udesta

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x see festa.

udim

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x see ademm (aidimm).

udmad

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Forms: udhmadh, udhmadh, udhmadh, udhmadh

(vn. of denom. vb. udmaid, Pl. Cf. ugamaigid). closing with an `uidim'; `a wooden clog or hobble (?),' Plummer, Ériu x 118 . udmat .i. udamnad .i. crand forsin cetra co ndamnaigter amuide a combolg indsin, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 43 =udmad .i. ud ┐ damnad .i. crand ar līas .i. gobung (v.l. gobenn) gaibther forsin crand (v.l. cethra), co ndam- naiter a n-ude (v.l. amuide) i comulg (v.l. a combolg, i cumuṅg), Corm. Y 1268 . udim .i. nomen dond rōi triasa tēit in crand bīs forsin clēith ocon udmad nō occa dūnad, 1269 . udhmadh .i. dúnadh `an enclosure ,' O'Cl. udhmadh .i. ainm don ré ghadraigh trésa ttéid an crann bhios ar an gcléith ag dúnadh ar na ceathraibh, no ar an áirnéis, O'Cl. udhmadh .i. dúnadh `a closing fastening or securing; also to close fasten secure,' P. O'C. udhmadh `a writhe band one end of which is fastened to a hurdle of rods with a wooden bar through the other end for securing cattle in their enclosure,' ib.

udnacht, udnocht

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n a fence, palisade (?): (O'Don. Suppl., Laws, Gl.); `the hurdle roof of a round house, upon which the thatch was laid; a palisade or hurdle fence, which marked an inviolable sanctuary,' Mann. and Cust. iii 46 . udnocht coil imbi, Laws iv 304.21 . eirigh ... go huillinn tighe inghine Úi B. ┐ tochail (v.l. tomais) tri troighthe ó uillinn an tighe (v.l. on udhnocht) amach, ZCP x 14z . (of Créide's house) a hudhnacht is a tuighi | d'eitibh én, Acall. 800 . SG 112. 3 (`roof' SG ii 121 ). tech ... | soilsidir bid hi lugburt | ose cen udnucht n-imbi, Thes. ii 294.16 . cach eclais a hudnocht `hurdle fence,' ZCP xvii 53.40 ( Arch. iii 227 ). ag so an t-udhnacht gá fhoghail (of ruin of a sheep- pen), Studies 1931, 81.13 . teach ór thuit a udnacht dé, P.Bocht 32.2 .

údtraisg ?

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n gur oibrigh an cumhgach i rabhadar, ┐ an rumáil a rinneadar udhtraisge a gcoirp, E. Ó Cl. 73 (editor compares utrais `molestation, disturbance ' O'R.; cf. also utraiseach ` vexatious, uneasy ' ib.).

? udurpairt

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Forms: udhpairt

n ro faslaidh M. for A. a n-udurpairt a ndis dona deibh, BB 412b44 . Probably for udhpairt; see udbairt.

Uenir

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n (a) Venus (goddess): rogab Cuipidh do laim o Uenir inni sin, Aen. 24.387 .

(b) Venus (planet): rind Ioib nó Uenir nó Mercuir, CCath. 1032 .

ueoss

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x see béus.

ueronenstae

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adj io-iā Veronese: Sg 8a12 (gl. Veronensis).

uérsa

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n verse, a verse: aon bá dearscnaighthi do ghaoidhel- aibh i llegionn, i ccanntaireacht, ┐ a ndénamh uérsa, FM iii 208.4 . mailli re uersaidhip ... do dēnam dōip, Fl. Earls 36.17 . Cf. fers.

uersdénmaidecht

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n versification: duine is comdese tanic do Gaidelaib riam i llegund ┐ hi cantarecht ┐ a uersden- maidecht, Ann. Conn. 1224 § 7 . ALC i 270 (=a ndénamh uérsa, FM).