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fliuch

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fliuch or dil.ie/22318
Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: fhlich, flichthe, fliche

adj ( RC ii 332 , 411 )

(a) wet: gl. madidus Ir. Gl. 675 . rochí F. co mbo f.¤ a brat, BDD 92 . ro cháiestar C. ... curbo f.¤ blai ┐ bruinne dho, Acall. 889 . co nach tirim acht mad f.¤ , Laws i 48.15 . cuilche f.¤ , Hy ii 31 . Lat. Lives 63 (where the Lat. text reads tunica pellicea). robúi a hétach fúar f.¤ , Betha Muire É. § 7 ( Études Celt. i 84 ). sín fh.¤ `wet weather' ib. ba minic gruadha ... go f.¤ derfadhach, Cog. 42.20 . is é do-ní an tslighe fliuch salach, fearthain ..., TSh. 10738 . d s. f. a smúit-theinidh fhlich , 6373 . g s. f. tosach oidhche flichthe (= fliche), AFM v 1852.5 . As subst. damp ; wet weather: tuitid isin f.¤ , Laws v 270.28 Comm. fuaire nā f.¤ , Irish Texts i 26 . Compar. lacha .i. lichiu quam alia[e] aves , Corm. Y 829 = liuchiu .i. fliuch[u] hí quam aliae aves , Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 189 (< H 3.18, 72 ).

(b) full (in B. na f.) : caput f.¤ (.i. lán) do greand a head covered with hair ZCP v 484 .

Compds. ¤caemna ` wet cheer', a bath, ablutions: f. folcthi ┐ fothraicthe, RC xiv 416.5 . YBL 177a49 (= BB 257b40 ). f. duib co bun clúas, Hib. Min. 67.1 . [bantracht] ag denum fliuchchaemhna foilcthi (context shows that they were preparing a hot bath) MR 274.19 . ¤dercc blear-eyed: gl. lippus Sg. 24a8 . meic Lia liuchdeircce, SR 2996 (cf. ba fliuch dercca Liaa, LB 114a32 = YBL 285a9 ). ¤doinenn wet weather: fliuchdhoinenn mhor, AFM iv 1188 . AU 1037 . ¤domain wet and deep: tar ḟughnochtaibh ḟliuchdhoimhne ... na fairrge, ML 46.27 . ¤lepthach (lepa) : luighe fliuchleapthach `lying in a wet bed' BS 92.13 . ¤linntech : having puddles: gur bo liuchlinntech ... gach inad full of puddles MR 256.14 . ¤snechta sleet: de fhlichsnechtai, TBith.² 116 § 13 . flichshneachta, Fl. Earls 54.13 .

lachu

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lachu or dil.ie/29275

 

Forms: lacha, loichen, lochain, lacho

n n, f. Later lacha, IGT Decl. § 6 . g s. also loichen (lachan, v.l.) Corm. Y 1231 = Corm. 43. a s. lochain, Anecd. i 6.6 . (v s. lacho, 7 ). Cf. loichnech s.v. lachnach. duck in general, female duck: ro éirig in l.¤ reime don usciu, BDD 156 (Eg.). lacha .i. lichiu quam aliæ auess , Corm. Y 829 . l.¤ (of Bird Ogham), Auraic. 5693 . lachain lindi Senbotho Colmain, Todd Nenn. 216.13 ( BB 257a37 .). is 'na cill atát na lachain, Fél. 228.27 . is iat rusmaruh na lachuin ┐ na corrai tria na n-escuini, Flower Cat. 321.30 . lacha is bardal, Iar Conn. 290.3 . lachain i laoibh sneachta / ag snámh eighridh uaine, DDána 98.2 . mar lachain . . . / . . . na lachan, Irish Texts ii 81 § 26 . coilech lachan wild drake, Corm. 43.

With descriptive adj. or phrase: a l.¤ linech, BDD 156 (Eg.). lachain chenn n-úaine, IGT Decl. ex. 1009 . As complimentary ep. of a woman: a lacha áluinn aoidheadhach, DDána 114.30 . In phrases denoting painful or impossible separation: fa dedhail mná rea mac . . . no lachan re linn, BNnÉ 267.14 . búain áil lachan do linn, IGT Decl. ex. 351 . scara lacha fri tuinn, ┐ cu fri cnam, O'Curry 2309 ( Eg. 88 fo. 23 ). Proverb: snámh an dūthchos don lachain, O'R. Poems 2128.