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accobar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. accobar or dil.ie/165

 

Forms: accobor, accubur, accobur, accobor, accobair, accobra, ocobair, accobraib

n o, n. vn. of ad-cobra (see Lochlann ii 202 ). n s. a n-accobor , Wb. 16c16 . accubur, 33a11 . Ml. 53c16 . accobur, Wb. 30c23 . a d s. accobor, Wb. 4b3 . 13d27 . g s. accobair, Mon. Tall. 152.27 (§ 64) . n p. accobra, Wb. 15d9 . ocobair, ACL iii 3.12 . d p. accobraib, Wb. 13d12 .

(a) desire, wish: gl. voluntas, Wb. 16c16 , Ml. 53c16 . gl. cupido, Sg. 62b4 . voluntate (.i. ó accbor) fallendi , Enchir. Aug. 76b ( ZCP vii 482 ). acobar voluntas, Dúil Laithne 178 ( Goid. 77 ). la accobur na ícci, Trip.² 1515 . cech naccobur adcobrae `every desire which thou desirest', Ériu i 196.2 . derchōiniuth di cech a.¤ atcobra duine, ZCP iii 27.25 . imscarad . . . na-bi ar dignu acht accobra (leg. accobar?, Ed.) saire, ZCP xiv 386 § 51 ( = Laws ii 318.28 ). munip scaradh ar acobar saoiri, Laws ii 210.7 Comm. gabus occobur hē im dola gu Fabur , RC xii 332 § 23 . re ro met a n-itad ┐ a naccobair hunger, Cog. 52.16 . In phrase sét accobair, used in Laws of an object of value: direnar in fuillem seo trian do etuch, trian do setaib accobair, Laws v 418.6 .i. d'or no d'airget no dairte ┐ dartadha, 10 Comm. .ui. setaib accobair i f-fuilliumaib a dire, 382.7 . glossed: setaib is o acobor, 25 Comm. , cf. also 384.23 , 388.19 . do setaib accobair .i. do lulgachaib, O'Curry 2009 (H 4.22 p. 33). it hē sin na sēoit acobair itbeir i Cāin Pātraic., Corm. Y 209 . is a.¤ . . . la wishes, desires: is hed . . . as accobar limm féin, Wb. 23b34 . dun gnim robu accubur lat do forbu, Ml. 50c14 . is acobur leu, 31b6 . bás ┐ aided ┐ airlech is accobor lemsa dóib, TBC-LL¹ 429 . nirbo mór accubar laisim ceth airitiu Maoili díthraib `he had no great desire even to receive M.', Mon. Tall. 135.26 (§ 24) . ni a.¤ lem do theacht I do not want you to go, TBC-I¹ 1147 . ní hed is accobur limm, TBFr. 94 . is accobar lium . . . co ro-indiser . . ., PH 1486 .

(b) covetousness, greed: accobar á túare, Wb. 11b5 . a.¤ , one of the capital sins, ZCP vi 271 § 3 . lán d'alghus ┐ d'accobhar dona sealbhaibh saoghalta, TSh. 10000 . acobhar .i. saint, Metr. Gl. 31 § 61 .

(c) carnal desire, lust: dobtromma a naccobor collnide `carnal desire weighs you down', Wb. 8c8 . accobra colnidi, 20c1 . buith i naccobor colnidiu, 15d13 . cid fogluasa ind doenacht ind a.¤ , Mon. Tall. 152.2 (§ 63) . co n-erbalat . . . a haccobrai (of the body), PH 7112 . álghus ┐ accobhar a intinne, TSh. 7970 . d'accobur fhir d'aentaidh mnā, RC xxxvii 347 § 36 .

díre

Cite this: eDIL s.v. díre or dil.ie/16710

 

Forms: d., d.

io, n. later f. Vn. of do-ren. See Críth G. p. 84 and the detailed treatment Ir. Recht 14 ff . (introd.), 22 ff. (texts).

