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bíth

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Forms: bith, guin

old vn. of benaid (see GOI § 735 ) act of striking; wounding: is líach a bith, LU 6932 (BDD) ( a orguin, 7008 ). bith .i. guin, Lec. Gl. 53. b.¤ .i. guin, O'Cl. bith hail le ni na hail (etym. gloss on biaill) ` wound ', Laws i 140.1 Comm. bith, guin, Eg. Gl. 708.

Usually fo (later also ar, do, tre) b.¤ , bíthin (later appar. bithin) as preposition and conjunction.

I As prep. because of, on account of, for the sake of, lit. under the stroke of , cf. GOI § 858 : fo b.¤ soíre ceneiuil inna ngrec gl. honoris causa suae gentis, Sg. 40a4 . fo b.¤ gl. pro, 198a20 . fo bíith precepte dóib, Wb. 9b19 . fo bith inna soebapstal, 18d1 . fo bar mbíd-si `on account of you', 23d11 . fubíthin creitme ria cách, Thes. ii 240.19 (Ardm.). fobithin iond forcetail `because of the instruction' (according to ?), Mon. Tall. 129.1 . fo chen duit . . . fo b.¤ na mná, LU 3430 ( SCC 20 ). fo b.¤ na fortacht ┐ na hícce , PH 6263. fo bith taisi na naem indti (of díre due to a `vacant' church), Laws v 124.25 Comm. ar bithin eiccni tuc T. ara derbshiair-si, TTebe 1862 . ar bhithin einigh Ferghusa, ZCP viii 551.11 . dobhithin na gona doradais form, BS 146.10 . do bhithin (: bhfrithir) doirre Domhnuill `because of D.'s displeasure', TD 15.8 . bedgaid do bhithin (: chrithir) a chráid, O'Gr. Cat. 461.15. dá bhíth because of it, Measgra D. 57.2 . dia bhíthin sin `for that reason', Fl. Earls 122.24 . da bhithe sin, Luc. Fid. 3990. trí bhíthin do bráthbémmend[a] by (means of), TBC-LL¹ 6012. tre bítin an credme sin, RC xvii 154.18 (Tig.). tre bithin gaoil do beith aca fria cele, BNnÉ 322 § 28 . trena bithin `through his means', TTebe 4149 . fo bith tabarta do chách a chomraime ┐ a gascid for the purpose of giving, LU 3229 ( SCC 2 ).

II As causal conj. ( GOI § 905 ) because, for, since: fo bith is taipe inso, Ml. 14d4 . fo bithin arachiurat `because they will perish', 59b9 . fo b.¤ is nephchorpdae són, Sg. 107a1 . absidias .i. circulos .i. fubíth dongníat cercol, BCr. 18d2 . fobith nád comthoet `o' in `is' `because they do not convert `o' into `is',' Sg. 163a1 . fob. ṅoenaigedar a cialla ar chinn, 172a4 . fobithin ní mór tolnathar di día `because . . . is not greatly pleasing to God', Mon. Tall. 134.19 . fo b.¤ no bíid, LU 5079 = fo bithi (-i later, edd.), TBC-I¹ 593. fo bith is ditaithme `because it is irrevocable' (of a prescriptive right), Laws v 314.20 . fó bh.¤ as beg lenus Iosa Críosd, RSClára 142b . ar bith ba slúagad baga dó in sluagad, TBC-LL¹ 462.

Extended forms: dobīthin gur uo hēiccen dōip, Fl. Earls 24.27 . fobithin ar na fodlat ind tuati `because the lay folk do not distribute', Mon. Tall. 141.14 . fó bith ar is d'óenóentaib bátar . . . hi cend Ulad, LU 3446 ( SCC 22 ). ? an tan atusa do niort . . . do fiondfasa ar bhithín on att dhealbh troch fort, ZCP x 293.11 . uair (= ar) bhithin on am cnethach croilinteac[h], 291.28 .

Rarely as final conj.: fo bithin co ro cuiredh si Brian tar muir `in order that she might send B.', RC xxiv 176.12 . fob. na rucad gubreith, Ériu iv 24.23 . ar bithin nach helodis uatha, TTebe 3874 .

