úathmar

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Forms: huathmar

adj o-ā (úath) dreadful; terrifying; `terrible, horrible, awful, direful,' P. O'C. : huathmar (gl. terribile), Ml. 45a6 . laech ... is e cicharda uathmar, TBC 5258 . úathmar cech ecal (v.l. eaglach), Tec. Corm. § 15.13 . fear ainmín húath- mar, BDD 44 . triar úathmar, 93 . dublind úathmar, 128 . fri sluag n-uathmar nAmaliach, SR 4078 . cona fein húath- mair, 6283 . go bhfoirinn ḟiallaigh uathmhair (of inhabi- tants of hell), DDána 35.1 . cethrar eclonnach úathmar, Met. Dinds. iii 446.78 . Medb uathmar, oirderc, MR 212.12 . i n-Iffurn huathmar imgann, SR 934 . i gcathraigh uath- mhair Ifeirn, DDána 29.30 . goibhéal uathmhar il-phiastach (i.e. hell), TSh. 6183 . is iomdha gleann ... ┐ beann ḟoir- bhthe uathmhar, DDána 20.5 . atchiat anmanna mór núathmar bíastaide hi crund, LU 1890 . peist uiscide uathmar, Laws i 72.16 . do chuireadar amach a bpiasda uathmhara (fig. of ships), ML 44.23 . in leó uathmar andsa, Ingcél Cáech, BDD 58(U). mon ndraig n-uathmhair (fig. of Hercules), TD 13.32 . budh é an treas uathmhar ath- gharbh, DDána 29.23 . ro lebling ... léim n-úathmar, LU 8933 ( FB 70 ). din sceól úathmar, LL 238a41 ( TTr. 1589 ). uathmar ail (chev.) SR 4773 . With copula : intaislinge lúagmar, ..., | ba huathmar la sluagh nEgept, SR 3374 . ba úathmar laiss in scáith, LU 9060 ( FB 81 ). Adv. : oen- charptech sund, for L., ┐ is uathmar thic, TBC 1349 .

Cf. fúathmar.

úathmélta

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x see úaithbélta.

úathróc

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x see fúathróc.

úathugud

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n u,m. (vn. of úathaigid) act of making few, reducing in number, diminishing ; diminution, decrease : ni taínic dithugud daine no uathugudh aicme mar sin a nEirinn riamh `diminution,' CF 703 . dóigh as sgur ratha d'airdrig a uathúghadh `it is a forfeiture of his attributes for a [high]-king to be left alone,' ML 104.2 . ag uathadhadh gacha h-aicmeadh, ┐ ag diothughadh gacha deigh-cheineoil `thinning every sept,' MR 286.27 . ód chonnairc E. ... a óig agá n-uathughadh `his men diminished,' ML 134.10 . ba holc lais clann Eogain d'oirleach ┐ d'uathugad `to be reduced in numbers' Caithr. CC 14.18 .

úatigidir

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Forms: huatigitir

v g becomes few ; huatigitir (gl. rarescunt tenebrae), Ml. 33a15 .

úatigud

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n u,m. (vn. of úatigidir) : act of making few : ar huatigud sillab for dropping syllables , Sg. 38b1 . im húatigud na ndoine, Thes. ii 298a16 ( Hy. i Pref. ).

úatúasailcthae

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adj io-iā absolved (artificial rendering of Lat. absolutus, from 4 úad- (q.v.) and pp. of do-fúasailci) : húat- uasailcthae hua anmmaim ailiu ... do aestóasc a cheille (gl. absolutum est, quod per se intellegitur) Sg. 30b4 .

úatúasailcthech

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Forms: huat- uasailcthecha

adj o-ā absolved (cf. prec.) : neut. pl. huat- uasailcthecha (gl. absoluta) Sg. 208b5 .

Cf. next.

úatúaslaictech

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` analytic, explanatory, demonstrative' Auraic. Gl. A coined word (4 úad+adj. formation fr. do- fúasailci) : uindsie cetomus : sloindedh persainde sain- dredaige indsin .i. uatuaslaictech, ut dixit: dicitur uindse uait in fer saindredach cona anmaim ..., Auraic. 3460 - 1 .

Cf. prec.

? úatúaslaicthe

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` released, recovered' Laws Gl. Coined word (4 úad+pp. of do-fúasailci) : fuaslaice .i. is fo, is maith, is uatuaslaicthi in ni bis re nech amuich re comat rudartha, Laws v 496.5 Comm. is huatuaslaicthi flaith nime re cach nduine ... ` accessible ' (gl. ursloice=airsloicthe) Laws iii 30.11 Comm. is uatuaslaicti hi (i.e. the Church) ar cind cach duine ... `open' 14 .

Cf. úatúasailcthae.

úatúaslucad

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n u,m. absolving; `act of loosing, opening ; setting aside (a contract)' Laws Gl. A coined word (4 úad+vn. of do-fúasailci) : fuaslucad cor mbel, .i. uatuaslucadh in neich risi tucadh trebuiri co coir o belaibh `going back of the thing,' Laws i 50.24 Comm. uatuaslucadh in toich ar tus, sequestration , Laws v 264.6 Comm.