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ada(e)

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adj I Adj. io, iā due, fitting, suitable: nephadae gl. nefas, Ml. 119a11 . adæ .i. ad-dee .i. dīr do Dīa, Corm. Y 67 . níbá hada rí co n-anim hi Temraig, LU 4056 . [n]i hadha (.i. dliged) dom anmuin apairt romnett `not due to my soul is the deed that has quelled me', Ériu ii 3.3 . teacht mís Marta a M. . . ./ do rígh Uladh ní hadha, Leb. Cert. 24.4 . cus in iarumdighe is adha dlechtuin don fir fine, Laws ii 282.29 Comm. areir in caich dana hadha in riaradh, i 286 z Comm. = agda, 288.1 . nir ba hadha do beith i Temair, MR 4.13 . ní hadha dhúin biadh ind fhir genntlidisea do tomailt, Lism. L. 1462 . ni hadha leosum fir a n-áeintig fria dathugud édaig , 4065 . noca nadha pennaid leo do liaigh, Ériu xii 16 § 20 n. 6 . cor imm Crúachuin día Samna / ní hadha acht is éttarba, PRIA liv (C) 18.104 . luid Odras 'na hiarn-gait / iarmairt nárbu ada, Metr. Dinds. iv 198.38 . Used attributively: rochind a aided n-ada / fo chlaideb in Galgatha, SR 5675 . delm n-ada, 4069 . ai eadha `lawful case', Ériu xvii 72.14 n. 1 . ?no sceinm a.¤ na suisti `the proper bound of the flail', Laws v 158.19 Comm.

adj II Also subst. io, [n.] that which is fitting .

(a) Of the prerogatives and perquisites of a king (as opposed to airgart): cúig aurgarta rígh Laighen . . . at iatt a adha immorro: mess Almuine . . . these, however, are his dues the mast of Allen . . ., PRIA liv (C) 12.4 . dénatt désheircc ar Día ndil / is léor d'adhaib cach óeinfhir, 22.148 . cadeat ada flatha ┐ cuirmthige costud im dagḟlaith, lassamna do lochrannaib, Tec. Corm. § 4.1 . adha ┐ aurgarta na rígh, ZCP iv 237.36 . fili . . . nach fiasara adha . . . na rig so, Leb. Cert. 6.24 . aga .i. buada, O'Curry 969 (H 3.18, 416). adha .i. buadha, Stowe Gl. 226 . Note also: ni ro hingabad geis leo ┐ ni ro hadradh ada they did not avoid taboos or cleave to customary dues, CCath. 1166 . ro imbir fair dano cach ada aili ba dir do imbirt for tarb idparta, 959 .

(b) In more general sense of appurtenances, accoutrements etc.: cach n-ada as ada do ócaib oc comruc, MU² 966 . dofuctha adai na fleidi the appropriate things for a feast, IT i 311.34 . atberim frib . . ./ ada, buada, belltaine / coirm, mecoin . . ., Hib. Min. 49.4 . carna, cuirm, cnoimes, cadla / it e ada na Samna, .20 . is iat a ada olla / stuic, cruitti cuirn chróes-tholla (of an oenach), Metr. Dinds. iii 18.233 . Note also: ada usce nosbera, LB 228 marg. sup. (see Pref. p. 39).

airchellad

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u, m. vn. of ar-cela act of taking away, stealing: bes nobed nach aile leis ocinnd a.¤ , Sg. 202a7 . ? irudoerudo .i. emblema nó a.¤ , 52b3 . int a.¤ hi follus, Ml. 28c5 . ho a.¤ , 36b2 . tri a.¤ donaib sommaib a n-anae, 90a11 . ho erchellad, 38a13 . tri erchellad, 57a2 . erlam doib a erchellad ┐ a fordiuclaimm du chách, 102a10 . ? mac rocháin d'airchelad tre thóathbanda, ZCP xvii 197.10 . is leo du airchelath `it is a lion to ravish', Ériu vii 152.14 . ?athair na ndee n-airc[h]elta (: bechta) `gods of robbers', ZCP xii 245 § 2 . nairi aircelta na ningen, imbert na mban, BB 444a5 . is aircellad manaigh dun eclais, O'D. 2257 ( Rawl. B. 506, 20b ). airchellad .i. tiumsughad, ut est, a.¤ mong malartad édaig , O'Curry 1465 ( H 3.18, 651 ). a.¤ .i. timsugud, ut est cartad egair aircellad .i. a frith-teglama fói nó a timsugud do, O'Dav. 96 . airchealladh .i. goid, O'Cl.

Gramm. case-name of noun in accus. with prep. ar: fer . . . a airchelladh ar fer, Auraic. 1886 .

See 1 airchell.

cimas

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n ā, f. edge, border, limit : cimhas f., IGT Decl. § 37 . ciumhais, oire, imeal, buinne, Eg. Gl. 120 . brae .i. cilium .i. ciumais in brae, Lib. Hymn. 10 gl. 54 . corrthar .i. ciumus, O'Dav. 579 .

(a) Of clothes dress-fringe, hem : in cimais gl. oram (uestimenti), Ml. 137d3 . inar find co cimais duib, Cáin Ad. 24 . brat . . . cona chimais or-shnáith, YBL 318a2 ( Aided M. 871 ). fria cimais cochaill Áróin, LB 121bx . cimus alaind ordha a[c] comdrud a edaig , TTebe 3739 . ionar . . . / co cciomhsaibh arccait is óir, ZCP viii 220.6 . no gur lomais fam lámhaibh / id chiomhsaibh, a chompánaigh (to an old cloak), Ir. Review 1912, 378 § 2 . Of ornaments of battle-dress: a uathroic srebnaide . . . cona cimais do banór, LU 6421 = TBC-LL¹ 2566 . a ḟuathbróic . . . cona cimais d'ór bricc, 3725 . teora cimsa cummaidi . . . dó, LL 32348 ( TTr. 1538 ). ciumhus . . . orshnáithe iona láimh, RC xxix 120.4 . cimsa óir reá n-aichthaib (of the blessed), ZCP x 51.14 .

(b) Of flank of army in battle-array: dorinne cimsa comc[h]omuisc dona cathaib mesg ar mesg `the fringes of the two armies became mingled in confusion', Fianaig. 90.8 . cimhsa comhdlutta cengailti, Caithr. CC 55 (33.6) . cimsa ┐ cath-imli catha, MR 254.5 . ciomhsa an champa Chonnachtaigh `those on the outskirts', Hugh Roe² 154.17 .

(c) Of limits of territory (cf. Lat. fines): luidh sidhe . . . ó chiomhsaibh caonraighe, AFM v 1760.3 . rí `sa chríocha gan chiomhsa `whose kingdom is without a limit', Ó Bruad. ii 180.w . ar chiomhsaibh ar gcríche, Aithd. D. 39.8 . ciomhsa a dtíre (of Teallach nEachach) `T.E.'s borders', Magauran 3040 . Of coast: mheabhas ciumhsa caladhphort, Content. vi 68 . thríallsat amach ó chiomhais chuain 7 caladhphuirt, Celtica i 113.8 . ó chiúmhsaibh . . . cuan, ML 44.28 .

(d) Other applications: errandus do chimais na bairgine `not so much as a biscuit-rim', MacCongl. 54.2 . go mbaoí ciumhsa ┐ certlár an bhealaigh for a chumas, AFM vi 2256.6 . ciomhsa a chladh arna comhar / an magh fionns[a] an bhfacabhar, IGT Decl. ex. 976 . líne léirmheasta ar a bhfuilid ciomhsa cinnte to which there are fixed limits, TSh. 725 . sech cimais an c[h]roimsgēith, ML² 1249 .

Compds. With adjj. do chathbarraibh ciomhusarda `high-crested', Hugh Roe² 174.22 . a léinidh cháeil chimhasbláith, IGT Decl. ex. 642 . a sciath cimais-derg, ML² 1483 . donaibh sleamhanchláraibh ciomaisdirghe `straight-edged', Hugh Roe² 108.28 . coilér . . . cimasgel, CF² 680 . co n-inaraib . . . crunnblaithi cimasmilla `edge-figured', Celt. Rev. ii 208.8 . Éire na gcuan gciomhaiste of warm shores, DDána 107.2 .

clithar, clethar

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Forms: cluthar, clothar, cluthair

o, ā (clith). Later also cluthar, clothar, cluthair.

adj I sheltering, protective : ro scucsat iarsin i nglend ┐ i fidbaid clicair, BB 496a39 . cuan cluthar, comdaingen, ZCP vi 294.23 . fidh cluthur caointortach, Grail 3695 . lucht na mbrat gclúmhach gcluthar, Hackett lvi 49 . suadhach shámhghlan shármhaith shearccluthair (epithet of a woman), xii 11 . an treabh chumhthach . . . / cluthair a grádh liom go luan `will by me be warmly loved', Ó Bruad. ii 130 xviii . ? roir dom . . . .x. mbruit cuinsce c.¤ , Ériu ii 4.17 (cheville?). Adv. protectively, closely(?): bīaid relec d'arc[h]anglib / im c[h]lūain co clothur (clothaib, MS.), BColm. 30.22 (: atlochur). dfhagháil cumainn go cluthar ó dhaoinibh, Hackett xxxix 188 . clothar .i. toghaidhe no toghtha, O'Cl.

