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caindeldae

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adj io, iā (caindel) like a candle, bright, shining : macc c.¤ (caindelta, v.l.) Cúanach , Fél. Feb. 19 . a arg oir cain coindealta (of Mary), Ir. Lit. 96.12 . suil glas coindelda, Fél. 148.6 . rosc . . . is é c.¤ , TBC-LL¹ 5307 . ar an gcrannghail gcoinnealta, Ériu v 62.2 . a hindaib cloidem corr coindealta, Aen. 2492 .

1 cúanach

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adj o, ā (1 cúan)

(a) full of packs (of wolves, etc.): Slīabh Cūa cūanach corrachdub `wo Wolfsrudel hausen', Bruchst. 153 ( IT iii 87 § 99 ). Fergal foltgarb, cūanaig Bregmaige, ZCP xii 238 § 64 (for B. cūanaig ?). ? mag cuanach Muigi Ratha, MR 174.8 . ōtá Cnāmchoill cūanuigh, ZCP x 344 § 16 (2 c. ?). fan gcuireadh gcuanach `thronged gathering' (of animals), TD 16.34 .

(b) in bands, troops; having or attended by troops : dubh druth chongbhalach, cuanach , Ériu xiii 14.28 . cersat cuanach nir' choi crech ` troopful ', Fél. xxiv § 1 . Cairpre c.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iv 212.17 . ? Cheltchair chuanaig cauir chéilig, LL 2118 .

2 cúanach

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adj o, ā (2 cúan) having harbours, havens, stretches of water : baile . . . cuanach, coilltech (of Glendalough), BNnÉ 144.14 `abounding in havens' (Gloss.). coimdhe Cualann cuanaighe, AFM ii 644.19 . ? slicht a dā gāi tria cach mūlach / cūanach flescach fērach, Corm. Y 944 (? leg. mullach: cullach, Corm. Tr. 119 ). ? a braoi . . . gan ruainne as áit / da caoilbhreis chróin . . . cuanach cáidh, Hackett² li 28 .

? ilmonsa

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Forms: i.

n g.: biaid brattán fuidb im nech | fodaig i.¤ (v.l. risonsa) Cuanach tr. `there will be a little cloak of spoils around someone because of the many feats of Cuanu,' Mór M. § 11. ? Cf. monasach.

mualach

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n m. a bog or swamp ? m.¤ .i. seiscend, ut dixit Rechtgal ó Siadhail: Slicht a dā gai tria cach m.¤ | cuanach flescach fērach, Corm. Y 944 ; quoted also by O'Cl. with gl.: m.¤ .i. seisgeann. m.¤ `a way, passage ', O'R. Poems Cf. mian mualacháin doircheacht, Hard. ii 404.20 .

túagach

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adj o, ā (1 túag) arched, curved. Of weapons: do gai t.¤ tairbertach trénturig, LU 10414 . ra gabastar a chlaideb camthuagach catha bar a chlíu, TBC-LL¹ 3736 . rosfuc uad mac Cailchin Cuanach | tria chailchend tuagach nar thim (`by means of his axe-like spearhead'), RC xlvii 307.2 . Note also: conaca in tiprait túagaig | n-escraig `the fountain's falling arch of waters,' Ériu iv 100 § 34 . ? eolach a tealcaigh in tuagach | a seanc[h]aid Suamach na slog, x 78 § 26 .

