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UMHAIL [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

UMHAIL
{feminine}, heed, notice;
CHUIRFEADH ÁIRD UMHAIL AR AN AITHRIGHE, he WOULD be absolutely indifferent to repentance;
CUIRIM IN UMHAIL, I make known, point Out, express, convey as meaning, pretend (with DO);
CHUIR IN UMHAIL DAM É, he reminded me of or drew my attention to it;
CHUIR É FÉIN IN UMHAIL, he gave proof of his existence or presence (by a cry, by an achievement, {et cetera});
CUR in UMHAIL, expression, pretence;
{confer} IUL, UMAIRE ({plural} UIMREACHA), a form of IOMAIRE, UMHAL, {genitive singular feminine} -AILE or -MHLA, {adjective} humble, Obedient, submissive (with DO), willing, condescending;
ready, free, generous, pliant or plastic;
UMHAIL , generous in the disposal of;
BUACHAILL UMHAIL, a willing servant bey;
NI DEACAIR AN CAPALL UMHAIL DO SPHORADH, the willing horse does not require much spurring (prov.);
is UMHAIL DO RAGHAINN ANN, I would readily go there;
DO {Regional: the Barony}' UMHAIL MO LIÚGH IN A MEARC, amongst them I would shout as well as any;
IS UMHAIL STIALL DE LEATHAR DUINE EILE, One gives freely a strip of leather net his own (prov.);
{substantive masculine}, an humble, Obedient or willing person;
{negative} AN-UMHAIL, EARU.
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