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proibinsial n m. a provincial (of a religious order): prouinsial
S. Froinseis i nErind, FM i p. lxviii 9 . mac proimhinsil, ITS
i 8.27 .

proicecht (-cept) xsee precept.

5 proiceptaid n m. a preacher : proiceptaidh eargna bréithre Dé,
Mart. Don. Nov. 12 . proiceaptaigh, FM i 344.5 .

proictigid v g. preaches : ro proictigh doib, Snedgus u. Mac R. 10
§ 25 .

proimpellán n o,m. (early Mod. Ir.) a beetle : Keat. i 4.20 . nós an
10phroimpiollain, ib. 19 . proimpeall, -án `a drone or beetle', P. O'C.
priompollán `a drone-beetle ', O'R. primpeallán, Dinneen.

proind (proinn) n f. (Lat. prandium, prob. influenced by
British, Thurn. Hdb. § 148 ) also praind (prainn). n s. proind,
Wb. 9b23 . ind praind , Mon. Tall. 58 . d s. re proinn , Wb. 28c20 .
15 g s. -proinde, Wb. 19a10 . ind prainde , Mon. Tall. 89 . praindea,
52 . praindo, 58 . g p. na pronn , Wb. 31b23 .
A meal, refection, generally of the chief meal of the day, but
also in wider sense; occas. of the act of eating a meal. prainn
a prandio , Corm. Y 1058 = proind, LB. proind less hi taig,
20gl. cum huiusmodi cibum . . . sumere, Wb. 9b23 . coro thormala
a proind i n-aimsir thechta dó, PH 4187 . proinn aige da gach
aoidhidh, ZCP viii 109 § 4 . atlaiged a praind let him return
thanks for his dinner
, vii 311.1 . bennachad prainne, LL
371c32 (rule for religious). ord prainni (in a monastery), ZCP
25 xiii 27.20a . codlad do neuch oc praind at meal-time, Mon.
Tall. 89 . ó mbátar ic próind, PH 5035 . praind cét de biud
┐ de lind a meal sufficient for a hundred, LL 263a43 = MU
12.10 . proinn céit do biudh, Lism.L. 2953 . Cf. praind .c. do
cach fir díb cach n-aidche, LU 8760 ( FB 56 ), where Windisch
30expands: praind cetna , IT i 282.15 . ro soich co praind ┐ co
tomaltus dóib, FB 72 (a stereotyped combination). ro caithed
praind ┐ tomaltus leo, CRR 24 . Cf. TBC 629 , 806 . scaich
doib-sium praind ┐ tomailt, 421 . dobeir proinn ┐ tomhaltus
doibh, Fl. Earls 90.11 . praind fir opra a labourer's dinner,
35 O'Mulc. 16 . proinn lai refection for the day, Lism.L. 2734 . ic
tocaithem a prainne laithidhe, CCath. 5194 . oenproind on
trath co araili a single meal in the day, Lism.L. 146 . i mbiadaib
┐ i praindib na fírén, LB 234b10 . do fhágaibh tú do phroinn
(= prandium tuum), TSh. 5630 . sásadh pronn ag pobal mór,
40 Hackett xlii 50 (proinn v.l.).
Fig. of sacrament: tēd do proinn glain .i. corp Crist, Laws
v 22.17 Comm. See proindtech.

proindid v i. takes a meal, dines : fut. 1 s. ni praindi[gu]b sa
indosa, Ir. Texts i 15.9 (< Rawl. B 512 f. 35a ) = Lism.L.
45 328.8 ; leg. praindiub? pret. proindis in fāid, LB 131a20 .
nicho ro prainn, RC iii 344.9 . prainsit ┐ ibsit ┐ contoilset,
LU 1716 = prain[dig]sit, RC ix 478.6 . ro proinnsiott na
clerigh, BNnÉ 301.6 .

proindigid, v g. (denom. from proind) takes a meal, dines : pres.
50 2 s. cidh ar nā proinnighi linn? BNnÉ 297 § 34 . fut. ní prain-
digiub-sa ┐ ní ib, LU 1677 = RC ix 456.7 . pret. 3 pl. prain-
dighsed, RC ix 478.6 (v.l. from YBL).

proindigud u,m. vn. of proindigid. Taking a repast, dining :
deuntar proinniughadh ┐ tomhaltus, ITS v 166.32 . ro batur
55ag proindechad, Lism.L. 2081 . trath proinnighthi dinner-
time , BNnÉ 75 § 138 . bá hionam proinnighthe do chach, FM
v 1992.4 . d'uairib in proinnigthi of the hours of meals, O'Gr.
Cat. 264.18 .

proindtech n s,n., later m., an eating-house, dining-hall; gener-
60ally of the refectory of a monastery. proindtech, gl. refectorium,
Ir. Gl. 728 . arimbad and furruimtis a praintech, Thes. ii
242.5 ( Ardm. 18b1 ). ni rucad feoil i praintech Cille Muine ,
LL 285b10 . eiseom i prantig fri cathim a chota, 283b16 . isin
proinntig in Híí, LB 237a17 . bíad prainddigi `the Beati of the
65refectory
', Mon. Tall. § 8 . dorus proinnticche an duibrecclesa
Colaim Cille, FM iii 92.3 . bréne in phronntigi, LB 155b13 (of
an eating-place in general). proinnteagh peannaideach, TSh.
5945 (of the present world).

1 próis n f. (Lat. prosa) prose : in tre metur fa tre prois ro ceta
70int psailm? Hib. Min. 6.186 ; ib. 175 . sailm iar prois . . . sailm
iar fersaib, Laws v 24.7 Comm. intan is filideacht . . . in tan
is bairdni . . . in tan is phrois, Auraic. 782 . arna ro[b] prois
amal aisti na ndaerbard, 1589 . ceithri gnei for prois o reim
four kinds of declension in prose (?), 791 . do fhoclaibh na
75proise, 834 . prois .i. sgailead (i.e. oratio soluta), H. 3.18 p. 62b
( O'C. 1371 ). Mod. prós (próis).

2 próis n f. ní do dalb nā thuscurnud | inna leth cia ronṡelbsat |
ní do phróis nā do bocasaig | úadib aneich nā dernsat, LL 44a5
(in praise of the Leinster heroes; the poet cannot do justice
80to their exploits). Acc. to Meyer, RC xii 469 , prowess, valour ,
a loan-word from early French; the context seems to require
the sense declaring, extolling , or someth. similar, perh. = 1
próis
rhetoric, declamation ? The line is hypermetric and may
be corrupt. Cf. prosta.

85 1 próiste n m. (a) a broach or spit (< Fr. broche). proiste `a
broach, spit or spindle
', P. O'C. próitsi bróidsi, IGT Dec. § 2.28
(próisde, bróisde v.l.). See Gadelica i 285 (bróiste) and 287 . (b)
a necklace or collar ? proisté, gl. monile vel munile, Ir. Gl. 852
(= goad, spit , same word as preceding? Stokes, note).