úa, óa, ó

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Forms: hau, haue, hauc, hua, hú, úa, óa, hūä, ua, au, aua, hue, hUae, O, hoa, hUa, ua, Ua, , Oa, U, ua, húa, ūë, haui, hu, hú, ú, o, hai, hui, hua, uí, ūï, au, hoi, hui, Í, u, huu, h, uu, Oa, Ó, Ua, hU, U, ua, Ú, Ó, ua, Ó, háu, aui, Ui, Huí, Uí, U, Oi, hu, Ui, Í, hue, Ú, Húu, Úa, Á, hÚ, auu, u, hU, Ou, U, h-Ua, U, Hua, Óe, Óe, Óa, O, Oa, , hUe, huae, huae, u, hU, ó, aui, Uíb, Uib, hUíb, I, uaib, auib, Oai, uib, Oib, hUib, auae, ua, ua, huae, aeu, úa, úa, haue, U, Ui, Uí, Huí, Huí, Ui, Uí, Huí, Ui, auu, Aú, Uu, Úu, Úu, Úu, hÚ, Úu, Úa, Húu, Úu, Ua, Ua, Ua, Óa, Ua, Hua, Úa, Úa, Óa, Óa, Óe, Úa, Óe, nhUib, Huib, nUib, nUib, Uib, nOib, Ib, Uíb, Uib, hUíb, Uíb, .h., O, hU, Ó, Ó, Ó, Í, Ó, Ú, Ó, Ú

n (earlier aue) io, m. (somet. f. see IGT, Decl. § 98 and exx. below):

n s. hau, Sg. 29a10 . haue (hua, hoa, hue, v.l.), Fél. Feb. 8 . hauc (hua, ua, huae, v.l.), ib. Apr. 11 . hua, SR 2754 . 3866 . hú, Trip.² 958 . úa, 2522 . óa, 2533 . hūä, Hail Brigit, § 6 , § 22 . ua, Laws ii 330.16 Comm. PH 4298 . au, AU 646 . aua, 744 . hue, 780 . hUae, 767 . O, 762 . hoa, 795 . hUa, 617 . ua h-, 919 . Ua, TD 34.30 . , TD 34.1 .

a s. Oa (eclip.), AU 948 . (for) U , 1024 . v s m. a ua , TD 22a14 . v s f. a húa , SR 6006 . a ūë , Hail Brigit § 26 (where ūë is a disyllable).

g s. haui (hui, hoe v.l.), Fél. May 16 . hu, SR 3006 , 3110 . hú, Three Historical Poems 202 q. 38a; 206 q. 50b . ú, LL 1403, 17349 . o, Trip.² 3058 . hai, Laws v 512.2 . hui, i 182.26 Comm. hua, ib. 156.29 . uí, LL 147a4 . ūï, Bruchst. i 53 § 117 . au, AU 706 . hoi, 675 . hui, 653 . Í (asp.), TD 28.40 .

d s. u, Laws i 274.10 Comm. (dia) huu , BB 440a21 . h, AU 617 . uu, 810 . Oa, 912 . Ó (asp.), 1038 . Ua, 1012 . hU, 1039 . U, 1053 . ua, TD 6.3 . Ú (asp.), 15.44 . Ó (asp.), 17.30 . ua (eclip.), 21.28 . Ó (eclip.), 31.12 .

n p. háu, Sg. 30b12 . aui, ib. Ui, Trip.² 2117 . Huí, 2147 . Uí (asp.), 2336 . U, Laws v 218.30 Comm. Oi, AU 840 . hu, 769 . Ui, 1037 . Í (asp.), TD 16.52 . (ind) hue , Auraic. 5146 (LL). uea, 5151 .

a p. Ú, Trip.² 2156 , 2205 etc. Húu, 1185 . Úa, 2379 . Á, 1540 . (la) hÚ , 716 . auu, Thes. ii 241.6 (Arm.). auu, AU 742 . u, 589 . hU, 666 . Ou, 849 . U, 743 . (la) h-Ua , 811 .

g p. U, Trip.² 2025 . Hua (eclip.), 2178 . Óe, 2125 . Óe (eclip.), 1915 . Óa (eclip.), 2211 . 1091 . O, AU 740 . Oa n-, 794 . , 881 . hUe, 771 . huae n-, 648 . huae, 646 . u, 644 . hU, 736 . ó (eclip.), TD 8.16 .

d p. aui, Sg. 28a20 . Uíb, Trip.² 2191 . Uib, 2202 . hUíb, 2272 . I, Laws v 264y . uaib, PH 4246.4249 . auib, AU 756 . Oai, 789 . uib, 562 . Oib, 819 . hUib, 913 .

n du. da auae , AU 743 . da ua , 780 . a du. da ua , 776 , da huae , 817 . g du. da aeu , 571 .

