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 .

2 ulach

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n (special use of 1 ulach ?) in Laws the name of a class of person: Thurn., Bürgschaft p. 9 , observes that the following passages seem to imply that an `ulach' is one who does not usually appear on the open plain but lives in wood and mountains, perhaps one outlawed by the `tribe.' (In a passage on covenants which are not binding:) atait ceithri nadm nad seadad ciad roiscaidear; mud for a flaith; mac for a athair; manach for a abaid; ulach for araile mad an aenar (.i. daig senfaid ime, .i. ulach bis cen fiadnu cid i machaire beit is amlaid sin bias) `an `ulach'- person with another if alone' Laws iv 54.3 . haulcach .i. cia sais in fer for naile cin fiadnaisi cin fechemain ni bu ecor do (on same passage), O'C. 860 (< H. 3. 18 p. 388b ). manach for a aircindech, hulach for in n-aile , ZCP xiii 21.31 .

3 ulach

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n rop-sa chrib mo dá ulaig (.i. mo dá choiss) `swift was I on my feet,' Ériu i 72 § 2 . Cf.: atchonnarc and Coin Culaind certlain o chúl co ulaig forurasachel, LL 116a14 .

4 ulach

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x see ilach.

ulachtain

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x see fulachtain.

1 ulad

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x see ailad.

2 ulad

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n d s. in phr. dond u.¤ -sa, -sin on this, that, occasion: d s. cuimnigh dodt escairdib a necraidhe don ulad-sa, RC xxi 399 § 50 . do ghabh ríghi nUladh ar écin don ulagh sin, Im. Br. i 61.19 . do áilsedhmar in cath don [d]ula sin [uladh sin], Acall. 758 . ni bí díbh sin tricha ná cenél nach raibh ar ti Eogain da'n ulaidh sin, Hy Maine 139.6 . gu bhfuaradar ... bas uili da'n ulaidh sin, ib. 16 .

ulaib ?

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Forms: oil

n lia ionann oireas d'uaisle | glóir re fuin na fíor- uaisle | re ar chubhaidh báidh do bhile | tar ulaibh áil aointine `despite the scoffs of a jealous brood,' Ó Bruad. ii 136 § xiv (`d p. of oil slander ,' Gloss.)

1 ulaid

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x see ailad.

2 ulaid

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n a pack-saddle, a straddle: ulaidh .i. srathar, O'Cl. `ulaid' (v.l. ulad) srathar, Met. Gl. Ff. 19 .