2 lainn

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x see 1 lann.

3 lainn

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x see 2 lann.

1 lainne

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Forms: loinne, luinne

n , f. (1 lainn) Also loinne, luinne, and later appar. confused with luinne (1 lonn). eagerness, delight, pleasure : ar lainni fesso scél on techtairiu `because of the eagerness for tidings from the messenger', Wb. 14d30 . ind l.¤ gl. alacritas, Ml. 82c7 . l.¤ gl. acrimonia, Sg. 50b15 . l.¤ gl. acredo, 52a16 . 62b3 . ar lainni in molta, LU 406 . lerg lán l.¤ Luigdech `full of the splendour of L.', Met. Dinds. ii 42.3 . domun duthain a lainde, i 28.1 . robúi a ṡaint ┐ a láinne acco uile they were all eager for it (i.e. for war), CCath. 322 . go loinne meanman, ITS v 16.z . l.¤ .i. meadhair no uaill, O'Cl.

With lúthgáir: re loinne ┐ re luathghair, Ériu iv 52.14 . gur badh loinne ┐ lúthgháir ┐ láinmheanma lais gach áigh, CRR 102.6 . In phr. co llainni as quasi-adj. splendid, pleasant : féil Cellaich col-lainni, Fél. Oct. 7 . céim n-aurlatad co llaindi, Ériu iii 100 § 27. ? In cheville: cruaidh a lainde (`by the harshness of his lance'), Cog. 90.3 .

2 lainne

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ind na ro airighset in mhuir ag l.¤ (glossed ag líonadh) iompa, Leb. Gab. 72.19 . Perh. for ag luinne raging , l.¤ .i. líonadh, O'Cl.

1 lainnech

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adj o, ā (1 lann). Also lo-, lu-, -n-. armed: l.¤ legiōn, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41 § 28 . Slanga . . . lainech, LL 548 = laindeach, BB 24b18 . luinnech glossed slegach no cloidh- meach, Leb. Gab. 62.1 . Whence lainech .i. sleaghach, O'Cl. lāechradh laind[e]ach lendach, Arch. iii 294 § 5 . ropsat lainnecha . . . Laigin `spear-armed', MR 194.7 . earr óg . . . lond- mer, laindech, 224.20 . Perh. misunderstood by glossator in: Loman l.¤ .i. lanna claime fair `L. the scaly', Fél. 222.19 . do Murchad glún-i-llár lainech (: Ailech), Arch. Hib. ii 49 § 24. la righ Laigean lainech, FM ii 652.18 .

2 lainnech

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adj o, ā (1 lainn). Also lo-, lu- eager . Of persons: se fen laíndech . . . lansantach im eolus . . . gacha tire, BB 412b27 . in rioghan fhíal fír-l.¤ , BNnÉ 199.29 . lúinneach `jovial', Oss. v 136.12 . is loinnioch lúthmhar a laoich goile, CRR² 82.22 . ? dath loinneach ar do ghrúaidh, 23 I 1, 109 . With copula: budh laindeach lé she was pleased, Ir. Texts iii 14.10 . Adv.: guidhim Pádraig . . . / im naomhaibh uaisle Éireann / . . . beid go luinneach im láimh thall `active for me', Dán Dé xxv 69 . gluaisid less ina longaib / co laindech na Lochlannuich, Ir. Texts ii 3 § 18.

Rare in other applications: dáilidh damh an liric loinnech, Studies 1923, 598 § 9 . Cf. guth mín mormas di lic laindech, Anecd. i 67.15 = laind[r]ech, ZCP xi 158.11 , which gives better sense. lés lánl.¤ , SG 25.11 .

lainnechus

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n (2 lainnech) eagerness: bai laíndecus aige techt in gach tir, BB 412b29 .

lainnéne

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x see lainnín.

Lainnemuil

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pn i (Laitin) Latin: an file Lainnemhuil, Párl. na mB. 3270 , 3397 .

lainner

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Forms: loinnear

n [ā, f.]also lo-. loinnear f., IGT Decl. § 54.

(a) lamp ; inné nach ffaicend tú na soillsi annsna lainderaib, ┐ gan éinni da losccadh aca? BNnÉ 59.2 .

(b) light, brightness, gleam : loinder find na hōghdachta, Arch. iii 245 § 18. loinnear nach sochaithmhe `lights not easily extinguished', Arch. Hib. i 87 § 21. Fig. cen úaill cen laindir / oc techt i ndáil rig aingel, Ériu iii 100 § 25 . loinnear smóil ndata ndoinnshlegh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 94.15 . fa sholus do shoighead, ┐ fa loinnir do gath tonnaigh, Habac. iii 11 . loinnir `shining', Eg. Gl. 434.

Compds. With noun: cath loinnearlann battle of bright blades, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 95.47 . With adjj.: ar dhéd dhornchla loinnerdhuinn, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 99.166 . a hui Liathain lainderglain `illustrious', Reeves Ad. 266.4 .

lainnerda

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adj io, iā (lainner). bright, brilliant, shining, resplendent : in grén tind .i. tentide lainderda, Thes, ii 325.34 . 'sin tres laithiu lainderda, SR 8077 . lesbaire lasamain lainderda, MR 240.1 . lasair lonnrach loinderrdha, ZCP vi 279.w . taiglich .i. lonnirda, Lec. Gl. M 140. Of eyes: rosc roglass l.¤ , TBC 5270 . súile . . . luinneardha, ZCP i 127.27 . rosg loinnerdha, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 94.18 . gruaidh loinneardha, O'Hara 1850. Of precious stone: issi caindell ardustá / in lía lógmar lainerdá, LU 3689 ( SC 33 ). clocha loinneardha, 1 Chron. xxix 2. In phr. lia l.¤ , of outstanding persons: lia lán l.¤ (of Colm Cille), Arch. iii 218.18 . liä lūagmar lainderda (of St. Bairre), Bruchst. i 24.2 . Cf. ind lia lógmar ┐ ind locharnd loinderdai (of St. Patrick), Trip.² 74. Of flashing arms or armour: dá sleaghaibh loinneardha, CRR² 82.1 . do thaidlig . . . na laigean lainderdai, Alex. 16 . co līn lūirech lainderrdha, ZCP xiii 12.8 . co léibhend lainderdha do chruinnscciathaibh, FM vi 2028. 12 . Cf. lenti lebra laindera (leg. lainderda), Cog. 160.30 .

Of persons, especially God, saints: a meic l.¤ Lūachāin, BColm. 48.1 . ingen l.¤ Labain, SR 3022 . co treib lainderda Labain, 2928 . atá tú loinneardha ┐ oirdheirc, Ps. lxxvi 4. Med. a leighes laind arda (leg. laindarda?) `its complete cure', Laws iii 362.3 Comm .

As subst.: a ligach, a loinderrda (of Virgin Mary), Ériu i 122.14 .