A grandson : úa m., IGT, Decl. § 108 . ūa .i. oo ē oldās in mac ┐ in t-athair, ar is tōisechu mac et athair oldās úa, Corm. Y 1277 . haue (gl. nepos), Sg. 29a10 . háui ... aui, 30b12 . do maccaib ┐ auib, 28a20 . haue (hua, ua, huae, v.l.) ... | do Dunlang, Fél. Apr. 11 . m'athair ba húa do Abrám, SR 3302 . Sennar mac Sem ... | hua do Noe mac Lamiach, 2754 . hua Iobe ... | dorinnscan bathis, 7497 . dá mac dec sin ... | Iacoib hui Abaráim, 3006 . Cf. 3110 . gabais hÉrinn hūäe Luirc, Hail Brigit § 6 . hūäe hūäe, ib. § 22 . Dungalach mac Faelgusa | úa Nad Froích fír, Trip.² 2522 = Trip. 214.3 . bá húa Coirpri mallachtai baí inna brú, 958 = Trip. 86.25 . Soergus óa Mail E., 2533 . athair ┐ mac ┐ ua, Laws i 214.5 Comm. mac flatha, ┐ ua araile, ii 330.16 Comm. is anad a mic ┐ a hui for treisi, i 182.26 Comm. im cinaid ... do huai, ib. 156.29 . ni hicca cinaid a mic, nach a hai, v 512.2 . cethruime eneclainne i n-ua, i 274.10 Comm. curub si bes for a mac ┐ for a ua dogres, v 292.3 Comm. ni ren int athair ni sech macu, sech ua grandsons , iv 286.8 . beit a macc ┐ a ua i n-a chomorbus, PH 4298 . millid [flaithius] im a maccaib ┐ im a uaib dia essi, 4246 . bruidhean núa gá dénaimh dhó | méraidh dá úa is dá íarmó, IGT, Decl. ex. 1800 .

A granddaughter : úa f., IGT, Decl. § 98 . cid daas in chaillech ? ól P. ... óa dam-sa sin, ól ind oclach, Trip.² 267 = Trip. 28.19 . ua da hathair, RC xii 237.6 ( LL 136b ). ua do Candí ingen Berrsan, BB 230b21 (YBL however has: is uad Coindi). Derb-áil deg-úa Áeda Oirdnidi, RC xlvii 311 ( LL 141a1 ). Dub Daire úa Tigernaig, Mórthimch. Erenn § 56 (ed. Hogan) . v s. a ūë Bresail maic Dēin, slán seiss, a Brigit co mbūaid !, Hail Brigit § 26 (ūë is a disyllable here. See Wortk. 124 ). a Míchol mer ... | a húa engach Athemas, SR 6006 .

Of a swarm of bees: in baili a nabair 'secht saithe' tall is amlaid rosoich: cetsaithi ┐ a mac ┐ a ua 'the place where it says 'seven swarms' above, it extends thus: the first swarm and its 'son' (i.e. secondary swarm) and its 'grandson' (i.e. tertiary swarm)', Bechbretha 184 (c) ​​​​​.

a male descendant : haue (v.l. hua, hoa, hue) án ind ecis, Fél. Feb. 8 . féil án haui (v.l. hui, hoe) Súanaig, ib. May 16 . haue deochain Odissi (hóa v.l.), Hy. ii 4 . aue Muiredaich ... | ... | aue ..., Thes. ii 295 10 - 11 . Adamnán óa Tínni, Trip.² 3059 = Trip. 256.12 . Ultan mac oí Chonchobair, ib. 3058 = Trip. 256.12 .

a female descendant : banua Í Ruairc bhuig bhronntaigh, | deaghua Í Néill is Í Bhriain Bhreagh 'descendant of lavish, generous Ó Ruairc, this goodly descendant of Ó Néill and of Ó Briain of Breagha', O'Hara 286 § 6​​​ .

a spiritual descendant , e.g. a man ordained by Patrick is P.'s úa : bid limm, ol Pátraic, cena .i. úa dam-sa ┐ duit-siu bías and .i. epscop Coirpre, Trip.² 1942 = Trip. 166.18 . Patraic dano dorat grada for epscop Brugach, conid úa do Patraic asin dúal sin, ib. 1946 = Trip. 166.24 .

