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baránta

Cite this: eDIL s.v. baránta or dil.ie/5388

Forms: baránda, barána

n ( AN loanword, Risk, p. 598, 655. Or Engl. ?) baránta baránda barána m., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.31) . warrant, authority, guarantee: cen baranta aige acht titul ata crosta o dligud eclaisi Dé, PH 7599. ní budh mór dá bh.¤/ tosach an teagaisg ríoghdha as a guarantee of it, DDána 120.2 . comartha na Trinoidi mar baranta again[n], Fier. 214. fear a bh.¤ Ó Braonáin, Top. Poems² 1148 . an rí caránta ar a cígh / b.¤ í don airdrígh, DDána 9.5 . baránda an antruim d'ḟulang one fit to withstand oppression, Content. xxix 29. ceann feadhma ┐ b.¤ buidhne (of St. Peter), Eochairsg. 4.27 . Keat. Poems 733. an caiptín cosgrach . . . ┐ an b.¤ bríoghmhar. . . . .i. Brutus, TSh. 5564. budh é an Tighearna do bh.¤, ┐ cuimhdeochuidh sé do chos (= confidence), Prov. iii 26. ní b.¤ inchreidthe é fa rígh Lochlann do bheith 'na rígh Éireann . . . authority (of Hanmer), Keat. i 46.22 .

In Laws Comm. guarantor, surety : o togbus urrad [.i.] baranta aonfecht, O'C. 2165 ( Eg. 88, 4d ). Cf. o togbus urra enfeacht, 291 (H. 3.18, 160). urrad conaiti [leg. u. conai tacra] .i. baranta togbus tacradh a surety who upholds defence, ibid. ni fuil coir aigi cum an baranta, 292 (161).

buille

Cite this: eDIL s.v. buille or dil.ie/7388

Forms: builne, buillid, -e, -eda, -e, -ed

n earlier builne , f. See Thurn. Gramm. § 153. d s. d'aon buillid , Fen. 196.1 . b.¤ m. and f., n p. -e, -eda, g p. -e, -ed, IGT Decl. § 1. blow, stroke: inna builnni .i. bémen dígle (ref. to plagís, 17c25 ) ` stripes ', Wb. 17d2 . honaib buillib gl. colophis, Tur. 92. gl. alaphis, 93 . ? buile graece bole (βολή, ed.) iaculum airchor, O'Mulc. 172. cet moailli (read mbuilli, ed.) fort laim primitus dé abaind `a hundred blows on thy hand . . . with a scourge', Mon. Tall. 142.10 . do-bert .ix. mbuilli dond inbiur iaraind ar dorusss mB. ┐ do-thuit nónbur cacha builli, BDD² 1452 , 1454 . ro buail builli miledh air, St. Ercuil 604. ní rocht nech díb bir nó bulle nó béim . . . furri `a blow' (playing a ball), Táin 772 . do-rat cách díb builli dar sróin a chēili, Sc. M² 6. roddet . . . / . . . builli dar Indiúin, Ériu viii 69.4 . do-beir bulli in (leg. imm ?) cend na mná, LU 4357. dobert . . . buli forna heochu 'mon carraic `drove the horses against, etc.', Ériu ii 6 § 9. ic tabairt bulli da choiss issin comlai giving a kick to, MU² 880. co tuc bulli aniarmartach . . . hi mullach chind a brathar do'n con-shlaitt, PH 855. iar ttabairt b.¤ do ghae dhi, BNnÉ 62 § 87 . tug builli ara slabrad jerked the chain, Mer. Uil.² 271. builledha marbta `felling strokes', CCath. 6087. do bh.¤ `with a single blow', Magauran 3927 . an bh.¤ ga mbí a ngábhadh / do-ní uirre iomnághadh gives protection against the blow which threatens him (?), IGT Decl. ex. 10. tennbh.¤ cert casúir, ex. 913 . tug iasg don bh.¤ sin lais `with that cast', ITS xlviii 30.21 . Fig. mh'arthrach . . . / b.¤ ar a sdiuir a chneadh cígh `a force to turn its helm' (sc. Christ's wound), Aithd. D. 84.3 . don Banba is bed 'sas b.¤ (a death), BB 58a41 . b.¤ báis, TSh. 7819. b.¤ = ictus, Rosa Ang. 198.7 , 15. ar son in b.¤ dobeir `the shock' (of cold water), 156.22 .

