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aicher

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adj o, ā (Lat. acer, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 229 , see also Vendr. Lex.). Also achar. sharp, keen, fierce: aicher .i. ab eo quod est acer .i. lainn nō tin[d] nō trēn, Corm. Y 11 . acar .i. aichear ┐ aichear .i. gér, O'Cl. is acher in gáith innocht, Thes. ii 290.4 . nībo fri óigthea acher (.i. fergach no feochur), 328.9 (Hy. v). aithesc aicher, Metr. Dinds. iii 58.46 . siniudh creite impudh a.¤ crocind gergairg, Anecd. i 55 § 40 . acher tra in gres rolaset, LL 403a29 . forgomh amhnas a.¤ do ghae, AFM vi 2216.2 . idu achar (: -athar), Metr. Dinds. iv 2.17 . i nIthu achar (: athar) `in keen [Mag] Itha', Arch. Hib. ii 72 § 30 . gnīm n-achar, 71 § 21 . Of persons: Eogan acher bruth, Rawl. 84a33 . Fiangal find Ailill acher (.i. garg), LL 311c36 . As adv. iachtais co acher ar a sargud do Bresal, LL 358 marg. sup. ba haicher ainmin . . . ro feradh in caitgleo-sin, CCath. 6007 .

coimded

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n perh. same word as coimge (see Plummer, Ériu ix 36-9) or the vn. of *con-íada Ériu xl 30 : co tair do neoch a uasal comded gl. urcomded `perfect security ', Laws i 236.16 Comm. daingen ma [cuimdeada] cuaird, gen cumascc nilur cethra (a pound), 268.19 `places of custody', Ériu ix 37 . gen comdedh fri ditheach, Laws i 264.17 = comde, 286.40 . foruaislicear ín coimdead, iv 106.13 Comm. `let the place of security be opened', Ériu ix 33 . fuaslucad coimdeadh, Laws v 476.23 `releasing (a distress) from a place of safety', Plummer MS. notes. fasc iar coimdeth, Laws i 258.13 `due notice after placing in safe custody', Ériu ix 36 . do tuit athgabháil fir cinuidh i faithe fris i coimdither c.¤ fasc fogelta co dicenn dithma, O'D. 619 ( H 3.17, 462 ). comhadh cách a choimhdedh, Ériu xiii 20.1 . i gcomhair a choimhedha, 3 . uasal comded gl. urcomded, Laws i 236.15 Comm. coimdedh .i. coimdethberus, ut est fo coimdedh .i. fo coimdethberus. coimdedh .i. minic no gnáthach, ut est ni coimdedh tin (.i. taeb) mo samhla, etc., O'Curry 1423 ( H 3.18, 639a ).

coimtig

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adj (see Plummer, Ériu ix 35 )

(a) frequent, usual, customary : coimdi[g] .i. minic nó gnathach, ut est Ní coimdi[g] tin mo t-samla, O'Dav. 581 . is coimdig linn inso gl. quod dicimus, Sg. 198a6 . 54b8 . 90a6 . nad mbi coimdich laiech . . . duna be etc. it is unusual to find a lay person etc., Ériu xix 60 § 8 . ní comtig a comamre, Imr. Brain 10 . gach maith . . . [etir ?] cuimtig ┐ eccuimdig, etir gnath ┐ ingnath, IT i 137. 27 . is comtig fothrucud inti (a pool), Fraech 183 . bid comdid . . . an c[h]eall frequented, BColm. 80.30 .

(b) likely, probable : nad ch.¤ linnai, Ml. 131c3 (`customary'). is comtig conna fuaratar etc. (derb, v.l.), TBC-LL¹ 631 . in tṡechta Fergusa ni bu comthig la nech n-aile (superhuman attributes), Ériu iv 26.8 . ni combtig co mbadh eol daib you would hardly know, CCath. 5082 . niruó coimdich coro chin etc., Hugh Roe² 162.24 . Legal: fo aicned coimded no eccoimded (of places where objects have been found), Laws iii 320.19 Comm. mad eccoimded: mad coimded `unlikely place . . . likely place', v 320.12 , see s. éccoimtig. Cf. coimded ?

(c) proper, fitting, suitable, appropriate : dál as chomtig fri dáma, Hy. v 14 ( Thes. ii 329 ). cethri catha coimtide, SR 4762 . cinnas . . . nachar chomtig dun díb línaib comrichtain ?, LU 10316 . erred fir cluas (chlous, v.l.) catha / ni comtig cen ildatha should have, ZCP iii 214.12 . do ni na badh coimdigh `passend', TBC-LL¹ 2231 (nar choir, v.l.). m'a cuit coimtidh chomadais, BB 257b19 . ni comtig lium in delb rig ata orm, Fen. 118.10 . co rob si digail bud comdid ind, RC xxiv 280 § 18 . narb imaircidhe ┐ nar cumdid, YBL 180b3 .