In the phr.: gusin nomad nó as far as the 9th generation (see 4 nó): itir clainn ┐ geinelach | cusin nómad n-ó, O'Dav. 547 = gusin nomad no, ACL iii 315 n. 21. 4 .

pn In the formation of sept-names the plural of úa is found folld. by the gen. of the eponym, e.g. Ui Néill, Ui Fidgente. Accord. to Professor Mac Neill these belong to a later fashion of nomenclature than collective-names (see McNeill Pop.-Groups p. 82 seq.). `In the genealogies, but not in general usage, there is a partial revival of sept-names in Ui, probably in the eleventh century, perhaps due to professional familiarity with the early nomenclature.' The eponym can be feminine. e.g. Ui Bairrche, Ui Brigte. Professor MacNeill knows no instance of a sept-name derived from a female ancestor within the documentary period. He thinks that the feminine sept-eponyms had a religious, not a genealogical, import. The follg. exx. are illustrative merely: n p. U Barrche (Oe Barche, v.l.), Thes. ii 307.4 (Fiacc's Hymn). Ui Failge, ib. 344.36-7 (Broccán's Hymn). Uí Chúanach, Trip.² 2336 . Huí Failán ┐ Huí Duib Dáre, Trip.² 2787 = Trip. 234.28 . Ui Tarrorrae, Trip.² 2117 = Trip. 180.21 . Uí Lilaig, Trip.² 2144 = Trip. 182.22 . cf.= Huí Lilaig, Trip.² 2147 . amail atait Ui Ceindselaig, Laws v 218.30 Comm. a p. la auu censelich, Ardm. 11 ( Thes. ii 241.6 ). la Aú Amalgada, Trip.² 1540 . fri Uu Ailello, 1051 . la Úu Censélaig, 2220 , 2260 . la Úu Cremthain, 2251 . la Úu Cúanach , 2320 . la hÚ Dortháin, 716 . for Úu Hercán, 2205 . cu Úa Fidgente, 2379 . itir Húu Mane, 1185 . Úu Néill, 3013 . coro bendach Firu Cúle .i. Úu Segain, 2156 . g p. (i ndesciurt) Ua Censelaig, Thes. ii 341.35 (do rig) Ua Culduib, 347.35 cf. 37 . i crich Ua Néill, 329.38 . Ua Briuin, Trip.² 2025 . Óa nAilello, 1091 . Ua Cremthaind, 2039 . Hua nGarrchon, 2178 . Úa Lilaig, 2151 . Úa Méith, 2114 . 2129 . Óa nErecán, 2211 . Óa Fiachrach, 1597 . Óe Méith, 2125 . Úa Folgi, 2574 . Óe nDarca Chéin, 1915 . d p. hi nhUib Amalgada, Thes. ii 313.46 . a Huib Briuin, ib. 334.39 . i nUib Failge, 329.36 . Cf. 336.42 ; 338.28 . i nUib Garchon, 312.37 . d'Uib Lescain doib, 343.26 . i nOib Muredaig, 342.20 . i n-Ib Conaill Gabra, Laws v 264 y . do Uíb Garrchon, Trip.² 2191 . di Uib Hercán, 2202 . for hUíb Censélaig, 2272 . di Uíb Bresail, 2782 . In Classical Irish, petrified d p. is used for n p., a p. and g p. of sept and territorial names: Foráois na horcra Íbh Eathach, Bardic Miscellany 248 . do loisg tú ... Íbh Ethach, Ériu lxiii 122 . feólfhuil uíbh Néill, Éigse xiii 218 § 29 .

