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cláiriu, cláiriud

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n distributing, dividing : clairiu .i. fodail, Corm. 13 = clariu (MS clariud) .i. fodail, inde est lēiniud clairend .i. tairmesc fodla ┐ rainde, Corm. Y 307 . `clairiu' fodhail re fochmorc, Metr. Gl. 34 § 29 . claireadh .i. foghail (leg. fodail) nó sgáoileadh, O'Flaherty's Glossary, cited Metr. Gl. p. 57 . a clāiriud caīntocaid 'as a result of the divvying up of fine riches', BDC 142.613 . clairiudh .i. roinn division', O'Cl. In laudatory terms for warriors: cláriud comlaind dealing out of battle, TBC-I² 385, 3702 . clairedh comlainn, TBC St. 4207 .

? léinid, ? lénaid

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Forms: léiniud, lénad

v (-e- ?) hinders (?), impairs(?) (cf. léiniud ): im chath i nDún Chethirn lethfeidm laech rod lēni, Arch. Hib. ii 54 § 7 (: con tēni, leg. co ndéni, ed.). ná rosléna cin i crí, Metr. Dinds. iii 182.207 (lena, leno, v.ll.). See Gwynn, Hermathena 1935, 64 . len (lean, v.l.) .i. bacail, ut est lenaidh logh n-enech .i. bacaid logh n-enech na flatha, O'Dav. 1162. Vn. léiniud , lénad qq.v. s.v. léiniud .

léiniud , lénad

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(-e- ?) vn. of léinid, lénaid. Acc. to Pokorny, ZCP xv 203 , léiniud is an analogical variant of lenad vn. of lenaid (he treats the vowel as short, as also do Pedersen Vgl. Gr. § 761 and Gwynn, Hermathena 1935, 64 . Thurneysen gives it as long, GOI 76 ). injury, harm, impairment; hindering, preventing : a dō ata foimdi oc éot fīrinne .i. ferc ┐ altes, ar is léniud don fīrinde cebē de dotecmo dī, ZCP iii 451.4 (Apgitir Crábaid) (leunath, v.l. YBL). i llūrig lasrēin (? leg. Lasrēin) cen lēniud `without hindrance', Misc. Hib. v 19 § 1 . lēiniud clairend .i. tairmesc fodla ┐ rainde, Corm. Y 307 = leniud clairenn, Corm. Tr. p. 39 . tri deich bliadna . . . / cen nach lénud (: dénur), LL 4906 . robai lenudh na gona ina chois, Aen. 3145.

lénad

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x see léiniud .

lénaid

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Forms: leónaid, lénad, léonad, lénta, léonta

v (lén) cf. liúnaid, léiniud . Later also leónaid. impairs, injures, wounds: ro lénad nert Demuin `weakened hath been', Fél. Prol. 253 . lenaidh lógh a enech, Ériu xiii 15.20 (immediate context obscure). len .i. bacail, ut est lenaidh logh n-enech .i. bacaid logh n-enech na flatha, O'Dav. 1162 (`a stopping ut est it hinders(?) honour-price') (`stains', Hermathena 1935, 64 ). o roscarsatar ar cuir / nachar lén, a Lucifuir, SR 1725 (here perhaps read len; cf. cid 'moatai diar lenamuin?, 1722 ). lénfaid cach a chomaithech, co mera cach brathair araile, RC xxvi 40 § 207 (Imm. in dá Thuarad). ná rosléna cin i crí, Metr. Dinds. iii 182.207 (`besmirch', Gloss.; lena, leno, v.ll.). ram lensatar ram lénsatar (sc. mo phecctha), Laud 610, fo. 6b (Plummer MS. notes). tescfaiter táib / leonfaitir lama, TFerbe 187 . co C. mac . . . Fintain, co tenid leonas ergala `that wounds battalions', Ériu i 116.15 . do chosnomaidh bain in beatha / ro leonamh lamh flatha, BB 34a1 . co raleansat co ralagaigset a cengail, TTebe 212 . rathuitseadar . . . a n-arm urnochta ar lár . . . ┐ ralenaid a lama na laeich, 950 . ní raibi ridiri . . . nar leon whom he did not wound, Grail 218 . do léanadh a séan, O'Rah. 46.2 (of a house on death of three of the family). an chos do leonadh, Keat. Poems 1429 . don druing leóntar lé sláinte chorpardha, TSh. 8260 . a lasair nár leónadh (to a dagger), TD 33.14 . Vn. lénad, léonad. Part. lénta, léonta.