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50 airlam adj o, ā (*air-fo-lam). See Thurn. Gramm. p. 497 and
Vendr. Lex. urlamh .i. ésgaidh no ullamh, O'Cl.
(a) Of persons ready, prepared, willing, etc. (to do something ):
am irlam gl. promptus sum, Wb. 1b9 . is erlam gl. paratus est,
Ml. 29d11 . With gen.: irlam techte martre, Wb. 13c8 .
55 urlamh oidhidh, Dán Dé xiv 2 . With prepp.: is irlam ind
anim do thuil dée `the soul is ready to [do] God's will', Wb.
5c18 . combad aurlam cách dia bathis, 8a4 . airlama do
denum uilcc, 3d12 . ammi irlaim . . . do dul martre, 4b21 .
robtar irlim do thecht martre, 7b5 . urlam do rath prompt at
60bestowing
, LU 3398 ( SC § 17 ). aurlam fri firecrat, 3851 ( SC
§ 38 ). comtis irluma fri crábud, LB 144b34 . am erlum-sa
letsu `I am ready [to go] with you', BNnÉ 304 § 16 . mata
morsodethbir agutsa bidam urlum-sa lat, CCath. 3348 .
In phrase is a. ¤ la is ready: ba erlam leo techt they were
65ready to go
, BB 497a25 . urlam leis ac Luigeach Lis he is
ready at Lis L.
, Cog. 120.19 . in tan . . . bus urlum lat docum
na Trae, BB 418a51 . as errlam leam sin I am ready for that
(i.e. to do it), Lism. L. 1015 . Perh. also: dáib gér orlam
aimréide though they might be on the point of falling out(?),
70 O'Gr. Cat. 354.24 .
(b) Of things ready, prepared (for use): it digla erlama
lesom do neuch inna dualchi do denum, Ml. 18c6 . erlamae gl.
opportunae (raptoribus), 110b3 . promptum est .i. is aurlam,
Enchir. August. 74a ( ZCP vii 481 ). i n-óenló ra fúaprait ┐ i
75n-óenló rapsat irlama, MU² 150 . os aurlam if it is fully
prepared
(of wool), Laws ii 370.4 Comm. biad . . . isé urlamh,
202.8 Comm. im denum liacc bron .i. is i cet ceptha . . . si
cet urlum . . . si lan urlum roughly finished . . . fully finished(?),
i 188.23 Comm. 'na aicdib urluma finished products (of
80articles made from metal), z Comm. gním erlam, Met. Dinds.
iii 260.24 . cor iarfaig in ba herlam in essair, Thr. Hom.
120.18 . batar a n-eich urlama inimtechta occo ready for
departure
, CCath. 4917 . comad erlam fria thaispenad, Fél.²
vi 40 . an síoth an uair do b'urlamh, DDána 48.14 . gidh bé
85lá cheannghar an chairt / earlamh atá dá tabhairt, Dán Dé
xiv 17 .
(c) In more general sense of ready, prompt, swift, skilful:
ba herlam ic tuaslucad cest, RC ii 402.1 . d'ollamh orlaumh,
ZCP xii 295.29 . mná áille urrlamha, xiii 167.13 . ro seol . . .
o imrum urlum urmaisnech, Aen. 208 . ecnaidh urrlamh
5irisech, SG 32.10 . sebhac urlamh, O'Gr. Cat. 510.11 . hi
ccath erlamh Almhaine, FM i 316.9 .
Gramm. a preceding word used to indicate gender of a
follg. one: a tri urluimi indsce .i. hic h[a]ec hoc .i. ise isi
ised `leading words', Auraic. 524 ( = a tri herlanna, 3026
10YBL). (The form urluime, Auraic. 524 , if genuine, belongs rather to airlaime).
Equative: is erlamaidir sin `even so ready to hand', Ml.
36c21 . Compar.: armbad irlamu de don buáith, Wb. 11a7 .
lōech budh urrlaime nā Frōech, ZCP xiii 167.25 .

airlám n(lám) custody, possession: do bhí urláimh na Banbha /
15ag cloinn Míleadh . . ., Content. xv 72 . leó féin orláimh an
oinigh (: congbháil) `with them is the custody of hospitality',
TD 10.16 . ro gabh orlaimh cloidhim an Rígh chuga (of a
newly appointed Lord Justice), Hugh Roe 140.11 (fo. 37b) .
rug E. . . . leath Eireann as ár nurláimh, ML 62.34 . Caisiol
20na ríogh do eadhbairt do chraibhdheachaibh cen orlaimh
laoich na cleirich fair, FM ii 966.16 . a rogha urlaim (sic)
intan dleghar urláim fair, O'Don. 647 ( H. 3.17, c. 481 ). i n-a. ¤
in (to) the possession, custody of: rohaithned iarsin i n-ērlaim
espuic C[h]orccaige, Aisl. MC 43.5 . fáccbhaim fós an mBach-
25ail mbáin / ata accam im urlaimh, BNnÉ 271 § 242 . ro
fháccaibh araill ele diobh i n-orláimh Iarla Desmumhan,
FM vi 2164.12 . dá dtugdaois cách é 'na n-orláimh / sé
d'foghbháil nárbh orasa, TD 16.44 . dul 'na hurláimh as usa
/ 'ná cungmháil a cádhusa (of worldly wealth), L. Cl. A.
30Buidhe 172.19 . In phrase d'a. ¤ : clódh nach fuil aca d'urlāimh
`a victory beyond their power', Content. xviii 27 . énmhac ríogh
gan ollamh d'urláimh / ní fhuighinn d'uaislibh bhfer bhFáil
. . . acht tú, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 191.33 .
Freq. in legal phrase a. ¤ choitchend handing over of a pledge
35 to a third (neutral) party or authority: (There is no way of determining the quantity of the second -a- in the legal exx. infra, and in the preceding modern exx. there may have been recomposition, ed.) in gell do tabairt i nur-
laim coitcind, O'C. 336 ( H. 3.18, p. 185a ). ma ro fuataig in
set on urlaim coitcenn, 2160 (Eg. 88, f. 4(5)b). urlaim
coitcenn do damthain don eisinnraic, 2265 (ib. f. 19(20)d).
ro det a cron iarsin do mend .i. ro damasdar . . . a cur a
40n-urlaim coitchind, O'Dav. 1362 . common custody, pound(?):
smachtgille .uii. maid na bo (.i. a n-urlaim coitcinn) fri cert
`in gemeinsame Für-Hand', Cóic Con. Fug. 23 § 21 . is sed
is smachtgille .uii. maid ann .i. cutrumus .uii. maid na bo iar
fir do tabairt i n-urlaim coitcinn ré aithne na conair[e]
45fuigill is cert, 32 § 30 . [lan]gilli na bo . . . do tabairt a n-ur-
laim coitcinn re aithne na conaire fuigill as fir guro-gabat
do laim tagra, § 28.

