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1 buide

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Forms: buidhe

adj io, iā yellow: b.¤ gl. flauus, Sg. 14a10 . hoc flauum. buidhe , Ir. Gl. 803. buidi no donna gl. c(o)erea pruna, Sg. 61b10 . in chorcur b.¤ (buicle, MS.) ref. to porpora), Tur. 115. mess crāibe b.¤ , ACL iii 238 § 9. le croicinn an ubhaill buidhe, Reg. San. 21.17 . a caisi buidi, Corm. Y 1091 (see cáise). buiden na mbarr ṁbudi, LL 16505 ( RC xlvii 291 ). d'ór buidi, Ir. Review 1912, 248 § 5 . Slicht Libair Budi Slani, LU 3220. [lebor] b.¤ leacain, YBL 6 marg. inf. sean leighedh in lepuir buidhe, Laws ii 132.y Comm. rinn . . . buidhe (of a bird), MacCarthy 136.14 . mís buidhi ` August ', Leb. Cert. 120.11 . see boidmís ? supra. galar buidhe jaundice , O'Gr. Cat. 199.1 (see below).

Freq. in vague sense with bith, etc. ri dorósat bith ṁbuidi, SR 7513. in bith bleidech b.¤ , MR 52.15 . Cf. ríge Breg mbude, LU 3735 ( SCC 33 ). co bráth mb.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 318.15 . din Bruig budi brass, LL 29539 ( Ériu vii 223 § 32 , cf. Misc. Hib. 38 ).

Equat. buidithir ór rind a fīaclae, Corm. Y 1059 (91.18) . buididir bronnór, Ériu iv 94 § 13. Compar. budiu na mess cumra a cúl, LL 37758. As subst. (treated as f., SG 21.21 infra) yellowness, yellow hue; a thing characterised by yellow colour: cho buidhi bos, MacCarthy 120.15 . go tainig in buidi tar in gréin, ZCP x 303.6 . Of flowers: barrān budi `die Blüte des Gelbkrauts', Festschr. Stokes 3 § 3 ` buttercup ', Contribb. 287. lir . . . budi for Bregmaig, LL 13954. fo barraib scot is buideí, ZCP xiii 260.2 . samalta leam fri hōrsnāth . . . nō re buidi mbech (of hair) honey (?), pollen (?), TBC-I¹ 2568. an b.¤ a yellow (horse), Celtica ii 54.131 . In n. loc. Buidhi an Bheithe, AFM ii 1000.16 .

Freq. in name of the epidemic called in b.¤ chon(n)aill (second word us. printed with cap. C- as if n. pr., but orig. gs. of condall, see BCC 75 (62.9) cited s. connlach; identified as relapsing fever (with accompanying jaundice) , W. P. MacArthur, Ir. Hist. Stud. vi 173 f . in chron chonaill .i. in b.¤ chonaill, AU i 54.19 = mortalitas magna, 50.22 . Cf. crom (= crón) Connaill .i. plaga magna , Ann. Inisf. 551. Budi Conayll = infirmitas quae yctericia uocatur, V. SS. Hib. ii 113. teidm mór doratad for firu Hérenn .i. in Bude Conaill, Thes. ii 299.1 (Hy. i Pref.). in B.¤ Condaill, 298.19 . in B.¤ Connaill gl. re chuairt duinebad, Laws i 50.18 Comm. do'n Buidhi Connaill, MacCarthy 402.6 . do cur na b.¤ for cúl, SG 21.21 .

Compds. On elision of -e before vowels see IGT Introd. § 94 (which cites budhúaine, bodhabhla, with -gh- for -dh- in MS.). With noun: a buidhedhlaoi, Hackett ix 5 . buideréid . . . mōel a cend uile . . . co mmbī glēlomm i.e. complete baldness, Corm. Y 1091 = buide reid, Corm. 39 (cf. buiderad ?). With adjj. buide-chas, BDD² 1023. buidic[h]orcrai, 1124 . With adj. derived from noun: lāma . . . buidh'-ingnecha, ML² 1594.

éicentatu

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Forms: æicentatu

n t, m. necessity, constraint: æicentatu .i. vinculorum (gl. necessitate) Wb. 25a22 . masa écendatu (ecentu, v.l.) tuc air a dénum, Jn. Celt. Stud. ii 124 § 5 . Cf. in corp... do shaerad dona hecentadaib talmandaib i mmbí , PH 5995 .

