3 uchtach

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Forms: uchtach, uchtach

n a scream, a cry ; uchtach `extension of voice, good delivery of speech ,' P. O'C. : aird-iachdad .i. uchtach , O'C. 971 (< H 3.18, 416 ). biodhbha na sainnte an dealbhdha daonachtach, | saoruchtach gcainnte an ḟeardha nach ábhachtach, Hackett xlvii 18 .

4 uchtach

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n `a load which a person carries between his hands and breast,' P. O'C.

uchtard

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x see ucht, IV.

uchtat, uchtot ?

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Forms: uchtot

ind ni uchtat óenmaige, (.i. ni do oenmaig as uch nó as íachtad sed totis campis) LU 537 . ACC 7 =ni huctot oenmaige (.i. uch airi féin. "tot" ondi as totus .i. ní d'oen maig is uch nó as iachtad, sed totis campis), RC xx 158 (uch + the diminutive suffix -t(h)at, Celtica vi 228 , xxv 106 ). Stokes translates `not single plains groan.' He takes uchtot to be `a t-vb formed fr. uch' see note ad loc. Thurn., ZCP xvii 293 thinks forms soerthot, slāntot and tāthot contain suff. pron. of 2 sg., although taken in Auraic. to be dimin. suffix).

uchtlach

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ind (? ucht, cf. utlach) child (lit. lapful): guidhim úire is umhla na n-easpal | is naomh- thacht aonuchtlaigh Anna (sc. the Blessed Virgin), Ó Bruad. i 174.2 (v.l. aonuchtaicc).

uchtlán

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n tuisle ghéar éisling is uchtlán tinn | gur ghuin an féigh féithleann na bhfiodán bhfionn `a sore heart-load ,' Ó Bruad. i 178.3 .

uchtóg

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n (dimin. of ucht) the front of a hillock , P. O'C.

ucing

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Forms: uiginge

n (a) a viking, sea-rover, pirate (< O.N. vikingr, Stokes, CCath., Gl. ) : g p. ochtaib, taiseach ucingeadh ┐ murtaidhi munteri Poimp, CCath. 2606 . (c)oblach ucinged (v.l. ucinget, uenig), 2755 .

(b) fleet : ucing .i. cablach, ut est, ucing la sesiur for muir, O'Don. Suppl. O'C. 139 (< H 3.18 p. 79 ). Phil. Soc. 1859 p. 206 . Hence uiginge .i. cobhlach, O'Cl. (Martsrander, Bidrag. 109 ). As surname see TD i p. xx .

uclán ?

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ind comaill a n-ecna n-uclan, | bī co becda amail bochtān, | bidh snādhudh for sēt sercnaem | crābud cert- c[h]āem i corpān, ZCP vi 265.23 .

úcnáil

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n act of breaking (?): do scéanadar capaill ... ionnus nár fhágbhádar srathar gan stolladh ... ná urchall gan úcnáil, E. O'Rahilly 290.20 . Cf. do bhréine na húicnéala, PCT 1653 .

ucse

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n wish : mo theora ucse (v.l. ucsi) forsin Ríg | in tan noscairiub frim chrí `wishes,' Ériu vi 116 § 1 . Cf. ib. § 2 ( ZCP vii 308 ). Cf. ní ail aicsu (MS aucsu with i written over first u) forsani nothechti `it is not proper to wish for what thou hast,' Sg. 148a9 . If these are the same word we have here n p. of aicsu (vn. of ad-gúsi).

Cf. ugsa.