lánamnacht

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adj ā, f. = lánamnas: is i lanamnacht athfegthair itir in flaith ┐ a cheile, rath ┐ seoit turclaidi uadsum doibsium, ┐ a nditin ar cach n-inndligedh go nic; biathadh ┐ manchuine [┐ ureirge] uaithibsium dosum, Laws ii 344.10 Comm . = v 24.18 Comm . lanamnacht . . . itir in eclais ┐ a manchu, ii 344.25 Comm . lanamandacht, ii 350.5 Comm . is í lánamh- nacht uil eitir an aite ┐ in dalta foircetail, O'D. 597 ( H.3.17 col. 451 ).

lanamnaide

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ind gene na lanamnaide deme, Auraic. 1812. For lánamnae, g s. of lánamain?

lánamnas

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n u, later o, m. partnership, social and / or legal relationship between two parties .

(a) Of relationship of man and wife, marriage: imb i n-ógi imb i l.¤ , Wb. 10a 12 . imp óge fa l.¤ , 18 . na téit i ll.¤ `let him not enter matrimony', 15 . imdibthe ó lanamnas gl. virginitas, 14 . dechur fil eter lanamnas et ógi, 10b21 . ó dligud lanam- nasa, Thes. ii 3.34 . ma rosmesadar na mna so fri nech natbi lanamnusa `if these women have estimated themselves as a person who has no partner(?)', BCrólige 33 . a miad a lanamnasa `according to the dignity of their marriage', 34 . ben tanaisi lanamnusa, 56 . ben a lanamnas (.i. ingen na flatha do thabairt do'n ceile), Laws v 222.2 , 13 Comm . (one of the secht n-écmachta ratha things impossible as stock). is dilis don cetmuintir in coibche sin, ma ogaid a mamu techta a lanamnais, ii 382.17 .

In phr. l.¤ (in)dligthech (un)lawful wedlock: áes lanamnassa dligthig, Thes. ii 255.11 (Stowe Missal). lethdire croligi cach lanamnasa dligtig di cach lanamnas indligtig, BCrólige 3 . óige ┐ aithrigi ┐ lanamnus dligtech, PH 7083. Also l.¤ dligid: roboí . . . cum uxore sua hillanamnas dligid `in lawful wedlock', Mon. Tall. 86 . nir' lenus do lanumhnus dligidh, RC xiv 50.8 . Cf. reim aósa lanamnasa `the course prescribed to a wedded couple', Mon. Tall. 50 . dala in lanamnais / abair rium mar is dénta, Ériu v 26.5 . no theigdis . . . illanumnos iar forchongra a sruithi, YBL 156a19 (of Mary and Joseph).

Also sexual intercourse (in wedlock): ni cumuing imfog- baidetith na lanamnas manip tol lasin fer, Wb. 9d16 . ind hí lanamnus atái beus? nicon ed . . . attaat teora bliadna and nicon comracamar díblíonaib, Mon. Tall. 21 . suiri dóib . . . etir praind ┐ lanamnais (sic), 50 . tar(a)daín do l.¤ , Críth Gabl. 546 . os hé cona l.¤ choir, 144 . atait secht mna . . . it meise imscar a lanamnus cibe la bes maith leo `separate from cohabitation', Laws v 292.17 . cethre srotha déc éicsi . . . idna láme ┐ lanamnais, LL 3900 ( IT iii 58.2 ).

As attrib. g s.: ara leabaidh lánamhnais, BNnÉ 230.w . móirṡeiser ban a acobhar lānamhnuis sexual desire (of Fergus), Ériu viii 136.26 .

