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do-eipen

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-eipen or dil.ie/17533
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: doǽrbai, doreibi, doroeipe, doreipsead, doreibsit, doepenar, doepethar, doreped, durebead, terpad, teipid, teipide, teipe, doǽrbai

v (* to-ess-ben-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 462 ) Perf. 3 s. doǽrbai, Sg. 60b18 . Mid.Ir. doreibi, Lec. 338b29 . doroeipe, Auraic. 173 (v.l.). 3 pl. doreipsead, 213 . doreibsit, 2530 . Pass. pres. s. doepenar, BB 319b38 ( Auraic. 568 ). doepethar, Corm. Y 674 ; perf. doreped, BB 324a15 , durebead, 317a1 ; terpad, Ériu ii 108 § 22 . Later as simple vb. teipid. IGT Verbs § 68 . Part. teipide. Vn. teipe. See also terbaid.

(a) excises, cuts (out of, off): doǽrbai gl. concidit, Sg. 60b18 . teibid .i. beanait, Lec. Gl. 67 M . roteibed .i. do beanad, 210 . rotheip a méide assa muin, Metr. Dinds. iii 258 . roteiped Eua asa thóeb, MacCarthy iii 48 . go rotebisstur a cenn, RC xiv 452 . gelestar ainm do áth . . . ┐ doepethar gulbain (do-epetar gulba, LB) do cach ferand immid-mbi a bit is taken off each of the properties which it lies between, Corm. Y 674 . an as taiscide don cuicthi . . . doreped sund was curtailed, Laws i 236.z Comm. ropo toil Dé cecham-theirp 'may whatever cuts me off/separates me be God's will' Celtica xxiii 36 . Esp. cuts out, forms, fashions (out of a material, etc.) ri rothepi . . . asin chētadbar admas | talam tromm, SR 29 . rotheipi cech ndúil, 7869 . isin mais chruinn ildealbaig as terpad in domun, Ériu ii 108 (perh. to be referred to terbaid). amal comcumaisctis na gaetha . . . in ceathar duil . . . amal nobetis is in caip cumascda as ar-tebit ar tus as though they (the elements) were in the chaotic mass out of which they were originally formed, TTebe 3081 . taeb-omnai . . . iarsinni teipiter damna na focul eistib, Auraic. 414 = iarsani theibther, Lec. Gl. 216 . lín bérla as rotheip Gaedel Gaedilg out of which G. formed (culled) the Gaelic language, LL 2b20 = asar theib, BB 17a47 . in dā bērla sechtmogat . . . conid estib notebtis, BB 300b35 . rothepestar Foenius F. berla na ṅGoedel as na dib berlaib .lxx., Rawl. 70b15 . na tri sāidh doreipsead na berlu-sa, Auraic. 213 . is and doreibed in Gaedelg, 2482 . i mba fearr do cach berla . . . ised darepedh isinn Goedilc was chosen, 1055 . duepenar deminnsci a ferinnsci nō a baninnsci is made out of, 567 . Cf. bérla teipide, deime teipide s.v. teipide.

(b) loses, forfeits , forgoes: roteipis flaithius ┐ rígi you have lost your chance of, BB 252b38 = rotheipis, Lec. 444b47 . do ríoghraidh Éireann uile . . . a gcreideamh, a gclú 's a gcáil | is dú a dteibeadh nó a dtógbháil their faith and fame . . . must either be forefeited or upheld, Hackett xliii 72 . Cf. also xlii 84 : teibidh céim ón chonair chóir departs a step (.i. gearrann .i. tugann), which seems a loose use of same meaning.

(c) shirks, fails (in) (mod.): an croibhfhionn fhial . . . nár theib gnaoi beo, Ó Bruad. ii 124 . clann Toirrdhealbhaigh nár theib troid, ITS xv 19 . Intrans.: níor theib mise fós . . . a gcath I never yet flinched, Oss. iv 70 .

(d) Hence folld. by AR of pers., teibid orm I fail: go nach teibeadh aon urchar air gan an t-ubhall d'amus, Keat. ii 3300 . rannaigheacht bheag níor theib a gneith air, Gadelica 252 .

guth

Cite this: eDIL s.v. guth or dil.ie/26848

n u, m.

