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aisnéis

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aisnéis or dil.ie/2507
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Forms: aisndís, faisnéis, -i, áisndís, aisndís, aisṅdís, aisṅdeis, aisṅdíis, aisndís, aisṅdís, aisndísen, aisṅdísen, aisdísen, aisṅdís, aisndís, aisndis, aisṅdísin, aisndisnea, asṅdisnea, aisndisen

n O. Ir. aisndís. n, f. (see GOI § 730 ). Later also faisnéis f. (g s. and n p. -i), IGT Decl. § 13 . Vn. of as-indet. IGT Verbs § 83 . n s. áisndís, Ml. 14d3 . aisndís, 44c30 . aisṅdís, 94b3 ; Sg. 59b7 . aisṅdeis, Sg. 161b3 . a s. aisṅdíis, Wb. 12d20 . aisndís, Ml. 145c8 . aisṅdís, 145c9 . g s. aisndísen, Ml. 40d18 . aisṅdísen, Sg. 203a4 . aisdísen, 198a10 . d s. aisṅdís, Wb. 27a8 . aisndís, Ml. 64d2 . aisndis, 126b1 . n p. aisṅdísin, Sg. 3b23 . a p. aisndisnea, Ml. 24b5 , 35b20 . asṅdisnea, 51d2 . g p. aisndisen, Ml. 64d2 .

(a) act of relating, telling, explaining; narration, explanation: cid glicc . . . oc aisṅdís, Wb. 27a8 . ni comadas du aisndís inna mmaraisndisenso acht in spirut noib, Ml. 64d2 . aisndís is tri chaingnímu rosegar . . . ind hires, 14c19 . cid écen áisndís do neuch as doraid coleir, 14d3 . aisṅdis dind fortacht durat dia do, 40b8 . hond aisndís gl. præfatu, 51c3 . huan aisndís gl. adnuntiatione sua, 42d10 . tre aisndéis sechmodachti, Trip.² 21 `a declaration of the past', Trip. isam ómun ar a a.¤ , LU 5349 (TBC). is fota fri haisnis is tophlíúin menman, 7913 . ní h-adlicgi . . . / a ḟasnís (aisnes v.l. St.) do ócaib Ulad, TBC-LL¹ 4769 . táin Bo Cualngni do faisnēis, ACL iii 4.11 . cenco cumhsanaind icca aisneis ria mbrath, Ériu ii 136 § 120 . scrutan screptra aisnis ḟorcitail, LL 371c45 . is rimsa . . . ro hérbad ar eisnéis ┐ a acallaim fíad int ṡlúag `for explanation', Ériu iv 144 § 22 . ger' bdar goacha na haisneisi `though the accounts were mendacious', CCath. 751 . Forus Feasa ar Éireann d'fhaisnéis, Keat. i 2.9 . examhlacht aisneisi, Leb. Gab.(i) 2.14 . ar Mac nDé mar fríoth faisnéis tidings , Dán Dé vi 6 . scél .i. moladh no a.¤ , Ériu xiii 77 § 223 .

Of pronunciation: inna aisṅdísen dochuirde .i. dochrud leo .n. indiad .m. `of the difficult pronunciation', Sg. 203a4 . derbaisṅdísin .i. derbḟogir gl. ipsae pronuntiationes, 3b23 . Of a biblical passage or saying: is he . . . leth ataībe an aisnesea la Matha, RC xlvi 233.25 . Of a type of satire: cis lir fodla aire . . . a tri .i. aisneis ┐ ail ┐ aircetal aisneis . . . indisiu tria hainsimh cen chuidbus, BB 299a6 ( Jn. Celt. Stud. i 201 ). a[t]aat tri fodla for aír .i. aisnéiss, ail, aircital aisnés .i. indessin tria táinsimad cin chuibd[iu]s con n-immdercad grúade, H 3.18, 870 (ib. 211 ). Of a type of metre: cetal na haisnése so sis, IT iii 63 § 125 . In phrase agallaim is faisnes, a metrical fault consisting in addressing and talking about a person in the same stanza: gabh h'eduidh . . . a Chumaill / na legeadh se a luing tar lear (1.) (na leig budh chóir), IGT Metr. Faults §§ 23 , 73 , 120-24 . faisnéis is agalluimh a n-énrann, Introd. 2.27 . lochdach . . . attús chomhfhocuil . . . faisnéis no agalluimh, 24 § 97 . as í an fhaisnéis nach cóir a ttús chomhfhocuil fúaras, do-chíeabh, tiogabh, no a leithéid eile, 28 § 121. Also fresnés go n-a.¤ , see fresndís.

(b) Legal act of giving information, informing (against): má ro innis is fiach faisneisin do . . .manar innis is fiach seillid uadh, Laws iii 104.24 Comm. fiach aisneise[n], O'Dav. 1420 . do'n thi do ni aisneis for in gataidh, Laws v 188.14 Comm. co rub aisneis doberar fair, 324.3 Comm. cutruma ata in fiach aisnesen d'urrad ┐ do deorad . . . don aisneis doniat . . . don aisneis doniter orro, O'Curry 2127 (H 4.22, p. 86). cethre aisnesi (sic leg.) no cethri gne i naí fogra aptha, Laws i 282.31 Comm. , 284.20 Comm. aire tuise .i. tuisechu i n-urd aisnesin he ina'n t-aire ard prior in right of speech, Laws iii 24.27 Comm. trí fáilte co n-íarduibi: fer tochmairc fer gaite fer aisnéise, Triads 67 . Cf. aigde aisnéise tell-tale faces, Tec. Corm. § 16.8 . In phrase freisneis ┐ a.¤ statement of case (by plaintiff) and answer (by defendant) see fresndís.

amail, amal

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Forms: amail, amal, amál, amail, amaltsa, amlut

Prep. and conj. like, as . Unstressed form of d s. of 1 samail ( GOI § 178 , § 826 . But rhymes and alliterates in classical verse, e.g. IGT Decl. ex. 607 ). As a rule contracted to am̄ in MSS. Archaic amail ( GOI § 168 ) ( Wb. 21c10 , 22c14 , both a prima manu, Críth G. 461 , Hib. Min. 188 ). Usual form in O. Ir. glosses amal ( Wb. 6a30 , 10c12 , Ml. 107c8 , Sg. 217a8 . amál, Thes. i 5.37 ). In later lang. amail. Leniting ( amal chlanda, Ml. 123c8 . amal chon-degam, 107c8 ). Glosses Lat. quasi, Wb. 11a11 , Sg. 9b11 , etc.; sicut, Wb. 2a11 , 6a30 , 14c17 , Ml. 34b6 , etc.; tamquam, Wb. 9a3 , etc.; uelut, Ml. 23c9 ; ut, Wb. 10d19 , 22c14 , Ml. 54a21 .

I As prep. with accus. For forms with suff. pron. see 2 samail. Note also: amaltsa, IT i 72.35 = amal tussu, 18 . amlut, TBC(C) 575 . Later somet. with independent pron.: amal tussu (supra), amhail é, DDána 116.5 . Eventually replaced by mar (see immar): amar (amal, v.l.), TTebe 929 . Cf. amair, Laws ii 202.9 Comm. See Bergin, Ériu xiv 142 . like, as, similar to: amal tuthle no ailsin gl. ut cancer, Wb. 30b13 . ní amal inní asóircc gl. non quasi aërem uerberans, 11a11 . amal nahí nadchrenat gl. tamquam non possedentes, 10b7 . amal in n-altain gl. sicut rasorium, Ml. 72b8 . amal in lochairnn ṅaḟfracdai gl. quasi lanterna, Sg. 24a16 . amal inna anman asrubartmar `like the nouns', 188a29 . amal na heliu, 9b2 . amál chócúll dercon no chno, Thes. i 5.37 . amal nathracha bodra sicut , 485.19 ( Tur. 11 ). amal airig ndésa, Críth G. 367 . intan mbete renna nime amail éscai ┐ éscai amail gréin, Ériu ii 200.18 . amal firu cathacha, Trip.² 803 . feil . . . docuiridar echdar corgus . . . amail chaindech `the feast of a saint that falls outside Lent, as for instance Cainnech's', Mon. Tall. 135.2 (§ 22) . amhuil a cinaidh féin `like his own crime', Laws iv 88.8 Comm. nocha tánic amail a samla . . . nocha tánic . . . buiden amail a lethide, Celt. Rev. ii 220.26 (omission before first amail?). amal aig n-allaid, TTebe 1881 . amhail gach nduine oile, TSh. 254 . With dat. amal ruithnib grene, TBFr. p. 15 § 3 . amhail cherdcadaiph, BNnÉ 71 § 123 .

In phr. amal sin, so, ṡodain thus, so, in that case see 1 sin, 1 so, 1 suide.

II As conj., freq. but not invariably with follg. nasalizing rel. clause ( GOI § 498 , § 505 ).

