uinnius

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Forms: huinnius, uindes, uindsiu, uindsend, uinnes, uindsend, uindsenn, undsend, fuinnsionn, fuinnsiona, fuinnsinne, fuindsinn, úindsinn, uinnsind, uinsend, huinnius, uinnes

n f. n s. ind huinnius , Sg. 67a11 . K. and H. § 8 . Cf. uindes, TBC² 2694 . uindsiu, Auraic. 1153 . uindsend, RC ix 244. 2 . v s. a uinnes , Buile Ṡ. § 40.10 . g s. uindsend, ZCP v 24 § 6 . BB 257a24 . uindsenn, ML² 417 . undsend, LL 235a19 ( TTr. 1343 ). fuinnsionn, ML 32.15 . fuinnsiona, Ériu i 18.52 . na fuinnsinne , 23 K 42, 346.12 . fuindsinn, O'Gr. Cat. 179.29 . úindsinn, LB 217a5 . uinnsind, Auraic. 4268 . n p. uinsend, Ériu v 238.101 .

An ash-tree: n s. ind huinnius ardd (gl. fraxinus), Sg. 67a11 . fraxinus .i. uinnus (MSS. umnus), ÉC xxiii 101 § 81 (Philarg.) . cosdad sida nin .i. uinnius, Auraic. 1173 . Cf. 1174 . onn .i. aiten no uinius, ib. 5522 . uinnius disiu, coll andall, ZCP iii 455 § 8 (K. and H.). unnius, crand na slúag solom, | rop é in barr cen búan-torod, Met. Dinds. iii 148.3 . uin- dius ? folach ┐ rigliasda, ┐ leth aradh airm, Laws iv 150.3 Comm. duir, coll, cuileand, abhull, uindsiu, ibur, gius, Auraic. 1153 (a list of chieftain trees). fraxinus .i. in uind- send, RC ix 244.2 . v s. a uinnes, a urbhadach, Buile Ṡ. § 40.10 . g s. slat cuill cuirtear inti ... | slat uindsend esti acētōir, ZCP v 24 § 6 . in ḟlesc uindsend curthar inti doni flesc cuill di fo cetoir, BB 257a24 . manais ... uindsenn, TBC² 3346 . inna ruad-rama ruad-undsend `of the strong, strong-ashen oars' TTr. 1343 ( LL 235a19 ). sāidhis E. echlasc uindsenn ... do lethtaob an ātha, gur fhās ann, conidh de atá Áth Uinnsenn, ML² 417 (see note ib. p. 91 ). doratad ... cuing uindsinn fo a carpat, RC xxi 154y . atáid tenid ... úindsin, Aisl. MC 63.6 . naoi ngúala fuinnsiona `faggots of ash' Ériu i 18.52 . flos fraxini .i. bláth ... na fuinnsinne, 23 K 42, 346.12 . cu folcadh fuindseand, Ériu xiii 58.15 . luaith fuindsinn ash-wood ashes , O'Gr. Cat. 179.29 . d s. nin dno, is o chrand rohainmniged .i. o uindsind, Auraic. 1172 .

Of particular ash-trees : unnius Uisnig, Met. Dinds. iii 148.6 .

pn In place-names : Áth Uinnsenn, see above. (Nannid) Clúana hUinnsenn, Gorm. June 2 gl. 1 . Maol Tuili Cluana hUinnsen, FM 871 . Cath Cúile Uinnseann i dTeathbha, Keat. iii 885 . For further exx. see Onom.

A spear-shaft of ash : dresfid uinius ┐ fern, PRIA xxx C p. 267, n. 217 (`spear-shaft and shield will break,' O'Brien, Ériu xii 240 n. ). tren uindes as do des | maidid asnae foidb (Fer Diad to Cú Ch. on receiving his death-blow), TBC² 2694 . Cf. 3950 . rorósa uinsend i crobaib bidbad and, Ériu v 238.101 (rendered by O'Brien `and then spear- shafts were reddened in the hands of enemies,' Ériu xii 240.11 ). RC xii 98z . do reillccitt na Gaoidhil frossa ... dfoghadhaibh uinnsionn, FM vi 2130.4 .

uinnlech

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adj o-ā angular : do chuiredh ar a uachtar sin sgaball uinnleach ōirchiumsach, Rel. Celt. 262.11 .

See uilnech.

uinnon

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n an onion : cepe bulbosum .i. gne don uinnon, Arch. i 331 . Cf. uinniún.

uin(n)se

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x see uindim.

uinnseóg

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x see fuinnseóc.

uin(n)si

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x see uindim.

uinnsinn

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adj Indian : futcloc do melement uinnsinn, `a foot- cloth of Indian velvet,' Fl. Earls 256.5 .

uinnsiu

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n ash-tree : see uinnius.

uiola

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n a violet : siroip na raibhe uisgi, ..., ┐ in uiola, Ros. Angl. 82.18 . sugh uiola, Irish Texts v 22.6 . dentur uin- dimint ... dola uiola, 38.28 .

uiper

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n a viper : eter ... tigir ┐ viper ┐ colubir, CCath. 3948 . pl. upri, corcarduill doburnatracha, LB 141b36 . a fulib drecon ... is dobornathrach, uifprec, iscorp, Cog. 158.19 .

uir

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n (Lat., B. na Filed) man: dogene an uir atuaid dia torrachtoin 'the man (Baile) came from the north to meet her' RC xiii 221.10 (Scél Baili Binnbérlaig) .