I voice, sound, a word, a vowel : airis guth de asrubart `for it is the voice of God that said,' Ml. 94a13 . in déni assafoiter guth `the swiftness with which voice is emitted,' ib. 48c8 . is sainreth do interiecht guth formúigthe `a smothered sound,' Sg. 9b18 . ni taet guth isson arna tarmasca in sacardd here no voice cometh ..., Thes. ii 253.7 . guth comdidanta = vox consulationis, guth cursachta = vox increpationis, Hib. Min. 383.4 . guth sechmadachti `a word of the preterite,' Sg. 147b7 . óin guth fri cechtar de a single word for each ..., ib. 147a5 . hi coindeulc in gotho `in comparison with the word,' 3b1 . ní o foilsigud suin ┐ gotho `not by demonstration of sound and voice,' 200a6 . is ansu dam gabail mo gotha dim `that my voice should be taken from me,' Ml. 95d13 . hit cenélcha sidi do guth `these are general to voice,' Sg. 3a10 . toddiusgat guth nintiu `they awaken voice into them,' ib. 7a10 . vocum coniunctio .i. accomal ṅgotha, Hib. Min. 297 . i ngothaib (hi gothaib, MS) ┐ indliucht `in words and meaning,' Sg. 197a14 . ba uisse cenotectad ilgotha, ib. 197a11 . is merb is is marb mo guth, LU 3582 ( SCC 29.22 ). as galar mo guth, TBC-LL¹ 3958 . bindḟogur a gotha ┐ a cáinurlabra, ib. 210 . guth a gutture , Corm. Y 715 . d'foghar in gotha, ib. 134 (s.v. bó) . dia cloathar do guth cusan airm so, Laws v 188.24 Comm. an ro saigh guth an cluig `as far as the sound of the bell reaches,' ib. 328.11 Comm. tancatar na manaigh fa guth an cluic, ZCP xi 128.21 ( BCC 244 ). robeir Rī in tsrotha ar nem hē | ar trī gotha aithrighe `for three words of repentance,' x 52.32 . guth bínd orgánta occai, PH 1972 . a hidail daill amlabair cen guth, ib. 1367 . atbertsat tra in uli Iudaide o aen guth with one voice, ib. 2298 . sacart cemad garb a guth `though his voice be harsh,' ACL iii 222.16 . teit in ri docum nimhe ... lasin nguth-sin `at that word,' RC xxvi 368.17 . cia doní in guth mór so a-muigh ? `who makes this loud noise without ?,' Ériu iv 116 § 26 . coicetal ... inna ndulerath ... fri gotha na ngaeth, ii 122.2 . no thegtis medon aidche i nHierusalem o gothaib `with musical voices (?),' ib. 100.9 . ni ro labair guth friu `it did not speak a word to them,' CCath. 4205 . gutta .i. guth fotha .i. fotha in ghota in sein no guth fuiti iarsani fuidhit gotha treothu, Auraic. 358.359 . dliged gotha fil itosuch na leathguta do airisim leis fo dheoidh ┐ in dliged consonata fil intib fo deoidh do chur uad prius , 488 . ni dubhairtsiomh guth riamh ré Ferccus acht, a Rígh mhóir ... he never used any other expression, ITS v 38.10 . cē guth ēiside ...? what has been said ?, TBC-I¹ 2238 . guth ind luin the note of the merle, MacCarthy 136.15 . do-chualaidh guth ┐ glór daonna, TSh. 5036 . ináit ... na nguithedh ngaoidelta `in place of the Gaelic intonations,' O'Gr. Cat. 556.23 . guth an té éimhgheas air an bfásach, Matthew iii 3 . táinic amach ... tinnteach agus toirrneach agus gotanna, Rev. iv 5 . muna dtuige mé brígh an ghótha, Corinth. xiv 11 . mar shuidh'dar d'aon-ghuith unanimously , ZCP v 206.70 . guth ochta a deep voice, IGT Decl. ex. 1567 . ? pl. d'fhuasgail osnaidhe goithighe a caointe, ZCP v 209.164 .

