umaldóit, omaldóit, umallóit

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n (Lat. humilitatem, -ti; on decl. see Thurn. Hbch. § 293 , and cf. a s. umalloiti, ZCP iii 454.15 ) f. humility; lowly service of any kind: umhalóid .i. umhlachd, O'Cl. n s. trí forindet cach n-umal: bochtatu, dínnime, humallóit, Triads 191 . níp umaldóit for [v.l. fri] bréthir | archised cách a bráthair `let it not be mouth- humility,' Ériu iii 102 § 27a . ainmne is umaldóit certae | cid maith, cid saich, cid bochtae, 104 § 38 . in tress, in umalóit (of the virtues), PH 6852 . hvmoldoid cen con- naircli, ZCP iii 448.1 . a d s. consechide humaldóit húaimse, Wb. 8d26 . ar is tri humaldóit roboí ind aritiu hísin, 6d5 . céim n-aurlatad ... la humaldóit (humaloit, humoloid, himlot, MSS), Ériu iii 100 § 27 . Cf. 102 § 29 . tria umalóit ┐ tria inísle, PH 5605 . Cf. 7099 . tria umalóit ┐ cáin- duthracht, 4454 . ma rusboí di humaldóit `if she has had so much humility' (gl. si sanctorum pedes lauauit), Wb. 28d29 . innotbia de humeldoit? a Sencháin, anad rom- mathescsa? (frim aithessc-sa Y), Bodl. Corm. s.v. prull = Corm. Y 1059 . (su[p]plices) .i. guidig .i. ar a n-omaldoit. Ml. 54a6 . doarblaing den chamull foramboí ar omalldoit spirto `for humility of spirit' (of Rebecca), Tur. 60 . ar umalóit don Athair némda `in obedience to,' Todd Lect. vi 17 . gaibet[h] dērc ┐ umallōiti (umaldoit v.l.), ZCP iii 454.15 (for form see Thurn. l.c.). ar umaloit no ar com- ingaire donither so `it is out of good will' (of the seven cattle-drivings which incur no debt), Laws v 136. 11 Comm. g s. do folsigud a umalloti forbthi dond athair nemda obedience (of Christ), LU 2571 . ar is ínnte robui forbair umalóti ┐ inísle, Todd Lect. vi 17 . dichuirid in coimdid uainn dúalaig in díumais tria rath umalóiti, PH 7100 . is macc umalóti ┐ erlatad buide dó Dia `son of humility and ready obedience,' PH 4204 .

Lowly service of any kind: n s. dlegair do chách umal- dóit fri alaile, Wb. 13a17 . ni dír dúib ní di sund act homal- dóit do Crist `service unto Christ,' 27a26 . conid ed dlegar do na timtirithidib, a n-umalóit do dénum cen tuilled cen dígbail, acht amal eráilfither forthu, PH 5094 . umalóit ┐ timthirecht do'n fhoirind beit hi carcair (one of the cor- poral works of mercy), 6002 . a s. dogní u.¤ do serves, ministers to: ba he Martain dognid umaloit doside im ghait a ialla- crand de, ┐ im nige a chos ┐ im chumaid bíd fris, Lat. Lives 87.14 . doghnídh umhalóitt día oide, BNnÉ 26 § 18 . faomaid umalōitt do dēnum do Cholmān, BColm. 56.10 . dia ndernnsatt na hallta umalōitt `rendered obeisance,' 102.21 . ro bendach ... in dias ele ar a n-úmhalloit doronsat do, BB 5a3 ( Gen. ix 26 ). co ndena cach uaib umaloit do Dhia feib a chumaing, PH 5270 . amal do-ronus-[s]a umaloit dúib-se, co ndena cach uaib umaloit di araile iar m'inntshamail-se, 5272-3 . ro erail fair umaloit do dhenamh dhó .i. a leabar salm dh'imochar, Lism.L. 4045 . Freq. in this sense with timthirecht: ┐ na dernsamar timthirecht ┐ umallóit duit, LU 2352 . doroine in chumal umhuloit ┐ timterecht doib, Lism.L. 1177 . in forend do ainglib dogniat timthirecht ┐ umaloit do Dia, PH 6220 . teit for (fri) u.¤ : luidh Findén forsin n-umuloit, Lism.L. 2564 . docúaidh Berach frissan umalóitt sin gusin muilenn, `on this service,' BNnÉ 26 § 19 (cf. umlacht an obedience ). g s. frithaire légind nó umalóti, Todd Lect. vi 37 . lá eile do bhadar mancaigh Mochuda ag deanamh umuloidi láimh ris an abhuinn, ITS xvi 120.17 . Cf. 96.9 . As attrib. gen.: ni ra bhattar na manaigh na lucht na humalóitte isin reicles an tan sin `the servants' (i.e. lay-brothers ? ), BNnÉ 26 § 19 . cona caoccat naomh-cleirech ... i n-éccmais aosa oibre ┐ umhalóitte, 235.10 . fiallach comair no comin- gaire no umalóiti, O'D. 337 =fiallach an-umaloiti `a good- will party,' Laws v 138.7 Comm. atat ... cethri lína, do na dlegar áine .i. mec beca, ┐ oes galair, ┐ oes umalóti, ┐ senóri sruthi, PH 8392 . d s. i cach omaldoit `in every lowly service,' Wb. 31c6 . sguiridh ... dá bhar n-obair, ┐ da bhar n-umhalóitt (to angels engaged in getting timber, etc. for building a church), BNnÉ 238 § 164 .

