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adbann

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Forms: adhbhann, Adhbhann

n o, m. (ad + 3 fonn? See Lochlann ii 203 ) Later also f. adhbhann f. IGT Decl. § 11 . strain of music, tune: goltraige .i. adhband trirech imefuilnge gol, Corm. Y 721 ( Anecd. iv 61 ). esnad .i. abhran (adban, v.l.), O'Dav. 777 . oda (ᾠδή) .i. adbond, Fél.² xcvi gl. 1 (1) . sirrechtach do chaeiniud .i. adbonn no bind do toitim, O'Curry 1296 ( H 3.18, 539 ) = adhbann, 1473 (ib. 653 ). adpand do seinm `to play a tune', Mon. Tall. 131.29 (§ 10) . rochachain . . . / tri hádbaind do barr in chraind / .l. bliadan cech adbaind, Fél. 158 § 23 ( LL 368 marg. inf.). trí ségainni Hérenn . . . a.¤ a cruit `a tune on the harp', Triads 89 . ar chumas n-adhbhann (: dall) `for power of melody', Studies 1920, 98 § 9 . da seinntea adhbunn do coiscfedh dia geran hí `if thou wert to play a strain', Stair Erc. 672 . an adhbhann chiúil, TD 23.7 . ba bhinne ná adhbhann ciúil, Oss. iv 4.19 . ni thabhair aphann da h'áidh / ni cheis re comhrádh macáimh she pays no heed to any tune, Irish Texts ii 75 § 17 . In meaning of 2 adba: le sámhthachuibh seinnfidhe / ar ádhbannuibh iorghuile, IGT Decl. ex. 455 . As n. pr. Adhbhann (name of a girl), Ériu v 82.28 .

Cf. 1 adb, 2 adba.

airessnad

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n (1 esnad ) loud singing: dord ┐ a.¤ na n-ocbud, RC xxv 36 § 16 .

amrán

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Forms: ambrán

n o, m. (amar) ambrán, PH 889 . singing, song: esnad .i. abhran, O'Dav. 777 . a.¤ sin na mban, Metr. Dinds. ii 30.61 . bind re hÍsu a amran, Gorm. May 9 . feras amran frim dá droch which sings against my two wheels, O'Mulc. 350 ( LL 275a3 ). Prov. is a.¤ ri cruit cen chéis / sinni . . . i.e. we are like a ship without a rudder, LU p. 22 note c ( AFM i 216 ). do-gní a.¤ : ní fiu trompa mar gní sé an t-abrán, O'Gr. Cat. 617.4 . dorinneadar abhrán orm, Psalms lxix 12 . Of poems composed in `amrán' metre (as oppd. to dán díreach): is é an t-abhrán ro fhalaigh / a n-éadáil a n-ealadhain / do sgar an daghdhán re a dhath / abhrán ban ┐ bachlach, Magauran 3664 . léigthear le cách ollaimh Éireann / uatha ar amhrán, TD 34.5 . As vn. act of singing, chanting: nobítís ic ámrán ┐ ic dúchund, TTr.² 1086 . buidne d'anglib . . . bīt ic amrān, BColm. 30.8 .

asna

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Forms: esna, asnao

n m. IGT Decl. § 2 . Also esna. rib. Of a person or animal: eter cach da a.¤ do, LU 8400 ( FB 27 ). asnao (sic) Fínain Chaim `a rib from F.C.'s body', Arch. Hib. iv 206 § 11 . co mebdatár a hasnai indi, LU 6207 (TBC). dam-a.¤ ┐ torcasnai cethri traigid fichet fod an damh-a.¤ , ZCP iii 460.11 . mebait mh'asnæ fuidb / mo chride-se is crú, TBC-LL¹ 3960 . brúifet tria a.¤ a tháeib, 1287 . ? srathar .i. ar sreith na n-esnad bīt, Corm. Y 1177 . do ghlac sé aon dá asnaibh . . . ┐ an t-a.¤ do bhean . . . as an duine, Gen. ii 21 - 22 . do bhí trí a.¤ iona bhéul, Dan. vii 5 . faoí an ccúigeadh easna, 2 Samuel ii 23 .

