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dlúthad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dlúthad or dil.ie/17086

u, m. vn. of dlúthaid. IGT Verbs § 80 . pressing together, condensing, confining; joining, connecting, welding, binding (lit. and fig.): tri dluthad inna nél gl. nubibus densatis, Ml. 144d4 . dluthad lesum for culu ind `ideo' `a connexion (?) backwards of the ideo', 50d6 . ata . . . fo dluthad . . . comla for cach senisteir to close it, SR 187 . a dluthath . . . do bii is do bitomain to caulk it (of the Ark), 2445 . corb écen clár dia d.¤ | . . . dia lán-múchad a sluice was needed to confine it (i.e. a spring), Metr. Dinds. iii 456 . dia nd.¤ fri felmad (of cattle) to keep them close to the fence, Laws iv 158 Comm. ic dluthad a drumchla caulking (?), LL 219a2 . ní rocumscaigh d.¤ clāir dib sech a cēile joining , Moling § 47 . dluthud cen fomus `joining together without calculation (?)' (of a carpenter; glossed dlughughadh .i. cnesughadh), Triads 118 . cuin bus aicdi fo scēim dlūta | [in]na deich cét clár sa `a structure of compact beauty (?)', Otia ii 78 . cor-ba dluithither re cleith lenad arna landluthud when tightly compressed (by the loom-reed), TTebe 2823 . in rann eile don deathaigh noch mhairis o dh.¤ na furmaminte from the condensation of . . ., 3 C 19, 256 rb 25 . Fig. cairdes no dluthad gl. pactum, Gild. Lor. 61 . d.¤ (sic L) coibniusa consolidating kinship, Tec. Corm. § 3.18 . trócaire co ndluthud (sic L) rechta, § 1.d . riaglae cléirchide the binding (enforcing?) of the clerical rules, Ériu iii 108 . cuimrech cāich co firindi . . . dluthad, dilgud, diūite ( restraining? Perh. binding, retaining in technical theological sense of holding back absolution of sins), ACL iii 317 .