HÚath
Uath, Old Irish Úath, hÚath (IPA: [wəθ]), is the sixth letter of the Ogham alphabet, ᚆ, transcribed ⟨ʜ⟩ in manuscript tradition, but unattested in actual inscriptions. The kenning "a meet of hounds is huath" identifies the name as úath "horror, fear", although the Auraicept glosses "white-thorn":
comdal cuan huath (.i. sce L. om); no ar is uathmar hi ara deilghibh "a meet of hounds is huath (i.e. white-thorn); or because it is formidable (uathmar) for its thorns."
The original etymology of the name, and the letter's value, are however unclear. McManus (1986) suggested a value [y] (i.e. the semivowel).Peter Schrijver suggested that if úath "fear" is cognate with Latin pavere, a trace of PIE *p might have survived into Primitive Irish, but there is no independent evidence for this.

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Uath, Old Irish Úath, HÚath is the sixth letter of the Ogham alphabet, ᚆ, transcribed ⟨ʜ⟩ in manuscript tradition, but unattested in actual inscriptions. The kenning ...
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Húath is a tree-letter of obstacles and obstructions. While this does not necessarily mean that what you wish for is impossible, it does suggest ...
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Uath, Old Irish Úath, HÚath (IPA: [wəθ]), is the sixth letter of the Ogham ... and it has been suggested to me by Peter Schrijver of the University of Leiden that if the  ...
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... in McManus 1991: "The kennings identify HÚath with Old Irish úath 'fear, horror' and it has been suggested to me by Peter Schrijver of the University of Leiden ...
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BAÍ HÚath FIA DEMAL .i. ro boiseom corbo húath hé fri demon ł fri demal. fri dee mali. ł fri Demal .i. fri rí na &ndot;demna .i. dé ondí as demon mál .i. rí ł demal  ...
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national Congress of Celtic Studies held in University College, Galway, 6–13 July 1979. Edited by. Gearóid ..... Ogam vowel A 'HÚath' < *poto- ? OIr. (h)iress ...
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Uath, Uath, Huath, Huath, HÚath, hawthorn, Crataegus spp. ... Although it is intended to further the educational mission of the University, the opinions expressed ...
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Jul 19, 2012 ... In Aberystwyth in 2004, I was thrilled by a paper given byTatiana Mikaelova from the University of Moscow. .... HÚath, Dub, Temen, Crón, Qair.
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... article of: Latin and the vernacular languages in early medieval Britain, ed. by Nicholas Brooks (Leicester: University Press, 1982). ... The Ogam letter húath; 6.
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Apr 1, 2001 ... Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. In the Celtic .... matter. The mnemonic word usually associated with the sign H is the Old Irish HÚath.
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The memory of trees: Part 2 | Penton
HELEN RIDING. Hawthorn was traditionally associated with summer and fertility and used in decorations for the Beltaine fertility festival. Hawthorn garlands were often placed at the top of maypoles or living trees at the centre of the May Day festivities. The oak, ash and (haw)thorn are known as the Faery Triad, trees that were believed to be especially popular with faeries. Ash and hawthorn trees were planted near sacred healing wells ("clootie wells"), where they are known as "rag trees" as pilgrims tied pieces of clothing or fabric representing prayers for healing or other assistance to their branches. It was considered very unlucky to cut a hawthorn tree, or to bring its blossoms indoors, except for May Day celebrations. Hawthorn was used to make small objects such as knife handles, combs, trinket boxes, brooches and talismans. Hawthorn was associated with the art of satire (the sharp thorns are symbolic of sharp wit and cutting remarks). Bards used hawthorn in sympathetic magic while cursing their enemies such as kings who did not reward them for their services. The word "haw" is etymologically linked to the English word "hedge" as well as the English word "hag" and the Afrikaans word "heks" meaning a witch or village wise woman. The word "hag", derived from haegtessa meaning "hedge-rider", may have arisen since witches often lived before or after the hedge enclosing a village, or because they were thought to straddle both this world and the unseen world.
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