Compar. is coimddigiu neutur and gl. frequentior, Sg. 92b2 . 127b2 .

créd

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n u tin (?) Die Romanze von Froech und Findabair 101 , Ériu xxxii 156-57 : mūr do chriad (leg. chrēd : trēn), SR 395 , Celtica xviii 88 n. 3 . crédh .i. crédhumha, O'Cl. imdernad side do umo crēdo ule, ZCP iv 35.8 = de chrédumu, Fraech 73 . cret chréda chromglinne, LU 8671 . deilge créda, 7540 . sithbe crēda, TBC-LL¹ 2560 . cáema caindelbra créda, Metr. Dinds. i 32.60 . roth créda 'sin brutt, TBC-LL² 4499 whence roth credha .i. dealg, O'Cl . comlada creda, SR 411 . a ṡeol creda, BB 391 b 34 (SG ii 479.10). timpan creda, Anecd. i 2.21 . timpán creda, LL v 37102 . In c.¤ nad clé, Metr. Dinds. ii 30.65 the reading is doubtful (cerd, cen ceilg etc., v.l.).

do-inscanna

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Forms: doinscannsom, tinscana, tinscanat, doinscana, doinscanna, tinscanfam, donindscan, tindarscan, cáintinscantai, tin(n)scnaid, tinnscetal, tinnscna

v (* to-ind-scann-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 613 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. doinscannsom, Wb. 17c8 (see GOI p. 358 ). tinscana, Sg. 157b3 . 3 pl. tinscanat, 162b1 . Subj. pres. 3 s. doinscana, 6a5 . doinscanna, Thes. ii 36. 28 . Fut. 1 pl. tinscanfam, Wb. 15a1 . Pret. 3 s. hondí donindscan gl. ex quo . . . esse coepit, ZCP vii 484 ( Enchir. Aug. 82a ). Perf. 3 s. tindarscan, Tur. 49 . Part. inna cáintinscantai gl. bene coepta, Ml. 131c18 . Later as simple vb. tin(n)scnaid. Vn. tinnscetal, tinnscna, etc. See also in-tinscanna. IGT Verbs § 44 .

Begins, etc. gl. incipere, Wb. 15a1 . coepisse, Enchir. Aug. 82a ( ZCP vii 484 ); Ml. 131c18 .

I Trans.

(a) in gním tindarscan iohain, Tur. 49 . dorinnscan D. . . . tempul, SR 6885 . N. . . . cetnadarinnscan ārim, 2244 . co torinscan congbáil hi nD. M., Trip.² 2672 . tindarscan . . . inna filidechta druídechta, 558 . maith tinscantar ┐ nad berar co forcenn, Mon. Tall. § 90 . comaill in ní rothinnscanais, PH 1848 . is and-sin tindscanmait cumachtu i n-a n-anmannaib we begin to get power over their souls, 2058 . críochnughadh an tuir do tionnscnadh leó, Keat. ii 20 . Esp. of beginning an action: intan rothinscanastar ascnam co araile inse, Thes. ii 299.7 . doindarscannat side . . . cuingid . . . ind orci, Corm. Y 883 (76.x) . tinscan imram start rowing, Imr. Brain § 30 . rothindscansat in Troíaendae cathughudh, TTr.² 150 . cia nothindscanaind a aisnéis, Ériu ii 132 § 109 . dorinnscan nemeli mor do denum, CCath. 980 . tionnsgnam cruinniughadh na soitheach, TSh. 2369 . do thindscain S. sliabh G. do bheith aigi fein, ITS xix 48.12 . In sense of founding, establishing, instituting: tindscnadh consaileacht ag Romancaib, Todd Nenn. 66.5 is leis rotinscantá munceda óir fo braigtibh doene i nhErind, LL 2323 . is leis rotindscnad failgi im doidib artus, Lec. 441a29 . Note also: di táinic an esaonta dár tionnscnad cath C.T. which led up to, SG ii 488.38 .

(b) attempts, devises, undertakes: doinscannsom cid cutrummus fri dia `attempts even equality with God' (of Lucifer), Wb. 17c8 . tinscansat imteacht chalad, AU 808 . da mince uair do-tindscónadh C. dul ar an bfhasach, BCC § 271 . na rotionnsccnadh a hionnshamail do cor go h-Erinn riamh (of weapons), AFM vi 2086 . ná tionnscuin olc a naghaidh do chomharsan, Proverbs iii 29 . mar do thionnscain mé is amhluidh sheasfas `as I have thought', Isaiah xiv 24 .

II Intrans. ind liter hua tinscana in chetna persan with which begins, Sg. 157b3 . ce doinscana sí ó guthaigthi, 6a5 . im trath terta tinscana(i)t frossa fégfola, SR 8033 . and tinscann . . . praicept . . . Íssu, Fél. May 1 . is iarsunn doinscana(i)tt gradhda inna flaithe, Laws iv 320.6 . an té . . . thionnsgnas uaidh féin, Eochairsg. 9.25 . tionnsgnaidh an chríoch (= finis incipit), TSh. 6466 .

foirchrédh ?

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ind esgra ..., f.¤ a chos, Ériu xiii 41.13 . perh. for : óirchrédh an alloy of gold and tin ? Cf. Éigse xxxvii 78 § 8 : leg. forchreth 'great craftmanship' (cf. creth).

for-beir

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Forms: forbiur, forbeir, -forbair, formberat, forberat, -foirpret, formberinn, forberad, forbered, forbartais, forbeir, forbéra, forbre, -foirbret, forbertais, forrubart, -forbart, fororbart, forbart, forrubartmar, forrubartatar, -forberther, forb(a)r-, foirpr-, forbiur

v O.Ir. forms: Pres. 1 s. forbiur, Sg. 173a1 . 3 s. forbeir, 32a1 . -forbair, O'Dav. 465 ( Ériu xii 200 ). 3 pl. formberat (rel.) Ml. 71c1 . forberat, SR 7275 . -foirpret Sg. 48b5 . impf. 1 s. formberinn, Ml. 88a10 . 3 s. forberad ib. forbered, LU 10641 . 3 pl. forbartais, SR 3680 . ipv. 2 s. forbeir, AM 2.12 . fut. 3 s. forbéra, LU 4257 . subj. pres. 3 s. forbre, Ériu iii 4.13 (`one would expect forroibrea,' Strachan ib. p. 5 n. f ). 3 pl. -foirbret, Ml. 27c6 . sec. fut. 3 pl. forbertais, SR 2807 pret. and perf. 3 s. forrubart, Ml. 33c10 : 64c7 . -forbart, SR 5721 may belong to another compd., see fúabair. fororbart LL 6b16 , Fél. Prol. 173 ( GOI § 529 ); ro forbart , LL 168b38 . 1 pl. forrubartmar, Ml. 102a1 . 3 pl. forrubartatar 101a10 . Pass. subj. pres. s. -forberther, Thes. ii 255.18 . Vn. forbart, q.v. In later Mid. Ir. treated as a weak simple vb., stem forb(a)r-, foirpr-.

