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clúasach

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adj o, ā (clúas)

(a) pleasing to the ear (?): c.¤ éstec[h]tach tóthanach a hainm i mbi i gcluais, Ériu xiii 39.25 . ceól clūasach na crēssen `melodious song of the believers', ii 63 § 1 .

(b) Of objects having (big) ears or handles : mullach .i. mulōach .i. cluasach , Corm. Y 918 . dá dtobannaibh mór-chluasacha meidhge, DDána p. 384.11 . srón cham chluasach `wide-nostrilled', SG 328.22 = chuasach, RC xxiv 196 § 11 , and sic leg.

As epithet big-eared : Concobar C.¤ , Hy Maine 54.3 . Brandub . . . Clūassach, ZCP viii 300.36 .

clúaschae

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n [, f.] ( clúasach ) sense of hearing : cluaischea do bodhraib . . . fege do roscaibh, Blathm. 37 (cluaschae, ed.).

clúaschán

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n ( clúasach ): cearchall, cluaschan, pileir, a pillow , Eg. Gl. 199 . piléur, Ez. xiii 18 ( clúasáin, 1827 ed.).

crésen

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adj o, ā (Lat. Christianus. Infl. of creitem suggested by Stud. Hib. ii 166 , not likely in view of long -é- of first syll. Cf. 1 créda ?) believing, pious : c.¤ .i. craibhtech .i. sen a chré, O'Dav. 447 . crésean .i. creadhal no craibhtheach, O'Cl. C. credal c.¤ (: ro fésser), Fél. Feb. 4 .

As subst. o, m. believer, religious, pious one: a ceól clūasach na crēssen (: -glésed) ` believers ', Ériu ii 63 § 1 . co cethorchait chréssen (: fésser) `pious ones', Fél. Oct. 24 . A. . . . in c.¤ (: thésed) `the pious one', Fél. Apr. 27 . dāil de forsin cōel cresen (.i. clēirech dognīd), ZCP xii 235 § 51 . ainim cressin ciṅges ar chel . . . regaid éc aitti īar sein di cretair creissin hi Temuir, ZCP xii 238 § 65 . for cresiōn cád, 235 § 52 . fri cuibsena cresion `believers', Laws i 16.15 . cresen .i. cleireach .i. creando (leg. credendo ?), O'Curry 94 ( H 3.18, 66 ). is hé lín creisin bías for Héirinn, Eg. 1782, 17a cited Contribb. 512 .

mullach

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Forms: mullaig, mullaig, mullach, mullaige, -i, mullach, mullaighi

n o, m., (mul) also treated as s, n.: d s. i mullaig , TBC-LL¹ 1203 ; tria mullaig in chínd, PH 8158 = LB 252a57 (perhaps we should expand mullach). n p. mullaige, -i.

(a) the topmost part, top, crown , generally of a convex surface. din mulluch, gl. vertice, Thes. i 494.31 ( Tur. 140 ). mullach, gl. culmen, Ir. Gl. 1007. di mulluch int slebe, Ml. 58c4 . co mullach na taulcha, TBC-LL¹ 1209. co rom-adnaichthi i m.¤ Temrach (= in cacuminibus Temro), Lat. Lives 22. a p. mullaighi na cnoc, CCath. 2352. co mullach in chairnn, Acall. 7692. m.¤ tighe, gl. doma, Ir. Gl. 838. i mm.¤ thuir, LB 136a27 = Todd Lect. vi 53. a m.¤ caislen Tuama, RC xviii 288.20 . a m.¤ áiteadh árd, Proverbs viii 2. co tuc bulli . . . hi m.¤ chind a brathar crown (of head), PH 855. mullaigi a cend rempu head-foremost , LB 156b45 . ar ammus a chendmullaig, TBC-LL¹ 913 , cf. TBC-I¹ 1961. do thuc bulli . . . i mmulluch in médi, TBC-LL¹ 1999. co tarrla in tṡleg . . . a m.¤ a hochta, Acall. 7710. co mulluch a ghualann, 325 . a m.¤ a láirgi (= buttock?), Comp. CC 107.7 . a m.¤ a cercailli the top of its circuit (i.e. zenith, of the moon ), ITS xiv 44.27 . a m.¤ na firmaminti, 88.9 . a m.¤ in medha[in] lae at high noon , O'Gr. Cat. 246 y . cach mball . . . de mulluch co talmain from top to ground (=from head to foot), TBC-I¹ 1931 ; cf. 1843 , TBC-LL¹ 1256 , 1371 , 2496 . corro loisc hé o mulluch co talmin, Mon. Tall. 72. erradh righ Connacht o mhullach co lar (i.e. a complete outfit), Lism. L. 3152. ro scoilt bendchapur in tempuil . . . ó m.¤ co a lár, PH 2896. ó lár go lánmullach (of a building), AFM v 1732 z .

(b) the crown of the head (= m.¤ cind): mullach (gl. meo . . . cum capillis vertice), Gild. Lor. 98. m.¤ .i. mul-ōach .i. cluasach (i.e. a `mul' with ears), Corm. Y 918 , cf. Lec. Gl. 276. dorega ferg Dé it' m.¤ (= in verticem tuum), Lat. Lives 12 = Trip. 60.3 . in bennacht . . . dobiur-sa . . . fort mullach anuas, LL 147a16 = PRIA iii 545 § 14 . a claideb nocht úasa mulluch, FB 87. hi fossud a mullaich, TBC-I¹ 1207 (mullaid LU). ro bui tre m.¤ ind ḟir folt cass, Ériu iii 196.4 . m.¤ Mo Chutu M.'s brain-pan (a relic), LL 370b32 = Arch. Hib. iv 204 § 15.

(c) fig. apex, acme, chief: m.¤ na míleadh, Keat. Poems 732. cnú mhullaigh degban Eirenn `most eminent' (lit. top nut), AU iii 570.16 . ós cionn mullaigh mo shóláis above my chief joy, Psalms cxxxvii 6.

Compd. ¤lethan broad-headed (cf. mul-lethan), FB 37. Acall. 4080 n . gein mhullachleathan mic, Ériu v 80.30 . tairrnge . . . mullachlethan, Fl. Earls 196.3 .

óach

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adj o,ā. (3 ó) having (big?) ears: berach oach (epithets of a calf), Ériu vii 6.9 . Aindind óach `keen-eared', Metr. Dinds. iv 234.42 . In compd.: dabach .i. de-uach (i.e. two-handled), Corm. Y 414 = de-hoach, LB. mullach .i. mul-oach .i. cluasach , 918 , cf. Lec. Gl. 276. brasach .i. bras-oach .i. oa mora let[h]na le, O'Mulc. 190.