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2 úaite

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 úaite or dil.ie/42680
Last Revised: 2013

Ghost-word, forms here properly n p. or cpv. of 1 úathad, Ériu xxii 178 : ili ceanna, ūatte enech, ZCP viii 195 § 10 . cf. RC xxvi 36 § 175 . § 179 . cid am laech-sa, ... | att uaitte (it uaiti, v.l.) mo chomairle, TBC-LL¹ 1678 . ro gab maidm for Ultu ar abu ar bati (=batir) úati, LU 1510 . biat olca fir | biat uati rig .i. iar ṅdligud, LL 188az . robdar úaite a n-éolaig, ┐ robdar ile a n-anéolaich, Ériu iv 126.10 . bát úaiti meic aptha na cille so, BNnÉ 14 § 16 (v.l. budh tearc mic bháis). bidhat úaiti meic bet[h]adh as docum nimhe, 17 § 30 (v.l. budh beg do macaibh bethadh rachas). isat uati do populsa, LB 126b35 . as uaiththe na fir, ZCP xvi 333 . gémad uaiti, gemad lia, | in fer, gá mbí techta rig, `whether few or many be his hosts,' MR 40.14 . Cf. FDG 304 . cenmot[h]a dano drecta uaiti ocus sceolanna terca filet do lucht iarthair an domain i ffarradh C. annsud, CCath. 5507 . ger'uaiti (v.l. uathudh) aittrebaidi na cathrach sin, TTebe 1471 . Here perh. belongs : hi fuba do grega, .i. it uaite frit, Laws i 164.13 . Plummer (MS notes) translates : `the horses were alone as far as you were concerned, you had no one attending to them.'

Compar. : ba hūatiu hi feraib oldās A. `he had fewer men than A.', Fianaig. 36.9 . ni bes uaitiu .xx. fri crich a nechtair `he does not have less than twenty men going into a neighbouring territory' (sc. the ansruth), Manners and Customs iii 517.19 . batar uati lestair argait ann oldát lestair óir, Alex. 600 . ni r-bo uati oltas fiche mile, PH 2456 . níptar uati oltás ilmíle, 2523 .

As subst. : huaiti foirbthi dun popul=pauci perfecti, Ml. 90c12 (= huathad do aís foirbthiu, 90c11 ). dorad bennachtain do D. ... ┐ dona húaitibh robattar immaille friu `to the few,' BNnÉ 41 § 83 .