2 úaisle

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n (transferred use of 1 úaisle) a bounty : ag so mar ḟostus O Neill buannadha, ar tuss don chedsaigdiuir .c. pont ... sa raithe & fiche ponta d'uaisle leithbliadhna acht in uaisle d'fagail sa chedraithe et da mbrisedh in buanna ar in tigerna fa gan anmhain aige in athraithe aisseg ar in uaisle chom in tigerna & madh e in tigerna dhiultus don buanna fa gan a ḟostadh in athraithe in uaisle ag an buanna Facs. Nat. MSS of Irel. IV i pl. xxx (`a rewarde tearmed in Irish wasly,' Contemp. transl., Ulster Journ. of Arch. 1858, p. 62 ).

úaislecht

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n f. (úaisle) nobility, honour, greatness : airmidiugad .i. uaisleacht, O'C. 970 ( H 3.18 p. 416 ). ro fiadaiged ar grádaib ... ┐ uaslecht ┐ cáinbesaib, TBC 998 ( LL 63b19 ). ara n-uaislecht, ara mordhacht, IT iii 352.3 . da ḟoirlethne da ffuigfidis ar uaisleacht ┐ ar ardnos chaigh, MS. Mat. 576.34 . fuaratar d'uaslecht o Dia | conid leo tuaiscert nAssia as an honour , Rawl. 76b18 = LL 142a42 .

úaislegad

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x see úaisliugud.

úaisletu

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Forms: huaisletu, huasletu, uaisletaid, huaisletaid, huaisletu, huaisletu

n d, m. (úaisle, see Ped. ii 41 ). Glosses altitudo, apex, summum : huaisletu (gl. altitudinem), Ml 32a9 . apex, the highest point, climax : huasletu (gl. apex), Sg. 16a11 . .i. ni digned Duid in n-uaisletaid inna findbuide adfiadar isint salmso do thaisilbiud dond fiur adrodar [leg. `adradar' (Ascoli) ; or `adrorad' (Strachan)] idlu (gl. beatitudinis apicem) the height of bliss, Ml. 14b4 . in n-uaisletaid (gl. regiam apicem ), 109b6 . con rancatar huaisletaid cloine `the height of iniquity.' (gl. summum impietatis), Ml. 90d20 . ind (sic leg. int) huaisletu (gl. summa promissi), 109b3 . int huaisletu (gl. summa imperii), 137c9 . nobility, dignity, elevation, exaltation : tuc Duaid fersu hi tadbadar inducbál Dé ┐ a huaisletu, Ml. 40c17 . duadbadar huaisletu Dé trí huaisletu ind uisci fuasnaidi fil isind aier, 40d3 . duadbadar huaisletu ind choimded tri huaisletu in gnima sin, 42c17 . cachla fers and di adhuath ┐ gráin, in fers aile dí huaisletu `of elevation,' 40c16 .

Forms with ia in the second syllable in the following exx. from Laws Comm. may represent úaislidetu, q.v. : .i. amail bes airmitiu no uaisliatu fir na mna, Laws ii 386.11 . fo uaisliatuigh fir in foesmu `according to the nobleness of the protector,' ib. 20.16 (misprinted fon aisliataig, 234.12 ).

úaislide

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Forms: úaislighe

n (úaisle) nobility : ní ḟuil acht cré ... | 'san déagh- mhatal ..., da uaislidhe id dhóigh, Keat. Poems 302 . Prob- ably for úaislighe.

úaislidetu

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Forms: uaisliatu

n d,m. nobility, dignity : amail bis uaislidetu na hecailsi oga mbid, Laws v 54.6 Comm. eneclann do cach fo uaislidetaid .i. fo airilledh ..., i 42.14 Comm. dīre .i. dī-errethe do nimt[h]ib ar a n-uaisligit(a)id, Corm. Y 417 =uaisligetaid, Thr. Ir. Gl. 15 . uaisliatu, Laws ii 386.11 Comm. etc., may be a late spelling of this word. See úaisletu.

úaisligecht

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n nobility, preeminence : ard-uaislighecht tre adhluicedh na ríogh inte ┐ na naoimh, Triads gl. 2 .