Compds. ¤bind : risin ngadan nglésta nguithbinn, Acall. 1702 . As sobriquet : ideo dicitur Guthbinn quia optimus cantator ... fuit , Cóir Anm. 128 . gen. Maelsechnaill mac Maelruanaigh ... mic Conaill guthbhinn, AU i 372.1 . mic Conaill Ghuithbhinn mic Suibhne, Keat. iii 2414 . guth-chlaon, partial , Studies 1922, 584 § 4 . guth-fogrugud (gl. vociferatio), Ml. 51c7 . ¤mall : críoch bhregh na mbuinnedh ngothmall softly-murmuring , O'Gr. Cat. 479.4 . guth-ort .i. guth-orcuin, O'Mulc. 686.

II aspersion, blame, censure, slander : is fada an codlad sin a fhuili ┐ ni guth ort, uair budh é do chodlad deideanach he, CF 595 . ni guth damsa ... bas d'fhagail do cumaidh Chail, ib. 987 . ní guth dó gin fhurtach Naim, ZCP i 366.30 ( Marco P. § 64 ). mo ghol-gháire ní guth linn, Ériu iv 63.7 . nach eistfidís sin aen fhocul gotha [na aithimraidh] aran impire co brath `a single word of slander,' ZCP ii 270 ( Maund. 204 ). mairg dobeir guth ar ḟer ngrāid, ACL iii 222.14 . guth ar mhnáibh is olc an chiall, Dánta Gr. 3.6 . ní fáth gotha mar tá me, | ní don duine féin an grádh, ib. 63.27 . guth dod trilis loig ní lean, IGT Decl. ex. 1565 . neach nach lēig a ghuin don ghuth, ib. ex. 1559 . do-geibh sí gotha gránna, ib. ex. 83 . do sheachnadh gotha d'fhagháil ó'n bpobal to avoid public censure, Eochairsg. 71.10 . is móidi a gráin re a ngothaibh `the greater is his horror at their censures,' Ériu iv 216.4 . do ráidh roghuth has addressed fierce abuse, Content. xxv 5.

4 í, hí

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 4 í, hí or dil.ie/26897

Forms: int-í, -í, -í, int-í, int-é, intía, an-í, an ní, in ní, ind ní, int, intíi, indtí, ant, inthé, in té, intía, an, ind, ani, aní, a, an, ind, inn, inn, forsinní, inn, indní, immontí, ani, forsaní, iní, ind, indhí, indt, inní, in, an, an tia, na, dondí, isind, dondhí, ontí, dind, dontí, té, indh, indíi, indi, indí, indhí, innah, na, na, forsnah, inna, innah, nahí, na, innan, donaib, isnaib, cosnaib, donahi, donafíb, cosna, arna, iarsna, int-í, isindí, airindí, iarsindí, hib

indeclin. pronom. demonstrative particle, accented. In O.Ir., was nasalised in the same cases as adj. In Mid.Ir. no exx. of nasalisation.

I

(a) Rarely used alone as demonstrative (see Thurn. KZ xlviii 52f .) : a lleth n-aill hí ara-thá `die andere Hälfte, die übrig ist', KZ xlviii 52 = ZCP vi 2. in duine in chainchomraic hí `that man of peace', Ml. 61c2 . in tan hí ba gābud dí `at that time it was a peril to her', Thes. ii 347.2 . atarachtatár in maic hí ro slassa and those boys who, LU 4900.

(b) Usually accompanied by another demonstrative which it emphasizes, e.g. hí siu, hí sin, hí thall : int Alaxander hí sin `that Alexander', Wb. 28a20 . a mbas n-isin, 15d12 . nínchruth hí thall `not in that manner', 26b13 . cid a n-uathath n-ísiu arna roib occo `that even this one should not be at it', 5a26 . ni fil folad n-aill fora sernte in soscéle issin (leg. hísin, Edd.) `on which that Gospel could be built', 18c8 . it dássactig in dóini hisiu `these men are mad', 12d36 . dú diarbu etarcnad in macc hísin `the place whence that Son hath been recognised', Tur. 22. conruptar fadirci ind usci robatar hi fudumnaib talman trí indlach inna talman n-isin `through the cleaving of those earths', Ml. 40d16 . a ndliged n-ísin nephaccomoil inna teora liter i n-oen sillaib, Sg. 7b9 . dos bert in leth hí sin for tús, IT i 40.28 . forna tinnib cetharchorib hísin, BDD² 773. ria lonaib .i. na slog isin `i.e. of these hosts', Laws iv 154.17 Comm. adsuidighter cricha tra forsnahaib íseo `boundaries are settled by these kinds (of land marks)', 144.18 Comm. is húar a llaa nísiu, ZCP viii 175.17 . is nemnech in gáeth hísiu, ib. 19 . fáemit-sium dano ani hisin, LU 9036. nirba lugu a echta in airseda isin, TTebe 3152 .

