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1 díamair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 díamair or dil.ie/15931
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Forms: diamra, diamaire, diamraib, deamrem, diamair, díamhair

adj i pl. diamra, later also diamaire.

I Hidden, secluded, remote, lonely; hence mysterious, curious, recondite; mystic: huan glas diamir, Sg. 183b2 . diamraib gl. clandestinis, Ml. 80b8 . domber i mmaigin diamuir, ZCP iv 40 (TBFr.). bothnait diamair i ngeisind Dia, KMMisc. 210 . a tech ṅdiamair ṅderrait, Acall. 2904 . bá-sa . . . i n-allaib díamraib m'óenur, Imr. Brain ii 290 . inada diamra untraversed places (where missing objects would be unlikely to be found), Laws v 326.z . a doiribh diamaire, Acall. 732 . i gcoilltibh daingne diamhaire, Keat. iii 5098 . oiléan diamhair, TD 20.69 . do tharla gleann diamhar dóibh, Oss. vi 166 . a háitibh deamhuire do-eolais, PCT 718 . topur diamair a mysterious well, Metr. Dinds. iii 28 . issind aidchi—diamair dál— | da iarraid a hoenuran, LL 145a35 . co roatái tenid ndiamair `a mystic fire', Metr. Dinds. ii 42 . Dia diamair nach dorcha, ACL iii 221 . sgéala diamhra Ghuirt Ghaoidheal `curious stories', TD 3.122 . tarfás dhoibh diamhuir an fios | a mbeith gan cheill . . . it was revealed to them—mysterious tidings—that they . . . would be senseless, ZCP ii 361 ( DDána 75.22 ). do budh dorcha diamhar doiléir dlighe na nadúra i gcroidhthibh na ndaoineadh, Eochairsg. 119 . mo rádh díamhair, Psalms xlix 4 . beannacht diamhair 'heartfelt blessing' Celtica iv 118 § 21 . d.¤ ar hidden from, obscure to: diamair ar cach slúag sona | senchas maige Mucroma hidden from every host, Metr. Dinds. iii 382 . is tearc neach ar nach diamhair, Keat. iii 434 . diamair ar senchaidi sund | na trí meic do bhi ag C., Acall. 534 (= SG 105.y rendered `on this point of the three sons of C. our antiquaries are obscure'). ní raibh éinní díamhair air an Rígh, 1 Kings x 3 . Superl. deamrem gl. latebrosissima, ZCP vii 481 ( Enchir. Aug. 73b ).

Of persons secretive (?): macc Domnaill diamair, Rawl. 164a39 = diamra, Arch. Hib. ii 85 ( LL 185a35 ). mor fer ro bói com iarraid | eter chlitar is diamair, LU 3938 ( SCC 44 ) (both famous and obscure (men)?). Compar. nir indis . . . scél budh inganta ┐ budh diamra ina sin more wonderful and more curious, Acall. 5590 = SG 209 .

Adv. rucsat co diamair dia ndín | immad fiadaig, Metr. Dinds. iii 246 . go raibh Críost . . . go diamhair doḟaicsiona i lámhaibh na sagart i sacraimint na haltóra, Eochairsg. 73 . a bhfeitheamh go díamhair amhuil leomhan ina ḟuathais, Psalms x 9 .

Compds. ¤chíall mystic sense: ar dhiamhairchéill chuladh an Aifrinn, Eochairsg. 35 . ¤chiallach mystic: Corp fáthrúnda diamhairchiallach Chríost, 73.11 . ¤choill dark wood , Fl. Earls 132.9 . ¤dán occult art: in cech diamar-dhán draoidechta, Leb. Gab.(i) 142 . ¤naemthacht: ag diamair-naomthacht chomhrāidh re aroile, Fl. Earls 226.30 . ¤rún deep mystery: of the Incarnation , Ó Héodhusa 52 .

II As subst. i. In later lang. sometimes k, cf. díamra. díamhair f., IGT Decl. § 37 .

