2 long

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 long or dil.ie/30639

 

n ā, f. In phrr. denoting various parts of the body (same word as 1 long ?): l.¤ braget the gullet : co caitheth cuit comroindi cacha tigi . . . la taeb múilcheand . . . co leandais na long braigid, YBL 177b21 . l.¤ bronn: cartilagini .i. don loing brond, Gild. Lor. 136 . longa bronn .i. langán na bronn, no an ochda `the ensiform cartilage of the belly', O'Don. Suppl. s.v. longbronn. dorat irclann do cloidhemh [i]na luing bronn fein, CCath. 2210 . long brond is ae feichighthi . . . .i. issed dlegait as cach muic a tae sa long brond, O'Curry 2144 ( Eg. 88, 2 ). mac loinge brond, MacCongl. 33.23 (in comic pedigree). l.¤ ochta (see ucht) ensiform cartilage of the breast : a slucud . . . dar compar a chléib ┐ dar farsiuṅg a bragat ┐ dar loing a ochta, LL 8437 ( TBC-LL¹ 1023 ). má do bhí an druim gonta ód ghuin / is tre luing th'ochta, a Fhearghail `through the cavity of thy breast', Magauran 730 .

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