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adlaic

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Forms: ad(a)ilc, a(i)l(l)ic, álic

adj i. Also ad(a)ilc, a(i)l(l)ic, álic. desirable, agreeable; needful: tuä intan bas n-a.¤ `silence when it is necessary', Ériu ii 64 § 4 . gach aidhme ba hadhailg ind eallma las an luing everything that was necessary, Hugh Roe 6.13 (fo. 1b) . buí idh . . . fri a tarraing chuca . . . an tan badh adhlaic, AFM vi 1898.6 . In attrib. use: a dlighedh adhluig, Laws i 254.20 Comm. (etymol. gloss on adilce. Cf. a dliged aidalic glossing aidilgne, iii 40.28, 42.12 Comm. ). ollamuin aidilge, O'D. 2215 (Nero A vii 148a) = ollamuin aidhilgne, ib. traighlethan adluigh dealbh[dh]a / Rathbuidhe tuir thrénTemhra, Geneal. Tracts i 17.9 . In phrases is a.¤ DO, LA: cid is ailicc dúib húam `what do ye desire from me?', Ériu iv 140.5 . robo a.¤ dó a aithi do P. aní dorigne fria fer comtha, Trip.² 541 . sec[h]ip rēt bas maith lasin filid ┐ bas a.¤ dó d'foillsiugad, Corm. Y 756 . ( bud á.¤ , Corm. 25.27 ). Fand ic dul la Manannán mac Lir ar nocorb álic duitsiu hí because she is not pleasing to you, LU 4020 ( SCC § 47 ). masat seoit rig . . . ad (adat, ata, v.ll.) adhailge (aidilci v.l.) daib, Anecd. ii 53.3 . nach nī is a.¤ ┐ is laind la duine, Corm. Y 1201 . masa a.¤ lib chena, LU 1566 . déna . . . amal as a.¤ let fessin, 8831 ( FB § 62 ).

Compar. alcu dún (ba cora duinne v.l.) fuligud ┐ fordergad for nech we prefer, LL 8073 (TBC). áillcge dit inda midól / . . . / tú it luing . . ., Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1912 xxv 439 § 9 ( LL 369 marg. inf. ). bes ailciu arailiu, Laws iii 42.12 Comm.

n As subst. desire, necessity; necessary thing: donrimmart gorta . . . / . . . / fri ar n-a.¤ uaig . . . to supply all our need, SR 3487 . dénad a.¤ (adoilcc v.l.) cech lobair `the need of every sick person` (rule for religious life), Ériu iii 96 § 2 . nícon ticfa ri moín no a.¤ . . . in sét connegar and (nicontarrtar fri main na torad(h) na a.¤ v.l.) by wish or desire, TBFr. 308 . aire ard oll airbrech ernes cach nolla.¤ / do buidnib balc Banba who grantest every large desire, Bruchst. i 24.7 ( IT iii 57.5 ). adhailg (aid(a)ilc v.ll.) fir urgnama .i. coire i.e. a cauldron is a necessity for a man who prepares food, Anecd.. ii 52.8 . ic imluadh a n-adhelge . . . ┐ a n-arm catha moving what was necessary for them, CCath. 4644 . a ffurtain do bhiúdh ┐ da gach naidhilcc aca, AFM v 1496.10 . = adhailcce, 1550.11 . ?róimh aoibhinn ar n-adhlaicne (: aicme), Studies 1920, 566 § 4 (perh. form of adailcne, see aidilccne). adhailg .i. mian, O'Cl. aidilg .i. mian .i. dliged, O'Curry 1970 (H. 4. 22, p. 15). = aidilg .i. main dligid, 569 (H 3.18, 284). In pejorative sense, demand(?), improper desire(?): con innisenn dó cen len / adlaice macc n-Israhél, SR 4608 = adlaice ┐ indliged mac nI., LB 122a36 . adlaici ┐ eccora inndligeda mac nI., BB 243a10 . ní hadlicgi álsidi / a ḟasnís do ócaib Ulad (ni hadlaic ailseda, St.) it is not a necessity of shame(?), TBC-LL¹ 4768 ( LL 11488 ).

aidemm

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Forms: aidimm, idim, uidim, udaim, ughaim, audaim

n ā, f. Also aidimm i, m. See GOI p. 163 . Found in a great variety of forms: idim, uidim, udaim, ughaim, audaim etc.

