1 láithrech

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appar. g s. of láthar in adj. and adv. use. As adv. immediately : ag teacht láithreach don g-carcair, Oss. vi 48.6 . tabhair do shlóighte leat láithreach, iv 102.21 . chonairc mé láithreach, ZCP v 208.147 . Cf. roleicsit inudh lathrech do ar a óici (`place of the battlefield'), TTebe 3746 .

Prob. exx. of adj.: do-ní líog láithreach dhíobh `a standing stone(?)' (Gloss.), TSh. 10496 . do chifir Dia . . . d'fhiadhnaisi laithreach, ITS xxix 221.15 . Cf. gach eó ina linn laithrech, Ériu xiii 32.13 = g[o] lia ina linn laithrech, O'Dav. 1166 (perh. different word, cf. lathrach, 6 lía).

2 láithrech

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x see láthar.

3 láithrech

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x see láthrach.

? láithreóir

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n [i, m.] (cf. láthar): Laitneoir .i. laithreoir .i. iar- sinni laithres co treorach propounder, Auraic. 2911.

laithrid

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x see láthraid.

laithrinn, láithrinn ?

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n see EIF 432 . (?cf. láthar) only in Laws Comm. proper place or situation of person or thing : slán do mogaidh . . . ina l.¤ comdligtigh, Laws iii 174.11 . ised is laithrind do mogaid andsin ead a láime ┐ [samtaighe] a tuaigi uad ar cach leth, 178.20 . Contrasted with sechtar l.¤ : ised is laithrind don chuail cach inat a cuirenn de hi do gres . . . issed is sechtar laithrind ann, cach bail na cuirenn de hi do gres the proper place for the faggot is any place where he sets it down, 178.5 , 8 . Compen- sation for accidental injuries depended to a large extent on whether offending object or person was in its l.¤ or outside it: masa crand ro tuit eisti i[s] scenmanna da riagail riso . . . A laithrind sin; ┐ ma sechtar laithrind, is amhuil indeithbire torbaigh `if it be a stick that has fallen from it (the bundle), it (the case) is to be regulated by the law of "slippings off" . . . these are slippings in his (the servant's) proper place, but if outside his proper place it is a case of unnecessary profit', 176.18 . Of injury caused by a cow: slan di in tesbach a laithrind, 228.21 . slan do rob . . . air a cuairt ingelta, no 'na l.¤ dligthech O'C. 2103 ( H.4.22 p. 76a ). See also leithrind (léithrind ?).

laithriu

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x see leithriu.

laiti

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x see laíded.

Laitin

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pn see Laiten.

Laitind(a)e

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Forms: Laitianda, Latinnda

adj io, iā, (Laiten) also Laitianda. Latin, pertaining to Latin : níbbu machdath betis grecdi . . . ┐ dano it latindi gl. in. . . dictionibus quas a Graecis sumpsimus, Sg. 6a9 . lín liter laitinde, 6b16 . ní biat i n-anmanaib laitindib ┐ ní erchuiretar lín liter laitinde, 17 . i n-epertaib laitinṅdaib gl. in Latinis . . . dictionibus, 9a22 . forsin n-aibgiteir Latindai, Auraic. 312 = Laitianta, 2645 . a frithindleadach Latinda, 313 = latianto, 2650 . Latinatass, Latianda uada-side, 2724 . Latinnda, 2728 . Tuil Cicer . . . aentenga ón na sulbuiri Latianda maximus auctor Tullius eloquii, CCath. 4469 . cusin tengaidh laitianda, Marco P. l.¤ trāchtad . . . arna thairring a leabraib laidianda, ZCP xii 294.4 . leabair lán-áille laid- íanda, BNnÉ 168.30 . feallsamh . . . / fuair treoir na dtonn laid- eanda, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 175.94 . ón fhilidh láin-cheart Laidionda, DDána 111.9 .

See Laitnemail.

Laitindecht

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n (Latindae) Latinity : a Laidinta .i. on Latindecht, Auraic. 355.