Other applications. stroke, chime of bell, clock; blast of trumpet, etc.: a cinn cúig mbuilli don clog `at five o'clock', St. Ercuil 2093. dorad builli foran adhairc `gave a blast on the trumpet', 173 . dart, glint?; glance of sunray, eye(s): co n-ecmoing builliu (builli, v.l.) i n-a béolu di gaí gréine, Airne F. 83. dā tāirsedh ēn-b. dā shūil de if he got one look at him, ML² 369. dā fhaicdís aen-buille dá súil de (of torments of hell), RC xxiv 381.27 . builli dom shūil dī `a glimpse of her', ZCP vi 26.32 . buille saebh forsna sūile (sign of old age), 268.10 . b.¤ a habhra, DDána 49.11 .

In phrr. conid b.¤ forais sin do gres iar mbreith Dauid, LB 129b28 = béim forais, F 372.60. do bh.¤ sguir finishing stroke, DDána 40.29 . conāro fāgad an cloidem an fuigill b.¤ every stroke the sword delivered was a fatal one, Grail 3201 . fuigheall b.¤ an anaim . . . i nIofrann further torment, DDána 6.27 . is b.¤ air aghaidh é `it is so much done' (a step forward), Donl. vi 19.

1 cairt

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 cairt or dil.ie/7950

Forms: cairte, charta, cairte, gcartaibh

n f. (Lat. charta) g s. cairte. a p. gan charta , DDána 44.11 . cairte, IGT Decl. ex. 22 . d p. i gcartaibh , Ó Bruad. iii 16.x . Also k, IGT Decl. § 186 . Cf. qrta (q with suprascript a), Ann. Conn. 1235.29 (note) = quarta, ALC i 332.9 .

(a) manuscript, parchment, book : c.¤ .i. do memrum is nomen .i. a carta , Corm. Y 313 . du scribunt hi c.¤ ón `on parchment', Ml. 119a6 . tabraidh c.¤ meamraim duindi co scribum, YBL 149b1 . C. ┐ L. ro scríbsat hi cartib ar leith .i. c.¤ gach fir . . . ┐ ro ergetar iarsin ┐ a carti leo, LB 227a 3 - 5 . is e ro-scríb i c.¤ soscela, PH 8364 . c.¤ mo locht list, DDána 59.4 . ainm an fhíréin sgríobhtha i gc.¤ na beatha book of life, TSh. 1416 . creidthe gníomh roimh chaint is ch.¤ , Hackett² xlii 138 . as iomdha leabhar léighthear ┐ as iomdha c.¤ chuartuighthear, Mac Aingil 4719 . Of an exemplar: tuic mar a deir in c.¤ .i. Leabur Dabi Uí Deoradáin, O'D. 1975 ( Eg. 90, 9a ). do sgriobhus an betha so . . . asan cc.¤ do sgriobus féin asan leabhar (colophon), BNnÉ 289 n. 4 . an c.¤ as ar tairrngedh an choip si `vellum', CS 10. 10 . ni me as cintuch risna focluib dichéillaidi ata isin mbethaid-si, acht an drochch., Lism.L. 4527 .

Appar. specifically eight pages : do reir tri bpighin an duillthaobh, no dha sgilline an ch.¤ , Flower Cat. 383.12 .

(b) written charter; right, claim : iad-sidhén do chuimhnigh i ccartaibh ┐ a laoidhibh, Celtica i 93.172 . c.¤ ┐ dinntiur `deed and indenture', RIA Trans. xv Antiqu. 53.15 . slat do glé im c.¤ gach cúigid a scion who decided(?) the charter of each province. Ériu iv 222.4 . iarraidh cairte to seek a title, Content. v 101 . rí . . . / 'gá dtá an t-eineach i gcartaigh, DDána 120.7 . síodh . . . / do sgríobh . . . i gcartaigh cígh (of the Redeemer), Aithd. D. 84.5 . c.¤ pheinn phápa na Rómha. Arch. Hib. i 88 § xxx . badh c.¤ le clannaibh claonghall `would be thought a charter', Content. xii 5 . beid Albannaigh ag cóimhlíonadh a gcart, E. O'Rahilly 142.7 . tug a dhúthaigh . . . / do cheannuidhe i gc.¤ mharbhthaigh `mortgage', A. Ó Dálaigh 1 10 . sealbh a chairte d'fhear anma an King chéadna `is to recover his chartered rights', Ó Bruad. iii 14.20 . lé c.¤ an chreidimh ┐ lé bulla an bhaistidhe, TSh. 3324 .

In phr. c.¤ ar chartered right to: cartacha nuaa . . . do thabhairt . . . ar Chenél Moáin, FM v 1328.16 . is c.¤ do na glasGhallaib ar gach nGaoidheltír. Caithr. Thoirdh. 100.28 . faicim do ch.¤ ar an ndignit si, Luc. Fid. 5061 .