The general sense is instrument, implement, tool used in a variety of applications, see Plummer, Ériu x 118 . aidmi oipretho pectho ref. to membris nostris, Wb. 3c14 . arnaib aidmib gl. pro instrumentís uindictæ, Ml. 54b4 . ind adim (in adim, MS.) gl. instrumentum est diuinae iustitiae, 49b7 (see GOI loc. cit.); ?read i n-adim as an instrument, Plummer MS. notes. Of musical instruments: alaaile aidme ceuldae, Ml. 51c5 . aláaili aidme in chiuil, 89a9 . it hæ didiu ind aidmi asmbeirsom .i. organa , 8 . inna aidmi (a pl.) gl. instrumenta musica, 75c3 . caraid som inna aidmi in chiuil amal carthar inducbál, 4 . anmand aidmi ciuil, Auraic. 1482 . Of writing-implements: Tadhcc . . . do sgrib an beccan sin . . . le drochaidhme, L. Chl. S. 74.5 . Of shaving-implements: aidhme in berrtha, Lism. L. 2630 . Of agricultural implements etc.: aidme claidi in talman, Trip.² 921 . cona aidhmibh iarnaidhe . . . an talam do tochailt dona haidmibh, BNnÉ 323 § 34 . cen chlaidbe adma fige `without rods or implements of weaving', Metr. Dinds. iv 332.30 . aidhme legha, H 3.18, 71c11 . Of travel-requisites: aidmi na conaire, TTr.² 590 . na huile aidhme ro báidhid innte ó chen, AFM iii 42.9 . aidmi gl. armamenta nauis ( Acts xxvii 19 ), Thes. i 498.27 (Ardm.) ra iarraidit as cech aird a h-adbara ┐ a áidimmi (of building a ship), LL 218b31 ( TTr. 122 ). Of sports-requisites: a aidhme ainesa, TBC St. 908 . aidme (aidhbena, v.l.) ainesa, TBC-LL¹ 2247 . Of weapons: fo aicni na haidhme dar feradh in fuiliuga[dh] according to the nature of the weapon with which the wound was inflicted, O'D. 874 ( H 3.17, c. 627 ). mas tre ésce ferfaithir na cneda, cibe aidim trisa ferthair, 2323 ( Rawl. B 506 fo. 34a ). cach udhim aidmillti, CCath. 4139 . dorónsat gaill aidhme iongnaithe damhainsi ealadhan ┐ inntlechta, AFM iii 280.w . focerdsi iolar ndaoine go hEirinn cona n-aidhmibh techta leo 'with the necessary arms', vi 2000.6 , cf. ataat a aidmi téchte lasin n-aidchi (leg. aithech? Notes), BDD² 1355 . aidhme toghla an chaisteoil do dhénamh leó, AFM vi 1980.6 . Of furniture, vessels, etc.: aidmib h-in airc . . . co h-ulib, LB 123a47 . do denamh na hairce gos na haidhmibh ros foghain di, Leb. Gab.(i) 8.20 . fa hiad aidhme a adhbhadh, DDána 83.13 . Esp. of ecclesiastical utensils: huanaib aidmib noibaib robatar hi tempul, Ml. 74a13 . aidme altoire, Laws i 232.4 = itmi a.¤ , O'Curry 809 ( H 3.18, p. 374a ). in altóir cona haidmib téchtaib, Ériu i 219 § 6 . ruc brait móir a cathraig ṅDé / ┐ romill a aidme, ZCP iii 19.19 . mess cet n-unga do aidmib aiffrinn Ceallaig, AU ii 98.5 . crosa ┐ polaire ┐ tiagha leabur ┐ aidhme eclusdai arcena, Lism. L. 968 . aidme coiserca .i. airc . . . in coimded ┐ na table cloche . . ., YBL 169a18 . ? a cethair soisgéla ana láim féin ┐ sceota na n-aidhbheagh ar muin cléirigh re chois, Imr. Brain 64.10 = sceota na n-aidhbéadh, 31 . Of plough-traces, harness: no ticcedh damh allaidh . . . gusan seisrigh no gusan ughaim ┐ do theigedh 'san ughaim uadha féin, ZCP x 4.12 . do chuir a nughaim na ccámhull íad in the camel's furniture, Gen. xxxi 34 . a srien ┐ a n-audhaim `of their bridles and harness', Fl. Earls 252.27 . Of the membrum virile: mas i a uidim ro benad asin duine, Laws iii 354.15 Comm.

