urlaide

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n f. smiting: deabhaidh, no cathughadh conflict, or fighting , O'Cl. `a fighting, skirmishing better urdlaidhe,' P.O'C. ; `act of smiting ,' TSh. Vocab . : Of blacksmiths: comtuarcaint ... na ndemhan amal urlaidi gobann a cerdcha `the sledging of smiths,' RC xxviii 320 § 41 . ba samalta fri hurlaidhi gabann hi cerdcha, Fianaig. 94.22 . áit 'na bhfuil ... uird ag urlaidhe (sc. hell), TSh. 6596 . an tan thuirsighthear san urlaidhe é (sc. the smith's boy), ib. 6210 . is a ic daes urlaide the strikers (in a forge), Laws iii 190.15 . (of the crucifixion ): is tú dochuaidh dar gcabhair | dot urlaidhe d'Íobhalaibh, Dán Dé vi 37 . do clos ann go hard | an crann fa cros dhearg | urlaighe na n-ord | ag drumshnoighe a dealg, PBocht 5.8 . is againne ata ... urrlaighi clainne Milead, RC xxxix 6 § 2 . urluighi arrachta, ZCP vi 275.5 . urluighe, ┐ iombualadh, Atl. iv 202z . ur[ṡ]laide na loirgfertus cat[h]a, CCath. 5921 . rí Uladh na hurlaidhi (v.l. urghaile) `of the conflict,' BR 156z . dearbh- thar dúinn t'úrluidhe `let thy blows be proved to us,' Oss. iii 158.11 . dobhadar ... ag tréanbhúaladh a cheile, gur bha clos a nélaibh nimhe na húrlaíghe sin, CF Eg. 237 . With do-gní; do rinneadar sin urlaighi agarbh ... ┐ tuargain throm-adhbhal, ML 138.6 . dorónsud ... urluidhi cen osudh, Stair Erc. 316 . cf. 1328 . With do-beir: tugadar iarum urrluighi ... diaroile, ib. 1694 . With gabaid: gur gab urrlaidi agarb ... don lainn ... baoi ina láimh orra, L. Chl. Suibhne § 9 . g s. ré dicracht a n-dían-buille, ┐ re h-imfhaicsi a n-urlaidi, Celt. Rev. iv 120.9 . lucht urluidhe i n-am feadhma, | clann Rughraidhe an ríghealbha, L.Cl.A. Buidhe 96.59 . roghabhsad a lamharma urluidhi cuca `slaying hand-weapons,' Stair Erc. 2186 . uird urluidhe oireachta, Top. Poems 124z . a d s. ni gabad curaid ... rena urlaighi nó rena imbualadh, Comp. Con C. 109.14 . ro bui ac sirbualadh Ercuil ... do thromurluigi thairpigh, Stair Erc. 296 . comba hord fri hurrluigi arderradh `a sledge to beat down,' 1249 . d p. mina thísad a n-urlaithibh so tar cenn mBrain, Anecd. i 44.23 . Cf. Baile Orluidhe ... ó urluidhe na laoch san chomhlann, Keat. ii 4941 .

urlaidecht

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Forms: urlaidheacht, urlaidheacht

n (cf. urlaide) smiting: urlaidheacht `striking fighting, beating,' P.O'C. urlaidheacht, ZCP iv 408. 21 . urlaigheacht athgarbh, Atl. iv 212y . d'á ndíon féin ar ḟuaim na h-úrluigheachta sin na n-óglaoch, ITS i 92.15 . ag éisdecht lé huirluidhecht na ndiabhal, RC xxiii 36.23 .

urláiste

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n m. (`ME orloge, or rather from the by-form orlage,' Gadelica 80 ) an hour-glass: urlaiste `a timekeeper, a horol[o]ge ,' P.O'C. amhail shnigheas gainimh na huaire san urláisde, TSh. 112 . Cf. urralaisti (gl. horologium), Ir. Gl. 1135 , and see oroláiste.

urlaithe

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adj .i. ésgaidh, O'Cl. Cf. aurlithe (irlithe) obedient .

urlaiti

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ind [u]rlaiti .i. umhaloid, ut est aes fognama [a]urlaiti, O'Dav. 1608 . See aurlatu and prec.

urlathacht

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Forms: urlatacht

n (aurlatu ?) subservience (?): nír gab [a] aigned uaman ná imsníom, urlathacht ná úrscáth, Caithr. Thoirdh. 131. 19 . Cf. urlatacht .i. umhlóid obeisance, humility , P. O'C.

urlethe

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ind tarrusduir doib ar an urlethi sin o ṡolusthráth eirge do lo, ZCP x 287.8 . Cf. urlaide?

urliti

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ind dobhrigh .i. urliti no aurlusta flatha, O'C. 473 (< H. 3. 18 p. 248 ).

? urmach

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ind can urmach do muic, O'D. 1655 (< H. 5. 15 p. 22b ) =urtormach, O'D. 2417 ( Rawl. B 506, 53 ).

úrmaire

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n freshness, verdure: na srotha do bheir úrmhuire don Pharrthas-so, Parrth. Anma 2a 19 .

? uróig

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Forms: aruroigh

v ` qualities ,' O'Don., Suppl., the ref. is to: ite a tri aruroigh in eclais a lesa d'acra for cach fofich fria, O'Don. 2190 (< Nero A vii p. 132b ad calc. ), where aruroigh seems to be a verbal form.