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UAIM [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

UAIM
{preposition} {pronoun}, I sing., from me, emph. -se;
{opposite} to AGAM, with me, at me;
IS CUMA DHAMH AGAM UAIM É, it matters not to me whether.I have it or not;
poet, {opposite} to LIONI;
UAIM IS LÉIR AN CÁS ---. IS LIOM IS LÉIR AN EÁS, the matter is Cmite clear to me ({Citation:Pádraigín Haicéad});
ni'{Regional:Leighin.} UAIM ACHT É, I desire it above all things. See Ó.
UAIM
-AMHA, {plural} {idem}, and UAMANNA, {feminine}, act of joining, sewing or rivetting together, welding;
a joint or seam;
junction or epoch;
. alliteration ({especially} between the last two important words in a line, e, {genitive}, REAR GAN STALL), union or concord in verse,{figuratively} verse;
embroidery;
UAIM CLÁRAIDH, joinery;
UAIM GNÚISE, apparent uaim;
UAIM DE SINN, alliteration at the end of a poem;
UAIM NA RITHLEARG, alliterative rhapsodies;
in UAMAIBH CUIL, in the webs of sin;
GAN I.I. SNÁTHAIDE, having no needle's seama (of Christ's garment);
GAN UAIM 'NA NIBEOL, devoid of poetic diction;
IAR SCAOILEADH A N-UAMANN, their searas having loosened;
LEABHAIR UAMA AGUS OIRIS, poem-books and histories;
{dative}Aon UAIM, intentionally ({Inishmaan});
IN UAIM CHIRT. in good metre;
{compounds} : RÍOR-UAIM, alliteration of final words;
CÚL-UAIM, alliteration of words other than finals;
sometimes for UGHAIM, which see.
UAIM
-CHEANGAL, {masculine} an union, a joining or fastening together.
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