Technical name for the ring or hoop with which the hurdles of an enclosure or pound were fastened together (see Plummer loc. cit.): udim .i. nomen dond rōi (roid, v.l.) triasa tēit in crand bīs forsin clēith ocon udmad, nō occa dūnad, Corm. Y 1269 `u. is the name of the great ring through which passes the stake on the hurdle, fastening it with an u. or closing it', Plummer. udhma .i. uaim arin fidh .i. . . . in idh bec bis a[c] comat in cumainn, O'Dav. 1615 . ar cul a comla . . . .i. ni fuaslaicther de dogrés .i. aidhme fonaisctear and, O'D. 1182 (H. 2.15 p. 45 (69)b) `behind the door . . . i.e. it is never released thence, that is, ` aidhme ' are fastened on it', Plummer (see udmad). Similarly in phrase a.¤ corthi: udhaim corthi .i. idh uaim .i. uaim in fedha, O'D. 1208 (H. 2.15, 83a). audoim .i. roi[d] gait, ut dicitur audaim corthe, O'Curry 124 ( H 3.18, p. 75 ). aí daim choirthe (audaim coirthi, audhoim corthi, audim corad v.l.), IT iii 36 § 18 ; 37.2 , 6 , 8 .

In general sense of means, cause: aidim duinibaidh, RC xxxvii 347 § 42 . Cf. aidme.

aidme

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n = aidemm: gach aidhme ba hadailg ind eallmha las an luing ` equipment ', Hugh Roe 6.13 (fo. 1b) . aidhme .i. uradh trealamh, uirnis no culaidh, O'Cl. ?As adv. cinn na secht n-eladhan saer ro bui co haidme eolach aici `the seven liberal arts in which it was skilled and accomplished', Stair Erc. 1366 . Cf. adma.

eclasda

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adj io-iā (eclais)

(a) belonging to the church, ecclesiastical: ro legh in canoin n-eclusdai, Lism. L. 212 . scribhais ... ind uili riagail n-eclusdai noemdha, 3545 . crosa ┐ polaire ┐ tiagha leabur ┐ aidhme eclusdai arcena, 968 . iar nglacadh gradh n-eaglaisda dhó, BNnÉ 156.17 .

(b) pious, religious: fuair [an bhean riaghalta] an naoidhin...is do oil go heaglusta í reared it religiously Keat. iii 2125 .

elada, elatha

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Forms: -an, -na

n n, f. g s. -an, later also -na, IGT, Decl. § 9 .

(a) art, science, acquired craft or skill (in general sense or of a specific branch), renders Lat. ars: beanaidh ris an ealadhain leighis = artis est medicinae TSh. 8229 (cf. Lile na hEladhan Leighis = Lilium Medicinae O'Gr. Cat. 202 ). abairt .i. ab arte .i. issī abairt do-ní .i. elada, O'Mulc. 10 . O'Cl. s. abairt. foillsigther do fis cecha healadna, Auraic. 4940 . lan do ecna in gach uile eladhain eter dlighedh ┐ diaghacht, ḟisigecht ┐ ḟellsaime ┐ ealadhain Gaeidhilgi air chena every science including law, divinity, physic, philosophy and the art of Gaelic [composition] in general AU 1498 . do réir [sic leg.] ealadhan an photeceári, Exodus xxx 35 . tárras deigh-ealadhain a noble craft (viz. poetic art) Dán Dé xxv 4 . gorab sec[h]ranach ealadhan an baramail sin unscientific Ir. Astr. Tr. 70.23 . Gailian Ipocráid amhra | gérbh égcinnte a n-eladhna `boundless as was their science' O'Gr. Cat. 556.5 . aes borb eladan unskilled workmen Laws v 98.11 Comm. (here opp. to aes dána). gnimrada borba...ac na recar a les ealat[h]u, iii 174n .