1 glé

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I adj. clear, plain, evident: gl. liquido, Ml. 3a2 . gle glan ┐ glé gleithach, LL 395a13 = gleithech, Thr. Ir. Gl. § 9 . gle .i. glan, Stowe Gl. 423 . in bríathar ... is diuit et is glé, Wb. 17b4 . ni pi glæe ... anadchither tri themel, 12c12 . is glé limsa rombia buáid (gl. non quasi in incertum), 11a10 . is glae thegdais 'tis a fair house, Thes. ii 292.17 . glē la cāch ... ba for teithed luid C. remiseom it seemed evident to everyone ..., TBC-I¹ 1260 ; 569 . fo glé ra Nathcrantail (= ba doic la, St.), TBC-LL¹ 1956 . g.¤ lim it is clear to me, Fél. Ep. 494 . is gle is deimin, Hib. Min. 162 . do cheim glan gle, IT i 123.5 . geimreadh gaothmar glé `windy, glistening winter,' Ériu iii 148 § 4 . hallud ... | bói fora chrannaib glee, v 212.109 . co ceill ngle with clear sense, CCath. 7 . Used adverbially: glé no laiged isin ngeim, LU 644 ; 8650 . SR 1695 . gais gluassa gle, RC xx 252.11 (ACC). Of sound: acallais L. co glé, LU 3435 , ( SCC 20 ). Compar. ba soillsiu ┐ ba gleu gothuib doine, Ériu ii 100 § 8 . Fig. famous (?): terna Medb assin chath gle, CRR § 5 . do gléo garb gle, TBC-LL¹ 1657 . Cf. mo c[h]obrad frit ni hinglæ `my discourse ... not unrenowned,' Fianaig. 16.20 . Of intellect clear-headed (?): do duine temen is glē | bat cara bat cocēle, ZCP vi 268 § 14 . good, pleasing: gle limsa ... | bethu bocht is bith m'oenor, RC xx 252 § 53 (ACC Comm.). Common in chevilles: comal ṅ-gle, TBC-LL¹ 484 . monor ṅglē, Hy. i 37 . rūathar nglē, ZCP viii 116 § 4 . torruimh nglé, Laws i 288.28 Comm.

In Compds. bright, clear, pure, or intensive utter, complete (cf. similar use of Eng. `sheer').

(a) With nouns or adjj. ¤alt clear speech , SR 7659 ; .i. glain-innsce, O'Cl. ¤binn clear-melodious: gair na Gairbhe glebinne, Anecd. ii 23 § 1 . SG 24.26 . ¤bindius, ZCP iv 468 § 10 . ¤borb very vehement: grod-greasa ... gle-borba, MR 238.7 . ¤brath: robui nech díb 'coa glebrath clearly betraying , SR 7704 . ¤bréc pure falsehood: dremm in galair glé-bréce, Metr. Dinds. iii 72.80 . ¤chaíned loud lamentation: ar glechaíned ngním, KMMisc. 255 § 19 . ¤chert evidently right (?), SR 3574 , 3244 . ¤dall, IGT Decl. ex. 1929 . ¤dána very daring , SG 356.11 . ¤dedóil clear dawn , Metr. Dinds. iii 262.42 . AFM ii 644.21 . ¤denn bright-hued: fross martir már nglédenn, Fél. Feb. 1 . co glasmuir glēdend, Fianaig. 32.17 . RC xiii 466 § 77 . Anecd. i 58 § 70 . AFM ii 752.12 (poem). ¤deoin free will (?), Leb. Gab.(i) i 112.12 ; 124.6 . ¤dered the very end, SG 353.9 . ¤druimm bare back: co croicnib día ṅglédrommaib, SR 5560 . ¤duaibsech very dreadful: i n-gaistédaib gle-duaibsecha, MR 318.1 . ¤gasta: gruadha ... glegasta ` brilliant ,' Cog. 42.20 . ¤gel pure white: co culpaitib glégelaib, LU 1971 ( FA 4 ). RC xxvi 140.16 . TBC-LL¹ 5177 . tarb gle-gel, PH 7178 . ¤glan pure white, absolutely clean: i[n] dara huair di ba clam | ind uair aile ba gléglan, SR 3820 ; 7402 . Of sounds: guth gléghlan gaircce, BS 102.z . (BS²2nd ed. 1547). ¤graimm clear authority (?) (: éraim), SR 1467 . ¤lomm completely bare: mōel a cend uile ... co mmbī glēlomm, Corm. Y 1091 . ¤maisech, Fianaig. 86.4 . ¤medón the very middle: i ngle-medón gemel, Metr. Dinds. i 6.14 . go glémhedhon Geraltach, AFM v 1664.25 . TD 16.6 . ¤mer utterly mad (?), Rawl. 77a19 . ¤meth utter decay (?): a glé-meth nó a gair-sécle, `quick decay ,' Metr. Dinds. iii 230.64 . ¤molad clear praise: grés glé-molta, iv 24.30 . ¤nathir (of the rod changed into a serpent), SR 3856 . ¤nocht stark-naked: fon chlaidiub g., SR 7312 ; 1358 . ¤phudar manifest blunder: riasan gliaphudair, Auraic. 2040 . ¤phudrach manifestly blundering , 2048 . ¤rann a fair division: dorigni hÉssu in glérainn (sic leg.), SR 5164 . co nglé-raind, Metr. Dinds. iii 262.33 . ¤rath clear grace (?), SR 618 . Gorm. 17 . ¤thend: bendaigim é go gléthend ` heartily ,' BCC § 137 . ¤tholl pierced through: beid cassa is lāma loma | ... glētholla, ACL iii 239 § 22.

