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úsca n lard,grease (< Lat.axungia, Stokes, Arch. iii 214 ;
Meyer, Aisl. MC,Gloss. s.v. ):usga, tuis, boladh, tócht,
80Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 615 . For meanings herecf. P. O'C. cited
underúsc).usqaquasisusge .i. geir suis (.i. na muici),
Corm. Y 1286 .tumud na cainnell a geir ┐ uscca in carna
`the candles to be dipped in tallow and the grease of the flesh
meat
,' Laws ii 252.2 .g s. loch do braisig belaiche | fó barr
85úscai olordai`under a cream of oozy lard,' Aisl. MC 37.31
(=uscu 121.2 ).tar tibrén úscai olorda, 85.19 .ic gabāil
ēisc ... dona dubān smera, cona riamnaigh uscai, cona
slait geired, 122.2 .

úscaide adj io-iā(úsca) lardy,greasy: āssaidh in dubcheō
uscaidhe immund, Aisl. MC 121.33 .co tāncator na dá
5doirseoir imach ... cona ceo uscaide dībh, 123.15 .

uscar n anornament, ajewel: uscar(cóir, osgar lochdachón
chéill sin), IGT,Decl. § 17 .sról mar chraiter lé (v.l.re)
cumail | caiter ór le husgaraib lochdach [probably the correct
form would be:usgraib], ex.738 .teagh budh lia uscar
10órdha`golden jewels,' Studies 1924, 244 § 24 .

uscarach adj o-ā(uscar) ornamented, having jewels: Ofclothes:
cotún síoda ... eangach iallach usgarach go ndealbhuibh
nen`a silken jerkin ... gusseted, corded, ornamented...,'
Rel. Celt. ii 260.37 .do chuiredh ar a uachtar sin sgaball ...
15iallach usgarach, 262.11 .Of alady: ní thuigim gur
cubhaidh do churadh ... | ná d'inghin uscaraigh`high-
minded lady
,' Ó Bruad. i 124 § iv .Of ahouse: foirghniomh
ómrach óirdneach altach | uscarach (v.l.usgurtach), 168
§ lxvii .

20 uscardad n m. act ofejecting,casting out: iad ag usgardadh
┐ ag athchor a chéile go bronn-lár ... na bruidhne sin, TSh.
6648 .
Cf. escartaid.

uscuirid ? v pass. pres. Ráith Bregh d'aithle esbartan | le
25fer nAichle uscuirtear, IGT,Decl. ex. 293 .

úscda adj io-iā(úsca) greasy,resin-coloured: alath, odhar,
usgdha, erc, irfind(the vowels indath-ogam) ` resinous ,'
Auraic. 5701 .
Cf. úscaide.

30 uss-,oss- prep.Only in composition, see Thurn. ZCP viii 81 .

ussin,usine,uisin n pl. thetemplesof thehead: ranc didiu,
it é na huisin(hussin, Bodl.husineLB)arda, Corm. Y 1091
(`the high temples,' Corm. Tr. 143 ).d p. Furbaidhe Fer
bend .i. da beind batar ina uisinib, Dinds. 88 =for a uisnibh,
35 BB 394a21 (:fora chind, Met. Dinds. iv 32.27 ).fá'n
dtromlot d'imthigh ar chineadh na ríogh mórdha, | trea-
bhann óm uiseannaibh uisce go scímghlórach`waters
plough their way from my temples
,' E. O'Rahilly xxi 22 .
isionna, xxxviii 61 v.l.

40 ussinech xseeossineach.

ustaing v(< ONhúsping, Marstrander, Bidrag. 133 ):ustaing
.i. ūas-toinges .i. na ūaisle ca toinge imma comall, Corm. Y
1294 .(Possibly extracted from:immus-toing.Cf. imm-
toing
).

45 ustud-bolg n(=etsad-b.)m. treasure-bag: g s. consuighedh
in fer ... chuige, co mbidh for lár a ustudh-builg(of an
octopus), Met. Dinds. iv 294.22 . Seeetsad.

úsúrach adj o-ā usurious: stiúraidh an phlainéid so (i.e.Saturn)
ar na daoine ... úsúracha, Corp. Astron. 62 § 2 .

50 út demons.adj.(rarelyót, see below). I (a)of space-
positionyon,yonder: táet cet láech úaib lasin n-ingin út,
LU 5935 .atá cómarli lim ..., fastud in trir churad út
ocaind, 8829 ( FB 62 ).ni daimet ind fir út fair, LU 9001 ( FB
75 ).nir bo gnáth in corthe ūt fo ēnaib, LL 121b34 .is
55dethitiu don Liath Machain corp út, ar C. 122a24 .eircc
do saighidh na heillte útt ar in tsleibh, BNnÉ 12 § 8 .eirg
amach ... cosin fer ut, Arch. iii 309.11 . With voc.:a
hóclaigút , SR 3760 . (b)theaforementioned, the ...of
whom you (we) are thinking:
in t-en bec ut, Thes. ii 343.14
60( Hy. v Comm. ).in bantrebtach ut, 345.40 .corostuicdis
cret in fuil ut ... tanic a slis himaigine Crist, PH 14 .rogairm
in mí-ocoburach mallachtach ut cu praind, 88 .in fer ut
tanic, 92 .co tuitet ... i mbrágtib na n-ocht mbiast mbru-
thach út, LU 2157 ( FA 22 ;ucutLB).tairsiu isan suidhi
65sea ┐ ber na bretha luatha ud do chach pronounce those
quick judgments (that you have been speaking of
) ZCP xiii
179.7 .an t-ainmidhe egennsa út, BNnÉ 104.6 .in cailech
ut romarbais, Ériu iii 198.2 .an marcach úd an eich bháin,
TSh. 37 .an dara gné phéine úd, 2043 .an t-ubhall úd na
70haithne, 3331 .an bhean úd, Keat. Poems 76 .
ót(ód), as independent demons. is rare; in one of Keat-
ing's poems, of which every line ends in a syll. containing
stressed -ó-, there are four exx.e.g. i gcéimibh na gcruadh-
laoch ód 294 . See also 316 , 351 , 371 (all in same poem).
75 IIAssuffix, when it has also the forms —ód,ád, the final
consonant of the noun to which it is joined retaining its
natural quality:ag oireamhuin don fhocal bhíos roimhe
bhíos an barr madh cáol no leathan é, mar atá an fearúd ...
an fearód ... an fearád, mac an fhiriúd 'san fhireód 'san
80fhireád, cóir, iar ccáoladh leis an bfhocal, IGT,Introd.
§ 149 .balg ... an Rémuinneód (: cuinneóg) ib. an bloghúd
(: cogús) IGT,Decl. ex. 923 . <cf. an ga úd, an t-ua ūd, IGT,
Introd. § 91 >. With voc.:abheanód , DDána 37.16 . Freq.
suff. to advbs. such asanall,tall,anúas,túas,etc.(q.v.).
85See Gadelica 187 .
Cf. sút.