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franc, frangc

Cite this: eDIL s.v. franc, frangc or dil.ie/24241

 

Forms: Fraincc, Frainc, Affrainc, francamhus, f., -uis

n o, m. In the exx. earlier than the 12th cent. it seems a book-word, from Beda, Isidore etc. a Frank, later a Frenchman: Francus o tát Frainc, LL 142b27 (Dublitir ua Huathgaile) = Rawl. 77a4 . ni Fraṅc forbbaig act is Conall Grant, LL 183b52 . pl. Fraincc Patraic `P.'s Franks' Trip. 104.31 ( Francc , 1183 ). Frainc, Auraic. 224 = Affrainc, 2540 (YBL). Fraingc (i.e. the Normans) AU 1072 ( ii 24 ). flaithius Franc, Anecd. iii 66 (< Beda). [Lothar] for Franccaib `L. reigning over the Franks' SR 2371 . do Frangcaib a chenél, Lat. Lives 87 (of St. Martin, the Lat. has [S]abariae Pannoniae oppido oriundus fuit parentibus non infimis). fri Frangcaib ┐ fri Lochlannaib tarrustaír i farrad Césair, CCath. 1307 . a Ffrangcaibh in France Duan. F. i 5.2 = ii 344 . ba do [F]raṅccaib ... Conces `C. was of the Franks' (i.e. Patrick's mother) Hy ii Comm. ( Thes. ii 309.19 ). For further exx. see Onom.

Compds. ¤amus : cia airm itát fraṅcamais mo thige ? ar Conchobar, RC xiv 426 ( LL 111a36 ) ; `strong soldiers' Stokes, suggesting derivation either from O.W. franc mod. ffranc `a youth' or from O.N. frakkr `fortis' ; Plummer suggests A.S. franca `spear' ; the meaning may be `Frankish' or `foreign,' hence foreign mercenaries . francamhus `a Gaulish mercenary ', Meyer, Misc. Hag. Hib. § 21 . f.¤ [leg. -uis] Medbha, Celt. Rev. iii 130 .

¤bérla the French language: frangcbérla, Maund. 124 . fraingcbhéurla `the French tongue' RSClára 35a .

¤luch a rat (= luch francach) : na franclochaidh ga folach | a n-ardchlochaibh, IGT, Decl. ex. 714 . See also Frainc, Fraingc.

léignid

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n i, m. (léigenn) learned man, scholar : clēthe Laigen lēgnide, / suī slān chief among the learned men of the Laigin, Bruchst. 106 § 2 (of Cobthach abbot of Cill Dara d. 870, called sapiens ┐ doctor, LB 101b63 ). lēgnidhe na mBretan, Corm. Y 211. ? sruth do aill . . . baidhidh droch-leighniudha fortabhraidsi co n-ailchib testemna ┐ cedfaidhi, Laws iv 356.13 . aes óg, sacairt, leignidi, SR 4390 . do menmannaib inna legnidhi, Hib. Min. 1.3 . adcós úaim dhuib, a legnicch (? leg. -nidi), nach fo lim saotar an tslecda so do graiffnedh orum, CS 8.y . do réir in légnid légas, Metr. Dinds. iv 246.4 . ba hollom berla Féne, / ba leigind leire mebra, 344.84 . leignidh ┐ fellsamh roglic, BB 488b15 . morleighnidh primhcoitcheann amail Origin, Lism. L. 3322 . ben bui ina legnidh i lLadin ┐ i mBerla ┐ i nGoidhilc, AU iii 348.9 . léighnidh dhúinne do dheimhnigh / Hibernus ainm an gheimhridh, Content. iv 14. ? tri chaegait Rom, tri chaegit Francc, | cae(g)a (d)o Breatnaib fo tri, | tri caegait do Lugair legnaidi, CGSH § 737.3 .

Róm

Cite this: eDIL s.v. Róm or dil.ie/35514
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Forms: Róim, Róm, Rómae, Róim, Romh, Rómh, -a, Róim

pn ā, f., later Róim (Lat. Roma) (a) the city of Rome: n s. ind Róm , Sg. 174a1 . g s. inna Rómae , ib. d s. hi Róim , 148a6 . ropad tánaissi Romae Letha . . . mo chathair-si a second Rome of Latium , Trip. 146.25 (g s.). indara cathair re n-abar in Rōmh, ZCP xiii 182.37 . do ghabāil na Rōma, ib. 36 . co Roim, PH 284 . orrig na Roma, 289 . in Roim, CCath. 405 (n s.). cumdach na Rómha, 149 . v s. a Romh , 1495 . Rómh f. (g s. -a, no pl.), IGT Dec. § 149.8 . Róim f. (g s. -e, no pl.), § 42.11 .

(b) a Roman : tri chaegait Rom, tri chaegit Francc , CGSH § 737.3 .