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? bonnduirc

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n is gnáth monnclum ar bh.¤ ó radhairc a stuic (bhonnduir, bhonnd uirc ? v.l.) ` bounders ', Ó Bruad. i 72.15 . Perh. 1 bonn or 1 bun + duirc (see Ériu xiii 212 n. 2 ).

ceól

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Forms: ceul, cíuil, cíul

n o, n., later m. n s. ceul in Ml. Monosyllabic, g s. cíuil, d s. cíul, GOI 68 , 178 . IGT Decl. § 75 (g s. (?) céola unauthorized form, ex. 1578).

(a) musical instrument : cenelae ciuil gl. psalterium, Ml. 2b14 . gl. cyneram, 15 (see Thes. Suppl.). air cech ceneliu ciuil . . . dober som ani as chithara , 51c2 . ciuil són gl. huius . . . generis organa, 116c7 . is organum isainm cenelach do gach chiul, Hib. Min. 1.15 . bid psaltis anim ciuil, 2.35 instrumentum musicum, Gloss. ? a g-ciúil ┐ a g-codail-tighthe, ML 76.13 .

(b) music : inna aidmi in chiuil gl. instrumenta musica, Ml. 75c4 . 89a9 . á ceul ┐ in molad, 126c1 . comopair cach ciul (sic), Laws i 122.12 . inspirut naem dorinfidh . . . inciul . . . fil isintpsalm, Hib. Min. 6.174 . aceol (n s.), 1.24 . Imr. Brain 2 . ceol crott, LL 29055 ( Metr. Dinds. iv 368 ). oc cantain ciúil, PH 7700 . atá . . . / fréamh an cheóil a muigh Mhumhan of the art of music, Studies 1920, 98 § 8 .

(c) In pl. musical performances, compositions; tunes, songs: inna ceul nephgnatha gl. inusitata carmina, Ml. 115b2 . nó cantais céola bindi dó, Trip.² 1310 (ceula, v.l.). a ceóil binni, Hail Brigit 11 . binnithir ilcheólu in domain, LU 2034 ( FA 10 ). na ciuil arda .i. stocairecht no cornairecht loud kinds of music, Auraic. 1477 . a Ch. na cc.¤ , ACL iii 304.24 . ceóla crota ┐ cuisleanna ciúil, CF² 844 . ciuil ┐ adhmolta, Smaointe B. Chr. 5968 .

(d) Of birds, etc.: c.¤ enlathe muintire nime, LU 1993 ( FA 6 ). ceōla fer mbrundederg, K. and H. 24 (emended to c.¤ ferán, Murphy Lyrics 16 ). ? mar búdh inntsecd é o eón / se le ceol ag imdh[e]cht uaidh, Rel. Celt. ii 224.z . ceol in uirc , O'Curry 947 ( H 3.18, 411 ).

(e) Attrib. g s musical, sweet-sounding, melodious : ádhbha ciuil, Oss. iv 4.y . a nguth na n-aighthe ciuil musical instruments, Smaointe B. Chr. 5918 . adhbhar ceoil ar gcomhlabhra `sweet subjects', Content. xxv 1 . ardopetet . . . a n-áes ciúil, LU 8181 ( FB 13 ). iomdha aingel ciuil 'na port, ZCP x 24.4 . is eisrechta cerda c[i]uil, LL 386a21 . coiccetul ciuil, RC iii 347.1 (Aisl. Óeng. 14). ? ro tṡuidhimar ar colba chíuil issin tṡíd, Acall. 5058 ( 5527 , 5667 ). mo chruit ciuil, LL 18578 ( PRIA xix 548 § 24 ). cruit, is e aen dan ciuil . . . dliges sairi, Laws v 106.27 . cuislenna ciuil, Grail 5 . tri meic Dornmair Cheóil, LU 9084 ( FB 83 ). fer cíuil, MU² 197 .

(f) With defining gen.: labhra a hén . . . / ní beag do cheól chodolta lullaby, Studies 1920, 568 § 23 . ? darōnsat aingil 'ga thig / ceōla comarle don chomdid, ZCP viii 114.15 . céol side, LU 3802 ( SCC 37 ).