(a) hidden thing, secret, mystery: hitiamraib (= hit d.¤) siu, a Dǽ, ref. to de absconditis tuis, Ml. 40a9 . la diamair a inchlidi som (sic leg.) gl. apud arcanum virtutis suae, 53a5 . a dúile ndemrib 'out of the mysteries of the elements' Ériu xxxii 62.2 . do dhiamraibh ┐ do dhoilgib na scriptuire, LB 127aw . dérca ┐ diamra ┐ deriti Crist, Todd Lect. vi 47 . a ndiamhair na diadachta, ACL iii 245 . cor fhoillsigh Dia diamhair a seicreide fen . . . do C., BCC § 265 . diamhair mo sgéoil ní sgaoileabh, TD 39.44 . do ṡir diamhair néal nimhe | ar séan d'iarraidh fáisdine, DDána 75.20 ( ZCP ii 360 ). a diamhair do bhean don bhochta revealed (of St. Augustine), DDána 59.6 . Hence wonder: ni mair Sescend ba do diamraib fear nUlad, Lec. 279a35 (text doubtful, see ZCP xiv 48 ). na diamrai (sic MS.) crabaid dogéntar uait ` miracles ', SG 41.31 ; cf. aíbniusa ┐ díamairi, LU 4037 ( SCC 49 ).

(b) lonely or remote place; unvisited place, solitude: inna diamri gl. claustra, Ml. 92d5 . rí . . . rothro[i]sc cethrachait lá ┐ aidche . . . i ndiamraib dorchaib dithruib, SR 7576 . ri rosaer Hele ┐ Enoc | . . . | i ndiamraib blathib Parduis, 7364 . is ina chorp chollaigi rucad i nnach ndíamair ndíada, Ériu iv 160 . imthéigmís . . . cach fásach cach dorcha ┐ cach diamair, TBC-LL¹ 3531 . i ndiamraib Slēbe Cuillind, TBC-I¹ 884 . ro shir diamra in tshlebi don tarb, PH 7182 . os diamair mara, LL 142a7 . fo diamair in fheda , SG 55.24 . Marco P. 49 . i réim gacha conaire ┐ gacha diamrach, SG 292.36 . i ndiamhair na coille, Keat. ii 5267 . d'a dhíbirt . . . i ndiamhraibh ┐ i ndroich-bheilghibh amhail ceithearnach coille, Eochairsg. 17 . Metaph. depth, recondity: gach diamhair dá ḟréimh roimhe | iarraidh san réim ríoghroidhe, TD 32.69 . dom dhíon ar dhiamhraibh th'eagna, Content. viii 10 .

(c) hiding, shelter, concealment, obscurity, loneliness: fo diamair a díllaite, Metr. Dinds. iii 60 . tug corn a clithardíamuir a édaig, Fianaig. 58.18 . bátar fo díamair dulig | ic fiannaib ic fomuirib they (the roads) were in troublesome obscurity on account of bands and brigands, 280 . badair oslaicte sidha Erenn im Samain do gres, air ni feta diamair dia Samna for sidaib for they could not be concealed, RC v 202 § 21 . atconnuic na hocht n-éicne . . . ann, ór do bí do dhiamhair an inuid nár' ecal leosum ní ann, Acall. 2332 . ni beiti a māthair Dē a ndiamair | gibé atāthair d'iarraidh ort, YBL 373a21 ( DDána 94.7 ).