(b) With vbs. ¤loitid utterly destroys: vn. crícha bur nGall do gléloit, IGT Decl. ex. 681.

II As neut. subst. clearness, brightness: du thabairt doraid du glé, Thes. ii 294 § 8 . glē n-imrall a clearing of errors, Arch. Hib. ii 61 § 38 ( LL 183a21 ). gle cluíne, Bürgschaft § 60 . co ṅgle glanleir, SR 114 . buan a gle `lasting its brightness,' RC xxiv 284.9 . ard a ngle, 184.y . ? To this: uair ba faith, fri glea scél | uamun Déa mac n-Israhél, SR 399.

indas

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Forms: indas, innas, indus, ionnas, n-indas, indassa, hindus, hindsa

n u, n. later m. vn. of in-fét, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii § 722 . n s. indas, Wb. 33c9 . innas, LU 3453. indus, TBC-I¹ 327. ionnas, Ó Bruad. i 124.3 . a s. ar n-indas , Wb. 15b13 . ? g s. indassa (gl. quantummodo), Ml. 61b2 . d s. dá hindus , KMMisc. 194 § 9. ? n p. inna hindsa , Laws v 434.1 .

? Orig. meaning, account .

I

(a) manner, kind, nature, appearance, condition: ised inso a indas ind ḟir `this is the kind of the man,' Wb. 33c9 . is ed indas ind fir seo átrebfea hi tabernacuil dé, Ml. 36a19 . is tabartha do airi indus in cheneōil cosatīagam `the character of the tribe,' TBC-I¹ 327. rait ōn rota i mmbï a hinas in which it is its character to live, Corm. Y 1112. cosmail innas a gaile | fri Coin Culaind Murtheimne, LU 4558. ba cumung dano cid ar indus in a way ?, 10582 . intan doecat na hindso so `when these conditions arise,' Laws v 128.19 . crand n-Alab ... samailter a indas fri deilb nduine, Ériu ii 118.1 . ticc úair a n-ionnus taidhbhsi `in fashion like a wraith,' ix 4.43 . combái dá hindus cach blad | acht in t-im[b]as 'na aenar `her condition had every [gift of] fame, save ...,' KMMisc. 194 § 9. atchaoi gan cleasuigheacht a hionnas | nach feoidhfidh go fóill im ghoile its nature, Ó Bruad. ii 188.19 . ? To this: ro gab Dond do sin leith aile | iar n-urd innaiss (: irrais), Todd Nenn. 248.2 . romolus Dál Cais ... ní fúar indus da n-écnach `I found no occasion to revile them,' Metr. Dinds. iii 310.82 . dá madh ionnus é d'iarraidh | ní iarraid na hOirghiallaigh `even were it feasible to claim it,' TD 9§ 37.

(b) method, way: ní fhuil ... spring i nglas ná watch ... nach fuil ionnas a n-innill ag Nóiris that N. is not able to adjust, Ó Bruad. ii 234.4 .

? To this, an attempt, estimate ?: `is doraid an nuidi' Dobēr indus fair I shall make an attempt at it ?, TBC-I¹ 378 = indass LU, ardmes LL.

(c) Folld. by noun in gen., like: an buinne bríoghmhar ionnas taoide the vigorous youth like a tide, Ó Bruad. iii 146.11 . ionnas an achta lear tachtadh an t-uan, 170.3 .

(d) fo indas in the manner of, like: roboi coróin ordha fa cenn fa indus ríg, D IV 2, 72rb8 . is fírien tra fuan indassin tabart diglae foraibsom `in accordance with that condition,' Ml. 74c20 . dorat tár fon n-indas-sin forsin cóiced n-uile, ScM. § 14. is foan n-indussin rogab into saltair, Hib. Min. 222. roáinius fon indus cetna doridisi, PH 1560.

II Used adverbially:

(a) tráth ba lethmarb ind innas sin, LU 9074. tuitfimit-ni in n-indas cétna, Mer. Uil. 187. is frecra ailgen ... in indus-sa do-rat Ísu for diabul súnd, PH 4813. oir ni bad maith e innus ele `for it is not good any other way,' Rosa Angl. 114.6 . ni biam indas ndochraid we shall not be (i.e. act) in a disgraceful manner, Anecd. v 3.6 .