Other applications: asnai creiti in charpait, TBC-I¹ 2872 . ? ba hairecna . . . in tsuillse mór sin tria a.¤ drochu na carbut, BDD² 590 (see note). d'asnaibh cófra a gceannoigheadh `of the sides of their merchants' coffers', TD 16.26 . ? asna aball trena lige through her grave grew an apple tree, Dinds. 17 ( RC xv 309 ) (cf. roas ibar tritsiden, ib.). Fig. nír beanadh a.¤ dhá fhonn `no portion of his land was taken', O'R. Poems 1629 and Gloss.

1 asnad

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n (by-form of 1 esnad ): ro lasod a.¤ fianso fri crandaib a ngoai ┐ ni boæ de ceolaib Erenn itir ceol na a.¤ bu bindi anas, ZCP xiii 262.11 . a.¤ fir leit ro-cualu, 264 § 2.

coíca

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Forms: coícad, o, caoga

num nt, m. (cóic). Later also coícad o, m. (see Mon. Tall. cited below). caoga f., IGT Decl. § 8 . fifty : cóic deich cóica, Sg. 4a5 . caoga no caogad .i. deich ┐ da fhichiod, O'Cl. Folld. by g p.: dobert coícait mbratt ṅgorm, Fraech 17 . esnad in choīcat láech, Fing. R. 548 . secht cōicait n-epscop n-ūag, ACL iii 303 § 7 . seacht gcaogada cath, DDána 55.19 . Folld. by DI: ort in cóecait . . . do sacarddaib, SR 7121 . in .l. ele . . . dibh, Stair Erc. 2350 . Later with n s.: caoga cú croibhdhearg, Duan. F. ii 138.51 (see Gloss.). Absolutely: secht caecat (sic) la hollamain, Laws i 44.21 Comm. i forciund indcáocaid (sic) medonaich (of psalms), Mon. Tall. 138.9 . dandaich cach caocad hi cethair, 139.10 . im an caecaid, Laws ii 276.16 Comm. Crīst co caoctaibh, ZCP xii 391.1 . taoiseach caogaid, Keat. ii 5167 .

Frequ. in phrase trí coícait: tuc tri coicdu rigan, LL 13366 . frisna trī cōectu macc, TBC-I¹ 495 . fil trí coícta inse cían, Imr. Brain 25 ( Imr. Brain § 25 ). dodeochaid trī cōicdaib ōclach, ZCP viii 309.30 . ro-fhoirb na tri cóicait, PH 1411 . Of the psalms: na tri coicat do chetul, Ériu xix 64 § 26 . is ē dorōne na trī cōeca[i]t do molad Crīst (of David), ZCP xiii 175.y . rogab na tri coecta, Ériu ii 222.30 . In compd. numerals: cóic ar thrib cóectaib, Fél. Aug. 7 . cóeca ar cét martir, Fél. Jan. 30 . sé mhíle cneadh ar chaogaid, Aithd. D. 78.26 . IGT Decl. ex. 297 . Note also: in cethramad rand caecat, Laws v 38.8 Comm.

con-tuili

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Forms: contuilim, -chotlu, -chatlaim, contuili, contuli, contule, -cotli, -chotlai, contuiled, contulmis, cotail, contuilem, contulet, contuilet, contolat, coro chotlur, contola, chodala, contolat, -cotolad, comtalat, contulind, -codlaind, -cotalta, nocotailtea, -cotlad, -comtholad, chomthuiled, contuiliub, contolusa, contuilius, -c[h]otlus, -chotlais, contuil, -chatail, -chotail, -chomtholadh, -collad, contolsat, contuilsit, -chotlaiset, comthuilset, -comtalsatar, conatail, conidtuil, conattail, conattuil, conatail, conatuil, con-atail, cotail, rochotail, cotlaid, catlaid, cotlud

