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1 ellam, ullam, ollam

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adj I

quick, prompt, speedy; soon, readily: combad ellam no comallaitis aní asrochoilset that they should speedily perform (gl. ut maturent exsolvere) Ml. 95c2 . longphort do gabáil dóib co hellom ┐ co héscaid, TBC-LL¹ 431 . cid ellom condranic cách, luathium conarnic F., 1034 (ullamh St). TBC-I¹ 1402 . ba torrach ather[r]och ellam, IT i 139.15 . dufochtrastar ellam awoke promptly RC xi 450.1 . táncatár...co hellam ond insi, LU 24b10 = RC ix 486.5 . co tisedh co hellam ...docom in catha, CCath. 3296 . tiagaidh uaim go hullamh BNnÉ 218.3 . bás go hullamh d'ḟagháil, TD 30.11 . nib ellam mo lecht, IT iii.1 53.18 . do-beir proinn go hullamh deg-thapaidh doibh, Fl. Earls 90.11 . atá an spioraid ollamh, ┐ an cholann éiglidhe = promptus TSh. 10159 . at[h]cha ellma, RC xxvi 44 § 230 . As attrib.: aisgidh ollamh ready gift TD 25.6 . Compar.: brōnaigh Conailli indiu... | ni ba ellmhu bias gen | i nAird iar nD. not readier shall be the smile AU 687 . rob iat...ba hellma ┐ ba hescaidi aigned d'iarraid na himresna, MR 216.23 . Míchéal... dom anmuin is é as ullmha readiest Dán Dé xxviii 4 . do brisedh eachlusc uirri | bar n-eachradh ní hullmaide IGT, Decl. ex. 554 .

adj II

(a) ready, prepared, finished: cor bo éim ┐ cor bo ellam, MU 8.32 = LL 262b46 . Cf. ellam cach n-airceand .i. cach ni is ellam (.i. is derb) do denum duit ot laim is ellam ort a chin, O'Curry 216 (< H 3.18, 112b ). ro aithin dóibh DC long...do denum occo comdis ellma (v.l. elma) inmara iat fó athgin in erruigh ar chinn, CCath. 169.3269 . Leb. Gab.(i) i 222.19 . combtar ellmha a lóinte till their supplies were ready Hugh Roe² 47 z (f. 26a) . o robtar fuirithe eallmha na Gaill, Hugh Roe, 164.24 (f. 44a) . a mbeith ullamh aicce dochum Uí C. d'aithrioghadh `he had them in readiness' AFM iii 546.13 . ní foláir don uile dhuine bheith ollamh roimhe, ó atá an bás dearbh, TSh. 131 . don tí atá ollamh ar dhéanamh breitheamhnais = qui paratus est judicare 808 . ollamh ar a chionn prepared for it (sc. death) 1543 . ón druing...bhíos ollamh ré fagháil fulachta = ...praeparatis ad escam 7995 . Hence convenient, suitable: ní ba ellam urusa Muir trom-adbul Torrianda do bar n-ǽs athgǽti, LL 238b31 = TTr. 1621 .

(b) finished, complete: in uair rob ullamh an ecclas ready i.e. consecrated RC xxv 398.17 . adhbar righ no rí ullamh heir apparent or actual king BNnÉ 262.30 . ar mbeith ollamh n-ealadhan perfected in his art TD 3.9 . sol ticfadh ēnghloine amháin ullamh este before one glass could come out of it (a glazier's furnace) completed Fl. Earls 70. 10 . derlaic onóir do cloinn na hE., go mba heallomh a n-oirrdercas perfect (?) Leb. Gab.(i) i 130 n. 7 .

(c) ready (for) in the sense of predisposed (to), inclined (to): is ullum iatsein cum idhroipisi, YBL 351a36 . teagaim sin a lucht na lubra ┐ isin lucht bis ullam cuice, 23 P 10³, 21a8 . gurub iad daine is ullma cum flux fola, 22b6 . Cf. ellam .i. a laim esti, Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 184 ( H 3.18, 70.1 ). ellam .i. illaim .i. ni for dail, 210 ( H 3.18, 81.2 ). ellam .i. al-laim ┐ ni for dail, O'Mulc. 379 . Corm. Y 540 . Cf. 2 ellam.

