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Declach

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gen. npr. m. The name of a bishop in the Stowe Missal: item episcoporum Martini...Colmani Cuani Declach...Aedo...Maile Ruen, Thes. ii 284. 25 .

1 ide

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n a torch, candle: ide .i. cainneal, O'Dav. 1208. i.¤ ondī as aedo , O'Mulc. 707.

slógad, slúagad

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Forms: slúaigedh, slóighedh, slúaghadh, slóghadh

n o, n. slogad ṅ-Aedo , AU 803 . sluagad n-aill, 997 . slúaigedh, slóighedh, slúaghadh, slóghadh m., IGT Decl. § 11 .

(a) `a hosting, a rising-out; military service, which is a public duty for the freemen of the túath once it has been proclaimed by the king at an óenach', Críth G. p. 106 . iarsnaib slogadaib gl. post expeditiones, Ml. 115a8 . cis lir slóga[i]d ata chóorai do ríg do giull fora thúa(i)tha? . . . slógad hi crích i medón fri indnaide slógid tairse; slógad co hor críche fri forcsin fír ┐ dligid conid roib cath nó chairdde; slógad tar crích fri tua[i]th asidluí, Críth G. 509 . gell slógad, 507 . mnau do hsoerad dam . . . ar fegt, ar slōagath, ar guin, Cáin Ad. 6 . atait secht turbaide imadichitis cach re la Feine: geall sloighed . . ., Laws v 308.21 . 'si so re cacha sloige, tri la doibh re hiarrad etaid ┐ broc, no comfata in re ro beith isin sloige ┐ in ré ro beth re fogra ┐ ni fuil sloige is sia, O'Curry 366 ( H 3.18, p. 204 ). is i athgabail trisi ciata ragaba in Eri i meth sloigid for failure to furnish men for a hosting, Laws i 152.2 . isin bliadainsi . . . ro saeradh cleirich hErend ar fecht ┐ ar sluaiged la hAed oirnigi, AU i 288.13 . sloigheadh trí cóicthighis cach treas bhliadhain la háirdrigh Erind, Leb. Cert. 134.22 . sluaiged erraig ┐ fodmair d'anacul ar na haicmedaib sin, Hy Maine 66.3 .

(b) a military expedition composed of troops owing military service to their chief; a body of troops, a host : slogadh Congaile filii Fergusa for Laigniu, AU i 156.1 . sloghadh Murchada mic Brain du Chaissil, 164.18 . slogad Cathail . . . co Laigniu co rucc giallu O Faelain ┐ co rrucc maine mara, 196.13 . sloghadh n-Aedo . . . docum Laigen co ru giall . . . ri Laigen do Aedh, 228.5 . sloghedh la Flann mac Maelshechlainn co n-Gallaib ┐ Goidelaib, 398.10 . Domhnall Ua Lochlainn do gabháil ríghe Cenéil Eoghain ┐ slóigheadh ríogh lais hi cConaillibh co ttuc bóromha mhór (of the first expedition made by a king after his accession), AFM ii 920.2 (= crech righ, AU ii 36.7 ). M. . . . do techt sloigheadh i l-Laighnibh, AFM ii 998.15 . tarcomlád slóiged mór la Connachtu, LU 4480 (TBC). tossach in tṡlúagid, TBC-LL¹ 301 . do neoch ra-búi for sluagud Tana Bó Cualngi, CRR 17 . cethrur tancatar dar tuind | . . . | dáig ba sith-eclaig slúagid `because they were sore afraid of invasions', Metr. Dinds. iii 276.11 . dorinne sluaigedh ar Troigenaibh, Stair Erc. 907 . Fig. for slúaiged Iuin inmain (i.e. the saints commemorated in June), Fél. June 30 . gairm shluaghaidh ar chách cuiridh (of the Judgement Day), PBocht 251.16 . acht gidh gnáth an ghairm sluaghaidh | fáth uamhain an t-ainm aonaigh, DDána 24.1 . Of inanimate objects: sloged lebar ṅÉrenn, Fél. Ep. 141 . sloiged .i. imat, Thr. Ir. Gl. 139 . Name of a group of tales dealing with military expeditions: sluagid ┐ tochomlada, Anecd. ii 45.21 .