II As subst. o, m.

(a) shelter, covert, fastness : mor fer ro boí com iarraid / eter chlitar is diamair, LU 3938 ( SCC 44 ) (`both roof and hidden place', SC2 n.). gáir na Gairbe, c.¤ fid, SG 366.3 ( LL 297b50 ). gēsid ōs caille c.¤ above the fastness of the wood, IT iii 67 § 2 . i clithor .i. i mbuaile, O'Curry 1464 ( H 3.18, 651 ). c.¤ mbaiscaill .i. buaili, Auraic. 5551 . c.¤ boiscell kenning for quert apple-tree in Bríatharogam , Auraic. 5552 (cf. clithc[h]ar boscill .i. eilit nó geilt, Anecd. iii 43.16 ). fidbuid . . . / re haltrom én [n-]ilgothach / ria c.¤ dia cleith `hiding it with its shelter', Ériu i 39 § 3 . ō c[h]luthraib crīc[h] ┐ ō f[h]osgaduib iath, ML² 666 . do-rataid a long ar feisted a cluthur an cuain, Grail 3298 . as cluchar a coillte, BCC 282.17 .

In n. loc. ro láiset a nernail búair ┐ braite seoco fodess i C.¤ Bó Ulad, TBC-I¹ 1774 . hi C.¤ Fidbaidi hi Commur Cetharsliged, LU 8510 ( FB 36 ). pl. Clothrén i maigh Chliach atá. is úadh Cluithri Chlíach, Cóir Anm. 195 . in tan bátar hi Cluichrib, LU 5403 (TBC) = cluithrib, TBC-I¹ 926 .

(b) Fig.

(i) protection, shelter : is ruca don righ olc do dhenumh . . . is ina chlit[h]ur imteit cach, O'Curry 478 (H. 3.18, 249). fer gonur fia sochuide, cia tuilledh for slogh fiadh ndéntur, no as a clithor a ndéntur, O'D. 545 ( H 3.17, 435 ).

(ii) Of a prince, protector, refuge: clet[h]ar sēt .i. rī[g]-sēt, ar is ainm do rīg isin Dūil Feda Māir c.¤ , Corm. Y 209 . is e in t-ard-ḟlaith hUa Ainmirech c.¤ dana craeb coibneasa ro raidsiumar romaind, MR 98.x . ata triath os cionn Ruarcach / . . . / isse cleathar is cuibhdhe, H 3.18, 766.22 . ? c.¤ .i. urachill, ut Udhacht Morainn: ar clitharsidhe (? sīdhe) sgeó thuatha, Ériu xiii 67 § 69 ; cf. ZCP xi 97 § 60 .

In phr. c.¤ sét appar. the `sét' of highest value, a milch-cow, an in-calf cow or a ploughing ox. `sheltering sét' or `insurance sét' Plummer MS. notes (comparing gell tóirithnech). clithar sēt. Alii dicunt do mbad ainm do boin inlāig .i. arindī doceil a llōeg n-inde [quod non est uerum, sed uerius] Clet[h]ar sēt .i. rī[g]-sēt, Corm. Y 209 . clithear set, slaindte forgu na nuile .i. cleithe ar set .i. loilgech, Laws iv 28.4 , and 16 Comm. c.¤ sed .i. laulgach no daum timchella aratar no buo inlaoge, O'Curry 852 ( H 3.18, 386b ). Also sét clithair (attrib. g s.): ro saig set clithair enech bo-airech coruicce cumal n-uinge no boin nu-da-craid, Laws v 392.1 . set clithair gill ainech boairech inna muin, 390.z . .i. clethe or na sed, gellas tinchaib (= do inchaib) in boairech mailli ris imuig .i. in lulgach, 392.14 Comm.

Compds. With noun. a cliotharchuan D. sheltered harbour, Hugh Roe² 6.11 . do clithardiamaire (sic leg.) an inuid, Acall. 2332 v.l. (do dhiamhair, text).

With adj. cuan cobhsaidh. cluthardaingen, ZCP vi 28.y . in cheirt combrec clithar-diabultae (sic leg.) bui uime, Anecd. iv xiv 27 (`? folded as a covering', Plummer MS. notes). tresna coilltib clithirdiamraib `with their secret shelters', TTebe 312 . tug corn . . . a clithardíamuir a édaig `hidden shelter', Fianaig. 58.17 . rotheichset fo clithárdiamraibh in tíri, CCath. 1249 . fo chailltib clithardlúithe `close-sheltering', Fianaig. 52.11 . mo chroinn . . . cliothardhlúithe, Buile Ṡ. 82.x . imdatuigethar celt clithargarb finna, LU 7732 (BDD). cuan cluthar-mīn Celga, ML² 721 . a da sgiath corcra clithir mora, ZCP x 306.23 .

comdrut

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n (drut): a[c] comdrud a edaig ` pressing together ', TTebe 3739 . ag a comdrud i gcenn a chéile, MR 256.22 .

deichelt

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Forms: degiult, dechiult, dechealta, dechelta, degcelt, dicelt

n o (`dé + celt double garment, cf. uestis duplex, Judges xvii 10 ,' Plummer MS. notes). Probably neut.: dechelt n-amra, Corm. Y 1059 . ishé i[nde]chellt, Wb. 27b16 , only instance in O.Ir. Glosses, and reading doubtful. Appar. f. in: deceelt chorcra, ZCP xxv 99 § 6 . d s. degiult, dechiult, ACC § 124 . n p. dechealta, Acall. 3869 . a p. dechelta, LL 237b4 ( TTr. 1521 ). Often spelled degcelt through association with deg-. dicelt, ZCP vi 271.20 . degcelt .i. brat, H 3.18 532 . dechealt .i. brat, O'Cl. dechelt .i. degbrat no degétach, H 3.18, 643 . decelt .i. brat ┐ leine, Corm. Y 373 .

Outer garment worn by both sexes, robe, cloak: mo mind óir . . . mo delgc ┐ mo dechelt duit, ZCP ii 134 . d.¤ ríg, LL 51b15 . no benad-som a trí choicait ṅ-dechelt díb, TBC-LL¹ 978 . is bec na raséit a ndechelta dá n-airbruinnib, LL 237b4 ( TTr. 1521 ). rop imda cend cen cholaind ┐ coland cen dechelt, LL 44a36 . dechelt datha, Fen. 140 . dechealt édaig , SG 38.11 . dobreth dechelt n-amra uimpi, Corm. Y 1059 . nach salchadais na dechealta nuaglana, Acall. 3869 .

Fig. dá chubat, ni dechelt tair, | bid il-lethet cech oenchláir, SR 4239 . Noe i n-iarthur Rechet . . . fuair cach ṅdechelt ṅdagferaind, LL 163a4 .

1 díamair

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Forms: diamra, diamaire, diamraib, deamrem, diamair, díamhair

adj i pl. diamra, later also diamaire.

