3 úaithne

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n a suture : adharca do cur ar ua[i]thnedhaib iarthuracha in chinn `cupping should be used over the pos- terior sutures of the head,' O'Gr. Cat. 180.36 . Cf. next.

4 úaithne

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n junction, union , Laws Gl. ; concordant, O'Don. Suppl. : co herinur aon fear gadus di each dec, dia mut ili sealbu, bet uaithni comardu, Laws v 242.10 (`let there be a balancing of accounts,' Pl. MS Notes) = beit uaithne comarda, O'C. 36 ( H 3. 18, 14b ). gell is uaithne sund `a concordant pledge' Laws v 244.25 .

5 úaithne

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n m. union : in Irish prosody, correspondence between words of which the vowels agree in quantity only, the consonants in class, and the final consonants also in quality. O'Molloy c. xvii renders the word `unio.' Thur- neysen applied the term consonance to this correspondence, RC xiii 267 . See also his Zu. Ir. Hs. u. Lit. i 89 - 90 . dlighidh aithne reanna ┐ ú.¤ ┐ úama ┐ chomhardaidh, IGT, Introd. § 2 . raon uaithne (a metrical fault) ib. see also IT iii 135 .

Cf. uaithne (gl. ffodium, emended by Stokes to dipodium), Ir. Gl. 768 .

6 úaithne

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n concord in music : uaithne iuil ḟrithir gach fuinn (of a harper), Keat. Poems 267 , tr. `the intelligent concordance of all difficult tunes,' Mann. and Cust. iii 215 . Cf. 1 úaithne (b).

7 úaithne

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Forms: Uaithne, Úaitni, Úathni, Uaithne, Uaithne, Uaithne, nUaithne

as npr.

(a) m. : Uaithne (gl. Orpheus), Ir. Gl. 547 . The name of the Dagda's harp : din cheol sephainn Úaithne cruitt in Dagdai, TBFr. § 10 . g s. caíni Úaitni (i.e. the three modes, Goltraiges, Gentraiges and Suantraiges) ib. ( LL 249a27 ). v s. a Úathni , ib. See further Mann. and Cust. iii 220 seq. Uaithne mac Conaill Chearnaigh, Danta Gr.² p. 9 . Uaithne Ó Cobhthaigh, RIA MS. Cat. p. 4 .

(b) f. Eile ┐ Uaithne di ingin Echach m. Luchta, Rawl. 155b45 ; hence Tir nUaithne ib. 46 (= LL 190b31 ; 34 ).

8 úaithne

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x see úaine.

úaithnech

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adj o-ā (úaithne) having pillars (?) : an brugh uaith- neach uasal aorach, 23 G 24 p. 400 (c. 1720).

úaitigid

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v g makes single, makes rare : formolad, diabul, cen on, | telgudh noe, ocus lugugud | uaitighit cach rogair rib | lorga dialta, deichnid, Auraic. 2153 . vn. úatigud ; co rothroiscset ... im húatigud na ndoine `for the thinning of the people,' Thes. ii 298.16 (Colman's Hymn).

úaitiugud

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n u, m. act of making few, lessening : ag uaitiugad aicmedh ┐ ag dīthugad deigcenēl, ML² 1814 .

úala

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Forms: Ualann, Úalann, olann, Ualann, Ualann, hUaland, Olaind, holaind

n f. a shoulder : gúala úala [ó éinchéill], IGT, Decl. § 131 . ní beanfa ar (v.l. ag) snámh a chráobh Chúalann | do lámh re táobh úalann t'eich, ex. 1912 . sreabh re húalainn (v.l. uainn) eich Maghnais, ex. 1914 . In place-names : Túaim da Ualann , gen. Túama da Úalann , Gorm. June 10 n. Tommae da olann AU 780 = FM 776 (var. of T. da gualann, according to the editors). Telach Ualann : dat. ó Tholaigh Ualann , Gorm. Mart. Don. Jan. 23 . gen. Telcha hUaland AU 730 (cf. Telcae Olaind 710 . o Thulaigh holaind , Mart. Don. Aug. 7 ).

ualabard

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n ualuard walwort : ualabard (gl. cameactis ebulus), Arch. i 332.50 . in ualabort `walwort,' RC ix 228.8 . in uolubhart , H 3.15 p. 36b . gab sugh in ualabaird, Irish Texts v 8.15 . ebulus cameactis adhon da ainm in ualuaird, RC ix 231.6 . Cf. ualuárd, balbhárd, malbhárd, P. O'C. cameactus ebulus .i. an ualuard, 23 K 42, 381.10 . gabh fremh ruisc ualuaird ┐ a urdail do frem ruisc truim, 334.15 .

See uolubard.