lannóir

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ind lannóir .i. bo . . . ana lachta coa lannoir (: cóir), RC xx 250.15 ( ACC 52 ). l.¤ .i. bó, O'Cl.

lannsa

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n (Engl. or Rom. loanword) lance: lainne is l.¤ liomhtha, Keat. Poems 920 . ag comhmbrisedh na lannsaidhe, Fl. Earls 80.16 . le sceanuibh ┐ le lansadhuibh, l Kings xviii 28 .

lanntaoir

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n (Engl. larder?) storeroom: cuile nó l.¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 624.30 . do rinne sé lanntaóir ag na slabhradhuibh óir, l Kings vi 21 .

laogán

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x see láegan.

laoisi

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x see loise.

láp

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Forms: láip

n [ā, f.]in later language láip. See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 198. mud, mire : lap .i. loth no cechair, O'Dav. 1147 . as cenn i lap lathar n-aigniusa mainip fri hollamhain, Laws v 100.32 Comm . (prov. of futile action). dena doilghes . . . ar son do chomh- naidhi fein is in laibh (leg. láib) so, ITS xxix 219.11 . do rinne sé láib ┐ do chumail sé dom ṡúilibh í, John ix 11 . amhail láib na sráideann, Zech. ix 3 . atáim ceangailte i láib an ghrinnill in limo profundo, TSh. 4188 . na róid ṡalacha 'na mbí láib ┐ laitheach, 10735 . Fig. of sin, vice : láib na drúise, 10435 . éirgheadh as láib na locht, Eochairsg. 83.4 . ? In n.pr. Ōengus Lappae (Laipi, v.l.), Corp. Gen.

lapa

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x see luba.

lápán

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n o,m. (láp) mire, dirt : do sluigeadh mé a lábán, Ps. lxix 2. salchar ┐ labán, Is. lvii 20 . áite lábáin, Ezek. xlvii 11 . ni mó an sgiling on righ no an chionóg on mbocht labain `poor man' (Gloss.), Luc. Fid.² 62 . is cenn a labbán . . . dul ina gnáis (of associating with sinful woman), SG 47.z .

lápda

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adj (láp) miry: gur bo lan-bog labdha . . . gach inad uiscidhe, MR 256.14 .

lapideracht

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n lapidary science : gurub mar sin crichnuigter in lebar lapiderachta Celtica ii 79 § 35 .

lár

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n o,n. ( Ml. 89d18 , 108d15 ), later m.

I The meanings are (a) surface and (b) middle . But the distinction is not always clear-cut, and the following classification must be regarded as to some extent arbitrary.

(a) surface, ground, floor : ond l.¤ gl. ab solo patrio, Ml. 22a3 . indiles lair gl. proprii soli, 34d11 . do l.¤ sudigthir ditiu du græs. du l.¤ nime dano sudigter ind uisci `a covering is always set against a floor, so then the waters are set against the floor of heaven' (gl. solo), 120d9 . amal bentair foltchíb fri l.¤ talman co n-altain, LU 8619 ( FB 46 ). co torchair béim n-asclaing don pheist . . . oc rabe for l.¤ , LU 9109 ( FB 86 ). gebid lamchloich do l.¤ thalman, TBC 1181 . smútgur in láir, 5057 . a ṅglúini fri l.¤ doib, 5199 = fri talmain, TBC² 3165 . slechtais C. dochum láir `C. bowed himself to the ground', Mon. Tall. 7. draigin . . . / fri tōeb in lāir leith-lessi `by the site of a half- ruined fort', Ériu vii 2.16 . do toccaibh B. do lar hé, BNnÉ 49.4 . tucadur uile a n-gnúisi ré l.¤ , RC xxiv 377.24 . iter neam ┐ lar, Fél. 6.28 . is nephthortech a lar (of Hell), Ériu iii 6.1 . cassraca tenedh . . . ic loscud lair ┐ luibi, BB 240a49 . nir' lam in mac do gabail cuici do lar `she durst not take up the boy from the ground', RC xxiv 190.13 . nach sluic in lār uili ind, Arch. iii 242 § 9 . dia taethsad nem for an l.¤ , BColm. 70.11 . do líon neamh is do lom l.¤ `emptied the earth' (of blood from side of Christ), Dán Dé xxix 8 . ar an l.¤ lom `bare floor', PBocht 20.39 . gemar ó l.¤ ag tacmuing trénḟeda, IGT Decl. ex. 622 . Other applications: amail bogṡimind ar l.¤ srotha surface (middle?), TBC p. 369 n. 3 . gach dara carn ar a l.¤ / gach dara cúach is copán `on its base(?)', Duan. Finn ii 294 § 161 . eoin is a leabtha ar a l.¤ `side' (of engraved goblet), Aithd. D. 9.7 .