(a) As comparative conj. with verb in indic. as, like as: amal ṅguidess athir a macc gl. tamquam pater filios deprecantes, Wb. 24d19 . amal fondrodil in coimdiu do chách gl. sicut diuisit Dominus, 10a11 . amal nonda thorisse frissintectairecht gl. tamquam misericordiam consecutus sum, 10a28 . amal nát anse dúib, 17c11 . amal arindchrin dǽ ┐ asindbail gl. uice fumi, Ml. 57a10 . amal nach fuar fessin inneuch, 57d3 . amal as toísegiu grián . . . ┐ is laithe foilsigedar . . . sic is toissigiu, etc., 85b11 . amal as inna ngnimae gl. ut a sé profecto iure factorum, 17b3 . amal is na nassar gl. sicut Assiriorum, 54a22 . amal ṅ-dond-foirde ainmm `as a noun signifies it', Sg. 26b12 . amal addaas `as it is', Ériu ii 144 § 159 . amal as n-airdirc clearly, Trip.² 2066 . ro chí fora muime amal is bés do naídenaib, 115 . amail nach dentar dia domnaich `just as such things are not done on a Sunday', Mon. Tall. 148.3 (§ 55) . amail bis mes in feóir in ḟamfucht (sic) fa i ngemfucht `according to the appraisement of the grass in the hot or in the cold season', Laws iv 146.15 Comm. dligidh . . . / a bhrondadh amhail chuinghes, ZCP viii 109.13 . dobérthar . . . dia tuca tinnscra amal asbérthar, TBFr. 177 . as-bert in so huile amal rom-múin dó in fer, BDD² 168 . amail indises canóin, ZCP viii 114.2 . amail ba bes di . . . `as was her wont', RC vi 175.1 . amhail thógaibhthear an cháith uas an ghrán, Desid. 2918 . In later lang. combined with ┐, mar: amhuil ┐ chromas an géadh a cheann, Desid. 1923 . amhail mar stiúrionn ┐ mar oibrighionn siad, Corp. Astron. xxiv 10 . amhail ┐ mar atá, 2.7 . amhail mar do rinne Iudas, Donlevy 254.13 .

Folld. by second member of comparison (as . . . so): amal nondubcairimse carad cách uaibsi alaile gl. eandem caritatem habentes, Wb. 23c12 . amal nád robe . . . ní bia, 1d2 . amal as corp do crist æclesia is corp mulier uiro , 22c13 . amal as ndian . . . mbis is denithir sin . . ., Ml. 57c12 . amal durigni . . . dogena . . . `as He has done . . . so also will He do', 50d10 . amal fōides in naingel . . . doróiter dún . . . `as he sent the angel . . . may he be sent to us,' Thes. ii 304.1 (Hy. i). amal soite a shlúaig úad soid a grád ┐ a gráin for cúlu, ZCP xi 86 § 45 . With follg. clause introduced by an adv. (samlaid, etc.): amal nadngaib lius di suidiu is samlid insin nisgaib som lius di . . . , Ml. 34b6 . amal rombói ingnae cáich is samlid . . ., 26b8 . amal fongníter ídil síc fogníther donaib ánib, Wb. 27b9 . amál nád ṅdéni neutur dindí as tiberis . . . síc ní déni, Sg. 63a17 . amuil is etarbach grech na cno faisi cen torad aici is amlaidh is etarbach na neiche sin do denam, Laws iv 36.17 Comm. amal do-rala . . . thall . . . is amlaid do-rala sund, PH 146 . amail adcondarcais misi co granna . . . ar tús ┐ alaind fadeoid, is amlaid sin in flaithius, RC xxiv 200.17 . amail teit . . . is amhlaidh sidhe as . . . so, Stair Erc. 499 . amal is e cet lá na sechtmaine in domnach . . . is amal-sin . . . is e is ochtmad lá . . ., PH 3585 . After compar.: is mesu andas amuil robui, Laws iv 156.12 Comm. do badh líonmhaire da n-édálaibh . . . inás amhail ro fhédsat a ttiomáin, Hugh Roe 88.8 (fo. 23b) . bá moa a n ainm ┐ a n oirdearcus inas amhail tangattar, AFM v 1848.z .

In PH with ellipse of verb. (cf. the Lat. construction): co mbí in t-í dobeir hí i n-a shímontaig amal in t-í gabus, 7595 . do thabairt ascad amal rig do as (on) a king, 2838 . fofhuaras duine amal mo chride a man after my own heart, 6479 . Prob. also in: me-si tra amal mo brathri tindnacimm mo chorp . . ., 6640 . Note also: amal alanaile ndoine gl. ut caeterorum, Ml. 54a21 , a literal transl. of the Lat.

(b) With impf. subj. in meaning as if, as though (in this constr. not as a rule followed by rel. clause, see OIPG 209 ): ro pridchad dúib céssad Críst amal ad-cethe `Christ's passion has been preached to you as though it were seen', Wb. 19b6 . is amal bid fri Crist frisorthe `it is as though ye offended against Christ', 10c12 . amal ninfessed cách et ronfitir calléic gl. sicut qui ignoti et cognoti, 16a2 . amal ni bimmis cutrummi frib gl. quasi non pertinguentes, 17b16 . amal ni cuimsimmis a denum gl. quasi [nos] infirmi fuerimus in hac parte, 17c18 . amal ni risinse do bar cosc si gl. tamquam non uenturus sim ad uos, 9a19 . amal nombemmis érchóilti gl. tamquam morti destinatos, 9a3 . amal fid a fondamtis gl. quasi longam famem passi `as (though) it were when they suffered', Ml. 34b11 . amal bid do íc a galair gl. velut in doloris solacium, 23c9 . amal bid ind aimsir feisin, Sg. 188a26 . amal ni bed ad and, 217a8 . amal bith do chonsain, amal as ṅ-dí `as though it were to a consonant, (or) as it is to it', 9b11 . amal bid oc caíned in guḟorgaill, Trip.² 87 . no lastais in aidche amal betis ruithni gréni, TBFr. 27 . amal ní acced is ní cloath ní `as if he saw not and heard not anything', Ériu iii 104 § 40 . amhoil búdh fear fiadhoigh thú, Desid. 3183 . With condit.: amhail do bhiadh gráin . . . aca air, TSh. 4255 . Later a.¤ ┐: amhuil ┐ do bheith riachtanas aguinne réna seirbhís, Desid. 5244 . The following may be elliptical, but could also be referred to I: otconnairc a gnúis amal aingel as (though it had been that of) an angel, PH 1313 . ni hairmither amal duin-orcuin do sin it is not counted as manslaughter, 4208 . atchīam-ne tú amail catharda díless hi neim, BColm. 106.6 . amal tofunn dotṡéstae as though it were a pursuit wherewith thou wert pursued, Ériu i 200 § 25 (supply bid?).

(c) As temporal conj. expressing simultaneousness, while, when: amal immind-ráitset con-accatar F. cuccu `as they were talking about it they saw F. coming towards them', Thes. ii 241.11 (Ardm.). amal batar ann . . . co n-accatar in tene, Trip.² 445 . amail notreigtis addurtaig `when they left the oratory', Mon. Tall. 132.12 (§ 12) . amal atib in dig nirbo chumain laiss F., LU 4030 ( SCC 48 ). amal batar and . . . ico'n ol, PH 76 . amal itcualae . . . H. . . . . a beth i n-oentuma, 834 .

(d) As explicative conj. with adverbial force how, in what state, manner; how in sense of (the fact) that: bá foderc dó . . . amal ro both and how things were there, LU 8219 ( FB 16 ). a scrutan i n-a menmain amal doragad airi, 8223 (17). ni chumaic . . . innisin inna n-airecht sin amal itát what they are like, 1997 ( FA 6 ). indēsad dáib madh āil libh / amhail fūaradar oidhidh how they died, ZCP viii 119 § 1 . atchifet amal digeltar forru, PH 2806 . tabhair an taiplis don tigh / gu faicmis amhail imrid, IGT Decl. ex. 607 . do ordaigh Tairrdelbach . . . do lucht túaisceirt amal no raghdais dia taig, RC xviii 55.1 (Tig.). ro indis in echtra ┐ amail dochuadar for iar[r]aid usci, xxiv 202.4 . innister dó amhail ro escain Espuc E. . . . in fled, MR 24.18 .

(e) Doubtfully causal in: amal is i lóu bad sochrud ar n-imthecht gl. sicut in die honeste ambulemus 'since it is in the day', Wb. 6a30 . amal is tre bar tabirtsi dochum nirisse gl. sicut et uos nostra (gloria) . . ., 14c17 . In both cases the use of amal is no doubt due to the Lat. sicut. Possibly also: amail is tre metur ro cet in chantaice, Hib. Min. 6.188 .

Miswritten (am̄) for amlaid (aml—) in: is amal ro-batar in corp ┐ in cend oc tepersain fola, PH 1881 . is amal bói I. oc ernaigthi, 2202 . is amal fo-s-gébtái it é eroslacthi, 3753 .

In IGT Introd. 2.14 , 33.6 in phrase samhlughadh amhuil of adjectives in -amuil derived from nouns.

díscrútain

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Forms: díscrútan

adj (scrútain) inscrutable: do doenib discrutain (.i. ba hannsa do doenib scrutan a gnima som), ACC § 84 (RC xx 266 ). ar do deacht d.¤ , BLism. 52b2 . a scela d' indisin | is disceoil discrudain, Lec. 344b40 (see ZCP x 38 ). drong discrútain do demnaib past discerning, innumerable, FA 28 . Also díscrútan: doss dess, dian degduine d.¤ hua nDuind, RC xxix 211 . díscrútan a chomrama cechlaiter co brath (`the enumeration of his triumphs'), ib.

dliged

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Forms: dlíged, dligeth, dleged, dligid, dligud, dliguth, ndliged, dligetha, dligeda, dliged, dliged, dligedaib, dligedib, dlige, dligid, dligid, dliged, dligetha, dligedaib

n o, n. n a s. dlíged, Wb. 10d16 , 19 . dligeth, Sg. 26b7 . dleged, Ml. 50d2 . g s. dligid, Wb. 3c7 , 13a29 . d s. dligud, 5d8 . Ml. 19d10 . Sg. 71a6 . dliguth, 26b7 . frisa ndliged , Wb. 23c11 . a pl. dligetha, Wb. 6a23 ; 13a29 . dligeda, Ml. 35b1 . dliged, 18c11 . g pl. dliged, 35b17 . d pl. dligedaib, Ml. 16b6 . dligedib, Sg. 193b6 . Later often dlige.