glúair

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adj i. (variant of 1 glór) clear, bright, pure, brilliant : gluair .i. glan, O'Cl. mo chorpan glan glúair, LU 9925 ( PRIA iii 536 § 24 ). in gái gluair gerthind, SR 6076 . fri muir morgluair, 4074 . tossach gemrid gluair, SCC 30 . Cf. immís cétamuin glúair, LL 167b44 . isind Affraic ard-gluair, 136a9 . cailig fheda man fid ṅgluair, 297b45 . a siur na grēine gluaire, LB 274b4 . tír na ngort nglūair, ZCP viii 228 § 13 . in gabul gluair, TBC-LL¹ 784 . tuaga ... géra gluair (leg. gluaire ?) glainidi, Cog. 162.9 . Of complexion or colour (?) : don allmarach glic gluair fair-skinned (?), ZCP x 34.15 . Cf. Mess Gegra din gabuir glūair, viii 119 § 38 . Of sound : canait ceol ṅgluair, SR 599 . ceoil gluara, 483 ; guth gluair áib uma `clear and sweet as copper's resonance,' SG 241.17 . sceinnid demun re guth nglūair (i.e. of a bell), ACL iii 233 § 4 . na heist-siu risna stoccaib tendgluaire, TTebe 1331 . Of the winds : fri gaoith ngluair, TFrag. 124.20 = AFM i 478.6 . gætha garbgluairi (v.l. garbha glordha), TTebe 3079 . Of persons : i n-diaid Medba mórglúare, TBC-LL¹ 3998 . Gormgal gluair grinn, Rawl. 153a34 . di chumaid Gaind gécaig glúair `radiant G ...,' Metr. Dinds. iii 114.47 . a Christ grind glúair, RC xiii 100.3 . ō fēin glūair d'ibh Caisil, ZCP viii 222 § 4 . Gaídil glūair, Albanuigh aín, x 54.3 . do glé-medón Gáedel nglúar (: Cúan), Metr. Dinds. iv 262.46 . in gaduidhe glúair (of the penitent thief), ZCP x 52.31 . Of abstractions : glōir a gloria .i. glūair ar mēt na glōre, Corm. Y 670 . iar mbethaid gluair glasglain, ZCP vi 265 § 20 . re gail ngluair ngil, viii 106 § 6 . co lín a nglond nglé-mer nglúair, Metr. Dinds. iv 260.26 . tuatha abacc usci uair | gluair conanat i cach dail, Bruchst. § 152 (= in gach O'Mulc. 3 ). As a noun : ? dia do glúair do gamanraid, ZCP viii 321.2 . gluair ṅgle (chev.), SR 203 . ? isin daingen co nglúair graigech `full of horses, clamorous,' Metr. Dinds. iv 106.57 . n. l. co Gluair Fer Muighi Fene, RC xliii 70 § 69.

Compd. ¤cert : in glór glúair-chert `the sure-clear name,' Metr. Dinds. iii 366.6 .

snám

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Forms: Snam-dá-én

u m. vn. of snáïd. IGT Decl. § 38 (87.13) , § 95 (127.18) . Verbs § 42 .

(a) act of swimming, floating : marcuighecht . . . ┐ snamh (to be taught to foster-children), Laws ii 154.7 Comm . gabhol mara . . . na fetar cen luing no cen snam, iii 318.5 Comm . dul tar abind na be snam doib not deep enough to necessitate swimming (?) (see Comm.), iv 126.7 (of cattle). tar nai tondaib . . . ┐ is snam, v 298.24 Comm . mad for snam dobera, 26 . mas a dualghus a snamu tainic ass `by means of his swimming', 206.24 Comm . cid fodera long do ṡ.¤ for in mag, Fél.² xxxii 15 . co rabatar lestra ┐ fóintreb in tige for s.¤ , Trip.² 114 . dollotár ind eóin ónd insi for s.¤ , LU 1691 . go mbeith an biadh ar snámh sa ghaili, Reg. San. col. v (19.10) . co n-accamar do sh.¤ , TBFr. 199 . eter ṡnamh ┐ dibrugad, LL 399b1 . buaid snáma, TBC-LL¹ 661 . s.¤ Í Néill . . . nocha borb | bolg geal ní léir ar a lurg, IGT Verbs ex. 377 . ar rathannaibh, ┐ ar snámh, AFM ii 1060.10 . ag foghlaim snamha, v 1684.12 . ba hēiccen dōip gan a snámh do dhermat `to resort to swimming', Fl. Earls 76.13 . With do-gní: doronadur s.¤ , Acall. 7228 . co n-denainn snamh, CF 961 . With following gen.: snámh sreabh, IGT Decl. ex. 1111 . ag snámh na tuinne, L. Cl. A. B. 12.13 . lachain . . . ag s.¤ oighridh uaine `paddling about upon', O'Gr. Cat. 487.10 = DDána 98.2 . Attrib. gen.: cnaim inn iaich snamha dia marbad, RC xviii 382.20 . mac snáma (lit. son of swimming) a fish : mairg troich tar rōï rēna | atchí mēna mac snāma, Corm. Y 948 .

