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crínach

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n o. Somet. also ā, f., cf. asin Chrínaig (n. loc.), LL 6967 . Maidm na Crincha, AU ii 42.2 . faggots, firewood, withered branches : cumma . . . ┐ no chessed fén dar c.¤ (of warrior called Fén dar C.), LU 6844 ( BDD 41 ). ro lassaiset . . . amal c.¤ (icicles in miracle), Trip.² 132 . lortudh aidche do crinach `faggots', Laws v 482.25 . ? cuileoin in chaille na crínaig (sic), LL 1265 . tor teinead . . . do chrinach, TTebe 4736 . gídh atá a cheann 'na chríonach `is hoary', Tribes of Irel. 66.14 . ruc F. in cúail crínaig `the bundle of faggots', Ériu iv 110.4 . RC xxiv 194.12 . ZCP viii 304.x . maidi ibair i cual crinaig (prov.), RC xxiv 194.15 . brosna crínaig, Trip.² 128 . an domhan 'n-a charn críonuigh, Aithd. D. 98.20 .

? crinach

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adj .i. crin, O'Curry 1299 ( H 3.18, 539 ).

fén

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Forms: fén, feóin, féin

n o, m.

(a) a waggon, cart, conveyance of some kind: fén (gl. plaustrum) Sg. 21a4 . á .i. fēn no carr no carpat, Corm. Y 70 . f.¤ .i. carr no cairt, O'Cl. fén gac[h] feiretrom, Metr. Gl. 15 . is cumma no cinged ... ┐ nochessed f.¤ dar crínach BDD 41 . is fen for mentae .i. morchumus for becpersain a wain on small birds (?) O'Mulc. 752 . co tucsat hi f.¤ ind arc, SR 5457 ( 1 Reg. vi ). dā dam allaid ... co fhen etarru ┐ in corp and, Trip. 486.23 . g s. aire feóin a wain-load TBC-LL¹ 2092. 2240 . pl. féin (feoin v.l.), CCath. 1796 (= plaustra Luc. Phars. iii 451 ). feoin ... do innell fó na longaibh, 1402 . ic fogluasacht na fén, 1818 . aire coícat fén, LU 6005 . tarthúd úire for fénaib, Metr. Dinds. iii 194.7 . tenmnedach na damraide fana fenaib, LL 304a46 ( Bor. 106 ).

(b) in follg. exx. fén seems to denote some part of a chariot or its appurtenances : ro suidiged in carpat sin for dá n-echaib ... fo grinnib áillib a ḟén, LU 6489 . carpat ... for dib echaib ... ma grindib āllib a ḟēn, TBC-I¹ 2334 ; aen = a [ḟ]ēn, 2557 .

See fénae.

geltine

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n (lit. white fire ?) some kind of tinder or phosphorescence: fochnod ... Is āimind īarom geltine (geilthene, Hy.) in crīnach sin. Inde dicitur: gilithir geltine giliu fochunad; noch is lasair sōn. Inde dictum est: grīan in gaim geltine (gelthene Hy.), Corm. Y 591 . Cf. Corm. (LB), p. 20 .

lórtu

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n t, m. perh. also n, m. sufficiency, adequate supply : mad a lourtu no estais diib, Ml. 98b9 . neich forbe lortid do muindtir[e], Mon. Tall. 148.19 . 128.7 . cid chodala a lórtid `if he sleep his fill', 161.27 . cleirech . . . lasa mbí ní for a leortu more than he requires, Ériu vii 156.9 . annoberae fort lourtain / donaib bochtaib doberae, i 199 § 21 (lorthain, larthain, v.ll.). lortudh (? leg. lortu) aidche do crinach .i. cuit na haidhche, Laws v 482.25 and 484.10 Comm .

písa

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Forms: pis, pís

n (Eng. loan-word) a piece, fragment : pissa don ōr, Fl. Earls 100.24 . píosa airgaitt, AFM i 16.21 . pl. tri pissa mora don chroich, Fl. Earls 196.12 . na píosuidhe bruithe don ofráil, Levit. vi 21 . A piece (of money), coin: deich bpíosa . . . airgid, Matthew xxvi 15 .

The follg. exx. may represent a variant form pis or pís, if they are not rather to be taken as = bis: cur tinoil lān a urtlaig do phisibh oighridh `bits of ice', Lism. L. 81 = do bisib ega, Trip. 10.26 (where Stokes takes the word as = bis `finger') = do bissib oigrid, LB 25a18 . curo lasat na pisi amal crinach , Lism. L. 84 = na bissi, Trip. 10.31 . piseda fuarda oigreta, TTebe 368 = pisidi, Eg.

sochmacht, sochumacht

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: assochtmacht, sochmacht

adj [i? see GOI § 345 ] (2 so + cumacht) capable, possible : cid sochumact no dochumact do `whether he be well-able or ill-able thereto', Wb. 10a26 . meit as sochmacht (assochtmacht , MS.), Thes. ii 2.32 . caisin (leg. imcaisin, Edd.) sochmacht gl. id etiam uideat necesse est, 9.22 . masa sochmacht . . . robad maith lemsa a decsiu, Irish Texts i 11 § 33 . Note also: is sochmachtu do Día coro lassat cid na bissi amal crínach , Trip.² 130 .

treinigid, trenaigid

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v g (treinech) lit. makes threefold, divides into three. Exact technical meaning in Laws not established; the glosses indicate the meaning appropriates, takes possession of: cisne a tri imma trenaigedh ar cach athgabhail inableoguin? `what are the three things by which the distress from the kinsman is made threefold ?' Laws i 264.20 . cad iat na tri arnuile emtrenuigther don cach is imbleoghuin, 288.5 Comm. Vn. cret ar a fuil in treiniugadh so ? `of what is there this triple division made ?' iii 152.9 Comm. lortudh aidche do crinach cach fid, gen treniugud, v 482.25 , .i. cen teclamadh trit .i. cen arac, 484.11 Comm. cach fid cen treiniugad, 484.2 . .i. cen techtugad .i. crinaid trit .i. ni bi gabail fair, 27 Comm.