umus

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n `celery': ata[t] .iii. tarsuinn immidfodnad la Fēne: cainenn humus cumrai, Ériu xii 38 § 49 . See imus.

1 un?

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n un .i. sircaingnim `a constant benefit ,' O'Dav. 1614 .

2 un?

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n una soudh .i. soudh o un can cinuidh, ` washing .' Laws iii 62.8 Comm. (a gloss on enuda).

3 un

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adj one: ōen .i. un, ab eo quod est unus , Corm. Y 1001 .

ún?

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ind fuli foa ún, LL 116a30 .

una

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x see 2 un.

úna

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n f. hunger, famine (see ZCP xiii 37 - 8 ; xix 110 . Cf. núna of which it is a corruption accord. to Plummer, MS. notes. Cf. also áune): una .i. gorta, Lec. Gl. M 113 . `una' (v.l. úna) ainm do ghorta, Met. Gl. Ff. 26 . tomhail in laogh sin...ata an una (.i. gorta) fort, BNnÉ 4 § 6 . ticfa innd úne bēus ┐ ren t'uma ┐ t'īarand ar biad, ZCP viii 312.33 . pláigh nó una (v.l. nuna) nó duinebháth, BR 184.5 . una (.i. gorta) mór dodheachaidh a nÉrinn uile, Met. Dinds. iv 298.9 . g s. iar ccoscc úna ┐ ard-ghorta i ngach annóitt BNnÉ 273 § 248 .

únach

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n act of washing: ūnach quasi ā-nech .i. nighe in á .i. in chind; ar is á cach n-ard, Corm. Y 1288 . únach acus folcadh, BR 218.19 . Cf. únad.

unacht?

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ind ceathraimthe fiach in heo fri hunacht .i. tri ba ina cluais do tabhairt do re hunacht tighi a fir cairde, O'C. 567 (< H 3. 18, 282 ). O'Curry ad loc. suggests: ursain, but the simplest emendation would be: hudnacht.

? unad

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ind tuile feirgi .i. iumat feirge no unad feirge, O'C. 1887 [but the MS ( 23 P 3, f. 22a ) seems to have linad ... no iumat].

únad

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n act of cleansing, washing: oenchúra fhinn ┐ a furrthain d'fholcadh ┐ dunadh, Lism. L. 2921 . cís d'únadh acus d'fholcadh (v.l. cis dunaigh is dfolcadh) `a tribute in washing and in cleansing' (one of the daér-chísa), BR 222.22 .