Charles-Edwards, Celtica xxiv 75-78 , proposes the following ordering for the O.Ir. senses: I (a) an individual’s entitlement, right. (i) a right in respect of fair contract as opposed to naidm ‘binding surety’. (ii) name of the second of the five paths to judgement chosen by a plaintiff who is the creditor in a contract, whereas the third path, cert, is chosen by someone arguing that the terms of a contract were unfair, Cóic Con. § 8-9 (R/E Recension) . (iii) Of the judicial settlement of a claim which follows upon the defendant’s decision to accept legal process, the right as upheld by a judicial verdict. Hence (iv) rightful state or condition. (b) (collectively) body of rights. (c) thing or action to which someone is entitled; debt, obligation. (d) g s. as attrib.: rightful. (e) As adverb: rightfully. II (Latin usage) (a) = ratio: (i) calculation (ii) argument (iii) reason (iv) grammatical process, mode or method of forming derived (v) rational order, intelligible structure (b) = sententia or dictum (sometimes ‘correct statement’ in contrast to toimtiu ‘wrong opinion’). (c) = intellectus . To which add (d) form: amal rochumtaig thall i céttustin na ndúl na curpu dermara den dligud nemaicside ┐ den dligud nemchorptha ro techtsat co hinchlithe intib na dúli dia ro tusmidea na cu[i]rp sin '… as He (God) had fashioned then in the primal creation of all the elements the vast bodies from the invisible form and from the incorporeal form which the elements out of which those bodies were generated possesed latent within them' Medium Ævum lxxviii 219 (LU 2598, Scéla na esérgi) .

I In O.Ir. Glosses in various senses of the Lat. ratio which it freq. glosses or translates ( Wb. 5d8 , cf. 24b21 , Ml. 19d1 , 27d7 , 54a4 , 111c17 , Sg. 40a7 , 61a9 , 63a9 , 75a1 , 181a8 , BCr. 3c ). Transl. ius, Ml. 98c8 , cf. Sg. 11b2 ; dictum, Ml. 35b1 . Acr. 6a1 . placitum ( maxim, rule ), Sg. 7b9 .

(a) In sense of Lat. ratio, guiding principle, law, or theory (regarded as basis of belief or action): iár ṅdligud hirisse gl. secundum rationem fidei, Wb. 5d8 . ni fel nech lasa mbed d.¤ remdeicsen do dechrugud etir maithi ┐ olcu, Ml. 19d2 . d.¤ buithe in boicht fo mam int sommai the principle that the poor should be under the yoke of the rich, 27d7 . ba nephimmaircide nad techtadsom d.¤ coimdemnachtae isnaib dulib doforsat gl. ut nihil iuris haberet in his quae ipse consederat, 17b6 . conna biad d.¤ n-erchissechta la dia gl. miserationis ius, 98c8 . ní coméicnigedar na d.¤ insin gl. nulla ratione cogente, Sg. 61a9 . ní chen d.¤ a nephdiall gl. non absque ratione non declinatur, 75a1 . do chloud in dligid sin view, theory, gl. ad huiusmodi depellendum errorem, Ml. 56b16 .

Hence (b) principle, rule, norm ; common in Sg. of laws of grammar, etc.: d.¤ lechtha .n. post .m. the law of the liquidation of n after m, Sg. 11b2 . d.¤ nihelsa rule of nullity, 14a2 . conforcmat d.¤ inna ṅdiuite so that they (components) preserve the law of uncompounded words, 21b4 . a nd.¤ cruthaigtheo genitensa this norm of forming the genitive, 113b3 . d.¤ rimae law of calculating, 181a8 . ised slánd.¤ salto, noichtiche col-leuth du árim i n-éscu the sound law of the leap (gl. salva ratione), BCr. 3c . dlighi gl. rhetorica, Ir. Gl. 87 .

(c) dictum, authoritative statement: ni ed a met demnigmi-ni ar ndligeda ho testimnib screptaire gl. dicta nostra, Ml. 35b1 . ní fail ní nád tái mo dligeth-sa fair (Priscian is the speaker), Sg. 26b7 . inna dligeda anúas roráitsem, Thes. ii 2.34 ( Acr. 6a1 ). dofuit im lín chéin d.¤ ndoraid, Thes. ii 293.21 (SP ii). atta ni forsatæt a nd.¤ sa which supports this statement (that David alone sang the psalms), Hib. Min. 5.149 . More loosely of a statement or saying in general: adrimfem . . . cech n-oin d.¤ fil in psalmis , Ml. 14d5 . trisna dligeda mrechtnichti inna aisndissen `varied expressions', 44d11 . 76a13 .

(d) reason, argument: n-armtar (sic leg.) condegdligedaib dia frithtuidecht with good reasons to oppose them gl. his obiectionibus . . . poterint armari, Ml. 16b6 . ata d.¤ ann there is reason for it, PH 5207 . ata ni do dligudh and, Anecd. ii 17.8 . in dligedchetil so gl. ratiocinationis, ZCP vii 480 ( Enchir. Aug. 71a ).

(e) reckoning, computation (?): intan as conguin dligid hua dligud ailiu `the violation of a reckoning by another reckoning' gl. de ratione (computation, referring to calendar), Sg. 181a8 .

(f) nature, condition, kind, manner: ní ó ógai tantum acht is . . . ó dligud lanamnasa the lawful state (?) of matrimony, Thes. ii 3.34 . is he sin dlige (leg. dliged) demin tresa tanic an imagin-se Crist . . . co Siria, PH 232 .

II Hence law in wide sense, of a prescript, code, or tradition based on authority of some kind and demanding obedience; `both law in general and a subjective legal right', Críth G. p. 84 . See also Cóic Con. 8 , Stud. in E. Ir. Law 13 , 16 . duni conái dligid (= dliged?) Dé, SR 449 . iar ndligud Dé, 4447 . dliged a n-ecailse, 4920 . iar ndliged rechta Moysi, PH 5110 . comedait d.¤ na fírinde diada, 4063 . iar ndligud chardessa no chondalbais according to the law of gossipred or relationship, RC xxv 248 . is do chóicid Connacht iar ndlighed roindi coicid in ferann sin according to the law of the division of a province (or in sense I (f) above ?), RC xxiv 186 . Esp. of civil law: ata i ndlige na fēine buachaill oc cach cethra it is (enacted) in the law of the F. that, Laws iv 96.22 . issed adeir dligedh this is what the law says, 48.9 Comm. dlighe frithe the legal regulations regarding waifs, v 336.9 Comm. fail lim d.¤ is damna, | senchas sliged sóer-Banba ` legal lore ', Metr. Dinds. iii 278 . ní mheasaim go bhfuil cine . . . is mó do bhiadh umhal do dhlighe ionáid Éireannaigh dá roinnti comhthrom an dhlighidh riú, Keat. iii 5751 . gur chumadar dlighthe . . . dhóibh féin contrárdha do dhlighthibh . . . na hanma, TSh. 2929 . reacht, dlighe, Eg. Gl. 520 . fear dlighidh lawyer , Hy Fiach. 50 . dochtúirí an dlighidh, Luke v 17 . dliged Canona, AU 1336 . saoi foircthe isin dá dhligheadh .i. ciuil ┐ canóin, Hy Fiach. 74 . ard maighistir dlighid nua ┐ sendlighidh hi lex ┐ canoin, ALC i 600.x = ardmhaighistir dlighidh nuifhiadnaisi ┐ shenreachta, AFM iii 526 . ? isin cet bliadin den dlegaid in the first year of the (penitential) rule (i.e. of my life as an incluse), MacCarthy 15 . Passing into sense of judgement or jurisdiction: (Michael) is e dobera d.¤ tar cend na noem ┐ na fhiren il-lou bratha, PH 6272 . lá an dlighidh (i.e. Doomsday ), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxv 6 . ro cuireadh dliccheadh fair go ro daoradh dochum báis, AFM vi 1906 . ina mbáoi fo dliccheadh ó Bhoinn co Comar all who were subject to the laws (of England), v 1730 . adubhairt nach rabhadur sin fa na ndlighe féin, Gadelica 234 ( PCT 1746 ). Cf. also: do bhreith fhiledh craoi Cuinn | do bhí a ndlighedh í Dhomhnaill subject to O'D. (?), Book of O'Conor Don 182b5 . In sense of abstract justice, right: fir ┐ d.¤ (sic leg.), cert ┐ techta, Cóic Con. 15 § 1 ( Laws i 258.19 ). intí tí a seilbh gan d.¤ unlawfully , iv 270.24 Comm. damad cinnte leis na demtha d.¤ do, 4.14 Comm. nírbo cam in d.¤ (of a just retribution), Corm. Y 698 . g s. as attrib.: a fer dligid her lawful husband, Wb. 3c7 . co cétmunteras dligid, Críth G. 339 . ma daime dáil ndligid dún, Ériu vii 227 § 64 .

III What is lawful or incumbent, duty, obligation . Cf. Ml. 54a4 : is d.¤ leu tabart inna fochaide foraib they deem it a law that (gl. ratione patientes). arna dich cách assa dligud i nadaltras lest everyone go out of his duty, Wb. 9d24 . d.¤ cach epscoip so (gl. cuius . . . opus est scire, etc.), RC viii 367 . is é d.¤ na mban beth i tāi, Anecd. v 23 n. 13 . Cf. further: ni bit i ndligud fri nech, ni bi nech a ndligudh friu they are indebted to nobody (?), Laws i 206.6 Comm. (or in meaning V?). As pred., is d.¤ (dom) it is right (for me), it is (my) duty: mar so is dligedh a radha .i. mui[n], etc. this is the right way to say it, Corm. Y 850 . is ed ba d.¤, fer grāid cecha chille, Ériu i 220 § 16 . BB 192a35 . is dligead duit an féar-sa do cur ar t'altaib, O'Gr. Cat. 294.27 . atáit ceithre féilti . . . ana dligeadh do parráisdeach tiacht chum eagailsi, 318.14 . adeir Ipocras gurab dligedh don liaigh beth co hinntleachtach (= oportet . . .), 23 P 10, 10a1 . Often in combination with dír: is dír ┐ is dlighedh duinn . . . briathra fíri do chantain, CCath. 630 . laidh . . . is dir ┐ is dligeadh d'éicsib d'aisnéis, MR 92.4 . g s. as pred.: ni dluig ┐ ni dligid duit-siu, MR 154.1 . as dior ┐ as dligid do, 264.11 . But in these two exx. perh. simply for dliged.