I Hidden, secluded, remote, lonely; hence mysterious, curious, recondite; mystic: huan glas diamir, Sg. 183b2 . diamraib gl. clandestinis, Ml. 80b8 . domber i mmaigin diamuir, ZCP iv 40 (TBFr.). bothnait diamair i ngeisind Dia, KMMisc. 210 . a tech ṅdiamair ṅderrait, Acall. 2904 . bá-sa . . . i n-allaib díamraib m'óenur, Imr. Brain ii 290 . inada diamra untraversed places (where missing objects would be unlikely to be found), Laws v 326.z . a doiribh diamaire, Acall. 732 . i gcoilltibh daingne diamhaire, Keat. iii 5098 . oiléan diamhair, TD 20.69 . do tharla gleann diamhar dóibh, Oss. vi 166 . a háitibh deamhuire do-eolais, PCT 718 . topur diamair a mysterious well, Metr. Dinds. iii 28 . issind aidchi—diamair dál— | da iarraid a hoenuran, LL 145a35 . co roatái tenid ndiamair `a mystic fire', Metr. Dinds. ii 42 . Dia diamair nach dorcha, ACL iii 221 . sgéala diamhra Ghuirt Ghaoidheal `curious stories', TD 3.122 . tarfás dhoibh diamhuir an fios | a mbeith gan cheill . . . it was revealed to them—mysterious tidings—that they . . . would be senseless, ZCP ii 361 ( DDána 75.22 ). do budh dorcha diamhar doiléir dlighe na nadúra i gcroidhthibh na ndaoineadh, Eochairsg. 119 . mo rádh díamhair, Psalms xlix 4 . beannacht diamhair 'heartfelt blessing' Celtica iv 118 § 21 . d.¤ ar hidden from, obscure to: diamair ar cach slúag sona | senchas maige Mucroma hidden from every host, Metr. Dinds. iii 382 . is tearc neach ar nach diamhair, Keat. iii 434 . diamair ar senchaidi sund | na trí meic do bhi ag C., Acall. 534 (= SG 105.y rendered `on this point of the three sons of C. our antiquaries are obscure'). ní raibh éinní díamhair air an Rígh, 1 Kings x 3 . Superl. deamrem gl. latebrosissima, ZCP vii 481 ( Enchir. Aug. 73b ).

Of persons secretive (?): macc Domnaill diamair, Rawl. 164a39 = diamra, Arch. Hib. ii 85 ( LL 185a35 ). mor fer ro bói com iarraid | eter chlitar is diamair, LU 3938 ( SCC 44 ) (both famous and obscure (men)?). Compar. nir indis . . . scél budh inganta ┐ budh diamra ina sin more wonderful and more curious, Acall. 5590 = SG 209 .

Adv. rucsat co diamair dia ndín | immad fiadaig, Metr. Dinds. iii 246 . go raibh Críost . . . go diamhair doḟaicsiona i lámhaibh na sagart i sacraimint na haltóra, Eochairsg. 73 . a bhfeitheamh go díamhair amhuil leomhan ina ḟuathais, Psalms x 9 .

Compds. ¤chíall mystic sense: ar dhiamhairchéill chuladh an Aifrinn, Eochairsg. 35 . ¤chiallach mystic: Corp fáthrúnda diamhairchiallach Chríost, 73.11 . ¤choill dark wood , Fl. Earls 132.9 . ¤dán occult art: in cech diamar-dhán draoidechta, Leb. Gab.(i) 142 . ¤naemthacht: ag diamair-naomthacht chomhrāidh re aroile, Fl. Earls 226.30 . ¤rún deep mystery: of the Incarnation , Ó Héodhusa 52 .

II As subst. i. In later lang. sometimes k, cf. díamra. díamhair f., IGT Decl. § 37 .

(a) hidden thing, secret, mystery: hitiamraib (= hit d.¤) siu, a Dǽ, ref. to de absconditis tuis, Ml. 40a9 . la diamair a inchlidi som (sic leg.) gl. apud arcanum virtutis suae, 53a5 . a dúile ndemrib 'out of the mysteries of the elements' Ériu xxxii 62.2 . do dhiamraibh ┐ do dhoilgib na scriptuire, LB 127aw . dérca ┐ diamra ┐ deriti Crist, Todd Lect. vi 47 . a ndiamhair na diadachta, ACL iii 245 . cor fhoillsigh Dia diamhair a seicreide fen . . . do C., BCC § 265 . diamhair mo sgéoil ní sgaoileabh, TD 39.44 . do ṡir diamhair néal nimhe | ar séan d'iarraidh fáisdine, DDána 75.20 ( ZCP ii 360 ). a diamhair do bhean don bhochta revealed (of St. Augustine), DDána 59.6 . Hence wonder: ni mair Sescend ba do diamraib fear nUlad, Lec. 279a35 (text doubtful, see ZCP xiv 48 ). na diamrai (sic MS.) crabaid dogéntar uait ` miracles ', SG 41.31 ; cf. aíbniusa ┐ díamairi, LU 4037 ( SCC 49 ).

(b) lonely or remote place; unvisited place, solitude: inna diamri gl. claustra, Ml. 92d5 . rí . . . rothro[i]sc cethrachait lá ┐ aidche . . . i ndiamraib dorchaib dithruib, SR 7576 . ri rosaer Hele ┐ Enoc | . . . | i ndiamraib blathib Parduis, 7364 . is ina chorp chollaigi rucad i nnach ndíamair ndíada, Ériu iv 160 . imthéigmís . . . cach fásach cach dorcha ┐ cach diamair, TBC-LL¹ 3531 . i ndiamraib Slēbe Cuillind, TBC-I¹ 884 . ro shir diamra in tshlebi don tarb, PH 7182 . os diamair mara, LL 142a7 . fo diamair in fheda, SG 55.24 . Marco P. 49 . i réim gacha conaire ┐ gacha diamrach, SG 292.36 . i ndiamhair na coille, Keat. ii 5267 . d'a dhíbirt . . . i ndiamhraibh ┐ i ndroich-bheilghibh amhail ceithearnach coille, Eochairsg. 17 . Metaph. depth, recondity: gach diamhair dá ḟréimh roimhe | iarraidh san réim ríoghroidhe, TD 32.69 . dom dhíon ar dhiamhraibh th'eagna, Content. viii 10 .

(c) hiding, shelter, concealment, obscurity, loneliness: fo diamair a díllaite, Metr. Dinds. iii 60 . tug corn a clithardíamuir a édaig , Fianaig. 58.18 . bátar fo díamair dulig | ic fiannaib ic fomuirib they (the roads) were in troublesome obscurity on account of bands and brigands, 280 . badair oslaicte sidha Erenn im Samain do gres, air ni feta diamair dia Samna for sidaib for they could not be concealed, RC v 202 § 21 . atconnuic na hocht n-éicne . . . ann, ór do bí do dhiamhair an inuid nár' ecal leosum ní ann, Acall. 2332 . ni beiti a māthair Dē a ndiamair | gibé atāthair d'iarraidh ort, YBL 373a21 ( DDána 94.7 ).

dornasc

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n [ā, f.] Apparently a compd. of dorn and 1 nasc, but possibly a misunderstanding of ind ordnasc (thumb-ring. See ordnasc and TBFr. Gloss . ): d.¤ d'ór aromthá ` bracelet ' (Gloss.), SCC § 45 . d.¤ óir . . . intan bus lán a rig don dornaisc `arm-ring . . . as soon as his wrist fills the ring', Ériu i 124.5 - 7 = fācbaiss Cuchulaind dornnaisc n-oir ndo . . . in tan bud lan in dornnaisc dia meor, ZCP iii 254.15 . iar cor a n-edaig ┐ a n-iallagraind ┐ a ndorndusc, IT ii2 102.29 (Alex.). ar mheas (leg. meas) lóigh na ngormrosg nglan | an dornasg (dórdnasg, MS.) óir níorbh iongnadh `the golden bracelet', Studies 1921, 258 § 10 .

Note also: so an dorn-nasc óir fil fo dornchlaidh mo cloidhim duit hilt-band , P. O'C.

édóig, édáig

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adj i (neg. of doich) not to be expected or hoped for, an unlikely thing; improbable: robudh edóigh ... | m'égcóir as Brian na bheathaigh `injustice to me would be unlikely if B. were living' Miscell. Celt. Soc. 150. 11 . Content. vii 15 . sé i láimh ní hédáigh againn, Ériu ix 164 § 16 . go madh éadóigh d'onchoin Bhreagh | a n-éagóir orthoibh d'ḟilleadh that...is unlikely to requite their unjust deed TD 18.13 . éadóigh asuibh `distrust of thee' 12.14 .

Compar. with -de: etochaide in gnim do denam do the less likely Laws iii 112.1 Comm.

