úaignigid

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v g (úaignech) makes desolate or lonely: do leirg ... ngil | con-gháir t'ḟaighthe do uaignigh `the baying of hounds has made desolate,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 540.4 ( DDána p. 207 ).

úaignigud

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u m. (vn. of úaignigid) act of making desolate, devastating, deserting: nírbh annsa leo ar lár muighe | doimh ag deunamh treabhuire | 'ná bró seng sguaibleabhur sguir | dob fherr d'uaigniughadh fhásuigh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 170.120 . in uair do-chonnaic Láegh in magh dá uaigniugud, Comp.Con.C. 110.26 .

úa(i)gthe

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(later also with prothetic f.) io-iā (pp. of úaigid) joined (e.g. of planks), sewn, stitched, united: inar ... is é úagthe osslethar, LU 6387 . assana uaigti `stitched,' CCath. 5338 . do c[h]uiredar amach ... a laīdenga fuaighthi fīr-ghasta, ML² 652 . cubhachla clárfhuaighte `boarded apartments,' FM vi 2252.10 . atá do ghliocassa fuaithe red thrócaire, Cars- well 201 .

Cf. for múr Echach úaigthe clach | fiche forud ríg Temrach `compact of stones,' Met. Dinds. iv 154.105 (v.l. snaigthi, snaithi, naighti).

uail

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x see bail.

úailbe

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Forms: úalib

n , f. (cf. úalib, Ériu iii 85 § 155 ) fickleness, restlessness: uáilbe et utmaille (gl. iuvenilia desideria), Wb. 30b21 . ar is bés uáilbe is sain aní asberar indi et dogníther (gl. numquid levitate usus sum?), 14c21 . in [= a n-] doc[h]osci fadesin ┐ a n-olc ┐ a n-vallbe (v.l. uaillbae), ZCP iii 452.1 .

Cf. fúailfed.

úailbech

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adj o-ā (cf. úailbe) restless: bad ḟossud, ná bad úailbech (v.l. fualbech, foailbech, fuaillbheach) `let him be steady, let him not be restless,' Ériu iii 96 § 7 .

Cf. fúailfed.

úailbetu

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n m. (úailbe) fickleness, restlessness: d s. con huail- betaid ┐ discirri (gl. tumultuarie), Ml. 63b8 .

1 úaill

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x see súaill.

2, 3 úaill

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x see úall.

úa(i)lle

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n , f. pride, splendour: tria úalle a n-glond, LU 8428 ( FB 29 ). a mhaiten bhán co nuaille (: gluaire), SG 56.28 . rád cin uaille (cheville), Fél. 88.2 .

Cf. Maol finnia fer cen hualla `haughtiness' FM i 558.3 (but AU 902 has cen hulla and a short vowel is required for consonance; leg. cen ḟulla?).

1 úaim

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x see fúaimm.