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.

umlacht

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Forms: umhlacht

n ā. f. humility, obedience, submission: n s. umhlacht, IGT, Decl. § 26 . ionmhuin le hÍosa an umhlocht, DDána 5. 29 . ní gníomh áinis an umhlocht, Ir. Monthly 1921, 375 § 24 ( DDána p. 259 ). báthadh ní ḟuighe a n-umhlocht, Ir. Monthly 1921, 375 § 29 ( DDána ib. ). ag so an t-udhnacht gá fhoghail | ag so an umhlacht urchradhaigh (of the ruin of a sheep-pen), Studies 1931, 81 § 13 . cor re hobair níorbh umhlacht, A. Ó Dálaigh l 8 . an treas ní, umhlacht an fhomóis, TSh. 1880 . adeir an umhlacht ris é féin d'inísliughadh fá chách, 2959 . atá umhlacht roimhe onóir, Prov. xv 33 . meisde an umhlacht fhuair 'na mhacaomh homage , Studies 1927, 437 § 8 . umhlacht iomlán in gach éin-ní do thabhairt don Athair, TSh. 8051 . g s. mac ochta na humhlochta, DDána 20.36 . ní dligheann airdrí ... barr umhlochta d'Eóghan- chaibh `increase of homage,' TD 7.2 . rí go hurramach umhal | re hucht ḟeirge a ollamhan | ... is tuar umhlachta d'ḟagháil `submission,' Ir. Monthly 1921, 112 § 2 ( DDána p. 252 ). go mbídís na colna céadna soin fá chuing umhlachta dá n-anmaibh, TSh. 2282 . do chum umhlachda an chreid- imh obedience , Rom. i 5 . a d s. dobhér sa da chionn gan caill | nert, is umhlacht, is oirrim, BNnÉ 271.16 . níor ghabh umhlocht ó chrú Chuinn, | cnú don lubhghort ó Lunnuinn `homage,' TD 17.43 . an ló nar ghabhsadar Goill | umhlacht mo chéile chumoinn, Ir. Monthly 1928, 549 § 15 ( DDána p. 285 ). nách fuightheá ... sbairn fa n-aghai- bhthir t'umhlocht, `never wert thou humbled,' TD 22a55 . do-ní a mbí san ḟionnmhuir d'Art | 's a mbí san ḟiodhbhuidh umhlacht, DDána 100.12 . ná gabhthar í le humhlacht, `with humility,' TD 20.50 . maille ré gach uile umhlachd intinne, Acts xx 19 . i gceann Néill mar do chuaidh Corc, | béim ní fhuair as an umhlocht, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 109.216 . gur chealg ... ceard na n-uile ar a humhlocht by her humility , DDána 27a16 . do chuaidh a fhearg ar umhlacht `gentleness,' Dán Dé xvii 29 . is dá sheineascal cúirte i n-umhlacht aoise | a ghlún go talamh do threascaradh bíocum homage, courtesy (?), Keat. Poems 917 . fáth claonta a chinn san chroichse | d'umhlacht dúinn ... `serving us,' Ir. Monthly 1922, 252 § 23 ( DDána p. 164 ). ót umhlacht dot ollamhain indulgence , Ir. Monthly 1921, 112 § 5 ( DDána p. 253 ).

Art | ag a mbí ar uaislibh umhlacht `who commands all nobility,' Ir. Monthly 1928, 98 § 9 ( DDána p. 335 ).

téid an t-easbag a n-umhlocht prostrated himself (?), Ir. Texts i 39 § 22 .

A monastic obedience ( obedientia, see Du Cange, s.v. ; `obedience, a written precept or other formal instrument by which a superior in a religious order communicates to one of his subjects any special precept or instruction,' Cent. Dict., cited Oxf. D. s.v. obedience 4 ): do chuir an tathair F. umhlacht chuige as an Roimh do dénamh confirmasion ar an togha cedna, Gleanings² 53 . brathre do chur re humlacht gach aon taobh, 54.23 . imaille re humhlacht gach prouinsiail ... do beith accam, 72.19 . go ttáinicc amaille le humhlacht a uactaráin, 77.5 (=umhla 78.4 ).

As vn.: don dia dá ttugsam ar ttoil | caithidh umhlacht a easbaigh, Irish Texts i 40 § 28 . rí dá ollamh ag umhlacht, Ir. Monthly 1921, 112 § 4 ( DDána p. 253 ).