Print Edition

A B C D1 D2 E F G H I L M N O P R S T U


pun(n)ann n f. punnann bunnann f., IGT Dec. § 12.25
(but cf. a bhaird an mbunnainn [leg. an bhunnainn?] ib. ex.
561 ). A sheaf : punnann, gl. gelima, Ir. Gl. 45 . punnan `a
sheaf
', Eg. Gl. 515 . punand, Laws iii 284.7 . punand quasi
85bun-ind .i. bun aicci ┐ inn í fein, Corm. Y 1065 (allusion to
conical or tapering shape). punnand chorcai i fogomor d'éis
mórmethle, TTr.² 1161 = pundunn chorca, LL 406a12 .
d s. dar pundaind, IT iii 82 § 64 , cf. Bruchst. i § 64 . pl. secht
punainn lána do grán, SR 3329 = .vii. punnanna, LB 115b40 .
cath na bpunnand, Duan. Finn i 37.9 . croithfidh an phun-
5nann, Levit. xxiii 11 . ag ceangal punnann, Gen. xxxvii 7 .

punct n n. (learned loan-word < Lat. punctum) a point : cethir
punct oc diubeirt, gl. quattuor punctis lucet (of the moon), Bcr.
33a10 ( Thes. ii 20.38 ). See ponc.

punt n m. also punta and ponta (Eng. loan-word) (a) a pound-
10weight : punt d'ór aithleghtha, BNnÉ 87 § 181 . punta d'uinne-
ment, John xii 3 . céad punnta do mhiorr, xix 39 .
(b) a pound (money): dá cét punt for cach n-eoch, Marco
P. 9 . mili punt, ZCP vi 81.26 . se fichit ponta, Fl. Earls 86 z .
deich bponnta, FM v 1698.13 . lucht déanta na bpúntaoi
15stóir who hoard up pelf, Keat. Poems 332 . cúic ced pon, Fl.
Earls 70.9 (leg. pont?).

pupa ind pl. see pop(p).

pupall n o,m., also ā and i, f. (Lat. papilio). The gender in
Mid.Ir. is capricious, often varying in same text: g s. (a) pupaill,
20 TBC 394 ; TBC² 3475 . (b) pupla, TBC 2934 (= puible, St.),
3235 , 5808 , CRR 20 . d s. (a) pupull, LU 5420 (= pupall,
TBC² 945 ), TBC² 1062 . (b) pupaill, LU 5543 , 5549 (= TBC2
1067 ), TBC 3375 . n p. (a) pupaill, TBC 804 (= puible,
St.). (b) pupla, TBC 628 , 809 (= puible, St.). CRR 23 , 24
25(with pass. vb. in all cases). (c) pupli, LU 5419 = puiple,
TBC² 943 (with pass.). a p. (b) pupla, CRR 11 , 20 . (c)
pupli, LU 5215 (= puipli, TBC² 737 ), 5845 ( TBC² 1374 ).
puiple, 5524 = puible, TBC² 1040 . pubal puball (sróil) m.,
IGT Dec. § 17.10 . pubal puball (sróil) f., § 56 . pubail pubaill,
30 f., § 150.7 .
(a) a tent, pavilion : pupall, gl. tentorium, Sg. 50a17 . focress
a phupall for Ailill, TBC² 156 = do A., TBC 390 . focherdat
a puiple, LU 5524 . ro láiset a pupli hi Crónig, 5845 . ni ra
sádit sosta no botha no pupla inn aidchi sin, TBC 628 . dogníth
35pupull umpu a tent was put up over them, ZCP viii 310.25 . do
srethadh a pubull tairis, BCC 186.35 . ro cuirid a pupaill
tairsib, BB 445a43 . na pupla do breacsroll arna tocbhail,
Lism.L. 3078 . Achad an Pubaill . . . uair pupall Colmain ro
boí ann, BColm. 40.13 . lathrach pupla Pátraic the place of
40P.'s tent
, Lism.L. 397 . lathrach Pupaill Adamhnain, RC xv
282 § 18 ( Dinds. 1 ). in pupuill sin in tSabhdain, ZCP vi 59.10 .
ro cumdaiged tegduse for in magh fria broinn sealga .x. cét
pupall a llín, Marco P. 92 . is annsa tír sin . . . nach bi tighi
acht puible, Maund. 224 . i ndorus a pupaill, CCath. 4738 .
45 a ndorus na puible, Gen. xviii 1 (g s.). áiteochaidh sé a
bpuiblibh Shem in the tents of Shem, ix 27 .
(b) an awning or baldaquin; over a chariot: carpat . . . go
pupaill uanide, TBC 3375 . pupall corcorda, LU 9263 . Over
a couch: lebaid . . . co pubaill, Acall. 795 .
50Compd. ¤ both: ro éirigh Ua D. . . . cona shlogaibh as a
bpupallbhothaibh belscáláncha, FM vi 2196.17 .