(b) of partnership in general: is ill.¤ dorograd dochum ṅ dée gl. in Domino vocatus est servus (`in matrimony'), Wb. 10a22 , `als doer-chéle', Thurn. Stud. in E. Ir. Law p. 5 . caite corus fene? Comaithcesa, lanamnasa, aithne, Laws iii 16.13 . cain lanamnussa techta `the law of social relationship', i 40.22 . ni coir etla cumtusa lanamnusa comtincuir cen comlogud `the mutual advantage of a connexion of equal property is not to be evaded without adjustment', ii 360.19 . The various kinds included l.¤ comthinchuir, Stud. in Ir. Law 18 f ., 81f. , 210 ; union of joint contribution. l.¤ for bantinchur, 20 , 57f. ; union (of a man) on the woman’s contribution. l.¤ for ferthinchur, 45f. , 83 , 224f. , 253 ; union (of a woman) on the man’s contribution. l.¤ foxail, 68f. , 82 ; union of abduction. l.¤ (tothla i) tāide, 68f. , 70 ; union of secret visiting. l.¤ fir thathigtheo union of a man visiting. l.¤ éicne nó sleithe union by forcible rape or stealth. See tinchor, fochsal, tothla.

lanchuir

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x see lán-.

lándae

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ind = lán: fuath lochad landai lordai / fuath nan-ainne erordai, SR 5431 ( i Sam. vi 11 ).

landgar

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ind also -gur: co ḟargabtís turrscar ┐ l.¤ a nemi for in talmain `Schaum', Alex. 722 = landgur a ngainme. BB 495a4 (of serpents). Cf. 1 lann (c).

lang

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word or words mainly confined to glossaries. Explained as

adj (a) long: langpeitir .i. anglis insein; l.¤ .i. fata, Corm. Y 812. l.¤ .i. fada, ZCP v 484 § 6 (B. na f.). ?l.¤ uindsi ainm do arc a gal, 487 § 11 (B. na f.). Cf. long .i. fada, Lec. Gl. 470 . l.¤ , M 277 .

adj n (b) treachery, treacherous : l.¤ .i. brēce nó mebal ut dixit Senchan Torpeist: bēs do langaib etc., O'Mulc. 789 . im-Maig Line, ba tria laiṅg / docer Diarmait Macc Cerbaill `by treachery', RC xxiii 312.1 . In etymol. glosses on Gaileng: gaileng .i. gāe-laṅg .i. cac ar enech, Corm. Y 685 . Gaileng .i. gaei l.¤ .i. cen cennach, Th. Ir. Gl. p. 23. Cf. Galanga l.¤ (.i. fell) . . . Cormac Gaileng . . . .i. gái l.¤ .i. gai meabhlach iarrsaní dorinne gái forsna brocaibh gurus marbh íat, Cóir Anm. 239 . `l.¤', meabhuil, Met. Gl. Ff. 57 . `l.¤', ainm do gach meabhail mhóir, D 22 . l.¤ .i. meabhal, O'Cl.

n (c) feast: `l.¤' fled, Met. Gl. Eg. 20 . O'C. 1967 ( H.4.22, 13 ). Lec. Gl. 550 ( M 344 ). ?Cf. ó Nín co Léo lemnach (?) l.¤ , ZCP x 271.2 .

Note also: is l.¤ mo leine (.i. is trūag mo sgēla), ZCP v 487 § 2 (B. na f.).

1 langa

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ind (ON langa, Bidrag 159 ) ling: langa is trosg, Iar. Conn. 289.9 .

2 langa

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n bíd cuasa ceilge, ┐ l.¤ lobhair locht san leisge, TSh. 10536. Editor suggests ` quicksands ' and compares Mod. Ir. bata (i) lang ` misfortune '. Perh. sea-tangle. Cf. langadair `a very long seaweed', Hog. Luibhl. See 1 langach.

1 langach

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n sea tangle(?): amhail bhíd l.¤ lobhair ┐ cuasa san ghainimh, ré slogadh chos an tí bhíos ag triall innte, TSh. 10534 . i l.¤ lobhair na leisge, 10661 . Perh. collective of 2 langa. See Dinneen.

2 langach

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adj o, ā (cf. lang) deceitful: do mac rol.¤ (roglannach, v.l.) Rossa, Met. Dinds. iii 60.70 . Hence rolangach .i. romheabh- lach, O'Cl. s.v. lang.