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.

1 ub

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n egg : see 1 og.

2 ub

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Forms: ubh

n the point of a sword : ubh .i. días chloidhimh, O'Cl. Cf. 2 og.

? ub

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n the hull of a ship (?); ` prow' O'Grady, Phil. Soc. 1884, 639 : ni raibhi ... long gan labugud, na rugaire gan rang- briseadh na ub gan odugud na clar gan crithnugud, CF 47 . Marstrander, Bidrag 13 , compares O.N. húfr `hull of a ship.'

ubach

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n name of some kind of cattle disease : see 2 odbach.

ubachtar ?

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v an béal so ag friotal leat, | nár ubhachtar é re sagart ; | go m'fheárr liom brusgar tíghe Fhinn, | ná mo chuid do'n chomhroinn, Oss. iv 34.2 .

uball, ubull

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Forms: ubull, ubaill, ubull, ubull, ubull, ubull, ubuild, ubuill, ubla, ubla, ubaill, ubla, hubla, ubúll, ubull, ubald, ublaib, an t-ubhall, ubul(l)chless, uballcles, ubullchless

n o,n., later m. (n s. in t-ubull SR 1263 , but n p. ubaill is marked lochdach IGT, Decl. § 94 . ex. 1646 ). n s. ubull n-óir, TBFr. § 3 . u.¤ oir, LU 3673 ( SC 33 ), a s. ubull, LU 10019 . in n-ubull , SR 1326 . d s. ubull, LU 10021 . g s. ubuild, Mon. Tall. § 49 . ind ubuill , SR 1294 . n p. ubla, LU 7556 . IGT, Decl. ex. 528 (see above). With art. : na ubla , LU 1698 . a p. ubaill, PH 518 . ubla, IGT, Decl. ex. 309 . na hubla , LU 1692 . g p. ubúll, Ml. 100c21 . ubull, LU 1694 . ubald, Mon. Tall. § 49 . d p. ublaib, LU 1689 , 1696 .

I

(a) the fruit of the apple-tree, an apple : uball quasi aball ..., Corm. Y 1272 . LL 179b38 . o[c] comét ubúll (gl. in pomorum custodiam), Ml. 100c21 . gluasacht oen ubuild díob de lar ní fogni leusom `lifting a single apple from the ground,' Mon. Tall. § 49 . teclaim ubald dano dia domnaich ... ní fogni leusom `gathering of apples,' ib. cranda imda ... itē tortoirthech ; ubla mora orda foraib RC ix 472y . nolomraitis ... na hubla ┐ nos ithitís 474.9 ( LU 1685 ). mionn súl áille gach ubhaill, Ir. Monthly 1919, 226.20 . ubla ag fecadh na gcleth gcorr, IGT, Decl. ex. 528 . dob ubhla óir na hubhaill (uncountenanced form), ex. 1646 . tucsad ubla ... | croinn cumra na gcethramhnaibh, ex. 309 . ubhla bhruaigh Bhóroimhe, TD 17.36 . críoch Éile na n-abhall gcorcra | is ceart ubhla `whose fruit is good,' 34.35 . ro gab shíothal ubhall, Hy Fiachr. 202.17 . sugh ubhall, Rosa Angl. 312.8 .

u.¤ fiadhan a crab-apple : ba commor re huball fiadhan gach cloch dib (of hailstones), RC xviii 297 (Tig.). ithedh toirthi mar atait ubla goirti no fiadhan, Ir. Texts v 28.6 . Cf. míach fíadubull, LU 7177 . m. di fíadublaib, 6821 . crim, feam, fiadubull ` wild-apple ,' Laws v 474.1 . ubla grethi, Corm. Y 690 .

In similes and comparisons : a bharr mar ubhla ar n-abghughadh, DDána 114.17 . buidhe th'urla ioná an t-ubhall, Studies 1924, 572.19 .

