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uilnech,uillech adj o-ā(uilen) having elbows,angles,corners:
a nas lie uilnech and Ísu Crist`the corner-stone,' Wb. 21c6 .
epert as lie uilnech, Ml. 131c12 .a s f. mar chloich nuillig,
LB 185a31 .v s f. a c[h]ochuillech `O corner-stone' Hib.
85Min. 43.13 .g s. induilnig (gl.angularis), Ml. 131c12 .
Of ahood: di chocholl huillnech Aróin, SR 4510 .Of a
country: atchúala i nEspáin uillig ingin lesc-báin láech-
buillig`many-cornered,' Met. Dinds. i 8.37 .isin Espain
nuilligh nfuair, Leb. Gab. i 240.12 .Of pointed weapons:
sleg uillech órchrúi uasu, TBC 5428 .droṅga ... na sleg
5n-ard n-uillech mórchrui, TTr. 1451 ( LL 236b11 ).Aodh
díbh ro b'ḟogha uilleach`keen in onset,' Ir. Monthly 1924,
587 § 13 ( DDána p. 391 ) = Ir. Texts ii 18 .Of a tree:
eocrand ... uillech, BB 302b47 . IT iii 13 § 23 .
Compds.:broen ¤ :is mé Find, am féith fromtha, | co
10cléith brogtha bróen-uillig`of dripping edges,' Met. Dinds.
iii 234.10 .cleth ¤ :aonfer d'úib ... clethuillecha ...
Cinndergáin, Caithr. Thoirdh. 130.22 (not transld.).moel ¤ :
a glún-mhaol mhall mhaol-uilleach`O woman whose arms
are gently curved,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 165 § 21 ( DDána p.
15396 ).tre ¤ three-cornered: conice in Easpain uilide fodeas
.i. tre-uilleach, BB 3b17 .

uilt n f.(ultima)a finalsyllable: aiccend in uilt an accent on
the ultima
, Sg. 55b2 ; 3 . 215b6 .ar isin uilt biid aiccend
indib hi suidiu, 212a13 .intan nád ṁbí conson etir peneuilt
20┐ uilt isind anmmaimm chétnidiu, 54b3 .

1 uim(uimm?) n m. bronze: uim.i. uma, Corm. Y 1273
(uimm LL 179b ). O'Cl. uim.i. umha,ut estcim uim olus
nuim, O'Dav. 1609 (=cimm uim olas nuim hi puincerne
puinc, Corm. Y 304 ).g s. sgiath ōir ┐ imell n-uim (: muir),
25 ML² 2002 (ML hasn-úimh: túir, but the accent is
perhaps wrong in both words). uim.i. úmha` brassor
copperhalf refined from theore ,' P. O'C.

2 uim n` earth ': uim.i. talamh, O'Cl.uim (v.l.uaime,
umh) talamh go ttortaidhe, Met. Gl.,Ff. 67 .uim `.i.
30talamh the earth ratherum q.v.,' P. O'C.
Compd. ¤ chrith`anearthquake ,' P. O'C.

uime n iā,f.(om) rawness,crudeness: uimi ┐ reimi in adbuir,
RC xlix 42z .

uimir n f. number: nisfil crích ná uimir for immud a ecna
35(=non est numerus), LB 253b47 ( FA 1 ).umir na Trinoti,
LB 216a38 ( Aisl. MC 49 ).in umir séda, LB 42 ( Aisl. MC 51 ).
uimer anba dá mnāib, Celt. Rev. iv 206.28 .uibhir choir
na leabhar ata diadha, Luc. Fid. 283.20 .d'uibhir na
soighideóireadh, Isa. xxi 17 .ar uimhir na buidhne bhí na
40ndáil, Cúirt 75 .pl. Uibhreacha=Numbers, O.T. gen.fod
a n-uimreach, BB 33b45 .Leabhar na nUibhreach, Eoch-
airsg. 59.29 .do réir uibhre, Jer. ii 28 .

uimme: ind doreididh ... | mac meic Erimon armruaidh, cach
uimme ag loige a laime na vii maighe moraille, BB 44bz .
45Seeimm.