(a) intrans. grows, increases (in size, quantity, number); in Glosses transl. Lat. crescere, adolescere, inolescere, exolere, pollucere: forbiur (gl. redoleo) Sg. 173a1 . O'Mulc. 637 (gl. glisco). amal formbeir et toirthigedar (fructificat et crescit) Wb. 26c3 . in silne nemda triasa forbair gort na n-irisech LB 257b40 ( Todd Lect. vi 25.9 ). forbrigh [ = -idh] an charrac conidh mor hí, RC x 88x (v.l. roforbuir). feoil lenam dobertha di co raforbreg [ = ro forbred] co prap, Anecd. i 18 . ro fhás ┐ ro fhorbuir in righan co ro aibeil, Études Celt. i 79.9 . ro fhás ┐ ro fhorbreastair an ingen, ZCP xiii 199.9 . darorbair for cnāmaibh ēisc, Lism. L. 3827 (cf. rofhorbair ... co mor, in corresp. text, BNnÉ 77 § 147 ). intan ro orbair ┐ ro eirig a haeis, BB 236a36 . meni thairsed a marbad forbértaís na nathracha sain (= arforbertais, Dinds. 13 ) would have grown so much LL 159b45 . cia forbrid cia sergait in loch, Todd Todd Nenn. 194 . ar na ro foirbre in peccad aitherrach isin indsi seo, Laws i 12.30 Comm. ro ḟoirbriter ... ┐ ro métaighset na teinnte, RC xxv 392 § 8 . With cogn. acc.: in flesc maet[h] ... is suail for-bera forbeirt will have small growth ZCP xiii 264z . Rises (in value, rank, etc.): ma ḟorbera folud a thighe, combifolud mboairech, Críth G. 81 . a sētaib ... forberat fene ... otha isel co huasal (i.e. increase in value of honour-price), Laws iv 354.18 . foirbeir saeiri breatheamain ... corigi biatad dā fear dēg, v 90.30 . Increases in number, multiplies: (dialt:) is fotha ndeich, ┐ is ass forberat co forcend mbrechta i mbiat ocht ndiailt, Corm. Y 447 . ... ilar luba ... forberat uili immalle, SR 7275 . forbrid ┐ imdaigid (= crescite et multiplicamini) Rawl. 70b2 . fororbart a clandside ... obatar i mmílib LL 6b16 . ro forbredar ┐ ro imdaigedur na fir sin i n-ilmilib, Ériu viii 8 § 9 . no tigdis sluaig nuadh cacha bliadna cucu, co ro forbarsead ┐ go ro linsat o Inis T. co C., Todd Todd Nenn. 88 = ro forbriset, BB 210a23 . ro forbretar ... cuirp ┐ cinn ... i mmedhon in armaigh, CCath. 6032 . cech tin ne no traeta mó sa mó no forbritis taris (of Israelites in Egypt) LB 117a8 = ro oirbridis, BB 239a45 (= in met fordingtis ... | forbartais, SR 3680 ). Increases (in wealth), prospers: sergait maíne in meic moir ... forbrid ... in ósar co mba saidbre he nā a athair, LB 158b9 ( ZCP xvii 230 ). forbeir a bfágoibh dia éis what he leaves behind prospers ZCP vii 269 § 16 . Grows i.e. comes into being: ró ḟorbratar tri hubla ... for barr na habla, ACL iii 322.27 . can forbeir coimaithces? `whence does co-tenancy arise?' Laws iv 68.19 (with gl.: can asa foirbre ib. 22 ). Trans. increases, makes greater (?): forbeir a gail ┐ a slaine, Dinds. 109 (= foirb-, BB 406a34 , but Ed. has forbraid a ghal, which seems intrans., Folklore iv 490 ). acht mad Mac Con ┐ Cairpre | ni ḟuil ar na fairpre a ḟeirg (: leirg), LL 146b31 `on whom he will not increase his anger' PRIA 1893-6, 542 § 15 . 'against whom he does not prepare his angry attack' Ériu xx 195 § 15 . Perhaps this belongs to ar-beir `uses, practices,' but possibly feirg is used for nom. (see also Ériu xx 200 ); see follg.

(b) sometimes almost = subsists: combo de forberedsi di bolod ... na lubi, LU 10641 (= do forbredsi, Ériu xii 156.5 ). Cf. (f) below.

(c) in follg. exx. folld. by a prep. the meaning seems waxes strong, stout, insolent (against): forbrid ar cách tria lunni | forbrid ar cach n-óen do gnáth | in rí co cuir bróen ar cách, LU 9705 ( ZCP iii 216 ). co forbart Dauid ... co leomain na lonnbága prevailed over (?) SR 5721 (= attacked ? cf. do-fúapair, -fúabair, -fóbair).

In: forbeir for nem, SR 2731 , `for' represents the inf. pron., see 2 for II.

(d) trans. outgrows; surpasses, prevails over: forbéra a bráithriu, LU 4257 ( SG 83 ). fuacht nā forbir loscath cold which no flame overcomes ZCP xii 296 § 7 . Cf. forrubart gl. torsit ZCP vii 482.2 ( Enchir. Aug. 75a ). increases, augments, makes grow : fasaich, forbeir fír 'announce, increase truth', AM 2.12 .

