úam(m)ach

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adj o-ā harmonious, `joined together,' rhythmic (?): iongantach uamach uaigneach aigeantach í, | fa siocair chum suain damh suathadh seanma an laoigh, Hackett xlix 7 . Cf.: aingir aoibhinn uamach, Poets and Poetry of Munster 252 = Pádraig Phiarais Cúndún (1932), p. 16 .

úam(m)aigid

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v g joins, unites: imperf. pass. giodh go n-uamuighthe go sbioradalta na hEabhraidhe don iodhbairt do níthidhe ar a son, Luc. Fid. 246.8 .

1 úamain

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n f. an oven: bacús, uamhain, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 108 ). cuirter a n-uamhain ar techt aráin aiste, ┐ loiscter ann `,' O'Gr. Cat. 209 ad calc. na curtur a nuamuin te e, Ros. Angl. 294.5 . curtur a nuamuin ar mbuain a harain aisti, 296.20 . dentur tene ... do connuim a tesa san uamuin, ib. 22 .

2 úamain

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x see úamann.

3 úamain

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x see omun.

úamairecht

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x see umairecht.

úaman

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x see omun.

úamann

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n ā,f., IGT, Decl. § 12 . Here perhaps (in descr. of Hector:) huamond álaind etrocht glan leis ` skin ', TTr. 1529 ( LL 237b13 ; may be borrowed from Lat.omentum, Stokes, Vocab.). lōech ... āillde do dainib a delb itir folt ┐ rosc ┐ hūamain, TBC² 3223 .

Cf. fúaman.

úam(m)annach

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adj o-ā: cuarscíath ... uammannach (uaman- nach v.l.), ` sewn ,' CCath. 5312 (the reference is prob. to the skins with which shields were covered; cf. tathait a croicni im na sciathaib, Laws v 106.12 Comm. ). Connected by Stokes with úaimm, but cf. úamann.

uamas

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n masa i n-uamas an catha Troianna rohairged in fi[d]ceall ` epoch (?),' RC xii 78 § 69 .

úamnach, úaimnech

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adj o-ā (úamun)

I Terrible, causing fear: tarrach .i. uamnach, quia fit tor .i. ecla, Corm. Y 1257 . cathir ... aigthech, uamnach, SR 875 . is aigthech úamnach [in carcar sin], LU 2446 . macc Echach uamnach `terrific son of E.', Arch. Hib. ii 61 § 44 ( LL 183a31 ). calbha uaim- niucha `grim mountain bald-heads,' O'Gr. Cat. 459.4 . bí tormán úamhnach iona chlúasuibh, Job xv 21 . Here perhaps: ecal cech uamnach (v.l. n-uaimnech), Tec. Cor. § 13.20 .

II Terrified, afraid: ba huamnach Forainn Pharao was afraid , SR 3869 . tinólsatar ... slóig ... macc nIsrahél | ba huamnaig ..., 5619 . na bid uamnaig, imeclaig, 4830 . drem uaimnech imeclach, LB 152a35 . narbat uamnach, a rig, MR 32.19 . nogabtis glés do chloidmib ... doib ... comba oengleo écnech ecaintech uaimnech ... in cathir uli, LB 155a17 . Cf. ata ben os tir bo slan siruaimnech ... .i. bo slan suthain tsomaineach, O'C. 2135 (< H 4.22, 88 ).

See omnach.