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cnocc

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: cnoc

o, m. cnoc m., IGT Decl. § 67 .

n (a) lump, protuberance : cnoc de imbim `a lump of butter', Mon. Tall. 52 (147.9) . Med. swelling, lump, ulcer : c.¤ gl. ulcus, Sg. 23b1 . c.¤ gl. gibber, 22a7 ( Études Celt. xi 116 - 7 ). PCr. 11a2 . chnuc no iduu (leg. idna) gl. dolorem, Thes. ii 236.21 . dourgbad . . . cnoc . . . lān do lindchrú ┐ gur, Corm. Y 975 (s.v. nesscoit). cnoc `lump', Bretha 24 . ar na beth fo chlith in col / dobert c.¤ for a heton (of Cain), SR 2000 . co nderna in chloch luicc ┐ cnuic ina chiunn `hollows and lumps', Cóir Anm. 273 . no fásadís cnuic nemi for a aigid (satirized person) `poisonous ulcers', RC xx 421.14 . cnuicc do máidm tria n-a chorp amal cnocaib, PH 374 . do thúrnam ch.¤ in chinn `for the reducing of wens', O'Gr. Cat. 180.5 . cnuic, ┐ treaghait in Ard Macha, AFM ii 764.11 = c.¤ ┐ treagait `boils and colic', CS 246.y perh. button scurvy, Ir. Hist. Stud. vi 185 . milliuda, cnuicc, crithcha (in list of diseases of cattle), RC xxvi 46 § 233 . cnuic braighid ┐ nescoidi `neck boils', Rosa Angl. 172.15 . O'Gr. Cat. 196.28 . c.¤ braighead gl. ascínancia `quinsy', ACL i 337.135 .

(b) hill, mound : cuilmen .i. cnoc, O'Mulc. 585 . crúach, cnoc, carn, Eg. Gl. 161 . i ndindgnaib ┐ i cnocaib, LU 2062 ( FA 14 ). cnuicc ┐ céti ┐ tulcha, TBC-LL² 1054 . biaidh Ealcmair i cnuc sidha in brogha, ZCP v 524.3 . ad chaomhthach ar chnoc (of Christ on Calvary), DDána 3.31 . cnuic for allmharchaibh ána (of graves), TSh. 5770 . na gcnocaibh . . . cubharanfadhacha craois (of passions), 2075 . spré chnuic, Keat. Poems 328 . don da chnoc teineadh volcanoes, Ir. Astr. Tr. 4.5 . tuir ┐ cnuic debhtha `fighting-mounds', CCath. 1748 . for . . . dvmaib ┐ chnoccaib togla an denna, TTr.² 1864 . Of assembly mound: baí ic tabairt comarli dar cnoccaib inn óenaig, LU 2852 . in cnoc ro buí / alaind ben Eithne in gubai, 3773 ( SCC 34 ). a ch.¤ coinde . . . na n-uli nuallach (body to soul), PH 8273 .

In nn. loc. see. Hog. Onom.

Compds. With nouns: gebid . . . cnocc allsi for muneol, LL 35718 ( SG 416.7 ). da uingi isin cnocbeim blow that raises a lump, O'Curry 280 ( H 3.18, 151 ); 'a blow that inflicts bruising, swelling and loss of skin' Ériu lii 125 . tar colbaduib . . . na cnoc-bōchna, ML² 688 . cnocchoillte comhaimhréidhe, AFM v 1688.11 . isin cnoccdindgna fil for ur in trága, LL 31840 (TTr.). for cnocdruimnibh comardaib `ridges', CCath. 4846 . cnoccimesorgain `mayhem (which raises) a lump', Bretha 24 . dar cnocfoitibh corrac[h]a bulging sods, CCath. 4103 . ba tonda batar ína cnocshlebtib, Aen. 243 . cnoc-thonna crithreacha, TSh. 6630 . isin chnocthulaigh `mountain knoll', Aen. 608 . With adjj.: le fán do chnuicfhinn chosgraigh, O'R. Poems 2648 `the slope of your fair mountain-land(?)', Notes. cenn cnuicremhar críonḟoltach, Ériu v 182.348 .

núallach

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Forms: nualcha, nuallaig, nnuallc[h]a

adj o, ā. (1 núall) loud, clamorous, in fig. sense grandiloquent, impressive? aisndís nuallach ┐ tropdae, gl. clausula pompatica, Ml. 40d18 , ib. 20 (`a proud and figurative declaration', Thes.). a p f. nualcha, gl. clamosas [supplicationes], 107d3 . d s f. inn-irgail nuallaig na drind, LL 275b51 . v s m. mo Nére nuallaig ` eloquent ', O'Gr. Cat. 89.9. As subst. a pomp, procession, show? a p n. i nnuallc[h]a , gl. in pompas, Ml. 116d1 . Cf. a dermaitech na n-uili nuallach , PH 8330 (of the redeemed soul) and 8238 , 8273 , which may represent g p. of this word, or of 1 úallach `proud'.

