2 lann

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 lann or dil.ie/29566

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(a) land, ground, plot : sruthān dar a laind, Ériu i 39 § 4 . Tuathal Techtmar, triath ar cland / foluing do land lechtach lom, Metr. Dinds. ii 12.48 . docechaing a Bregaib i lLife laind fogair `into the neighbouring land of Liffey', ZCP xii 436 § 3 . ba sī in crīch fri dūailchiu / itir lisu l.¤ `this (i.e. a hermitage) were an end to sins among the mansions of the land', Ériu ii 56 § 13. Cf. co fil al-leacht diblīnaib / il-laind Cind Beara brīgmair (n. loc. ?), 30 § 14 . cuirthe i lland tochre i lland airderg damrad, LU 10881 ( cuire i lláim tochra i llaim aurdairc damrad, 10821 ).

(b) house, building, especially church (cf. We. llann): ittá sund, a chléirigh, inaid lainde do maccaib Lūachāin; bidh hē-sin a ainm co bráth . . . .i. L. mac Lūachāin, BColm. 28.22 , 23 . il-laind, ZCP vii 311 § 8 . land ro chennaig Congal . . . .i. leth lainded (= lainde) meic Aeda, Misc. Arch. Soc. 140.5 . bidh limsa an baile gan dail / bidh í an laind si laind Cholmain, BNnÉ 172.4 . land Cluana Airrthir indíu / amra in ceathrar forsr' íadhad `the Church of C.A.' RC xvii 178.9 = CS 78.17 = AFM i 244.5 = AU i 94.16 . mac geines i tulaich teind / bid maith duind biaid aenla land, Lec. 111 va49 = Miscell. Celt. Soc. 20.13 `good to us shall one day be his church'. l.¤ .i. ithlann no ferann ut est comarba liag ima lanna lig, O'Dav. 1168 . l.¤ .i. téughdhais, no teagh, l.¤ .i. eaglas, O'Cl. ? drong .i. imat. ut est, drongaib áe oenan lainn laim lesaib, O'Dav. 727. In nn. loc.: Colman o Laind (lainn, v.l.) lígaich, Fél. Mar. 30 . maic Móináin co n-ógi / ó Laind lígaig Léri, June 18 . Colmán ó Laind Elo, Sept. 26. See Hog. Onom.