2 úalann

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n is fraoch for hualann limm Luigne (hualaind linim luigi, Bodl.), Corm. Y 1018 (orc tréith). is fraech for ualaind Luigne, Ériu xi 50 , where u.¤ is expld. as a place- name. See úala.

úalfartach

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n ā,f. roaring, yelling ; wailing : budh iomdha ann fós ... onchú ag ualfartaigh, TSh. 4069 . ualfairt ualfartach P. O'C. ag ualfartaigh ┐ ag caói sa ghlend so na ndér Celtica i 174.392 . lé huaillfeartoigh Desid. 2715 .

úalib

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(see Ériu iii 85 § 155 ). restless : Adv. : ind ualib (gl. inquiete), Wb. 26b22 . See úailbe.

1 úall, úaill

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Forms: úaill, úall, huall, huall, uall, huaille, huail

n ā,f. (later also o, m., see IGT, Decl. § 96 ) pride, arrogance, vainglory : uaill .i. diomas no mead mean- man `pride, pomp, parade, vainglory' P. O'C. : ūall .i. ō āille asberar, Corm. Y 1280 . úaill .i. diomas, O'Cl. úaill f., IGT., Decl. § 14 . úall m. (ón úall innud ...) § 96 .

In Glosses renders elatio, arrogantia : n s. ind huall , Ml. 28a1 , 51a11 . ind huile huall , 43c17 . cech uall , 57a11 . ba maith són act ní bed uall and, Wb 10b27 . nachinrogba úall, 15d40 . oidrogbad huall ... tria molad doibsom, Ml. 39d22 . onachgabad huall de, 69a17 . rosgab hual dí imbiud a soinmiche, 57c13 . tan it sáithech notgeib úall [sic leg.] ZCP vii 268 § 5 . cid as dech do laec ? ... gnim ard ┐ uaill isil ol in ingen, ZCP xiii 272 § 20 . is col i ndálaib in domain úall cen trebad `pride without husbandry,' Tec. Corm. § 11 . an uall dom char san chéimse | truagh ┐ nar an mh'uaillse (: uaisle), P.Bocht 12 § 16 . bá marb Rúad ... | huall betha badb cach catha, LL 21a32 . ferg, ┐ brón, ┐ uaill, PH 8388 . an uaill aigeanta do fhás roimhe sin ann, TSh. 686 . uáill na ndaoine, Isa. ii 11 . na bí [bíodh 1681] úaill ort ... ma bhiónn uáill ort, Rom. xi 18 . ná déantar leat éagnach ná uaill níos mó, Keat. Poems 299 . a s. ni tabir uáil ... fornn, Wb. 16a1 . in tan dorolaig Dia do in n-uaill dorigni, Ml. 50d15 . frisinnuall (leg. -uaill ?) (gl. adversum inflationem mentis), 68c1 . With do-gní : maircc doní uaill as óige, Ériu viii 90. 228 . a ghille, | do-ní uaill as do ghile, Dánta Gr.² 106.6 . mana derna eisde úaill | ga meisde búaidh ndealbha ar dhúil, IGT, Decl. ex. 1029 . na ndenad (i.e. the king) uaill na diumus, PH 4255 . nách diongnadh ... uáill [aisde féin] ina ḟiádhnaise, 1 Cor. i 29 . do-gní ú.¤ for acts proudly towards : na dernat uaill na uabur fors-na bochtaib, PH 7877 . téit i n-ú.¤ for: gibé do rachadh i n-uaill ar na sagartaibh, ┐ ná tiubhradh ómós doibh, Eoch- airsg. 75.19 . ag dul i n-úaill becoming proud : atáid cúain an chon otraigh | ag dol a n-úaill (v.l. nuall) n-imarcaidh, IGT, Decl. ex. 1724 . g s. inna huaille (gl. iactantiae), Ml. 33b17 . trūail .i. dīr ūailli í, Corm. Y 1240 . notal .i. not ūaille .i. comartha ūaille hé, 979 . co n-appad éc n-ualle fort, LU 4156 (= Met. Dinds. ii 12.40 ). mór in gním n-úalle do rind, 4151 (`the proud feat of the spear,' Met. Dinds. ii 12 ). Mátchím curaid Cualṅge | co n-adabraib ualle, TBC 3358 . cend side gascidh ┐ úaille ┐ díumais ... in betha, TTr.² 96 . áine uaille, ar chuncid molta o dóinib, amal dogniat na brecaire (in a list of fasts which deserve no reward), PH 8368 . ní hadhbhar uaille dhamh-sa, A. Ó Dálaigh xxviii 7 . Cf. a h-ádhbharaibh uaille `from motives of ambition,' ML 118.3 . sgath m'uaille níor fhulair dhamh | do leigean síos ré séanadh, Dán Dé xxii 6 ( YBL 401a ). fíon nach eochair uaille aniugh `source of elation,' Gleanings² 30 § 7 . d s. huand uaill rodgab són (gl. ab exalta- tione), Ml. 49a3 . ho huail (gl. gloria), 43a13 . d'uaill a healadhain `from pride of learning,' Content. ix 24 . a bhfuil d'uaill sa[n] ḟiuchadh, viii 8 . B. mac P. doluid co fuaill (ar uaill v.l.) ┐ imtholtain o [a] athair a hErind, Dinds. 145 .

