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nód

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n [f.] a dwelling (? shelter, asylum)? nodh nó noudh .i. teghdhais nó durthech, ut est biadh, nodh, menglach Midhcuarta, O'Dav. 1282 ; same quotation H 3.18 p. 72c (noud). ba nód feidle in fatha `the soil was its perpetual domicile' (of a wild pig), Metr. Dinds. iii 408.20 (: sód, nodh v.l.). ro bí in fer . . . 'na noid hi Caislib `she smote the man in his home', 242.20 (noid, doid, doit, nóit v.l.). coro marb Dub Róit . . . inna nóid féin oc Formaíl, 244.28 (inanoit, inannoid, inandoid v.l.). cor loisc macraid . . . i nNóid Dromma búain Bertach, ib. 24 (inoid, indoid, indoit , andoid v.l.). ?g p. co n-impod . . . dochum na nod, Laws v 174.25 Comm. (`to his house' tr.). See also 2 nóad. Cf. further: nodh naoithe `a reliquary to swear on', O'Don. Suppl. (= nódh n-a.?). cach liu líther is nodh naoithe dotoing cia dia belaib forsna foirglet fiadnaise, H 3.17. c. 434 ( O'D. 541 ) = is nodh nuither, H 4.22 p. 82 ( O'Curry 2119 ). nóit .i. annóit (a church?), O'Cl.