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airfortach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airfortach or dil.ie/1987
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n o, m. (cf. 1 port, etc. and Lat. porticus Celtica xviii 90 ) only in SR (descr. of heaven), where the corresponding prose has airportach. Apparently some kind of enclosure (with walls and gates or doors) outside a city, and associated with faithche. `Portico', MacCarthy . cach a.¤ lan lubaib / cona ngrenchaib credhumaib / mur do chriad . . . / co tren im cach n-a.¤ , SR 393 . ocht n-airfortaig ann . . . / co comraicet 'mon cathraig / . . . / don mét fail cach airfortuig, 389 . airfortoich na mur immaig, 385 . cethracha dorus . . . / . . . a tri cacha faithchi feith / isa tri cach airfortaich, 404 . comlada . . . / fri doirsi na n-irfortach, 412 . inna n-huili n-a.¤ , 414 . secht n-airpartaig . . . imon primcathraig . . . ┐ mur . . . im cech n-airportach, MacCarthy 38.15 . im na faichthib ┐ im na herportachaib, 40.11 . dorus an ifirn acus a erportach, Otia i 115 § 6 . See airport.

calcaid

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Forms: -aigid, calcad, calcugad, calcaigthe

v (cailc). Also -aigid. solidifies, petrifies : mur do chriad chaim ro chalcad, SR 395 . macnas 'n-a chlí do chalcaigh `passion has grown stubborn', Aithd. D. 81.4 . calcaidh . . . ┐ impoidid se a naduir na talman (of salt), Ir. Astr. Tr. 42.20 . calcaidid se . . . ┐ cruadhaigid, 34.28 .

Vn. calcad, calcugad. Part. calcaigthe.

corpán

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n o, m. (corp) Pejoratively of wretched or miserable body; dead body, corpse: as uacht chorpáin chríad , Fél. Apr. 19 . mo chorpan ba crechtnaigthe, LU 9443 . mo corpān crūäch, Fianaig. 10.3 . mochen c.¤ téid fo húir, ZCP x 24.3 . is lán dá fhuil / c.¤ C., SG 58.28 . cubat do léinid lín / im ch.¤ cach duine díb, Bard. P. 53. 15 . truagh nach fuil an c.¤ -sa / uirthi this miserable body of mine, Dánta Gr. 51.25 .

3 corr

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n ā, f. (appar. special use of 1 corr, but development of meaning uncertain) well, pool, depression containing water : fuaran nó c.¤ nó tibrait, O'Dav. 669 . do dhenum chuirri .i. c.¤, a fuigthi uísci in cach than, Cóir Anm. 254 . deoch do bódarusci na cuirre `pool', MacCongl. 55.6 . dirochair a cuirr uisci, RC xxxi 306.23 . do chum uiscce do bheith hi curraibh, AFM i 56.11 . an ch.¤ = cisterna, TSh. 1278 . an churr = puteus, 6870 . tobar nó curr, Levit. xi 36 . ar an ccuir chriad teid a ndiosg (i.e. the world), Ó Héodhusa 252.20 . ? In n. loc. a cuirr Lessa Conaill dam, ZCP iii 226.15 .

créd

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n u tin (?) Die Romanze von Froech und Findabair 101 , Ériu xxxii 156-57 : mūr do chriad (leg. chrēd : trēn), SR 395 , Celtica xviii 88 n. 3 . crédh .i. crédhumha, O'Cl. imdernad side do umo crēdo ule, ZCP iv 35.8 = de chrédumu, Fraech 73 . cret chréda chromglinne, LU 8671 . deilge créda, 7540 . sithbe crēda, TBC-LL¹ 2560 . cáema caindelbra créda, Metr. Dinds. i 32.60 . roth créda 'sin brutt, TBC-LL² 4499 whence roth credha .i. dealg, O'Cl . comlada creda, SR 411 . a ṡeol creda, BB 391 b 34 (SG ii 479.10). timpan creda, Anecd. i 2.21 . timpán creda, LL v 37102 . In c.¤ nad clé, Metr. Dinds. ii 30.65 the reading is doubtful (cerd, cen ceilg etc., v.l.).

suacht

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ind linn luaigi do cur i s.¤ ┐ a fiuchad ┐ iuiliana di cur ann `cuve', RC xxxiii 320 § 13 . fiuchad intsuachtai, ib. a suacht chorpáin chriad 'out of a receptacle of an earthen body' Ériu lvii 162 .

trén

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Forms: trenbualad, trencheimniugad, thren-gabail, trenglacadh, tren-gresacht

adj o, ā IGT Decl. § 137.