Esp. of literary or poetic art, or of minstrelsy , the underlying meaning being always skill , hence the word is not synonymous with éicse: aes ciuil ┐ oirfide ┐ ealadna, IT ii2 122.6 . aos ealadhna (of poets), Studies 1924, 85 . TD 8.16 . uinivers na healadhna (i.e. the poet's study), Ir. Review 1913, 594 . buime is ḟearr don ealodhain (of one bountiful to poets and minstrels) TD 9.51 . bágh na healadhna eadruinn the bond of art (letters, music) 23.5 .

With defining gen. of a particular craft or calling: doneoch...is tualaing éladu imbertha airm, TTr.² 91 . eolus ealadhna an ghaisgidh, Studies 1919, 439 . Cf. bearradh...lais...a ccomhartha ealadhan re taighleoiriocht in token of (his) calling as a courier Todd Lect. iv 68.14 .

do-gní e.¤ studies, learns, teaches or practises a craft: ag dénum eladhan isin cathraigh sin, RC x 182 y . co ndenad se ars memorativa .i. el[adh]na na cuimni do chach, 182.7 . ní tíaghair...d'íarraidh ealathan to seek (training in poetic) art IGT, Decl. ex. 315 ( = Studies 1924, 86 ). TD 12.6 .

(b) of applied skill in any art or craft; workmanship: ro derscaigestar a tech so eter adbur ┐ elathain material and workmanship FB 1 . screpall rob fiu in bunad ┐ da screpall dorormacht ealadu ┐ frichnum air (of a metal vessel; the skill and industry of the craftsman augmented the value of the material), Laws v 18.1 Comm. Of horse-training: don fer do-righne in eladhain...don fer do-righne in frichnumh, Cóic Con. 48.2 = Laws v 214.7 Comm. Of medical or surgical treatment: da ndecha mer as a inadh tarringther é ┐ cuir le suil th'ordoige 'na inadh é ┐ dentar an eladha cedna air (viz. apply a bandage, etc., as in the case of dislocatio manus) YBL 349a41 . nach fetir do reir naduire na ndaine clocha...dfoirithin, acht do reir eladhan...fetir seandaine eigin dfoirithin, 353b10 .

In connexion with military operations: doronsat... aidhme iongnaithe d'amhainsi ealadhan ┐ inntlechta trias ro ghabhsat Carrag L.C. for mhuintir F., AFM iii 280.17 .

(c) of skill in deception, craft, cunning, wile: gabaid fen rigi...tria cheilg ┐ elathain, LB 140a42 (= Todd Lect. vi 78.7 ). PH 8090 . mellaid demun tria eladain in drém na techtait in fírDia, 1950 . na fil celg no eladu dráidechta lais, 786 . BNnÉ 43.5 . trem' inntlecht ┐ trem' ealadhnoib diaplaidhi infernal arts Fl. Earls 138.11 . Here probably: ealaidhe na bpeataoi-se manœuvres (?) Ó Bruad. iii 134.22 .

(d) an exhibition or specimen of skill, craftsmanship: do erail eladan forru a display of their skill (in dancing) PH 893 . doronsat éladna inganta performed wonderful (gymnastic) feats 897 . trí fáilti coirmthige: immed ┐ dúthracht ┐ elatho (.i. ealadha do thaisbeana[dh]), Triads 225 and p. 42 . dob imdha céol ┐ eladhna ar an mbanais sin, ZCP vi 82.33 . augtair na elathan ic tennad a tairngi the builders of the structure (of a ship) LL 219a1 = TTr. 136 . Cf. cliatha bo Raghamain ruanaid | nírb ealadhain uabair [sic leg. ?] iat, Ériu x 85 z . Of a literary composition: augtar inna healathan-sa Béid Bede is the author of this work Anecd. iii 63.25 . S. O'D. da-rini inn ealadhu-so (heading of a piece of alliterative prose), H 2.7, col. 213 . don eladuin-si na Táno, ACL iii 3.3 . ros bennach cách dib elathain aroile, Fél. 4.21 . cethardai condagar da cech elathain .i. locc ┐ aimser, etc. 2.3 . MacCongl. 3 . Ériu viii 150 . co nderna liubra ┐ eladhna lanmora do amaindse ┐ do indleacht `treatises' [cf. above, last cit. under (b)] RC xvii 417.29 . Cf. Ir. Astr. Tr. 8.12 . RC x 183.3 . is don Mac S.-si doroinneadh na healadnacha adchualabar these poems were composed L. Chl. S. § 40 . Cf. elada .i. eccloga .i. gobarc[h]omrád...ar a doirchi ┐ ar a dot[h]uigsi, is umi aderar gobarc[h]omrad...rie, Corm. Y 561 .

