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comaltram

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n (altramm)

(a) joint (responsibility for) rearing; sharing in fosterage : atait secht mna la Fene frisna comalat fir noch it he ailde a mbeardae .i. nochon ndenait comaltruma (sic) friu, SM Facs. 56a13 . bean saor beiris mac do mug daor . . . .i. le fein in lenum ┐ comaltrum di (i.e. the child belongs to her and she shares in the expense of its rearing?), Laws v 202.12 Comm. sē mnā dona dlegar comaltrum na iarrad who are not bound to share in the (payment for) rearing, ZCP xv 310 § 6 n. co fuigillsit ollomain breithemna Erenn imma c.¤ ┐ ima ndilsi, O'D. 986 ( H 3.17, 849 ) = comaltor, Anecd. iii 27.16 . an tan rofitir in bean ┐ soi-sim fri haithrighe, is altrum fuirre-si; muna sou-sum, is comaltrum (of a connexion with a cleric), Laws v 204.19 Comm. fri bes[cna] (Plummer MS. notes) comailtuir .i. . . . in comaltrama, 394.27 Comm. macc na da mear, ma tat a fine araen ar aird . . . is in comhaltrum do dénam doibh, O'D. 2311 ( Rawl. B 506, 31c ) (opp. to altrum, ibid.). ogha imdha . . . acum comhaltram, Lat. Lives 102.y .

(b) co-fosterage : comhalta comhaltroma ┐ coimléighinn Cormac . . . ┐ Cerbhall, TFrag. 220.8 .

1 ing

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Forms: ind, ing, ing

n g s. ind ro-ing, Metr. Dinds. iii 108.78 . g p. ing, ZCP xi 109 § 10. a difficulty; danger, a strait, peril, grievous plight: ing .i. éigen . as ing .i. as ar éigen, O'Cl. as cach i.¤ donforslaice | taithmet anmae Ignatí `from every strait may the commemoration of I.'s name release us,' Thes. ii 301.7 ( Hy. i ). noco n-oircthi nech im in nī imi nā cumtar, im i.¤, im bochta `one is not to be oppressed about a thing which he is not capable of rendering, in his difficulty, or in his poverty' (gl. nach ortha nech in dicumung), Laws ii 338.z Comm. matan Maige Uachtair aird | i.¤ do ṡluagaib díth co feirg, LL 43a21 . aithle ind ro-i.¤ `after the great hardships,' Metr. Dinds. iii 108.78 . i n-i.¤ i mbatar Ulaid (? read : a mbatar when they were), 67 . fuair i.¤ éca `received the fate of death,' Todd Lect. iii 172.z . ba s[ī] maten, magen i.¤, | i n-abbad rí Lagen lond place of dangers ?, ZCP xi 109 § 10. To Christ : in līn ronescmart as cach n-i.¤ , x 47 § 26 . ing ` force, compulsion, obligation ; ... peril, danger ,' O'R.

In place name : Druim Ing ridge of dangers ? : orggain Droma hIung o Gallaibh, AU i 336.1 . Personal name, perh. invented to explain place-name above : Druim Ing meic Dobgaid Dorbglais, LL 194b44 . Ing mac Doirb Glais, RC xv 330.15 .

Used predicatively followed by (a) má+indicative, (b) infinitive (one ex. shows ing folld. by dependent interrogative sentence : is lúathidir rothán mbuaileth. Is i.¤ indo-árthet do ṡúil `thine eye could barely keep up with them,' BDD² 1152 n. ).

scarcely, hardly:

(a) tochim fossad ... issin chetna fuirtherbe, is i.¤ ma rofuc nech díb a choiss sech araile, LU 8253. cid ríagail fo-certa forsna traigthib is i.¤ má 'd-chotad égoir n-indib, BDD² 32. is i.¤ ma rodmbāei riam im nach oile ēces samail in c[h]umduigh robāi im Senchān, Corm. Y 1059.9 . as i.¤ mā ro-gēnair do sīol Ēremhōin ... aoinfher do-rōine cuttroma crōdhachta fris, ZCP xiv 262.1 . as i.¤ mas eol doib a n-airm d'imurcur, CCath. 5080. bennaighidh in mboin iaramh ... ┐ as i.¤ ma congaibhthi lestra dia hass, BNnÉ 10 § 39. as i.¤ má ro baoí beó i n-Érinn ... aoín bhen as mó ro derlaic, AFM v 1770.z .

