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80 parabail n f. (Lat. parabola) a parable; a wise saying, aphorism :
ní chluinethar cách úan parabuil ṁbind fri araile, LL 282a47
= parbuil bind, YBL 138a23 . is desin ro raid Eidemostens
in par[b]huil n-aird, BB 488b44 . i parabail in tsoscela, PH
8054 . aigned .i. na teistemna no na parbuili, Laws v 2.12
85 Comm. (axiom, legal maxim?). In pl. the book of Proverbs (of
Solomon): Parauule ┐ Ecclesiastes ┐ Cantaicc na Cantaicci,
PH 3978 (of Solomon's writings). Paraule, 3980 . i Parablaib
Solman, 3989 . is e in spirud sin ro fhoillsig na runi seo do
Sholam . . . a Parbailib (.i. liubair), YBL 167a10 . Cf. 3 Reg.
iv 32 (Vulg.) : locutus est quoque Salomon tria millia para-
5bolas . See also paramail.

paramail? ind cuisnet . . . .i. in tucait taithnemach, in breth co
p. ¤ `the decision in a peerlike fashion' (?), O'Dav. 552 ; for
Stokes' translation cf. para; but perhaps = parabail apo-
phthegm,
cf. Laws v 2.12 quoted under parabail.

10 parbuil xsee parabail.

Parci (-chi) pn f. pl. (Lat. Parcae) the Fates : airm i tát na Parci
ifernaidhe ic snim na saegal, CCath. 4222 . Fairchi, TTebe
1320 . ag na Parchip iferndaigi, 1319 .

? pardéc: ind do tinoil [Serlus Mór] a s[h]luaig fén maille pardéc
15`together with the ten peers', RC xix 16 z ( Fierabras § 3 ). Leg.
dá par déc twelve peers? cf. para above.

pardún n o,m. (Mid. Eng. pardun, -oun) pardon : dobheirim-se
pardún duit, TSh. 9098 . d'iarraidh pardúin a hanma air to
ask for her life
, 3251 . acc teacht ar protex ┐ ar pardun under
20protection and pardon
, FM v 1632.13 . ar faghail a parduin dō
on nbanrigan, ALC ii 464.30 .

pardus n o,m. (Lat. paradisus) later partus, -thus, freq. written
parrdus, -thus. parrthus parrdhus (m., g s. n p. -uis, -usa),
IGT Dec. § 38 p. 88.7 .
25 Paradise : parrtus, gl. paradisus, Ir. Gl. 553 . Used of (a) the
terrestrial Paradise, the garden of Eden : Ri dorigni Pardus
mblaith, SR 961 . Pardos, 1029 . fo biliu Pardais, 1020 , cf.
1016 , 1034 . toirrthi Parduis, 1083 . in tí ro cloí Adam i Parr-
dus, PH 2021 . a Partus Adaim, CCath. 5288 . a parrthus, a
30purt Ádhaimh, Anecd. i 34 § 72 . a parrdus talman the earthly
Paradise
, Maund. 147 . ar chrann na haithne i bparrthas, TSh.
505 . In wider sense: iar bfaicsin . . . in Pharrthais eter ton-
naibh in mara, BNnÉ 78 § 151 , cf. Lism.L. 3873 (of Tír
Tairngire discovered by St. Brendan). aderur curob e treas
35parrtus na cruinne ar conac[h] e that it is one of the three
paradises of earth for affluence
, ZCP vi 72.25 .
(b) the celestial Paradise, Heaven : fó chrund bethad hi
pardus, FA 33 ( LU 2273 ). ro bithbeó it pardus, Fél. Ep. 39
(parthus, parrdus, pardas v.l.). ó iffern co párdus, PH 3509 .
40 i pardus, 3344 . i parthus, 7279 . a hiffern dochumm pardais,
3616 . aittreb parrduis, 4750 . coro airiller rochtain parrthais,
1200 . gur fuaduigheadh suas gu párrthas hé (= εἰς τὸν
παράδεισον), 2 Cor. xii 4 .

pardusta adj io, iā. paradisaic, belonging to Paradise : ni chuingem
45édaige derscaigthe acht dítin parrdusta do dín ar fhéli, Alex.
888 = pardhasta, Anecd. v 4.6 .

parlaiment n(Eng. loan-word) a parliament : ríoghdháil choit-
cheann amhail pharlaimeint, Keat. ii 2067 .

parluing n f. late corruption of Mid.Ir. partaing? g s. ar nós dá
50pheall pharluinge like two crimson cushions (?), TD 39.5 (of
lips); see note.

parn n(British or other loan-word?) a whale or sea-monster :
parn .i. nomen do bloach mara, Corm. Y 1049 . parn .i. miol
mór bhios isin bfairge, O'Cl.

55 parráiste (porr-) n f. (Eng. loan-word) a parish : porraisdedh `a
parish
', Eg. Gl. 776 . i bparóiste ┐ i gcathraig Chiaráin, SG 3.4
(of a monastic diocese). sagart porráisde, O'Hussey TC 220.12 .
sagart parraisde, Luc. Fid. 116.9 . a ffiadnuisi tsagairt na
porráisde, ML App. 178.21 (a. 1584 ). tempaill porraiste parish
60churches
, Fl. Earls 98.18 .

parráistech adj o, ā. parochial ; as subst. o,m.; a parishioner : ceithre
féil[ti] . . . ana dligheadh do parráisdeach tiacht chum eagailsi,
O'Gr. Cat. 318.14 . do thogairm [Ciarán] chuige a phobal ┐ a
pharráistighe (i.e. members of his monastic parochia), SG
65 16.30 (< Eg. 112 f. 520 b ).

parráisteóir n m. a parishioner : porraisteoir, Eg. Gl. 777 .

pars n m. (Lat. pars) g s. in parsa , Thes. ii 255.16 (Stowe Miss.).
n p. parsa, 254.7 ; 255.3 . parsae, 255.4 . g p. pars, 254.17 .
(a) a particle or piece of the Host or consecrated wafer (partes
70dicuntur divinae Eucharistiae vel panis eucharistici particu-
lae, Du Cange ). .v. parsa di obli, Thes. ii 254.7 . lin pars bis i
n-obli casc the number of particles that is in the Host of Easter,
254.17 . fuair [Grigoir] in pars tuc forsin altoir, ZCP iii 36.21 ;
xii 373.6 . pars . . . do chaithem ré ndul for cel, Aisl. MC 23.7 .
75 fiadnaisi . . . espuic itir a pars ┐ a cailech, H. 5.15 p. 16 b
( O'Don. 1630 ), i.e. between the two acts of Communion: a
testimony specially strong. fpars ar pūr (.i. abhlann ar glaine),
ZCP v 488 § 8 (B. na f.). In wider sense: dogníad pars isind
chaisc de feoil (the monks) take a particle of flesh at Easter,
80 Mon. Tall. 12 .
(b) a specified interval of time : dá trian bratha i pars, pars
go leith i minúit, MR 108.9 (reckoned as ⅟15 of an hour, i.e.
four minutes).

part n m. (Lat. pardus) a pard, male panther : pl. leomain ┐ parti,
85 LB 141b34 . parthi ┐ tígridi, Alex. 693 = pairti, BB 494b23 .
re hardglaedaig . . . na parti ┐ na lleoman, CCath. 4352 .