Fig. in the sense of the best, the flower, the pride : do- chúadar re cois an íarla | a híath Ereann ... | úall is engnam gasradh nGrég, IGT, Decl. ex. 1075 . ná tréig orra úall do sgor | léig do longa a cúan chluthar, ex. 1740 .

Compds. : ¤briathar a haughty word : uaill-briathra Ulad d'ísliugad, MR 144.12 . ¤chath a proud host : do badh díol teineadh don uall-chath Eamhna-sain, Ir. Monthly 1920, 651 § 16 . ¤menmnach proud-minded : gur bho hiomárd uaibhreach, ¤mheanmnach, freagartha ... na dtonn, ML 44 y . ¤mer proud and lively : ag seasamh go huaillmhear, Keat. Poems 1451 . uaillmian, highminded- ness, ambition : an díomsach, 'na mbí uaillmhian ré for- lamhas flaithis ... d'fhagháil, TSh. 7518 . ar bhfiabhrais-ne an uaill-mhian febris nostra ambitio est 7887 . ¤mianach ambitious : an tan chuireas roimhe go huaillmhianach céim do rochtain, Keat. ii 3168 .

? 2 úall

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adj proud : ceim fectna findgnath uall (gl. uallach) | gatais mac Enda ..., LL 393a46 . do ibis neim n-uall n-amnais, SG 91.15 .

3 úall

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Forms: núall, úall

n ā,f. lamenting, wailing, lamentation (cf. núall `a shout, a cry' wh. Stokes thinks is the same word, CCath. Gl. ) : úall, IGT, Decl. § 39 (úall ... do .b. ón ghuth § 96 . n s. do balb Muma tuaid is tes, | luga a huail ná a háibnes `her wail is less than her felicity' (i.e. she is voiceless), Caithr. Thoirdh. 48.22 . ar n-orgháin is ar n-uaill líag `echoing sounds,' Rel. Celt. ii 240.14 (of 4 dead chiefs). úaill na ndamh san mhí Mhárta | is hí do bhladh na Brédcha, lowing , IGT, Decl. ex. 959 . a s. ciaptar ceolaig cantais uail .i. iar ceolaib uird ┐ offrind cantais úala di gul ┐ déraib, LL 364 (marg. sup.). foceird úail, Met. Dinds. iv 64.91 ( LL 152b48 ). dá gcluindis ... | an uall-so doghniad na sluaigh (uaillse v.l.) Ériu i 103.4 . a chliar Éireann ... | freagraidh so tógbhaidh bhar n-uaill, Content. xvi 72 . ná deárnaid uaill magcuaird is geoin ghuil, D. MacCárrthaigh 22.221 . an t-uisge tana as mhó fuaim | samhail sin re huaill do ghlóir, Content. xxvii 5 . d s. (as quasi vn.) : ag uail ┐ ag caoin, CF 446 (Eg.). pl. guil ┐ úalla arda | dhá (gá v.l.) bfuil úadha ar indarba, IGT, Decl. ex. 1074 (= DDána 37.33 ). níor dhíomhaoin ualla im dhíoth nDé | síoth é mar do chuala a chaoi, Dán Dé xxvi 40 . focerdait hūalla (of wolves), Corm. Y 696 . co cuala ualla troma oc cáined araile mogad, RC ii 392 § 20 . no feartais coin ┐ cuanarta ┐ meic tire na hEtaili ualla mora sechnon na cathrach gach n-oidhchi `howls,' CCath. 885 .