With descript. or obj. gen.: re c.¤ chloidhimh by military conquest, O'Hara 2063 . Cf. Ir. Syll. Poetry 64 § 12 note. i gc.¤ a gcuilg, Hackett² lix 15 . c.¤ shealbha, O'R. Poems 85 `a charter warranting possession of', Gloss. c.¤ súla ar sean- róimh, Celtica iv 119.y `a pleasant(?) (hopeful?) assurance of (hospitality in) an old resort', Gloss. c.¤ tabhartais `deed of assignment', RIA Trans. xv 76.1 . tugadh do chách c.¤ a síodha, Dán Dé iii 9 . ceanngham c.¤ a síothchána, Dán Dé xiv 17 . c.¤ a síothchána ag síol Ádhuimh, Ériu viii 84.81 . As descript. gen.: cíos cairte `specified rent', Aithd. D. 37.44 . mar cóir cairte as chartered right, BNnÉ 259.15 . ar tí cumainn chairte `chartered peace', Dán Dé xxi 24 . dochar cairte `due affliction', Aithd. D. 28.3 . ferainn cairte . . . / bailte ceall gan cumhsccugadh, lawful estate, BNnÉ 283.y . fód dá bhar bhfearann chartach, PBocht 25.32 . In cheville: foirbhthe an ch.¤ , DDána 110.10 .

Compds. With noun: ro cuir seic a cairtliubair, Laws iii 88.17 = cailclibair. n. ib. With adj.: ¤buide: don duine chartbhuidhe, Measgra D. 13.21 `yellowskinned', Gloss. (cf. coirt).

1 cích

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 cích or dil.ie/9038

Forms: cíg, cíche, chichib, cīguib, chiigh, ciich, cích, cígh, -e, cích, -e, -a, cich

n cíg m. and f. g s. and n p. cíche. d p. chichib, Anecd. i 4.2 ( SCano 80 ). Perh. orig. s, n., but cf. d p. cīguib, Corm. Y 145 . Note also n s. chiigh, Cáin Ad. 8 , n du. dā ciich , 3 . cích cígh f. (g s. -e), IGT Decl. § 39 . m. (g s. cích, -e, -a), § 46 .

(a) pap, (the female) breast : cich haec mamma , Ir. Gl. 100 . mo c[h]iche cen loimm, Todd Lect. vi 83.6 . immacossaitiub dá c.¤ cacha óenmná (threat of Bricriu), LU 8089 ( FB 6 ). dī cīch mnā nochlōitis leis (of Bricriu), ZCP viii 218.12 . ba cenn mna nō dā ciich noberthe i tasilbhath, Cáin Ad. 3 . di chich a mathar Finnchoime, IT i 142.18 . dac[h]ōdar mo chíghi-si i ndīsca, Cáin Ad. 8 . a ciche do taitnemh amail t-snechta, Lism. L. 3337 . a boill imellacha ┐ a cighi, Rosa Ang. 90.25 . delb mna o cichaib suas (of monster), TTebe 523 . ár mbrollach ┐ ár ccíocha leis breasts exposed, Párl. na mB. 562 . Of womens' supplication: nochtaid a cithi ris ┐ a n-ochta ┐ i n-urbruindi, ZCP viii 538.18 . tancatar uli máthrecha . . . ┐ a ciche nochta, PH 393 . cíche ar mná gaoil gá ghuidhe (Mary), DDána 7.9 . Of male: fo ch.¤ curad, Sc.M² 15 . eter a dí ch.¤ (of the Cyclops), Mer. Uil. 61 . da ghreamaigh . . . / fá bhun a dhá chích an t-athach mór, Oss. vi 202.16 . Of pierced breast or heart of Christ: a luibh leighis créachta an chígh, A. Ó Dálaigh xiv 5 . fa ghoin an chígh a chead, IGT Decl. ex. 1271 . do chuir don chrondsa an chíogha / fondsa díona vm fhuil ébha this spear which wounded the heart(?), Carswell 246.5 .

Of breast (heart) as seat of emotions: cíoch maithmheach na maighdine, PBocht 17.24 . breitheamh an chígh chruaidh `sternhearted judge', A. Ó Dálaigh xviii 10 . a labhairt chle 'na chighsin `his breast is full of evil words' (of critic), Ó Bruad. ii 236.z .

Applied to persons in metonymy: a ch.¤ na nóiden (of Mary), Trip. clxvi 10 . cīocha na heaguilsi (of the Apostles), Mac Aingil 4878 .

