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URRA [ur_] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

URRA
{masculine} a rim;
EOIN ÓIR A H-URRA, golden birds about its rim;
{confer} IORRADH (SEIREADH), or (ÚR, ÚRA).
URRA
{genitive} -ADH, {dative} -AIDH, {plural} -ADHA, -, {masculine} and {feminine}, strength, power, capability, control, an effort;
an equivalent ({also, alias} ARM), security, a stay or SUPPORT, a voucher, bail or surety (Kea., {feminine});
a guarantor, a sponsor, a protector, a chief, a leader ({also, alias} EARRA), a freeman;
one having legal status (AIR-RAD---URRADH;
Cantr.), a responsible person, a native freeman, landowner or yeoman, a citisen (preferable te ree. RAORÁNACH);
Ni'{Regional:Leighin.} URRA PÁISTE ANN. he is as weak as a child;
IS URRA LIOM, I can (Rathlin);
THUG URRA TÓGBHÁLA FÁ'N GCLOICH, he made an effort to raise the stone;
URRA AGUR BANNA, surety and bond;
URRA ACHTUIGHTHE, a landowner of legalised status ({opposite} te DEORA)IDH) in Tain);
URRA ÓG, a young freeman;
MAC URRADH, a freeman's son;
URRA CÁCH AR A LÁIMH, everyone is responsible for the acts of his hand;
URRA CÁCH GO FOGHAIL, ail are leaders till the crucial moment;
URRA MAIGHIOEAN, a chief of maidens;
URRA ÁR LEIGHIS, Our sure Healer (Christ);
URRA ÁR N-ADHMHOLTA, One sure to praise us or worthy of Our praise;
THA TURA IT URRA (URRADH) GLIADH AG LEATH CHUINN, if thou art chief PROTAGONIST of heath Cuinn ({Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849} {Citation:O'Bruadar});
URRA (URRADH) {dative}'URRADHAIBH NA MUMHAN, One of Munster's citizens (Contr.);
in {compounds},. -strength, -citizen, man of POSITION, -person;
BHAINFEADH NA CORA DÍOT {le?} TRÉAN URRAIDH, its impetus would knock you off your feet;
BAN-URRA, a freewoman or citizeness;
BRAM-URRA, an upstert;
CATH-URRA, a PROTEGONIST or battle-leader;
CEANNU., a leader or general ({also, alias} -URRAID);
COR-URRA, a surety;
CREACH-URRA, a banditchief;
DEORA(IDH), an alien, {et cetera} (DÍURRA);
EASURRA, an outlaw;
MAC-URRA, a young freeman;
OBAIR GAN URRA A DÉANTA, a work whose fulfilment is net certain;
{also, alias} URRADH (air-rad Contr., which does not give {genitive} {singular}). URRAIDH ({genitive} -ADH) and URRAID ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}};
the form arises {feminine} rem de-aspiration or suspended aspiration due to R, {confer} IONADH --- IONAD).
URRA
{genitive} -AN, {dative} -AIN, {plural} {idem} and -ANA, {feminine}, a jamb, a doorpost, a {properly} or stay,.{figuratively} a defender;
URRA CLOICHE, a stone jamb (inside the wooden door-jamb, LAIDHE);
URRA CATHA, a {properly} of battle;
URRA AII CHREIDIMH, a defender of the Faith;
IN URRAIN AN BHÁIS, at the PORTALS of death;
IDIR CLÉITH IS URRAIN {dative}'IMTHIGH , he escaped by the skin of his teeth.
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