úsúrach

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adj o-ā usurious: stiúraidh an phlainéid so (i.e. Saturn) ar na daoine ... úsúracha, Corp. Astron. 62 § 2 .

út

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Forms: út, ót, ód, ád, bheanód

demons. adj. (rarely ót, see below).

I

(a) of space- position yon, yonder: táet cet láech úaib lasin n-ingin út, LU 5935 . atá cómarli lim ..., fastud in trir churad út ocaind, 8829 ( FB 62 ). ni daimet ind fir út fair, LU 9001 ( FB 75 ). nir bo gnáth in corthe ūt fo ēnaib, LL 121b34 . is dethitiu don Liath Macha in corp út, ar C. 122a24 . eircc do saighidh na heillte útt ar in tsleibh, BNnÉ 12 § 8 . eirg amach ... cosin fer ut, Arch. iii 309.11 . With voc.: a hóclaig út , SR 3760 .

(b) the aforementioned, the ... of whom you (we) are thinking: in t-en bec ut, Thes. ii 343.14 ( Hy. v Comm. ). in bantrebtach ut, 345.40 . corostuicdis cret in fuil ut ... tanic a slis himaigine Crist, PH 14 . rogairm in mí-ocoburach mallachtach ut cu praind, 88 . in fer ut tanic, 92 . co tuitet ... i mbrágtib na n-ocht mbiast mbru- thach út, LU 2157 ( FA 22 ; ucut LB). tairsiu isan suidhi sea ┐ ber na bretha luatha ud do chach pronounce those quick judgments (that you have been speaking of ) ZCP xiii 179.7 . an t-ainmidhe egennsa út, BNnÉ 104.6 . in cailech ut romarbais, Ériu iii 198.2 . an marcach úd an eich bháin, TSh. 37 . an dara gné phéine úd, 2043 . an t-ubhall úd na haithne, 3331 . an bhean úd, Keat. Poems 76 .

ót (ód), as independent demons. is rare; in one of Keat- ing's poems, of which every line ends in a syll. containing stressed -ó-, there are four exx. e.g. i gcéimibh na gcruadh- laoch ód 294 . See also 316 , 351 , 371 (all in same poem).

II As suffix, when it has also the forms —ód, ád, the final consonant of the noun to which it is joined retaining its natural quality: ag oireamhuin don fhocal bhíos roimhe bhíos an barr madh cáol no leathan é, mar atá an fearúd ... an fearód ... an fearád, mac an fhiriúd 'san fhireód 'san fhireád, cóir, iar ccáoladh leis an bfhocal, IGT, Introd. § 149 . balg ... an Rémuinneód (: cuinneóg) ib. an bloghúd (: cogús) IGT, Decl. ex. 923 . <cf. an ga úd, an t-ua ūd, IGT, Introd. § 91 >. With voc.: a bheanód , DDána 37.16 . Freq. suff. to advbs. such as anall, tall, anúas, túas, etc. (q.v.). See Gadelica 187 .

Cf. sút.

utaing

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n (in bérla na filed) act of keeping, preserving: Dond na ndúl dom utaing (.i. dom choimhét) féin, | dom nōudh rém ré co roibh, ZCP v 484 § 10 = ZCP iii 378 .

Cf. ar-utaing, con-utaing.

útamáil

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vn act of fumbling (with), botching, bungling : a maoin dā n-útamáil Celtica iv 107 § 3 . útamáil Dinn .

? uteclaim

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ind cen da uteclaim (gl. sine exceptione), Ml. 35a13 . Thurneysen suggests cen na uteclaim `without any exception'; whereas Strachan takes it to be cen teclaim dau `without his making selection,' Thes. i 82 n.

uth, úth

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Forms: uth, uth

n m. an udder: úth bó `a cow's udder,' P. O'C. uth .i. ōn tshuth .i. ōn loimm asberar, Corm. Y 1283 . uth (gl. mammula), Ir. Gl. 102 . uth (gl. uber), 1056 . trí aithgine in domuin: brú mná, uth bó, ness gobann, Triads 148 . mad se a huth uile ro milled and, ... mas iat a ceithri tsine ro milled and, Laws iii 364.12 . mas e a huth is easbadach uirre (of a mare), 374.1 . is amhlaidh fuair é, ┐ uth mór bainne aicce (of a kid), ZCP x 16.17 . an capall amail in boin iter erball ┐ indfad ┐ uth, Laws iii 378.10 . mas as in uth talladh in lacht, ... mas as in lestur, 230.5 . in tainmrainne geabus in sine isin uth `the proportion which the teat bears to the udder,' 366.6 . cor' delbsat ... .ccc. bo cranda co lin[n]paitib dubodraib ina [n]gablaib ar son delae .i. uithi, Dinds. § 46 .

Cf. ineth cethri mbó bith i n-uth dond rechtaire, ZCP viii 316.9 .

Metaph.: (of something weak and worthless ) cia dober in nertsa? Conachta. nisnagamur, or se uth bo bruithi sin `a boiled cow's udder are they,' Ériu v 238.114 =uth bó bruithi do bior a baramail do cathbhuidnib ... Connacht MR 124.9 . ? drech ollaman, huth curudh, ZCP xii 364.24 .

Compd.: ? uith-brig (` udder-strength ' Plummer): trí cheat bó cona n-úith brigh (: Duibhthriuin) `with their distended udders,' BR 172.17 (v.l. co nui brigh).

-uthach

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adj o-ā (uth) ` having an udder ,' P. O'C. ; productive: ar an muir moruthaigh .i. mor torthaigh, (gl. on muir mothuch), Leb. Gab. i 256 n. 2 .

uthamad

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ind lemlacht isin naladri a nuthamadh fortamail, BB 204b23 ; corrupt. The true reading seems to be: fria tamad for talam. Cf. Todd Nenn. 136 .

uthfaig

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x see uthud.

? uthmhar

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adj great-uddered: uthmara (MSS. uathmara) lachtmara 'great-uddered, abundant in milk' Ériu lii 68 .

uthud

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n name of a disease of sheep: liath ┐ uthud do caóirib. O'C. 1103 (< H. 3. 18, 447 ). is iat so na gallraibh bunaidh ... liath ┐ ufadh do chaorchaibh, O'C. 297 (< H. 3. 18, 163 ). liath ┐ uthfaigh ┐ idha do chaoire, O'D. 803 (< H. 3. 17, 575 ).