(b) In phrases indicating attesting of loyalty, allegiance, good faith, etc. by sucking the breasts of recipient (cf. Hiberno- Latin sugere mammellas, O'Brien, ÉC iii 372 - 3 ). iss esside abac dide a chichesom fergusa ┐ gaba(i)s a gruaide i nnairide a anacuil `this was the dwarf who sucked his, F.'s, breasts . . . as a token of (asking) quarter', Ériu xvi 38 § 5 (cf. xi 95). Less explicitly: trí meinistri (`halidoms') fer Féne .i. c.¤, grúad, glún, Triads 63 . fir ciche ┐ gruaide, nime ┐ talman guarantee of breast and cheek, etc. , Rawl. 132a31 ( Cymmr. xiv 112.7 ). ratha cuibse ┐ ciche ┐ cride, LL 4941 . ata mor dona doinib / fo chichib macni n-Oeda bound in friendship (loyalty), Anecd. i 4.2 ( SCano 80 ). caradradh do cholna .i. cairdes cíche ┐ glúine, Ériu xiii 45.22 . Hence c.¤ in special sense of covenant : ná bris chíg, na briss cairdess, TBC 3508 . bāithfidear cīch ┐ cot(h)ach, ZCP viii 195 § 4 .

(c) Other phrases. With vbs.: si oc tabairt a ciche do (of Mary), Todd Lect. vi 49.7 . co tartur mo chiigh dō, Cáin Ad. 8 . Note also: riú-so is sínte súgh do chíogh (addressed to Ireland), Hackett² xxxvi 150 . a gait de cígh to wean her, Vita Br. 5 . bentair L. da chich, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 44.8 . mo ch.¤ rosibh fed at my breast, Todd Lect. vi 82.9 . do chíogh an uime do ibh? (: ríogh), Dán Dé xv 6 . a cíghe do dheol, Arch. Hib. i 85 § 2 . With prep.: ┐ Laigh mac Sriangabra ar cich leó being suckled, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 44.2 . noídin . . . Catar for c.¤ , Éigse vi 118.24 . maic a mbroind is maic ar chīch, ZCP v 25 § 10 . rí na cruinne ar a cíchibh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxv 3 . Note also: for oenghlún ┐ oench.¤ ro alta ┐ Eogan he and E. were fosterbrothers, SG 310.15 . rod n-alt . . . éseom ┐ tri meic ind ríg i n-óenchliab ┐ for áench.¤ , LU 1666 .

(d) Attrib. gen. a bhuime chígh an Choimdheadh `nurse' (of Mary), Dán Dé xv 8 . banaltra cíodh Rígh ghil na glóire, Párl. na mB. 2012 . cuisle an chíogha `mother's arm' (i.e. Mary), A. Ó Dálaigh xi 13 . fola in misa ciche the suckling month, O'C. 1876 ( 23 P 3, 21 (23)a ). leanabh cígh suckling (of newly- born Christ), DDána 17.1 . For noídiu cíche see noídiu. Cf. naoídhe na ccíoch, Is. xi 8 . dia mbeid aoinbheóil aoinchiche (of close relationship), Ériu xiii 16.17 .

(e) In transfd. senses. Of recesses of woods or tops of mountains (somet. perh. as prep. phr. i cích(aib) in the bosom of, in the midst of, among ): i bhfoithribh nó i gcíogh choille (: díon), Ériu ix 163 § 7 . i ccigibh cnoc, Buile S. 58.13 . learga buadha do chíogh gcorr (of hills of Ireland), Measgra D. 50.51 . Note also: do ling crobhuing chaoin bhalsaim / as cíoghuibh a cceas (? leg. creas, Ed.) a-mach (of branch from tree), O'Hara 3277 . tre chíghibh cíogh (? leg. craobh, Ed.) gcorr (of water falling through branches of trees), 2645 . Of the sea: ceol eachdra a gcíoghoibh cuain `on the breast of the sea', O'Hara 4154 . an fedh do chóidh o chígh cuáin inland, Rel. Celt. ii 226.4 .

Other applications: a cholggairthe na gcíoch ngeal (of castle), DDána 68.34 `thou castle of . . . fair bastions', Ir. Monthly 1920, 543 . clodib orduirn . . . go cichib oir `inlayings', RC xii 60.18 . Of herb: cīch .i. cich girg (sic MS.), luib asa taet ass, O'Mulc. 221 . Note also: cíoch-bhraighed (leg. cíoch bh.) uvula, Mackinnon Cat. 56.11 .

