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una: xsee2 un.

úna n f. hunger,famine (see ZCP xiii 37 - 8 ; xix 110 .Cf.
núnaof which it is a corruption accord. to Plummer, MS.
notes.Cf.alsoáune):una .i. gorta, Lec. Gl. M 113 .
5 `una' (v.l.úna) ainm do ghorta, Met. Gl. Ff. 26 .tomhail
in laogh sin...ata an una (.i. gorta) fort, BNnÉ 4 § 6 .ticfa
innd úne bēus ┐ ren t'uma ┐ t'īarand ar biad, ZCP viii
312.33 .pláigh nó una (v.l.nuna) nó duinebháth, BR 184.5 .
una (.i. gorta) mór dodheachaidh a nÉrinn uile, Met. Dinds.
10 iv 298.9 .g s. iar ccoscc úna ┐ ard-ghorta i ngach annóitt
BNnÉ 273 § 248 .

únach n act ofwashing: ūnachquasiā-nech .i. nighe in á .i.
in chind; ar is á cach n-ard, Corm. Y 1288 .únach acus
folcadh, BR 218.19 .Cf. únad.

15 unacht? ind ceathraimthe fiach in heo fri hunacht .i. tri ba
ina cluais do tabhairt do re hunacht tighi a fir cairde, O'C.
567 (< H 3. 18,282 ). O'Curryad loc.suggests:ursain,
but the simplest emendation would be:hudnacht.

? unad: ind tuile feirgi .i. iumat feirge no unad feirge, O'C. 1887
20[but the MS ( 23 P 3,f. 22a ) seems to havelinad ... no
iumat].

únad n act ofcleansing,washing: oenchúra fhinn ┐ a furrthain
d'fholcadh ┐ dunadh, Lism. L. 2921 .cís d'únadh acus
d'fholcadh (v.l.cis dunaigh is dfolcadh)`a tribute in washing
25and in cleansing
' (one of thedaér-chísa), BR 222.22 .

unaid nseeiunaid treads(of acock).

unáir n unity; aunit: alter ainm do binair · issí chetne aram
sainigedar fri hunáir`that varies from unity,' Sg. 41b9 .
airim fri unair, Auraic. 688 ( 3317 ).

30 únasc xsee3 ó, Compds.

unchach? ind céim unchaig (: Murchaid), LL 48a49 .nocho
nasa a náirim | gním Laigen ard unchaig, SG 375.37 ( LL
302a46 ).

uncide? ind cad eat anmand uncide | muntire na trom-dama,
35 LL 27b55 .

undar,undse,undsea,undseo xseeuindim.

úne? ind oenach .i. úne each, Thr. Ir. Gl. 33 =ōenach .i. āine
(v.l. úne,une) ech, Corm. Y 1002 .

únfairt n f. act ofwallowing,rolling; unfairt unfais`a wallow-
40ing, tumbling, tossing, rolling
,' P. O'C. : Of people:go
gcuirid ... i ndoighir dhorcha ... dá n-únfairt ... iad, TSh.
6699 . (metaph.)bheith ... agá n-únfairt 'na n-olcaibh
féin do ghnáth, 7950 .do bhíodh sé dhá únfairt ag cur
chubhair [as a bhéul], Mark ix 20 .do bhí Amasa dhá
45aonfuirt a bhfuil, 2 Sam. xx 12 .Of aneagle: tuirling ...
i n-ionadh bhíos lán do luaithreadh, ┐ é féin d'únfairt ann,
TSh. 9288 .Of abeetle: go dtéid d'á unfairt féin ionnta,
Keat. i 4.10 .muc arna glanadh i n-únfairt laithighe`in
volutabro luti
,' TSh. 10439 .g s. do ḟill ... an mhuc ... do
50chum a hunfurta sa lathuigh, 2 Pet. ii 22 .

únfartach ind id.:do fhill ... an mhuc ... chum a húnfurtaigh,
2 Pet. ii 22(1681).

únfairthigid v g(únfairt) wallows,rolls: ipv. pl. 2 unfuir-
thighesibh féin a luaithreadh, Jerem. xxv 34 .

55 1 unga xseeungae.