(b) Extended applications: imtairecc lin uadaib . . . ar cend in tsnamha that which swims, fish, O'Curry 791 ( H 3.18, 369a ). téultó, mágra, snámh, gluasacht creeping, Eg. Gl. 571 . cia an sluaghso ag snámh a-noir `slow-marching', Aithd. D. 27.9 . faolchoin is méirligh ag snámh led chneas encroaching on you, Hackett xv 8 . Of the floating of banners: ri s.¤ . . . na n-onchon, LL 239a33 ( TTr. 1662 ). Of the hovering of birds: snamh seabhaic (name of a metre), IT iii 12.9 . Cf. snamh suadh, 99 § 167 . Prov.: is s.¤ i tuinn rothuile | ríge neich ocá námait, SG 362.z ( LL 296b9 ). ba snam in nagaid srotha, Cog. 162.21 . snámh a n-agaidh Essa Ruaid | tachar sil Conuill as useless as swimming against Assaroe, Irish Texts ii 7 § 12 . See Ir. Proverbs 370 . Fig. dorála i cind a snámha she has come to the end of her career, Acall. 45 = SG 95.10 . do bhí [an creidemh] ag snámh fedh na cruinne spreading, Mac Aingil 511.10 .

In nn. loc. see Hog. Onom. Cf. Snam-dá-én = vadum- duorum-avium, Lat. Lives 23.6 .

Compds. ¤ascnam proceeding by swimming : búi in fer sin ic snamascnam na tonn, CCath. 2103 . Of marching over a plain: ic snamasccnam darsin mag, 4944 . ¤char, ¤chain buoyant (in kennings for ebad, the letter ea in Ogam): snamchain fheda .i. ebad les-sium sin, ar snamchain fid, Auraic. 5597 . snāmchar fer .i. crithach, Anecd. iii 44.2 . ¤chnaí: bídh a n-úrlabhra mar aillsi ag snámhchnaoi, Desid. 4849 (`slowly eating away', Gloss.). an bás . . . agá snámh-chnaoi, TSh. 111 . ¤dírech straight-swimming: ag diúbhragadh na m-bradán . . . snámh-dhírioch, ML 46.4 . ¤rám voyaging : ro gabsat ic snamhram in mara, CCath. 3368 . ¤thuitim act of streaming down : frasa . . . fola ag snighe ┐ ag snámh-thuitim ré sleasaibh . . . a gcneas, TSh. 2266 .

1 té, te

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 té, te or dil.ie/40249
Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: te, tee, -thétib, teó

adj nt te, Thes. ii 339.37 . tee, 231.23 (see ZCP x 327 , xi 13 ). Final vowel originally long: tē: nglē, Metr. Dinds. ii 26.3 . thé: mhé, O'Hara 148 § 13 . See Ériu liii 137. té: mé, Dán Dé ii 3 . d p. -thétib, Fél. Prol. 40 . teeib, IT ii.2 75.2 . ? pl. also teó: co cāirib teō, MacCongl. 127.16 . iona caorthaibh teó, ZCP v 205.24 (Midn. Court, see Gloss.).

warm, hot.

(a) cen tech t.¤ , SR 1555 . ro loiscthea ... | for lúachthétib lannaib ` on white-hot gridirons,' Fél. Prol. 40 . is roúar is roth.¤ (of Hell), LU 2453 . iomrámh teíth tréan tapaidh, CF Eg. 12 . lá t.¤ , ACL iii 310 vii § 1 . suil bhías an ghrían t.¤ , 1 Sam. xi 9.