I As adj.

(a) strong: bad treúin i niriss, Wb. 27a6 . tríuin, Ml. 46c23 . donaib feraib trenaib, 37b24 . cin cach cintaid triuin `the debt of every powerful defaulter,' Laws i 268.18 . hi féil ... | Teolis triúin trednaig, Fél. Feb. 25 . snaidsi-unn deg-ri tomtach t.¤ , Lib. Hymn. 29.6 . niurt t.¤ togairm trinoit, 133.16 . t.¤ écosc at-chíu, BDD² 825 . forngaire t.¤ SR 7562 . dus in fagbad ... | talmain trein, 2568 . teora dúi dana trethnasa trena, TBC-LL¹ 5590 . se hech bus triuín fri toghruim, BB 275b16 . antrend .i. anmin tire .i. ni tren fri clandugad n-arbha, O'Curry 124 ( H 3.18, 75 , cf. Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859 p. 196 ). adchiu-sa da tharb trena, TTebe 1617 . a chuirp Mheic Dhé is diúmhas tréan, Dán Dé xxvi 29 . bheith tréan ní haithnidh d'ollamh, Aithd. D. 33.12 . a lámh thréan dínsimhthe drong `thou strong hand in quelling hosts,' TD 19.3 . láimh dheas ríogh Teamhrach tréine, Keat. iii 582.

(b) Gramm. ainm t.¤ substantive: ainim t.¤ son, Ml. 30a9 . cen tabairt anman t.¤ fríu, ib. inna anmmann tréna, Sg. 28b18 . Cf. trén-úathad.

(c) In phrase t.¤ ar powerful over: tréan tú ar gach éinní eile, DDána 10.27 . tú as tréan ar gach ní fa nimh, A. Ó Dálaigh xx 4. Míchéal ortha is é bhus tréan, xxii 11 . Cf. ní tréan ar naoimhcheallaibh bile braonChumair `this hero ... will press light on holy churches,' Aithd. D. 4.13 .

Equative tressithir ... séolchrand prímluṅgi, TBC-LL¹ 2622 . Compar. tressa, tressiu, etc.: combad tressa de hiress apstal, Wb. 25a14 . intí bed tressa do fordiuclaim alaili, Ml. 19d5 . tresa, 6 . besid treisiu fri himfoiche, Laws ii 278.23 . ar us treise in da teangaid dec, v 510.7 . is tressiu cuma inda muir, IT i 81.15 . ba tressio tol aicniud, LU 10730 . bid tressai indás bág Foraind, SR 3892 . anmunna na ṅdémna ba tressi oldáti na tosig, PH 1195 . in n-uair ropo thressiu flaith firu, CRR 20.1 . co mbiad a fis aigi cia aguind bus threisi, Stair Erc. 1664 . an tan fá threise dhá mhíghníomhaibh ioná dá mhaith, TSh. 5725 . Later also tréine: besi treine fri eimfoiche, Laws ii 280.17 Comm. Superl. is ed ainm as tressam, Lib. Hymn. 129.15 . in cliathbernaidh cet as tresium thainic do shil Ádhaim, TTr.² 28 . tresim fedma, Auraic. 5555 . Later treise, tréine: amal ba tresi di ac dul, TTebe 2583 . in ti dobo tresi ara ollamnacht fein, Ann. Conn. 1385.15 . don naomh as treise tá ar nimh, PBocht 8.3 . fear do ba treise ar a thoil, DDána 52.11 . rí is treise ┐ is tréine, TSh. 3059.

II As adverb strongly: tren doratus do menmain | missi hi píangubaib ... | tússu i ṅgrianbrugaib I remembered bitterly, SR 1866 . With co: dobreth fín do ┐ ro mesca[d] co t.¤ ┐ ro guded im dula isin comrac, LU 6688 . mur do chriad (sic) chaim rochalcad | co tren im cach n-airfortach, SR 396 . ro-chói co t.¤ , PH 3197 . tainig techtairi co tren ┐ co tindesnach, TTebe 4360 . do bhrígh go rabhadar lucht na gcríoch-so ... go tréan ar Éirinn `held ... powerful sway over Ireland,' Keat. iii 2463.

III As subst. o, m., IGT Decl. § 61.