étaid

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adj i (1 ét) jealous: edaigh .i. tnuthach, MacCongl. 176.16 (< H 3.18, 415 ). da mbad étaid in fer 'ca mbeind TBC-LL¹ 40 (eudbur v.l.). nirsat neóit, nirsat étaid, 43 . nírba étaid, ar cach...étaid is miscais Dé ┐ dóine, Tec. Corm. § 12 . fer neóit anfossaid étaid, § 32 . trí cuitbidi in domain: fer lonn, fer étaid, fer díbech, Triads 95 (with gl.: éataigh .i. eudmhar, p. 38 ). sochuidmid cach n-édaig , ACL iii 230.137 . līthe bine for a mnái...ba saoth lais ┐ ba etaith n-imme, Corm. Y p. 83.22 (nesscoit) = ba hetaid imbi, Bodl. re mnai ndruith n-etaidh, MacCongl. 125.22 . éudaidh im chomhluadar bhenduighthe 'zelatours of holy conuersation' Ériu xv 82 (89a) .

indred

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Forms: n-indred, indred, indradh, indrath, inruth, ionradh, indrid, indriud, n-inred, innreda, inratha, indredaib, innarthaib, hindrib

n o, n. vn. of ind-reith. n s. á n-indred , Ml. 102a21 . indred n-indligthech, Críth G. 565. indradh, indrath, Laws iv 102.5 Comm. (see Hessen, ZCP x 322 ). inruth, Mon. Tall. 164.22 . ionradh, Ériu i 103.6 . g s. indrid, Ml. 27a1 . d s. oc indriud , Ml. 53a17 . dia n-inred , SR 5736. n p. innreda, AU i 278.15 . inratha, Ériu vii 152.26 . d p. arnaib indredaib , Ml. 67c4 . fo innarthaib , SR 6266. icna hindrib , Alex. 442. See IGT Decl. § 28.8 .

(a) incursion, foray, act of invading, laying waste, devastating, spoiling: indrud .i. orguin, O'Dav. 1129. indread .i. riad n-ind, O'Mulc. 738. i.¤ gl. uastatio, Ml. 43d25 . ind indrid naimtidi gl. hostilis uastationis, 27a1 . don popul assardu roboi oc indriud macc n-Israhel, 53a17 . arnaib indredaib gl. pro uagationibus (hostium), 67c4 . ar thúaith asidluí oco[a] n-indriud, Críth G. 560. raith ar indru[d] etechtu, Laws v 224.6 . ma doberthe inruth `if an attack should be made,' Mon. Tall. 164.22 . indredh nUlad la hAedh mac Neill, AU i 294.15 . innreda mara doaib eitir Erinn ┐ Albain `great devastations,' 278.15 . dia n-inred is dia n-argain, SR 5736. is ed gabsait, seach Huisneach Mide co n-acus íar sin a n-indread anair ┐ aníar ... ┐ rop nem thened tír Húa Néill immi, BDD² 238. tintaí Medb aitheruch atúaid ó ro an cóicthiges oc inriud in chóicid, LU 5821. argain ┐ innrad do dēnum ... ar búar ┐ ar brughadhuib in tíri, Fianaig. 72.14 . atát oc i.¤ ind ḟeóir, LL 27a48 . demun 'cot áidmilliud ocus 'cot indrud fri ré trī lethbliadan `destroying and ravaging thee,' MacCongl. 61.6 . amal saga ... leoman ... ac inred alma ┐ indili, TTebe 1889 . atchúas do Lámhedhón inredh na cathrach, TTr.² 160. óige ríogh nGaoidhiol nír gheis | etorra is ionnradh flaithis, L. Cl. A. B. 167.26 . innradha oidhche, IGT Decl. ex. 868. ? féagh an t-innridh (: inghin) eatarra `lo ! they quarrel !,' A. Ó Dálaigh l 22. co tibhredh an serpens ... indrudh saeghail do `a murderous onslaught,' Stair Erc. 251.

Fig. pulling at, tearing: dobai co hudmall anshadail ... ag ínred a aichthi agus a édaig `tearing at his face and his raiment,' TTebe 93 0.

(b) In general, injury, wrong, disadvantage: indrud .i. olc, O'Dav. 1129. The form indraide Thurneysen, ( Bürgschaft 48 n. 4 ) believes to be a mis-writing of indrud influenced by tinnruide, q.v.: slan ngill dobeir indraide eitechta `that involves unjust evil,' Laws v 178.7 = indruth etechtu, O'D. 1169 (< H 2.15A, p. 43b ) = slan ngill do beir indrud. slan raithe do beir etechta, O'Curry 1229 (< H 3.18, p. 493 ). is mo torbud na cor-si oldas a n-innruidiu, Laws v 286.2 , glossed : is mo torbu a maithesa sein oldas tindriud a n-uilc, 288.26 .

ucht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ucht or dil.ie/42871
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: ucht, hucht, ucht, uchtard

n u, n. (see: ucht n-osnae, Corm. Y 1275 cited below), later m., IGT, Decl. § 72 . clíath, ochd, brothlach, brollach, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 122 ).

I

(a) breast, bosom : nad ndechuid a ernaigde huadsom dochum nDae acht duintarrae inna ucht fesin iterum, Ml. 54d3 . tinnagat ní ass a n-ucht di mainib, 93a20 . hua hucht (gl. gremio), 93a22 . i n-ucht nach aili, Acr. 27b1 ( Thes. ii 8 ). ba harddidir ucht Aroin (sc. principal altar of Temple), SR 4268 . a slucud in oenḟecht ... dar loiṅg a ochta, TBC-LL¹ 1023 . delgi órdai ecorthi ós ochtaib dóib, 183 . clais ochta `the hollow of the breast' (i.e. one of the twelve doors of the soul), Laws v 363 note d. ro-buail a ucht co humal (sc. the Publican), PH 8055 . caidhe an t-ucht ..., A. Ó Dálaigh xliv 5 . fa hé [a] ionad a huicht-se | Spiorad Dé ar a diadhaicht-se, DDána 9.6 . do ráidh an macaomh amuigh | 's a ucht uadh ar an ursuin leaning on , L. Cl. A. B. 62.86 . ucht ar in luirg leaning on the staff , Feis Tighe Chonáin 317 . do léig a ucht ar a dhéis, go ndeachaidh thríd fell on his sword (of Saul), TSh. 2457 . tabradh cro[i]s Crīst dar a hucht, ZCP vi 270 § 15 . iadais a ucht umpu sin, ACL iii 244 § 8 . aicíd an uchta, Corp. Astron. 52 § 9 . atá taobh t'ochta mar aol, A. Ó Dálaigh xxii 4 . líntar ar n-ochta dhúin de, IGT, Decl. ex. 1613 . ochta na n-ánradh, ML² 1729 . do līnatar a n-ochta dā n-anālaib, 379 . gur luigheadur ar ochtaibh ... ban ┐ fear (sc. birds), Feis Tighe Chonáin. 1768 . Cf. ML² 1739 . ? mar guin ernbais i n-ochtaibh , Leb. Gab.(i) i 104.15 . bean hochta wife of thy bosom , Deuteronomy xiii 6 . of Christ's wounded side : maith dún ḟuil an ochta, A. Ó Dálaigh iv 5 . dá dtí tuile i n-áth an ochta | ar sgáth Mhuire is dolta dhúinn, DDána 31.27 . Attrib. gen.: (fig. of a harp) a mhionn ochta na n-airdríogh `breast-jewel,' Studies 1923, 274.6 . idir dhá fhaobhar an éididh chúil ┐ an éididh ochta `chest-armour,' ITS xxiv 120.35 . breast-work (Arch.): drochta dogníd dia ingin | ós gním ochta (v.l. ochtga) aird-inbir, Metr. Dinds. ii 58.10 ( LL 216b46 ). in caisslēn ochta `the breastworks,' Fl. Earls 78.33 . a ttighi a mhuir ┐ a thairimtheachta gan an caislēn ochta do chomhairem, 68.9 . in sense of dear, beloved (cf. bosom friend): rob mac ochta aireachta | cach mac buan dod 'bhroindḟine `the darling of the assembly,' Leb. Cert. 194.11 . Cf. BB 277b31 . mo dhá mhac áilne ochta, Keat. Poems 1077 . In bardic poetry: of Christ: mo mhac ochta ┐ anma, Ir. Monthly 1920, 374.30 . foráil do mhac ochta oirn, Dán Dé iii 21 . a Mheic ochta ógh-Mhuire, A. Ó Dálaigh xlvii 8 . Mac ochta Dé, ZCP x 28.24 . Of the Blessed Trinity: trí meic ochta na hóighe, DDána 9.9 . Of John the Evangelist: níor dhocra lat iná lais | a mhac ochta 'n-a éagmhais, Dán Dé i 14 . Of St. Colum Cille: mac octa do ri nime ┐ talman, BCC § 25 . fíonúir ochta na gConallach séadach (fig. of a warrior), O'Rah. xxvi 31 . Here perh. belong: Niall fa hóige don fheadhoin | ... | gé do ríoghadh rompo so | ríodhamh ochta na hEórpa, L. Cl. A. B. 173.40 . súi dian sosad sil ochta (?) LL 37c23 ( Auraic. 5310 . ZCP xvii 292 ). Transf. of a place: is é mac ochta na n-airdtreabh, TD 34.28 .

