Foclóir Draíochta - Dictionary of Druidism

2nd Edition
le Seán ó Tuathail
copyright 1993 John Kellnhauser / Cainteanna na Luise
Plurals follow nouns in ()s
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U ( oo ) ............................................. v úll

uacht - v audacht

uaimh - cave, crypt

Uaithne - Harp of the Dagda (v cruit)

uarán - spring (water)

uasal - noble (person of either gender)

uath - 1) hawthorn, fiodh for the letter H, associated with, among other things, trial, quest; 2) as prefex: spontaneous

uathrosc - spontaneous rosc

údarás - (esp. self-assumed or unoffically acknowledged, but valid) authority

Uisneach - hill s.w. of Teamhair, ceremonial meeting of the five provinces

Uladh - Ulster

úll - apple, fiodh for the letter U, associated with, among other things, happiness, love

upa - folk-charm (physical object)

upthaireacht - folk magic

upthóg - folk magic practicitioner

urchar (-air) - "fairy dart", a sudden physical pain or disfunction sent by the Sídhe

urnaidhm - 1) harp string-pin; 2) pledge