(c) ? Used alone substantivally : ní fhacaidh mo chlí ris í dom chlannaibh comharsan `my bosom found none of my neighbours to deal therewith', Ó Bruad. iii 216.y .

II int-í (article+-í, used substantivally). The article is declined throughout ; -í is invariable but in later texts the -b of the dat. pl. ending is added to -í. On the analogy of é and sé, int-í became int-é. This form appears as early as S.R. Later there are a few exx. of intía. See below. In Mid. Ir. the neut. an-í through confusion with the subst. ní became an ní, in ní and sometimes ind ní.

FORMS.

Nom. m. int, Wb. 1a3 . intíi, 12c19 . indtí, Mon. Tall. 134.16 . ant, ZCP viii 109 § 2. inthé, SR 1659. in té, Acall. 218. intía, 577 n. an tia, Ó Bruad. ii 106.8 . f. ind, Sg. 220a10 . n. ani, Wb. 15d33 . aní, Ml. 74d7 . a ní, PH 3685. an ni, 6194 . ind ni, 5251 . inn, ScM. § R 1 . acc. m. inn, Wb. 11a11 . Ml. 76c2 . Tur. 60. forsinní, Ml. 52. inn, ScM. § 3. indní, Mon. Tall. 136.29 . immontí, TBC-LL¹ 1911. n. ani, Wb. 4d17 . forsaní, 9c1 . iní, TTebe 4729 . gen. m. and n. ind, Wb. 17d21 . Sg. 198a21 . indhí, Mon. Tall. 133.17 . indt, 133.25 . inní, Imr. Brain § 64. in tíí, PH 1924. an té, Dán Dé vii 33. an tia, Ó Bruad. ii 180.12 . f. na hí, AFM vi 2126.6 . dat. m. and n. dondí, Wb. 4c26 . isind, 5a18 . dondhí, Mon. Tall. 143.15 . ontí, 141.19 . dind, Hib. Min. 288. dontí, TBC-LL¹ 745. PH 6484. gan té , Dán Dé x 16. nom. pl. m. indh, Wb. 29a12 . indíi, 4c40 . indi, Ml. 114b7 . indí, Mon. Tall. 131.z . indhí, 161.22 . n. innah, Sg. 54b6 . na hí, PH 2037. na hai, 1132 . acc. pl. forsnah, Wb. 20d1 . inna hí, Ml. 115b19 . innah, Sg. 179b2 . nahí, Mon. Tall. 136.z . PH 6543. na hii-sea, 2285 . gen. pl. innan, Wb. 25b27 . Tur. 71. Ml. 29b4 . dat. pl. donaib hí, Sg. 156b7 . Wb. 30a20 . isnaib hí, Sg. 164b2 . cosnaib hi, Ériu ii 102 § 11. donahi, Ml. 46c7 . donafíb, LU 2261. cosna fíb, 1951 . arna haiib, PH 1415. iarsna hiib-sin, 1275 .

Contracted forms occur: ti rotbrathaig he who has betrayed you, SR 1317. deoda tíi godly was the man? (cheville), 4503 . ba trénfer duairc tí thucsat, 5780 . ba dulig cor ris tí robói and, CRR § 55. bennacht uar 'té (=for inté, Ed.) dianid húa, ACL iii 307 § 22. a chaoín-tí ré maothuíghear O gentle one, Hard. i 180.1 .

