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úaignes,uainces n u,o,m. úaignes úainghes, IGT,Decl.
§ 38.20 . (a) solitude, state of beingalone :tig siad go maith
le beith 'na mbráithre, do bhrigh gur ionmhain leo an
t-uaigneas, Corp. Astron. 66 § 6 .ni fognunn cuisle andsa
75cas sin ... acht aipsdinens ┐ uaignes, Rosa Angl. 44.22 .
ní hionann is iad ní iarrann uaigneas, Keat. Poems 1454 .
(of Saturn)na daoine ar a stiúrann do chlaonadh chum
... uaignis, ┐ neamhdhúil cuideachtan, Corp. Astron. 62 § 2 .
ríoghradh an uaignis annoimh of the unusual loneliness ,
80 L. Cl. A. Buidhe 114.93 .co ndeachaidh d'íarraidh uaignesa
for Loch Ribh`to seek for solitude,' Mart. Don. July 23 .
d'fhaghail uaingis do denum cradhbaid a cein o chaidribh
na companach, Études Celt. i 88.20 .ar faghail uaingis
dó`when he was left alone,' ZCP vi 279.20 .bid dúlmhar
85san uaigneas, Corp. Astron. 66 § 5 .fuair an dream | brath
ar a bheith i n-uaignios, in solitude, alone , Studies 1928,
69.14 .do chaith seacht mbliaghna ... a nuaigneas o chaid-
reabh daoine, BNnÉ 157 § 6 .Déirdre ..., | ar u. ¤ ag nuall-
ghol ..., Keat. Poems 672 .cf. 848 .
(b) deserted,lonelycondition: (of a dwelling) úaignes a
5toigh ḟinn Ferghail, IGT,Decl. ex. 886 (= 1571 ).ar
uaigneas t'árais má féachtar`thy lonely hall,' DDána 122
.9 ( Ir. Monthly 1921, 508 ).Cf. saltair an abadh na hénar
| dob andamh in t-úaigneas, IGT,Decl. ex. 786 .gile na
gile do chonnarc ar slighe i n-uaigneas, E. O'Rahilly iv i ,
10 i n-uaigneas go dtéid dá chaoineadh, `into solitude' [? apart ]
xxxiv 112 .
(c)a lonely place, adesert: na sácramainte is sí an
phroinn, | an chruinne an t-uaigneas áluinn`desert,' DDána
20.27 ( Ir. Monthly 1928, 194 ).san uaigneas soin iar ndul
15duid, DDána 20 ( Ir. Monthly 1928, 193 ).ionann liom gach longphort
lán | is uaigneas d'éis mo chompán, Ir. Review 1913, 594.3 .
a cneas mar sneachta [i] n-úaigneas`untrodden snow,'
Carolan(ITS xvii)214.176 .
(d) desolation,ruin(lit. adesertorwilderness): do bhéura
20mé an tír chum uáignis, Lev. xxvi 32 .
(e)asecret place(of a castle):atpert E. ... co rachadh
fein d'iaraidh uaingis in caislein ina roibhe Aitilas`the
secret place of the castle
,' St. Ercuil 1208 .Cf: a n-uainges
in fasaigh-so bim`in the seclusion,' ZCP vi 36.29 .
25(f) leisure(?)(cf. úain):sāethar īar n-uaignis, ZCP vi
258.27 .
(g)anopportunityorchance (cf. úain):fuair Bibus uainges
on espoc, ┐ roimigh co hincleith asin cathraigh`escaped
the attention of the bishop
,' ZCP vi 295.10 . withAR(FOR)
30or gen.:co fagdaeis ath agus uaicnes ar imthecht a conair
eili uatha sin`to find opportunity,' Celt. Rev. iv 204z (of
a host hemmed in by its enemies).Cf. nach bhfuair Bran
faill iná fíor-uaigneas ar dhul go Diarmuid, Oss. iii 64.28 .
conidh amlaidh-sin fuair S. uainges imthechta`an oppor-
35tunity to escape
,' ZCP vi 292.23 .gan úaingnes iuil oideacht
`without any opportunity of learning instruction,' Rel. Celt.
ii 256.10 .Cf.:ni maith leam gan ūaigneas do bheith
agom ris an mbuidheachas sin ... do athscriobhadh sunn,
F v 4 f. 65 i . (note in the hand of Charles O'Conor, 1781).
40(h) Attrib.gen.:bean do sir ḟear n-úaigneasa | budh bean
ḟir at égmhuissea, IGT,Decl. ex. 1056 .
(i) in phr.:i n-u. ¤ in private oppd. toos aird in
public:
is de sin nach ibhid na Serristinigh fin os aird ...
cidhedh ibhit e a n-uaignius openly ... in private , Maund.
45 128 .
(j)oflying in wait(for):luighid a n-úaignios air a
nanmhannaibh féin, Prov. i 18 .