Surnames in Ua commence to be used in the 10th century: Comaltan H. Cleirigh, AU 980.6 .

pn In surname (used as title): .h. Ciardai, AU i 470 z (an. 953) . O Ruairc, ib. 470 y (an. 953) cf. an. 964. o hU Ruairc, ib. 506.1 (an. 998) . n s. Ó Néill, TD 7.6 etc. Aodh ... do ghabháil ríghe ... bliadhain is fiche ina Thigherna, ina Ó Néill, agus secht mbliadhna 'na iarla tar éis Ó Néill do ghairm de, L. Cl. A. B. 38.9 - 10 . Máire, inghean Chuinn Uí Néill dar goireadh Ó Néill i nÉirinn, 53.29 . Cf. 35 . Ó Doma Í Dhomhnaillhnaill, ib. 41.26 . Ó Súillemháin, 39.20 . v s. a Í Dhomhnaill, TD 2.34 . a s. dlighidh ... Ó Néill do chonnmháil an fad as áil leis, L. Cl. A. B. 43.26 . g s. Tighearnus Uí Néill ar Chóigeadh Uladh, 41.2 . gnúis ... Í Néill, TD 7.43 . file Í Dhomhnaill, 3.10 . d s. d'Ó Néill, 8.19 . d'Ú Néill, ib. 36 . d'Ó Dhomhnuill, 15.6 . d'Ú Chonchobhair, ib. 44 . Diarmaid ... 'na Ua Conchubhair nDonn, L. Cl. A. B. 2.16 . Tadhg Óg ... ina Ua Conchubhair Ruadh, ib. 18 .

úaigid

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Forms: fuaigh, úaget, fuaidhfe

v ī (later also with prothetic f)

(a) stitches together, sews : Impv. fuaigh sída (v.l. fuaidh), ML² 515 . úaget, negat in bráthair | corrice úair na tertae `let the brothers sew,' Ériu iii 100 § 26 (Rule of Ailbe). pass. fuaigter croiceann in meandan mot' laim i richt Iasu, BB 236b2 . pres. indic. in bec ó bhḟuaigend .i. in tsnathat with which she sews , O'Dav. 995 . do mhac Áodha ... | fúaighidh bean bruta súaithnid, IGT, Decl. ex. 1967 . pass. rel. sarta tecta, id est tuige huaigther 'roofing which is stitched together', GDH 271 . cro fuaigther d'iallaib, Laws i 152. 26 Comm. perf. rofuaig crocenn in mind móir | ... im laim nIacóib, SR 2849 . édach rus fúaigh Muire mass, Arch. Hib. iv 204 § 3 . dfuáigh mé saicédh air mo chroicionn, Job xvi 15 . ro-fhuaigset a chroicend imme doridisi co ṅdelgi spíne, PH 2147 . do fhuáidheadar duilleadha fíge dhá chéile, Gen. iii 7 . pass. ro-īccad īarum a chend ┐ rofūaged co snáth óir, Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 8 § 10 . an chnáib dhubh, | ... lér fuaghadh feoir na mbróga, O'Rah. xviii 39 . Cf. hi folomrad [do mairb] .i. ticsel .i. in gaim ro oged impe, O'Curry 798 (< H 3.18 p. 371a ), cf. Laws i 174.28 . imperf. pass. (ní fhuil acht cré) ... ins na maoth-ghlacaibh méarlaga le' bhfuaightí an t-ór, Keat. Poems 313 . fut. d'inghin óig ... | dá bróig úirleathair úaighfidh, IGT, Decl. ex. 1967 . pass. mar fuaghfaidhear éadach taoibh | fad chorp a-muigh a mhacaoimh, A. Ó Dálaigh xli 9 .

