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udbra: ind in a passage about animals whichruminate(na
raip domela) and those which do not: uair nochar udhbra
a recht acht na ba ┐ na caíre ocus na gabhuir, H. 3. 17 c. 446
( O'D. 585 ). Probably fromad-opair.Cf. Laws iii 38.27 .

5 udbur: ind udhbur aigh(a cheville), ZCP viii 542.32 . (leg.
adbur?).

? udcain: ind cánóin, ar is cāin inn udcain, Corm. Y 393 .

ude ? ind gobung gaibther forsin crand (cethrav.l.) co ndam-
naiter a n-ude (amuidev.l.) i comulg (a combolg, i cumung
10 v.l.), Corm. Y 1268 .

udesta xseefesta.

udim xseeademm(aidimm).

udmad (vn.of denom. vb.udmaid, Pl.Cf. ugamaigid).
closingwith an `uidim'; `a woodenclogorhobble(?),'
15Plummer, Ériu x 118 .udmat .i. udamnad .i. crand forsin
cetra co ndamnaigter amuide a combolg indsin, Thr. Ir. Gl.
p. 43 =udmad .i. ud ┐ damnad .i. crand ar līas .i. gobung
(v.l.gobenn) gaibther forsin crand (v.l.cethra), co ndam-
naiter a n-ude (v.l.amuide) i comulg (v.l.a combolg, i
20cumuṅg), Corm. Y 1268 .udim .i.nomendond rōi triasa
tēit in crand bīs forsin clēith ocon udmad nō occa dūnad,
1269 . udhmadh.i. dúnadh`anenclosure ,' O'Cl. udhmadh
.i. ainm don ré ghadraigh trésa ttéid an crann bhios ar an
gcléith ag dúnadh ar na ceathraibh, no ar an áirnéis, O'Cl.
25 udhmadh.i. dúnadh`a closingfasteningorsecuring; also
to close fasten secure,' P. O'C. udhmadh `a writheband
one end of which is fastened to a hurdle of rods with a wooden
bar through the other end for securing cattle in their enclosure,'
ib.

30 udnacht,udnocht n afence,palisade(?):(O'Don. Suppl.,
Laws, Gl.);`thehurdle roofof a round house, upon which
the thatch was laid; apalisadeor hurdlefence, which
marked an inviolable sanctuary,' Mann. and Cust. iii 46 .
udnocht coil imbi, Laws iv 304.21 .eirigh ... go huillinn
35tighe inghine Úi B. ┐ tochail (v.l.tomais) tri troighthe ó
uillinn an tighe (v.l.on udhnocht) amach, ZCP x 14z . (of
Créide's house)a hudhnacht is a tuighi | d'eitibh én, Acall.
800 . SG 112. 3 (`roof' SG ii 121 ).tech ... | soilsidir bid
hi lugburt | ose cen udnucht n-imbi, Thes. ii 294.16 .cach
40eclais a hudnocht`hurdle fence,' ZCP xvii 53.40 ( Arch.
iii 227 ).ag so an t-udhnacht gá fhoghail(of ruin of a sheep-
pen), Studies 1931, 81.13 .teach ór thuit a udnacht dé,
P.Bocht 32.2 .

údtraisg ? n gur oibrigh an cumhgach i rabhadar, ┐ an
45rumáil a rinneadar udhtraisge a gcoirp, E. Ó Cl. 73 (editor
comparesutrais`molestation,disturbance ' O'R.;cf.also
utraiseach` vexatious,uneasy 'ib.).

? udurpairt: n ro faslaidh M. for A. a n-udurpairt a ndis
dona deibh, BB 412b44 . Probably forudhpairt; see
50 udbairt.

ueoss xseebéus.

ueronenstae adj io-iā Veronese: Sg 8a12 (gl.Veronensis).

uérsa n verse, a verse: aon bá dearscnaighthi do ghaoidhel-
aibh i llegionn, i ccanntaireacht, ┐ a ndénamh uérsa, FM
55 iii 208.4 .mailli re uersaidhip ... do dēnam dōip, Fl. Earls
36.17 .Cf. fers.

uersdénmaidecht n versification: duine is comdese tanic
do Gaidelaib riam i llegund ┐ hi cantarecht ┐ a uersden-
maidecht, Ann. Conn. 1224 § 7 . ALC i 270 (=a ndénamh
60uérsa, FM).

uestalla,uestallda adj vestal: oguestalla avestal virgin ,
Rawl. 73b27 .a tendti bidhbe[o]da [i]na tempull Vestallda
(v.l.iudalta), CCath. 423 .

ufad xseeuthud.

65 uffolgach,uffulcach adj snorting,gasping(?): seitfedhach ┐
uffolgach (v.l.uffulccach) na n-anradh ic urgabhail an-anala,
CCath. 5870 .

1 ug: xsee1 og.

2 ug: xsee2 og.

70 uga: n ra chuala ... an riogan sa comhradh ┐ uga Laighen
má fer` conversationandtalk ,' TFrag. 178.14 .féinid
masclach mór-delba, | fa uga do chaith a crád | ca maith
as buga bronntar`has in profusion spent his wealth,' Hy.
Fiachr. 296. 1 .Cf. uccu.

75 ugach xseeogach.

ugadart n apparently somedishor article offood: co hoenach
craois, co hugadart, Aisl. MC 127.23 .

ugaim n plough-traces,harness:seeaidemm.

ugain? ind rolínad in uáim do boltnugad ... amail bid o ugain
80┐ o fhín, LB 135a44 . Plummer suggests readingu(n)gain
(Lat.unguentum, ointment ).

ugal n(Lat.oculus)aneye: suba luba fo lubaib | ugail (.i.
súli) troga dír drogain, LU 50a marg. sup.

ug(a)maigid v g(ugaim) harnesses: ughamuigh na heich,
85 Jer. xlvi 4 .do ughmuidh a asal, Gen. xxii 3 .Cf. udmad.

ugdar: xseeaugtar.