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 .

Ulaid

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Forms: Ulaidh, Ulaid, Ulaith, Ulto, Ultu, Ultu, hUlltu, Ultu, Ulod, Uloth, Ulath, hUltaib

pn o,m. pl. Ulidians, Ulstermen , used as name both of people and territory. See Wortk. 158 : Ulaidh mhóra (ón tir ┐ óna dáoinibh), IGT, Decl. § 153 . Ulaidh, § 180 . nom. Ulaid, Thes. ii 315.26 . o Erimon ... ata Leth Cuind ule, ┐ Lagein cenmithaat Ulaid; o Ir ... ataat side, 316.36 . ind adaig or se dochótár Ulaid ina nóendin, LU 5350 . Ulaith, AU 702 ; 711 . voc. a Ulto , LL 113a24 . acc. contra Ultu , Thes. ii 261.32 . inter Ultu AU 702 . ná mertamar Ultu, LU 4783 . Inn é sin as andsam fil la Ultu 4837 . in leth aile la Ulto, LL 112b11 ( Sc. M 5 ). la hUlltu , AU 1089 . doraíga in cú Ulto, LL 114a5 ( Sc. M. 19 ). for Ultu , LU 5136 . gen. Bairche boare Rossa Rigbude rig Ulad, Thes. ii 315.35 . plebs Ulod , 261.25 ( Arm. 8a2 ). rex Uloth , AU 809 . rex Ulath , 734 . rex nepotum Echdach Ulat (=ua nEchdach Ulad), 701 . dat. Eochaid for hUltaib , SR 2356 . is bés duibsi far nUltaib, LU 5094 . in far nUltaib, LL 112bz ( Sc.M. 9 ). co R. mac F. di Ultaib, LU 5925 . ba airmit do Ulltaib na raghdais tar uir nAi .i. ba geis do Ullta dul tarsi, O'Dav. 102 . cogadh d'éirghe eidir Ultaibh ... is sluagh ... C., TD 3.14 . ní théarnó uan i nUltaibh ... 3.22 .

ulairt ?

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ind (= ulthairt, ulfairt, Ériu xx 199 ) Macc Con macc laechda Lugaid | is ar phudair is d'eitchi; | ormsa imroet ulairt | imrubairt ar mo shéitchi, LL 146b25 , PRIA iii (3rd Ser.) 542 § 12 ); 'it is by reason of the harm (he has done) that he is most abhorrent; he has caused me to lament' Ériu xx 195 § 12 .

ulaithe

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n pl.: see ailad.

ulbroc

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n ā,f. bosom, breast: a s. an fogebed in gilla di scothaib (.i. boladhmaraib) dobered i n-ulbroic in cleirich, Trip. 36.3 . d s. con facatar ni: in maccoem mbecc ind ulbroig Concobuir, IT i 140.20 ; ib. 145.14 =i mbrolluch Chon- chobair, LL 144b15 .

ulbu

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n (gl. mataxa), Ir. Gl. 93 . "mataxa (μάταξα) in Martial means `raw silk'; it also meant `a cord or line,'" Stokes, note ib. p. 47 .