IV What is right or due (to someone); due, right, prerogative: dlíged sacairt i tempul a priest's right in the temple, Wb. 10d16 . dligetha gl. reddite omnibus debita, 6a23 . cid nodasóera? A ndéis a nd.¤ cach áe according to the legal right of each (of the grades of nobility), Críth G. 319 . fri d.¤ tuise claim to leadership, Cóic Con. 16 § 3 . sreth failsigthi na conaire fugill is d.¤ , 18 § 8 . ? tabair dam inad it churp | iarmo dliged, iarm' intliucht, SR 1154 . ? co n-indised a ndíre ┐ a nd.¤ doib, PH 824 . da n-ícat mo screpul-sa | is mo dlighed, Anecd. ii 34 . ma beith do uaisle ind fhir grāid . . . doformagar a dligid, Ériu i 220 § 15 . nico raga bairgen dot dligiud so you shall not lack a loaf of your due, Anecd. i 11 . caire ainsic . . . .i. iarsinni aisices a d.¤ do gach ae, Corm. Y 361 . With DO: ni gébed Ioseph nach fiach | óna tuathaib acht mad biad . . . dia dligiud (sic leg.: ciniud) do ríg Egept J. would not take any debt . . . of what was due to the king unless paid in provisions, SR 3392 . don laech ucud diar ba dlighed an smior who was entitled to the marrow, MR 70.11 . inní nach dligedh don Rígh . . . ná sír seek not aught that is not due to the king (?), ZCP vii 301 § 13 . In pl.: rofiadaiged ar grádaib ┐ dánaib ┐ dligedaib according to (their) rights (?), TBC-LL¹ 997 . ? ro ordaigh a cuit coir ar dāinib is ar dligedaib . . . do gach duni, Cog. 82 (possibly conditions , cf. I (f) above). Folld. by AR (FOR): asberit conad ferr a nd.¤ forsin righi annāi-si that their right to the realm is better than thine, Marco P. 54 .

V Due, tax, tribute: domeled Clothru dligeda Connacht the tribute of C. (?), LL 125a1 . ba cu comorbu Peaduir . . . teghedh cis ┐ d.¤ Erenn, Ériu vii 244.10 . tuctha císai ┐ dligedai o fheraib domain do rigu na Pers, Alex. 208 . ni thabrum císa na d.¤ do demnaib, 903 . dligheadha righ Ereann, AFM ii 662.13 . dlighe an mhuilinn do thabhairt don tighearna, TSh. 10074 .

VI Faculty of reason (an extension of I (d) above): dlighedh gl. ratio (distinguished from intellectus), Ir. Gl. 879 . ídail cen cheill cin d.¤ , PH 2520 . iar comairle a menman ┐ a dligid, 4745 . ó scrútán inmedonach a ndligid ┐ a n-intliuchta, RC xxv 248 § 28 (LU). amail betis dóine co ndligud aicenta iat (of foxes), LB 127a42 .

VII As vn. of dligid deserving: dia nderna nech . . . gnim gin dliged a oidedha dhe any deed not deserving of death, Marco P. 41 . dia marbthur nech do d.¤ bais (for an offence) deserving death, 51 .

1 eochair, echair

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Forms: eochrach, eochrach, eochrocha, eachracha, eochra

n i, k, f. g s. eochrach, ZCP v 495.25 (17th cent. MS.). n p. eochrach, Triads 204 . eochrocha, Rev. i 18 . eachracha, IGT, Decl. ex. 894 . eochra, ZCP xiii 372.18 . a key:

(a) in lit. sense: eochair an ghlais = clavim Todd Lect. v 14.2 . eochair na cuilne = clavis coquinae 76.10 . co scrinaib ilardaib...co n-eochraib do erslocud cach ai, Hib. Min. 7.226 (= clavibus 89.12 ). bái airecol...hi tóib thige...dobreth dó a echuir (echair, eochair v.l.); atnoilc, Imr. Brain i 53.18 (LU). a shealbthoir mallachda eochrach ifrind, YBL 152b18 . rodhéchsad for poll na heochrach the keyhole ZCP v 495.25 = Mart. Don. 254.15 . glass ro hiadad d'eochair ZCP vi 271.12 .

(b) Metaph. clue, solution, explanation, guide, means of access: ata eochair saingnusta re cach psalm .i. a titul, Hib. Min. 7.228 . eochair chéille coistecht ... eochair ecna umla ZCP vi 270 § 1 . tri heochracha aroslicet imráitiu: mescca, tairisiu, serc, Triads 204 . seacht seathracha nimhe ar nemh | eachracha cridhe an Choimdhedh, IGT, Decl. ex. 894 . eochracha na hairdríghe key-defences Ir. Monthly 1920, 424 . eochoir leasa `key of profit' GF, Studies 1918, 98 . fíon nach eochair uaille aniugh | fuair ...aimsior wine which is now no source of elation Gleanings from Irish manuscripts 30 § 7 . Of divination: foillsighthir do triana eochraib écsi IT i 129.23 . ro iarfacht Conn dond filid ┐ robui side icc scrūtan co n-écetar a eochra eccsi dou, ZCP xiii 372.18 .

pn Of persons: eochair na flatha némdai (of Peter) PH 1639 . da eochair gascid Gædel (of two warriors) TBC-LL¹ 3771 (dá euchraid ┐ dá chridiscél thuascirt in betha, of Castor and Pollux, TTr.² 69 , may belong to this). in eochair foslaicthe gacha healadna (of Cicero), CCath. 4493 . a eochair bhalsaim cheana Séarluis O key of the balsam of Charles's favour! Ó Bruad. i 54.4 .

Cf. tipra Patraic. Slán a ainm. fufrith and nuuechuir (nuaechuir v.l.) Patraic `P.'s new key' Trip. 164.4 (a plant-name ?). COMPD. Eochair-sciath key-shield: Eochair-sgiath an Aifrinn, title of a work by Keating, rendered `Explanatory Defence of the Mass' by the editor (1898 ed.). san seachtmhadh caibidil déag d'Eochair-sgéith an Aifrinn, TSh. 4460 .

1 etla

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n , f. (1 etal, see Ériu vii 178 )

I Self-denial, renunciation; purity, holiness: eatla .i. ciamhaire, congain chroidhe..., O'Cl. inna hissiu huili congaibtiur ann-etlai all these(viz. the virtues of faith, abstinence, gentleness, humility, etc.) are comprised in `etla' ZCP iii 448.3 = YBL 252a12 (ind eutlu). co rabat don eclais iar n-etla uird [leg. urd ?] `according to the purity of their order' Laws iii 34.1 (with gl.: iar n-ordugad a glaine,...iar n-urd etole, 34.15 ). cach riagail iar comairle, co n-etla `with purity' 36.4 (with gl.: a toil Dē bít, 36.18 ). foss oc etlai (e(a)tla, MSS), Ériu i 193.4 . Lism. L. 4541 . Mon. Tall. § 19 (etli). Cf. dorigensat samud Cíaran etla fri Dia fair co tísad slán `did penance to God' ZCP iii 206.5 (LU) = AFM i 260 x (`made supplication'), where fasting in supplication seems implied. set sirhettla a way of continual self-abnegation (?) SR 2086 . cen síl n-etla (:pectha) 7199 .

II Penitence, repentance, penance: eatla .i.... aithrighe..., O'Cl. is tualaing timdibi cach pennid dib amail bís nert ┐ etla ┐ erlatu indii torgaba in chinaith, Ériu vii 142.11 . genus i n-óide [= oítid], cressine i mmidaīs, ettla fri haes, LB 71 marg. inf.

III Tears (of remorse): eatla .i....déra, O'Cl. etla ainbech (.i. déra iumda no eolchaire imda), Fél.² Mar. 24 n. LB. Here perhaps: roclissa etla dar do gruad | scrutan screptra crabud ngúr, LL 272 marg. sup. ri rodet dilgud...do Dauid dia mórchintaib iarna hettlaib athirgi tears (?) of penitence SR 6876 . it hesin in primpeccthaig...tiagait cen ni d'fír-ettlaib | la Demun..., 8351 . Cf. 3 etal.

1 fót

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Forms: fot, ḟoit, fóit, fotu, fót, fotaib, fóit, fōide, foite, -foitib, fotaibh, fódaibh, fát, fád, Fáid, fáidibh

n o, m. in later lang. decl. varies, see IGT, Decl. § 88 . n s. in fot , Ml. 37d14 . g s. ind ḟoit , LL 115a10 . n p. fóit, LU 9249 , 10466 . a p. fotu, 9848 . g p. inna fót , Ml. 126a15 . d p. fotaib, 84a5 . LU 10467 . In Mid. Ir. occas. with slender forms : d s. don chetfóit , LL 290b35 . n p. fōide, Corm. Y 1265 . foite, TBC-LL¹ p. 719n. 13 (St), foidi, p. 85 n. 16 (St), cf. d p. -foitib, CCath. 4103 beside fotaibh, 994 , fódaibh, 1749 . The variant fát (fád) is found in Early Mod. Irish ; fád (: atád), IGT, Decl. ex. 792 ; 1632 . g s. ... Fáid na bhFionn (: táid), TD 8.5 . d p. fáidibh (: láidir), IGT, Decl. ex. 1633 .