(g) Rarely as vn.: oc cíul doibh singing to them. RC vi 187.18 . ic ceol . . . reime, Grail 1453 .

Compds. With nouns: Cond dan ceóladart Codal (: Eoganacht) pleasant dwelling(?), LL 2845 ( Fen. 30.7 ). ceoilbinne a ngotha gnatha melodiousness (birds), Anecd. ii 23 § 5 . do cheólbhroghaibh, L. Cl. A. B. 11.22 . cét n-itte, cét ceolcliaraib (sic leg.) in musical companies (of birds), SR 1026 . leig don cheólchroidhe cuislinn `from music's heart', Studies 1919, 611 § 2 . le ceol-chruit, Keat. Poems 107 . cocur ceól-éicse, Metr. Dinds. iii 288.40 . is ciall dá gceolfhoghar `they mean by their melody', Aithd. D. 76.18 . ceoloide master musician, Ó Bruad. iii 190.5 . ó cheoloireacht Ghabhra, DDána 70.7 . le ceolṡeinm téadmhar, Keat. Poems 111 . tir . . . na ceolsuthaine, LB 256b73 marg. ceoltigi béndacha choir-houses(?), Trip.² 348 . With adjj.: dā ngadhraib croma ceólbinna, Fianaig. 64.9 . mor cet ceolcalad (sic leg.) loud-singing (of birds), SR 1027 . conacruittib céolgrinnib, 6670 . cliara caine cet ceolmaith (of birds), 1024 . C. na cruite ceól-míne, Metr. Dinds. iii 224.2 . With adjj. formed from nouns: gan cruitire ciūil-phortach, Acall. (Leabh. ó Laimhsgr.) iii 161.14 .

? ecg

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n (<ON egg, see RC xii 461 ; Bidrag 123 ; OE ecg, ZCP xx 480 ) edge: cressaigthe in fer in lágin sin, ingi ná tíagat a huirc ecgi (v.l. eicgi, eci) essi, BDD 128 ( LU 95aw ), `its edge-eggs (i.e. sparks as big as hen-eggs) almost come out of it,' Meyer RC xii 461 . See also 3 orc and BDD Gloss. s.v. uirc . Cf. 1 ec.

1 orc

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Forms: orc, arc

n o, m. orc arc, IGT Dec. § 96.3 . arc a cró coimideach (: smacht), IGT Decl. ex. 837.

(a) a young pig (archaic and poetic): cumlachtaid nomen do orc muice, Corm. Y 306. orc .i. muc, O'Dav. 1308. orc (.i. banb), ACL iii 310 § 5 (B. na. f.). torc .vii. mbliadna . . . o ro [bo] orc becc, FB 9 (= oro léorc, LU 8119 ). orcc cránai, PH 7211. ni horta laeg . . . ní horta uan nā orc, LL 374c28 . ní harc a ccró chomhoidheach a pig in a neighbour's stye (= someth. in the wrong place), IGT Dec. ex. 1752. oircc peata .i. in peta ro bi ina urc, Laws iv 108.18 . an t-arc nár fhás, Irish Texts i 27 § 19 . taisec[h] na n-orc | nocharb e in t-arc, Irish Texts i 27 § 20 . i dteach moghaidh ... dár bhuidhean cat is arc is óinseach, Ó Bruad. ii 224 . i cru isil uirc , O'Dav. 1368 . pl. ní tíaghad oirc nā huain a comingaire, Laws iv 100.6 . nai n-oirc firenna, Tromd. Guaire 622. foxla [séig] orcu ┐cerca, O'Dav. 1480. meas dímhór . . . coro mheth orca na n-orc, AFM ii 834 z (expld. in note as `the last pigs farrowed'). eistrecht na n-arc, Irish Texts i 28 § 29 . Fig. as names of vowels in a species of Ogham (muc-ogam): orc a cru finni (a), orc a cru lēithi (o), etc., Auraic. 5674.