COMPDS. With nouns: sreabh chorcra an chíoghasa, Aithd. D. 65.38 . cíochoighir in chríochshlóigh `suckled heir', O'Gr. Cat. 399.18 . ar cíchshlios cuain dochuadhas im aonarán enclosed margin, Hackett² xlii 33 . With adjj.: cichban cearbnad, BB 23b6 = Cermnat chích-bán, Meyer Contribb. ( Eg. 1782, 55a ). cath cro cearnach cíchbhlaith, IT iii 89 § 116 . Alestris .i. rigan na cíchloiscthi `der Amazonen', Alex. 510 . hi tír Amazonum .i. lasna cíchloiscthi, ZCP viii 313.24 . Cf. ra chuir ár na cichloiste (-loisgti, St.), TBC 1478 . tré thír na gCíochloisceach da ngairthear Amazones, Keat. ii 515 .

colcaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. colcaid or dil.ie/10491

Forms: colced, colcadh, -aidhe, coilcid

n (Lat. culcita). colced, O'Mulc. 233 . a. sg. colced, ZCP xxi 289 § 43 . colcadh f. (g s. -aidhe), IGT Decl. § 12 . Later coilcid. featherbed, flockbed (associated with cerchaill, brothracha, etc. and freq. trans- lated bedding, quilt , etc.): c.¤ .i. cail cāid .i. coimēd cādusa í, Corm. Y 208. 341 . colcaidh .i. leaba, O'Cl. tolcda di coilctib simenn, H. 3.18, 82c40 . comnaige cacha cercailli, aidearba for coilcaid, Laws v 486.20 . cid nā cotla for colcaid? K. and H. 1 (: ochtgaigh). lécciss coilcthi, lécciss cotludh, ZCP viii 198 § 17 . for(a) a ch.¤ , Anecd. i 1.14 (-aig, MS.) ( SCano 13 ). lána inna himda di cholcthib . . . ┐ di tlachtaib, LU 1712 (ICM). pill cuilcthe clúime, SG 364.36 . coilcidh eturra ┐ aein, Acall. 784 (-cigh , v.l.) ni tabrad taeb fri coilci na fri cercail, ZCP xxx 138.34 . cuilt chliar na gc.¤ tána `poets' and minstrels' bedclothes [thrown] to litter cattle', O'Gr. Cat. 374.29 . Fig. colcad cailli clumglasi, ZCP xiii 278 § 11 . te duit ar chluimh cholcaidh cain, Buile S. 46.13 . trí coilceadha na Féine `the three tickings of the Fian' (i.e. tree-tops, moss, rushes), Keat. ii 5128 .

cumnád

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cumnád or dil.ie/13874

Forms: cumnádh, -ódh, -údh

n (cuman). cumnádh, -ódh, -údh, IGT Verbs § 64 . act of reminding : atá ól a cígh 'gum chumnódh / do díl an Ógh urmór m'fiach, ex. 525 . Cf. cudnód.

gait

Cite this: eDIL s.v. gait or dil.ie/25273

Forms: goid, goide, gada, gada, gat

n ā,f. (with d s. for n s.) n s. goid; g s. goide, gada; n p. gada, IGT Decl. § 42 . n s. gat, Irish Texts iv 18 § 1 ; 20.9 . O'Mulc. 608 . vn. of gataid. See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 168.

(a) taking away, abstracting (something from a person): gait an anmae díb the taking of their name from them, Ml. 70a5 . ní chaemnaic in ṅ-gabail do gait do lár ind átha to remove (i.e. to tear up) the fork, TBC 763. 738 . co súilib dessaib tennaib | do gait asa coemchennaib, SR 5556 . is gait claidib al-láim Ercail (of a difficult undertaking), Met. Dinds. iv 100.2 . nin do gait ás by taking away the letter n, Cóir Anm. § 162 . dia gait d'ḟir úaib a talmain `for any man of you to pluck [it] from the ground,' Met. Dinds. iv 78.2 . Sás gada céile Colla | do ghlaca séimhe sunna, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 216.41 . BNnÉ 268.15 . toradh na ngéag arna ghaid `the trees' fruits fallen,' Dán Dé xvii 15 . Rarely in an entirely favourable sense: dognid umaloit doside im ghait a iallacrand de removing his sandals, Lat. Lives 87.13 . intan ba mithig a gait de cīgh to take her from the breast, Irish Texts i 3 § 5 .

