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2 cat

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n c.¤ isin chombreic is cath in scotica , Corm. Y 206 .

didiu

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Forms: diṡuidiu, didiu, didu, didhu, dídu, diu, dī, din, dino, diu, dino, dano, d(h)e, Didiu, dī, dō

particle of transition = diṡuidiu (which is used for it FB § 6 ), see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 189 . Written in full, didiu: Wb. 1a9 ; 4a27 , c23 , d27 ; 8a4 ; 11b17a ; 15d20 ; 32c13 . didu: Wb. 8a5 . Hib. Min. 356 , 418 . LL 202a18 (: ¤ligu). BB 397a33 . IT iii 67.3 . didhu, BB 16b20 ; 355b30 = Metr. Dinds. ii 32 (: firu). dídu, SR 1224 . LL 102b38 (= TBC-LL¹ 6019 ). diu: TBC-I¹ 3564 . Hib. Min. 134 , 227 , etc. (reading of Harl.). Death-tales of the Ulster heroes, 12 . Corm. Y 1154 . RC xii 74.3 , 8 . Anecd. iv p. xii . BS § 3 . In Ml. and later MSS. however nearly always contracted dī and by earlier editors generally expanded as din (so always in PH) or dino (through confusion with dano), or somet. diu (SG); dni, AFM v 1552 . Expanded as dino in TBC-I¹ 422 , 428 , 434 , 462 , 469 , 472 , etc., where LU reads dano. Later also apparently d(h)e, see Ériu x 155 .

Didiu never begins a sentence. It always has reference to something preceding. Exceptions are only apparent, e.g. Corm. Y 1053 (where puincern has been introduced in the preceding article) and 568 (cf. 519 ). It generally follows a more or less emphatic word, often a noun or pron., but occasionally comes after ocus or nó at beginning of clause (esp. in PH); no dī may however = nō dō (= dano, q.v.).

(a) In logical sequence therefore, hence = Lat. ergo: nitat torbi . . . is diliu lemm didiu aní as torbæ, Wb. 11b17a , 4c24 . d27 , 8a4 , 15d20 . is mōir sléb[e] fírinne Dæ: cid ara fodmaisiu, a Dúaid, didiu a ndu imnedaib fodaimi? `why then dost thou suffer . . .?', Ml. 55d11 . biror .i. bir tibra . . . or .i. mong; biror didiu mong tiprat, Corm. Y 121 . Corbmac .i. corb .i. carpat. Cormbmac didiu mac carpait, 204 , cf. 519 , 851 , 875 , etc. do suidhiu ind erred isin charput as nomen a fochlæ . . . Fochla didiu cach suidiu n-a[i]rechda hence `fochla' means any exalted seat, 698 . cech fia[d?] . . . acht oenchrann ata dídu for riaguil every food therefore but one tree is under (our) control, SR 1224 . ba miscais lasin righain inti N., ar is dara ceand dorinde in rí fri Cairind he. Ba mor didu dochraidi Chairinde oc in rigain therefore C. was very harshly treated by the queen, RC xxiv 190 . omnia ergo quaecunque vultis, cech maith din is ail lib, PH 5772 . Hence freq. in drawing a conclusion or moral: conid aire sin didiu napo chóir do neoch uabur . . . do denam, LL 279a33 . connach cóir d.¤ lenmain do sholud nó shénairecht, 281b29 . conid ferr do neoch d.¤ a edprait don Chomdid andás dona dóinib, 286b40 (all concluding sentences of tales).

(b) Referring to someth. preceding, introducing an explanation or additional detail (freq. after a noun): rún inna cruche . . . Crúx didu ainm do gním in chrochtho, Wb. 8a5 . mali bare gare . . . Maile didiu .i. olc, Corm. Y 698 (p. 59) , cf. 604 , 860 . bói máthair mac Conaire la Neimed . . . In Nemed hé sin didiu bá ríg-briuga side now this N. was a hosteller, LL 292b1 ( Ériu vi 147 ). tanic aroli fer . . . Marcellus din ainm in fhir sin, PH 950 , cf. 2177 , 3114 , 3342 . is dó ranic inar Ísu . . . corccra d.¤ dath an inair sin, 2861 . Often nearly = for , Lat. enim: cruimther .i. goidelg indi as prespiter. Premther d.¤ a combrec sidie, Corm. Y 211 . Cathal nomen Britonis .i. combrec inn sin .i. catell. Cat d.¤ isin chombreic is cath in scotica Cathal is the Welsh name Catell; for cat in Welsh corresponds to cath in Irish, 206 , cf. 124 .