(e) in follg. exx. seems used for fúabair, fóbair: forforbairt Indech a bandāil ┐ ni forfaem Dúirgin dó sought to make a tryst Dinds. 24 . cach aen beres cocair cert | fortbeir bendacht easpoc Earc 'bishop E. confers a blessing on him' RC xvii 126 (perh. corrupt; the varr. are: fortraibh, AFM 512 . fodreith, LB 23 marg. inf.).

(f) confused with ar-beir (biuth)? forberat isnaib muirib i tāt, cu tochratar a mbiasta ┐ a bledmila for tire dia sāsad, Ériu ii 130 § 98 (they subsist?). Cf. (b) above.

fuillid

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Forms: foruilleth, foruillter

v (cf. fo-lína and fo-slí ; Thurneysen ZCP xiv 366 ), adds to, increases (trans. or with FRI) : osin immach ni fullimsea, LU 10426 (= fuillim-se, ZCP iii 258 ). huath ... is ed fhuilleas b co ngeib greim p `h increases b till it acquires the force of p' Auraic. 432 . cor fuillestair nert ┐ righi Mic Erca, Todd Todd Nenn. 188 ( BB 208b38 ). fullfi friss thou wilt add to it MacCongl. 45.18 . mad becc leo sin, fuillter fris, Lism. L. 2953 . ? cid dam co tin[n]i, cid tulchuba fína bess and ní ria conroindfither, acht is di co fuillfear [leg. -fidear], BDD § 62 Eg. (it shall not be equally shared with her but she shall get the greater part ?). foruilleth, SM Facs. 32b (see fuilled) is prob. meant as pass. perf. ind. of fo-lína, but the reading in O'Dav. 948 : foruillter, perf. pres. is preferable. Stokes and Thurn. assign the form to fo-slí, see O'Dav. l.c. ; ZCP xiv 365 . coir raith co metha co fuillenn `with its failure, its accumulation' [how does it fail, how does it increase ?] O'Gr. Cat. 145.34 (Nero A vii > O'D. 2230 ).

gentliucht

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n (based on Lat. gentilis) ā, f. gentilism, heathenism ; esp. heathen lore, wizardry, heathen spells, etc. : i scéláib et senchassaib recto et geintlecte, Wb. 31b14 . fri dubrechtu gentliuchtae, Thes. ii 357.5 ( Hy. vii 51 ). ro milled in gentlecht, Fél. Prol. 213 . ni roadairset in Coimdid acht génntliucht ┐ adrad hídal, LB 128a30 . nachn-erbbad i ṅgentliucht, na n-erbbad i fírinne, ZCP xi 88 § 56 . [tin]tud ngeindtlechta, Laws i 8.16 . intuth i ngintlecht, O'Curry 758 ( H 3.18, 358b ). combtar fortilde for suthib cerd ngenntlichtæ, RC xii 56.16 ( CMT § 1 ). LU 4413 . Cf. Anecd. i 19.19 . rachuaid im munigin ... a gessi ┐ a gentliuchta, TTr. 362 ( LL 222a20 ). rolā ... tūathi ocus gentlecht isna hilblassaib sin `charms and heathen spells,' MacCongl. 5 . mucca gentliuchta, RC xiii 448 § 34 . d'ḟoghlaim druidhechta ┐ geindtliuchta ┐ ḟeasa diabuil, BB 27b10 ; 19a33 . Cf. with above : expelle gentilitatem ab homine isto, Stowe M., p. 5 . transformavit se in multis formis per gentilitatem, RC xxiv 276 § 9.

? intintúd

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n reversion to ?: bennachais P. a gin-sum ... con debairt, .i. Inintintud i ngeintlicht ocus inbreth `"it is the strengthening of Paganism, etc.," and the judgment,' Laws i 8.12 (= intuth in gintlecht, O'Curry 758 ( H 3.18, 358b )). [inin tin]tud (? leg. is intintud) ngeindtlechta (gl. .i. nertadh and) gnim olc mad indechur, 16 . Cf. tintúd.

1 lainn

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Forms: loinn, luinn, lainnfordiuclandtaid

adj i, also loinn, luinn.

(a) Of persons keen, eager: ata lainni gl. avida sunt, Ml. 33d5 . 34b9 . boi obeid .i. auidus .i. laind, LU 931 ( ACC 80 ). l.¤ gl. acer, Sg. 64b7 . acer .i. l.¤tin[d] nō trén, Corm. Y 11 (= Thr. Ir. Gl. 1 ). nidam laindsea lánbrostud ar nech etir da indsaigid I am not eager to urge anybody to assail it, LL 230a27 ( TTr. 959 ). mac l.¤ luchair lātha ar gail, ZCP viii 334 n.l. in tí as laind ┐ is escaid, gresed in lesc, alacer et impiger, PH 5825. Also joyful: in tí is láind ┐ is failid don fháilte spirutalta qui spirituali laetitia hilaris est, 5830 . láind . . . ┐ subach forbaelid, 5920 . With n.pr.: Lugaid l.¤ , ZCP xiii 5.15 . Adv. co laind ┐ co héscaid, PH 6029.