(b) ma fuadach ndichmairc no fri aidche is iung a fasc if it be a carrying off without asking consent or by night notice can hardly be given, Laws ii 124.30 Comm. is i.¤ m'aoi Sémus do beith go tim cidh tá an codh ann, O'Gr. Cat. 136.32. cé atá mór ttuath dia thurgnamh | is i.¤ úrgnamh dia thargnamh, Hard. ii 290.8 .

COMPD. : ¤iarrath the minimum fosterage fee ? : in nginarrath (leg. in ing-iarrath) ; is a rogha in athar ata in chuici beirius an lenum no in tuilledh iarrata do bera leis, Laws ii 174.20 Comm. masa cutruma in t-altram tucad air ocus in t-altram ro dlecht de, is certiarraid ; masa mo anas, is olliarraid ; masa luga anas, is ingiarraigh, iii 312.13 .

? 2 mac(c)rad

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n [f.] name of some (juvenile?) sickness? cen derg cen macrad for in lenum ` disease ', Laws ii 164.1 Comm. macraidh .i. galar; dia mbháoi an mac a macraidh fhoda .i. a ngalar fhada, O'Cl. = H 3.18 p. 654 ( O'Curry 1478 ). See also mac(c)rae.

prap(p)

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Forms: praipidi, prap, prap, prap, prap, prapchaillte

adj. (onomat.) quick, rapid, sudden , gen. as pred. with cop. is prap a persannacht `his character is changeable (?)', Tec. Corm. § 33.6 ( hasty, abrupt?). prap i comlond clíathcha in caemh, BB 53a35 . rapa phrapp in chomeirggi, LL 27a53 . ger prap sain da bās ga buain | ar fās in air re haenuair the crop springing up at once was being already reaped, quick (soon) though it was, ACL iii 245 § 29 . fāth is prap the reason is quickly seen; obvious (?), ZCP vi 268.4 . Compar. with DE: feóil lenum doberdis dí combad praipiti no fhoirbredh that she might grow faster, Cóir Anm. 170 = combad prapiti no āsad, LU 4436 . ni praipiti no antais don imbualadh no sooner did they cease fighting, CCath. 6133 . praipidi, 3403 . Rarely as attrib.: ruathar prap a speedy rout, Ériu iv 226.17 . iomad ngiall prap `many swift captives' (? hostages ready at hand), ITS v 56.17 .

More often adv. quickly, suddenly, soon : prap ros rathaig in rigan, LL 49a30 . in cheist do chuirdis . . . prap ro fhuaslaiced Find, Acall. 2555 . iascc adúadhas prap rom loiscc, BNnÉ 82.17 .

With co: digēltar co prapp, LU 9909 ( PRIA iii 536 § 20 ). amal turcbas tene fo cetoir ┐ báidid co prap doridisi dies down again quickly, PH 2408 . dogēbh bās co prap, ZCP vi 26 z . bronach iatt ó scur go prap when [the bell] suddenly stops (ringing) (?), ZCP xii 395.8 . aniú is suaithnidh co prab `it is readily manifest', BS 46.11 . aimsir an leighis go prap (= occasio praeceps), 23 K 42, 1.7 .

As subst. = prapad: lé prap na súl, TSh. 571 , 10374 . See Ériu xxi 28 .

