? urain

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ind (=auráin? see RC xxxiii 97 ): is éol dam-sa ind ócbud | berte innurain (v.l. annurain, inurain inurrain) nellaig, Fianaig. 24.19 . Meyer suggests `who carry (= lead ) the vanguard of the combat ' (?) RC xxxiii 98 .

1 uráin

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x see airáin.

2 uráin

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Forms: uráin, oráin, eráin, furáin

n ā,f. salutation (?): uráin oráin [ā, f.], IGT, Decl. § 13 , § 42 . tig Ceilbe d'ḟáilte is d'ḟuráin | fri Dallán mac Machadáin `to greet and welcome,' Met. Dinds. iii 60.13 . (in Notes, 488 , ed. equates this word with eráin (uráin, furáin) `excess,' `advance':here `advancing to greet.'

Cf. urán.

? urainn

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ind cubu rainn (gl. usque ad crapulam), Ml. 98b2 . ?=cub urainn (=airain) or=cu bu rainn.

uraithmet

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n recollection (cf. foraithmet): esrad ┐ uraithmed ┐ aithfegadh, comlabra, ┐ comet, indaithmech, ┐ imagallaim, ┐ airneis (the eight qualifications of a `fethem') `' Cóic Conara 27 § 6 .

? uran

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ind aoth fri hurano, urano do urraidh, Ériu xiii 23.17 .

urán

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n o,m. heed, attention (?): cf. urán `courtesy, affability, civil talk ' P. O'C. : urán orán, IGT, Decl. § 35 . Clann Cuān can chol, | nar gann úran ar ollamh `who showed no small kindness to the bard,' Hy Fiachr. 204.8 . Here perh.: asoslaic Balám a gin fri athesc n-alaind n-imdil, | uran uair ba lán do rath, | ni rochan acht bennachad ( Num. xxii ), SR 4803 .

With do-gní; cuirid: ni dhenann nech uran fair ┐ ni dhenandsom uran for nech amhail nach bfaicfedh nech ... é, TBC 2458 St (=ní saig nech fair ┐ ní saigseom for nech ... LU 6299 ). is i comairle do ronsat can uidh gan urán do denum ar Ghalloibh `not to bestow attention or regard on', ALC i 300.26 (=cen uid cin chomurli ar Gallaib, Ann. Conn. 1230 § 5 ). do bhuail dá cáinedh féin do bhrígh nár chuir urán air iondus go ttugadh aire dhi (a courtesan whom a farmer had passed without noticing her), Mac Aingil 138.2 . nír áil le haeinfer acu uran na urgairdiugud do denum uirre, Ét. Celt. i 82.13 . ní derrna aenduine uran fuirre, ib. 15 . Cf. ced oráin ḟaghla dod th'ḟéin | d'ḟéil na Samhna d'onáir uaibh, IGT, Decl. ex. 906 .

? urbaid

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n (only in glossaries); urbaidh .i. coimed, ut est, is tu cu urbada fil la Ulta, O'C. 1482 (< H. 3. 18 p. 661a1 ) = urbadh .i. coimet, etc. O'C. 2075 (< H. 4. 22 p. 67 ). urbhaidh .i. coimhéd, as tú Cú urbhaidhe fil la hulltaibh .i. Cú coimhéda, O'Cl. Plummer MS Notes, suggests that here we have the word airbaid bane, destruction so that the meaning would be `a ravaging dog kept by the Ultonians?' But the original word may have been airbág ` contention ' cf. is tussa qu urbaga faili la Hultai, FB 11 (Voss.) = fer aurbága, LU 8147 .

urbairt

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n ā,f. urbairt (v.l. arbairt), IGT, Decl. § 42 .

urball

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x see erball.

urboth

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x see airboth and úarboth.