(c) As a particle of transition in looser signification: bói rí amra . . . Dagan a ainm. Ba mór d.¤ a chumachta, LL 245b43 . is amlaid doraiga intí Ísu Crist . . . Bid mór d.¤ a slóg . . . Is ar bēlaib int ṡluaig-sin d.¤ do aspenfa cách a gnímu, 280b26 - 27 . Common in sequences (often alternating with tra and other particles) = also, moreover, further: is andsin tancadar ina ferchuidreda . . . Is ann d.¤ sin thānic ind nōi carpait di ḟéindidib, TBC-I¹ 3536 . mōr do chētaib . . . mōr do churadaib . . . mōr do buidnib d.¤ robātar oca, 3408 . almsu dia anmain cetus . . . almsu din dia churp, PH 5977 . Ram a ainm ria tusmed chlainde do Abram imorra a ainm iar tusmed . . . Abraham din a ainm in tan dochuaid fo recht n-imdibe, 5684 , cf. 2267 follg., 6233-49 . rucsat bentachtain les on aide ┐ rofacsat bennachtain aice didiu, RC xxxv 204.20 . After ocus: ni bia fortamlus a namut fair . . . ┐ din nisbia tedmunna i n-a ḟlathius, PH 4284 . diar fhulang ┐ diar lessugud fodéin . . . ┐ din do shásad bocht, 6121 . ocus din fáth aile, 5473 ; 5187 . After nó: dia mbé do náma i ngorta . . . nó din dia mbé a n-ittaid, 6043 . doforne sin .i. na tri hetargna . . . no din na trí dána, 7082 . demin leo co mbad comthoitim dóib nó d.¤ inní robíad de co mbad hé a tigerna fén dofáethsad ann, TBC-I¹ 2433 . cia conualaind-se mo charpat ┐ Oen ara Conaill d.¤ ina charput and O. in his chariot as well, 3525 . docer la M. dā fer dēac dīibsom ┐ dā fer dēac dia muinter-som d.¤ , 2904 . adcomaing cach fer dīb biur n-indam-sa, adcomchusa a mbiur-sa tria cechtar de -seom d.¤ , 2826 . nicon bia a mbethaid, or seiside. Nicon bia-so d.¤ it bethaid, ol C. then you will not live either, 2771 . ni maith dait, or C., na leigi da marbad . . . Ni maith doibsom d.¤ epert ind uilc frimsa, 2780 . nir lam [Cairend] in mac do gabail cuici . . . ┐ nir lam didu nech do feraib Herenn a breth leis, RC xxiv 190 . In adversative sense, however: dolēicsed dūnad iarsin do M. ┐ ní gegain-side d.¤ nech dībsom, TBC-I¹ 2906 . dorad seirc dia leasmac .i. do Chorc; ro op d.¤ Corc a coimlebaid, Lec. 454c15 . Muineamon mac Cais . . . Is de sin aderar Muineamon .i. main for muinclaib. Maine Mór d.¤ robe a cétainm, Cóir Anm. 10 . Confirming a foregoing statement: dóig lim rombad hē Cethern mac Fintain; ┐ ba fīr sōn d.¤ and this was indeed the case, TBC-LL¹ 2761 . doringelt Cūrūi dōsom nād bīad . . . Dognith d.¤ and he kept his word too, 2967 . bid les . . . in forlāmus ┐ rīgi nĒrenn ōn uair-se amach. Ba fīr ón didu it turned out true too, RC xxiv 202 . an fil ceithern acut? Atát diu I have (indeed), SG 62 . tabraid cáirde na haidche anocht damsa! Dobéram diu, 56 . Common in statement, question, or command to connect with something already expressed or implied: Mait[h] didiu, a Bélchú well now, B., Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 40 . airg d.¤, ol M., conris Síth Lethet go then, Imr. Brain i 53 . cid dia tutchad diu? why then hast thou come? RC xii 74 . cest diu, caidhe mo airrle-si l(u)at? ib.

