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UACHTAR [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

UACHTAR
-AIR, {plural} {idem} and -TRAÍ (in spee, sense), {masculine} upper part, top, surface, superstructure, the south;
bosom, cream ({confer} BUN BAINNC, skimmed milk, P. {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} T.);
upper (of a boot, {plural} {often} -TRAÍ);
UACHTAR BÚISD, a table-top;
UACHTAR NA H-CHIREANN, the south of Ireland (CEANN NA H-ÉIREANN, {idem});
UACHTAR NEIDÍN (or NEID, NEIDE), the uppermost nestling, the favourite of the family;
ÓG-UACHTAR, fresh cream, the first rise of cream;
AN LÁMH UACHTAIR (or IN UACHTAR), the upper hand;
CLOCH UACHTAIR NA BRÓN (-DHINE), the upper millstone (Cruach);
UACHTRAÍ TLÁTHA NACH HLCHASCFADH IN AON ÁIT, pliant uppers that would not burst in any part;
MAR BUINNE DE'N DÍLEANN AG SCÉITH TAR UACHTAR ÁRD SLÉIBHE, like a deluge torrent bursting over a high mountain-top;
AR UACHTAR, on the top or surface;
IN UACHTAR, on top, having the upperhand;
CUIRIM IN UACHTAR, I cast UP;
in place-names. UACHTAR
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