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airgat

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Forms: a.

n (? 1 gat). In plant-name a.¤ feda meadow-sweet: uch ab eo quod est aucha .i. aurgat feda, Corm. Y 1271 . Acc. to Corm. Tr. 165 a.¤ feda is the herb now called airgead lúachra: gab bun airgid luachra `take a root of meadow sweet', O'Gr. Cat. 182.4 . airgid luachra = Lat. regina prati, Rosa Angl. 296.5 .

aucha

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n name of a plant (`withe', Meyer Contribb. p. xviii ). a.¤ .i. aurgat feda ( ucha .i. clungat, LL 23336 ), Corm. Y 1271 (see airgat). As n. pr. A.¤ (son of Augen Aurgnaid), Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 12 § 1 . A.¤ a quo Cenel nUcha, LL 311b42 . Ucha urgnaid a quo cenél Ucha, 49 .

? clungat

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n uch. ab eo quod est ucha .i. c.¤ , LL 23336 = aucha .i. aurgat feda, Corm. Y 1271 (see airgat). `For `glún-gat', with dissimilation of initial g', Contribb. xxvii n.

2 uch

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ind uch ab eo quod est aucha .i. aurgat feda ( ucha .i. clungat, LL 179b38 ), Corm. Y 1271 . `The aurgat feda is the herb now called airgead luachra or meadow-sweet. In the North feadh gen. feadha is used to denote strong rushes of which they make rushlights,' O'Don., Corm. Transl.