2 unga,ungad xseeongad.

ungae,uinge n iā,f. I Anounce: `an ounce, aningot, the
12th part of a pound, an ounce weight,' P. O'C. (a)n s.
unga ab uncia latine (MS uncsia), Corm. Y 1292 .Cf.
60 69 .ungae(gl.uncia), Sg. 45b17 .unga, IGT,Decl. § 3 .
g s. clothdelggn-unga , Críth G. 346 ( Laws iv 322 ).lóg
leith ungae di muccib, Thes. ii 239.19 ( Arm. 17b ).d s.
intan testa a cethruime do'n cethramad unga, PH 3211 .
n p. .iii. ungai argait, Thes. ii 239.17 ( Arm. 17b ).a p.
65 do-rat do airchindechaib na sacart ... in trichait n-airgennte
sin .i. teora unga, co nd-ór(of Judas), PH 3210 .g p.
muince .iii.nungae , `a necklace of 3 ounces,' Thes. ii 239.18
( Arm. 17b ).bargen trichatungae (MSS uinge), Ériu iii
102 § 31a .coica n-unga n-óir ... cechtarde na da flesc
70(the wands of Moses and Aaron), SR 4327 .hisin prim-
chaindelbra ... trí cét n-uṅga ṅdergoir, 4340 .secht cét
uṅga sin mēis, 4349 .cóeca do chétaib uṅga | robae inna
comthrumma(of Goliath's breastplate), 5759 .d p. ar
chuic uṅgaib dec argait, SR 7712 .
75(b)n s. uinge, IGT,Decl. § 3 .uinge ┐ escra fiona, Laws
i 202.20 Comm. a s. in duine is [ḟ]iu uinge, v 392.18 Comm.
colla cāema na cruinde | nī fiū arna n-ēg āenuinge, Arch.
iii 238 § 11 .g s. direnar corruicce log n-uinge argit, Laws
v 382.2 .coruicce cumal n-uinge, 392.1 .screapoll cacha
80uinge`for every ounce,' 212x Comm. delg ṅuinge (.i.)
óir, Thr. Ir. Gl. 7 (=d. uṅga, Corm. Y 143 ).n a p. teora
uinge , O'D 2373 (< Rawl. 506 f. 44 ).secht n-uinge airgid,
Ériu xiii 46.26 .g p. comtrom .ui. fiched uinge d'iarund
aithleghtha, Laws v 16z Comm. tri fichit uinge dór, FM
85 ii 818.3 .mess ced nuinge do eideadh iodhbart ┐ aiffrend
C.`the value of one hundred ounces in vestments,' ALC i
108.15 .bouinde doat ... fiu trichad huinge, IT iii 238.105 .
tri céad uinge, Feis Tighe Chonáin 1345 .Cf. ar ceand
m'uincceadh ōir, 1321 .n du.:fail óir i rrabhattar dá
uinge, FM ii 1096.2 .
5 Fig.:is uinge airgdide(of St. Cainnech), Arch. iii 221.2 .
II`a technical term for the amount of alegal penalty,
rewardorprice; there were different kinds of Ungas, and the
value varied according to the kind and name,' Mann. and
Cust. iii 604 . `Unge in ye Irish is either small or greate.
10Unge Mor is 20d, unge beg is 10d.i. greate unge and small
unge,' KAJ iv (NS i), 455 ( Reg. of Clonmacnois,marg. note .
Cf. Mann. and Cust. iii 496 n. ). (a)unga chana domnaig
thefineof theSundaylaw: colpdach ... nó a llóg isí unga
chána domnaig insin`a heifer ... or its value, that is the
15ounce of the Law of Sunday
,' Ériu ii 208 § 30 .unga geim-
lech: co fargaibh da.c. dec bo, ... ┐ tri .xx. unga do argut
gil ina ungai geimleach`as his fetter-ounce' (i.e.`the price
of his release from his fetters; or his ransom
'), AU 1029 =
FM ii 818 .Cf. unga uaige, Fél. 96.26 . (b)ina huinge
20gheimhlidhe, ALC 1029 (= AU. FM cited above).uinnge
forceatuil deoda`the ounce for divine instruction,' Laws
iii 70 .Cf. cumul fichit seoit .i. da teagait dech mba .i.
leth n-uinge .i. dech n-uinge fire, Laws ii 276.22 (see ZCP
xiv 368 ).
25 III Adivisionoftime: di húair deac ┐ IIII brottae ┐
unga ┐ atom̄, Thes. ii 10.7 (`seems to mean an ostent, the
twelfth part of a moment
,' ib. n. f ).Cf. cethir brottae
┐ alarann deac brotto, 13.18 . See also MR p. 8 .