(a) a sod (of earth), a clod: gl. gleba Ml. 37d14 , 84a5 , 126a15 , caespes Sg. 66b6 . fod (gl. gleba) Ir. Gl. 119 . dobiur f.¤ dom thír fom chossaib, LU 1841 ( RC ix 494 ). foot (diss.), Anecd. i 63. 111 . corop cerchaill cach f.¤ feránach, LL 171b26 ( CRR 6 ). co ro sceindset na fóit a crūib na n-ech, LU 10466 = ZCP iii 260 § 87 . ina curtis na eich do cheppaib ┐ do chorrḟótaib, LL 110a8 ( RC xiv 416 ). ( co ndringitis for fodaib ┐ for lesaib do dechain Hectoir, LL 405a31 is perh. corrupt; TTr.2 in corresp. passage, TTr.² 1094 , has : for foradhaib ...). ro tócbuid tuir ... do cria[i]dh ┐ d'fódaibh, CCath. 1749 . fod do breith d'feronn na naomh, ZCP x 32.5 . fott for cloich, cloch for fot (of different kinds of dyke) Laws v 270.26 Comm. Of a grave : apraid rum cia f.¤ fo a fail, LL 209a ( Ériu vii 228 ). dorat fod furri (= buried her) BB 40b36 . guid fot fair i Ros na rig, YBL 181b23 = BB 260b42 (in SG 256 the text of the preceding passage is faulty). Cf. fon fot na hullta, Laws v 448.29 Comm. gach taeb ōg ar nach fuil fāt (: tād), ACL iii 2372 (`every young body yet unburied' Studies 1934, 300 ).

(b) a spot of earth (of a small and definite place) : tech mic ind Óc ... rígda f.¤ , Metr. Dinds. ii 10 . do cuingidh in foit bic i ndingnem cathraigh, Aen. 1579 . do rug leis e coruigi an fod ar ar fāgaibh ingen diūice L., ZCP vi 66.16 . ar ḟód ḟéagtha ḟátha `to a retired place to examine into his cause' ML 98.27 (= ML² 1341 ). cf. rucsat leo hé ar f.¤ scrután gaīsse fo leith, Acall. 6191 . ar fhód mhearaighthe `on the path of error' Dán Dé vi 4 . co ruc ... a mac ... for f.¤ raith réil `on a site of bright auspice, she brought forth a ... son' Ériu vii 223 ( LL 208by ). is eicen do neoch a thecht | cosin f.¤ forsa mbí a thiglecht, TBC-LL¹ 3666 . cai [ = co] fesur foat forsin m[b]ebai ┐ fout forau ngēnir ┐ fot forsa n-adnuic, ZCP ii 315.2 . tri fóid nach fétann aon-duine do shechna ... .i. fód a geine, fód a báis ┐ fód a adhnacail BNnÉ 236 § 159 = trí foide ..., BCC p. 102 . fot in gheine f.¤ in bháis ┐ bhót in adhnacuil, ACL ii 137.11 . ara fhōd bāis, ZCP x 32.8 . ni bi duine ar doman gan a ḟod urdalta ... oidhedha d'urmaisi, MR 268.22 .

(c) soil, land, territory: a ngaibes [fuidir] o flaith, ... etir fod ┐ indngnam, Ir. Recht 66 ( SM Facs. 3ax ). gabaid ... fot ... otá aniar Iordanén co hEofrait sair, LB 125a50 . as na fóidibh i bhfuileam, Top. Poems² 3 . d'ionnsuighidh ḟóid Eadáille, TD 24.28 . orláimh Ḟóid Mheadhbha, 21.34 . i bhfádaibh Néill, Hackett vi 8 . Cf. do righ Febhail na [bh]fót, Leb. Cert. 124.10 .

(d) idiomatic expressions : f.¤ crithaig : co nderrnadh f.¤ c. don uile doman `the whole world became "a sod of trembling"' CCath. 290 , cf. f.¤ crithach , 5644 . coccad mór ... co mboi Ere ina fód crithaigh, AFM ii 1078.11 . an fer las a ndernadh fód crithigh d'Erinn uile, 1182.2 . f.¤ cró a sod of gore, a scene of carnage: is f.¤ c. in tilach sa indiu lat, LU 10460 (= ZCP iii 260 ). f.¤ fábaill : land of bewilderment (?) tugsad ... na fód fhabhuill | fairche ... fhuinn L. | do dhruim thoitme a thighearna, O'R. Poems 1314 . See 1 fáball. f.¤ fírinne : ní fód fírinne air ar canuis, CF 419 Eg. (= ni ba fír sin, 924 Rawl.). f.¤ fáenlige : ga ḟurmiáil ri f.¤ foenlaige laid prostrate TBC-LL¹ 5714 = ri fáet foenlige, 5720 (see furmiáil). do bert a uillinn faoi fri fód fáoinlighe, he reclined at full length on the ground Hugh Roe 226.22 (f. 60b) . co rofāgbait ar fodaibh faonluige gan onōir adnaicti, ZCP xiv 239.2 . f.¤ mearbaill : fód mearbhaill a deceptive (treacherous) land Studies 1949, 185 . Cf. mod. fód mearbhail (seachrán) Hyde, Abhráin diadha ii 59 n . f.¤ fo leith a spot apart: rogairm [an ben] Cond lē ar f.¤ fo leith called C. aside Ériu iii 160 y . do cuaidh in t-iarla ar fód fo leth leis, ZCP vi 90.1 . téid i bhfód fá leith ria, Keat. ii 6350 . f.¤ for (fri h-) altóir `sod on altar,' land given to the church (probably from the symbolic custom of delivering a sod) : ro idbair in ri ... Tóim nEirc ... amal fót for altóir do Dia ┐ do Chíaran, LU 9596 ( ZCP iii 206 = RC xvii 190 . AFM i 262 ) ; do bhronn fearann don eaglais sin mar ḟód re haltóir, Keat. iii 2162 ). ar a dtugadar d'ḟearann ┐ d'ḟódaibh re haltóir dhóibh, Keat. i p. 4 . Of an offering in general : doratt Cúilfat (Cúil fata ?) hi fōt fri haltōir ... do Dia ┐ do Chiarán, RC xxvi 370.27 = ACL iii 226 .

mac fōit, O'Curry 2232 ( Eg. 88, f. 16d ). in a list of different classes of children, cf. mac muine.

(e) a lump, mass, heap: co tuargabar ina fotaib till it is piled up in heaps (of malt drying) Laws ii 240.21 ( ZCP xiv 348 , 350 ). bec nar merblig in sruth dib amal ḟót sengán like a swarm of ants Alex. 687 (= BB 494b16 ).

Common in compds. in poetry. With subst. f.¤-brug `sod-built stead' Metr. Dinds. i 4 . ¤ráth an earthen fort: gp. Metr. Dinds. iii 72.83 .

With adj. : fódarsaidh, TD 28.1 . ¤bán : féagain an mhúir ḟádbháin `with its shining sward' TD 11.1 . ¤boc : a n-eing fhádbhuig Olchobair ` soft-glebed ' O'Gr. Cat. 518.7 = Ó Bruad. iii 76 . don ḟádbhuig ḟinn (= Éirinn), Ériu viii 192.11 . ¤domain : a bhfeart fóddhoimhin deep under the sod Oss. iv 256.6 . ¤glan : ó Inis fodghloin ... Fail, MR 104.7 . ¤glas : fonn fodghlas, BB 13b56 . fosad-glenn fod-glas, MR 240.18 . Magh fádghlas Feimhin, IGT, Decl. ex. 1319 . ¤mín : Banbha ... an ḟuinn ḟóidmhín ` soft-sodded ' Content. xxx 26 . ¤núide : a ráith ... ḟódnúidhe TD 28.2 . -réid : an ḟuinn ḟóidréidh, TD 26.1 .

gléid

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v (glé). Trans. & Intrans.

(a) Trans. makes clear, purifies (in phys. sense and fig.): cruth ron-glea a form that may purify us, Fél. Jan. 5 . gleam ar les ria n-aidche let us make our lights clear..., Auraic. 5097 . ocht n-airic[h] go ngolaige | rongléat go grīan may they make clear to us to the depths, ZCP vi 271 § 1 . srotha ionnallta an iomais | do ghlé mé m'oige eisdibh `I purified my poetic learning in them,' Content. xxii § 17 n. adorns (?): Āed ... co ngelblaid glinn glēthe rann, Bruchst. § 127 ( AFM i 252.11 [an. 1004]).

(b) Intrans. clears up, becomes clear or bright: o roglé an lá cona lanṡoilsi, Hugh Roe § 41 (21b) . Fig. an gartoirear far ghlé Conn `... where Conn was made famous,' Studies 1919, 258 § 17 . co ro gle (sic leg.) itir maithre ocus aithre, Laws i 192.14 = co roglea, O'Curry 800 ro ( H 3.18, p. 371b ). bá-sa ... i n-imṡnim mor ... co ro glé dam till I made up my mind (lit. till it became clear to me), IT i 98.16 . ? To this: gle .i. tife nó toingfe ut est gle fo erc n-ebron, O'Dav. 1026 ; cf. no. 773 and O'Mulc. 635.

