us(s)arb

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n death: ri rondet dousairb (.i. do bás) nUltaib (dousarb ar ultaib v.l.), Ériu ii 5. 12 (Amra Con Roí), hence: usarb .i. bās; unde dicitur isind Amra (v.l. amrath) C[h]onrōi: rī rodet dousairb ind-Ulltoib .i. rodet do Ulltaib a bās, Corm. Y 1267 . ussarb ut dixit, quasi ass-arb .i. asa orba beres nech fae, 1300 . `usarb' bas, Met. Gl. Ff. 65 . For etym. see Stokes, KZ xl 250 .

úsc

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Forms: usc, úsg

n lard, fat: usc ` grease, fat, sap, juice pith also gum incense vulgo usca,' P. O'C. úsg, IGT, Decl. § 96 . curtar úsc con ┐ sinnaigh ┐ mathgamna ┐ cait ... ann `dog's ... fat' (a medical recipe), O'Gr. Cat. 184.32 .

usca

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n in a list of agricultural implements: aicme ailme .i. arathar, ord, usca, epit, indeoin (the vowels in Ogam tírda), ` heather-brush (?),' Auraic. 5728 .

úsca

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n lard, grease (< Lat. axungia, Stokes, Arch. iii 214 ; Meyer, Aisl. MC, Gloss. s.v. ): usga, tuis, boladh, tócht, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 615 . For meanings here cf. P. O'C. cited under úsc). usqa quasi susge .i. geir suis (.i. na muici), Corm. Y 1286 . tumud na cainnell a geir ┐ uscca in carna `the candles to be dipped in tallow and the grease of the flesh meat,' Laws ii 252.2 . g s. loch do braisig belaiche | fó barr úscai olordai `under a cream of oozy lard,' Aisl. MC 37.31 (=uscu 121.2 ). tar tibrén úscai olorda, 85.19 . ic gabāil ēisc ... dona dubān smera, cona riamnaigh uscai, cona slait geired, 122.2 .

úscaide

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adj io-iā (úsca) lardy, greasy: āssaidh in dubcheō uscaidhe immund, Aisl. MC 121.33 . co tāncator na dá doirseoir imach ... cona ceo uscaide dībh, 123.15 .

uscar

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n an ornament, a jewel: uscar (cóir, osgar lochdach ón chéill sin), IGT, Decl. § 17 . sról mar chraiter lé (v.l. re) cumail | caiter ór le husgaraib lochdach [probably the correct form would be: usgraib], ex.738 . teagh budh lia uscar órdha `golden jewels,' Studies 1924, 244 § 24 .

uscarach

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adj o-ā (uscar) ornamented, having jewels: Of clothes: cotún síoda ... eangach iallach usgarach go ndealbhuibh nen `a silken jerkin ... gusseted, corded, ornamented ...,' Rel. Celt. ii 260.37 . do chuiredh ar a uachtar sin sgaball ... iallach usgarach, 262.11 . Of a lady: ní thuigim gur cubhaidh do churadh ... | ná d'inghin uscaraigh `high- minded lady,' Ó Bruad. i 124 § iv . Of a house: foirghniomh ómrach óirdneach altach | uscarach (v.l. usgurtach), 168 § lxvii .

uscardad

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n m. act of ejecting, casting out: iad ag usgardadh ┐ ag athchor a chéile go bronn-lár ... na bruidhne sin, TSh. 6648 .

Cf. escartaid.

uscuirid ?

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v pass. pres. Ráith Bregh d'aithle esbartan | le fer nAichle uscuirtear, IGT, Decl. ex. 293 .

úscda

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adj io-iā (úsca) greasy, resin-coloured: alath, odhar, usgdha, erc, irfind (the vowels in dath-ogam) ` resinous ,' Auraic. 5701 .

Cf. úscaide.

úsmhuirecht

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see úsaracht.