v (* com-tuil-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 655 ). Ind. pres. 1 s. contuilim, Anecd. ii 23 § 4 . -chotlu, LL 34527 . -chatlaim, 28735 . 3 s. contuili, Anecd. i 23.2 . Auraic. 5121 . contuli, LU 10754 . Ériu vii 142.27 . contule, LU 4464 . -cotli, ZCP xi 93 § 22 . -chotlai, BDD² 895 . Impf. 3 s. contuiled, Metr. Dinds. ii 10.21 . LU 10638 . 1 p. contulmis, TBC-LL² 3074 . Ipv. 2 s. cotail, LU 4463. 6309 (TBC). Fél. 12.18 . ZCP vi 272 § 11 . 1 p. contuilem, Alex. 885 . 3 p. contulet, LU 1828 . contuilet, LB 10b16 . contolat, Hib. Min. 71.18 ( Fing. R. 903 ). Subj. 1 s. coro chotlur, LU 8457 (FB). 3 s. contola, RC xvii 189.2 (Tig.) -comthala, LU 5649 (TBC). ? codla, Ériu xiii 27.22 . chodala, Mon. Tall. 161.27 . 3 p. contolat, RC viii 152.17 . -cotolad, TBC-I¹ 993 ( contolat, LU 5469 ). comtalat, Fraech 370 . Impf. 1 s. contulind, LL 12620 . -codlaind, TBC-I¹ 2507 . 2 s. ? -cotalta, ZCP iii 29.36 . nocotailtea, Ériu xvi 36.29 . 3 s. -cotlad, LU 1368 = LL 36425 . -comtholad, ZCP iii 5.10 = chomthuiled, Rawl. 131a13 . fut. 1 s. contuiliub, LL 13486 . Pret. and perf. 1 s. contolusa, Ériu v 36.1 . contuilius, ZCP vii 307.3 . -c[h]otlus, Sc.M² 16 . 2 s. -chotlais, Lat. Lives 79.11 . 3 s. contuil, LU 9982 . Thes. ii 327.2 (Hy. v). Ériu xvi 38 § 6 . LL 15916 . Anecd. iii 58.12 . -chatail, Metr. Dinds. iii 258.43 . -chotail, CRR 1 . Cf. contuiless (: bress), Metr. Dinds. iv 314.20 . Pass. -chomtholadh, Ériu v 36.2 . -collad, iv 130.19 . 3 p. contolsat, ZCP iii 41 § 3 . contuilsit, Ériu xvi 37 § 4 . -chotlaiset, ZCP iii 5.5 = comthuilset, Rawl. 131a9 . -comtalsatar, RC ix 486.13 . With -ad- (later ro): 3 s. conatail, Wb. 29d15 . Ériu ii 222.26 . conidtuil (conatil, v.l.), Mon. Tall. 155.10 . conattail, SR 7613 . Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 20.13 . Fing. R. 408 . conattuil, SG 321.8 . conatail, Trip.² 2055 . Blathm. 225 . conatuil, Fél. Aug. 7 . con-atail, Sc.M² 23 . ro cotail , Trip.² 2647 . rochotail, BColm. 104.11 . Later cotlaid, catlaid (cf. collait (3 p. pres. indic), PH 7459 ), with ē-fut. IGT Verbs § 48 . Vn. cotlud.

Sleeps, falls asleep : maconatil biucc `if it has slept a little' gl. spiritum, Wb. 29d15 . feib conattail (concatail, v.l.) M., ZCP iii 7.1 . ? roṅgab gilla . . . / catlas i Caisiul chabsaid, Rawl. 163b14 . is de contuil mac D. died, LL 23814 . innid acum contuili, Auraic. 5121 . iar celebradh íermérgi contuil in clérech `fell asleep', Ériu ii 204.5 . innus co coiteōlad aés gonta, Fianaig. 58.15 . ní chod(h)lann, Duan. F. i 84.x . do chadail ar bhfear faire, DDána 21A.1 . ni choidél-sa ┐ ni caithiub biadh, RC xxvii 284 § 39 . caidélaidh isin chronn thsiúil, IGT Verbs ex. 427 . ? esnad suiti midcuarta / fris-colluit fiana frasa, ZCP xiii 276.9 . conatail fria firbruinniu `slept on his very bosom', Blathm. 225 . nochatlad B. fri E. (of sexual intercourse), RC xiii 10.19 . cia contola fri rīgaib, xvii 189.2 (Tig.). ó chonattail fritt . . . / B. `has slept on thee' (of a stone), Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 20.13 . conatail B. frisin praicept slept during the sermon, Trip.² 2055 .