(a) honour-price: cóic ṡéoit in[n]a díriu di neoch as gress dó dia eneclainn, Críth G. 161 . dire la aithgin, Laws iii 320.20 . iter d.¤ ┐ aithgin, iv 120.21 . asren ar cach naithgin cona diriu amail bid gad rogatad, ii 324.3 . athaigh feadha . . . bo a ndire cach ae . . . ┐ ní thuc a naithgin ar aird, iv 146.25 , 148.8 Comm. is d.¤ ar aithgin, 148.10 . [taman] cra[i]nd dia mbentar a barr . . . Ni dlig [d.¤] acht athgin, O'Mulc. 865 . ni dlegaither doib dire .i. in ti . . . noca dligenn se eneclann .i. noca dliginn dire eneclainni do, i 54.25 Comm. athgabail trise . . . i ndire do treibi, 166.23 . .i. eneclann duit i ngait as do threib, 170.6 . d.¤ gl. eneclann, iv 200 Comm. it cetheora eirca . . . aithgin ┐ dire, tairgille ┐ enecland, i 258.26 . na con dlegar diri na eneclann ina sleith who are estopped from claiming d. or e. for forcible abduction, v 272.2 . cipe imress mela . . . fort ní fhuil díri no eneclann duit-siu ind, TBC-LL¹ 47 . im dire do daise arba .i. it cruaich arba .i. diabladh in arba ┐ eneclann ar treisi, Laws i 170.27 Comm. ór derg d.¤ eneclainne in c[h]einiuil sin uile, LL 312a7 . See also Laws i 54.25 . co na lan diri .i. log nenech aiscthir no icthair, ii 390.4 Comm. The d.¤ was fixed by rank and status of person to whom paid: d.¤ .i. dí aire (no digalre .i. dierrithe do nemtib ar a nuaisligetaid), Corm. p. 15 . a nEirind cia dire as uaisle fil inde? Dire espuic oighe cona lanfoltaib, Laws iv 362.20 Comm. aithech arathreba . . . iiii séoit a d.¤ di[a] aír a tenant resident — four `seds' are his d.¤ for being satirized, Críth G. 135 . secht seoit diri airech desa, Laws v 30.16 . is and roairled d.¤ caich fo miad (of Senchus Már), i 40.13 . ni fuillend diri dar sodain the d.¤ paid (by a tenant) does not mount beyond that (i.e. the honour price of the chief), ii 324.5 . se baa d.¤ in asdarceist six cows are the d.¤ of the exorcist, ZCP ix 171.18 . asren d.¤ a grád dond eclais sāraiget[h]ar (of a man in holy orders who violates his celibacy), Ériu i 218 § 4 .

A proportion of the díre-fine exacted seems to have fallen as `dues' to king or chieftain (or church?): in tan geibius in rig ina mama so, is and doranar d.¤ rig, Laws iv 50.24 . Cf. also iii 458 . Sometimes paid in specific metal: or d.¤ in ciniu[i]l sin, LL 380a43 . airget bruinti d.¤ in ciniuil sin, 45 . findruine d.¤ in cheneóil sin ina n-eneclaind, 312b34 .

(b) penalty, mulct: cach taide cach egean cach foxal . . . cona diri is (to be restored) with its d. fine, Laws ii 388.19 . andsum d.¤ treibdire the d.¤ for (injury to or robbery in) a house is the most difficult (to assess), iii 458.12 . asrenar secht n-unga ina dīri, Cáin Domn. § 27 ( Ériu ii 206 ). a ndire na himirce in payment for the carrying off of the cattle, Anecd. ii 65 . fiarfaigis . . . cia d.¤ doberar inn ainmedh ┐ inn āir cen c[h]inta, ZCP vii 300.20 . conid edh tres d.¤ imramach insin dochuisin la Féni, O'Dav. 1118 . nocha n-eirnither d.¤ ina coluinn, Laws v 236.17 Comm. ness ainm don beim .i. don c[h]rēcht, ut est . . . a dirib cuirp duine rohairdiged (rohordaiged, v.l.) ness, Corm. Y 975 . losa feada . . . cura a ndire cach ae `a sheep is the d.¤ -fine for each', Laws iv 148.2 . dire ndarach, 148.19 Comm. leth diri craeb in cuilind is é lan diri bunbeime in eigind, 148.10 Comm. athaigh feadha . . . bo a ndire cach ae, 146.25 . a chathair do innriud cen d.¤ cen mathigudh nách neich dib sin fris, TTr.² 229 . las dorchair cen diri dib | sechtmoga mili daririb, Lec. 79a3 . trí mná ná dlegat díri, Triads 185 . fa ma dalbach dī nā tobngar dīre n-ainech, ACL iii 294.7 . d.¤ .i. éraic no eneaclann, O'Cl. d.¤ .i. Oearaic, P. O'C. payment: in brethem do mesemnugad in dire is coir in cach duil (of poets), O'Curry 2216 ( Eg. 88, 15 (16)d ). dobert Nuadaid in lam nairgid do na dire in payment for it (i.e. for his services), Lec. 558a21 . Note also: ūair nād bī lāndīre na eclaisi Dé acht dú i mbi oés grāid full fines (?), full dues (?), Ériu i 220 § 16 .