(c) Trans. in fig. sense: clears up, decides (a question, dispute, etc.): co ro gleus an comtapairt sen till I had cleared up that doubt, IT i 98.16 n . coroglethe a mbrethugud, LU 8472 ( FB 33 ); 8751 ( FB 56 ). gleithir eturru a settlement is made between them, LL 118a4 . o rogléset ... a córu, TTr.² 1827 . rogle sen in curadhmir do Coin C. he adjudged ... to C., Dinds. 106 . Isaac fri dead n-aissi | glead gnima glangaisse, SR 2830 . an idh sin Morainn nó ghléedh fírinne do chách, Cóir Anm. 107 . glefid dia edruind, Ériu v 236.59 . dia nglēifidher cech caingen when every question will be solved, iii 29 § 4 . ní gleter dala lasna Déisi acht ind aidchi matters are not decided ..., Trip. i 208.23 = lvi 23 . gleithe[r] ria cach she is settled with before everyone, Laws i 138.20 Comm. fiadain ... .i. glees a n-imresain, ii 332.29 Comm. ní rogleithi gubretha, O'D. 535 ( H 3.17, c.432 ). co rogleiter (.i. co rodeili[g]ter)..., O'Curry 374 ( H 3.18, 208a ). is and gléther cert ime, O'D. 1653 ( H 5.15, 22b ). ara glethea cath Almain when the battle of A. was decided ? TFrag. 48.14 . Of computations: deich cunia co leir cia gléis..., SR 766 . léir rothuirmisemar ar crónic | cia noṅgléëd (sic leg.), Todd Nenn. 268.328 ( LL 135a23 ). cea noglea, 250.216 ( LL 134b 18 ). Of the Annalist Flann: ro glé tre a gním a guth | ré cach ríg do réidiugud `dessen Stimme hat durch ihre Tat es zu Stande gebracht,' ZCP x 271 V .

(d) concludes, finishes up, is done with: o ro glé ... a scrútan uli inna menmain, LU 8108 ( FB 8 ). o roglé a toisc, RC v 203 § 27 . o rogleset in les frisa tancatar when they had completed the work ..., Lism. L. 2030 . innisidh M. do uile mar do ghlé isin Róimh how he had completed his affairs (?), SG 32.18 . go ro gle dó a caithim uile till he had eaten it all up, BNnÉ 300 § 3 . Cf. Fél. 92.40 . o roglé dó indred ind ídhailtaighe, TTr.² 506 . co ro glea dó a foropoir indhí sin till that man's special business be finished, Mon. Tall. § 16 . is buide lem ronglēos I have done with it, Otia i 126.20 .

imrádud

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Forms: imbradud, imradadh, nimradud, dagimrata, drogimrato, imraito, n-imbrádud-si, imbráti, imraiti, ndrochimratiu, imráti, n-imraitti, imratib

n u, m. n s. imbradud, Wb. 6b6 . int imradadh , Laws i 242.25 Comm. a s. tre bar nimradud , Wb. 27a1 . g s. in dagimrata , 3d5 . drogimrato, ib. imraito, 3d6 . d s. ar far n-imbrádud-si , 16b16 . n p. imbráti, Wb. 31b26 . imraiti, Ml. 38a5 . a p. triar ndrochimratiu , 83c11 . imráti, Wb. 1d7 . g p. na n-imraitti , Ériu ii 144 § 159. d p. ho imratib , Ml. 38a5 .

(a) the act of thinking, deliberating, thought, cogitation, intention: iomradhadh .i. smuaineadh, O'Cl. ho imradud gl. deliberatione, Ml. 28a14 . o imradud gl. deliberando, 82b7 . accobor la mmenmuin maid do imradud act nand-léicci concupiscentia carnalis, Wb. 3d13 . caritate .i. di imradud dáe, 15d7 . imrádat imráti cid maith as déntí, 1d7 . ba ac imradud chloine nobíth, Ml. 55c19 . imradud inna réte ndomunde (sic leg.) `consideration of the mundane things,' Wb. 3d34 . ni íar colinn didiu mo imradud sa, 14c22 . air is imradud á labrad sidi in menman `for the speech of the mind is thought,' Ml. 138a3 . imradud fria thogais `meditation to deceive him,' 28c14 . gním et briathar et imbrádud, Wb. 12d39 . forbe in dagimrata cen tetarcor drogimrato `the completion of the good intention without interposing an evil intention,' 3d5 . ro fírtha tra uli a n imrati dóib all their wishes were fulfilled, LU 9640. o ro glé a i.¤ ┐ a scrútan uli inna menmain, LU 8108 (FB). ba sí báethir dogéni Cu Chulaind ocna imratib se as he mused, 9135 (FB). inid (sic leg.) diliu imradud in marbain innousa ? `is the thought of the dead man dearer to thee than I am ?,' Mór M. 265.8 . in timradadh `the intention [of the deed],' Laws i 242.25 Comm. noco dein in timradugadh ar menmain, 244.9 Comm. is dochu biaid i.¤ la Laigniu form-sa immon ṁbrait-se `the Leinstermen will be plotting against me,' RC viii 52.21 . toticfa dígal no chath | tria th' i.¤ ndiummasach, SR 6856. a Eua, cid arnotgeib ? | is mór dogni d'imrateib, 1694 . nech marbus a cheli tria feirc ┐ imradud in anger and deliberation, Ériu vii 168 § 11. aisnetsium imradad na rann gin smuainedh the purport (?) of the verses, Laws v 58.3 Comm. nacha-t-geibed miad menman ... cid i t'imradud don deig-gním dogéna, PH 6048. immradud ina mbiad i n-amsir áine `thinking of foods,' 8387 . cen écraite d'imrádad `without brooding over enmity,' Metr. Dinds. iii 172.64 . dobadar ag imradad uile ana n-aigentaib dá ríg bodein, TTebe 885 . tangatar imraiti ... ar menmain dond milid, 236 . imroraid imradud. Nicon rabai tosach dond imradhud sin, Ériu ii 106 § 16.

(b) discussing, mentioning ; a discussion: ro ansat ind óic dia n-imratib ┐ dia radsechaib from their discussions and babblings, LU 8964 (FB). piad imruidhedh ocus imaorad n-ailte ocus n-anradh ara himradhugh na hoirgne at the mention (or perhaps at the thought) of the raid ?, Anecd. ii 50.8 . "ro bodrais sind" or si "oc i.¤ do maic" "is coir a i.¤" ol Ronan, RC xiii 381.23 . scrúdud ocus i.¤ ocus gním `thought, word (?), and deed' MR 168.11 . ní cian do bhadar ar na hiomráitibh sin `upon that parley,' CRR² § 12. dia mbattar for na hiomraitibh sin `deliberating these matters,' AFM iii 366.14 .

inmedónach

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Forms: i., inmedonach, inmedónchu, inmedónchaib

adj o, ā (inmedón)

I internal, inner, inward ; medium, intermediate; mediocre: donaib erbruinnib inmedonchaib gl. de intimis (praecordis), Ml. 64c17 . in tecnatad inmedonaig gl. intimae familiaritatis, 61c2 . ond rainn inmedonich hísin ind aitrebthado `from that internal part of the possessor,' Sg. 198a13 . pene-intus .i. inmedónach gl. penitus, 40a1 . i.¤ gl. interior, 39a16 . o scrutan inmedonach a ndligid ┐ a n-intliuchta, LU 2677. a betha inmedonach ... ┐ a menma indḟeithmech dogrés i nDia, Lat. Lives 100.5 . ac denam cocaidh inmedhónaigh atraibh (ettraib, v.l.) féin, CCath. 1657. in borrfad mór aicnidh ┐ in innóccbail inmedhónach ro búi i craidhi cechtarde, 274 . ro-fhásad noemad ┐ coiseccrad don duine inmedonach .i. don anmain dligthig, PH 7852. ar in roth ... inmedonach reithes grian `middle circle,' MR 112.20 . diet s[eim] ┐ diet reamar ┐ diet inmedhonac medium, RC xlix 56.1 . ba fer bágach ... he ocus boi maith adbul inmedonach ann, LB 150b44 . int anmunna indligthech roaittrebastar a n-indib inmedōnachaib Cathail, MacCongl. 101.25 . a dtimchill gach uile nethi foirimiollaigh ocus inmedhonaigh `[tam] de exterioribus quam interioribus,' O'Gr. Cat. 282.5. mór ocus bec ocus inmedonach, 187.27 . ponc inmedonac (medonach, v.l.) an lae, Ir. Astr. Tr. 30.3 . in fín núa ... ┐ in seinfín ... ┐ in fín inmedhonach, Rosa Angl. 88.20 . na daoíne ata inmheadhonach i naóis the middle-aged , 23 K 42, 35.6 . as deaghchomartha a beith inmheadhonach ider theas ┐ fuacht midway between ..., 123.5 . da dteagmha flux fola na srona ... ni hinmheadhonach an chabhair do bheir dhoib it gives them no small relief, 200.15 . tosach inmedonach `an inherent principle,' Mackinnon Cat. 39.31 . lán d'anaoibh intinne ┐ d'iarghná inmheadhónaigh aigeanta, TSh. 6692. gurab usa ... pian fhoirimeallach ... ioná pian inmheadhónach, 4919 . atá a chroidhe marbh go hinmheadhónach emortuum est cor eius intrinsecus, 1926 . dogniodh ... lacht na n-inniledh sin galraighthi inmheodoncha ... dona daoinibh, AFM iii 210.2 . Adv. etirdécai .i. doécai ind inmedonach `he inspects internally,' Ml. 61a8 . Compar. inmedónchu gl. interior, Sg. 39a9 . gl. penitior, 40a2 .