With obj. conatail denos, Blathm. 158 . co comtalsatar mesci tri laa ┐ téora aidchi `they slept an intoxication', RC ix 486.13 . cotailsiu . . . do thromthortim cotulta, LU 6309 (TBC). sámh do coideolaind mo cuairt `sweetly would I sleep on my visit', O'Gr. Cat. 338.6 . nī rochotail a becc, TBC-I¹ 2513 . ? ní collad bág i suidiu, LL 333a60 . In figura etymologica: contuil cotlud cimmeda, Thes. ii 327.2 (Hy. v). noco chatlaim catlad sáim, LL 28735 . conattuil T. tromchodlad, SG 321.8 . cona tvilset in Gréic . . . a slanchotlud, TTr.² 1221 .

dúchann

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n chant, song, melody: duchonn .i. loinniucc nó ceól, O'Dav. 606 . esnad .i. ní nath acht is duchand, Corm. Y 562 ; O'Mulc. 431 . asbert epscop E. in duchandsa dia formolad na Colman, BColm. 32 . a hesnada, a duchne, Ériu iv 163 . do gabhadh duana ┐ duthchonna, ITS v 108 . do ghabhadar duanta ┐ dubhchanna a sean ┐ a sinnsear, Maguires of F. § 86 . oc creicc duan ┐ duchand ┐ drécht, Acall. 4665 v.l. dord duchand, RC xv 433 ( Dinds. 42 ) = dord duchunn, BB 372b44 . d.¤ duchenn, Lec. 470b13 . do ghabhail a nduan ┐ a ndubhchonn, CF 76 . As quasi-vn. singing, chanting: na hingena nobítís ic amrán ┐ ic duchund, TTr.² 1086 , cf. LL 405a18 . is [in]gen Iepte ceta-tosceoil ingena oc duchann la Ebru o dindgnu do dingna, O'Mulc. 213 . Cf. murdúchu.

2 esna

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x see 1 esnad .

? 3 esnach

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n esnach énán ` chorus of the little birds' Imr. Brain 20 ; reading doubtful, cf. 1 esnad .

1 esnad

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Forms: esnada

n f. (see K. Meyer, Wortk. 230 ) a musical sound, a roaring or droning, used of the moaning or roaring of wind, the singing of certain birds, and a certain kind of human singing (humming ?): esnad .i. abhran, O'Dav. 777 (citing Fél. Ep. 157 , see below). easnadh, .i. ceol; e.¤ .i. amhrán no binneas; e.¤ na gaoithe .i. osnadh na gáoithe, O'Cl. esnad .i. ni nath acht is duchann, O'Mulc. 431 . Corm. Y 562 . esna .i. fogar vel ceol, O'Curry 2016 (< H 4.22, 36a ). esnadh gaithe rodo seite, Snedg. u. Mac R § 22 = YBL 12b6 . esnad na gáithe gairge, Metr. Dinds. iii 212.45 . atchualasa and dana esnad gaithi aduairi, LL 235b 20 = ( TTr. 1382 ). isí esnad gaithi..., 236a5 = TTr. 1411 . esnad na cóic n-ess, Metr. Dinds. i 42.57 . fogur gáeithe... amal esnad mbrátha `blast of Doom' TTr.² 852 . essnad ealao, alaind ceoul, K. and H. 29 . esnad daim, LL 298a31 = SG 366.27 . gair bind banchuire. esnadh cubaidh, Snedg. u. Mac R § 41 = YBL 13a17 . ba hesnad ainm in chiuil dignitis na fianæ um an bfulacht fiansæ, Corm. Y 562 . cach óen dia mba esnad | a sóerchetul mbúansa, Fél. Ep. 157 (with gl.: [.i. adban] .i. canfas co binn, O'Dav. 777 ). esnad (essnad YBL) in choicat láech...do airfitiud in tan batis mesca na dáma. esnad dano in choicat ingen...ina lennaib corcraib...┐ a n-esnad [a sianan ┐ a n-andord ┐ a n-esnam v.l.] oc airfitiud in tṡlúaig. esnad in choecat chruitte ac talgud in tslúaig do chiul, RC xxv 30 § 15 - § 17 . pl. esnada Tigi Buchat `The Songs of Buchet's House' 32.5 ( esnad , esnamh v.l.). essnad th. Buiched, YBL 113a46 . tromm essnadha Assail `the groans of A.' AFM an. 884 (see Wortk. 230 ). Cf. 3 esnach.