(b) of the young of other animals: orc trēith .i. ainm do mac righ . . . Oenach n-uirc trēith .i. biadh ┐ edach loghmar, etc., Corm. Y 1018 (see 2 tríath). See 2 orc.

(c) Fig., of children : im chrú nochar fhuirigh aonarc 'no young one has stayed in my house', Giolla Brighde 220 § 28 . rob é a huan-orc Rí na ríogh her young lamb, Dán Dé xxvi 8 (of the infant Christ).

As npr. m. or sobriquet: Orc allaid O Rúadhachán, ALC i 40.4 . E. do marbad don Urc .H. Ruadacan, AU 1030.

3 orc

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n o, m. an egg (B. na f.): orc .i. ugh chirce, O'Cl. uirc (.i. uighe), Hib. Min. 47.13 . ? cressaigthe in fer . . . in lágin sin, iṅgi ná tíagat a huirc ecgi essi `its edge-studs (?)', BDD 128 (huirc eicgi, h. eci v.l.); Meyer, RC xii 461.5 , explains `sparks as big as hen-eggs'; but see BDD Gloss. s.v. uirc .

1 orcán

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Forms: orcan

n o, m. (dim. of 1 orc) a pigling : orcan, ACL iii 310 § 6 = ZCP xii 361.5 . dotaít torc mór di orcan, Trip. 186.13 . acht nib neach dorona eigem n-orcain, H 3.18 p. 411 ( O'Curry 947 ), expld.: inti dorigne ceol in uirc (cf. orcín). As npr. m.: mac Orcáin, Trip. 348.25 ( Ardm. 18b2 ).

ruiben

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v stays, abides, remains, endures ? (a compd. of ro- and ben- (fen-) used as a suppletive for subst. vb.?) ruib .i. tuilled, ut est ní torc ruchtach ruiben i cru isil uirc .i. nocha tuillenn in torc . . . i cru in uirisil [leg. uire ísil?], O'Dav. 1368 ; i.e. the boar does not remain in (? fit into) the lowly pig's sty? Stokes translates `grows' (cf. ro-geinn?). rub .i. tairisium, ut est ar ní recht righ na ríghan ruban i n-airlisibh airech .i. nochor bī ann no nocha ro tairisind eneclann don righ nó don righain, 1367 . ni racht righ nā righna ruibhen .i. noco ruibend, no nocha ro-thairisi and in enech don righ na don righain ona hathachaib[h] bit ac flaith dia tuaith fein, H 3.18 p. 284 ( O'Curry 569 ). nirsat rig nā rigan ruiben .i. nocho ruibhann, no nocho ro tairisenn in eneclann don rig no don riga[i]n o na hathachaib bit ac fognam dia tuaith fein .i. nocho tuillenn, no nocho fuilgenn, H 4.22 p. 15 ( O'Curry 1970 ). The meaning seems to be that under specified circumstances a king's honour-price does not remain, is no longer due (?) from his vassals.

In the follg. exx. from the Bretha Crólige ruidenn seems = ruidenn, ruiden: sirechtach tuile .i. duine nac[h] ruidenn a n-imill lepta `a lustful longer (?), a person who cannot stay in the edge of his bed (?)', Ériu xii 10 § 8 . duine nach ruidenn ar enmnai, 24 § 29 gl. 2 (i.e. a man who cannot stay [content] with one woman).

Cf. o thoroscet con ruibnet hi rrath la nech dia n-ernaiter, H 3.18, 382b ( O'Curry 838 ); of pigs, gl. on the legal maxim: atait secht ratha eirnither la Feine . . . mucu gu secht mbliadnu fichet, Laws v 220 . Cf. prec.