Cf. secht m̅c̅ ochta cona fotha d'iasc ┐ di enaib ┐ lubib ┐ ilmblasaib, IT ii 173.8 ( YBL 114b14 ).

(b) bosom; lap : éirghis as a hucht do léim | an leanbh `from her arms,' A. Ó Dálaigh 50.33 . oc tarraing a méic asa hucht don ḟeoldenmaid, Todd Lect. vi 82 . Cf. TD 13.39 , 46 , and exx. given below under i n-ucht. gur bhat lána a nochta dona cnoibh `laps,' BNnÉ i 14 § 19 . ar ghlúin 's ar ucht Ch.C. | ... do bhí an chúi-sin 'na coiléan, Ir. Monthly 1929, 107.7 . do teilgeadh an crannchar annsa n-ucht into the lap , Proverbs xvi 33 .

i n-ucht (a) in, at, on the bosom or breast of, in (to) the arms of, in (to) the lap of, on (to) the knees of: a cend i n-ucht P. ┐ a coss i n-ucht Mo Chae, Trip.² 425 . a cheann i n-ucht Eirce, Ir. Monthly 1920, 423.11 . gur chuir a cheann 'na hucht, TSh. 9304 . docoras casal di nim i nn-ucht P., Trip.² 1228 . nos gaibseom cech óenliathróit ina ucht, LU 4877 . damberat i n-ucht Conchobair, 5018 . ro boí íarom in móethóclach ina chotlud ┐ a chossa i n-ucht indala fir ┐ a chend in n-ucht araile, LU 7429 ( BDD 101 ). baili i fil in trícha cét gaibthi cach fear a ucht i n-ucht, BDD (Y) 105 . dobretha som a chend i n-ucht a shenathar (a form of submission) CRR 53 ( LL 177b33 ). mac na hucht gá ionghuire `being nursed at her bosom,' A. Ó Dálaigh 50.25 . itc[h]onairc Muiri ┐ a mac in a hucht ┐ si oc tabairt a ciche do, Todd Lect. vi 49 . cur ling i n-ucht Uilix, ┐ co ro lig a gnúis (of a dog), Mer. Uil. 292 . fuaratar in mac i n-ucht a máthar (sc. the Shepherds), PH 7076 . a hathair i n-ucht Mhuire | athaidh i gcurp cholluidhe, DDána 9.4 . ingen do Chathair Mór ... ina hucht, (of a foster child), LL 270a49 ( RC xxv 20 § 2 ). ni raibhe mac i nucht, na inghen ar altrom `in arms,' ZCP x 6.29 . gabaid Muiri a mac in a hucht iarsin, Todd Lect. vi 49 . is é (sc. Christ) tic ..., ┐ ro-n-gabus-[s]a fén a m-ucht in tan ro-po náidiu i tempul S., PH 3790 . an leanbh óg 'na hucht féin | gabhais bean Ḟ. ainn-séin, DDána 67.24 . ar muin eich ... ┐ guna ... trasda na ucht ar a bhelaimh `across his lap', Rel. Celt. ii 198.21 . tair ar chuairt sonn, suidh im ucht, DDána 67.31 . In this sense common in fig. expressions (see also III): do cuireadh clódh a teadhma | uaibhsi a n-ucht na cinneamhna `the conquest of her disease has been put from thee into the lap of fate,' Studies 1921, 75.17 . meinic ráinig riamh sinne | leagadh seóil, sníomh intinne | fan lucht do badh doiligh dhúin | da n-oidhidh i n-ucht fhortúin in the lap of Fortune , L. Cl. A. B. 211.16 . u.¤ Abrahaim Abraham's bosom (Scriptural): na huli noemu ┐ fírenu, batar i n-ucht Abrahaim a n-iffern, PH 3877 . tárrla gur iomchradhar na haingail gu huchd Abrahám hé, Luke xvi 22 . i n-ucht eclaisi Dé `in the bosom of,' Rule of Tallaght § 65 . in the company of: bith do i nucht ┐ i lar a decepol, Laws iv 356.1 . caoicidhis lán do anatar na maithe sin uile ina ucht, Ériu iv 61.3 . in the care of, under the protection of: acht go ndernait mo réir, ┐ go n-anait im ucht `if only they ... remain in submission to me (i.e. in my community, following my rule? ), BNnÉ. 233 § 150 . depending on: ceann m'aradhna a Íosa ar t'iocht | díorghadh don anamsa it ucht, Studies 1933, 140 § 9 . caora sinn dá bhar seilbh féin | do chuir tú i gcró idir chuainmhéir | a gcumhdach ar-aon it ocht | saor ó chumhgach na gcuanort `to save her and the fold depends on Thee,' Studies 1931, 80 § 2 . Cf. a bhfágbháil go hiomlán air ucht an easboig `to commit them to the bishop,' Donlevy 338.15 . cuirid i n-u.¤ : m'anim i n-ucht Crīst cuirim, ZCP vi 266 § 27 . geall cháigh 'na ucht dob ionchuir | do lucht tiomchuil Chláir Chobhthaigh, TD 10.3 . ó táid bhar sochair uile | dá gcor i n-ucht aon-duine, `are attributed by you to one man alone,' Content. vi 187 . an té ... chuires a chomhairle a n-ucht dhuine agá mbiadh cunnradh risan ndiabhal, Ó Héodhusa 135.15 . téit, do-icc, etc. i n-u.¤ : takes refuge with, seeks the protection of: rothindscan techt i n-ucht a muintere feisin (of a retreating warrior) TTr.² 1191 . robris chnāim a dromma ríasiu thísad i n-u.¤ a muintere, 1195 . do chuaidh i n-ucht uí Dhomhnaill `fled to O'D. for protection,' AFM iii 284.12 . do chuaid Donn Occ aris ... a n-ucht Aeda h. Neill, Ann. Conn. 1225 § 25 ( ALC i 288 = do saighidh AFM iii 234 ). cor dichursed T. a Condachtaib ... co ndechaid a n-ucht Gall aris Ann. Conn. 1250 § 2 (= FM ALC). gá dás dóibh gan dol 'na ucht, TD 9.48 . Peadar ... | dlighthear dhúin dul ina ucht | do shúil re brugh na mbeannocht, Studies 1920, 569.26 .

(c) the breast of an animal : budh lé hAáron ... an t-ucht, Levit. vii 31 . tuighe ... | in gach colcoigh ... | 'ga béin d'ochtoibh eunloithe, L. Cl. A. B., 184.108 . As name of a hound viz. Ucht Ard: rus leig a dhi choin ba garg | Ucht Ard ┐ in Ferb sheng, Duan. F. i 75z .

(d) ucht n-osnae: ucht n-osnae (v.l. u.¤ osnae) .i. u.¤ osmenta ... In baile didiu inditscrūta, is dó is nomen ucht n-ossnae (v.l. u.¤ osnae), Corm. Y 1275 . Cf. n-ucht n-osnai `into the breast of poetic revision,' RC xxvi 26 .

II Transf. and fig.:

(a) as epithet: a ucht solus, `O bright bosom ' TD 2.17 . a ucht glan, DDána 67.30 . a ucht bhog, Ir. Monthly 1919, 284.13 . geall gach oide ga ucht slim, Content. xviii 108 n. innis uaimsi dá ucht slim | an ceó tuirrsi atá ar m'inntinn, Studies 1918, 452.3 . a lán san leath so i bhus | d'ollamhnaibh 'má ucht sholas, Ir. Monthly 1919, 2.8 .

(b) applied to various other parts of the body; the palm of the hand : .i. do ucht na dernainde `to the breast of the palm' (gl. pectusculum), Gild. Lor. 202 . of the elbow : ucht rigi `the bend of the elbow' (i.e. one of the twelve doors of the soul), Laws v 363 n. d . Of the finger : budh iomdha le moltaibh fáidh fán bhfionn-urlár | 's gáir bionnorghán le hochtaibh imeil-mhéar `many ... the melody of sweet harps as finger-ends press them,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 650.13 = DDána 70.13 . Cf. cuir le suil th'ordoige 'na inadh é, YBL 349a41 .

(c) the bosom of a garment : ni du ucht etaig asbeir heremias inso (gl. non de uestimento), Ml. 54d4 . a nāe mbennachta ar in bhoin | tucsat dō a n-ucht a ēdaig , ACL iii 244 § 7 . Cf. mor a n-ucht aibhsech a luirigh | lorc an ghai nach gabhdais uird, Irish Texts ii 72.31 .