With copula and prep. is l.¤ la desires, delights in: nach ní . . . is adlaic ┐ is laind la duine, is ed isbeir `is toisc', Corm. Y 1201 = toisc .i. voluntas hominis .i. inní is laind la duine, Thr. Ir. Gl. 41 . cía lasmboth scīth ┐ lasmboth laind techt int slōgaid, TBC-I¹ 155 ( LU 4617 ) = cia lasbad lesc ┐ lasbad laind, TBC-LL¹ 408 . tairsi linne . . . mad l.¤ libh, Leb. Gab.(i) 198.9 . bheith 'na n-aontoigh ní luinn lat, KMMisc. 242 § 7 . ní loinn lemsa comhlonn . . . do denam ritsa, TBC-LL¹ p. 245 n. 10 ( nī accobar lem, TBC-I¹ 1194 ). ba loind les techt, CCath. 360. maircc chuindges ni for carait / minab l.¤ l[e]is a tabairt, ZCP iv 469.16 . coim tar an anam lér fhaoi / an chalann ní budh loinn lé `the body is not anxious to protect the soul', Dán Dé ix 9 . Mág Suibne dá madh l.¤ lais / do thairg O Domhnaill . . . do gairm de `had it had attraction for him', O'Gr. Cat. 386.10. leis nach loinn uabhar d'éisdeacht, DDána 100.3 . gion gur luinn leis `not anxious', Content. xiii 22 . ge madh l.¤ leó anacal dfaghbail nocha nfhuairsiot idir (`they expected'), AFM v 1846.6 . Also with DO: congnamh dan loinn treabh do tháth `helpmate ever eager to weld the land together' Magauran 2770 . With FRI, in different sense: rob rolaind frinn gnúis Rígh réil may the glorious king greet us with a smiling face, ZCP vi 266 § 10 . With compar. and superl. lainne prefers, likes more, most : robu luinne lim do thuitim leis nā lim fēin, Fianaig. 96.19 . cona bui da Románaib aenduini lasar' lainni gnim in catha catharda innás (i.e. Brutus), CCath. 1131 . lúdh n-a coinne dá mbé ar bhochtaibh / loinne lé rochtain dá réir `she is still more anxious to meet them', Magauran 1522 . h'foghnam as e as loinne linn, Irish Texts ii 44 § 31 . With proleptic -de: co mad laindite leo in forcetul do gabail do laim ut libentius a[u]diatur, PH 6759.

(b) In a variety of other applications bright, pleasant, etc.: ingen Araind fort lár luind (of Brug na Bóinne), LU 4129. am lis loinn, Irish Texts i 55 § 5 . int-aislingthe laind landes (of dream of Pharaoh), SR 3350 . sínus Ádam in láim luinn `eager', Ériu iv 118 § 31 . clandais Buide a liic laind `his keen stone', Metr. Dinds. ii 24.77 . Cf. fuil gormlaind don grein it gris `the bright sheen of the sun illumines thee', Cog. 124.2 .

As subst.: l.¤ .i. solus no taithnemach, . . . annlesach cach l.¤ lochta gáisse `very helpful is every bright one of the folk of wisdom', O'Dav. 1184.

Compds. With nouns. ¤eólas: loinn-eolas, Lism. Lives Gloss. ¤ḟordiuclandtaid: lainnfordiuclandtaid avidus devorator, Dinds. 9. With adjj. ¤chréchtach: iomdha laoch loinnchréachtach, CRR² 76.26 (lonn?). ¤gnímach: in lainnghnimach Lighan, Caithr. CC 7 . ¤réid: an tuath lainréidh Luighnisi, O'Hara 3310 , where Ed. suggests cpd. of lonn-.

See also lonn.

1 lorg

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Forms: lorg, llorg

n o, m. lorg (ón tṡlicht), IGT Decl. § 67. ? Orig. n. n s. a llorg so, RC x 216.49 (Echtra Nerai), but reading uncertain.

I

(a) trace, vestige, mark, impression : fuillecht ┐ eis (.i. l.¤) a cos isin cloich, Trip. xlvii 35 . in tin(e)adh a mberthar l.¤ na gaite (sic leg.), muna fedann l.¤ na gaidi do cur dibh, O'Curry 290 ( H 3.18, 159 ). sochaigh do anntestaib ro batar andsin ┐ ro frith in gait acu; no ro dibad l.¤ eturru, O'Curry 352 ( H 3.18 193c ) (i.e. owing to their number the actual thief could not be traced, Plummer MS. notes). aenguin a[n] gataigi, . . . no deargl.¤, . . . no aenḟiacail in meic diri . . . , is slan acht cu taisbentar a mart dun ti isa selb the track of blood(?), O'D. 2410 ( Rawl. B 506, 52b ). an saitheach . . ara mbí l.¤ an bhainne, Rule of Tallaght § 10b . combo léir lorcc a asnaigh triana ionar., Mart. Don. 164.4 . an dealbh gan lórcc áladh uirre, Beatha S. F. 3150 . l.¤ a n-áitighthe (traces of habitation), Content. vi 63 . nī raibhi lorcc nō sliocht loisge air, Beatha S. F. 2174 .