Compds. ¤caillte: prapchaillte ` closefistedness ', Triads 212 ( .i. a bheith cruaidh ┐ luath, p. 42 ). Cf. sechmoallat gach fir prapcoillti .i. seachmallat in firinde in fiallach is gér im na fiachaib . . . in cach bis ac prapadh a ae, H 3.18 p. 284 ( O'Curry 570 ), i.e. those who are rigorous in pressing for payment of debts? Cf. the parallel: sechmoella E ach fír prap cunnarta, ib. 647a ( O'Curry 1449 ), with similar gloss. ¤gal: re prapgail . . . na miled swift action in combat, MR 256.16 . ¤loscad: og praplosccadh a bpúdair speedily igniting, exploding, Hugh Roe 84.10 (f. 22b) . ¤tintód: ic dianleimnech suas ┐ ic praptintodh anuas, CCath. 5892 .

remraigid

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v g, (denom. from remor) makes thick or stout, thickens, fattens : in cuitt [díb] bis truagh, remhraigitt iatt, Maund. 154 . is maith an biadh é ┐ remruige co maith, Rosa Angl. 106.5 . is iad so remruighes an fuil, 36 y . lethnaigid ┐ remhrigi[d] an smuit sin speir an radairc `that mist broadens and amplifies (? thickens, renders hazy) the sphere of vision', ITS xiv 26.25 . Vn labrum anois cinnus is coir baill in lenum do remrugad in trath bis rocael, Irish Texts v 48 . o doni in taer remar na neithi sin do remrugad ┐ do medugad 'since gross air fattens and increases these things', Ériu x 146.16 .

sleith

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ā, f. vn of *selid 'creeps'. See Études Celt. iii 370 § 11 ; Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 649 .

(a) act of stealing; theft : mar aes braith is sleithe 'spies and thieves', SR (Greene) 3482 . See also sleitheóracht.

(b) act of raping a sleeping woman (see Thurn. ZCP xvi 224.29 ): slān slithi mnā oēntama i tig midchuarda, ZCP xv 351 § 40 . is and is dilis s.¤ na mna gan eric .i. masa cholladh do rigne in ben i naenach no a cuirmthech gan testugud ni fuil eric ina s.¤ re iubaili na sleithi, O'Curry 618 ( H 3.18, 299 ). cia fir is coir o mnaibh, conach[a]-aclaigh a s.¤ ?, ZCP xvi 225.4 . ben adclaidh a s.¤ .i. ben airighes a s.¤ , O'Dav. 97 . lanamnas eicne no sleithe, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 71.4 . , 255.18 . masa ṡaer (leg. sár?) no sleth no forcur darighnedh isna hinadaibh sain . . . acht manip a tigh darighnedh in slethedh, O'D. 2354 ( Rawl. B 506, 40 ). dia ndentar lenum frisin mnai don tsleth coirpdire ┐ eineclainni di ind, O'Curry 2001 ( H 4.22, 30 ). ata secht mna la Feine ada dilsi ina frithigib nacon dlegar diri na eneclann ina s.¤ , Laws v 272.2 . cia lir mac nad-comalltar o maithrib . . . mac cumaili, mac forcair, mac sleithi, ZCP xvi 215.31 . trí fuchachta nad increnat slabrai .i. a gabáil ar écin, a s.¤ tri mescai, a turtugud do ríg, Triads 155 . amail . . . aithech do s.¤ banrīgna, MacCongl. 85.3 . ? To this: siol Semeoin sleithi slegrann | gniom gledeoin gleithi glonn-bann .i. do niodh sloidhe re rendaibh slegh, Leb. Gab.(i) 124.5 . sletha .i. sloidhe no gearradh, O'Cl.

Compd. ¤trúaillned: teora cumula don oigh ina sarugh[udh] co ceand .uii. mbliadun, co .x. (? leg. a coic ina, Ed.) sleithtruaillned co .x. mbliadna ┐ .uii. cumula ina forcor co cenn da bliadan .x., Ir. Recht 37 § 1 .