(b) the fruit of other trees, viz. fig and palm trees, etc. : ... amhuil theilgeas an crann fíge a úbhla anabuidh, an tan bhogthar é ré gáoith thréin figs , Rev. vi 13 . uball gráinnech a pomegranate : ibedh fin ina mberbter uball grainech, Ir. Texts v 22.9 . croicinn ubaill grainnigh, 28.1 ubla grainighe ┐ na hubla re nabar sitonia, 34.22 . ubla grain- necha, Ériu x 146 § 3 . uball puinecda a pomegranate : co nublaibh puinecdaib with pomegranates (of the high priest's garments), BB 489b4 . uball palmi a date : tuc secht n-ubaill palmi ... dam, PH 518 .

(c) the fruit of the forbidden tree : acht co tora in t-ubull dam | rannfat etrom is Adam, SR 1263 . dofuc Eua in n-ubull n-úag | dond abaill, 1285 . ni manḟacamar th'uboll, 1346 . o shunn dua[i]d Eua ... | leth ind ubuill aurchotig, 1294 . an t-ubhall far fhás rinn-ne | lasair fheirge th'inntinne, DDána 5.23 . atbath in bith uile ar aen uball, Laws i 52.4 . gur trothluigheadh d'urchor d'ubhall í i bparrthas (sc. Adam's body) ; TSh. 2549 . Here perh. : ó áladhaib in ubaill IGT, Decl. ex. 325 .

(d) apple of discord, etc. (of classical mythology) : issé an t-ubhall ceasta é, O'Gr. Cat. p. 128 . u.¤ na scéimhe `the palm for beauty': ... ar son gur breathnuigheadh u.¤ na scéimhe léithe (sc. Venus), E. O'Cl. 2686 . Cf. in lubhgort co n-ubluibh oir fair, Stair Ercuil 248 (ITS xxxviii).

(e) Freq. as complimentary epithet ; also fig. and metaph. : a uball ōir ar n-abla-ni (of Christ), Arch. iii 235 § 28 . a ubhall óir (of Mary), PBocht 2.9 . ba hedh uball abhla óir, TFrag. 92.4 (of a chief). a ubhall abhla cumhra | as uaisle náid órubhla, DDána 67.41 . mogall géag nach cumhang gcabhra, | dá ubhall déag abhla óir (of the 12 Apostles), 34.7 . trí sgealláin ubhaill óirchnis `three pips of a gold-skinned apple' (of friends of the poet), Studies 1925, 253.10 . d'ḟeoigh an t-ubhall cumhra grádh- mhar (in elegy on a priest), E. O'Rahilly xxvii 5 . trí príomhubhall de chraoibh úir, ib. xii 26 . ubhall cumhra lúbach é sin, xiv 21 . Abhall oile ón ubhall Éabha | do orduigh Críosd, a chroch naomh ; | anmanna cáich uile th'ubhla, | a mhuine bhláith chumhra chaomh, DDána 2.10 . buime ar ríogh an chraobh chumhra ... ubhla grás uirre as iomdha (of Mary), Studies 1932, 243.6 .

(f) In proverbs and proverbial phrases : is uball a nairear fastad gin cundradh , proverbial for useless labour , RIA 23 Q 6 p. 6a ( O'C. 1613 ). is mé an abhall (leg. an t-ubhall) ó thoinn go toinn, 23 B 19, p. 42 . Cf. reac a ttrice mar tá mé | ón chomharsain go céile | mar ubhall ó thuinn go tuinn, | ag fulang luim is leattruim, Ir. Review 1913, 623 § 8 . ro iadsat lucht in tíre uimme, ┐ dorigned ubhall im rendaib de, ┐ ro marbad hé (a kenning for a corpse pierced by many spears), Acall. 2050 . co ndinganta guin galand ┐ uball im rennaib ┐ aighedha foghailti feolsgaeilti de, D iv 2, 45vb23 . gabais Eochaidh ē, ┐ beris leis ..., ┐ as ī comhairle do rōine guin ghalān ┐ uball imreandach [leg. -aib] do denamh de ina tigh fēin, ZCP xiv 266.13 .