2 serr?

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ind serrach .i. s.¤ gach n-ūachall, cach n-ogla. Inde dicitur: s.¤ cech n-ōgdamh, Corm. Y 1161 = s.¤ cach nuallach , Thr. Ir. Gl. 41.16 . `s.¤' gach n-og is gach n-uallach, Metr. Gl. 32 § 5 . ? Hence: `searr fear ', O'R.

? Compd. ¤graig: feib théit echrad láir rena serrgraig, TBC-LL¹ 6103 .

serrach

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(2 serr)

I As adj. o, ā spirited, mettlesome, lively, unstable : s.¤ .i. serr cach nuallach ┐ cach nogla. inde dicitur serrech leam .i. ogla leam, Thr. Ir. Gl. 41 . nó gur mhúsclais go searach sásta `stirringly' (Glossary), Ó Bruad. iii 42.7 .

II As subst. o, m., IGT Decl. § 17.21 . a colt, a foal; any young animal (?): s.¤ .i. serr gach n-ūachall, cach n-ogla. Inde dicitur: serr cech n-ōgdamh. Nō s.¤ .i. seir-ech .i. i ndīaid a māthor bīs, Corm. Y 1161 (= Thr. Ir. Gl. 41 ). s.¤ no gercach gl. pullus, Ir. Gl. 494 . láir . . . trogais dí lurchuire (.i. dá s.¤ [H]), LU 10588 . baicc do echaib acht serrchu, is comand do suidiub, Laws ii 118.9 Comm . searruid firinne laisna eachaib, 376.y Comm . in lair . . .; trian ar scath a colla, . . . trian ar scath a serraigh `in consideration of her foal', Laws iii 372.y Comm . lesug[ad] a serraigh isin sīne `the feeding of her foal', 378.12 Comm . corop suntaich ar sen-eich, corop séitrig ar serraig, CRR 6 . amhail teaghad each lair re na searrcha, TBC-LL¹ p. 889 n. 4 (= rena serrgraig, text). a gingobaiph . . . na n-ech . . . ┐ na s.¤ , CCath. 4958 . an t-ech, fós, nach faghaibh sbuir | do cur uirri a n-áis tserruig, Ériu iv 214 § 12 . co subach dubach amail f[h]er-serraigh, ML² 1944 . céid-sh.¤ gach aon lára (as a due), Misc. Hag. Hib. 113 § 38 . bromach, searrach, Eg. Gl. 55 . searrach seang ag bleith a béalbhaigh, DDána 111.20 . s.¤ agam d'éis a riagaid, IGT Verbs ex. 736 . searrach léimneach `prancing charger', Ó Bruad. i 60.13 . gach en chéd-shearrach assail, Exodus xiii 13 . By transf. of children: ní háil liom sean-bhean mar mhnaoi, | máthair chúig searrach nó sé, Dánfhocail 71 . is nár bhur n-iomad gan sioraig gan síolrach, Midnight court 103 ( ZCP v 207 ). `searrach the common name for a foal, young colt or filly; also flighty, timid', P. O'C.

tibrecht, tibriucht

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n (cf. tobrúchtad, tipra) outburst, eruption: a thibhriucht na n-uli nuallach , PH 8238 = a thibrai na n-uili dualach, YBL 162b28 . Cf. inbert inbe cona t.¤ | d'inbib crú, MacCongl. 81.7 , 15 .

tropdae

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adj io, iā (trop) figurative: aisndís nuallach ┐ t.¤ , Ml. 40d18 .

úachal(l), úachell

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Forms: uachall, uallach, uathbhásach

[o-ā] an adj. of uncertain meaning accord. to Metr. Dinds. Gl. `uachall for uallach by transposition of letters ?, i.e. uathbhásach terrible, horrible, frightful, whimsical, fantastical, fanciful , vid. uaichle,' P. O'C. a s. rogab lige n-uachail n-ard, (: Luachair) `he found a grave proud and lofty,' Metr. Dinds. ii 14.55 (v.l. nuachal, n-uathaid)= LU 4170 .

As subst.: serr cech nuachell .i. cech noccla (nuallach, LB) `everything proud,' Corm. Bodl. s.v. serrach . serr gach n-ūachall, cach n-ogla (v.l. uachell, uallach), Corm. Y 1161 .