1 cuingid

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: cuinchid, cuindchid, cuinged, -eda, cuingthi, cuinghidh, cuinge, coinge

n i (see GOI 450 ) vn. of con-dïeig. Also cuinchid, cuindchid. a s. cuinged, Celtica iv 24.312 . g s. -eda; cuingthi, LU 6128 . cuinghidh f., IGT Decl. § 42 . Later cuinge, coinge.

Act of asking, requesting, seeking; request : doch.¤ timpne naile, Wb. 4d24 . bid c.¤ roch.¤ `it will be a great question', 8a7 (see n.). nibu arch.¤ forsét gl. in occassione auaritiae, 24d7 . dechuingid 24b24 . dochuingid 27c24 . archuinged (leg. -id ?) soinmige do `through his seeking prosperity', Ml. 39a6 . Cf. 56b15 . 56c15 . 102c5. imchuindchid innananae nerchradach gl. circa superuacua occupatur, 59d3 . do chuingid dilguda 124b3 . duchuingid indib 125d12 . do cuingidh in tairrngerthai `to find the prophesied one', Blathm. 15 . do chuinchid bo, Vita Br. 25 . oc cuinchid a lleicthe issa tech, LU 6965 (BDD). día rofaided chuinchid which he was sent to seek, TTr.² 60 . oc cuindgid na féle, Fél. Prol. 329 . do chuincid neich, Mon. Tall. 128.10 . a cungid inna flatha, LL 37579 . coingi comna, Laws i 266.y . eter rígu ┐ chaemu ocum chuindchid wooing me, BDD² 53 . cuinghidh .i. iarraidh, O'Cl.

Usually with co of source from which a thing is sought: niarch.¤ tuare cucuibsi, Wb. 24b14 . cen ch.¤ neich conech, 26b25 . oc c.¤ digi chucu, LU 4029 (SC). oc cuinchid fhurtachta cus-in oeṅ-dia, PH 6658 . With other prepp.: do chuincid . . . eolais forru, PH 3462 . sgel feinnid do chuingidh ar gach n-aigidh, RC vi 174.22 . dia chuinghe fair techt, BNnÉ 320.13 . do cuinge indlighidh re aili, O'D. 126 ( H 3.17, 105 ). duch.¤ hicce hua Dia, Ml. 98c1 . aithesc . . . cungeda neich ó neoch `speech of a person making a request,' TBC-LL² 930 . do chuinchid a n-ádmolta o dóinib, PH 4695 .

Attrib. gen.: francaig fognama / fine chuindgeda importunate (?), Bruchst. 36 ( IT iii 91 § 128 ). saint sirchuindcheda `an ever craving lust', TTebe 793 . ben chuindcheda see 1 ben.

indloba(i)r

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adj o, ā and i diseased, weak: Sampait ingen B. ... | nirbo lethmáel indlubair (: comchubaid), LL 167b27 . do othrachaib .i. do innlóbru, Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 (s.v. fothrugud). do thabairt hicce ┐ fhurtachta don descipul inlabor .i. do Thomas, PH 6769. dona dainib fannaib inlobhraibh, Lism. L. 1437. ┐ se indlobhar don guin tuc A. fair, Aen. 2646.

lobrae

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Forms: lubra, luibre

n , f. (lobur) Also lubra and later luibre.

(a) weakness, infirmity, sickness : lubhra .i. easláinte. Adcota lubhra luinne .i. do gheibh an duine easlán fearg re a denamh, O'Cl. (= adcota lobar luinde, RC xlv 67 § 62 ). ba lobre dó lobre cháich `infirmity', Thes. ii 246.20 (Camb.). inae dommetu ┐ inae lobri, 24 . is ferr lium lobre quam dígallre gl. placebo mihi in infirmitatibus meis, Wb. 18a1 . inna lobri gl. imbicillitates, 6c23 . lobre et immomon forsin mug céin ṁbíis oc fognam, 8b1 . ind lobrae gl. egrotatio, Ml. 61a 4 . slántu du thindnaccul du neuch bís hí lobrai, b28 . i llobrai (glossed in ṅgalur), Thes. ii 318.1 ( Hy. ii ). tossach lubra lén, RC xlv 7 § 16 . ni aurdallat . . . maíne mára na lessa for lubra léim, ZCP xi 94 § 31 . sním lobrae, Fél. Prol. 223 . hi luibri galair, 155.5 . Cf. Ériu ii 222.23 . ar thrógi ┐ lobrai, LU 10649. ro toit bantigerna an caisteoil si a lubra galair, Grail 3464 . maclabra (sic leg. ?) .i. serg child's disease, O'Dav. 1108.