(a) strong man: ainm alaili thríuin, Sg. 96a4 . oirt trīunu talman he slew the strong ones of the earth, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 6 § 2 . ceithri triuin, Laws i 54.13 Comm. iter lobru ┐ tríunu, Críth G. 527 . ro brisius aurgala | for triunu na túath, LU 9350 . bad rí ┐ bad t.¤ ┐ bad tigerna dóib, TTr. 53 . eter triunu Tethrach, RC xxvi 26 § 97 .i. eter na treono Tethrach, LL 187b38 . ar treóin ┐ ar tóisig, CRR 38.22 . a ndoberó ar Dīa | do thriun nō do thrūagh, Ériu ii 172 § 4 . in luadi letrom ro bris cach tren, Cog. 160.9 . t.¤ ós mo chionn ní cubaid, O'Gr. Cat. 475.28. ro dhoirtset treóin an tuaisceirt ina ccend, AFM ii 1108.1 .

(b) (orig. n. ?) strength: taoisech Bladhma tren ar thren, LL 394.29 . tren namat mallacht mo mhiond `a hostile power is the curse of my relics,' BNnÉ 286.21 . as mor do traoitais dom trean, Ériu iv 49.24 . co n-aiseóga Día a nert ┐ a t.¤ fen do Gaedhelaib, BCC 124.36 . fada atám fa th.¤ mo bhidhbhadh, IGT Decl. ex. 1732 . tréan an bheatha ní buaine, PBocht 3.32 . gan tren a nesccaratt do leicen forra, AFM iii 364.25 . ? ní tualaing tréan dá threise ... neart ... Dé do thurnamh no power on earth, TSh. 5419 (or in meaning (a) ?).

Compds. (frequ. with merely intens. force, or for alliteration):

(a) With nouns: ¤aicned: cách cona thoga trénacnid chena, TTr. 960 . ¤arm strong weapon: in trenarm angidi ingnathach sin, Stair Erc. 1250 . ¤brugaid: is ann sin tainic Tamun t. mac Tréin, Acall. 2438 . ¤eite: lúth toile 'n-a thréin-eitibh, Aithd. D. 60.8 . ¤fher strong man, warrior: Trioscatal trenfer tigi Concobair, TBC-LL¹ 5530 . ¤fhogail violent seizure: ó thóicheastal throid-mhear ... na tréanfhoghla soin, TSh. 6643 . ¤gaeth strong wind: treisecht na trengaithi, CCath. 4617 . ¤lige oppression: trenlighu .i. foreicni, O'Curry 871 ( H 3.18, 391b ). foxal trenlighi nirt `seizure by overwhelming strength,' Laws iv 268.21 . ¤lua violent kick: ra bretha t. tarpech da choiss úad riss, TBC-LL¹ 2776 . ¤mid strong mead: im thech trenmeda, RC xiv 424.21 . ¤mod valiant work: meic Thalairc co trenmud, Gorm. Sept. 8 . ¤nia great champion: is beg in cin ata acan trenníadh ugud oirne, Stair Erc. 1477. ¤tarraing, in n. pr. Trentarraing mac Bocachta, Anecd. ii 49.15 . ¤timarcain: trentimarcain na tuath `forcible reduction,' Laws i 52.13 Comm. ¤torc mighty boar: cu téit an t. allaid ó chonuib, Acall. 1786 . ¤úathad singular of a substantive (cf. ainm trén): trenothath, Sg. 56b3 . ¤uide: rancatar uile uile | ... | na trēnuidhe dar in trāigh with a mighty rush, RC xxxvii 347 § 45.

(b) With adjj. (forming dvandva-cpds., except in the case of adjj. derived from nouns) ¤adbul: in talam trenadbul, TTebe 3077 . ¤armach strongly armed: do thogail na Tebi trenarmaigi, 2729 . ¤chalma: tic slog mor. ... t., PH 8106 . ¤dúalach strongly woven (?): cona luirigh thruim thren-dualaigh, Stair Erc. 1243 . Cf. tredúalach. ¤máillech having strong links: an tréan luithreac tréanmhailleac, CF Eg. 195 . ¤óg: Airenann tuir threnóg, Gorm. Jan. 5 . ¤oll: Serapion tuir t., Mar. 21 . ¤talchar: tucastair ... tarraing-drutad tren-talcair fair, CCath. 2958.