(g) the apple of the eye : (fig.) do coimhéd sé é mar ubhall a shúl, Deut. xxxii 10 . coimhéd m'aitheanta, ┐ bí béo, ┐ mo dhligheadh mar ubhall do shúl, Prov. vii 2 .

(h) the apple of the throat, Adam's apple : ubhall (na brághat), IGT, Decl. § 11 . don uball bragat (gl. gurgulioni), Lor. Gild. 131 . an céduidhe go ling mbruinne, an tanaisde go hubhall mbraghad (of the passage of the voice), Ériu xiii 36.26 . dobeir indara láim dó fri ubull bragat in chon, LU 5013 . im ubull braghad in leoghain, Stair Ercuil 416 (ITS xxxviii). Ra ghabh a hubhall shlughatan `held her by the apple of the throat,' TFrag. 30.12 . rug M. dubhghreim ... ar ubhall brághad ar Sheaán, PCT 1644 . Seems to be regarded as the seat of wisdom, one of the 12 doors of the soul, Laws v 363 fn. d . Cf. in mōreōlus mōr for uball a brāgat ┐ for rind a tengad, Aisl. MC 125.4 .

II

(a) any globular object, a ball : asedh do gníodhsomh an tan do cluinedh ceol saoghalla idir, no cuiredh da ubhall ciara ... ina cluasaibh (of St. Brendan), Mart. Don. May 16 . Cf. Lism. L. Preface xiii . ┐ ubull dond ór gle | eter cech dá cluicíne, SR 4507 . secht mílchoin i slabradaib argait, ┐ ubull n-óir eter cech n-áe, TBFr. § 3 .

In similes : Ri ro chruthaig ... | hi cuairt na firmiminte, | domun ... | mar ubull febda fircruind, SR 36 . Cf. Laws i 26.24 . Cf. mar ubull i fabull, TBC 4386 .

(b) as an ornament to confine the hair (See Mann. and Cust. iii 189 seq. ) : mong buide fair, alli dath, | ubull oir oc á íadad, LU 2673 ( SC 33 ). da uball oir for degabal a moṅgi med ferdornn ceachtar n-ai, YBL 118a40 .

(c) musical balls : craebh airgid co tri hublaib oir fria ais. ba leor ... arpeatad ... eistecht risin ceol dognid in craebh, IT iii 193 § 25 = is amla do bhi an t-oclach ┐ craebh sidhamhail ana laim, co tri hublaibh dergoir fuirre ; ... ┐ an tan rocraitheadh hí ba binne anat ceoil an beatha úile a candais na hubla, Mann. and Cust. iii 317 n. ( Book of Fermoy 62ab ). Cf. Oss. iii 212 .

(d) jugglers' balls : noí n-ubla óir focheird cech ai díb i n-ardae, LU 7556 ( BDD 109 ). anais ... Cu Culaind ... oc airfitiud ban nUlad, .i. nói n-ubla clis ┐ nói cletíne clis ┐ nói scena clis, ┐ ní thairmescad nach ai alaile, LU 8565 ( FB 42 ). slan don ti eamnas na go clis i nnairdi, no na hubla clis i nnairdi, Laws iii 284.20 Comm. ro ir dom .x. n-ubla oir (.i. clis) ` feat-apples ,' Ériu ii 5.1 . imbeir cóic deich ubull óir, | ós clesit for a anoil, LU 3810 ( SC 37 ).