(d) Often used to denote temporal sequence, then, thereupon: is iarum foruirmed mind nAileillo forsin coirthi. Fōbair-som d.¤ in coirthi, TBC-I¹ 2883 . is iarum conmelt foroib . . . Focheird d.¤ a sciath ina diaid . . . Roiadh in slōg imbi-som iarum, conmelt som d.¤ foraib, 2889 , 2891 . gabaid L. ríge nhErenn . . . Gabaid ríge nAlban iarsin . . . Gabaid d.¤ L. ríge Gall, LL 311b1 ff. rofoildsic Dia dosam sin . . . condubairt sa rann-so d.¤ , RC xxxiii 354 . etha ó hAilill co Ferchess . . . Fóidis d.¤ Ferchis, Fianaig. 38 . fri re Aeda genfius Tibraiti . . . Et cid bīas and d.¤ (iarsin, v.l.)? ol B. and what will follow? ZCP ix 457 .

gnáthaigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. gnáthaigid or dil.ie/26198

Forms: rognathaigsetar

v (gnáth)

I Trans. is accustomed to, practises, frequents, inhabits : rognathaigsetar (gl. adsueti sunt), Ml. 34b2 . nibo ed as mó ro gnathaigsem dún ... bancomarchi, LU 3352 ( SCC 14 ). (no) gnathaigeth Victor co torraimed indí Pátraic V. was accustomed to watch over P., ACL iii 10.9 . na gnáthaig ní as sia do scél, SR 6031 . na gnathaig in tūaith do not consort with the people, KMMisc. 264 § 24 . is do is dír anní is psalmus dondi ... gnathaigtir hi croit, Hib. Min. 282 . forcetul no gnáthaiged A. dona slúagaib, FA 32 . is é seo scél gnáthaiges Héli, § 33 . Coirpre Gnath-choír ro gnathaighed coir who practised justice, Laws i 156.14 Comm. ; 66.12 Comm. arnā ro gnathaighit curu i n-ecmuis a cend lest they become accustomed to making contracts..., v 286.25 Comm. ar na ro gnathaigead neach toitim gill, 378.14 Comm. na seoit gnathaither do breith i n-aenach, i 234.30 Comm. cia ros gnathaig gletin ngéir, LL 138a16 . aiste i ngnathaigther in senchass in which history is practised, 38a36 (`Metrum in dem die alte Tradition bekannt gemacht wird,' Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. i 76 ). leaba i ngnathaighed siumh troisccthe ... do denamh, BNnÉ 275 § 256 . mogēnair gnāthaighes ... ge[n]mnaideacht, ZCP viii 215 § 74 . amail gnathaighther as the practice is, BNnÉ 125 § 3 . fó indtamail [na] curach gnáthaigther le cinedhaibh na Uén[et]ecdha, CCath. 2380 . is mó do gnáthaighidis, 1413 . nognáthaigtis in ṅgarb-slíab used to frequent..., Metr. Dinds. iii 304.10 . port ragnathaig Find fir-fial, ii 72.2 . rosgnáthaig écomnart `hardship has been her lot,' Ériu iv 98.2 . cia gnaithochas let laidiri thu (of a sword = ... tua virtute utetur), ITS xix 84.z . gnáthuighid teanga na Scot (= lingua Scotica utuntur), Keat. ii 967 . Proverbs xv 2 . cailleacha ghnáthuigheas bheith ann who reside there, TD 34.52 . foiridh se ... dá ngnáthuighther (of a prescription) if taken regularly, O'Don. Gram. 450.26 (from Med. MS.).

II Intrans. dwells, is accustomed to be : cendacuil ... hi ngnáthaiged Petar ┐ Eoin, PH 5439 . nognáthaiged co menic i n-airimlib Lacha Rí, ACL iii 224.18 . is a Roim do gnathaiged, YBL 166b5 . O'Gr. Cat. 513.13.

lóeg

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Forms: láogh

n o, m. See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 154 and Pokorny, ZCP xxiv 116. láogh, IGT Decl. § 96.