(b) Folld. by rel. clause:

(i) as, how, so that: rofessursa indas nombiedsi `I shall know how ye are,' Wb. 9a21 . tuucthar ... indas fograigte inna duli `the way in which the elements sound,' Ml. 42c2 . gnímu cosmaili du denum du christ indas as-nda-fiadam-ni dundarigni `such as we declare that He did,' 93d14 . a denam indus bu dligthige in a more lawful way, Laws v 158.26 Comm. rohordaigset indas no roindfitis crō ┐ dībad how they would divide, Ériu i 214.6 . am mebrachsa ... indus robas indte cosin n-uair-se ┐ indus bether indti béos co bráth, iv 138.17-18 . co na gabat a chomorbus-som indus as díngbala doib, PH 4247. bui diabul oc a thur indus no mellfad se Adam, Todd Lect. iii 50.8 . co fesed Petar indus bud cóir aircisecht don foirind dogéntais imarbus, PH 3180.

(ii) cía indas how, in what manner: décaid a eredig ┐ a arma cia indas rundgabsat, Ml. 55c1 . cindas rainnfither in mucc ? ... cīa indas ... acht a rrann ar chomramaib ?, ScM. § 6. cip indus bes trá a torrachtain ... cugum `however his coming to me may be,' TTebe 3707 . See cindas.

(c) indas ... co ... so that , indas ... nach so that ... not (generally consecutive folld. by indic., but somet. final folld. by subj. and later by condit.): rachad ar lar na n-allmurach indas co tuiti dream eigin dibh lium no no co tuiter-sa leo-san, CF 99. don ochtmad asna ... doronta Eua, indus co m[b]ad cutruma do hi, Todd Lect. iii 48.12 . coroin imma cenn do spínan ghel a comhcruaidh sin indus cur rith fuil a chind rena agaid `so hard that ...,' Maund. § 15. tuittfit na sleibhti ann innus co mbet aird ar aird frisna glenntaib so that they will be level with ..., RC xxviii 312 § 11. ni fuaradar an riaruighadh (sic) mar búdh mían leo, ionnus gur sgaoil an tárm ... `and therefore the army broke up,' Rel. Celt. ii 166.11 . innas nach tibred a athair aichni ar a mac so that a father would not know his son, Cog. 198.14 . guidhidh ionnus nach biadh bhar dteitheadh san gheimhreadh ná san Sabbóit, TSh. 4114. ionnas nach rachadh an chuid-se da foircheadal ... faoi lár, Donlevy xv 11 . ionnus na boicht sháiseóchar leis sin, go nguidhdís Dia so that the poor ... may pray God, TSh. 3963. guidh arna marbhaibh, ionnus an tan bhiaid san bheathaidh mharthanaigh nach tugdaois faill ar guidhe ar do shon, 4981 . ionnas ar buile nach biadh `lest she should go mad,' Ó Bruad. ii 120.17 . as ... go: as go mbeith sé cosmhuil rinde, Carswell² 14.451 . as go madh ēidir leō, Carswell² 21.684 . as go bfētfamaois ar dtoile peacthacha do mharbhadh, Carswell² 39.1322 .

rait

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Forms: raid, raid, roid

? d Celtica ix 164 .

n name of a shrub, bog-myrtle ? losa feada, raith, rait, aiteand, Laws iv 148.1 . raid, Auraic. 1157 = rait, 4252 , 5926 . ? rait ōn rota i mmbī a hinas (i.e. from the bog-soil in which it grows?), Corm. Y 1112 . forball ratho, | raited (?) (MS. raitiud), aíne 'the undergrowth of fern, of bog-myrtle, of reeds' Celtica ix 158.68 . raid, roid, Dinneen . roid bog-myrtle , Dieckhoff, Gaelic Dict. See 2 roid.

rota

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n io, m. bog-water, bog-stuff : rotta (.i. uisce) . . . ōn derge asberthar, Corm. Y 1107 . rait ōn rota i mmbī a hinas, 1112 (see rait). táes secail ┐ rota ra comled impe, RC xvi 280.25 ( Dinds. 161 ). Bres mac Eladan . . . éc atbath don ruad-rota, LL 127a52 ( MacCarthy 154 § 1 = roda, BB). .ccc. dubṡesra di rotu rotaide monad, LL 169a33 = tri cét duibsesra do rodo ruad mōna, RC xv 439.16 ( Dinds. 46 ). ro fothraicit . . . for dubrodae, ib. 10 . g s. ropo domna trota trá | ól rota i rricht ind lomma, LL 11a40 = roda, Leb. Gab.(i) i 180.12 . A bog, marsh : Femen cid sescand cose, | ocus cid rota Raigne, Metr. Dinds. iv 306.26 .