(b) purloining, theft, robbery (in later language almost exclusively used in this sense): brath ┐ gat ┐ coibnius do orguin, Irish Texts iv 18 § 1 . is chom-chol gat nich ..., ib. 20.9 . ? gat ebraice fortitudo .i. quia per uim rapitur , O'Mulc. 608 . oc gait a bíd aire ar écin, BDD 54 . Ba saeth lia brathrea gait disi in tinscrae erru, Ir. Texts i 6 § 16 . bean gatas .i. doni gait, Laws v 176.10 Comm. ; i 56.10 Comm. mad gait gataiter he if it is stolen, iii 208.11 . mas ar eigin no mas a ngaid rugad a seoit o nech, iv 270.16 . beodile coníc a gait budein livestock that can steal themselves (i.e. slaves), iii 432.9 . gatsatside na teora gata ... .i. mucc ┐ ag ┐ bo, BDD² 194 . bretha im gatta Judgments regarding Thefts (title of fragmentary Law Tract, H.2.15. 38a ( Irish Texts iv 18 ). dogniat gait er Dhia, PH 7682 . ni dentar gait gan rún gaite, 7547 . gaitt irisech a pious theft, BColm. 84.10 . ib. 78.28 . ech ... mo derbrathar ... is é a goid dorinnis, ZCP vi 288.27 . fer ... nó díghladh gach gaid ┐ gach slad, CCath. 54 . ná roléicc goitt ná meirle ... do éirge ina reimhes, FM vi 2374.7 . i ngait by theft, by stealth: is side ruc in mac legind leis i ngait dar muir, LU 2923 . Finnach foglaid robái i ṅgait isin sciaich, LL 354 marg. inf. 274b28 . luid Buchet for teiched ... i ṅgait, RC xxv 24.8 . oca chreicc a ṅgait, LB 155a57 . fer gaite meirle, Triads 141 . i fich na gaite, O'Dav. 900 . cosc gada, Keat. ii 5090 . fulang gada, TD 38.11 . rún gada, Ó Bruad. i 46 . biad ngaide stolen food, ZCP xiii 20.1 . mur gach mart ngoidi like any stolen ox, viii 541.6 . arbur gaide stolen wheat, Todd Nenn. 217 n . acht é 'na atán ghada a stolen hat, TD 38.9 . ní fuin- milsed gata ina flaith, BDD app. 168 ( LU 8021 ). gada ocus aircealla, Laws iv 270.26 . cen gáibthe gat `free from peril- ous thefts,' Met. Dinds. iii 82.71 . toirmesc trod is glíadh is gad, IGT Decl. ex. 1162 . creacha fada ... gada dob' áil orra d'úaim, ex. 1214 .

(c) Transf. that which is stolen: a ithe ... leth-om amal bid gait nobíd occu, LB 155b57 ; ib. 12 . gat d'ithedh (s.l.) to eat stolen food, Laws i 56.10 Comm. ri ithis gait, Laws v 172.16 = ZCP xv 342 § 33 . iarair goidi (gaite LB), Anecd. iii 22.5 . in gaid airgither a cengal don crand, O'D. 568 ( H.3.17, col. 440 ).

(d) In cheville (meaning uncertain): biathsat na habaidh gan gait | náim in cataigh re caocait, SG 25.16 . ri gan gait, Fen. 58.7 . ib. 136.15 .

Compd. ¤bratt plunder: gatprat fo comang .i. gabsat dí marc hi n-athgabhāil, ZCP vii 305.13 .

gataid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. gataid or dil.ie/25452

Forms: gati, gatda, gata, gatar, gataiter, gatad, gét, conna-get, gette, gatsai, gatsait

v Ind. pres. 2 s. ní gati , Ml. 106c13 . 3 s. ní gatda , Wb. 10b1 ; ní gata , Cáin Ad. 29 . pass. sg. ní gatar , Irish Texts iv 19.5 . pl. gataiter ib. 9 . Imper. 3 s. na gatad , Wb. 22b6 . Fut. 1 s. in gét , 9d4 . conna-get, TBC 943 . Cond. 2 p. ní gette , Wb. 9c8 . Pret. 3 s. (with affixed pron.) gatsai, LU 6691 . 3 p. gatsait, Lism. L. 319 = Irish Texts i 3 § 9 ( Rawl. B 512, 31c6 ). vn. gait, q.v.

