? uillidu

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n an gein bes ullidu escaine Colmāin meic Lūachāin hi lenmain clainni Conaill Guthbind ní bíatt hi rígi Temrach, `the curse ,' BColm. 76.6 .

Cf. next.

uillíga

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Forms: uillígha

n f. pain of a wound; a scar (?): uillígha (v.l. uilledha), IGT, Decl. § 6 . in cetadaig oc loch Laig | rola fuilligu [im] étan. | is rim rolabair in cuan | índ adaig uar i n-Étair [leg. -ar], IT iii 82 § 61 . feitheamh ar uillíoghuin d'aicme ḟionn-Dálaigh, `defence against wounding' Ir. Monthly 1921, 422 § 19 ( DDána p. 268 ). ní cnedh is cóir gan díghail | ní háladh gan uillíghain (v.l. uilliogain, fuillighain) (`gan a slicht ort' a chíall), IGT, Decl. ex. 271 . ná bí gan uillí- ghain t'éra | ri ar uirríghuib tréna thú, ex. 272 . marbh Cormac Cas d'fhuillídhain (: ghnímuib), Acall. 1186 . marbh mac ríg M. ... | do chneaduibh is d'fuillidhoin (: soin), 1203 . mad i nadaid ri[g] ba ecen tri lubai gall do cuingid do .i. sraif (.i. fri tirmugud ┐ ḟuillidain .i. dia cnesugud) 'if it be [a wound] in the face of a king, it would be necessary to seek out three foreign herbs for him: rue (?) (for draining and against pain (?), i.e. to cicatrize it)' Bretha 26 § 9 . doronad tre dian draidechta, ┐ as rinne ticfa a uillida RC xliii 110.8 .

Cf. robuail beim brighmur ar Sir Tirri, ┐ is fada, fírbuan do rug a uilligi (MS auilligi) ann, ZCP vi 46.3 .

Cf. prec.

1 uilliu

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x compar.: see oll.

2 uilliu

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n olann líath do chengladar dia smechaib isin cath cétna .i. uilliu léith leó isin cath (v.l. uilli leath) ` beards ,' Cóir Anm. 245 (see ZCP xvi 152 ).

uilliugad

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n u,m. (vn. of ollaigid) act of magnifying: giodh miosúr tútach d'uilliughadh diuice | cur chúig bprionnsa i neamhglóire, Ó Bruad. i 200 § 6 .

uillnedche

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x see fuillnedche.

uilnech, uillech

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Forms: uillech, uilnig

adj o-ā (uilen) having elbows, angles, corners: a nas lie uilnech and Ísu Crist `the corner-stone,' Wb. 21c6 . epert as lie uilnech, Ml. 131c12 . a s f. mar chloich nuillig, LB 185a31 . v s f. a c[h]och uillech `O corner-stone' Hib. Min. 43.13 . g s. ind uilnig (gl. angularis), Ml. 131c12 . Of a hood: di chocholl huillnech Aróin, SR 4510 . Of a country: atchúala i nEspáin uillig ingin lesc-báin láech- buillig `many-cornered,' Met. Dinds. i 8.37 . isin Espain nuilligh nfuair, Leb. Gab. i 240.12 . Of pointed weapons: sleg uillech órchrúi uasu, TBC 5428 . droṅga ... na sleg n-ard n-uillech mórchrui, TTr. 1451 ( LL 236b11 ). Aodh díbh ro b'ḟogha uilleach `keen in onset,' Ir. Monthly 1924, 587 § 13 ( DDána p. 391 ) = Ir. Texts ii 18 . Of a tree: eocrand ... uillech, BB 302b47 . IT iii 13 § 23 .

Compds.: broen¤ : is mé Find, am féith fromtha, | co cléith brogtha bróen-uillig `of dripping edges,' Met. Dinds. iii 234.10 . cleth¤ : aonfer d'úib ... clethuillecha ... Cinndergáin, Caithr. Thoirdh. 130.22 (not transld.). moel¤ : a glún-mhaol mhall mhaol-uilleach `O woman whose arms are gently curved,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 165 § 21 ( DDána p. 396 ). tre¤ three-cornered: conice in Easpain uilide fodeas .i. tre-uilleach, BB 3b17 .

uilt

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n f. (ultima) a final syllable: aiccend in uilt an accent on the ultima , Sg. 55b2 ; 3 . 215b6 . ar isin uilt biid aiccend indib hi suidiu, 212a13 . intan nád ṁbí conson etir peneuilt ┐ uilt isind anmmaimm chétnidiu, 54b3 .

1 uim, uimm

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Forms: uim, uim, uim

n m. bronze: uim .i. uma, Corm. Y 1273 (uimm LL 179b ). O'Cl. uim .i. umha, ut est cim uim olus nuim, O'Dav. 1609 (=cimm uim olas nuim hi puincerne puinc, Corm. Y 304 ). g s. sgiath ōir ┐ imell n-uim (: muir), ML² 2002 (ML has n-úimh: túir, but the accent is perhaps wrong in both words). uim .i. úmha ` brass or copper half refined from the ore ,' P. O'C.

2 uim

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Forms: uim

n ` earth ': uim .i. talamh, O'Cl. uim (v.l. uaime, umh) talamh go ttortaidhe, Met. Gl., Ff. 67 . uim `.i. talamh the earth rather um q.v.,' P. O'C.

Compd. ¤chrith `an earthquake ,' P. O'C.

uime

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n , f. (om) rawness, crudeness: uimi ┐ reimi in adbuir, RC xlix 42z .