uiss

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n ` larks ' (?): lotar na suipp shesca ... i cléthib aeóir ... feib is sía thiagait uiss i lló áille nad bhí gáeth, TBC 6040 . Cf. uiseóg. Plummer (MS. Notes) takes uiseóg to be the dimin. of this, but uiss may be a scribal error, a pl. is re- quired.

1 uisse

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Forms: huissi, uissiu

adj io-iā just, right, fitting: iss u.¤ (gl. iustum est, Eph. vi 1 ), Wb. 22c21 . is do is u.¤ gloria (gl. cui est gloria), 18c5 . is hu.¤ a imgabáil, 9d6 . is u.¤ grad nepscuip do thabirt forru, 28c8 . roboi du meit a pecthae som combu u.¤ a n-epeltu in oinecht, Ml. 98c6 . is hu.¤ a molath (gl. laudandus, laude dignus), Sg. 59b4 . húise a ṡerc (gl. amandus, dignus amari), ib. 5 . compare ib. 6 , 7 . cumtach bas u.¤ fri hiriss, Wb. 28b9 . ba u.¤ ce notectad ilgotha `it were right that it should possess,' Sg. 197a11 . ba huisse (.i. ba coru) | soillse fri éitsecht na nóeb, Thes. ii 320.2 . pl. it huissi (gl. digni sunt [morte]), Wb. 1c7 . huissi do dígail forru (gl. uasa irae apta [in interitum]), 4c36 . Compar.: is uissiu duit (gl. sectare vero iustitiam 1 Tim. vi 11 ), Wb. 29b24 . ba uissiu són quam inflatio , 9b1 . Cf. 18c10 . ba uissiu dúib oldáte pecthe do buid and, 9d13 . is uissiu (v.l. is coir) a bas ┐ a éc ... ind ḟir coṅgreiss in rig samlaid, TBC 4741 =ba hisa, TBC² 2996 (Wi. compares usa .i. cóir; bá husa .i. ba cóir, O'Cl.).

2 uisse

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n , f. (1 uis ?) meekness, gentleness (?): uise .i. umhla `humility, obedience,' P. O'C. Sadb is Etáin cen uissi, `not meek of mood,' Met. Dinds. iv 342.27 . nāimtidi in chairdine, huise for nāimde, TBC² 3591 . Cf. nemhuise re námaid | náraige re neimed, Caithr. Thoirdh. 34.40 . Here perhaps: dind áil-sin cen uisse, Met. Dinds. iii 222 ( v 135 ).

uiste ?

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n g s. ba mhian leis ceann an huiste (v.l. an thuiste) do chur ar an haiste (v.l. an thaiste), .i. Mac Cárrthaigh Mór do ghairm de Dhomhnall dorcha ..., E. O'Rahilly 289z (apparently a reference to the bestowal of noble titles on churls). On haiste, taiste `hatches (of a ship)' see Gadelica 286 .

uit

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interj alas!: uit mo chrob, Thes. ii xxi 8 (scribal note Sg. 176b ). Cf. fuit.

uité

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n (in B. na filed): aca uitē (.i. uisge betha[d]) = aqua vitae, ZCP v 489 § 14 .

1 ul

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n a beard: ceist, a gillai forcetail, cisi chonar dollodsu ? ni ansa: ... for ul (v.l. cúl,) tréith, (.i. ulchi fri ulchi frisin rig, nó i frithcetfaid dia imdae, Rawl.) `on a king's beard,' RC xxvi 28.110 . Compd. ul-fhota long-bearded: Cormac Ulfhada .i. ulchai fhadai laís nó ullt fhoddai .i. is é rodláidh Ulltu hi fod, Cóir Anm. 113 .

2 ul ?

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ind ar ul ... loscas ... tene, Thes. ii 249.6 tr. `,' Gr. Celt. 441 . Meyer, Hib. Min. 81 n. 2 suggests that this is the same word as ul `edge,' see next.

3 ul

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n edge ?: ider díul an biala, RC xiii 30.9 =di aul RC xiv 452 . See 2 aul and prec.

ula

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x see ailad.

1 ulach

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adj o-ā (ul) bearded: Cath Insi Ane for slūago Alban ulach | ba bēt bladach i fārcbad lucht trí cet curach, Arch. Hib. ii 61 § 31 . trēnchath Insi Ane for sluag nAlban n-ulach (: curach), ib. 55 § 11 . tinscansat imteacht chalad, | in saithe uallach ulach; | atcessa guib co n-grennaibh | oc techt do cheallaibh Uladh, AU 808 . Cf. bid olc la longais nUlad | guin a meic nad lánulach, LU 6602 .