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.

uctaras

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x see augdardas.

uctot

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x see uchtat.

ucut

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Forms: ugud, uccat, ugad

(ugud, uccat, ugad) demonstr. adj. yonder, yon, there. Cf. út (see Thurn. Hdb. 283 - 4 ). cenmathá in tegdais nucut, Wb. 33a4 . isnaib consonaib ucut, Sg. 9a22 . inna fortór- mach ucut, 202b3 . lucht na sencheld mór ucut, Mon. Tall. § 26 . ind eich ucut, Trip.² 2850 . a lín ucut, 1310 . ar in telach ard uccat, 933 . dind énlaith ucut, LU 3247 . Cu Chulaind ucut, 1437 . Cf. for Cū Chulaind uccot, (uccut, LU) TBC² 1262 (with notion of contempt). hi fíadnaise Bricriu ucut TBC Rec. I 486 . in láech ucut, LU 1473 . ind eoin ucut, 3253 . tabar damsa ... in Corc ucut, 4408 . attágursa ... élúd inna hingine ucut, TBFr. § 14 (=ugat, Eg., ZCP iv 38 ). cosmail ra Ailill n-ucud, TBC 5435 ; like Ailill there CMCS xl 16 n. 80 . in triar ucut, BDD 31 ; 83 ; 131 . luidh iar sin gus in sliab núcut, O'Don. 986 (< H 3.17 c. 849 ). na .v. óga ucut, Todd Lect. vi 40 . a genemain in rig ucut, 63 . do'n uig easbadhaigh ucut, MR 24.21 . scéla in uige ucut, 24 . do'n laech ucud, 70.11 . ind eich uccu[t], ZCP viii 106.21 . dul 'san loch uccat , BNnÉ 6 § 15 . forsin cloich ucatt 306 § 24 . an gcein no bhiadh frisan mor-obair nugad, 104 § 6 . cia proinn nó bhiadh lais dona hard-naomaibh ugad, 110 § 44 . isin luing ugud, ÉC i 81.17 (Mary of Egypt).

ucután

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Forms: ucután

adj (dim. of ucut) yonder, yon : a ḟir ucután , LL 275a11 .