(d) Metaph. of the air, clouds : ar ochtaibh áilne an aieóir, L. Cl. A. B. 180.4 . Cf. a hinnibh an aieoir, Ir. Monthly 1920, 266.48 . do hosgladh ós ochtaibh néll | doirse uisgidhe an aiér, Studies 1921, 418 = O'Gr. Cat. 451 .

(e) the interior of a vessel : dabuch d[e]argiubair mōr lucht, (v.l. dabach d'arccat mór a lucht) | slōg ōss a ucht cen nach socht, ZCP viii 108.15 . Cf. dabhuch a raib[h]e édon, BCC § 158 .

(f) the prow of a ship : uchta ┐ airbrunni na liburni, LL 235b28 ( TTr. 1389 ). sáir ic certugud chlár ri ochtaib ethar, LL 236a26 ( TTr. 1426 ).

(g) applied to various surfaces analogous in shape to human breast viz. breast of a hill , etc.: ochta a beann, Measgra D. 140 . ar ndul co hucht mór os cenn an baile doibh `a great eminence,' L. Chl. S. § 27 . ní fhuil druim ..., | feadh nó sruth nó ucht dá áirde | ... nachar thriallas d'iarraidh m'fhir pháirte mountain-side , Keat. Poems 450 . gusin n-ucht ac Beind Étair, Acall. 5658 . Cf. Meallach liom bheith i n-ucht oiléin | ar beinn cairrge, Measgra D. 120 . Of places: conrici hUcht noi n-Omne, Trip. 338 = Thes. ii 238 . i n-ucht Cláraigh `on C.'s slope,' Ir. Monthly 1919, 167.7 . ar uchtaib anfosta `on inhospitable heights, Ériu viii 8.12 ochta sliab `the mountains' breasts,' O'Gr. Cat. 459.10 . fil sliabh ... isin crich sin, ┐ glenn aluinn fria a ucht `on its bosom,' Marco P. 15 (cf. fri hu. under III below). bloisgbhéim buinne dílionn do ucht airdṡléibhe, BS § 65 . Cf. i ccígibh cnoc, 884 . See also i n-u. below under III (g).

(h) a gulf or bay : sinus .i. ucht, Sg. 108b1 . co P. a nucht Aráibecda a muir R. anair ┐ in t-ucht Arcaidecda a muir Th. aniar sin, LB 142a11 - 12 . o muir Thorrian cusin ucht Persecdai, 150b2 .

(i) various other applications: tír ... co bhfasach bhfada fria huct, `in the midst thereof' Marco P. 101 . a n-ochtuibh all, 120.36 . tar ochtaib glinde, Acall. 5655 . 'sé a hochtuibh oilén ngoirmshreabh | ag rochtain oilén n-iongnadh, L. Cl. A. B. 91.113 .

(j) In proverbial and other expressions denoting to face, front etc.: dabad ucht ar indber lán | damsa guth ar géig n-Imghán, it were facing a full estuary , Ériu iv 220 § 29 . is ucht ra mór-dilind (prov. of a hopeless task), CRR 40 ( LL 176b14 ). troigh re teann, ucht re hanaoibh, L. Cl. A. B. 271.94 . cuirfidh a luchd a Luing Clíach | budh ucht ar íath cCuinn a chríoch, IGT, Decl. ex. 1774 . ní fiú mé re méad mo chean | ucht ort a chuirp an Choimdheadh `to approach Thee,' Dán Dé xviii 9 ( YBL 392b ). Cf. bar n-ucht aráon ar olaidh, IGT, Decl. ex. 233 . do-beir u.¤ ar approaches, faces, advances towards, sets out for: tabhair ucht ar Achadh Ír `face,' SGS iv 140.8 . dá dtug Mág Uidhir a ucht | ar Fhád Fuinidh dá bhfurtocht `set forth for' Ir. Monthly 1926, 472.13 . go dtugadar ucht ar an gcaolmhuir `they made for,' Keat. ii 528 . an chéad threabh thug ucht rómpa ar an mhuir, Eochairsg. 88.5 . attacks : tugadar u.¤ ar an dún, Keat. ii 3455 . tucadur u.¤ arna cristaidibh `opposed,' Fier. 68 . doberuit u.¤ ar B. cona ṡlógaib, Marco P. 113 . sets about, begins (to): tugadar u.¤ ar Laighnibh do lot ar dtús `they set to plunder,' Keat. ii 6338 . tabhair u.¤ ar ar na haithrighe, TSh. 6940 . Cf. 10523 , 9774 . mór loitir fa lucht an chruidh (v.l. chruib) | ucht ar thoicib ná tabair do not set about [accumulating] riches , IGT, Decl. ex. 174 . cuirid u.¤ ar approaches, faces : (Metaph.) cliar ... do chuir druim re Dia, ┐ ucht ar imreas, Eochairsg. 22.26 . tairre is cuir th'ucht ar Mac Muire (to St. Patrick), Dán Dé xii 9 ( YBL 370b ). cungnamh le mh'anmain don Aird-rígh | uchd do chor ar an gcroich ndeirg, Dán Dé xxxi 15 .

(k) Adverbial usages: ucht re hucht face to face : go mbí duine uchd re huchd | cuire a lucht isin longphurt, IGT, Decl. ex. 460 . teach aoidheadh coitcheann do chách | moladh Íosa i ngach éan-tráth | fa gnáth aca ucht re hucht | slata dar bhláth an bhochtacht (sc. the monks in choir), Ir. Monthly 1921, 374.17 . bhar dtrí catha, ucht re hucht, | teagaid i ndáil Chon Chonnacht, `united,' TD 9.53 . Cf. 8.40 . Freq. of a hostile encounter : batar samhlaidh ucht ré hucht co cenn sechtmhaine, ┐ deabhaidh gach laoi etorra `confronting each other,' AFM iii 130.8 . Cf. ucht fria hucht, BNnÉ. 108 § 33 ; 10 § 36 . tig ... rí Mumhan don leith eile ucht ré hucht dó, Keat. ii 4963 . Cf. ucht ar ucht face to face : TSh. 6640 . teagmaoíd ucht ar Úaimh Chorainn `we come right up to,' Duan. F. ii p. 8 § 27 . Cf. gé tú ucht re a n-iolghuasaibh `to many risks though I be exposed,' Ó Bruad. ii 134.18 .

III With various prepps. in phrases:

a hu.¤

(a) from the middle of, out of, from : boi im[mairecc] and i lláithib D., téora buidne im Ch. macc F. ┐ C. asa n-ucht oc imbert [in gae] lia sairse occo, Trip.² 770 . re hinnarba ... cach foreigne as a ucht `from his breast,' MR 160y . doluid for a gabrai gluair | Balam a hucht in morslúaig, SR 4782 (possibly these belong to b). fer gonur a hucht tsloigh móir, O'D. 545 (< H 3.17 c. 435 ). Laws iv 180.8 Comm. (and so read 178.19 `in the van of a great army'). ro bedhgsat ... a hucht a muintire fein `in front of their own forces,' AFM vi 2146.7 . Cf. co ragaib ... oc slaidhe na slógh, a ucht a chatha fadheisin `from the breast of his own battalion,' TTr.² 1354 . mian lim Sil Setna gan ḟaill, | co tren a hucht Clann Conaill `in the front of.' MR 162.23 . In pl.: duas do ruithriuch a hochtaib a reward [is due] for an extempore `ruidriuch,' Caratnia 47 ( ZCP xv 362 ), cf. gell ar trisi breth ar coicthi ... gell a ochtaib breth ar trisi, Cáin Ad. 38 .

(b) in the name of, representing, on behalf of (cf. f) : dáilim a hucht righ nimhe | mé féin deitsi d'áiridhe, BNnÉ 133.17 . cuir an siothbháirc ... | ... | ó chalaidh, a hucht an Athar `in God's name,' SGS iv 140 § 8 . cuirim si fort, a hucht Íosa ... scaradh fris, BNnÉ 5 § 14 . do cuir dano in manach forcúl a hucht páisi Crist ar an ainmidhi, Études Celt. i 87.32 . iarruim ort a hucht na Trionnóide, Mac Aingil 100.19 . do chathuigheadur a hucht creidimh Crist, ITS xix 30.16 . tuc se cead dóibh a hucht an papa, Expugn. Hib. § 90 . condechatar gennte ┐ cristaidi i ndail chatha fri araili a hucht a ndee, Marco P. 64 . ro ghaibhsidhe ag cendsucchadh Connacht amhail as dech ro fhed a hucht Gall `on behalf of the English,' AFM vi 2004.2 . neach é do niodh foghail ... a hucht na bainríoghna cédna, 2088.4 . ro fhaccaibh barda a hucht na banríoghna inn, v 1632.8 . sith d'focra ... do clainn Uilliam Burc a hucht Rig Saxan, Ann. Conn. 1333 § 11 . do dhol a hucht an Ghobernora `by order of,' AFM vi 1880.10 . do rinnetar síth ris ... a hucht I Domnaill ┐ Í Néill, L. Chl. S. § 15 . dorachaind a hucht an imperi ┐ na cōra, ZCP vi 59.25 . do inneósuinn a hucht m'ord | mé fá bhrón ..., Studies 1919, 74.11 . Of poetry, justice, etc. : a hucht na healadhna `in the name of poetry,' TD 22a19 = O'Gr. Cat. 402.21 . Cf. an fine as t'u.¤ do eirigh `which arose on thy behalf' 20.47 . ag dáil ḟíneamhna as a hu.¤ , ib. 59 .