(c) one's due or right (in this sense perhaps felt as an abstract of 1 dír, q.v.): dognid sith eter in uli thuath .i. co n-indised a nd.¤ ┐ a ndliged doib, PH 824 . o thugais tímchiolladh flatha for Eir(r)inn gach aon a gceann a dh.¤ ┐ a dhúthchasa (of a judge), ML 102.14 . dire crabaid Erend Fabur , BB 65b20 . dire ceithirliubair soiscéla ocht mbliadna the time due to them in transcribing them, O'Gr. Cat. 80.11 .

1 grád

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 grád or dil.ie/26459
Last Revised: 2019

 

n (Lat. gradus) o, n. grade, degree, rank, order ; in sg. and pl. eccles. orders : a ngrád as isliu oldate angil, Wb. 4b25 . cid huaisliu grád neich alailiu, Ml. 115d8 . sechib grád i mbether and imp óge fa lánamnas, Wb. 10a18 . intain dorratad grád fort `when orders have been conferred upon thee,' ib. 28d9 . grad nepscuip, 28c8 . archuit ind óissa gráid `as regards those in orders,' 16d7 . re ngrád et iar mbathis `before ordination and after baptism,' ib. 31b4 . ni taibre grád for nech, 29a28 . salm di grad `Gradual,' Thes. ii 252.17 (St. Miss) ; ib. 15 . Gramm. as ṅgrád (gl. positivus gradus), Sg. 139a10 . bid anim (leg. ainm) n-adiecht- for cetal (leg. cétna-) randgabail ┐ condelgdar tresna thri grad `it is compared throughout the three degrees,' Hib. Min. 446 . fer graid sochenelach sobessach `a man of rank of good family and morals,' Thes. ii 307.11 . aés gráid tarmideocatár a n-gráda `ordained folk who have transgressed their orders,' FA 28 . dobeir grád as ardam it gives rank that is highest, Fél. Ep. 207 . ad-mestar díre coir cach grāid do ṡōernemthib ┐ dōernemthib, ZCP xi 95 § 52 . ocht n-eich ... la grádhaibh flatha acus áirdrigh do righ na n-Uaithni `with the office [of chief officer of trust] of a sovereign ...,' Leb. Cert. 70.11 = seacht cuirn dia ndámhaibh d'án díl | beith a ngrádhaibh an áird-righ `to be in office under the monarch,' 78.12 . madh na secht ngraidh flatha `the seven degrees of chieftains,' Laws i 60.17 Comm. ró miodhair Neire nemhedh gach báird fri gradha Féne 'Neire has adjudged the privilege of every bard, as they correspond to the freeman grades', UR 55.1 ​. mat beich aerda a mbun craind graid feine is leth bech don grad fein[e] ┐ leth dfir bunadh 'if it is bees in the air [which settle] in the trunk of a commoner, a half of the bees goes to this person and a half to the original owner', Bechbretha 182 (b)​ . atait secht ngraid la Feine, na con tualuing nachae fiadnaise do denum, v 284.1 . co tibred anoir ┐ cátaig ngradai ... do dia n-adrad na hídlu, PH 6622 . nihed domthabair fo grad, | m'athair ba húa do Abrám, SR 3301 . ro fritháiled in rí ... ar grádaib ┐ dánaib, TBC-LL¹ 997 . rogeall ... co tibred seodu imda ┐ mæni ┐ sirgrada doib, Aen. 2090 . gairmidh chuice Elegto ingen Plutoin ina gradaibh `according to her rank,' ib. 1627 . ecclesiastical orders : docuaid fo gradaib illou fheili Adomnain, AU ii 76.2 (an. 