(a) calf: lóegh gl. vitulus, Ir. Gl. 424 . dairt .i. laeg, Lec. Gl. 169 . in lōeg lia clam i carput / in bó i ndiaid ind lóig, Thes. ii 340.3 ( Hy. v 52 ). lia māthair dith ind l.¤ `the calf sucked at its mother', Thes. ii 346.3 ( Hy. v 76 ). facbail obele itir bu ┐ laega, Laws i 232.6 . teora ferba . . . facubsat a laegu, 64.3 . cid día mbúpthai na báethlaegu, LU 1752 . nicon reilgthe lāig dīa mbūaib . . . ina diaid, Ériu i 120.17 (a form of mourning, see ZCP xxix 190 - 1 ). Lugaid Láighde .i. ar choscrad in láigh, Cóir Anm. 22. dath a grūaidi . . . / siān, crū lōig, Festschr. Stokes 4 § 4. úair doringset líassu fora loegu and, LU 5385 ( TBC-I¹ 909 ). o robo l.¤ bec ní dechaid fráech . . . inna beólu, LU 8123 ( FB 9 ). oc fennad lóig, IT i 71.14 ( LMU 7 ). ni horta laeg ria n-aes daim, Éigse ii 184 § 5 ( LL 374c27 ). l.¤ bó, TBC-LL¹ 80 . feóil láeg veal, Ériu iv 124.24 . laogh lachta a sucking calf, DDána 113.33 . an laogh biadhta the fatted calf, Luke xv 27 . oc adrad in loeig ordai, PH 2829 . láogh leaghtha, Exodus xxxii 8. ? In the name of a cauldron: baí coire isin dún sin / l.¤ na teora mbó, LU 9411. Of other young animals: is truad fáoid / focerd cadla ind diaid a láoigh kid, Mon. Tall. 119.25 . l.¤ allaid fawn (also simply l.¤ when the context indicates the meaning): crocni l.¤ n-allaid ba he a étuch, Fél.² lxi 45 . ailit cona l.¤ , Trip.² 2736 . loíg brecca a broind osseilti, LL 13624 . hi rricht ocht noige nalltai ┐ enloeg allaid ina ndiaid, Three Hom. 24.4 . láeig beca ar beraib a fedaib Caibden, RC xiii 46 § 29 . debaid ellti re laeg, MR 134.14 (of an unnatural combat). laogh na seilge the hunted fawn, Oss. vi 24.z .

(b) Fig. of persons, favourite, darling : Lugaid lōig beloved L., Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 7 § 3 (cf. n. 6 p. 8 ). lāithi gaili fer nUlad oc teasarcain luig a cridi (i.e. Erc m. Coirpri Niad fer), TBC-I¹ 3377 = láig a mbó, TBC-LL¹ 5588 . d'éis an laoigh d'fholach oruinn (the poet of his dead son), DDána 69.24 . laogh bó ón tealaigh-sin thú (to a prince), 106.30 . a laoigh mo chléibh, a aonchara . . . , Hackett xxi 5 . bīd mo laeg ina lebroir, Ann. Conn. 1249.11 . ar síoth re laogh nDé dlighe, DDána 52.31 . To Christ: a Rí shruith a laogh 's a fhlaith, Dán Dé xxix 31 . As n.pr. m. Loeg mac Ríangabra calf of the sea-horse(?), LU 6278. In epithet: Conall Laegh Bregh filius Aedho Sláne, AU i 86.15 (an. 612 ).

Compds. ¤dam young deer : láoghdhamh náoi n-oighedh, IGT Decl. ex 890 (= DDána 91.47 ). ¤ḟuil: slatchuill glégheala mar budh lán láeghḟola, IGT ex. 622 (= Aithd. D. 4.8 ). ¤les n.loc. uenierunt ad fontem Loigles in Scotica nobiscum `Vitulus Civitatum' , Trip. ii 308.21 .

2 nó, noe

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Forms: nau, naue, noa, noib, noe, nae, noí, noi, naoi, nau

n ā, f. (in O.Ir. a w-st., Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 93 ). O.Ir. n s. nau tholl, Thes. ii 294.27 ( SP iv 1 ). g s. naue, 272.8 (Adamnán). noe, Sg. 69a24 , 132b1 . a d s. (Mid.Ir.) noí. n p. noa, Ml. 67d23 . d p. noib, 122a3 .