(c) instead of, in place of (in a disparaging sense. Cf. Mod. Ir. sop i n-ionad na sguaibe) : ba haitheach somh a hucht treóin `a plebian representative of a hero,' AFM iii 178.17 . ni tardsat iarum muinntir ... in rig nach freagra furri, uair ba haithech a hucht treoin insin, FDG 128 . badar aithigh a h-ucht treoin iad `in the shape of heroes,' MR 18.10 .

(d) because of, on account of: mé ar Mac nDé éadána as m'ulc | mé a hucht m'éagára ar a hiocht `owing to my sin I appeal to her'(sc. Mary), Dán Dé ii 27 . mé ó phurt ag taisdeal na dtonn | as a n-ucht ní haisdear liom | mo sdiúir tar buinne an bhean mhall | crann siúil mo luinge an Fear fionn `I feel my course sure owing to them,' xxvii 35 . tiad tríthe as t'ucht gan arma | lucht faghla Críche Connla, TD 10.25 . Cf. a hucht chóra, `in a rightful cause' 30.5 . gaibh ar h'oineach mé, a Mháire | a hu.¤ flatha fionnGháille 30.26 .

(e) by means of: truagh nách faghaid lucht a laoidhidh |a hucht aoinḟir oirbheartaigh, TD 16.9 . a hucht draoidhechta a ndéeadh, L. Cl. A. B. 168.72 . as ucht: measgaidh as ucht bhur saidhbhriosa bhur bhfola uirísle ar fholuibh uaisle, PCT 378 .

(f) by the influence of (cf. b) : uair do hoirdneadh Brian ... a hucht an iarla chedna le mac Mairtin ..., AFM iii 452.8 . do rigad a hucht an Iarla cetna mac Aeda Buide ..., Ann. Conn. 1291 § 3 . Art ... do ghabhail a ionaidh a hucht Gall `through the influence of,' AFM iii 158.17 . a rigad ┐ a aithrigad a hucht hUa Maine `at the instance of,' Hy Maine 90.6 . a hucht hI Chellaig `at the recommendation of,' 86.9 .

(g) for the sake of (purpose): an aithnidh dhaoibh riamh roimhe | an ní do ní an ceannoidhe | a hucht a n-adhanta air | re lucht malarta an mhargaidh `so as to excite them to buy,' Studies 1928, 268.16 .

i n-u.¤

(a) in front of; over against; opposite : brugh slaitgheal a n-ucht easa, IGT, Decl. ex. 1338 . an drong ... nach féadaid dul i mullach na bochtachta ... acht is éigean dóibh anmhain i n-ucht an tsléibhe, TSh. 10113 . i n-ucht an gheata soin Mhalla dom mhálsa, Hackett xl 145 . enpurt lanbeg luingi a n-ucht cairrg(h)i `in the face of,' Stair Erc. 634 (cf. II (g) above). a ngleacaidhe thusa a n-ucht an bhaoghail, O'Rah. xxxv 13 . Cf. i n-ucht mhíonmhuighe M., L. Cl. A. B. 108.196 .

(b) before, or at the beginning of: linnte balbha ar bheagán uisge | i n-ucht ṡamhraidh, TD 34.36 . a n-ocht fomhair, 23 G 24, 405 .

(c) against : ro innsaigsett ... in lathair i n-ucht muintere Poimp, CCath. 5703 . do rinne Dia i n-ucht ar gciontadh | an cogadh do chur i ndlús, Dán Dé iii 3 `against our sins God pressed on the war.' Cf. do léig 'n-ar n-ucht a aithne | do threig lucht a leasaighthe (of an ungrateful pupil) Ir. Monthly 1929, 42.8 ( DDána p. 353 ). Here perh.: sgeith don tuinn altdorcha im ucht, Measgra D. 50.27 .

(d) ` besides' : dá chroich eile it ucht | ó dhá churp i gcás `besides thee,' PBocht 5.40 .

fri (re) hu.¤ , ré n-u.¤

(a) before (of space or time), in front of, facing (of position) : giodh re hucht n-innsgne ┐ molta ┐ bfocuil, ┐ gé re hucht n-oibrighthe, IGT, Introd. § 16 . an tan teagmhus ad no gad no dod ... re hucht nguthaidhe, tinne lom as cóir ann, § 20 . acht re hucht .r. no .l. no .n. ar lár comhfhocuil, § 34 . garbhuighidh .r. re hucht .dh., § 45 . a hosnaidh re hucht na croiche, DDána 30.33 . i bhfoslongphort ré hucht chathrach B., TSh. 777 . do bhí i bhfoslongphort réna n-ucht, 5917 . Cf. 1070 , 2967 . do shuidh comhairle na millteach i bhfoslongphort rém ucht, 3881 . tógtar mo phuball re hucht na sluagh, ITS xxiv 30.16 . mar a raibhe C. ... re hucht bhfear nÉirinn, 74.29 . a-tá 'na chnoc ard rem ucht | an díomas ..., DDána 6.32 . do [h]ordoigheadh le hUilliam | sráid ar leith don lucht seanma | da mbeith re a ucht infheadhma, `that they may be ready to perform before him' Ériu v 58.8 . ag dul a nAlbain ... gur eirigh coire B. re na ucht, BCC 378.2 . tarrla cúan rena n-ucht, Stair Erc. 2267 . ro chuir ... Ó Néill an coimlion cedna fri a n-ucht, Hugh Roe 162.26 . ód chí an t-éag re hucht mo bheoil `when he sees death near me,' PBocht 24.29 . a rabha rem ucht san ḟionnbhragh `those whom I found,' TD 11.13 . na hÍobhuil re a hucht `the Jews whom she met,' PBocht 5.36 . san rian nár hoireadh re a ucht | i ngurt gliadh dob oiremh Art, L. Cl. A. B. 232.35 . an lá re hucht na hAoine, Studies 1936, 67.19 . immediately before, on the point of: tarladar sin uile dhó ré hucht na Bealltaine `on the approach of,' Keat. iii 2141 . as coir ... a glacadh re hucht mbáis (sc. the Eucharist), O'Hussey, Ó Héodhusa 206.5 . ré hucht an bháis, TSh. 797 . agus é re hucht bháis, Keat. ii 169 . ré hucht an éaga, TSh. 8682 . re hucht a éaga, PBocht 11.19 ; 28 . go beith ré hucht éagtha dhóibh, TSh. 7795 . nir ghabhusa oglach nua riam re hucht chatha I never yet engaged a new follower on the point of battle , CF 542 . re hucht catha Muighe Rath, BS § 49 . re hucht an catha do chur, A. Ó Dálaigh lv 7 . re hucht dulta ar neamh Dhó, Eochairsg. 4.32 . ré hucht dulta ar siubhal sluaigh, TSh. 6975 . ré hucht triallta do thabhairt Catha A. `on the point of setting out,' Keat. iii 2299 . ré hucht triallta i L. dhó, 3113 . ré hucht bheithe ag déanamh crábhaidh when about to ' TSh. 424 . do-ghéna ... | déra re hucht n-imtheachta `at parting,' Studies 1924, 85.1 . nach mór do hairigheadh orra | ... doimheanma re hucht na heachtra `at that (death-) journey,' PBocht 24.10 . re hucht in baili d'fāgbáil dōibh, Fl. Earls 20.6 . re hucht Críosd do chur fan lic, PBocht 9.29 . re hucht an cheatha do chur, Ir. Monthly 1920, 596.22 . ré hucht imirce do dhéanamh as an saoghal so, TSh. 7745 . ré hucht cháich do dhul san chath, Keat. ii 4527 . at the time of: oslaigid re hucht in sgeōil | fuindeōga ēsca as aeōir (sc. of the Nativity), ACL iii 244 § 16 = at the tidings . re hucht na togha `at the Choosing,' (sc. on Judgment Day), Dán Dé x 10 .