pupu n m. (Lat. papa, see ZCP iv 345 - 6 ) lit. `a father', hence
a priest: Nem .i. pupu fil a nAraind ┐ comar[b]a Enna Airne
he, Fél. 150.1 . pupu apud Scottos id est papa, ib. 6 . Nem
55 tribus nominibus uocabatur .i. Nem ┐ Púpu ┐ Cailbe . . . Pupu
apud Scottos id est papa . . . Nem . . . dian chomainm Pupu
Airne, LL 373 m. inf. Cf. popa.

púr adj. (Lat. purus) pure (learned and poetic word): púr onní
is purus .i. glan, Corm. Y 424 , cf. 92 . púr quasi purus, ar a
60deirride in tighe hisin, 1063 (i.e. a privy? Plummer MS. notes).
pur glan, Lec. Gl. 277 . púr .i. glan . . . uisge púr .i. . . . uisge
glan, O'Cl. menma púr, LL 272 m. sup. As subst.: ar pur
(.i. ar glaine), ZCP v 488 § 8 (B. na f.).

púraid v ā. (púr) purifies : púr iat (sc. mo phectha), Ir. Litanies
65 8.15 .

púrán n[o,m.] apparently some substance or material of uniform
colour : púr .i. glan . . . ut est púran .i. uaire nad brechtar do
illdathaib acht aen-dath, H. 3.18 p. 73 ( O'C. 118 ).

purcóit xsee purgóit.

70 purgatóir n f. (Lat. purgatorium). purgadóir (burgadóir v.l.) f.
(g s. -óire, -óra), IGT Dec. § 42 (p. 96.4) . Purgatory : purgatoir
quasi purgat peccatum , Corm. Y 1064 . dia tabairt a purga-
dóir chumm flaithémnais, PH 7408 . ina shaegul no ina
phurgadoir in his (term of) purgatory, 7615 . aderaid nach fuil
75purgadóir ann, Maund. 29 . anam do breith as paurgadoir, Fl.
Earls 210.19 . purghadoir, AU iii 416.8 ; O'Hussey TC 61.11 y .
teine fhīr purgatoire, ZCP viii 207.21 . o piantoib purgatora,
Fl. Earls 210.17 . i ndaoirse phurgadóra, TSh. 4770 . trocaire
dh'anmannuibh purgatoir, Luc. Fid. 73.16 . pein phurgadoir,
80 236.9 . Used of hell : isin purgatoir suthain ro fuired do diabul
cona drochmuntir, PH 4308 . Uaim Purgodoire Patraig St.
Patrick's Purgatory
(on Lough Derg), AU iii 416.2 (a. 1497).
Purgadóir Naomh Pádraig, Keat. iii 5877 .

purgóit n i,f. (Lat. purgatio) a purgation; a purgative (common
85in med. texts). purgoit, Lec. Gl. 277 . purgoid, Rosa Ang.
288.13 . purcoid, 204.7 . n p. purgoidi glanas linn ruadh, 36.3 .
(Fig.) purgóid spioradálta (of confession), MacAingil 172.8 .
lé purgóidibh persecution ┐ buaidheartha, TSh. 8416 .