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1 cit

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n sheep : c.¤ .i. ovis, unde citen dicitur agnus , O'Mulc. 220 . cetoibh .i. cairidh, H 3.18, 50 .

2 mes(s)

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: mess, mesa, mesa, meas

n u, m., (cf. W. mes `acorns') tree-fruit (coll.), esp. mast. mess, Corm. Y 917. budiu nā mess cumra, LL 295b49 . crand messa .i. dair, 358 marg. dext. ní caiter mess crobang ccáemh, ACL iii 304 y . mes dairbhre, BS 132.4 . meas ralach, Oss. iv 280.18 . cnuas cacha feada .i. a mes ┐ a cno, Laws v 484.13 Comm. turcbat uile don chóemchrund | duille ┐ bláth ┐ mess, Metr. Dinds. iii 288. mess ┐ claiss ┐ muirthorud (a result of good government), LU 10116 , cf. ZCP iii 229 § 1. is ina flaith atát na tri bairr for Erind .i. barr días ┐ barr scoth ┐ barr messa, BDD 66. dithle ith ┐ blicht ┐ meas (result of misconduct in a ruler), Laws v 450.13 . meas dub a draignib (i.e. blackberries, sloes), YBL 118a marg. inf. = Bruchst. i § 161 . mess na habla 'den Fruchtertrag des Apfelbaumes', ii 594.452 . slat mín messa, Irish Texts ii 23 § 10. mac . . . meic messai meic thoraid, MacCongl. 33.20 . i gcuibhreann na muc fán meas, TSh. 3451. pl. mārmesa mārḟeda great crops of mast from the great forest, ZCP xi 92 § 17. fochmuine cen messu, RC xxvi 46.2 . g s. as attrib.: saill tuircc mesa of a mast-fed boar, ZCP xiii 270.19 . peata muice measa, Content. xi 6. Prov. is muc remithuit mess a pig that falls before the mast falls (of one dying prematurely), BDD 66 = is mucc remitéit [remetuit, remituit v.l.] mess, 106 . Cf. AFM ii 114.13 .

Fig. of persons: mār-mess cona hilblasaib (of Colum Cille), Rawl. 122b30 . a Mælṡeachlaind ní[t] meas meathcraind, IT iii 88 § 105 = Bruchst. i § 33 . Cf. a c[h]nú da meas na Ma[i]gdini (of Christ), ACL iii 235 § 29.

In plant-name: mes torc (= agnus castus), ACL i 325 § 2. meas torc allaid tutsan, parkleaves , Rosa Angl. 214 y . g s. lurga an meas tuirc allaid, 62.19 .

septenáir

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n (Lat. septenarius) an office for the dead continuing for seven days (Du Cange): rocum Septenāir sund tra | ardrí [na] Saxan saerdha, | Septināir fri solam trān | ┐ Agnus fri Dunstān, ZCP viii 115.29 .

? trán

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x (trá + ann ?) Perh. a synonym of trá: ind aimser thānaisse t.¤ | ō dīlinn co Abarām, ZCP iii 18.12 . Septināir fri Solam trān | agus Agnus fri Dunstān, viii 115 § 32 . lor a n-íc t'einighsiu tran | Aindli garbh ┐ Ardan, BB 258b17 . re rig raghlan na Frangc tra[n] | tuit ní rebrad a macan, FDG 350.

2 úan

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Forms: úa, uan, úan

n o, m. a lamb : úa, IGT, Decl. § 96 . uan (gl. agnus ), Ir. Gl. 459 . n s. primiti .i. ... cach cet laegh, ┐ cach cet u.¤ , Laws i 52.7 Comm. u.¤ molt a wether lamb , iv 144.29 . u.¤ boinind a she-lamb , ib. 30 . u.¤ meich (.i. uan is fiu miach cruithnechta .i. is fiu screpall), v 84.20 ( 22 ). u.¤ firenn bliadne, SR 3901 . u.¤ firend bliadnaide, PH 5099 . a d s. frithalid in n-u.¤ cen locht | do idpairt in cach oenphort, SR 3905 . amail ata a nuan caorach na tri scriboll, Laws iii 372.24 . g s. gurab séimhe mar oileamhain feóil an uain ioná an mheannáin, TSh. 8955 . n a du. cach mil conbeirris dedi, .i. da uan iar cae, .i. an cura, Laws i 146.14 . n p. ní tíaghad oirc na huain a comingaire co lunasadh, iv 100.6 Comm. it loig, it úain co ndath, Imr. Brain § 38 . co táncatar ind úain co hopunn dochum a máthar, Trip.² 135 . Three Hom. 8.17 . a p. úan, Luke x 3 . g p. ingaire uan ocus laegh (to be taught to the sons of the `ócaire'), Laws ii 152.10 Comm. dia terpúd na n-úan, Three Hom. 8.19 . d p. datha na flesc cotagaib | hed nobid forsna huanaib, SR 2964 .

Of the Paschal lamb: nó-edpairtha ... in t-uan cáscda, PH 5071 . is and-sin doromaltatar in n-uan cáscdai, 5109 . Cf. 5080 . Ísu Crist ..., ro-remfhiugrad trias-in u.¤ cáscdhai, 5106 . iar tomailt ind uain chascdha, 5211 . an túan cásgdha, Matthew xxvi 19 . do chaitheamh an [úain] chasgdha xxvi 17 . an [túan] Cásg, Mark xiv 12 , 14 . Heb. xi 28 .

Fig., etc. Of Christ: do chaoi Peadar ... | fa pháis an Uain ainglidhe, Studies 1927, 89.26 . uan caorach gile, 1934, 436.22 . ac-so uan Dé, PH 3794 . LB 144b55 (= Agnus Dei). do ḟóir pubal na sé slúagh | mar rugadh úan Dé dá ndín, IGT, Decl. ex. 735 . canait ceol ... | i ndiaid ind Uain etrochtai, SR 600 , 602 . Uan Mhoire, Studies 1933, 311.32 . nocht do chíogh ar uan t'ochta (to Mary), A. Ó Dálaigh xix 11 . trēt na n-úan ... 'món Uan n-úag nemlochtaigthe, SR 592 . fuil in uain némlochtaig, PH 2399 . Of the soul: a Dhé Athar ... | uan dod thréad is eadh m'anam, Studies 1931, 80.1 . lasfail tret na n-úan, SR 591 . Of a lady: m'uan beag cáidh ..., Hackett xii 15 . In comparisons: fear dá charaid nach taise dhuit uan beag, Keat. Poems 1444 . mar úana a measg mhadra allta, Luke x 3 . In disparagement of a warrior: noco rucaimse cend úain bic don dúnud, LU 5755 (Nad Crandtail to Cú Ch.).

Compds.: ¤dalta: (of Christ) [a] uandalta Muire idir an laochraidh leomhanta, Studies 1932, 433 § 5 . ¤orc: rob é a huan-orc Rí na ríogh | cuanort ar a thí fa truagh, Dán Dé xxvi 8 .