Compd. : uall-gáir : do thógadar ingina ríg ┐ taísech uili ann sin a n-uallgártha ... ina diaidh, Comp. Con C. 95 .

1 úallach

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Forms: huallach, huallach, huallaig, huallach, huallaig, huallig, huallchaib, hualchu, huallach, hualcha, huallach

adj o-ā (1 úall) proud, arrogant : huallach (gl. arrogans), Ml. 136c5 . huallach (MS huallac) (gl. arro- gantem), 94c1 . ind huallaig (gl. arrogantes), 77a3 . ropsa huallach sa (gl. elatus sum), 49b12 . huallaig (gl. elati), 34c2 . huallig (gl. elati), 27c8 . huallchaib (gl. elatis), 69a24 . inna hualchu (gl. elatos), 116a12 . labrad huallach ... dib fadesin (gl. ut de se magna loquantur), 31b10 . in toimtiu huallach, 61d2 . cid na hualcha (gl. superba [loquentes]), 31c22 . Adv. : ind huallach (gl. arroganter), 69a14 . (gl. iactanter), 72b29 . huallach .i. bocasach no bocfasach, ut est epscop uallach eccraibthech, O'Dav. 1067 . uallach .i. eolach `learned' as é rob uallcha .i. dob eolcha, O'Cl. nírba úallach minba trebthach, Tec. Corm. § 11 . ba úallach frí úaill ar ná tucca nech crith fort `be proud with the proud' (lit. with pride ), § 30 . iss éseom ropo uallach, LU 5697 . fo mám Etarcomol úallaig, 5688 . uallach cach ainecnaid, Arch. iii 229.122 . bidat úallach, ZCP vii 298.17 . Achab úallach, SR 7094 . co tuc mnaí n-uallaig, ..., | di thuathaib na F., 5335 . cit úallaig ríg talman, Fél. Prol. 245 . óigḟir uallcha, TD 16.22 . leinb uallcha `headstrong,' 41.10 . lé hógaibh uallacha éigcríona, TSh. 522 . do chionn go bhfuilid ingheana Sion úallach, Isa. iii 16 . úallcha tochmairc (v.l. fri tochmarc, fri a ttoch- marc) `haughty when wooed or proud of being wooed ' (sc. women), Tec. Corm. § 16.33 . aigeanta uallcha `haughty minds,' ML 134.22 . rob e in radh uallach, Ériu iv 178 § 32 . borg Aillinne úallach, Fél. Prol. 189 . ar an laoidh n- uallaigh `spirited,' Ir. Monthly 1919, 680 § 14 . Compar. : fiallach bátár úallchu, BDD 42 . Superl. : in gein ba huallchu fo nim, Met. Dinds. ii 36.12 .

Adv. : ro fuagrad urlumugud na bainsi co huallach, BB 489a29 = splendidly, magnificently .

n As subst. a proud person : trí thúarascbait cach n-úallach : mórthu, maisse, máine, Triads 190 . mór mban dagena uch ach | i ndegaid na ro-uallach, LL 257b28 .

2 úallach

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adj o-ā (3 úall) loud-voiced, howling : in ban-drai ro chuired na daine rightis cúici i n-aes uallach ┐ ina conaib allta `howling folk,' Aen. 1460 ( BB 465a26 ). Here perh. belong : ōglāch ... ┐ sadh b[h]reac bhuidhi uallach ina láimh, Feis Tighe Chonáin 85 . mac Lughaidh Luaighne b'uallach glórach, E. O'Rahilly xv 210 .

As npr. m. : Uallach name of a musician , Duan. F. i 39.20 .

Superl. le saoghal na gcéad-chleas is uaillighe glóir, Keat. Poems 375 .

úallachas

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x see úallchas.

úallaid

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v ā (3 úall) howls, laments : do uail a bhfoghar-ghuth ghráineamhail `he cried with a loud-sounding voice of horror,' Oss. iii 288.23 . uallfaid fidbadaig uas bar sílechaib, Alex. 224 ( LB 206b52 ) = uallfait fail ┐ fiadbaidi BB 490az .