úaignige n iā,f.(úaignech) loneliness: úaignighe a hinber
the loneliness of its river-mouths , Anecd. i 25 § 5 .

50 úaignigid v g(úaignech)makes desolate or lonely: do leirg ...
ngil | con-gháir t'ḟaighthe do uaignigh`the baying of
hounds has made desolate
,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 540.4 ( DDána
p. 207 ).

úaignigud u m.(vn.ofúaignigid)act of making desolate,
55 devastating,deserting: nírbh annsa leo ar lár muighe | doimh
ag deunamh treabhuire | 'ná bró seng sguaibleabhur sguir
| dob fherr d'uaigniughadh fhásuigh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe
170.120 .in uair do-chonnaic Láegh in magh dá uaigniugud,
Comp.Con.C. 110.26 .

60 úa(i)gthe (later also with prothetic f.)io-iā(pp.ofúaigid)
joined(e.g.of planks),sewn,stitched,united: inar ... is é
úagthe osslethar, LU 6387 .assana uaigti`stitched,' CCath.
5338 .do c[h]uiredar amach ... a laīdenga fuaighthi fīr-ghasta,
ML² 652 .cubhachla clárfhuaighte`boarded apartments,'
65 FM vi 2252.10 .atá do ghliocassa fuaithe red thrócaire, Cars-
well 201 .
Cf. for múr Echach úaigthe clach | fiche forud ríg Temrach
`compact of stones,' Met. Dinds. iv 154.105 (v.l. snaigthi,
snaithi,naighti).

70 uail xseebail.

úailbe n iā,f.(cf. úalib, Ériu iii 85 § 155 ) fickleness,
restlessness: uáilbeetutmaille(gl.iuvenilia desideria),
Wb. 30b21 .ar is bés uáilbe is sain aní asberar indiet
dogníther(gl.numquid levitate usus sum?), 14c21 .in
75[= a n-] doc[h]osci fadesin ┐ a n-olc ┐ a n-vallbe (v.l.uaillbae),
ZCP iii 452.1 .
Cf. fuailfed.

úailbech adj o-ā(cf. úailbe) restless: bad ḟossud, ná bad úailbech
(v.l.fualbech, foailbech, fuaillbheach)`let him be steady,
80let him not be restless
,' Ériu iii 96 § 7 .
Cf. fuáilfed.

úailbetu n m.(úailbe) fickleness,restlessness: d s. con huail-
betaid ┐ discirri(gl.tumultuarie), Ml. 63b8 .

1 úaill xseesúaill.

85 2, 3 úaill xseeúall.

úa(i)lle n iā,f. pride,splendour: tria úalle a n-glond, LU 8428
( FB 29 ).a mhaiten bhán co nuaille (: gluaire), SG
56.28 .rád cin uaille(cheville), Fél. 88.2 .
Cf. Maol finnia fer cen hualla`haughtiness' FM i 558.3
(but AU 902 hascen hullaand a short vowel is required
5for consonance;leg. cen ḟulla?).