(b) track, trail, path, course : l.¤ .i. slighi, ut est dorenar be loirge landire .i. ben conaire in filed, O'Dav. 1155 (but loirge must be 2 lorg). Cf. mna . . . gaibht(h)er do chennaibh l.¤ ┐ conar, O'D. 2356 ( Rawl. B 506, 41a ) (oppd. to ben dligthech, ibid.). hond lurc gl. calli, Ml. 35a15 . lorc gl. trames, Sg. 66b2 . Dīa dam frim l.¤ `behind me', Thes. ii 350.15 ( Hy. vi 2 ). in cu for banlurg co srubluin . . . in cu for dergl.¤ co fir-lomnacht isin caill, Laws iii 412.11 , 15 - 17 (`contrast between an unmuzzled (lomnacht) dog, intended to track and kill, and a muzzled dog, intended only to track and not to kill', Plummer MS. notes). cía ragas ina ndíaid co taesead i ll.¤ chugamsa? that they may come behind me(?), BDD² 297 . Indergi . . . do toitim a llurg Congailaigh i Connachtu on C.'s expedition into Connacht, AU i 472.11 . uch, a Dhé, mo l.¤ tar lionn my journey across the sea, Aithd. D. 53.5 . derc timcholl Laigen a lorcc bloodstained his course, Irish Texts ii 34 § 27 . docondcatar an bachall ag ergi cuca as carruicc cloiche . . . ┐ do ling sreb uisce as a lorc `track', BCC § 133 (p. 134.21) . Of books: ro aithscriobus so an tan so ar mo lorcc fein (i.e. copying my own transcript), BNnÉ 182 § 41 . lorcc na seinleabur do lenmain, 182 § 41 . l.¤ an pinn do leanus i.e. I only followed the copy before me, O'Gr. Cat. 139.8. Fig. cinnus bías an líne / nách l.¤ fíre a mbretha? `whose judgments follow not truth', ZCP iii 31.25 . leanamhain an luirg dhírigh, DDána 52.3 . a fhir nach leanann l.¤the course appointed by God(?), 15.1 . ní handóich d'airigh Boirche, / dá leanta l.¤ breathnoighthe the expected course(?), L. Cl. A. B. 177.158 . rún mo chroidhe . . . / do réir luirg do thoile teilg `according to Thy will', A. Ó Dálaigh xxxiv 5.

As quasi-vn. tre mac aonghuis do lorg linn / bolg tinn ar gach caolbhois chuir[r], Rel. Celt. ii 234.31 .

(c) In phrases, for ¤ , later ar l.¤ , i l.¤ in pursuit, following after : dotháet . . . for l.¤ in tslóig, LU 4782 ( TBC-I¹ 289 (lorc)). an lucht ara tiagar l.¤ who are being pursued, O'Curry 2546 ( Eg.88, 45 ). tainic . . . for l.¤ ┐ for slicht Poimp, CCath. 1372. for lurcc a ech i[arn]a ngaid uad, Ann. Conn. 1295.5 . fer i llurg, Fianaig. 38.7 . hi lorcc, RC x 216.48 . imrulat . . . / i llurg int slúaig following, SR 3443 . gatar dam . . . ó Choncraid. Luitth Conchraid ina lurgc, BColm. 56.14 . do bhádar lá i lurg Muire / muintear Ioruaith, Aithd. D. 49.24 . co riachtatar eing i neing i lurg áonluincce, Hugh Roe² 246.29 . nī daimeōntar go suthain thú a (= i?) lorcc h'aithreachuis, Beatha S. F. 2750 . creda na lorg `a credo after it', Ériu xvi 28.9 . cúicc scillingi . . . i lurcc chiosa na bain-rioghna, AFM v 1842.2 . dia bheith hi rrighi for lorcc a athar in succession to, BNnÉ 3 § 2 . ni aittreba neach dot seimedh Temair for do lorcc, 325 § 41 . bá ar lurg araili no gabhtha righi na Tartraidhi in hereditary succession, Marco P. 83. na dearbhtha baoí aicce ar lorcc a ṡinnsear ar an Moentacht `the proofs that he had of his right to Moentacht, in succession from his ancestors', AFM vi 2350.7 . Cf. ceithri flatha asa l.¤ descended from him, Hy Maine 165.26 .

scíath tar l.¤ see s.v. 2 scíath.

Attrib. g s. cráeb luirg supporting staff(?): craobh luirg na lámh gclóghonta `the tree marked by (the blood of) His wounded hands'. Aithd. D. 60.24 (but: perhaps `walking staff of (i.e. held in) . . .', n. 0 ). ar an gcreideamh is craobh luirg / creideamh ag gach aon dá fheirg, Dán Dé (`the reward of following the faith'). cú luirg sleuth-hound: do léiccitt cona luircc for a foilleacht, AFM vi 1904.3 . Cf. Hugh Roe² 16.27 . Of a warrior: an cú luirg ó Loch Éirne, IGT Decl. ex. 792.

(d) Fig. example, pattern, model (esp. in phrases ar l.¤ , lenaid (do) l.¤ , beirid l.¤ , etc.): ar lorcc a līne reimhe like his ancestors before him, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. v (1919) 92 § 4 . ro chansat fríu nach ar lorcc na righe rob áil le hAbán a ghniomha do bheith, acht lenmain don fír-Dhia, BNnÉ 3 § 4 . do réir mur labharas l.¤ a n-athar . . . dóibh `example', Celtica v 181 § 11 (leanus ┐ labharas, v.l.). a beith 'na heinEaglais; a beith catoilice . . . a beith ar l.¤ na n-absdal, Parrth. Anma 1621 . Similarly do l.¤ : do l.¤ cinidh do bhun bháidhe / dlighidh cur a láimhe linn following the example of, L. Cl. A. B. 251.51 . co lenand fer na leth-fiadnaise l.¤ Iúdais, PH 7623 . inghean nach leantar a l.¤ `maid inimitable', A. Ó Dálaigh viii 10 . ag fágbháil shómpla aguinn do chum sibhse dho leanmhuin dá l.¤ , 1 Peter ii 21 . ag lenamhain . . . luirg an tí do bhochtaighedh ar ar son `the footsteps of him . . .', RSClára p. 50.16 . do leanadar lorcc S. Froinsias leith re haibíd ┐ re crádhbhadh, Beatha S. F. 1397 . sint Aibhisdin san iúl díreach / dual dá bhráithribh breith a luirg, DDána 59.25 . an saoghal do chur do luirg / isteach ar fud an ghlan-uird, Content. xiv 36.

