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1 úathach

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adj I o-ā (1 úath) horrible, dreadful: arnād rīs iffernn ūathach | ateoch in ríg ..., Thes. ii 353.5 ( Hy. vi 20 ). nebbuith fri éthech nūathach `not to be at hateful lying,' Ériu ii 64 § 6 . in n-indsib inn aceoin uathaigh, YBL 12a5 (Snedgus u.¤ MacR.). a uathbas .i. inni is uathach leis amail bas, Laws v 298.18 Comm.

n II Subst. m. and f. doithir cach n-úathach , Arch. iii 229.107 . As npr. m.: Uathach ainm in mhic, Duan. F. i 42.26 . As npr., f., name of princess who taught Cú Chulainn warlike feats, TBC 3007 . ITS xxiv 22.9 ; 46.35 . As epithet: Eithne Úathach ... is de ba hEithne Ú.¤ a hainmse ardaig nos aigtis in meicc bicc, Expuls. 8 ( Cymmr. xiv 108 = Ériu iii 138.84 ). Name of a shield: ind Úathach Dubthaig, LL 107a6 ( Ériu iv 28.9 ).

2 úathach

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adj o-ā singular, exceptional: do córónuighedh ísi go hu.¤ , Rule of St. Clare 57a (= singulari diademate coronata refulget, Wadding, Annales Minorum 10, 240 ).