II As subst., the intestines, the inner parts: cride et óa et inmedóncha áili `other internal organs,' Wb. 12b1 . corrici inmedoncha a coirp gl. usque intima, Ml. 127b12 . amal rundgab sliab sion andes ┐ antuaid dun chathraig dia ditin síc rundgabsat ar nda thoib du ditin ar n-inmedonach-ni, Ml. 67d14 . inmedónchaib gl. intestinis, Sg. 111a1 . ro gabhsat iarum a n-inde [┐ an] inmedhónacha ar faelscudh forra, CCath. 2534. go ro threghdastair a inmedhoncha triasan éideadh, AFM vi 2214.31 .

osmenad

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n u, m. (< moin-, muin- `think'? cf. 1 menma) meditation, study, lucubration ? confined to cryptic and poetic style. osmennadh .i. sgrútadh o menmain ┐ a meabhrugadh do gin, ut dixit in t-eicsine . . . ósment osment a drochéicis, H 3.18 p. 73 ( O'Curry 117 ). osment .i. múna[d] instruction, O'Dav. 1325. Dān mac Osmenta. Osmenad [Osmenta v.l.] mac Imráti, RC xxvi 30 § 130 , § 131 . ucht osnae .i. hucht osmenta .i. smuainiud smuaines .i. scrútan scrutas in fili a n-airchetul, Corm. p. 45 (< LL 179b44 ) = Corm. Y 1275. oidh ar huilleth n-oismentai (pay) heed to increase of study, lucubration (?), ZCP vii 305.24 (? g p.). ? n p. dēine m'osmeanta inā hos (.i. luaithe mo menma inā fiadh), v 487 y .

scrútad

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n u and o, m. = scrútan .

(a) act of examining, investigating, meditating on: ag sgrudad gaisi can chodladh `searching for wisdom', TTebe 1173 . ceasta . . . na narsatan . . . da scrudadh, Ir. Astr. Tr. 2.14 . iar sgrúdadh briathar Dé dhó go soiléir having expounded the word of God (i.e. in a sermon), ZCP iv 400.15 . scrūdadh croide `self-examination', Fl. Earls 98.11 . loighed . . . an sgrúdtha do nímid oruinn féin (of introspection), Mac Aingil 2.5 (Preface). lucht scrúdtha na nadúiri, 92.12 . iar ndénamh an sgrúdaidh, 218.1 . Gaedhilg 'gá scrúdadh . . . ag éigsibh being cultivated, O'Rah. xxviii 14 .

(b) act of excogitating, pondering, contemplating (a plan, course of action, etc.): robaí ac scrudadh . . . cid dodénadh frisin sruth, BB 7a30 . ag sgrudad ana menmain indus do-beradh . . ., TTebe 888 . gunna chuireas d'fheidhm ar óighfhear | sgeinm gan sgrúdadh an unpremeditated start, DDána 111.23 . do chóidh . . . do sccrúdadh a ccomhairle im na h-aithesccaibh sin, AFM vi 1998.18 . scrúdud ┐ imrádud ┐ gnim, MR 168.11 .

scrútan , scrútain

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Forms: scrútain, scrutunt

(Lat. scrutinium). Vn. of scrútaid. In O.Ir. an o-stem, but in Mid.Ir. a d s. commonly scrútain (found also as n s., Ériu ii 89 § 2 ). The d s scrutunt (gl. scrutinio), Thes. i 3.13 is referred by Stokes, KZ xxxi 234 , to Lat. scrutandum, but may merely be due to the influence of légund, scríbund.

(a) act of examining, pondering, studying; meditation, thought : scrūdan scrūdas in file, Corm. Y 1275 . o scrutan inmedonach a ndligid inward meditation, LU 2676 . maith limsa ré scrútain dam fris time in which to ponder the matter, 8752 ( FB 56 ). a s.¤ uli inna menmain, LU 8108 ( FB 8 ). iar s.¤ a comarli, LU 8782 ( FB 59 ). scrutan screptra studying the scriptures, LL 272 marg. sup. dothorairchim rihuair nillsgrudain | aenanma ogaim adbhulbrogha uaidleathain, IT iii 90.11 . a scrutain fris `examining himself against it' (a temptation), Mon. Tall. 62 (151.18) . ic sgrutain an bratha breodhai pondering the flaming judgement-day, Snedg. u. Mac R, 12 § 55 . sel ic scrútain flatha nime meditating on heaven, ZCP v 497 § 10 (= Measgra D. 42.41 ). rob tu mo scrutain | i llō 'san aidche (a prayer), Ériu ii 89 § 2 . a scrutan fadisin, Laws i 156.7 Comm . rucsat leo hé ar fót scrutan gaisse fo leith, Acall. 6191 (see note).

(b) act of excogitating (a plan, etc.); plan, plot: ic á scrutain ina menmain . . . amail dogénadh a[n] cocadh, CCath. 402 . cia tast ata for do chride celcach, cen scrutain ┐ cen bréca do denum anossa? `that no longer is engaged in plots and lies', PH 8133 . conid é scrudan aicenta fuairsium `invention of mind' (of a plan), ML 164.23 .

See also scrútad.

scuchaid, scuichid.

Cite this: eDIL s.v. scuchaid, scuichid. or dil.ie/36681
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Forms: scáich, scáig, scóich, roscāchatar, conroiscet, roscithet, go ro scaichsett, scáigfit, scuchtha, scuchad, scuich, scucht, scáichsin

v See GOI § 522 . perf. 3 s. ro scáich , scáig. ro scóich , LL 280b37 . pl. roscāchatar, ZCP viii 218 § 23 . subj. pres. 3 s. -roisc (see Strachan, Phil. Soc. Trans. 1900, 13 n. 1 ). ? pl. conroiscet, O'Curry 2677 ( Eg. 88, 57 (58)d ). subj. impf. 3 s. -roisced. These archaic forms are usual only in sense II infra. On the form roscithet in Mon. Tall. (cited under II) see GOI § 592 . Later treated as weak verb with stem scuch-, scuich- (in sense I) (also occas. scáich-, cf. perf. go ro scaichsett, Leb. Gab.(i) 144.25 . fut. scáigfit, TBC-LL¹ 4613 ). part. scuchtha, MR 254.6 , and see scuithe. Vn. scuchad, scuich, scucht, scáichsin, q.v.

I

(a) intrans. moves, starts, goes, proceeds : scuchsad .i. docheimnigheadar no doghluaiseadar, O'Cl. scuich bhius (.i. uaim) a meic, TBC-LL¹ 6013 . ní [sguch] tre [dhailghe Í Dhuach] | sruth luath ná aibhne ná áth no swift stream . . . flows, A. Ó Dálaigh lv 11 . roscuchsad co dúr danarrda dāsachtach `sie stürmten', ZCP xiii 231.2 . adhantor teinnte isna heōnoibh. La sodhain tra scuchait ┐ comhlassait a n-aoinfheacht they explode and blaze up, Fl. Earls 188.6 .

(b) usually with prepp.: ar scāth na tuireadh-sa thall | da scuch in rīgan roscmhall took refuge behind the pillar, ZCP viii 562 § 4 . nochoro scaig in bachall a láim Patraic the crosier moved not from P.'s hand, Trip.² 1012 . sguchaiss ┐ comhsgeinnis tipra . . . assin egluis, Fl. Earls 244.18 . scucaid Pirr co Priaim makes for, BB 443b32 . scuchaidh cāch co araili díobh, ZCP viii 105.7 . roscáich cach cert co grian `crumbled to the clay', Metr. Dinds. i 28.6 . scuchsat iarsin d'indsi almuigh they departed from the island, Anecd. i 73 § 217 . scuchaid dím a mallachtnachu leave me, o accursed ones, LU 2343 . ? roscichis deit fein. Bia marb ria cind bliadna (roscithis, rosgisdais, v.ll.) `thou hast wearied thyself' (lit. hast departed from thyself?), Mór M. 10 . no gur sguch mh'annsa dha halt `till my heart leaves its wonted place', Ériu ix 6.55 = Dánta Gr. 41.55 . ní mó scuchaim do chóir churaidh `nor do I deprive any knight of his due', Ó Bruad. iii 144.5 . amal ro scuchsat co focus di as they approached it (an island), LU 1865 . roscuch som docom na tenid, ZCP xiv 156.10 . scuchaidh fón caill, a óccu move into the wood, CCath. 1784 . gur (sic leg.) ro scuchsat for reidh an tsleibhe, Hugh Roe 14.27 . ro scuch S.¤ for amus na n-uasal-athrach, LB 225b22 . in tan ro scuchsat na longa for cúla, CCath. 2110 . ise ced duine roscar fria Cormac a mainchine ┐ doscuch fri Cummin ┐ fri Brenaind who parted from Cormac and went over to Cummín, Irish Texts iii 6 § 15 . roscuc[h]sat iar sin i nglend . . . clic[h]air, BB 496a39 . orotaisselbad tra donrig sin roscáig inanaicned fén reassumed its own form (of snow which had been turned into butter and curds), Three Hom. 10.7 . sgucha an gradh (leg. sguchaid a ngradh?) bus airde, acht curo pinnit fo uaisli in graidh `he shall move to a higher grade', Laws i 60.9 Comm . sguch im chluais, beannuigh mo bhéal, Aithd. D. 70.1 (a) . o sgéimh do sguch has forsaken its beauty (of a dead pig), Irish Texts i 29 § 36 . o do scuchsat on Scithia, Leb. Gab.(i) 276.25 . scuchad cach o cheli uán, LL 333a40 . ? slige din doscuchad charpat sech araile, Corm. 38.26 = doscuet carpait, Corm. Y 1082 (see 1 téit). cor-scuch cach secha araili dib (of a race), TTebe 2444 . scuchsat . . . | tar fairgi, Leb. Gab.(i) 122.17 = for fairgi, BB 29a3 = scuirset, LL 7a46 With adverbs: scuichsit . . . soir, Ériu iv 138.3 . scuchaid in grian sis, vii 223.8 .

