iarlacht

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n ā, f. (íarla) an earldom : da mad hí ingen in iarla bes agud, ní bia inme bus mó nan iarlocht agud, ZCP vi 63.11 . buí iarla ... a Saxanaib ... ┐ robuí da i.¤ aigi .i. iarlacht ó Barbhuicc ┐ i.¤ Bocigam, RC x 187.12 . i.¤ Cille dara do gabhail do mac Seaain caim mic an iarla, FM iv 990.19 . oidhre na hiarlachta, v 1334.y . is léi táinic i.¤ Rois go Cloinn Domhnuill, L.Cl.A.Buidhe, 52.29 .

íarlaithe

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n (? laithe day) the end ? ; a survivor ? : co mbo hé ba hiarlathi dona bilib ┐ co racrínsad ria lind, Ériu iv 150.12 . ? or omit `┐' and trans. so that this was the last end of the trees, that they withered ... . Mugna is Cróeb Daithi indiu | is Fintan a n-iarlaithiu `and F. surviving (?),' 26 .

? To this, as npr. m. I.¤ mac Trena epscop Arda Macha, FM i 150.y . Iarlade Tuama da gualann, Fél. 262.11 . g. Aodh ... comharba I.¤ ┐ airdepscoip Tuama, FM ii 922.5 . Used as epithet: Eochaid iarlaithi rex Cruithne, AU i 120.17 .

1 íarlann

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n (lann f. floor, house) pantry: `iarlonn' iarthar a mbi biadh, Met. Gl. p. 19 § 56. iorlann .i. íarthar tighe mar a mbí biadh, O'Cl.

2 íarlann, íarlonn

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n m. ` after-blade ' (but lann `blade' is f.): cate int aurlonn is iarlonn ┐ int iarlonn is urlonn ┐ int urlonn is remlonn (of a spear), Auraic. 1706.

íarlebar

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adj o, ā (lebar long, pliant) long at the back, flowing at the back : rí-mong órbhuidhe íarleabhar fair co mbíth for sleasaibh in eich forsa mbíth, Cóir Anm. 270. rigmong i.¤ fair, BB 250a10 . Of banners, trailing back : na mer- gedha ailli ... eirblecha iarlepra, CCath. 4928. na mergeda iairlepra erplecha, 5433 . Of a sword: in claideb aith-ger iar-lebur, CRR § 39.

íarless

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n o, m. the inner part of a less : lottar for in n-í.¤ tan bamár inar noendin. Égit in bantrocht isind liss, LU 4962.

íarlinn

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n u, [n.] later m. (lit. after-ale) inferior ale, small beer: trī randa dorigne don lind .i. bunad ┐ tānaisi ┐ īarlind ┐ can ní díb-sin dia comadus `an after-drink ,' BColm. 74.26 . ní thabhair i ndíol an leanna uaidh acht súghán nó iair- honn, TSh. 4655. fíon ar iairleanntaibh d'fhágbhail to leave wine for small beer, DDána 74 § 12.

íarloss

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n after-produce, after-profit: of a swarm of bees : aithgin guna hinadh ┐ gona hiarloss, O'C. 992 (< H 3. 18, p. 425b ). ... saithi rena acomal itir los ┐ iarlos ┐ aithgin, ib.

íarlúib

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n d p. (cf. `lúa' cos, Met. Gl. 16 § 42. lua .i. cos, O'Cl. lua .i. preab, O'Cl. and lue `heel, kick,' MU2) hind-legs ? heels ? backward kicks ? : geirrmila derga amail mucco ... nocoisitis frisna crando sin ┐ nos-bentais cona n-iarluib co tuititis a n-ublai diib, RC ix 474.1 = cona n-iarlaib, Immrama 33.255 .

íarma, íarmo, íarmu

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Forms: iarma

3 s m. and n. of íar + suff. pron. Found only adverbially except: imreditis a traigthi iarma ┐ a escata remi, LU 5917.

(a) then, thereupon, after that : ethais cuco cethrar i.¤ ciallda caingnech, Anecd. i 59 § 78. dochúaid i.¤ reime, Met. Dinds. iv 74.65 . Eochu Ollathair í.¤, | cethri fichit find-bliadna, LL 127b3 . dochomlai i.¤ (v.l. iarum) in cerd, ZCP iii 222.7 . iarma (: bliadhna, gs.) glossed : .i. íer tain, Leb. Gab. 106.14 . solaich daurthige iarmae o chete iar lochaibh Eirne the roofing of an oratory was afterwards brought, AU i 308.13 . bacc iairnn cech oenfir i.¤ , SR 4204. 'mustēti uaib iermo, RC xiii 222.25 . Referring to fut., hereafter : do gena i.¤ , TBC p. 849 n. 15 (na diaid, LL). slicht sain so sīs co comruc trī mac Gārach ┐ blag bec de iarmmo ardāig dlūthaigi in sceōil, TBC² 800.

(b) therefore, then : cesc, cuin do bátar in filidhecht isin chlaind ? ... Muna bé a trí dib, it báird iarma if there be not three of them, they are bards on that account, O'D. 1217 (< H 2. 15, p. 85a ).

(c) With sin besides, moreover : mo thinnscra cóir damh ... ┐ mo ríar iarmusin, IT i 120.30 . is aisneis díles cen fhigur- dacht iarma-sin fil and according to it,' PH 5654. See 1 íarmo.

íarmag

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ind allmuire iar suidhe | cia rāitir into irrse | is sirsann a īarmag | a haithle na loingsi, ZCP x 344 § 27.