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(f)úarad u,m.(vn.ofúaraid)becoming or making cold;
cooling;alleviation: ionann ... an crapadh ┐ an fuaradh
70cluas úd ┐ gan milse bhriathar nDé do fhromhadh, ná giall
dóibh, TSh. 1633 .na cluasa do bheith ar gcrapadh ┐ ar
bhfuaradh(one of the signs of death), 1611 .fuaradh na
mball leath ar leath | an t-uabhar ann ba aithreach, DDána
27.6 .ar bhfuaradh dot fhuil | daoibh ót uabhar do b'ions-
75guir, DDána 56.13 .cois Laoi theas marbh tá air
fuaradh`cold in death,' E. O'Rahilly xvi 39 .cuir
Lásarus do thúmadh bhairr a mheóir a nuisge, agus
dḟuaradh mo theangadh, Luke xvi 24 . Attrib.gen.:
brigfuartha a cooling effect , Mackinnon Cat. 38.34 .
80 déanaidh fuaradh`calm thyself,' Content. xi 16 .dá
fhuaradh eadh tamaill | bean dom uabhar urruim,
PBocht 22.20 .Of thecoolingoffriendship: fuaradh
carad fa chéili, Studies 1921, 588.2 .síona a foghair
ar bfuaradh, Gleanings² 29 § 3 . alleviation,relief:
85 fúaradh,fionn-fhúaradh`a refreshing,' Kirk .faoiseamh,
fuaradh ib.( Eg. Gl. 315 ; 342 ).is lór do ghoimh ionnta
nach bí fuaradh ná furtacht ... ag neach ionnta (of the
pains of Hell), TSh. 6565 .ní féadtar a bhfulang sin,
| sneachta garbh tré ghaoith gheimhridh, | gríos na
huamhadh gach ré n-am | bhíos 'na fhuaradh don anam,
5 TSh. 6221 .Cf. Dán Dé v 41 .créd é an fúaradh atá agum,
Job xvi 6 .dobhéraidh mé fúaradh dháoibh`I will refresh
you
,' Matthew xi 28 .sin uaman a mbiadh dá mbinn | do
bhiadh fuaradh dom intinn, O'Gr. Cat. 453.9 .ler cuir
sinn d'eol ar m'uabar | fuarad linn deor do deneam,
10Quiggin, Prolegomena 50.22 .is eadh is fuaradh do ghiolla
an ghabhann, an tan bhíos ag briseadh a chroidhe go beith
tuirseach ... dhó ag séideadh na mbolg, a chor do thuargain
an iarainn,etc., TSh. 6207 .an uáir thiocfus aimsear an
ḟuáraidh ó ḟiádhnuise an tighearna, Acts iii 19 .gearr mo
15ré ḟúaraidh ar t'ḟeart | mé ar dá n-úaghuibh ag imtheachd,
IGT,Decl. ex. 1108 .fuaradh bhar n-each, a fhir chró,
| creach nó [a] dhó libh re dá lá, DDána 106.17 .beris
Conall ..., ar crechaib Chruachna na cnead | d'eachaib
fuartha na fenned relay horses , Met. Dinds. iii 358.52 .
20 Cf. capoill díomhaoine, nó fuartha`fresh horses' Begley-
MacCurtin(s.v. fresh).
In the phr. :cen úarad ceaselessly, without respite, delay :
bennacht Críst cen uaradh | ar sil mbuadach mBrain,
Anecd. ii 33.2 .mór, trá, buáine in cathaigthi ... cen
25tairisimh, cen úarad, TTr.² 1035 .robo difulaing ruathar
in rig ag tesgad na trenfer gan fuarad, Ériu viii 50.22 .
andsin tāncatar mic Mīled ... | a hEspāin cen uarad, ZCP
xiii 364.2 .Cf. ib. 363.2 .do f[h]regair comrac Guill gan
fhuarad dā ēis, ML² 1892 .

30 ? uaradach: ind tiagait techta uaib co hAilech | co righ nErenn
n-uaradach, D iv 2,63rb 21 .Evidently corrupt. LL
301a39 has :nirradach, and the word should rime with
Cummascach.

(f)úaraid v ā(1 úar) grows,becomes coldor cool ;makes cold,
35 cools: cid ma fhuarait ┐ dubait do chossa i-trasta, PH
8131 .an tan chrapas ┐ fhuaras cluas an pheacthaigh lé
hoighreadh na hurchóide, TSh. 1649 .fuaraid a bruach
(of a wound), Ir. Texts v 3.26 .a comshuathad trina ceile
co fuara, ib. 9.6 .... an t-onchú | lear fuaradh fíoch an
40chuire, Ó Bruad. iii 50 .

