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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Forms: Uallach

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 .

úallaige

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n , f. (1 úallach) pride, vainglory : mar so thug tú ad chuimhne úalluidhe h-óige `lewdness,' Ezek. xxiii 21 . Cf. úallchas.

úallaigecht

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Forms: pride, haughtiness

n f. pride, haughtiness : créad sin acht baosradh nó uallaigheacht spóirt, Keat. Poems 308 .

úall(a)igid

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Forms: ualligim

v g (1 úallach) is (becomes) arrogant, proud : oligim gl. adrogo ZCP xxi 281 . ualligim (gl. abrogo), Sg. 22b2 .

úallánach

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n o-ā wailing : Of the Craeb Ciúil (for descript. of which see Mann. and Cust. iii 313 ) : ná déin dearmod don chraoibh chiuil | deargchláruidh thirim thaighiuir | uallanach bhogghothach bhinn, | is suanán codalta dh'in- tinn, Studies 1923, 598 § 8 (`a moaner' O'Curry, Mann. and Cust. iii 318 ).

1 úallann

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Forms: ualland

adj noble (?) (cf. 1 úalann) : all togu fri orddain úallann `noble, dignity' [or is it n.l. here ? cf. 2 úalann] Thes. ii 295.10 . ualland .i. uasal `noble, worthy' P. O'C.

2 úallann

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Forms: ualland

n ualland ` tumult, uproar ' P. O'C.

See under núallán.

úallchacht

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n ā,f. (1 úallach) pride, vainglory : Cearnnach Sotal .i. ar a uallchai (uallchacht, Lec.) ... atberthí sotal fris, Cóir Anm. 130 .