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.

1 úa(i)te

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n , f. (úathad ; cf. úathatae) oneness ; a small number, fewness, a few : ar a n-uati ┐ a n-utmailli for their fewness , Ml. 123a2 , 5 . ūaite séire `rare meals' (as a cure for gluttony), Ériu vii 136.16 ( ZCP iii 25 ). a n-uaiti i n- aenaicmi (i.e. the ogham letters) their singleness in one group , Auraic. 963 . is dortad ratha do rīg ro-uaiti, ML² 1384 . munbhadh uaite a n-áesa airligh, FM vi 2130.24 . mór di fertaib ... doróne [Dia] tré Patraic inna gillacht ; acht aisnefimit uáiti do ilib díb `a few of many of them,' Trip. 10.9 = uati, Thr. Hom. 6.13 . innesat uaiti don bantrocht I shall recount a few of LL 136b21 ( RC xlvii 289 ). a n-ainm Dé laipeōram uaite do ilibh .i. begān do mōrān ar shupāilcip Loreta, Fl. Earls 110.13 . ro gonaitt uaite do dheiredh an tslóigh `a few of the rear,' FM iv 740.14 . ní fil ém diar n-úaiti `we are not so few indeed,' Ériu iv 142 § 19 . má beth tra do hūaite ind āessa gráid lasna tūatha if ... the ordained folk be so few , Ériu i 220 § 13 . ba heccail les a thothim fri Gallaib in uati sluaig ocus socraidi, Cog., 62.9 . o'tconnaic a n-uaite shluaig iat, Caithr. CC. 14.8 . o d'con- nairc Fergus Oilill ... a n-uaiti tren-fer, Celt. Rev. iv 16.21 . do brissed sīdha air dā mbeth a n-uaiti, ML² 1010 . nibu dirsan dait do úati ara cind or Lugaid (`it would not be sad for you alone before them' Faraday) LU 5532 (=uaiti TBC² 1049 ).

Contrasted with lín : cia pa lin, cia ba n-uaite whether many or few Laws v 400 z . itir a lín ocus a n-uaite `their full number and their smallest number' Laws iv 344.9 . in lin no inn uaite son n-oencongbalach `the whole or one of the ... sounds,' Auraic. 903 . caite tomus fri fid? ni ansa : co feisear a llín ┐ a n-uaite `their number and their single- ness,' 944 . a lin a coic aicmib ┐ a n-uaiti i n-aenaicmi 963 .

With ordinal (cf. úathad) : a dó sechtmogat ... ar mile bliadan o gein Crist co bliadain mbáin | sechtmaide uate enāir, Trip. 530 § 6 ( LL 130b33 ) i.e. the moon was in its seventh day on Jan. 1, 1072, Trip. 531 n.

2 úaite

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Ghost-word, forms here properly n p. or cpv. of 1 úathad, Ériu xxii 178 : ili ceanna, ūatte enech, ZCP viii 195 § 10 . cf. RC xxvi 36 § 175 . § 179 . cid am laech-sa, ... | att uaitte (it uaiti, v.l.) mo chomairle, TBC 1678 . ro gab maidm for Ultu ar abu ar bati (=batir) úati, LU 1510 . biat olca fir | biat uati rig .i. iar ṅdligud, LL 188az . robdar úaite a n-éolaig, ┐ robdar ile a n-anéolaich, Ériu iv 126.10 . bát úaiti meic aptha na cille so, BNnÉ 14 § 16 (v.l. budh tearc mic bháis). bidhat úaiti meic bet[h]adh as docum nimhe, 17 § 30 (v.l. budh beg do macaibh bethadh rachas). isat uati do populsa, LB 126b35 . as uaiththe na fir, ZCP xvi 333 . gémad uaiti, gemad lia, | in fer, gá mbí techta rig, `whether few or many be his hosts,' MR 40.14 . Cf. FDG 304 . cenmot[h]a dano drecta uaiti ocus sceolanna terca filet do lucht iarthair an domain i ffarradh C. annsud, CCath. 5507 . ger'uaiti (v.l. uathudh) aittrebaidi na cathrach sin, TTebe 1471 . Here perh. belongs : hi fuba do grega, .i. it uaite frit, Laws i 164.13 . Plummer (MS notes) translates : `the horses were alone as far as you were concerned, you had no one attending to them.'

Compar. : ba hūatiu hi feraib oldās A. `he had fewer men than A.', Fianaig. 36.9 . ni bes uaitiu .xx. fri crich a nechtair `he does not have less than twenty men going into a neighbouring territory' (sc. the ansruth), Mann. and Cust. iii 517.19 . batar uati lestair argait ann oldát lestair óir, Alex. 600 . ni r-bo uati oltas fiche mile, PH 2456 . níptar uati oltás ilmíle, 2523 .

As subst. : huaiti foirbthi dun popul=pauci perfecti, Ml. 90c12 (=huathad do aís foirbthiu 90c11 ). dorad bennachtain do D. ... ┐ dona húaitibh robattar immaille friu `to the few,' BNnÉ 41 § 83 .