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Cite this: eDIL s.v. lasé or
Last Revised: 2013


(see Ériu liii 138 ) (prep. la and demonstr. sé, modelled on Lat. cum). GOI p. 552. Conj. folld. as a rule by nasalising rel. clause, and translating Latin

(a) cum with finite vb.: lasse gabas immbi cum . . . induerit , Wb. 13d22 . l.¤ celebirsimme gl. cum valefecissemus, Thes. i 498.7 (Ardm.). lasse ní beu cid in tene `cum nullus vivus ignis appareat', Lat. Lives 45.12 . l.¤ dusente gl. cum persequebatur, Ml. 142b4 . hisunt . . . conricc frissa lind serb in chúrsactha l.¤ foruillecta beóil in chalich di mil cosse anall whereas the lips of the chalice were hitherto smeared with honey, Wb. 7d9 (based on a Lat. gloss?).

(b) pres. participle (-n s) or equivalent: lasse forcongur fírinni dúib gl. verum dicens vobis, 19d25 . lasse dongní . . . lasse [n]omidter et no cairigther gl. qui judicas, 1c10 .

(c) gerund (-o): lase dufuasilce gl. solvendo, Ml. 29b10 . lase asṁbiur gl. dicendo, Sg. 29b11 . lase conrothinoll gl. colligendo, 66b23 . lasse nad n-adraimse gl. non adorando, Ml. 132c1 . ní lasse etirrudib gl. neque . . . perimendo, 123b10 . Also, without addition, to indicate the instrumental use of gerund (cf. late Latin cum to express instrument), Ml. 22c2 , 29c17 , 46c21 , 70c16 , 130c12 .