II

(a) rear, rearguard (of a retreating army): co ttarrus e ittir na bú ┐ an lorcc, AFM ii 946.13 . tosach lais a [g]crích anechtair, ┐ lorc iar [g]cách, Leb. Cert. 68.12 . remthus la sil Rosa Failgi a forgabail ┐ a ndeoraid i lurg in aenaigh, LL 215a8 . dlegar do slóg Síl Luideach / rémtus catha sluag Mumneach / ┐ beith i llurg fo deóid, Cog. 54.18 . Cf. Keat. iii 3076 . do congaib [Medb] l.¤ go setrech ar na sluagaib guarded the rear(?), Celt. Rev. iv 208.20 . ? co ndergensat l.¤ ┐ tosach iar suidheiu threw them into confusion, Anecd. ii 61.5 (forthaib iar suidiu, v.l.).

dochor (or dochraite) luirg harrying the rear, inflicting loss on a retreating army : rugadar cuid d'a mhuinntir ┐ do h-imreadh dochar luirg orra le Mac Craith, Ériu i 104.11 . dochur luirg do immirt fair, Rawl. B 503, 25b (Plummer MS. notes). co tarrus drem dia muintir ┐ co ro himred dochraite luirg forro lais, 22d .

(b) troop, band, company : dia nime nim-reilge hil-lurgu i n-eghtiar ar muichtea meit . . . .i. nim reilge Dia i lurg na ndemna . . . i lurg demna icam breth i n-iffern, RC xx 154.1 - 5 ( ACC 3 ). do silad brethre De hi clúasaib cach duine dia thabhairt a lurg Díabail dochum nimi, ZCP iii 210 § 18. trí luirg . . . do Chormac oc tochím do Crúachnaib, LU 4488. in tres lórc . . . broitt chorcra impu, 4497 . Art, . . . / immanaigtís luirg ar leirg `round whom rode troops', Metr. Dinds. ii 14.54 . in mūir im a lína l.¤ , Leb. Cert. 92.6 . .xx. mile traigthech 'na tri lorgaibh, CCath. 4978 . i tosach luirc na n-occ, . . . i ndereth luirc na clérech, Lism. L. 349 - 50 . do bheireadh a lorcc iomlán lais as gach tír i tteighedh, AFM vi 2240.5 . Hence row, array : trí luirg ḟíaclai ón huí diaraile ina cind, BDD² 923 . lánchenn trí l.¤ línḟíaclach, 908 . Of a flock of birds: ba hálaind tra ┐ ba caín in t-énl.¤ ┐ in t-énamar boí leu, LU 10572 . noí fichit én . . . cach fiche inna lurg fo leith noí luirg dóib, 10573 .

(c) progeny, descendants: is l.¤ la síl Lugdach lóir / Laígsig, Metr. Dinds. iii 16.205 . d'imthig . . . gan l.¤ sine prole, Hy Maine 166. 25 .

Compds.

(i) With noun. ¤báid: San Clara . . . / tearc a-nuas do lean a lorgbháidh, PBocht 1.12 . ¤buiden: cetheora longbuidhne dia sloghaibh `four lines of troops', Hugh Roe² 116.3 . ina ttríbh lorccbhuidhnibh lerdha, AFM vi 2282.11 . ¤ḟuilliucht trace or track of an army: tancatar for slichtlorg in tṡlúaig. Fuaratar lorgḟuilliucht fer ṅ-hErend seccu assin chrích i n-araile, TBC-LL¹ 641 . ¤líne: do ergittis na cethra uile ina lorccline i ndeadhaid in charpaitt `in their order of march', Misc. Hag. Hib. 25 § 37.

(ii) With adj. ¤úr: drong na scolblong lorgúr leathan `swiftly chasing', Ó Bruad. i 40.11 .

(iii) With vb. ¤íarraid seeks to follow : boirb-bhriathra co mbriocht rē gcois / nach loirgíarfa ar sliocht seanchais, Content. xxi 3.

stán

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n o (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 103 ). sdán m., IGT Decl. § 96 (129.34) . tin : s.¤ gl. stagnum, Sg. 73a2 . trian do argut ┐ trian di stān nō da huma, ZCP vii 300.24 . sdan ar a faignigibh ` tin upon the scabbards', Laws ii 146.18 Comm . eter iarann ┐ stan ┐ luaidhi, CCath. 5293 . an tairgead ┐ in sdan ┐ na mitaill ele sin, Ir. Astr. Tr. 138.7 . an s.¤ ┐ an luáighe, Numbers xxxi 22 . g s. as attrib.: Loch Lein; ceathra chircilla uime .i. chircall sdain , etc., Todd Nenn. 220 n . cris sdāin, ZCP v 24 § 12 . cuir i soightech sdain ar teinidh, Rosa Angl. 314.4 . ola . ..coimēdtur a soitheach sdāin, RSláinte 4028 . Fig. 's gan acht sdán i gcuid dá cheird `though most of his work is only tin ', Content. xxv 2 . béruidh mé do s.¤ uile asad, Isaiah i 25 .

stánamail

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adj i (stán) made of tin : stanamhail gl. stanneus, Ir. Gl. 610 .

tesargain

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Forms: —un, tesairgne, tesoirgne, thesarcon, thesarcudh, tesairge, tesairce, tesairgthi, thesairccthi, tesraicthe, teasrugadh, theasrogadh, teasuircthe

n Orig. prob. —un, ā, f. (see orgun). vn. of do-essuirg. g s. tesairgne, LU 10770 . n p. tesoirgne, Ériu xii 186.25 . IGT Decl. § 150 (150.x) . But a s. thesarcon (: dron), LU 3567 . Also d s. thesarcudh, Lism. L. 1678 . g s. tesairge, Laws v 208.10 Comm. = tesairce, H 3.17, col. 276 ( O'D. 362 ) = tesairgthi, col. 390 ( O'D. 487 ). thesairccthi, AFM v 1602.6 . tesraicthe, Laws iii 192.21 Comm. In syll. verse teasrugadh, DDána 52.39 . theasrogadh, PBocht 23.40 . g s. teasuircthe, Aithd. D. 48.11 .