USAGE.

int-í may be folld. by

(a) a rel. clause, in which case it means he who, whosoever : intíi labrathar ilbélre `he who speaks many languages,' Wb. 12c19 . do menmanib innaní asbertis ... `to the minds of those that used to say,' 25b27 . forsnahí comalnatar toil dáe `on those who fulfil God's will,' 20d1 . frecre dondi asrobrad ... `to that which has been said,' 3c31 . is hé tíntud indí as barabas `this is the interpretation of `Barabbas,'' Tur. 113. aní remíerbart `what he had said before,' Ml. 74d7 . is sain indí asidrubart ┐ indí frisanérbrath, Sg. 220a10 . inní do-bered anís don chétgabáil, ScM. § R 1 . intí día maccleirchiu forsa mbeith ítu mór, Mon. Tall. 144.32 . dar cend indtí adbail `on behalf of one that dies,' 133.25 . do muindtiri-siu huli etir indní díob adgladmis ┐ ..., 136.29 . fochraice nime ┐ píana iffirn d'innisain donafíb no chretitis, LU 2261. co neipirt in ti ba tir `the person whose land it was,' Laws iv 4.29 Comm. mo ṡargud immontí thanic for m'óisam, TBC-LL¹ 1911. Oisín mac Finn in té nár' ér duine riamh, Acall. 218. cindus a rád comtís dee na hí naptar dee?, PH 731. nime ┐ talman cosnaib hi docuissin indib `with all that exists therein,' Ériu ii 102 § 11. at [i]at na leath-ghutai nahi dourgabtar treothu fen `the semivowels are those that are pronounced by themselves,' Auraic. 464. ó rígh gus an té as táire, Dán Dé vii 13. éag an tia do bhiathadh iolair `of him who fed ...,' Ó Bruad. ii 180.12 .

aní sometimes = all that : aní forricfedh isin domun do anmandaib `all the beasts it would find in the world,' Ériu ii 134 § 116. an ni dotimchillfid a carpad do Muig Bregh `so much of the plain of Bregia as his chariot would surround,' RC xvii 16.17 .

Combines with prepositions to form conjunctions, isindí in that, since; airindí for the reason that, because; iarsindí after that, when, since, in as much as : is indí dorathchratha `in that they had been redeemed,' Ml. 125b9 . isindí nad creitid `in that ye believe not,' Wb. 1d14 . is follus isindí nachim-rindarpai se `it is manifest in that He has not cast me away,' 5a18 . airindí asfóite fon díthrub `because it used to be sent to the desert,' Tur. 110 e . arindni techtus na hi atcobra, Hib. Min. 426. ar in ni is comaith gnais caich, Laws iv 68.3 . iarsindí adcuaidsom di neuch immethecrathar ... `after he has spoken ...,' Ml. 65a1 . iarsindí bes tuidchisse deichthrib i ndoiri `after the ten tribes shall have been led into captivity,' 72d1 . in litir amal intech legend (leg. lēgind) iarsinni fuires set in legind `inasmuch as it prepares ...,' Auraic. 362. na Collai .i. colaigh iarsaní ro marbsat Fiacha, BB 250b40 .

(b) a proper noun in apposition, or a noun equivalent to a proper noun, e.g. día. int-í then means the aforementioned: inti Moysi, Wb. 33a2 . intan ad citaacae rebeca inní isác, Tur. 60. ducorastar dia deilb mordraige ... forsinní dauid ... connach n-ingeuin intí abimelech, Ml. 52. donahi diandrerchoil intí dia `to those to whom God hath decreed it,' 46c7 . búi seom intí Nóisi a óenur for dóe na rratha, IT i 72.3 . ro-lá didiu i socht innī Mac Dathó, ScM. § 3. co rub garit a ré ┐ a remess in tíí Iúdais, PH 5116. is e inti cetna, idon, Lucifer, Todd Lect. iii 54.22 . gabhais iarom an ti Golamh ..., Leb. Gab.(i) 224.y . i n-onóir na hí naemh Muire, AFM vi 2126.6 .

(c) a demonstrative particle, e.g. -siu, -sin: fri genti asbeir som anisiu, Wb. 4d17 . adib mogae indísin `ye are servants of Him,' 3b15 . innísin glan `him pure' gl. mundum, Ml. 76c2 . ní beram aichni inní sin `we do not know such a one,' Imr. Brain § 64. amail forfertis a cridiscelae nahí sin `according as their desires should bring about those results,' Mon. Tall. 136.z . ro-comaillit ... na hii-sea uli, PH 2285.

(d) an adv. of place or an adverbial phrase: gluás indí riam `a gloss on what is before,' Wb. 17d21 . du gnimaib aní tuás du persannaib anisiu sís, Ml. 117c6 . intí thall gl. ille, Sg. 197a9 . meisde ar mbreath gan té rem thaoibh-se `my friend'-s opinion of me shall be lower,' Dán Dé x 16.