(a) takes away, removes, pulls or snatches away. gl. furari, tollere (in purely physical sense) : gat a inchind ass, RC viii 62.17 . gataid C. in ṅgai ass removes the spear, iii 180.4 . gataid sidi in luirich tar a chend, IT ii1 184.10 . gatair a súile assa cind, Ériu v 209.24 . in corthi cloichi ... ra gat a talmain ... he tore up from the ground, LL 266b48 ( MU² 647 ). ní gattad (gata, gadai v.l.) dér dia grúaid, Im. Br. i 46.17 . ni gatta a curp duni go coscairthea immi (of the gae bulga) it could not be extracted from ..., TBC 3875 . intan ba mithig a gait de cígh to take her from the breast, Irish Texts i 3 § 5 . conna gēt-sa láma dib I shall not remove my hands from them, TBC 943 . Cf. gat laim dimm na damtathaig, D iv 2 53vb19 . ni getar afaing asin churach-sa, Anecd. i 5.17 . gattsat a libur leó, ZCP vii 305.30 . mani ghatta in ceir estibh unless ye remove the wax from your ears, BNnÉ 92 § 202 . [na] gataid for sella do for feraib don't take your eyes from your men, LU 1776 . gaduis an tsleagh as féin, Keat. ii 3251 . nogédais tri semanda as cech sleig, Fianaig. 6. 22 , With obj. an abstract noun : gataid leisci lesoc `sloth takes away his welfare,' Laws i 104.5 Comm. in tan gadait clú na comarsan, PH 7684 . san aois féin lé ngadtar ... sláinte ... an chuirp, TSh. 2406 . With AR (or DE, rarely ó) of person, takes away (something from someone), deprives of (occas. but not necessarily of a wrongful act). AR : ní gette na brithem- nachta becca erriu you would not snatch the petty judg- ments from them, Wb. 9c8 . ní gati eronn ón thou dost not take it from us, Ml. 106c13 . ní gata A. fīachu ar flaith ... ... dia mbī dír, Cáin Ad. 29 . gataid Bodb a muccaidecht n-airi, gatar dana a muccaidecht ar in fer atúaith, IT iii 244.33 . gautuim-si nem ┐ talam foirb, Arch. iii 3.23 . gétat (leg. gétar, ed.) orat nem, Lism. L. 2133 . ni géttar nem fort ind-sin, BColm. 84.13 . in ní doberar indiu gatair air amairech, Laws iii 310.4 . nī gētam th'aird-mess horot `we shall not deprive you of your calculation,' ZCP viii 268 § 43 . ro gata a n-airm forra, FM v 1862.18 . log enech dond fir ar a ngatar, Irish Texts iv 20.8 . With vn. as obj. : salm ... getas fair- sium cendsa in Chomded d'ḟagbáil, RC xiii 110 § 147 . no géta for a muintir adhall ... an tíre that his followers might be deprived of [the power of] entering the territory, Hugh Roe fol. 79b . DE : ná gad neamh dím, Cóir An. 214 . gad mo moing dīm, ZCP xiii 178.26 . gettair do chend dit, IT ii2 247.7 . ragadad a chenn don druth, TFrag. 42.17 . gatais Dōcha a chend desom, TBC² 2946 . na hi ... gatus sirg dona macaib beca ... which remove dulness from little children, Laws i 138.31 Comm. g.¤ étach : gatuid Fraech a ētach nde, ZCP iv 39.23 = TBFr. 201 . Leb. Gab. i 148.28 . do chris cáol geltais ní geada | d' fertuis do taebh seda seng, IGT Decl. ex. 548 . With ellipse of obj. : gatar (bentar v.l.) dibh, ┐ dénaidh bhar ffotraccadh undress and bathe, BNnÉ 18 § 37 . gatsat dind eoch they stripped the horse, Met. Dinds. iv 66.118 . ninderba, ni gat ni de, RC xi 444.39 . ó : gatuidh a lán eneclann uadh co ro ica in cinuidh sin deprives him of ..., O'D. 516 ( H.3.17, c. 419). rogatar ūaim cech sal may every stain be taken from me, ZCP vi 266 § 11 = Sits xix 367 § 11 . Do gadadh úam mart, IGT Decl. ex. 963 . Idiom : cid gatas uaib ... ci atberaid fria ? what harm does it do you to speak to her ? (lit. what does it take from you ?), RC ix 492.1 ( LU 1822 ).

Of carrying off booty : mor n-oir ... rosgat A ... i scoraib, Alex. 324 . ra gattá is ra brattá in slúag-sa indiu, TBC 6102 . Ecmoṅg rogatá a bæ ... rogatta do bai ┐ do trī meicc, ZCP iv 44.22 = TBFr. 357 . g.¤ céill de takes away the expectation, hope of (something, an event): o getar ciall don tsailtinchi `when every idea of the expectation is abandoned,' Laws iii 366.3 . `In calma gabthai fri Troiannaib ?' `Ragatad cíall deside,' ar in techt there is no longer any hope of that, LL 237a22 ( TTr. 1496 ). cech fer ... na taircébad ... dochum nEmna no gatta ciall de ┐ ḟocherte a ḟert ... arnabarach all hope of his being alive was given up (?), Ériu iv 26 § 14 . For further exx. see ciall.

(b) Specifically steals : bean gatas .i. doni gait, Laws v 176.2 , 10 . fer gatas, Irish Texts iv 18 § 1 ( H.2.15, 38a ). gatsait latraind dá thorc díib, Lism. L. p. 319 = Irish Texts i 3 § 9 . a dhamh lé gadaighe gádthar, BNnÉ 243 . mór nogataind, Anecd. i 72 § 199 . do goididar na cristaidhi in stor, RC xix 256 ( Fier. § 168 ). a ghradh goiti his stolen love, TTebe 30 bíd na huisgeadha gadtha milis, Prov. ix 17 . Fig. do ghoid ... croidhthe fear Israel, 2 Sam. xv 6.

lenab

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Forms: lelap, lelab, lenap, lenab, lenam, lenb, lenbh, lenb, lenbh, lenab, lenabh, lenaim

n o,m. Earliest form lelap; later lelab, lenap, lenab, lenam, lenb, lenbh. lenb, lenbh, IGT Decl. § 15 . lenab, lenabh, § 16 . See ZCP xxix 303.

