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) .

uir—

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x For words beginning with uir not found under this section see air-, aur-, oir-.