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edlenn

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: edleand, eidleand, edlenn, edlinn, feithlend

n honeysuckle or woodbine (?): glaisem gelta .i. edlenn nó edhend, Anecd. iii 43.18 . uilleann .i. edlend, Auraic. 5524 . edleand, 1197 . eidleand, 4303 . oir .i. feoruss no edlend, 4301 (but oir .i. feorus no edind , 1197 ). tuathmar fidh .i. eithlend, 4302 ( edleand, 4304 ). dat. edlenn, 5605 . edlinn, 5606 . fodla feada; sceith, draigean, trom, feorus, crann fir, eidleann, fincoll `ivy' Laws iv 150. 9 (= fedlend, Auraic. 1156 . feithlend, 4250 ). crann fir nó eilend (leg. eidlend), Anecd. iii 45.2 . Cf. féithlenn.

eiden(n)

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Last Revised: 2019

 

n o, m. ivy: edenn quasi eder, ab eo quod est edera .i. edind , Corm. Y 509 . eden ab edera , O'Mulc. 372 . gort .i. edeand, Auraic. 1188 . eideand, one of the `losa feada,' Laws iv 148.2 . barr edin, Thes. ii 294.11 . BS 38.12 . eigheand na crann (= hedera arborea) RC ix 231.7 . a crand eighinn, YBL 345b50 . eigheann talman 348b13 . in t-eigenn talman (= hedera terrestris) RC ix 231.8 . ACL i 332.62 . fremha eighind talman , YBL 345b26 . caera eighinn, RC ix 231.2 . caora eidhinn BS 132.4 . dosán eidhinn fasas tre chrann chas, 74.5 . ACL i 330.13 . corran buana eidainn a sickle for cutting ivy Laws i 140.8 Comm. fá chrann ar a raibhe iomad eidhin, TSh. 2478 (= hedera Jon. iv 6 ). fo eidhiunn, RC x 72 n. 2 .

In name of a bird : ferán eidhinn 'a wood pigeon' SG 72.2 = fer eidind, YBL 174b6 . fer[a]n eidhinn `turtle-dove' BS 74. 13 . cuchairecht fhéráinn eidhinn, 152.4 . ceol find fand fer n-eidin, ZCP xiii 258.8 . dá fhear eidhin, Acall. (Leabh. ó Laimhsgr.) iii 79.13 = da fhearán eighne, Duan. F. i 20.26 .

COMPDS. eidenn-ḟuar of chill ivy: a n-úaimh eidheann-ḟúair, IGT, Decl. ex. 1336 .

¤glan of bright ivy: d'ḟiadh eidheanghlan Éireann (: ceileabhradh), Ir. Monthly 1919, 3 .

oir, (? óir)

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n f.

(a) the name of the spindle-tree (or ivy?): oir .i. feorus no edind , Auraic. 1196 = feoruss no edlend, 4301 ; cf. 5523 . oir `broom, furze, spindle-tree', Hog. Luibh. Dinneen .

(b) in the Ogham alphabet, the double vowel oi: ór, LL 38b37 . óir (one of the `aicme na bfhoirfheadh'), IGT Introd. § 4 , 12 . caoladh ceirt .o. ag dul a n-óir (i.e. oi is the `slender' form of o), § 14 . cas, clach, . . . clann . . . gach ainm dibh ag dul a n-óir ar a thuillréim ┐ ar a thaíbhréim úathaidh (i.e. they have oi in the dat. and gen. sing.), IGT Dec. § 40.

(c) the long vowel ō? gne aili asberait araili ebad ┐ oir is ar fedaib [fod]a itat, Auraic. 1367.