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1 íth

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 íth or dil.ie/29151

 

Forms: íoth, a, íthe, ítha, etha

n u,[? n.] (íoth g. ¤a and íthe, f., Dinneen). g s. ítha, LU 9725. etha, Corm. Y 1179 (prob. an analogical form. Cf. ith).

fat, lard, grease: nipu thuc conid árfus (leg. co n-í.¤ ar fus, Ed.) `it was not a `bone with grease' remaining' (gl. sublatum est quod superfuit illís fragmentorum coffíni xii.), Thes. i 495.4 (Ardm.). i.¤ na cethra notēged isna cainnle apud ueteress , Corm. Y 735. sruth .i. sruaim etha .i. imat ēisc inte, 1179 . fot cach itharna .i. fot cacha cainnli dib iar na roinn da dluighi do cur itha innti, O'D. 1080 (< H 2.15A, p. 41a ). is dó doratad tría rath féli in bó co n-aib ítha `with fat livers' (see 1 óa), LU 9725. foillged littu lúatha | ... 'mon búar co mblaid ítha `famed for fatness,' Metr. Dinds. iii 218.39 . hí.¤ ... ar asnaib `fat on his ribs,' MacCongl. 79.31 . a srīan cona aradnu hitha, 81.5 . In comic pedigree: meic holair, meic inmair, meic hítha, MacCongl. 33.21 . greidhm don íoth lé níor léigeadh `not a bit of the fat was left on her,' Content. xi 9. í.¤ muice agus bromaol tóna dona coinnlibh, L. Cl. A. B., 45.12 .