COMPD.: in t-eladenmaid = artifex PH 5578 ( = elad-d., see IGT, Introd. § 94 ). Cf. gusan elandenmaid, Ériu v 72.6 (n.2) , perhaps for eladandenmaid (see IGT, Introd. § 93 ). See also acunailind denmaid, Ériu v 72 n. 2 (E 3 5 p. 56b) .

ellma

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Forms: n-ellma, ellma

n (1 ellam) speed, rapidity, promptness: as advb. acc.: ni tancatar-side in ellma sin iter co cathair B. they did not come so readily CCath. 3278 . i n-ellma (< ind ellma ?)

(a) speedily, soon, promptly: doforficfa foirithin i n-ellma, CCath. 3579 . tí í toi ┐ i nellma, 'may it come in silence and in readiness' Thes. ii 352.15 . gan dul i n-ellmha ina fhoirithin at once Hugh Roe² 33.14 (f. 18a) . rob adbar eccaoine fer a chrotha...d'écc in ellmha amhlaidh sin so soon AFM vi 2176 w . nár bhó hurasa dóibh iompudh in eallmha dia ttír...ar nó beittís a naimhde...agá ttóraigheacht to return speedily 2324.6 ; 1962.16 . ní ro ráthaighset in eallmha an t-éludh `did not perceive the escape for some time' 1898.13 = Hugh Roe² 7.15 (f. 4a) .

(b) soon enough, in time (?): ro dháil Ua D. ...go líon a sochraide, acht chena ní thainicc in eallmha did not come in time (?) AFM v 1866.26 . Cf. ní raghadh ass itir in eallmha muna toirseadh, AFM iii 114.11 .

(c) ready, prepared: go mbáttar in ellma for cionn na nGall `prepared to meet' AFM vi 2060.16 . ó ro baoi gach aidhme...ind eallma lasan luing, Hugh Roe² 3.15 (f. 1b) . Cf. a ellma as dech do cech rath, Ériu ix 47 § 18 (see RC xxxix 407 - 408 ).

imlat

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n o, m.

(a) the act of moving, changing (from one position to another) trans.; motion: an oenchos do bhí ag iomlat a chuirp faoi, RC xxix 130.15 . gibé ... iomlat do ghenasan, do ghena an íomháigh mar an ccedna, Ó Héodhusa 22.y . gan lámh ag iomlat mh'éadaigh `changing, or removing my clothes,' Measgra D. 62.26 . ?Intrans. stiuir ón rígh do rin an fhairrge | dóibh chum iomluit, Ó Bruad. i 100.16 . Fig. m'iomlat eadraibh níor fhéad sinn (i.e. between husband and lover), Dánta Gr. 41.61 . is d'iomalat beatha na healta so anuas do thuit `from the irregular life,' Ó Bruad. iii 176.z . In concrete sense transport: do thadhaill iomlat aidhme is ionamhais `he visited transports of stores and munitions,' ib. 148.7 .

(b) the act of wielding or plying (a weapon); play (of a weapon), brandishing: ionnus nár bféidir leis a airm d'iomlad ina thimchell, Ériu v 192.533 . mairg tarla fa i.¤ a arm, ML² 1787. cosg éanlá ní headh budh lat | is a n-arm aca ar iomlat, DDána 5 § 4.

(c) act of changing, transforming; change: a sgáth féin do mhill an mac | do bhí bhós agá iomlat, Dánta Gr. 16.82 . aithnim thú d'aimhdheóin h'iomlait, 41.82 . teacht i gclí Mhuire na mhac | Rí na n-uile is dá iomlat, A. Ó Dálaigh xlviii 29 . Seaán Mór, an dara mac, | fuair oighreacht Airt gan iomlat `obtained A.'s inheritance without change (?),' TD 32 § 52. focal ar fhocal, gan iomlat, gan mhalairt, Luc. Fid. 325.9 .

