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pait(t)

Cite this: eDIL s.v. pait(t) or dil.ie/34166

Forms: pait, paitt, paitte, pait, phaitt, Pait

n f. a skin-bottle for containing liquids (esp. wine): pait meda, LU 4455 . paitt meda, LL 117a50 . g s. na paitte , 117b2 . mac . . . rop aen-pait uili o dib guaillib suas, IT iii 189.11 ( BB 261a59 ); `all one hood (?)', Stokes; with a featureless head, like a wine-skin? pait foilcthi `a wash-pot ', Laws i 152.8 Comm. n d. da phaitt fína, SR 6311 . da phait fhína, LB 129a35 . pl. dobertatár díurad ind lenna isna paitti, RC ix 478.9 ( LU 1717 ). .ccc. bó craind cona línphattib dubodraib ina ṅgablaib, LL 169a27 = co lin[n]paitib, RC xv 439.9 ; `dark brown pails', Stokes; rather bottles of skin (or canvas = ` lín') resembling cows' udders. As fictitious npr. f.: Pait ingen Cētbanna, Anecd. ii 56.7 .

pait quasi fu-áit .i. ait fuail ┐ dichned deridh fuil and, Corm. Y 1062 , is prob. a fanciful derivation of this word, cf. fual quasi bual .i. uisce, 596 ; hence O'Reilly's pait `a watering-place '.

pait(t)ric

Cite this: eDIL s.v. pait(t)ric or dil.ie/34170

Forms: peatruig, paitric

n f. (O.N. loan-word, Bidrag 125 ) a halter, bridle : paitric .i. cenn-srian, Metr. Gl. Ff. 19 . peatruic .i. ceann-srian, O'Cl. peatruig `a halter', O'R. paitric (peatraic) `the headstall of a bridle', Dinneen .