(b) Fig. of faith, etc.: ar lobri a hírisse, Wb. 6c20 . mani coméitis do cona lobri unless thou indulge his weakness, 6 . issi a lobrae in popuil, Ml. 45c9 . ó lubhra an phréimh-pheacaidh, TSh. 508 . an duine shaidhbhir ar a mbí lubhra na n-ainmhian, 10355 .

Note also: trí gníma rátha: fosta, féile, lobra . . . lobra hícce .i. lécud a lomartha i n-indligud dar a ḟechimain, Triads 218 (lubrai, v.l.) (`suffering(?) payment').

(c) Of a specific disease (see lobur): lubra gl. lepra, Ir. Gl. 268 . fer lubhra (healed by S. Mochuda), BNnÉ 294 § 16 . ro īc Crīst . . . / gach galar . . . / claimhi ┐ luibri . . . , ZCP v 25 § 9 . in lubra do gabail Rig Saxan, Ann. Conn. 1049.2 . ar in ngne don luibhre re ndearar morphea , 23 K 42, 337.3 . in essláinte úathmhair . . . mar atá lubhra, RSClára 104 § 4 . ar lucht lubra `leprosos', Rial. S.F. 1602 . do bhí a lobhradh arna ghlanadh, Matthew viii 3 . In phr. loit l.¤ : loit lubhra `plague', Levit. xiii 3 . gach uile shórt loite lúbhra, xiv 54 .

lommrad

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Forms: lommairt, lomra

u, later also o, m. vn. of lommraid. Also lommairt, lomra.

(a) act of stripping, making bare : a cāirich do dīlsi hi llomrad glassenguirt na rígna, ZCP viii 311.30 . do lomrad faithi fir flatha iar taircsin cirt di, O'Curry 2627 ( Eg.88, 53(54)c ). doratad in (leg. don) dara latrand dia l.¤ (uni spoliandus traditur), Lat. Lives 90.7 . far lomrad . . . amal foltchéip to shear your heads off(?), Trip.² 2442.

(b) act of shearing (sheep): cauru . . . a n-aimsir a lomartha, Laws i 126.22 Comm . inbaid lommartha cairech, SR 6302. mar uan a fiadhnaisi fir a lomartha, ITS xxix 173.9 . atá úan fionn agar bhfoghnamh / dúal liom dá lomradh gach láoi, IGT Decl. ex. 1276.

(c) Hence, fleece: ba córu lomrad na cairech i llomrad na glasne, LL 291b24 . an lomradh olla do bhí ac Gedian, ITS xxix vi 153.21 . lomradh óir the Golden Fleece, Hackett xxxix 240 . céad caora gona lomraibh óir, Oss. iv 242.y .

(d) act of plundering, despoiling : losccadh Reachrainde . . . ┐ a sccríne do chosccradh ┐ do lomradh, AFM i 396.9 . iar lomairt a longphuirt dóibh `when they had stripped the fortress bare', Keat. iii 2852 . do lomradh ┐ do losgadh lochta an leasa sin Lúicifeir, TSh. 6604.

(e) Fig. act of stripping of wealth, levying a fine, or payment : lomradh indala fir ┐ a thidnacul diaraile to strip every second man and to give (his wealth) to another', Ériu iv 24 § 6 . tig-lomrad .i. in lomrad dédenach iar mbās in cēle, O'Mulc. 864 (see tiuglomrad). do lomrad smachta ┐ cáiche, Laws iv 68.3 . ma fearr na smacht do lomrad .i. trian d'iumarcraid, O'Curry 1763 ( 23 Q 6, 36a ). trí gníma rátha: fosta, féile, lobra . . . lobra hícce .i. lécud a lomartha i n-indligud dar a ḟechimain, Triads 218 ; lomradh .i. ag lomairt ag díol fiachadh, n. lomradh íce .i. da lomairt féin ag díol fiachadh no fulang é féin do lomradh do réir dlighe .i. leigen lomartha . . . , ibid.

(f) excerpt, literary extract : go ra sgribaind araile do lamarta (excerpta), Todd Nenn. 24.3 = lomartha, BB 203a4 . ? ni fil . . . inso do lomrad acht becc dona pianaib . . . ro himred fair, LB 143a18 . Leg. lommad? q.v. (b).