1105) . līn forsrolēg grād co nūibe, ACL iii 303 § 6 . secht cōicait n-epscop ... ūad fo grādaibh, § 7 . cutarda grād fair, Trip. i 196.14 . doraid a oide friss dol fona gradaib coiserca, RC xii 324 § 9 . is aire rogabh Natfraich gradha sacairt, Lat. Lives 78.3 . tet ... iar ngabail grad do gu Fabur , RC xii 324 § 9 . Mairg do-beir guth ar ḟer ngrāid | bīs i n-inad Chrīst comlāin, ACL iii 222.14 . in gradh onni is gradus .i. ceim, Auraic. 3284 . secht ngrād ecalsa, ACL iii 307 § 17 . nī cōir a cleith ar ind āes grāid `it is not right to conceal it from the ordained,' Ériu i 44.19 . coica ar dib cétuib escop ┐ coic cét sacart ┐ teora mile do gradhuib ecailse, ib. ii 100 § 4 . deochain ar grādaib `a deacon in rank,' BColm. 82.15 . mac fir ro tuislithe fo grad `while under Holy Orders,' Laws v 202.7 . in tan tra teit oen ... fo gradaib in choimded, PH 7157 . dul fo grad nep[s]coip, Mon. Tall. § 20 . iar n-indarbad uathi (i.e. from the Church) ... droch-aesa gráid, ib. 4645 . Don tsacramainnt ar a ttugthar ord nó grádha, Ó Héodhusa 218.3 . grádha coisreagtha Holy Orders, Donlevy 328.20 . Used of the orders or ranks of the celestial hierarchy : arnaib grádib nemdib tantum , Wb. 21a13 . cuairt ind richidh co noi ngradaib aingel, Ériu ii 106 § 17 . a Chrīst go n-grādhaib, iii 29 § 1 . nōi ngrādh n-aingel, § 4 . co céolaib aingel ar gradhaib dlightheacha an airdrigh, RC xxiv 369.18 . Drong árchaingel nime | ... la nói ṅgrád ríg rathmair, Fél. Ep. 235 . noi n-uird ┐ noi ngraid for anglib nime, PH 6233 . ro-fhresgab mac Dé for gradu hiruphin, 2280 . order, rank of chivalry ; knighthood : tabur gradha ridirechta damh budesta, ZCP vi 28.4 . dohoirdhnedh ... a ngradhaibh ridirechta `were raised ... to the rank of knighthood,' ib. 8 . anuair fa tainic ais gaisgidh damsa, dogabus gradha gaiscidh ┐ deisi ridiri cugum, RC x 189.y . go ngabhadh grádha ridire gaiscidh `the degree of a knight of chivalry,' Keat. ii 6269 . 'sna grádhaibh gaisce fá héigean do gach aon do ghabháil sul do glacfaidhe i bhFiannaidheacht é, ib. 5187 . An individual member of a grade : ar nísnádi(g) na(ch) grád nech bes ardu 'for no member of a grade gives protection to anyone who is of higher rank', Críth G. 114 , Ériu lxvi 3 . nach grād bes īssle araile 'any member of a grade who is lower in status than another', CIH i 234.21 , Ériu lxvi 3 . Used of the raven’s cry: madh fer graidh is gradh gradh congair 'if it be a man in orders it calls gradh gradh ' Ériu viii 121 .

selbatóir

Cite this: eDIL s.v. selbatóir or dil.ie/37047
Last Revised: 2019

 

n i, m. (selb) an owner, a holder : inní nach sealb doib féin ni sealbadoir duine eile asa nucht, O'D. 1962 ( Eg. 90, fo. 7 ). Critan mac Rete ba sealbathoir (= -atóir or -thóir) do Fabur intan sin . . . ┐ is e dorat d'Feicin he, RC xii 340 § 33 . clochfuithear an damh ┐ cuirfighear fós an sealbhadóir chum báis, Exodus xxi 29 . See selbaigtheóir, selbthóir.