I saving, delivering, protecting: donnessaircfe .i. dogéna ar t.¤ , Thes. ii 322.27 . rí thanic do nim ... do th.¤ sil Adaim, SR 7512 . dús in fagbaimis tesorcain ar n-ainech fri hI., orcain fon orgain do-rad dúnn, BDD² 436 . atracht ... do thesorcain in tslóig `to protect,' Three Hom. 84.3 . conid teasarcain ro theasarcthe asin tenid, Ériu v 32.y . a n-dúal tesaircne (of a king), TTr.² 1674 . go ro raind a liubra a trí | da tesarccain fo caemhlí, Anecd. ii 36.z . a tustighthidi .i. in lucht ota a teasargain no a tinnscital .i. a nguthaidhe (of the mutes), Auraic. 483 . ? in fír a tesurguin na flatha oruinde?, ZCP viii 315.21 . cia do faeth a tin, ní tualaing a tesairgne, Laws i 142.2 Comm. da fedadh a t.¤ gan comrac ris (of a lunatic), iii 506.8 Comm. anois tráth ar dteasairgne, DDána 11.5 . sir tráth dar dteasragadh, 17 . rann aoire ... | ... | sé le cách suil do-chluinte | do b'é tráth a teasuircthe `for defending oneself against it,' Aithd. D. 48.11 . a thoiccrathi do traethad gan t.¤ `without mercy,' MR 120.28 . gan eascaine ... | do thuillem gan teasargain irretrievably , 296.16 . mairg ... tarla etir an dā thenn sin gan t.¤ , ML² 698 . gan tesarccain aoin tighe inte without sparing one house there, AFM ii 796.6 . ? ba luamaireacht idir dhá theinidh don áird-rígh a theasargain nó a iomghabháil `to ward off ... the danger,' ML 80.y .

II striking, injuring: cid a thomha gan tesorgain threatening without striking, H 3.17 col. 590 ( O'D. 826 ). a thomudh gu teasargain ┐ gan t.¤ , Rawl. B 506, 33b ( O'D. 2319 ). bud t.¤ darach do dornaib ... ┐ budh gad um gaíneamh, RC xi 28.27 .

1 tin

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n (glossary word from 2 tin Ériu xxiv 31 ). side: do thin Trago Baili, RC xiii 222.37 = do taob Thrágha Baile, MS. Mat. 473.31 . tincur .i. taeb ecar, Laws i 126.33 Comm. fo tin [.i.] fo taobh, iv 380.26 .

? ni coimdi[g] t.¤ mo tsamla, O'Dav. 581.

2 tin

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adj ( cf. tinach, tinaid, 2 tinne) u soft part, fat part (of body): Columb Cille, cóelais tin 'Columb Cille, he made his belly thin' Ériu xxiv 19 § 18 . frisbert tinu a thoib .i. ro frithbrudestar conar'bo thiug a thoeb, quia fit `tin' .i. tiug nó moeth nó boc nó tosach, ut dicitur `tinnscital,' ACC § 101 ; 'he opposed the fat parts of his body' Ériu xxiv 30-31 . tin .i. meith no bocc no maoth, ut dicitur, frisbert tinu a taoib ┐ ni bi fri coilced tinca, H 3.18, 79 . ( O'Curry 138 ). tin .i. bog, ut est frisbert ..., O'Dav. 1601. tin .i. tosach no bunadh. tinnrem .i. tinnsgital, 1602 . tin .i. maoth nó meth nó bocc nó tosach nó tindscetal nó tinnrem, O'Mulc. 871 . Hence in B. na f. soft, easy: búc tion, ZCP iii 378.12 = budc t.¤ , v 483.18 .

tinach

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adj o, ā (? 2 tin , Ériu xxvi 93 ) soft (?): tuirid na tuath t.¤ trén, SR 6261 . dar talmain tinaig, 8028 . forsin tracht tírimm t.¤ , 8112 . aiéir t.¤ | tingair níulu | nime dogair 'soft as air (?), he controls the clouds of gloomy (?) heaven' Ériu xxvi 83 § 12 . fri coilcthi tincha .i. nib fri coilcte maotha no tiugha no timthasda ar ata tin maoth no meth no bog 'on soft beds' 8 § 2 , Ériu xxvi 93 . tin .i. bog, ut est … ni bu fri coilcti tinca, O'Dav. § 1601 .

? meth no eg fhirthinaig, YBL 175a1 .

? tinca

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x see 2 tin .

tinn, teinn

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adj i severe; sick, sore: derb doforfua digal tinn, SR 5487 . aicher .i. ab eo quod est acer .i. lainn nō tin[d] nō trēn, Corm. Y 11 . mían leisan laoch lúaiter linn | cluiche ó nách biad duine tinn, Triads p. 54 . s.v. tend. robo thind (: cind) int athchomarc, Metr. Dinds. iv 80.36 . corop tind (: ind) in timmargain, 328.36 . rem chorp is rem chenn is tind, IT i 124.1 . atāim-si teinn tromgaeta, ZCP vi 46.15 . as teinn lem chraide a choimde, SG 356.13 . níor theinn go heasgar an fhir | níor theidhm achd teasgadh mar sein, DDána 79.7 . ar sgoltadh an taobha thinn, A. Ó Dálaigh xxx 14. ní beag doilghe an troighigh thinn, Aithd. D. 59.7 . done duine theinn, Luc. Fid. 138.1 . Cf. teinne.

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