úire

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n f. (2 úr) freshness, newness : P. O'C.

(a) newness ; youth, somet. beauty : tairg nighe m'uilc is a úire | a shlighe phuirt dúine Dé `strive to cleanse my sin while fresh,' PBocht 9.24 . In the phr. : cuirid i n-úire recalls (?) : [bual]adh a bhuille báire | don chruinne is sluaghadh sídhe | ag cora ar gcean i n-úire | núidhe bhfola an cneadh chíghe, PBocht 3.4 . áitt ón irrabe úiri fer ṅHerenn, LL 290b37 (`the rawest' Stokes, RC xiii 455 ; `the pick' SG ii 355 ). uathadh bean i mbia t'úire `few the women of thy beauty,' Ir. Monthly 1919, 226 § 26 ( DDána p. 333 ). malairt do dligheadh dínne | úire ar chríne 's ar chaise `fresh vigour,' A. Ó Dálaigh xxiii 3 .

(b) generosity : fer go n-úire neinigh do cliaraibh `a man of lavish hospitality towards the literati,' FM iv 728.2 . a oigri mic Duinn Shleibi | dana du feili is úire `inheritor of generosity and noblesse," L. Chl. Suibhne § 5 .

Cf. táinig a húire le fear bhfial | bean rúine an ríogh, PBocht 2.11 .

uiret

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x see airet.

uirfine ?

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ind aititiud cae gacha comuir uirfine ar a griun fadéisin cen gail, cen fégadh (fogail v.l. O'D. 684 ), cen fonaidhm, O'D. 750 (< H. 3. 17 c. 542 ) = O'C. 2261 .

uirge

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Forms: hui[r]ge

n , f., a testicle (see Wortk. § 22 ) : n s. mas í a uirghi cle ro benadh as ... is lan coirpdire, uair is uaithi ata in geinemhain, ma a uirghi dhes is coirpdire fo cutruma na cnedhe, Laws iii 354.19 . pl. na hui[r]ge (gl. genitalia), Lor. Gild. 209 (for the reading uige however, cf. 1 og). na huirgi, Ros. Angl. 130.8 . uirgi puic ┐ cullaigh allta ┐ reithe, O'Gr. Cat. 182.29 . castorium .i. uirgi ainmidhi, Arch. i 327.75 . uirgi caileach, Ros. Angl. 62.10 . uirgi coilig, Irish Texts v 58.29 . uirgi mil muighe, 62.12 . gab uirgi reithi, 58.19 . sí ... gan clūasa, gan erball, gan uirghi (of a boar, descr. here both as `muc' and `torc'), Fianaig. 64.14 . ider in timparacht ┐ na huirghe, O'Gr. Cat. 271.3 . g p. tuitid na inne i sparan na nuirgid, Ros. Angl. 236.3 . i soithech na nuirgid, 10 . a comursanacht na nu[i]rgedh, O'Gr. Cat. 271.1 . a nagaidh ... ait na nuirghedh, `' 274.28 . d p. ar a uirgib, YBL 208a38 (= RC xiii 66 § 64 ). min do denam duirgib fiada, Ir. Texts v 74.14 . Compd. : perhaps in do gelughudh galluirge (: cam-buirbe), IT iii 89 § 111 (but see Murphy Metrics 109 , EIS 203 ).

uirgell, uirigell

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x see airḟuigell.

uirichil

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x see airichell, and oirchill.

uiris ?

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ind conid esin cet arracht ro bi riam is ar a uiris dochuaid cach ar sin, BB 10b1 .

uirlisemail

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adj i instrumental: gurab é an sagart is cúis uirlis- eamhuil do sgaoileadh glais an pheacaidh (oppd. to God who is príomh-ghníomhaightheoir), Eochair- Sg. 77.38 .

uirlisi

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n a garden, yard : uirlisi .i. garrdha, O'Cl.

See airles.

uirluidecht

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x see urlaidecht.

uirmeail

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x see fuirmiáil.