As subst.: a ṡaor-ollamh bláth `thou noble, alert, smooth weapon' TD 33.18 . Cf. raticfa ra mod n-ellaim | meni choisc do droch-thengaid `that will reach thee readily' RC xiv 424.26 = LL 111a27 .

fínán

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Forms: fínan

n o, m. (dim. of 1 fín) cheap wine : fínan (gl. villum `a sup of wine ') Sg. 48b6 . finan gl. ullum , , Études Celt. xi 121 (Paris Latin 10290 30 b 25) .

1 láithrech

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appar. g s. of láthar in adj. and adv. use. As adv. immediately : ag teacht láithreach don g-carcair, Oss. vi 48.6 . tabhair do shlóighte leat láithreach, iv 102.21 . chonairc mé láithreach, ZCP v 208.147 . éirgus A. go láthaireach ullum , Ev.Inf. (LFF) 163 § 17 . Cf. roleicsit inudh lathrech do ar a óici (`place of the battlefield'), TTebe 3746 .

Prob. exx. of adj.: do-ní líog láithreach dhíobh `a standing stone(?)' (Gloss.), TSh. 10496 . do chifir Dia . . . d'fhiadhnaisi laithreach, ITS xxix 221.15 . Cf. gach eó ina linn laithrech, Ériu xiii 32.13 = g[o] lia ina linn laithrech, O'Dav. 1166 (perh. different word, cf. lathrach, 6 lía).

smir

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Forms: smiur

n u,[m.] O.Ir. smiur. marrow : smiur alta gl. ullum , Sg. 95a5 . s.¤ gl. medulla, Ir. Gl. 193 . ennach en nocenss ar is donad a s.¤ , O'Mulc. 397 . for smiur mna F., LU 10248 . atá sunn fuil a chroidhe | mar aen is smior a dhroma, SG 132.21 . iar nōl in smero, TBC-I¹ 2871 . ac tabairt a smera eisib (i.e. from human bones) do upthaib, Laws i 202.31 Comm . ethar bec . . . cona sculmarib smera, MacCongl. 85.12 . ceneli nathrach sin fasait a smeraib na mmarb, CCath. 4146 . dia tuctha cnáim smeara . . . ina fiadnaisi a marrow-bone, MR 70.2 . cech cnáim ima téit s.¤ , 4 . fear truagh léar tréigiodh a smior `whose marrow had gone from him', TD 44.7 . uindimint . . . do s.¤ fiadha, ┐ laigh, Rosa Angl. 106.7 . is imchubaid a ngeir a teinneas . . . an smira, RSláinte 6097 . cnaim na righedh gona s.¤ , Irish Texts v 5.35 . a s.¤ ┐ a n-incinn ┐ a fuil na ndaine, Ir. Astr. Tr. 46.15 . do dheunfamaois smior fosgailte dhíot, Oss. iii 74.12 . atáid a chnámha ar na máothughadh ó smior, Job xxi 24 . gu roinn . . . na n-alt ┐ an smeara, Heb. iv 12 . ná bí gan smeara dhod bhróguib fat, grease (?), PCT 611 .

Prov.: is cuinchid smera cen smúais (of two inseparable things), RC xx 436.x (ACC). as deadail smeara fri smuas | . . . | sinn deis ar nargari uais `the parting of the marrow from the bone', Manners and Customs iii 251 n . See smúas.

Of persons: a s.¤ ind fir-ecna `marrow of true wisdom' (of God), Ir. Lit. 4.10 . diliu limsa Eogan | andāt . . . | rop é s.¤ mo chnāma, | rop hí in chuslend cride, PRIA xix 548 § 23 ( LL 147a ).

In phrases: smiur gūaile .i. iarn, Anecd. iii 44.14 (a kenning for the letter t in Ogham alphabet) = s.¤ guailí .i. cuillenn sen, Auraic. 5633 . See smerdnide. s.¤ eindche see 1 ennach. smera (s.¤) smennta see smennta.

In n. loc.: S.¤ find Feidelme (one of the names of the Boyne), ZCP viii 106 § 5 . See Hog. Onom.

Compds.: ¤gall n.pr.: tug an díol céadna . . . | Eochaidh F. ar Smiorghall, Content. xviii 40 . Cf. 93 and Keat. ii 1965 . ¤spairt a clod of marrow : co n-derrna smirspairti fola cro da curp, CF 221 . See smirammair, smirchomairt.