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UALL [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

UALL
{genitive} -AILLE, {dative} -AILL ({also, alias} nem.), {plural} -A, -AILLEACHA, {feminine}, a mean or wail, howl or whine, lamentation;
UALL {Regional:Connaught} howling of dogs;
UALL LIUGHRAIGHE, vociferations;
UALL DO GHLÓIR, -he loudness of your voice ({Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} {Citation:O'Bruadar});
BHA BHINN UALL NA SREABH, sweet was the moan of the streams;
CHNALA AN UALL EASADH, I heard the lamentation being chanted;
{also, alias} UAILL (the common form), UAIL and NUALL;
Lat, ulula;
{also, alias} see under UAILL, {adjective}
UALL
-, UAILL-, in {compounds}, (I) pride, {et cetera};
(2) scream, loud-;
UALL-GHÁIR, a yell (-RIDHE, loud laughter);
UAILL-GHIIÍOIN, a foolhardy act, an exploit, IATH, foolhardy, renowned;
UALL-GHOL, loud wailing;
UALL-MHAOIDHEAIN, bragging, declaring aloud, -DHIM, I brag, {et cetera} UAILL-NIIAN, arrogance, ambition, -NACH, arrogant, ambitious, {substantive masculine}, an ambitious person;
UAILL-MHIRC, fury (in battle).
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