úaisligid

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v g

(a) exalts, ennobles : apair fris, nī hūasligethar nach mbrethemuin, mani fassach fīrinne fiastar (v.l. ni huaislig(h)ther), ZCP xi 93 § 23 . a n-onoruighther nó uaislighther (gl. neimthigedar), Triads gl. 116 . acht ni uaislether nemedh .i. fer in tsétu, O'D 657 (< H 3.17 c. 488a ). cinmotha nua neime [leg. neimed (?), Plummer] ro nuais- ligthur Feine `ennobled by the F.' (`whom the F. ennoble' Plummer), Laws ii 12.25 . cip e no-s-inislig i-ḟus ..., uais- ligfider thall whoever humbles himself ... shall be exalted ..., PH 5607 . céim le n-uaislighthir m'onóir, TD 28.19 . cuire seang do uaisligh ionn, Studies 1928, 675.13 . ainm do uaisligh a hathair, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 171.148 . clú fir uais- ligheas a ḟuil, Ir. Monthly 1919 , 398.5. ar nduana, dha dhearbhadh sin, | uaislighes aicme Gaoidhil, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 227.22 . mairg uaisligheas an éigse `woe to him who praises poets,' Content. xxx 1 . sgeoil a hágha uais- lighidh `she glorifies her venture' Ir. Monthly 1929, 42.11 .

(b) overpowers (see PH Gl. ) : ro-uaislig in n-í diabul, ┐ ruc buaid ┐ coscar de that he overpowered , PH 4908 .

(c) elevates, erects (a building) : isse a chorp cedchorp do hadhluiced innte ar tus riamh ┐ is timchell an chuirp sin as mo ro huasligedh ┐ ro cumhdaighedh an mainistir sin `it was mainly on account of it that the monastery was erected and completed,' L. Chl. Suibhne § 52 .

(d) úaisligid ar (for)= disdains : gé tharla a díol uirre d'uaislibh | uille an ríogh níor uaisligh orm `the king's elbow never disdained me,' TD 11.26 .

úaisliugud

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u,m. (vn. of úaisligid) act of exalting, ennobling ; exaltation : atconnarc-su fen ... ina rigu eccraibdechu ... do uaisligud amal cedir slébi L., PH 4270 . g s. Aoine Chásg ria do righeadh | corp Críosd ... | croch ghuais- bheirthe chabhra cáigh | damhna a huaislighthe d'ḟagháil, Ir. Monthly 1922, 250 . glún uaislighthe an fhine ó bhfuil `the generation that ennobled his race,' Studies 1918, 281.9 . fear uaislighthe a n-annálaidh, TD 26.26 . lucht u.¤ th'ait- reibhe ; fiallach u.¤ th'árais `who win glory ; glorify' Ir. Monthly 1921, 376, § 35 , § 36 . d'uaisliuccadh a cceall to exalt , BNnÉ 250 § 205 . sibh, a rí, uirre dh'ionadh | do-ní an uille dh' uaislioghadh, TD 27.20 . ag teacht orm dá uaisleaghadh `telling how I celebrate him,' Studies 1926 , 237.2 . uaislioghadh éigne Tuama | madh áil d'fhuighlibh fionnfhuara, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 229.81 . ní beag linn a fhad atámaoid gan ar bhfuil d'uaisliughadh, PCT 141 = E. O'Rahilly 270 .

úaistreóir

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Forms: aistreóir

n m. in etym. gl. on aistreóir (cf. aistire) a janitor : uaistreoir .i. uasa bis a treoir in tan is clog cloigtige, Laws v 22.7 Comm. Plummer thinks it is prob. intended as a compd. uais-treoir noble strength , or guidance .

úait ?

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ind féis in uait nithlaind, O'D. 1671 ( H 5.15, 25b ). O'D. 907 ( H 3.17, c. 648 ). O'C. 1022 ( H 3.18, p. 431b ) (anuait). Plummer, Ériu ix 29 , took inuait to be subj. of inotgim, but the following n- is difficult to explain in that case.