? 2 esnad

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Forms: easnadh

n easnadh time, weather P. O'C. ; this may be based on: naoi ccéd bliadain buan n-esnadh ` harmony ' AFM ii 652.8 .

esnam

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Forms: easnamh, easnadh

n (ess + sním, Ériu xxvii 128-29 ) easnamh (o, m.) IGT, Decl. § 28 . want, lack : cen tórmach ar dáig saidbri cen easnam ar daidbri 'without increase for wealth nor decrease for poverty', Leb. Cert.² 1472 . Cf. 1 esnad . See also Dinneen s.v. easnamh ; easnadh 'want, defect' P. O'C.

samga

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(ghostword): esnad gaithe rodo seite | samgha gradhuill, Snedg. u. Mac R 10 § 22 . Leg. samtha ZCP vi 235 , see sámud.

srathar

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n [ā, f.?] (Lat. stratura) pack-saddle: s.¤, ar sreith na n-esnad bīt (bís, v.l.), Corm. Y 1177 . s.¤ gl. sagena, Ir. Gl. 262 (see notes). rot giuil ind sh.¤ dodcaid `the pack-saddle of ill-luck has stuck to thee', Thes. ii 290.14 ( Sg. 229 ). gerrán . . . ┐ sens.¤ fair, Imr. Brain 68.1 . dont sh.¤ , 68.22 . capull cengalta oci co srathair fair, LU 2938 . is srathor for serrach (of an impossible undertaking), MacCongl. 125.19 . a srian, no a hadastur, no a s.¤ , O'D. 1565 ( H 5.15, 3b ). ogam tirda. aicme bethi . . . biail, loman, fidba, strathar, nasc, Auraic. 5725 , Phil. Soc. Trans. xci (1993) 155, 160 . s.¤ ar na mucaib, Laws iv 86.1 Comm . (`a trapping put on pigs to prevent them from straying', Plummer MS. notes). sratra ar na mucaib, O'D. 1558 ( H 5.15, 2a ). ná bí gan gad úr ad shrathair, PCT 609 . do scéanadar capaill . . . ionnus nár fhágbhádar s.¤ gan stolladh, O'Rah. lii (290.18) .

súantraige

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n (súan) sleep-inducing strain of music , one of the three types of music attributed to harps in mythical tales. See Manners and Customs iii 214 , 599 , V. SS. Hib. clxxiii n . , TBFr. 108 - 21 (Thurn. Heldensage 288 ). adhbhann tríreach . . . .i. geanntraighe, golltraighi, súantraighe, O'Cl. Craiptine do sheinm suantraige . . . co comtholadh a mmathair-si C. was to play a s.¤ so that her mother should sleep, ZCP iii 5.10 . súantride ┐ gentride ┐ goltride, TBFr. 119 . sephaind iarum an t-oglaech suantraige dona sluagaib, RC xii 80 § 73 . sepainn side a trédhi fora nemithir cruitiri doib .i. súantraigi ┐ genntraigi ┐ golltraigi . . . co tuilset an tsluaigh, 108 § 164 (cf. Triads 122 ). rosephaind dóib dano suantraige condacorastar i súan on tráth co araile, RC xiii 438 § 8 . cruit cen gles dona tri glesaib do fognaidis do Chraiftine chruitiri .i. suantraigi ┐ golltraigi ┐ gentraigi, xx 429 . esnad in .l. cruitti fo suantraige 'coa talgud, xxv 36 § 17 .

As name of a mythical harper: Goltraigi ┐ Gentraide ┐ Suantraide (named from the strains played on the Uaithne, the Dagda's harp, while they were being born), TBFr. p. 17 § 10 (YBL) = ZCP iv 36 § 10 (Eg.) = Goltraiges ┐ Gentraiges ┐ Súantraiges, TBFr. 110 (LL).