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 ).

utlach, ultach

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n o (s), m. (earlier n. ?) (uth + -lach, LEIA U-31 ) a lapful: ultach cnó, IGT, Decl. § 11 . dosbert Patraic utlach do bissib óigrid conusléic for lár, Thr. Hom. 6. 20 = (g s.) co torinol lán a utlaig do bisib ega, Trip. 10.26 (= sinum implens Lat. Lives 46 ). duine ... ┐ ultach do bharrach lín aige `armful,' TSh. 418 . pl. marcsluag side ... ┐ utlaigi do eitib en find ina n-ochtaibh do thuighi in tighi, IT iii 195.6 ( YBL 184a ). tecait ... ┐ a n-utlaige do grissaig ina caslaib, Fél. 40.20 . dochonnac ... cethrar ridired ar echaib ┐ ultaig óir acu, SG 303.18 . Compd.: utlach-brosna: no beredh utlach-brossnada mora do slisnib na fuat le `lap- faggots' i.e. lapfuls of firewood , CCath. 3978 .

Cf. urtlach.

utmaille

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n , f. movement, restlessness, unsteadiness, in- stability: na bí for udmaille .i. ná bí ag siubhal, O'Cl. s.v. udmall. n s. ni táirci lessu utmille, Wb 27a28 . Cf. uáilbe et utmaille, 30b21 . utmaildi choirp `restlessness of body' Ériu vii 172.10 . utmuille et déess et foigde nosṅguidsom ... arna robat leu in pecthisi, Wb. 25b9 . ni maith do cleiriuch utmoille, acht muna dichuirther ar eiccin, BNnÉ 302.4 . trí seithir deirmiten: tromdatu, espatu, utmaille ` flightiness ,' Triads 214 . as olc an ferg ┐ an udmhoille cum comairled `anger and haste are bad counsellors,' Ériu v 128.25 . a d s. ar a n-uati ┐ a n-utmailli, Ml. 123a2 ; 5 . eter foss nō utmailli (.i. cid for imtecht), Thes. ii 300.1 ( Hy. i 3 ). ro gabh in long for crith ┐ for utmaille, CCath. 2120 . Cf. 3538 . atcota echlach utmaille, Anecd. iii 11.17 =ad-cota etla utmailli (v.l. eadla udmalle; eclai udmoilli), Thurn. Zu. Ir. Hss. u. Lit. 13.14 (R. M. Smith suggests: adcota ecla utmailli `fear begets uneasiness' RC xlv 18 ). nī bī ina ṡocht itir, acht ō luc do lucc iter utmaille ┐ labhrai, Corm. Y 422 . dag-días cen utmaille fill, | dá mac Smucaille `free from shifty treachery' (lit. shiftness of treachery ), Met. Dinds. iii 270.23 . inísliged he fen, for utmailli ┐ ercraide ind flaithiusa saegulla i fil, PH 4256 . cobsaigh- [e]acht īar n-utmaille (udutmaille MS.) ` levity ,' ZCP vi 258.29 . síu nobheinn for udmhaille | ag siredh na mbenn, Buile S. § 40.23 .

Cf. na cuir do ghnodhaidhe a n-eadtruime agus na [sic] a n-udmaille, Instructio 204.4 (seems to refer to vagando, p. 80 ). o'd connairc F. Oilill ar in udmhailli sin ... ar na dílsiugadh d'a thuathaib `in this predicament' [i.e. uncer - tainty, state of irresolution ], Celt. Rev. iv 16.20 . do iom- poidh a n-aigneadh a n-udmhaille `their courage turned into unsteadiness' [i.e. irresolution ] ML 142.6 . g s. dobeir demon cuitmide spirat utmaille for cāch, ZCP iii 33.9 . BNnÉ 311 . The sense mental confusion is common: ro fhéch Suibhne suas iarum co rolíon ... folúamain ┐ udmhaille `restlessness and unquiet filled him' Buile S. § 11 . utmailli t'inntinne, Instructio 203.13 .

With menman: is ed ro-toirmisc umpu, cotlud aimsire ┐ utmaille menman wandering of mind i.e. inattention (at prayer), PH 3035 . re himsnim ┐ ré hudmailli menman a los a fir, TTebe 1342 . ní cian tra baoísiumh i n-udmaille moir menman `in a depressed state of mind,' FM v 1612.13 . do chóidh an bás sin Mhéguidhir i n-utmaille menman ┐ i n-inirte aiccnidh dUa Neill `caused a giddiness of spirits, vi 2164.1 . ro ghabh ... dásacht ┐ utmoille mór menman Ua D. `anxiety of mind,' vi 2290.16 . ro ghabh udmhaille mhór iad, ML 70.23 .

In Laws of shifting the grounds of action in a suit: útmaille tacrai (tacra fergach, add., LB) `shifting one's pleading' i.e. one of the seventeen signs of bad pleading, Tec. Corm. § 22.15 = utmaille tacrai, Thurn. Zu. Ir. Hss. u. Lit. 17 (utmailli; udmaille v.l.). ái útmaille `an unsteady arguing' (i.e. one of the worst arguings before an assembly), Tec. Corm. § 25.5 . mesam ai udmailli, Arch. iii 230.151 ( ZCP xvii 68 ).

Of temporary as opposed to permanent residence: nach beth do chuibhdeas leo aithris a haitighthe agas a hiostadh do chur a ccosmhuileacht ris an tir or thriallsad iar mbuna- dhus, no iar nudmhuille, MS. Mat. 578.34 .

mobility, quickness: udhmaille adhmhaille ` quickness swiftness, fleetness, activity ,' P. O'C. Cuimnigh, ar in t-ain- geal, utmoille na cos sin do dortadh fola=meminisse debes quam veloces erant pedes tui, Aisl. Tund. viii § 5 . is lugu a n-utmailli 'na [sic leg. Plummer MS. Notes] ceathrib, Laws iv 98.24 . rogab Eber descert ... | co n-a utmaille cona chommus | co na binnius `with its activity,' Todd Nenn. 252.7 .

As vn. (cf. also exx. with for above) rogab-si fo (leg. for?) utmailli ┐ siubal sechnon na cathrach (of Dido) `she fell into unrest,' Aen. 707 . enlaithi ... do beith ... ac udmaille do sír gan anadh gan fhosad orra `flitting,' RC xxviii 310 § 5 .