Of washing the feet (cf. umalosaic): Ri dorigne tria cheill ṅglain | humalloit dia apstalaib | i ndia dardain, ... | ria caisc móir na hésserge, SR 7698 . do raid ... fria hinghen- aibh neach dhibh do umhaloit dia dhardáin cennla dona senoiribh ..., Lism.L. 1436 . ni frith nech dhibh don umaloit, Lat. Lives 76.4 (= Lism.L. 1438 ). dogén-sa in umaloit, 76.5 .

With osaic: doroine Berach umhalóitt ┐ osaicc dona haidhedhaibh `waited on the guests,' BNnÉ 26 § 19 . dena- sa, ... fosaic ┐ nighe h'fir cumtha amal doroine seom umhaloit duitsi `even as he hath ministered to thee,' Lism.L. 1623 = Lat. Lives 84 .

As vn.: is ed is coir dún uli umaloit do, PH 1690 . buidne do ainglib ... oc umallóit ┐ oc timthirecht eter na hairichtaib sin, LU 1994 ( FA 6 ). forend bis i na tost do gres, ┐ forend bit ic umaloit do Dia (the two classes of angels, stantes et ministrantes), PH 6223 . is iat no-bitís ic umaloit ┐ ic tim- mthirecht isin tempul dar cend in popail (i.e. deacons and priests), 6013 . rogabsat ac saethar ┐ ac umaloit ann, RC xiv 36 § 29 . i muilind dano nobídh ic umhalóid dona braithribh, Gorm. Jan. 1 gl. 5 . tancatar aingil nime do umalóit ┐ do thimthirecht dó (i.e. Christ), PH 4726 . Cf. 4923 , 4892 . co tecait aingil nime di-a humaloit, 4925 . nīstānic nech dīa fhiss nō dīa umalóit ina dochum, Aisl. MC 13.4 .

umale

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x see immalle.

umallach

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adj o-ā (Umall) belonging to Umall (i.e. `the baronies of Burrishoole and Murrisk,' Hogan, Onom.): g s m. mac ríogh an ḟóid Umhallaigh, TD 18.3 .

As subst. m. and f. a native of Umall: IGT, Decl. § 17 , § 18 . d s. clann ríogh níor ḟulangach air | síodh ón Umhallach ḟáomhthair, IGT, Decl. ex. 823 . d p. as báire é ar Umhallchaibh, ex. 756 .

umalosaic

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n (see osaic) f. (Lat. humile obsequium) washing the feet (as a rite of hospitality); attendance to the needs of a guest: dam th'umalḟossaic, ..., a Cailti, ar in ingen. ni dém etir, ar C., Acall. 5033 . furáilis umhal fosaigh ┐ fothraigthe do dhéanamh dhó féin, Mac. an Iolair 54.5 . tainic ingen ... d'umalḟossaic duind, Acall. 5059 . gu n-aomdais ... anadh ag in uasalbarún dá n-umalosaig fá nodlaig `to be entertained,' Caithr. Thoirdh. 77.4 . doróine a umalasaicc amail is dech rófett do biudh ┐ dig, D iv 2, 44rb 8 . do rinne umhal fosaigh ┐ fothraigthe do na ridir- eadhaibh sin, Mac. an Iolair 61.24 . do feradh failti fris ┐ doronad umalfhosáig dó `his feet were bathed,' Ériu iii 170.1 . do rin[n]eadh umhallfhosaic dhoibh, Feis Tighe Chonáin 95 . dorinded a n-umalosaic ann, Acall. 4194 - 5 . dorinded ar n-umalḟossaig, 5667-8 .

umamail

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Forms: umamhail

adj i (umae) brazen: umamhail (gl. aereus), Ir. Gl. 611 .

1 umar

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x see ommar.

2 umar ?

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ind ben ar-a-fuim imurfhis do chind a ceile (.i. ben fir-faemhus feis humar tar cenn a fir), Laws v 272.7 ( 274.19 ), where feis humar is evidently an etym. gl. on imurfhis (immormus).

umarrad, umarrith

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x see umae, Compds.

umdaim ?

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n umdaim .i. ab umb[i]lico .i. imlicen (imlecan v.l.), Corm. Y 1299 = Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, 206 (`the meaning of umdaim is doubtful—the nave of a wheel? the boss of a shield?', Stokes, Corm. Trans. 167 ).

umed ?

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ind fri umed mná, LU 5510 (=humed, TBC² 1028 ). ar umhéd ... dona cinedaib, ZCP iii 542. 27 is printed ar u mhéd, etc. `for the number of' BCC § 40 .

umla

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x see umlae.