1 tríath

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Forms: -a

n o, m. IGT Decl. § 95 (g s. -a). Given in Laws iv 344.2 as highest of twenty-six `titles of dignity.' lord, chieftain, king: trīath .i. rīg treime ethae īathae, Corm. Y 1198 . trīath rí didiu, trēith a rēim ... tīrsīth a taithmech, 1202 . orc tréith .i. nomen do mac ríg. triath enim rex vocatur , Thr. Ir. Gl. 34 . `t.¤' rígh go rogha ndealbha, Metr. Gl. 8 § 2 . `t.¤' ainm do cach tigherna, 9 § 2 . fri triath tailc taurgaib, BDD² 1041 . is t.¤ tailc tnuthgaile, LU 8960 . t.¤ ... is ainm dano do ríg, toísech na márthúath, Comp. CC 38 § 42 . 'moa raltais turu trēith, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41 § 31 . Oliuana, baigthi treith extolled by princes (?), SR 2499 . Iob trénfer derbtha treith, 6917 . t.¤ trethain co trumma thair a mighty lord of the sea eastwards, Metr. Dinds. iii 224.23 . bid hé do chomainm tréith tall, iv 228.27 . Temraig na t.¤ , 15 . ro-thairmcell triathu trét, ii 82.30 . dursan do thriath cen beith béo, ACL iii 305 § 1 . triath nembras (of Christ), Anecd. i 39.y . a tríath chuca ar cūairt ar sin, ZCP viii 116.10 . mór ríg ... mór t.¤ , TTr.² 1015 . o thriath na cceimenn ccadais (of the Pope), BNnÉ 283.32 . tréit ocus taisig, Cog. 160.7 . ro dílceand triathu Tiabandai, Alex. 72 . a fiadhnaise a dhā t[h]riath, ML² 1236 . a ua na dtriath ba tréine i dtreas, Dánfhocail 256 . ar sgáth fola Thriaith na Rann (of Christ), 200 . Lugh Lámhḟada, triath Teamhra, TD 6.15 . triatha ar tuisleadhaigh chieftains stumbling, TSh. 6610 . ba cara dósomh triath an tíre, AFM vi 1924.4 . As n.pr. Triath mac Feabail, Ériu xii 142.28 .

Meaning uncertain in phrase (n.pr. ?) torc, orc tréith, tríath (see C. O'Rahilly, Ireland and Wales pp. 120 - 122 ): orc trēith .i. ainm do mac rīgh: trīath enim rex uocatur. Ōenach n-uirc trēith .i. biadh ┐ ēdach lōghmar, etc., Corm. Y 1018 . i n-óenach tuirc thréith, RC xxvi 26.z . is aco robai torc triath .i. righ torcraidhi Erenn ┐ is de ata Magh Triathairne, BB 34b35 = is aca fós baoi Triath-rí-thorc ó ráidhtear Treitheirne Mumhan, Keat. i 218.18 . Cf. 2 tríath.

Compds. ¤aire chieftain: triur ... triath-airech, MR 152.12 . ¤ben princess: bean súd go dtréidhibh triathmhná, Aithd. D. 87.18 . ¤bla ?: ced Fiacha Scraptene imrá | triathbhla tailc threibe Temra, LL 132a39 . Fiacra fer na feili | cotgab triathblai ar trení, IT iii 57.16 . ¤buiden princely host: dar triathbhuidnib togaidi in talman, MR 116.3 . ar ttocht dá triathbuidhnibh na timchell, AFM v 1574.4 . ¤buidnech having princely hosts: a thriathbhuidhnigh Fhuinn Fhiachuidh, DDána 63.11 . ¤chnoc princely height: ós tríathchnocc taulcháin Taillten, Ériu iv 96.6 . ¤chú noble hound: don triathchoin, DDána 118.12 . ¤eigre noble heir: don óigh mhaothainnre as treise ar a triathoidhre, Aithd. D. 72.11 . ¤luchtmar peopled with nobles: lúthrochtain dúine Dé an teaghlaigh thriathlachtmhair, Aithd. D. 76.20 . (?) ¤lám: .h. Tigernmais na triathlam, LL 17b34 . ¤lonn nobly angry: curaid ... triath-lonn, MR 182.4 . ¤luinne noble anger: re triath-luinne a trén-taisech, MR 184.3 . ¤onchonta having lordly standards (?): tor tenn t. taisech, Caithr. CC 6.z . ¤ruire noble king: madh áil a fhiafroighidh soin | do thriathruiribh cláir Cobhthoigh, L. Cl. A. B. 226.4 .