The Mid. Ir. dat. pl. form used sometimes instead of the dat. pl. of the article: teora sealba na beiread ba dona hib caithaib seo `three lands in which cows are not fined for these trespasses,' Laws iv 124.25 Comm. amail remindērbartamar isna hībh crōaibh aile, Ériu i 215.10 . is marb m'anmcharu isnahíb laib sea, LB 260a58 . robai ... fúath finemnach di or ┐ do arcat innahib turedaib ordaibh in tigi sin, BB 493a49 .

légaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. légaid or dil.ie/29740

Forms: léigenn, légad

v ā (Lat. legere, GOI 573 ). Also léigid, ibid., 686 n. 203 .

I Trans.

(a) reads, studies : ara tuicce arro legais, Wb. 28d7 . ni hed in sin ro légsid in euangelio, 7b23 . ro legsat canóin fetarlaici . . . amal ru-nda-legsam-ni, Ml. 24d24 . inní nad roilgisid si gl. etiam non legistis, 17b18 . ní roilgius `I have not read', Sg. 148a10 . lēgais canōin la German `he studied', Hy. ii 12 ( Thes. ii 312 ). légais rúne rochúaid eter scolaib screptra .i. ro leg rúne, LU 829 - 30 (ACC). fir leighes suiscel .i. in tsai canone no an fer leiginn, O'Curry 2492 ( Eg. 88, 40a ). lē[i]r ra lēg cen luithe lochtai / suithe sechta, ACL iii 303 § 8 . cit súid nod-légat, Fél. Ep. 81 (of the Félire). don Choimdi[d] nī comharba / nech nā lēga a recht, ACL iii 313 § 14 . firithir lebor légthair, LL 6192 (see O'Brien, Celtica iii 174 ). legais suithe filidechta laiss, LL 13615 . is tol lind . . . coro legthar . . . he (sc. in libar ro scrib A.), PH 24 . gidh liter nír léghasdair, IGT Decl. ex. 1399. ní aithrisim scéal, ní léighim cruadh-nod, Keat. Poems 1423. Fig. léighfidh sé aigneadh gach aoin, Aithd. D. 58.23 . Dīa fēin romfēgustar, / as lēir romlēgustar, ZCP viii 214 § 70 .

With cogn. accus.: ni legend ro llegusa la Petor, Wb. 19a6 .

(b) reads aloud, recites : cech mallacht ro scribad ┐ ro legad, KZ xxxi 254 . legh a Uríel na litri sea. Ro raidh Uíríel Adham, BB 16a26 . samhail a ḟlatha léigh dhamh, Content. xv 48 . mar do léigh do láthair Iosias Ríogh é (sc. leabhar an reachta), TSh. 7319.

(c) reads of: du i failet na teora soillse ata dech legthair .i. soilse ind Righ . . . , Ériu ii 144 § 161 . an galar-so léaghmuir shúas, Párl. na mB. 1291 .

II Without expressed obj.: affamenad som . . . no légad a macc . . . robu anfiss dosom in ro lég fa nacc . . . ┐ afamenad ra ḟesed in ro leg, Sg. 148a6 . acht ni imathormaig cubus ┐ aicned . . . glossed: cubus .i. na cresen .i. in luchta legas; ┐ aicned .i. na fer firen .i. in luchta na legand, Laws i 144.28 , 29 Comm . (`cf. the legit ut clericus of English law. This is also the test for distinguishing báeth and gáeth: baoith .i. na leighes, ┐ gaoith .i. leighis, O'Curry 2280 ( Eg. 88, fo. 21 )', Plummer, MS. notes). seacht ngraid eacalsa, liachtreoir .i. leghthoir iarsani legas, Laws v 22.5 Comm . légais fer díb . . . saer alaile i.e. one was a cleric, Trip. i 200.4 (`a leech'). a macca lēginn lēgaid, O'Mulc. 688 . ní maith ciall neich nat léga, IT iii 50.6 . lámh thréan . . . / do léagh ar sgoil Sgathuighe who studied, Aithd. D. 16.48 . ar chloinn Ír do léaghadh leam `of Ir's race I have read', Content. xxx 10 . léightar ar an ainmhídhe dá ngoirthior talpa, Párl. na mB. 3138 .