(c) With verbs. ¤buailid: trenbuailis a sgiath, TTebe 4529 . rotrenbuail a eocho, 2609 . vn. 'ga trenbualad , 3406 . ¤chéimnigther (rel.) strongly advances (?): is iat maíne tréncéimnighther do céimniugh ar fer tairce trian, O'D. 768 ( H 3.17, 551 ). vn. ar na trencheimniugad as in talmain aird, Laws ii 240.5 Comm. ¤chumtaigid: toccaibter ┐ trén-chumdaighter ... ionad onorach, BNnÉ 234.28 . ¤gaibid: in énlaith | rothréngaib mo nert-sa `the bird-flock that holds my strength in thrall,' Metr. Dinds. iv 212.36 . vn. da thren-gabail , MR 200.9 . ¤gellaid: dóib ra thrén-gell in sessed `to them was firmly pledged the sixth,' Metr. Dinds. iii 16.184 . ¤glacaid: cia tír nā ro thrēnglacc trell ? `what territory did he not stoutly grip awhile ?' Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 34 . vn. tre corp an tailginn do thadhall, ┐ do trenglacadh , BNnÉ 274.28 . ¤gonaid: rothrengon cach aroili, TTebe 4517 . ¤greisid: rotrengreis a each, 3999 . vn. ac tren-gresacht caich, 3159 . ¤indsaigid: rotrenindsaig tra na catha croda araili, 2820 . ¤letraid: co rrotrenletair a sirigh, 3829 . ¤marbaid: cur tren-marbh Indolb ar lar an átha, TBC-LL¹ 3856 . ¤tairrngid: ro tréntairrngedh léo an lúitheach sin `this mighty train was drawn by them,' AFM vi 1980.12 .

úacht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. úacht or dil.ie/42580

Forms: úach, uacht, huach, uach, úacht, uachta, ḟuacht

n (earlier ócht) u, m. (later also with prothetic f). fúacht, úach, IGT, Decl. § 95 . cold, coldness : ocht et gorte (gl. in angustiis), Wb. 15d29 . atbél ar ócht et gorti, 10d24 , cf. 25 . air meit ind huachta (gl. nimio frigore), Ml. 94b23 . dia ditin ar huacht ┐ tes, 67d10-11 . Cf. ib. 15 , 76d14 , 90d3 .

n s. uacht sini, Hy. ii 27 ( Thes. ii 315 ). huach, SR 917 . uach, 8360 . tulūach .i. ūacht inti, Corm. Y 1245 . úacht (among the things wh. are worst for the body), Tec. Corm. § 21.7 . fuacht ┐ teasbach, TSh. 516 . a d s. Ri conic huacht ocus tess, SR 321 . eter úacht ocus tess, FA 26 ( LU 2181 ). cen u.¤ , LU 9838 . sognaid cach co fuacht, LL 345d44 ( RC xlv 49 )= BB 65a7 . ni lécset u.¤ no scís ... fair, PH 1973 . luid E. ... as uacht chorpáin chríad , Fél. Apr. 19 . amuil ditnes in tech nech ar f. ocus ar doinind, Laws i 32.11 Comm. ar f., ocus ar tes, ib. v 28.3 . nom churim ar commairgi | na Trinoite togaide | ... | ar uacht is ar accorus, Ir. Lit. 92.28 . ar theas is ar ḟuacht Ifrinn, Ir. Monthly 1922, 387.20 ( DDána 22.20 ). a f. ín geimridh, Laws iv 90.5 Comm. co n-erbailt do fh. ┐ gortai, PH 1910 , sochaidhi ... décc do f., AFM v 1384.15 . gur fhulaing an urdail sin d'f., Fl. Earls 56. 10 . o huachd na haidci, Ann. Conn. 1400.13 . g s. indaimsir ... uachta , Trip. 10.25 = ḟuacht, Trip.² 125 . fuitt fūacht .i. comēt fūachta inn sin, Corm. Y 249 . etach do nocht ocus fri bruinni fuachta, Laws i 144.30 Comm. imad cech fuachta, PH 4319 . pian ... uachda ┐ tessa, 6397 . ré géar-ghoin fhuachta, TSh. 6561 . Attrib. gen. gomh fhúachta na haimsire, Studies 1921, 419.15 . do bhrígh a nfúachta, Proverbs xx 4 . air son an ḟuáchda, Acts xxviii 2 .

=` numbness ': don láimh sin do mharbh Garaidh | do líon fuacht is do líon galar, Ériu i 32.250 .

In the phr.: le f. ┐ le fán: Rí Séamus agus a mhac do dhíbirt le fuacht is le fán, O'Rah. 295.26 .

Metaph.: Mac Aodha, aighne go dtreoir | gríos oireas d'ḟuacht ḟear n-aineoil `a fire fitted to warm the coldness of ignorant men,' Content. xxv 10 .

As adj.? : basa uacht, TFrag. 106 . biaidh ... an geimhreadh ... caol-ḟuacht `somewhat cold ,' Corp. Astron. 64 § 3 .

Compds.: ¤gortae cold and hunger (a dvandva-compd., see Wortk. 1 ): a s. húair rombatar i mbochtai | dochúatar in-huachtgortai, SR 1478 .