1 uinche n abattle: uinche .i. cath, O'Cl. See Stokes KZ
35 , 596 . Inn.l.:ó Chell Uinche, Gorm. May 2, gl. 1 .

2 uinche,unce n scarcity(?): for unce n-etha .i. uate ind
etha, LL 187c7 =unci, Rawl. 109b34 ( RC xxvi 28 ).uinchi
50(v.l.uinci) etha .i. ūaite (v.l.uaitni) ethae, Corm. Y 1274 .
See KZ xxxv 596 .

úinda? ind Uenerius úinda a Unia imlethain, LL 233a12
( TTr. 1180 ). Corrupt?cf. Venerius ex Inania TTr.² 666 .

uinde (vn.ofuindim)act ofseeing,beholding (see O'Brien,
55 Ériu xi 163 ):robethgator int aos creth aga huinde, Arch.
iii 310.22 .

uindeóc xseefuinneóc.

uindim v Isee (see O'Brien, Ériu xi 163 ):ni uindim aon-nin
am chin (.i. ni faicim aonlitir am lebhar), ZCP v 488 § 4 .
60 nir uindes dáe ba dilse (.i. ni facas duine ba tairisi), 489 § 12 .
Cf. unsea (.i. atchonnarc) ra dún anechtair, LL 265b44
( MU 26 ).unsea riu sain anair LL 266a28 ( MU 28 ). In Auraic.
649 , 1875 , 3351 , the formsuinnse,uinnsi, (unnse,uinnsi
1875 )ondarare explained asmasc. fem.andneut.respec-
65tively;cf. isse, issi, issed, iar Macaib Miled; uindius,
uindsi, ondor, iar Feraib Bolg, 1495 . O'Brien (l.c.) com-
pares the forms with `fil' and `ag so,' pointing out that they
can be followed by the acc.,e.g.:undseo mac ṁbec, TBC
5565 . He takesuinn-(uind-) to beimpv. sg. 2;-se,-si,
70 -seo,-searepresenting O. Ir.-siu, the emphasizing pron.
sg. 2;undar,ondar(onnar) (see exx. below), he takes as
pass. sg.Whatever their origin the forms correspond
generally in meaning to:there is;behold: (stirps) uinse
.r. ante .p. and, Sg. 3b29 .huinse albani asin dunad ...
75huindse ceithern gilla ara cend, TBC² 3430 .huinse Conall
Cernach sund, TBFr. § 28 (v.l. huinnse, RC xxiv 153 ).
huinnsi mu cheli hi nUaran G., IT iii 242.223 .caite deo-
chair eter se ┐ uinse? uindse cetumus sluind persainni
sainraidchi insin,ut dicitur: unse uait in fer saindriud
80cona anmaim,ut dixit poeta: unse chugut in gillgugan,
Auraic. 705 (=uindsi, Corm. Y 1103 ).cáte C. ? ... undse
sund tall, or F., LU 5752 (=huinse TBC² 1280 ).undseo
mac ṁbec ... eturru, TBC 5565 (uindsi v.l.).unse a ben
lasin ríg, TBFr. § 27 (v.l. uinnsi, RC xxiv 153 .huinnsi,
85 ZCP iv 45 ).uindsi .i. atā, ZCP v 484 § 7 ;cf. iii 378 ; v
487 §§ 11; 1 .ca hairm i fuil do thighernausa? ... uinnsi
thall é, ZCP viii 540 (cf. uindsi thall he .i. aici thall e, Lec.
Gl. 38 ).uinnsiu, a Froich, ... coeca sleg, ZCP xiii 175.24 .
cf. ib. 17 , 20 .uinnsi secht slan do chathig, Anecd. i
43.16 .Cf. undseo co lluath dotbia in tuath, LL 45b33
5(huaimse, Rawl. 86a2 ).undar dait sund comartha LU
5407 ( TBC² 930 ).ondar dossom in del chliss dia mescad
LU 5146 ( TBC² 663 ).Cf. ondat a baí issin tír ar far mbélaib,
TBFr. § 27 (impv. pl. 3?).