(b) for, for the purpose of, with a view to, as a provision for: in sciath ra hucht in chatha, LL 300b1 . bíse it armaibh re hucht gcean `to win triumphs,' TD 19.15 . is é ro chuir an céadchath, | re hucht n-iomchosnaimh ḟuinn Bhreagh `in contest for,' 4.6 . bliadhain iomshlán d'Aonghas Ruadh | re hucht ngill ar ghrés n-ionnfhuar `seeking to attain the prize,' Studies 1920, 2.5 . gur chuir ... Noe taise Ádhaimh i dtaisgidh san áirc ré hucht na dílinne, TSh. 236 . ré hucht gheimhridh an bháis, 6350 . bíodh ré hucht deargadh na ndeor, PBocht 13.20 . mar aighne re hucht [a]saortha, 1.25 . Common after vbs. of preparing : bhádar seacht mbliadhna ag a n-ullmhughadh re hucht na heachtra preparing for , Keat. i 184.19 . ré hiad féin d'ollmhughadh ré hucht an bháis, TSh. 2656 . iad féin d'ollmhughadh ... ré hucht ionnsaighthe na bearnan soin to attack , 2652 . é féin d'inneall ré hucht na nguasacht bhíos 'na chionn, 2241 . Cf. 6887 . Here perh. ré hucht na ríoghdhála soin da ngairthí Feis T., Keat. ii 3871 [ for the purposes of (?)].

(c) against : do chuadar na Saracení sluagh líonmhar ré hucht Constantionopuil `laid siege to,' Keat. iii 2261 . ba merburba ina tot murtonn in mormara re hucht alla no aird-sleibe, CCath. 5792 . cia as ionchuir re hucht na tuinne | achd lucht iomchuir cuinge Críosd, `who can face that wave ?' PBocht 8.22 . líonaid re hucht na n-ánrath | brúaigh ísle na n-úaránshroth, Studies 1921, 419.12 . lucht mo luinge i dtír do theilg | Ríoghan re hucht buinne bhuirb, A. Ó Dálaigh viii 4 . trí doirsi thighe an dhúilimh, iadhfuidher uile ré tucht, O'Hussey, Ó Héodhusa 127.3 . foighide maordhacht méin tromdha | ... gá caomhna re hucht gach fhormaid, Studies 1927, 438.20 . banfhlaith ..., | turnadh cáich re hucht n-eisíth `who pacifies all in face of enmity (?)' Studies 1921, 589.10 . gé tá cóir na gcló rem ucht | mó mo dhóigh as do dhaonnacht `stands against me' A. Ó Dálaigh xxxix 19 . an pháis oirdhearc fhuair dár gcoimhéad | cur ré hucht gá hagra as mhó, PBocht 9.28 . dá dtugthar re hucht bhar n-agra | ... coim óm athair dhála dhamh `against thy charge,' 1.23 .

IV Compds. :

n (a) with subst. ¤bruinne breast, bosom : co mbui a ucht-bruinne fria bord na luinge, CCath. 2045 . tucc a laim dar a uchtbruinne, IT i 121.20 ; 122.5 . eter coilér a sccapail ┐ an nocht-bhruinne (leg. a n-ochtb.) BNnÉ i 89 § 188 . araill fri huchtbruinne Tepoitt na long 'watching the motions of' ( fronting, breasting ), AFM vi 2124.20 . á haithle mh'ailemhna, | re hucht-bhruindi hui A. `at the very bosom of,' MR 304.24 . Of the forepart of a raft : ro tair[r]ngit re huctbruindi na ratha, CCath. 2664 . pl. uc[h]tbruinnedha echda ic a n-urtoccbail, 6098 . do comtuaircnigh ... a n-uchtbruinde fein fri araili (v.l. n-uchbruinded ; n-uctbruinnedha), CCath. 3171 . mná ... co n-ór fria n-uchtbrunnib, LU 3889 ( SCC 40 ). ¤bualad ` breast-smiting ' : ro dubhglassatar a mbeoil ... lasin uctbualadh, CCath. 4633 .

¤chlár

(a) front board of a chariot : is amhlaidh tainic et uchtclar a carpait re a bruinde, TBC-LL¹ p. 607 n. 1 .

(b) a breastplate : inar ... forórda uimp[i] cona uchtchlar ordaigi ann, Acall. 5922 . see 470 n. , 3021 n. , 4080 n.

¤chnoc `breast-hill' : an t-uc[h]tcnoc airdṡlébhe, CCath. 5374 . ¤chrann a poitrel, armour for a horse's breast (?) : ce beith ic brisiudh a ucht-crand remi a saint in retha, 570 n. ¤chride : dhó ar n-osgladh a uchtchroidhe (: oile) `after piercing the centre of the Just One's breast,' Ir. Monthly 1928, 438 § 12 ( DDána p. 118 ). ¤chumdach a corslet (lit. breast-covering) : re deirrideacht a n-eididh agus a n-u(a)chtcomdaig (leg. n-ucht-c.), Celt. Rev. iv 118z . ¤géimnech : badh dhealg na chliabh gach liach dá n-uichtghéimnigh `each sigh of their sobbing breasts,' Ó Bruad. iii 122 § 4 . ¤guin a breast-wound : t'ochtghoin mar do fhoillsigh t'fháidh, Studies 1938, 74.28 . náir lé ochtghoin a hoidhir | dá locthair hé d'ionnsoighidh, 470.27 . a éin-mheic fhuair an ocht-ghuin, Ir. Monthly 1923, 472 § 6 ( DDána p. 185 ). atá séala ar th'ocht-ghuin uain, A. Ó Dálaigh viii 5 . Mac Muire ar na ocht-ghuin uaim, xxix 8 . ¤liach `heartfelt sorrow' : oidheadh Eoghain i n-Áth Cliath | tug toirchios och is uchtliach, Ó Bruad. iii 50 . ¤macad adoption : athargadh, ochdmhacadh, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 48 ). Cf. uchtmhacadh `the adoption of a son,' P. O'C. ( Romans 8.15 has : spiorad na macachda= s. athargadh na cloinne, 1681 ). see pláta a breast-plate : agus do dhéna tú ar an uchtphláta slabhruidhe ag na cennuibh, Exodus xxviii 22 .

(b) with adj. uchtard (gl. strumossus [ventosus]), Ir. Gl. 643 . ¤bláith : do chonncadar cáthair ... ucht-bhláith uai[th]ne ... uatha ` fair-breasted ', ITS i 60.5 . do choncamair ... pálás ..., uchtbhláith `of beautiful front,' Oss. iv 250.2 . ¤gel white-bosomed : carais ... aindre áille uchtgheala, ZCP i 64 § 53 . laech uchtgel rochoem, TBC-LL¹ p. 783 n. 11 . in gach aird uichtghil d'Eirinn, Studies 1926, 237.1 . Metaph. : colum uichtgheal álainn, 1934, 434.10 . do ghéis uichtghil Ḟinne | tuigthir linne ar lobhradair, TD 16.41 . As npr. f. : beires Éanna mac Néill Uichtgheal inghean Mh. ... leis, L. Cl. A. B. 9.2 . ¤lethan broad-breasted, of animals : each ... uchtletan, CCath. 4735 . ar da n-echaib ... uchtlethna, TBC-LL¹ 3377 . gabur ... uchtlethan, LU 8626 ( FB 47 ). Of the sea : an toigēb mo c[h]urchān cīar | ōs aigēn uchtlet[h]an án ? ZCP x 46 § 8 . imle uichtleathna na hÉireann, Ir. Monthly 1929, 331.37 . As epithet : co rancadar crich Airtig Uchtleathain, Ériu viii 176.31 . Cloithfhionn inghean Eochach Uicht-lethain, Keat. ii 2874 . ¤slim smooth-breasted : dúntar órsgabal uichtshlim | mun rígh re héill n-airgidchinn, L. Cl. A. B. 98.145 . ¤solus bright-breasted : As epithet : Eithne Uchtsolus, Mackinnon Cat. 143.13 . Ádhumh ucht-ṡolus, Ériu iv 114 § 17 . Of goblets : niamh a corn n-ochtṡolus n-óir, TD 8.10 .

(c) with verb: do uchtbidgadar ┐ do thoitedar a ngnúsi re lár 'they were shaken to the core and fell with their faces to the ground', Stair Nic. 28.518 .​