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liïd

Cite this: eDIL s.v. liïd or dil.ie/30216

 

Forms: líud, líthe

v later with stem líd-, líg-, líth-, lí-. Vn. líud, part. líthe. IGT Verbs § 37 . Charges, accuses, imputes to.

I In constr. with FOR.

(a) liimse forrusom díltud esséirge Crist I accuse them of denying Christ's resurrection, Wb. 13b18 . límmi for Dia ní nád deirgéni, 13b17 . líit fornn a épirt, 2a13 . ni liim for suide `I do not make Him responsible', 10a1 . fer for a llither forcraid netraid `a man who is accused of excess of lust', BCrólige 29 . fer fora liter go, Laws i 198.13 Comm . mad innraic lidhis ar eisinnraic, O'Curry 285 ( H 3.18, 157 ). cinnti leis nach é an tí for a líann dorinne an cin, O'Curry 2490 ( Eg. 88, 40a ). ni lia for sochlacha sargnima .i. ni ro lí siú for na deghlaochaib, ib. cene . . . buí G. . . . occondísin líthe bine fora mnái (lithe, lítear, vll.), Corm. Bodl. 24 (s.v. nescóit). líthe foir fomus, Ériu xviii 24 § 42 . do thempul Ierusalem ro líset sum for Isu sin do ráda, PH 3147 . na breca duba lifess Demun form, LB 240b41 . is fairre uile liess da eurndail do bheith fuoirre he claims that it is the whole of it (i.e. alphabet) which is divided in two, Auraic. 3385 . frisin cair ┐ frisin míclu liít in senadh forain, CCath. 5068 . in rannán dogniatsom / . . . is form-sa duslíat-som: / for coin líter cech ndíbhe, ZCP vii 268 § 1 . do líadh oruinn olc Umhuill we were accused of wreaking the destruction of U., O'R. Poems 2500 . mac nach lem, liter orm-sa `is fathered upon me', BCC 353 ( ZCP viii 561 § 1 ). Note also: is clann díreach lithior lais `is attributed to him(?)' (Gloss.), O'R. Poems 3023 . uair nocha lit[h]eir olc uad since no accusation of evil is made by him, ACL iii 308 § 32.

(b) Of illicit sexual intercourse (cf. Corm. Bodl. 24 cited above): líter fair ben Chrínraidh he is accused of violating the wife of C., Cóir Anm. 142 . Mac Giallcada . . . ar ar-líeadh Uaine aluind, ZCP xiii 221.12 . do lígadh a ben roime sin air, Celt. Rev. iv 18. Hence promises in marriage : líthear ort . . . / caor do mhianaigh Mogha Méid / sona an liamhain dod leithéid, DDána 97.9 . Of a prince and his territory: líthear é ar Cruachain Connacht, O'R. Poems 1078. Cf. ná lí Teamraigh ar ó dTáil, IGT Verbs ex. 356.

II With direct obj.: accuses, (in certain contexts) accuses of sexual crime: a gillu Connacht nad liu / for trommacht, Sc.M² 21a , perhaps a mere poetic inversion of the more usual construction described above (but see Gloss.). ná lí do mhnái co finnair, Acall. 582 . da curtar in tadamus fo cluais na mna liter, admaigi a fir uile, Celtica ii 80.339 . arc rolith (.i. corp rolen) he accused (i.e. subdued?) the body, ZCP v 486 § 8 (B. na f.). do líedh an gadaighe 'san gniomh sin, BNnÉ 238.24 . Cf. mádh luidhi líthear-somh / i n-gnímhaibh geimhlibh `if they are charged on oath with deeds (deserving of) fetters', Leb. Cert. 140.3 (but for luidhi read perhaps líud; líud, BB). roliad si iarum a Colcain, Anecd. i 7.12 = a[r] C[h]., SCano 210 (see n. 0 ).