airlamad n(airlam) act of preparing: long . . . do erlumhadh to
stock a ship
, FM v 1860.9 . faen a urlama[d] arcinn caich,
50 O'Dav. 851 . co hurlamad `until it is completely prepared' (of
wool), Laws ii 370.6 Comm.

airlamaigid v(airlam) prepares, makes ready (trans.): roerlamaigit
(ro hurlaimead v.l.) leis a grega ┐ a damrada, RC xiii 88
§ 106 . roerrlamhaidh I. sciath gle gel, x 184.4 . itchondcadar
55mo shuile int slanti do orlamaich tu a fiadnaisi nann-uile
pobul `quod parasti' YBL 148b31 . go ro erlamhaightís na
harbhanna `that they might save the corn crops', FM vi 2212.21 .
Esp. of preparing food: roerlamhaigh biadh do Brigit, Lism.
L. 1461 . ro hurlumaiged bandsi, TTebe 703 . roerlamaigset
60in cháisc, PH 5043 . ro iorlamhaighsit . . . do bhior ┐ do
choire, TFrag. 72.14 . fo aicnedh na trebhe in ro urlamaighidh
mbraich, O'Don. 523 ( H. 3.17, c. 425 ). ro tarlait a teinti ┐
ro h-urrlamaigit a cairig, Mer. Uil. 17 . go ro urlamhaigh
Dobhtha . . . an proinn dona cléircibh, BNnÉ 24 § 7 .
65Rarely intrans. ra iorlamhaigh dano Cerbhall ar amus an
catha sain, TFrag. 176.12 . Vn. airlamugud.

airlámas n o, [m.] (airlám) custody, possession: sequestratio .i.
urlamas, Ir. Gl. 906 . smachta gill ┐ aithne ┐ urlamhais,
O'Don. 710 . ( H. 3.17, c. 518 ). cor ghobhadar . . . urlámhus in
70fhearaind, Misc. Celt. Soc. 30.3 . urlamhas gach bronntanais
do-níodh rí Laighean, Keat. ii 4822 . thug Brian urlámhus
Átha Cliath dó-san re n-a láimh, Ériu i 81 § 11 . sósar dia
rainicc orlamhas a athardha, FM v 1628.14 . i n-a hurrlámhus
`in possession of it', CCath. 1631 .
75Various: fer urlamais marbtha Iarla D. `the chief instigator
of the murder of the earl of D.
', FM iv 1162.11 . do gab fein
tigernus na toisech ┐ orlamus na n-oirrig, Ann. Conn.
1309.3 (see forlamus). re hed urrlamais Uilliam Burc forra,
1310.6 .

80 airlamugud vn. of airlamaigid. act of preparing: a. ¤ na hopra
sain, LL 218b28 ( TTr. 121 ). urlumugud na bainsi, BB
489a29 .

airlán n(lán): co ruice ur-lan cumaili `to a full `cumal'', Laws v
340.20 .i. co thi uasal linad cumaile, 346.19 Comm.

85 1 airlann n[ā, f.] (2 lann) open space before a residence, fort or
city
: aurland Temrach, Ériu iv 124.5 . for blai (.i. faichthi H)
óenirlaindni rom altsa, LU 10280 = for blae oenurlaindie,
ZCP iii 235.17 . Cf. ní ar bhladh éan urlann (sic MS.) rom
alt, Content. xxiv 7 . for urla[i]nn (faithce v.l.) an dúin,
BNnÉ 4.2 . dún . . . tig Fechín amach forsin erloinn, RC xii
5348 § 41 . forsan erlainn fri taob in regles[a], § 43. a irlann
┐ a fhaichti, Fen. 206.1 . d'aicthib ┐ d'urlannaib ┐ redib,
TBC 68 ( LL 7610 ). for erlaind in baile, RC xiii 56 § 44
( LL 300a40 ). dolluid M. for fordorus ind liss immach isin
n-aurlaind, LU 8719 ( FB § 54 ). urland a liss d'ar `the plough-
10ing of the front lawn
', Ériu ix 46 § 12 . cena betha ac acra ar
nech dul ar a nurlainn . . . uair dicomais cach nurlaind
`green', Laws iii 252.19 Comm. urland sealb ┐ ceathra, iv
102.17 Comm. dochum in tobair . . . bui i n-urlaind in
Sídha Nechtain, RC xv 315.7 ( Dinds. 19 ). Sadhbh . . . /
15finnbhean a horlainn Áine (i.e. from Áine Clíach), DDána
99.3 . os ferlannaib . . . prim-rédi in prephir . . . talmantai,
MR 112.10 .