(b) unites, joins (freq. metaph.): impv. fuaigh an cridhe red chroidhe, TD 30.1 . fuascail Fódla ... | is fuaigh a fóirne i ngrádh a chéile, Ó Bruad. iii 142 § 1 . uaged cech síd (v.l. uaigheadh sith) `let him consolidate every peace,' Tec. Corm. §1.40 . re mac ingene Anna | fūaigem uli ar n-anmanna, ACL iii 240 § 42 n. (= fuaigium, ZCP xii 367 ). pres. indic. fuaighidh teasbach faoilligh | fiodhradh bile re bun bhfeóir, TD 29.30 . Magh Fáil an feadh nach fúaigheann | do ghabh lúaigheall áigh Émann, IGT, Decl. ex. 597 . trí tírthi san n-ágh úaighfe, ex. 1243 . perf. eng do ḟúaigh (v.l. fuaidh) tre ámuille, IGT, Decl. ex. 196 . crích Énna do úaigh (: húair) go himel, ex. 1673 . do-rad Niall ... phóig uaidh ... | dár ḟuaigh ḟionnadhbha nÉibhir, TD 1.15 . óclach d'Eochaid rofúaig fedain (v.l. rosfuaig) that knit the ranks , Metr. Dinds. iv 108.18 . dfuaigh do dhaonibh gradh le goil [sic leg.], `attached himself affectionately to' Rel. Celt. ii 278.27 . do fhuaighedar a naigenta ... re chéile, Caithr. Thoirdh. 95.31 . pass. do fuaigheadh cearcall clár ndearg `fashioned,' Ir. Monthly 1923, 641 ( DDána p. 413 ). an gafa im bhéal, mo léan, do fuaigheadh, Keat. Poems 1424 . fut. fuaidhfe (v.l. fuaidhfidh) mé mo bhéal le sring ḟighte, Hackett iii 13 . fuaighfidh risna gáibh gera | an láimh shuaithnidh shoisgéla `he will fasten,' Studies 1925, 62.11 . Cf. cossin laithe ronuagad | ganem im thóibu Cuanach , LL 275a47 . uaigthe cend Corpri ... do airsciu Echdach, LL 121b 52 ( Petrie's Tara p. 202 ) seems pret. pass. sg. abs.

(c) binds : senchas ind lochta fúaigset (v.l. sníset) Ossín fon tiprait, Metr. Dinds. iii 252.136 .

(d) Metaph. weaves, composes (a story, etc.): in lind-se lúadim cech lá, | dia n-úagim (or: dian-uaigim? v 137 ) sós senchassa `when I weave the lore of legend,' Metr. Dinds. iii 338.2 (v.l. fuaigim; fuaidim). ro úaig cach rúin in challait `wove all the mysteries,' 258.39 (v.l. uaid; fuaid; ucc). (?) doáirim úa Duinn duibe | fót Cinn builid Berraide | do sheól co becht dar' fuaig lib | cert Sléibe Fúait, is finnaid `when he firmly wove for you,' iv 168.43 (v.l. doruaig). ní ḟuaighfinn d'uasal fearsad, Ó Bruad. ii 248 . Cf. a maīn nochon fuair Etain | ro fuaigh aīb inn aircetail, Auraic. 1973 (= BB 331b38 ).

uag clas, clas uaigtir ar cach (etym. of eclas), Laws ii 344.21 Comm.

Compds.: (?) cóir¤ : cairemain .i. coir-fuaigid na paiti corra, YBL 204a32 (= coir fuaiprid `who properly sew,' Laws v 106.21 < BB 347b25 ). cóem¤ : cumais ┐ caomh-fuaighis benda ... a benn-cobar, eter cloich ┐ claraib, BNnÉ 207 § 55 . Cf. figid.

1 úarach

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adj o-ā (1 úar) cold, chilly : it he sin in primpeccthaig | artrebat hIffernn húarach, SR 8350 . is úarach innocht aithgelach Cúanach , LL 275b18 = is uarach | indocht i teghlach Cuanach , PRIA xxx C 267 . of disposition ? : hirach, uarach, airbirech (epithet of the devil), SR 942 . Cf. acht ní fheadar, dar anmain uarach, | cia d'ógaibh na Fódla do luaidhfinn, Keat. Poems 1437 .