(d) the act of exchanging; exchange; requital: nir chaithsiott caoicidhis ... gan seoitt ┐ techtuirecht da n-iomlat eatorra, Ériu iv 56.4 . mo chuid airgid do thabhairt do luchd iomluit exchangers , Mattw. xxv 27. a fhiadh nách éidigh iomlat `which it would be pleasant to exchange another for,' Measgra D. 51.36 . do-ghéan mo dhíthcheall iomlait requital , 26.44 . tearc mo shamhail d'fhior iomlait few men are my equal in retaliating, 60 . do thogh mé tar do Mhac-sa | budh aithreach an t-iomlat-sa | an saoghal ..., Dán Dé xv 12. ní dhingne an fear ga bhfuil Éadaoin | iomlat cruidh nach cead le a mhnaoi, Aithd. D. 31 § 39.

bandying (of words), abuse: 's iad so an sionnach is an cat | Tadhg Lughaidh lán leór d'iomlat `much given to abuse,' Content. xi § 13 . exchanging (claims, blows): fa luamhairecht etir dā theinid in tesarguin sin ... ┐ ba h-imlat etir dā t[h]einid ... a imlat san etir Mog Nuadad ┐ sluag Ulad, ML² 1142. See imlaít.

int(ṡ)liucht

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Forms: intle(a)cht, intṡliucht, intliucht, intṡliucht, intlecht, t-indleacht, intliuchta, intṡliuchto, inntlechta, indliuchtu, n-intliuchtae, inntleacht, indleacht, inntleacht, intlecht

n u, m. (Lat. intellectus) Late Mid. and Mod. Ir. intle(a)cht. The form intṡliucht is due to the analogy of intṡamail (Zimmer, KZ xxx 95 ). n s. intliucht, Wb. 26d23 . int intṡliucht , Sg. 201a2 . intlecht, MR 182.19 . an t-indleacht , DDána 3 § 17. g s. intliuchta, Sg. 210a5 . intṡliuchto, 209b32 . inntlechta, O'Curry 970 (< H 3.18, p. 416 ). a p. indliuchtu, Ml. 18c11 . g p. inna n-intliuchtae , Ml. 26c3 . See inntleacht indleacht, IGT Decl. § 24.5 . Later f. inntleacht mhór, Begley-MacCurtin 550a16. Cf. Dinneen.

(a) faculty of understanding, intellect, discernment; mind; act of discerning, distinguishing between: intlecht (inntlecht, v.l.) gl. ingenium, Ir. Gl. 734. maith a n-intlucht foirbthi a cétbuidi `good (is) their discernment: perfect their senses,' Wb. 33c18 . pad glicc far n-i.¤ gl. [re]formamini ... sensus uestri, 5c21 . ro léiced a n-i.¤ foa réir fadésne `their reason has been left under their own control,' 5b3 . scríbend menmman .i. robbói fora inndṡliuchtsom `it had been in his mind,' Sg. 178b3 - 4 . do neuch lassatá sians ┐ i.¤ `sense and understanding,' Ml. 124c15 . dénam tormach n-eólais | do i.¤ co saichi `to a bad understanding,' Fél. Prol. 318. tabair dam inad it' churp | iar mo dliged, iar m'i.¤ , SR 1154. áes ind intliuchta áin, 7830 . deochair et[er] maith is olcc | cona raib accaib d'i.¤ , 1252 . dethbir eter conn ┐ ceill ┐ inntlecht : conn fri forb[th]etaid ┐ ciall fri himcomét ┐ indtlecht fri etargnugud tuicsina (leg. tuicsen, Ed.) `for distinguishing ideas,' O'Dav. 755. tri búada ... .i. búaid roisc ┐ intliuchta ┐ airdmessa, LU 4791. ar idhna a mesraighthe, ocus ar aíne a indtliuchta `on account of the clearness of his judgment and the nobleness of his intellect,' Laws iv 356.19 . aicned .i. in ghne inntlechta ┐ fhaicsina na nugdar, O'Curry 970 (< H 3.18, p. 416 ). ecna, i.¤, comarle (among the `secht ndāna Dé dún'), ZCP v 499 § 4. coillet bar cialla ┐ bar n-íntlechta, Alex. 910. ni roich intlecht aen duine ... túr na teist, na tuaruscbail D., MR 182.19 . níor chaomhain ... a intleacht Aristotail, TSh. 611. In concrete sense, a learned man, a wise man: nech nosfuaslaiced ... | ni fuar d'intliuchtaib Egept, SR 3312.