(e) a weapon of warfare, a missile, cannon-ball : dobér-sa mo láim fon deil cliss dó, .i. fon n-ubull n-athlegtha n- íarnaide,... ┐ béraid comthrom inn ubaill da inchind tria chuladaig, TBC 1265 . tarlaic na hocht n-ubla i n-airddi root n-urchair uad do Ch., 2129 . co tarla an t-ubhall luaidhi i fossadh a édain, CCath. 2178 . ceithre puill déag ina éadach d'áireamh | ó ubhlaibh luatha luaidhe ráinig, Hackett xl 148 . ubhall mar lingeas tré loch `as a bullet through a lake,' Arch. Hib. i 86 § xiii .

(f) the ball of a (ball-and-socket) joint (Anat.) : ubhall na leise the hip joint , O'Don. Suppl. s.v. leis. lingis amach ... co ndeachaid a uball as a les don lem sin, YBL 208a4 . ubhall a leisi do dhol as a ionad cavitate sua excidit coxa, 23 K 42, 102.20 .

(g) the pommel of a sword : a claidhimh ... gu n-ubhull ro mhaiseach don cloich re n-abar berillus (=pomo, Lat. text), ITS xix 84.25 (Roland's address to his sword).

(h) the knob at the butt-end of a spear(?): crimall .i. cro oir im a huboll no uboll oir im a cro, O'C. 894 ( H 3.18 p. 399 ).

(i) the boss of a shield : boim .i. sgiath, ut est boim bil co n-uball airgit .i. sgiath maith co nae bil fair do airget, O'Dav. 221 (see Ériu xiii 20.25 ).

Compds. (I and II) : uball-chles(s) the ball-feat : tri chless dognítís ind errid .i. cless cleténech ┐ ubullchless ┐ fáeborchless, LU 10140 . ubul(l)chless (LL), uballcles (St.), in t-ubullchless (LU), TBC 2096 . eter ... ubull-chles ┐ siabur-cles ..., LU 8442 ( FB 30 ). in corthi cloichisea ... ra gat a talmain ┐ dariṅgni ubull-chless án méor co a cheli de, MU 32 x , ( LL 266bz ). do gab a rothchles ... ┐ a uball- chles ... ┐ a ilchlesa uili, Comp. Con. C. 93.2 . ¤chairche `apple-strain' (i.e. `some kind of delicious music,' Stokes) : co mba binnither teta mendcrot binnḟoghroghudh na n-ubullcairc[h]i-sin (in description of a diadem), CCath. 4711 (cf. II (c) above). ¤chnapach having a round knob : tógbhus Cathal an tshúist ubhallchnapach os a chionn, PCT 559 . ¤mell (a) a globular mass, missile ; bullet, cannon- ball : dobert ubhall-mell luaidhi ina thabhull ┐ srethais uadh for T. é, CCath. 2177 . saighti foibrighthi ... ┐ liacca lamh ┐ uvillmill iarnaidhe, 5657 . comtuaircnech na liacc lamh ┐ na cloch nglaice, ... ┐ na n-uballmell iarnaidhe, 5860 . gabhait for diúbhraccadh a nubhaillmheall luaidhe [sic leg.] `leaden-bullets,' FM vi 1982.5 . Cf. 2130.5 ; Hugh Roe 64.21 . (b) other uses : of a helmet : ... co cethra uvull- mellaibh cruinni cruaidh-iarainn, CCath. 5268 . ubhall- mheall mor ... iarnaidhe, Ériu v 174.201 . ubhallmheall iarainn ar gach slabhradh dhíobh, ITS i 66.18 . Of the sun : atract fo deoidh in grian ina hubullmhioll cró, CCath. 4431 . Of a mountain : co raibhe in sliabh ina ubhall-mheall teindtidhe uile, BNnÉ 66 § 99 . ¤remar : do thóguibh Tomás an tshúist ubhall-ramhar chnapach ós a chionn, PCT 552 . ¤rosc a bulging eye (?), g s. as adj. : fer ... is é srónmar ómar ubullruisc, `,' TBC 5385 (ubhall- rosgach H, St.). dam ... co n-ubullrosc ercce, LL 247a29 ( IT iii 247 : `' 259 ).