urtan

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Forms: artán

n (.i. villula), Ir. Gl. 111 , where Stokes emends to artán, `dim. of art, "a house " ... O'R.'

urtha, ortha

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Forms: orthad

v (<air-fo-eth, Ped. ii 514 . KZ xxx 74 - 5 ) sets out, goes: ipv. s. 2 urtha-su dún corrobtha do Ultaib , TBC 552 =orthá (.i. eirg) úan co rrobud do Ultaib, LU 4694 . orta co rís in corthe, 3334 . s. 3 orthad co luath, SR 6159 . pret. s. 3 urtha S. co robthaib do Ultaib , TBC 562 (luid, St.). urtha reme go Glend na Samaisce, 1527 (tainic roimi, St.). pl. 3 urthatar techta ó M. cosna Manib, 162 (dolottar, St.). urthatar techta úad co rrobthaib do Ultaib , 470 (cuiris, St.). (perhaps the form here is pass. pres., cf. hetha huaidib, LU 4481 . ) past subj. pl. 3 asbert ... ara n-urthaítís do Emain, LU 5098 (=ara naurthaitis, TBC² 613 ). Cf. urtha robud dó bring him warning TBC 1419 .

urthain

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x see furthain.

urthroit

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ind muc cach ailbin ┐ coera cach urtroit, O'Don. 1574 (< H 5. 15 p. 6a ).

urtlach

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n n. (?) (uth + -lach, LEIA U-31 ) lap, lapful: tecait na hingena ... ┐ a n-urtlaige do grísaig ina casslaib, Fél. LB xxxii (=utlaige, Fél. 40.20 ). cur' tinoil lan a urtlaig do phisibh oighridh, Lism.L. 81 (=utlaig, Trip. 10.26 ). Cf. utlach.

urtormach

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x see urmach.

úrugud

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n u, m. act of growing green; freshening, renewing: errach .i. ūrughad ōndī is uer , Corm. Y 563 . fri crínad, fri hurugud, SR 7284 . Of retouching a MS: acso in dara line don ṅ-urachadh, Thr. Ir. Gl. vi 3 .

urulad

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n uruladh .i. altóir, O'Cl. Cf. arula `' Du Cange. uruladh .i. altáir `an altar (vid. ulad) also calvary [sic] charnel house or churchyard ,' P. O'C. For ulad see ailad.

1 urusa

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x see airussa.

2 urusa

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ind uair nocha nas a dualgus féin ata eneclunn do, acht a dualgus a tiagherna do reir nurusa, O'D. 452 (< H. 3. 17 c. 348 ).

uruscall

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n `Some part of a carcase, exact meaning uncertain,' Met. Dinds. Gl. ; `some portion of an animal (breast ?)', Feis Tighe Chonáin, Vocab . ; `some joint of meat, or at least some part of a carcase ,' Gwynn, Hermathena xlviii 1933, 150 , Met. Dinds. Gl. béarad a droim ┐ a tarr ┐ a huruscall duit-si ┐ don inghin (of the distribution of a pig), Feis Tighe Chonáin 559 =a thúrusgal duitsi ` giblets ,' Oss. ii 152. 17 . The pl. seems to occur in the follg.: dromanna dronna ... | do druíthib, do doirseóirib; | uruscla (erescla, urusgail, uarasgala v.l.) ingen cen ach, Met. Dinds. i 26.179 (`the 'uruscla' belonged without question to the maidens,' v 125 ). iss ē ruc an mbret[h] ... immon curadmīr .i. an curadmīr di C[h]onall ┐ do L. ┐ nia-c[h]ōemdhacht Ulad do C[h]. .i. cind muc ┐ coerach ┐ urusglada ┐ cumchnámha, ZCP ix 176.2 (see Herm. cited above).