(b) Of liquids: feruor .i. lind tee, Thes. ii 231.23 . in tan do-s-biad si t.¤ (of a pool of blood), PH 382 . na gcorm dt.¤ `hot ales,' TD 29.34 . lemlacht .i. lacht tēith .i. lem cach tēith, Corm. Y 802.

(c) Of places warm, comfortable, sheltered: im threbthus t.¤ , Metr. Dinds. ii 26.3 . san tulaig th.¤ , iii 58.55 . it tír th.¤ , 180.163 . ria cath Maige Tuired t.¤ , iv 182 Lusmag 3 (many examples in Met. Dinds. ascribed by Ed. to *the yonder , q.v. in Gloss.). san pharthas t.¤ thalmhoidhe, TD 13.7 . Éire na gcuan gciomhaiste, DDána 107.2 . ós an tráigh th.¤ ` fruitful ' (Gloss.), 66.4 . a crich Muman na mur t.¤ , ZCP ii 346.33 . magh Uisnigh abhainnte ` soft-watered ,' Aithd. D. 16.45 .

(d) Of persons: don drong ... shuilbhirthe, TD 42.4 . an treabh th.¤ `the spirited tribe,' Keat. iii 2017 . dhá ghnúis shuaithnidh shoiléirthe, Studies 1921, 419 § 16 .

(e) Of feelings, emotions etc. warm, fervent: fuar ... a daltacht t.¤ | dArt Chliach, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts 29 § 5 . an pháirt 'n-a pháirt t.¤ , DDána 90.24 . an tan bhíos an croidhe t.¤ ó fhiuchadh an uisge se (i.e. tears of repentance), TSh. 8784 . nách fuil tú fuār na té, Rev. iii 15 . Cf. doimhne a chneadh do badh cás t.¤ , Aithd. D. 78.24 . rí na ndúl acht gér thaom té | is dúnn do aomh an ibhe, Dán Dé v 45.

(f) Of fights, weapons fierce, keen: tachar t.¤ , DDána 34.32 . gníomh té ` bold ' (Gloss.), 101.7 . mór ... d'iomghoin t.¤ , Aithd. D. 6.41 . shíl chrannghailte Chuirc ` thirsty-speared ,' TD 23.21 . imirt arm bhfaobhairthe, DDána 67.5 . Mac Duibhe Easa an airm th.¤ `he of the doughty weapon,' Ériu v 64.169 .

Compar. teo(u) : cid as teoo tenid ?, ZCP xiii 270.16 . teou indat morthenti, IT i 190.30 . budh téo fo shecht teine bratha inass, RC xxviii 314.17 . nír theo lá ná Maol Midhe no day's fighting was fiercer than that at M.M., Aithd. D. 40.43 . roi-the agus budh teo ná te, DDána 29.13 . With de: ni ba teoidi he fein di, CF 705 . ce curthir a tinid ni teoaidi riam, YBL 83b11 . cia beitis a teine, ní tédaiti iat hí (? leg. teoaiti), RC xxiv 375.1 . Superl.: na fern urbadb fheda | in crann as teo i ngliaid, SG 245.34 . mar chrécht ttrom as teó dochar, Gleanings from Irish manuscripts 15 § 5 . bolgam do chongbáil isin bhél mar as teo feadfus a fulang as hot as it can be borne, 23 K 42, 387.10 . an tí is teó ghrádhuigheas, TSh. 10331.

Various: co n-érbailt co téitn iar tain `she died afterward an easy death,' Metr. Dinds. iv 228.23 . tola marbeísc tuile th.¤ | fri ré Garreísc, LL 168a14 . slat geilmhidhe o toir nír th.¤ , 394.36 .

Compds. i tresaib tētmartaib (MS tetmartar) 'in battles and furious massacres', BDC 142.616 . ¤riagail: ó chét-blíadain Iúil ros-gab | co tétríagail tres-Leóman `bis zur heissen(?) Regelung,' ZCP x 270.16 .