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UALACH [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

UALACH
-AIGH, -AIGHE, {masculine} load, burden, cargo, OBLIGATION, a quantity;
UALACH FÉIR, a lead ({especially} a HORSE-LOAD) of hay;
UALACH CAPAILL, a horse-load;
UALACH DUADHAIS, a burden of hardship;
UALACH AIRGID, a great deal of money;
UALAIGHE ÁRDA --- TRAIDÍNI ({South} {Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849});
UALGHA, poet, {plural} great deeds ({Citation:O'Bruadar});
IOMARCA UALAIGH, an excessive lead;
TROM-UALACH, a heavy lead, {genitive singular} -AIGH, heavy-laden;
UALACH MIC (or GIOLLA) NA LEISCE, BEIREADH LCIS FÁGADH, the lazy man's lead, let him take it or leave it;
{dative}'AON UALACH, at One delivery or birth;
{dative}' UALACH ORM, I am Obliged (to do a thing);
THUIT 'SA UALACH ORM, it fell on me altogether;
H-UALACH DO DHUINE A BHRAT, One dees not feel the weight of One's clothes;
IS FAD A Ó BHAILE {dative}'FHÁGAIS {dative}'N., you di.OPPED your burden far from home (of things left misplaced);
É BHREITH LEO ABHAILE 'PÉ UALACH LEO É, to carry it home however heavy (or in ref, to a story, however difficult to remember) they found it;
AOILEACH UALACH RAIBH i GCLUAIS (---CLÓS) DO THIGHE-SE, may neither manure (sell, cattle) nor lead (soil, agricultural produce) be found in your yard.
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