In Mid.Ir. the n s. is variously written (see exx. below); the forms noe, nae point to pronunciation noí. Occas. treated as a d-stem. Early obsolete, surviving in compds. in later Mid.Ir.

A boat (generally a small one, propelled by oars):

(a) filius navis . . . scoticâ vero linguâ Mac Naue, Thes. ii 272.8 (of Colum Cille's maternal grandfather); cf. ingen Díma maic Noee, LB 31a55 (of his mother) = Dimai meic Naei, Lism. L. 810 . sain écosc noe a peculiar species of boat (gl. celox), Sg. 69a24 . nai a naue [ = Lat. nave] dicitur, Corm. Y 985. noe co lin seasa a boat with a number of benches, Laws v 474.10 . fo imrim noe no leasdair, 474.8 . oin nae for muir the loan of a boat, 278.3 . long fri huath . . . no fri muin, Auraic. 6134 (name of the letter m in `Ogam n-eathrach'). loiscter in nóu, Lism. L. 4303 . lá ina tinnscanad nae, RC ix 458.21 . a d s: co mboí isind noi . . . .i. isin churuch, LU 10055. cimbith quasi cimba [ = Lat. cymba] .i. on noi oen-ṡeiched, Corm. Y 229 , cf. O'Mulc. 225 and see Ériu xi 97. a noi niamduinn tar ler londruadh, Anecd. i 52 § 19 (naoi v.l.). marbhan i nnoi a corpse in a boat, AFM i 272.4 (poem), see Bruchst. i § 96 . in naoi , Lism. L. 4298 (a s.).

(b) coro laad i nnoid oenṡeched for muir é, LL 22b28 . issind noid credumai, 168b6 = isin naid, BB 374a6 . intí ga rabus bádud . . . is slan dō ge no deachsat fora ech no 'na noid, H 2.15A p. 46b ( O'D. 1187 ). asa naoed, ib. fer na noad . . . fer na noededh . . . fer na noedhe, ib. ( O'D. 1188 ) = f. na naeead, Rawl. B 506 f. 61d ( O'D. 2453 ).

pl.

(a) imdi noa occai, gl. navium potens, Ml. 67d23 . ? mebdatar a nnói, ZCP viii 313.35 . lēgiss cairptiu, carais noö he forsook chariots, he loved boats (i.e. became a pilgrim across seas), 198 § 19 (of Colum C.). ra batar . . . ina nóib fora n-iarraid, LL 232a18 .

(b) co mbetís nóthe ┐ longa ┐ lestair erlama léo, TTr.² 568. conacutar . . . nóethi beca cruinde . . . for in sruth, Alex. 689. is amlaid tangadur gan eathra gan naethe, BB 32a32 ( Ériu viii 25 n. 1 ). tarclam lucht .iii. noad do techt tar muir, Dinds. 5 ( RC xv 294.4 ). luid trí nóithib, Metr. Dinds. ii 26.13 .

Compds. ¤airchinnech: d s. dund nau-eirchinniuch, gl. naviclero, Thes. i 498.21 ( Ardm. 188b1 ). ¤coblach a fleet of boats: nocoblach mar di Gentibh oc Loch D., AU 913 (i 428.13) . for fairinn nochoblaigh, 912 (i 426.10) . coimhleang nóchobhlaigh for Loch Ribh, AFM ii 622.4 . ¤combádud shipwreck: is e foroerlangair in noecombádad fo thrí (of St. Paul), PH 1654 , cf. 1660 . nochombadud, 7043 . co facadur in naoi for nóchombáthad, Lism. L. 4298 . nocombadadh, CCath. 793 v.l.

See noedin.

ochen?

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n antifana . . . erat ei de fine ad finem in nomine Domini Dei Patris et Filii atque Spiritus sancti Jesu Christi benigni hoc autem dicitur in Scotica lingua ochen, Ardm. f. 9b1 = Thes. ii 45.6 , Trip. 303.13 . A refrain ?