Vn. léigenn, also légad.

légthóir

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n m. (légaid) IGT Decl. § 50 (g s. -óir, -óra, -órach, pl. -óire, -óraigh, etc.).

(a) reader, lector : leghtoir gl. lector, Ir. Gl. 1080 . liachtreoir .i. leghthoir iarsani legas, Laws v 22.5 Comm . is doigh lium-sa . . . nach ferr do leithoir litreach tu-sa na mé fein `no better reader of letters', ZCP vi 284.6 . tuig, a lécchtóir, . . . gurab edh as áil linn . . . , CS 2.3 . Cf. BNnÉ 163.6 . TSh. 5842 . léightheóir gan locht a leabhruibh, L. Cl. A. B. 261.98 . fech . . . a umlacht do-rinde in Tigherna leghthoir de fein, Smaointe B. Chr. 1459 . sreabh re labhra léghthórach / do ḟer th'abhra úrchráobhach, IGT Decl. ex. 1302 . léir-eolach léaghthóra scríbheann, Keat. Poems 817 . mar rabhadh don léaghthóir, cuirfead síos ann so . . . , TSh. 5444. Brathair B. O Domhnill, leathoir (sic) Iubilat Jubilate Lector, AFM i lxvii 19 . chum an léightheóra an réimhrádh, Párl. na mB. 215 .

(b) lecturer, professor : Aodh Mhac Aingil lēghthóir diadhachda a ccoláisdi na mBráthar nÉirionnach, Mac Aingil title p .

líachtreóir

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n i, m. (Lat. lector with infl. of treoir) lector, cleric who arranges order of services : liachtreoir .i. leghthoir, iarsani legas co toirithnigit a liactaine im caisc ┐ im notlaic, Laws v 22.1 , 5 Comm . lan biathadh tucad do liachtreoir eclaisi, i 198. y Comm . faesam in liachtreora, i 198.z Comm . liac[h]troir . . . suibdeochain, deochain, O'D. 2192 ( Nero A vii 134a ). liachtreoir uird lais .i. dichor demna, torruma aesa galair, denum cretra tursaite popail do linn, ┐ corugud caich, iar na urd ic techt do laim, O'D. 920 ( H 3.17 col. 655 ). docuír a l.¤ ar a ceand, BB 234b 36 = Irish Texts iii 6.20 . eirnidther comeneclann doibh risna grada bis isin eclais .i. risin liactreoir, Ériu xii 8 § 7 n . a liachtroir fa lánmhor rath, 23 E 26, 240 . See also líachtóir.

líachtu

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Forms: líachtain

n n, f. (Lat. lectio). By-form 2 líacht, q.v. Later also líachtain (g s. -ana, -aine).

(a) passage, text, lesson, lection : tectaid in liachtu-sa cid etargnai moralla, PH 4599 . ro-scrib Matha in liachtain nóim-sea, 2984 . ro-scríb M. in liachtu noíb-sea, 4419 . coibnes na liachtan-sa, 4734 . etargna . . . na liachtana-so, 3448 . gebid side da liachtan dec dont soscela, Ériu v 32.4 . go cceilebhraidis náoi liachtana i bhFel S. Clára `they shall serue the feast of S. Clare with nine Lessons', RSClára 74 § 7 . is liachtain leasuighthe ar chiach do charadsa / an sian so leathas, Ó Bruad. iii 222.1 .

In phrases l.¤ apstal, l.¤ soscéli epistle, gospel of mass : liachtu apstal ┐ l.¤ sosceli, LB 251a37 . corice liachtain na n-apstal, 32 . Cf. coibnes na liach[t]aini noib, Rawl. B 512, 74b (Plummer MS. notes).

(b) act of reading; reading : liachtreoir . . . iarsani legas co toirithnigit a liactaine, Laws v 22.5 Comm . liachtain ┐ celebrad `lection' (reading?), Ériu iii 100.

Cf. lechtain.

? techtas

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ind (? 3 techt, ? téchtae): techta ... .i. iarsaní [bis ?] techtas (?) aigi da crud buden no techtus (?) aige do crud nech ele, Cóic Con. 29 § 14 . ? To this: roír damh .l. cumala comhinnraic uais airgdibh eilg enda tectus (gl. .i. dogabus a Enna), LL 392d31 .