(c) trans. moves, stirs, sets in motion, removes : dar sliab Sión roscuchtha | do thraighthe luchra lethna `. . . bist du mit ... Füssen geschritten' (lit. thy feet have been moved), Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1912, xxv 439 § 5 . In Laws Comm. in etymol. glosses: anscuiche .i. cona scuichither dia gablaib `which is not removed off its hooks' (a cauldron), Laws i 48.16 . cia sguithidh ann do chintach . . . ní sguithear in dithim naicinta do nechthar is not changed, ii 100.19 . in ní scuchas na scota gl. scuithe, iv 112.25 Comm . See scuithe. is fir togaidh don fine in ti . . . scuchus fal dochraite dibh `removed the barrier of oppression from them', iv 376.16 Comm . Laithbheartach laoch nar sguchadh the immovable warrior, DDána 113.15 . sguchaidh [na] deamhna dom dhruim | an dearna othair eadruinn (sic leg.) it stays demons from my back—the injured Hand between us, Dán Dé xxiv 13 .

II Comes to an end, is finished, exhausted .

(a) scaich, no roscach .i. do criochnaigheadh, O'Cl. ro scáich ordan N. `N.'s sovranty has vanished', Fél. Prol. 121 . Ráth Chrúachan ro scáichi (with suff. pron., Stokes p. 361 , but see GOI pp. 419 - 20 ), Fél. Prol.177 . isimmaille roscaich inbolc doblith ┐ intimmun dodenam, Goid. 101.17 ( Lib. Hymn. 63.4 ). ro-scáich nóinnin Ulad fosodain was over, TBC-I¹ 1431 ( LU 5899 ). ní accai corro scáig a tofond, LU 6748 (BDD). a claín trúaig . . . ro scáig do gal ┐ do gaisced, 8569 ( FB 43 ). a ro scaigset a airm dó (ó tairnic, v.l.) when his weapons (i.e. as missiles) had come to an end, TBC-LL¹ 4618 . o ru scaich iarum taisbenad na fledhi `when the display of the banquet was ended', RC xxiv 178.13 . o roscachitar thra na hulisa when all these things had been done, TTr.² 445 . ro sgaith a ngráin, AFM vi 2298.17 . roscāchatar sin uile | nocho mair dīb ōenduine (of persons), ZCP viii 218 § 23 . ro scāchatar na Hathanensta acht sūaill mbec, ITS xli 138 § 321 . nísléicfe i Murthemniu | co roisc obair fer Fēne till the work of the Féni be finished, TBC-I¹ 206 = con roisc, LU 4673 . aicelat sa he acht co roisc int oirdned ┐ int ongud, RC xlvi 237.10 = ZCP xii 371.1 . dergaiter doib co roisc taisealbad bidh, YBL 174a48 ( SG 81.16 ). co roisc a mbe oca till all they have is exhausted, Laws iv 246.10 Comm . co roisc a cuidigh till their meal is over, RC xiii 6.1 . co roisc bēim an cluig till the bell stops ringing, ZCP vii 310 § 5 . in cainnel sin do uhith for a dernaind co roisceth roind ┐ dāil, Cáin Ad. 2 . dhul lais isind airc, co roiscedh díle, Leb. Gab.(i) 10.2 . o roscithet celebrad iarmergi `when the office of nocturns is over', Mon. Tall. 130.28 . o roscithet . . . ind gabail hísin, 140.13 .

(b) in impersonal construction with the meaning brings to an end, completes , the virtual subject being introduced by a prep. (usually DO): roscáig dóibseom tuga a sosta they had completed the thatching of their huts, TBC-I¹ 166 ( LU 4628 ). intan . . . ro scáig do Bricrind a scrutan i n-a menmain, LU 8222 ( FB 17 ). in tan tra rosgaith do Domnall ani sin do apairt when D. had finished saying that, Anecd. ii 74.9 . con roisc dó in taspenad, LL 280b32 = coro láis, LU 1378 ( RC xxi 380.7 ). acht cu roisc dhó a bleithech till his grinding be finished, Lism. L. 1979 . With other prepp.: erbais ris in inailt comet in mic co roisced leo imtheacht till they should have gone, YBL 180b34 . neach ná ro saoíleadh écc . . . acht co roiscceadh lais dioghail greisi a cheneóil `until he should have avenged', AFM v 1606.20 . intan tra roscaich re Sechnall intimmon dogabail, Trip. 398.3 . nech na dichet . . . i cath dibell sin .i. ro scaich aire a man who cannot go to battle . . . that is, he has become decrepit, O'Mulc. 311 . Cf. perh. roscāich ar in nĒrinn n-ūaig | ōnd ūair atbath Fedlimid all is over with Ériu, Bruchst. i 45 § 102 , where, however, we should prob. read: ro scaich ár a nErind uaigh with AFM i 472.14 .

teöir

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n (disyll.) f. (Lat. theoria) Indecl. in O. Ir. Later as i-stem.

(a) theory, idea: isin teúir léu `as seemed to them' (ἐν τῇ παῤ ἀυτοîς θεωρίᾳ), Wb. 7a6 .

(b) contemplation, the contemplative life (in antithesis to achtáil the active life, i.e. of monks): óis achtáil ... óis teoáir, Wb. 12a23 , 24 . actáil ┐ teoir, Corm. 15 dedol. in breó án ┐ ind oibell teora, RC xlvi 234.2 = ZCP xii 368.3 . beō dianid bēs t.¤ ... thō, ACL iii 306 § 10 . aiteoch friut in teeoir | aiteoch friut in n-achtáil, ZCP viii 232 § 3 . teoir .i. ondí is theoretica uita .i. betha theoir imchisnech .i. nech isinn eclais oc urnaigthi, nó a menma a nDia dogrés, O'Dav. 1528. Cf. cain re teeoir ┐ cain re n-achtail; teeoir .i. teeoiracca uita, beatha teeoir imcisneas .i. a menma i nDia do gres, Laws v 22.13 Comm. tri .l. ri teoir a máinchine aicisium in Hi ┐ .xl. ri achtail, Lism. L. 1018 . i teoir i fiadnusi in Chomded, Fen. 308.y . beth ... cin actail cin deoir, Nero A vii, 133a ( O'D. 2190 ).

Compd. ¤fhégad contemplative vision, Medium Ævum lxxviii 221-22 : tucfait o teorfégad spirtalla a menman na réta atá ecnairce dóib, RC xxv 248.4 ( LU 2666 ). o theorfegad spirtalla ┐ o scrutan inmedonach, RC xxv 248.16 ( LU 2676 ).

1 túr

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n o vn. of túirid (*to-fo-sir-). IGT Decl. § 96 . Verbs § 75 .

I Act of seeking, searching (for), investigating: t.¤ .i. iarraidh, sgrudadh, O'Cl. tur .i. iarraid, amail atá nemlega (=nemléiciud ?) tighe do thur (.i. do tshirthain), O'Dav. 1585 = nemlecadh tigi do tur, O'Curry 2422 ( Eg. 88, 33 (34)b ). co fagabar and tre na tur when searched for, Laws iii 90.17 . mórth.¤ ┐ scrutain ... ro túrsit menmanna na slog, CCath. 3890 . cluith do th.¤ .i. in lucht i mbí enech do th.¤ , RC xxvi 22 § 60 and LL 187a25 . is mor ind rún ... | fil ría thur it' aisliṅgthe, SR 3336 . cia 'cata ... | dála De dia reir ro-thúir ?, 7846 . genid tipra and ria t.¤ a spring rises up there when it is sought, Metr. Dinds. iii 326.35 . cuiris a t[h]eglach da thūr | ... | d'īarraid Dē, ACL iii 245 § 21 . is bréc uile īarna thūr when investigated, Hail Brigit 14 . tur daith for cach ceist, SR 7844 . ic t.¤ in dithruba, 6344 . Cf. LB 129a45 . táet nech úaib do th.¤ dige, Ériu iv 100 § 32 . baí D. i[c] a t.¤ ┐ ic imradud in claidib, IT iii 200.9 . ag t.¤ ┐ ag tomus chana for clannaib N., RC xvi 160.21 . oc t.¤ an maic searching for the child, BColm. 16.11 . tria th.¤ ┐ lamachtad in chuirp choimdetta (Thomas), PH 6739 . ac tur fhesa, SG 28.z . in ndechadhuis ar tur ronna na h-Eirenn?, RC xliii 14.6 . tiocfaid teachta do th.¤ osuidh to ask for a truce, TD 16.29 . do th.¤ ┐ do thaisceladh ghlinne M., AFM v 1736.18 . re t.¤ ┐ re testugud a tapaid `on their courage being tested and tried,' MR 198.17 . fear tuir ┐ iarruta na screptra, Ériu v 20.2 . a th.¤ na prim-fáithe (of Christ), Brussels MS. 2324 fo. 67r (cited Plummer MS. notes).

With follg. clause: ro bói ica t.¤ aici cinnus no immeradh bás fair, RC xxvii 264 § 7 . bai in sacart 'ca tur ina menmain gurbo ferr Grigoir inan diabul, xlvi 227.x . 'ca thur ┐ 'ca scrutan cinnas no saerfadh in cathraigh, CCath. 1171 . With follg. prep.: acht co tuga ré dún ra tur ar ar bfhaitsine, RC xliii 18.28 . ? túir for dalaib Dé nimtha, SR 8008 . darstic t.¤ ┐ tachud (of a place), LL 193a10 . ? a thuír tabair dot aire | dond úir no falaig uile, 194a14 .

II In syllabic verse in sense of 1 túar

(a) earning, meriting, incurring: crochadh m'oide ... | 's a loige a-táimid dá th.¤ , DDána 3.16 . gan t.¤ diomdha an Dúilimh, Dán Dé xii 1 . ag t.¤ do mhío-pháirte, xvi 7 . go dtí dhíom t.¤ an tighe (i.e. heaven), v 31 . Cf. xxiii 29 .

(b) omen, presage, cause: t.¤ anshóigh `therefore is my grief (greater),' Aithd. D. 10.8 . t.¤ deabhtha (of a person), DDána 73.37 . ceadh acht t.¤ teasda dá rath, 102.39 . níor th.¤ toirrse a taisbéanta to display it was no harbinger of grief, 20.23 .