(a) infant, babe, child : lelup . . . nō lenab, Corm. Y 797. co ro derdrestar in lelap, IT i 69.23 ( Lg. 5 , leanamb, v.l.). rechtaid cách co lelbu, Tec. Corm. § 31.5 . cach cetlelap beres bean ar tus, Laws iii 38.17 Comm . bean teite [di tarr . . . ] .i. eiples iar mbreith lelaip, v 488.1 Comm . nó scréchaitís na lelaip, TTr.² 1875 . no renta do nert oc denam neich ar do lelbu, YBL 122b21 , 44 . in tan ropo lenam béc, LU 368 (ACC Comm.). cleirech na lenap (of St. Ultán), Fél. 200.1 . in l.¤ , 110.27 . macain .i. lenib na mban ro marb in Buide Chonaill . . . na noidin, Fél.² cxlii § 4 . or bam l.¤ ┐ or bam túalaing lapharthai, IT i 120.23 ( TE 5 ). lama lenaim , IT iii 77 § 43 (leanaibh, v.l.). bannscál . . . ┐ lenabb ina láim, Thr. Hom. 68.15 (= nóidiu, 20 ). iar mbreith in linim for altruma, Laws ii 146.3 Comm . lúth-clesa leinim gan cheill, MR 294.9 . leanb óc, Ériu ii 182.8 . mar brécthar séd a láim lenaibh, IGT Decl. ex. 706 (: Emain). sguir a leinibh dot méd meanma / beirid an t-ég lenbha leis, ex. 708 . ó aois leinb gus an lá a-niogh, Dán Dé xxi 31 (: fheirg). gér leanbh ar aois eighir Airt / nír ghaois leinibh a labhairt, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 60. 39 - 40 . tugadar chuige leinibh, do chum go mbean- fadh sé riu, Mark x 13 . do rug fós an dara leanabh, Mac Aingil² 2680 . an leanbh . . . ná an seanóir, TSh. 7646 . mnā ┐ leinbh gan baisteadh, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 39.21 . na mná ┐ na leanba, Jer. xli 16 . leanbh cíghe a suckling, PBocht 19.14 . leanabh cígh , DDána 17.1 (: beanadh). Note also: in saithe seng sen-l.¤ `this lithe swarm of grown children' (of warriors), Met. Dinds. iv 48.88 (: ragat recte regat).

(b) young man, youth, boy : a óigleanaibh, TD 1.25 (: ¤leabh- air). na cengail tú fein . . . ris na leanbhaibh bhes isin ord, ITS xxix 203.7 . ná peacuighidh a n-aghaidh an leinimh (sc. Ioseph), Gen. xlii 22.

l.¤ léiginn = mac léiginn: a measg na leanab léighinn, IGT Decl. ex. 709.

l.¤ Dé, l.¤ Muire, etc. freq. of Christ; leanb Muire dá lenta a lorg, IGT Decl. ex. 700 (: derg). ex. 704 (: ṡearbh). leanb Dé ón bhás mur do bhiodhg, ex. 703 . leanb Moire, Dán Dé xx 12 (: cealg). a Rí na ríogh / . . . a leinbh na hóighe, A. Ó Dálaigh xxviii 8 (: fheidhm).

1 ordlach

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Forms: orrlach, ordlach

n s,n. later o,m. (1 ordu, see Ped. ii 55 ) orrlach ordlach (m., g s. -aigh, n p. -aighi), IGT Dec. § 55.10 . An inch : tri graindi i n-orlach, Laws iii 334.20 . in grainne eorna teit a tomus in orlaidh, ii 252.16 . escra(d) dā orlach dēc, 176.17 , cf. iv 118.28 (ordlach). sē ordlaige i ndorn, iv 276.22 . na tri grainde adearar a n-ordlach .i. grainde coirce ┐ g. eorna ┐ g. cruithneacht[a], Lec. Gl. 279. ceithri gráine an t-órdlach, O'Gr. Cat. 240.32 (med. text). ogh rerchirce [sic leg.] iiii ordluighi a timcomac, O'Dav. 1375. ní béram-ni mod n- ordlaigh secha so we will not budge an inch, TBC 5978. tri hordlaighe, AU iii 438.16 . cígh . . . nár aoirdigh fós d'órdlach that never heaved an inch, Hackett xxi 46.