(b) ingenuity, skill: míli ... do aes cacha hintluchta, SR 7208. sóifid cách a dán i sáibforcital ┐ i saibintliucht, LL 188c23 . stuagdruimne rinnta ... arna coimecur tre indtlechtaibh ollamhan, CCath. 4729. cuis airic derbad a intlechta `the cause of its invention, as a proof of his ingenuity, Auraic. 5471. maille hilimud inntlechta ┐ eladhan with great skill, Stair Erc. 1625. ar na grabháil ... lé hinntleachd dáonda, Acts xvii 29 . aidhme iongnaithe d'amhainsi ealadhan ┐ inntlechta `with great art and ingenuity,' AFM iii 280.17 .

(c) meaning, signification (of a word or passage) : do línad intliuchta uerbi `to perfect the sense of the verb,' Sg. 210a5 . is tríit astoascther intṡliucht cach muid `the meaning of every mood,' 148b7 . is hinunn intṡliucht sluindite diblinaib, 76b5 . ní redigedar dano i.¤ ind sailm, Ml. 24d22 . iarsint i.¤ ebridiu `according to the Hebrew signification,' 37a8 . do thintud in suin ebraidi sluindes ilsésu ┐ ilintliuchtu la ebreu, 37a10 . in cíul ocus in n-i.¤ fil isint ṡalm, Hib. Min. 174. ar immaircidetaid (MS. ar imairceta) a céille ocus a n-intliuchta friu `because of the agreement of their sense and meaning with them,' 138 .

(d) contriving, plotting, method, plan, stratagem: gebaidh (?) luth n-echtrand tria indtleachthaibh drúadh, TBC-LL¹ 5488. dotuitetar morán tría a inntlecht through his contriving, Aisl. Tond. 105 § 2. muna ffuil inntleacht éigin agaib d'fhurtacht m'fhoiréigin, Ériu ix 6.57 . co fil fodord mor ┐ inntlecht (intled, v.l.) oc na hI.¤ fritt, LB 146c16 ; 'snare' Celtica x 256 . tuig ... nach ineitigh iad acht dentar intleacht uman ni is lugha dofetar da tabairt doib de use strategy ... (when a convalescent patient asks for unsuitable food), 23 P 10³, 27b28 . réidh tre inntleacht do fhéad bheith `by some device He might have gone free,' Aithd. D. 58 § 17. do-rinneadh inntleacht uirre a scheme was devised to deal with it, DDána 88 § 13. do thuit se d'íntleacht Oiliolla ... a cionaidh éada uim a mhnaoi, ITS xvi 74.10 . de ingen[i]is curandi morbos d'intlecht leigheas nan galur, Mackinnon Cat. 301.24 . ... trem inntlecht ┐ trem ealadhnoib diaplaidhi, Fl. Earls 138.10 . ? To this : tú is t'fían ag imthecht an láidh | mar inntleacht ngíall do ghabháil, IGT Decl. ex. 1736.

linchor, lingar

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Forms: linchuir

n (perh. compd. of 2 lín) medicine-bag : athgabál lega … maini be linchor lais, snaithi immonn mér 'to distrain a leech … If he has no medicine bag (?) with him, [bind] a thread round the finger' Celtica x 78 § 6 . lin coir (part of equipment of a leech), Laws ii 120.1 = lin chor, O'Curry 2730 ( Eg. 88, 61 (62)b ). lingar .i. tiag i mbi[t] aidhme legha .i. duillenna mina bis i sed do deiliugad na losa bit indib na ro cumuscit, O'Curry 111 ( H 3.18, 71 ). tuillem linchuir, ZCP xiii 21.10 (`des Netzwurfs', Bürgschaft 8 § 13 ). darin sdūaig im lingar 'in violation of the hoop around the medicine bag' Celtica xxv 151 . linchuir, Ériu xix 83 § 10 (see n. 0 ).