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airthócbáil

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vn. of ar-tócaib act of raising, hoisting: ancaireda ica n-airtócbáil, LL 236a25 ( TTr. 1425 ). cloch . . . na'r fhéadadar d'árdúghadh ná d'urthógbháil, ML 2.16 . re h-imad fholt . . . ar na n-ur-thogbail do chennaib, MR 240.3 . thug mé úrthógbháil faoi an gcoire a vigorous lift, ITS i 24 z . urrtogbhail erridh (in a list of the military arts), BB 488b21 . dobert urtócbail míled fair, CCath. 2073 . Act of elevating (in Mass): riaffreand d'urtocbail , BB 242b4 . Fig. urthócbáil úailli ina mínmailgib the brows proudly arched, BDD² 34 . In concrete sense of raised ornament: irthocbáil . . . do charmoclaib fóthib uile, TFerbe 32 . Cf. TBFr. 25 where a similar descr. has eirmitiuda.

forlaim(m)

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n n,n. (vn. of for-ling) leaping (on, over) (?) : forleim slan (a good point in a horse), O'Curry 1864 ( 23 P 3, 20a ). a chluiche oc forláim a gaiscid `in leaping to his weapons' LU 6946 ( BDD 57 = a chuicligi oc forlaimm Y, ic urtócbáil , Eg. ; cf. forling a gaisced ib.). Hence prob. : forláimh .i. fír-léim ; ag forláimh ar a ghaisgeadh, O'Cl. In Laws some kind of trespass (= airlim ?) : cethrime meich ina fórlim, Laws iv 80.31 Comm. Cf. ni fothu firinne forlaim ndala dliged inna aile, ii 130.20 (< H 3. 18, 378 ).