úaraide adj io-iā cold: a ṡneac[h]ta huaraidhi i nDun Baithi
nib sam, Anecd. i 13.14 ( YBL 132a14 ).

(f)úaraigecht n f. cold: fuaraigecht agus fluichaigecht ag
tigernugad isna mnaibh, Ir. Texts v 12.16 .tecmaid in
45fuaraidecht sin ... o aer fuar do dul a mbel in maclaig
asteach, 26.12 .is maith i naigidh na fuaraidheachta ... é
(of properties of gold), O'Gr. Cat. 226.31 .fae imad no fae
tercacht ... na fuaraidhechta, Ir. Texts v 14.26 .ag toir-
measc fuaraigecht agus fliuchaigecht na mna, 12.12 .ar
50att na cnedh doniter o fhuaraigecht, 11.5 .Cf. 5.15 .an
uair ... anmuinnidhter an brigh tochlaightech o fuaraidecht
in craidhi, 24.3 .

(f)úaraigid v g grows, becomescoldor cool ; makes cold,cools:
d'éis ar ndíbheirge is teó ar ttoil, | breó ar bfírfheirge ros
55fuaraigh`the flame of our indignation has grown cold,'
Studies 1921, 589 .fa chath Oiligh níor ḟuaraigh ... file,
`never did poet cool towards,' TD 10.40 .do fhuaraigh tú
am righ righain, Ir. Texts ii 65 § 17 .

? uaran: ind forus uaran neith ..., O'C. 992 (< H 3.18 p. 425b ).
60The commentary seems to refer to the selling of property
outside thecrích.

úarán n(laterfúarán)m. aspring, `a wellspringorfountain,'
P. O'C. : fúarán úarán, IGT,Decl. § 35 . ūarān.i. ūar
a en .i. a uisque, Corm. Y 1290 .deoin .i. fuaran nó corr
65nó tibrait, O'Dav. 669 .bíodh thfúarán beannuighe, Prov.
v 18 .crocān a lāim gach leinim | gusin fūarān foithreamail,
ZCP viii 563 § 17 .iss é is fuaire and, uisce an uarain,
O'Dav. 669 .ochd bhféinnidhe as ḟearr a n-ágh | ar ceann
t'éindighi d'ḟúarán, IGT,Decl. ex. 1333 .romchuir in
70Coimdhe dom chrádh | hi richt égne ar gach n-úarán,
Anecd. i 26 § 14 .d'adarcaib ... | ro fhágsat imon uarán,
SG 121.28 .is samhuil ... dfúarán truáillighthe, duine
ionnruic ag tuitim síos a lathair an chiontoigh, Prov. xxv
26 .pl. tiobrada táobhghlana ┐ uarána ionnfhuara, Buile
75S. § 17 .tobair ┐ ḟuarána (uaranav.l.) ┐ srotha fíruisci,
CCath. 1742 .leathnuighthear thfúaráin amach, Prov.
v 16 .ilimud uarana, Stair Ercuil 1275 .dechmad trethan
┐ ūarān a tithe of [the produce of] salt and fresh waters , BColm.
52.26 .i gcrích Éireann na n-úarán, Ir. Monthly 1919,
80513.45 ( DDána p. 206 ).ic nahuaranaibse , LL 255a39 .
Metaph. :a fuarán eagna, Content. xvi 79 .ag sin
daoibh an fuarán fis`the knowledge-well,' ib. 98 .Of aharp:
a Niocláis, nocht an gcláirsigh ! | léig imtheacht don fhua-
ráin-se, Studies 1919, 611.1 .dob é ar bhfuarán geal on
85ghréin | an teagh, Measgra D. p 158.35 .
In place-names :is and sin dorónai P. an topur dianid
ainm Úaran Garad, Trip. 106.9 .luid co ránic Úarán
nGarad for Maig Aí, LU 7936 .téit ... i nUarán nGarad
la Connachta, LL 246b49 .co h-uaran Brain, Celt. Rev. x
345.12 .úarán Dhúine Máil, Buile S. § 40 .a grian-fhorais
5fhinn Fhuaráin, Ir. Monthly 1921, 331.43 ( DDána p. 306 ).
For further exx. see Onom.
Compd. : ¤ sruth:líonaid re hucht na n-ánrath | brúaigh
ísle na n-úaránshroth`spring-rivulets,' Studies 1921, 419.12 .