(b) interior, middle : congarar C. . . . co lar in rígthaige, LU 8778 ( FB 60 ). tabair in ṅ-gabail dún do l.¤ ind átha from the bed of, TBC 754 . boruaraid C. in certgae, delgthi do l.¤ a dernainni, 3938 . tanic reme tri l.¤ fer ṅ-hErend, 4453 . oc dul di dar l.¤ in taige, IT i 67.6 . as trághadh lacha asa l.¤ (an impossible undertaking), IGT Decl. ex. 1036 . Iarusaléim . . . / l.¤ na cruinne ceithiordha, TD 17.25 . i gcaladh Chairrgi Ferghais / atá l.¤ a fhlaithemhnais, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 68.82 . ón ló loisgfidhear do l.¤ / ┐ ghéisfeas do ghormchlár, DDána 50.22 . as l.¤ na cúirte amach, FM iii 242.16 . a raibhe . . . isin tuaisccert do tabairt less atuaith tre l.¤ adhergnamhad, 352.15 . no chuirdís slógh uí D. ciomhsa an champa . . . ina cheirt medhon ┐ a lar ina leithimel `those who were in the centre', vi 2030.16 . dá leagadh . . . go l.¤ long-phuirt . . . Luicifeir, TSh. 4065 . cialluighidh l.¤ na haltóra bás Críost . . . is é l.¤ na haltóra is meádhon di, Eochairsg. 37.12 . lethat a lair `breadth of its middle', O'Dav. 117. Fig. do luig na lic ar mo l.¤ `presses as a flagstone on my breast', O'Gr. Cat. 361.17.

II In phrases.

(a) With preceding vb. and prep. léicid fo l.¤ abandons: ro léig fo l.¤ a ḟoghuil ┐ a dībeirg, Fianaig. 76.8 . mo dhuine féin . . . / meise fa l.¤ ní léigfeadh `he would never abandon me', TD 12.60 . téid re l.¤ becomes void : rann de do dul re lar ar sgath aithgine, Laws ii 6.7 Comm . cutruma na satha deiric na cneidi do dul re lar, iii 434.4 Comm . ma ro feas na hindile icait itir smacht ┐ aithgin, mane feas teit re lar, O'C. 691 ( H.3.18, 335 ). ni deachaid mian aen n-duine fa l.¤ no desire . . . went unsatisfied, Oss. v 108.4 . teid gal . . . na laech . . . re l.¤ is overthrown, CCath. 1698.

(b) Prep. phrases: a(s) l.¤ from among, out of: Aodh . . . do dhol a l.¤ a aisi ┐ a neirt . . . docum na Romha `in the midst of his age and power', AU iii 494.20 = as l.¤ a inmhe ┐ a aoisi, ALC ii 208.21 . Iomur . . . do chor an tsaoghail de as l.¤ a cloinne ┐ a chonáich, FM iii 406.6 . di l.¤ from within: in corp da lār is lāthach, Arch. iii 238 § 5 . dá l.¤ do lingeadh an Traoi, DDána 119.13 . gleann na ndéar an talamh trom / . . . dá l.¤ is soibheirthe sionn, 45.3 . do l.¤ na fairgi `from the middle of the sea', Laws v 298.20 Comm . for (ar) l.¤ . in the middle (midst) of, in: ocht ngemma . . . for l.¤ a da imlisen, LU 8676 ( FB 51 ). ar lar a dá imcaisne, TBC 260 . for l.¤ na firmaiminti, Laws i 26.24 Comm . for l.¤ na Róma `in Rome', PH 543 . ar l.¤ a tṡluaig, Acall. 6944 . Laidhgnen . . . do marbad for l.¤ Trín Aird Macha `in the midst of the Third of Armagh', RC xvii 346.4 (Tig.). lēic ar lār in fīr[ḟ]ōit ind put me on the true path, Arch. iii 241 § 4 . lot ar l.¤ síothchána, TD 18.122 . ar l.¤ Gaoidheal among the G., L. Cl. A. Buidhe 233.76 . Ferna mór ar l.¤ Laighion, BNnÉ 284.22 . leitir . . . / nar las ar l.¤ na teineadh, PBocht 20.25 . lebar chilli mic nEnan, / ro geabhtha ar a lar . . . / fis gacha dala in it, Fen. 346.5 . Of point of time: ar l.¤ na haidhci at midnight, Études Celt. i 90.15 . ar lar in lai `at midday', Aen. 822 . i l.¤ in the middle of: toirthe 'ga gcur do chrannaibh / . . . tug 'na l.¤ ubhla a himil puts the apples at its extremity in the centre, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 73.71 . don uisce do bhí i l.¤ an tsrotha, Keat. ii 4712 . a l.¤ a ṡuain, TD 29.46 . coimhéadíad a l.¤ do chroidhe, Prov. iv 21 . go n-dearna da roinn dhé iona l.¤ , Atlantis iv 200.35 . iona l.¤ san in the midst of it, Ezek. xxii 22.

In n. pr. Cath Maige Nathrach ria nGlún-i-llār, Arch. Hib. ii 62 § 55.

(c) Adv. and other phrases. bél fri l.¤ bowing down : cách . . . / 's a mbéal re l.¤ an lá-soin (of Day of Judgement), DDána 29.16 . Cf. tuc a bel re lar ar umla do Chormac, Ir. Texts iii 6.19 . co l.¤ to the ground : cassla derga . . . impu co l.¤ , LU 2199 ( FA 28 ). no-t-léic sís do'n beind aird-se . . . co l.¤ , PH 4830 . gur tholl a lethleith co l.¤ don láech míleda, Comp. Con C. 98.20 . Cf. fríth nech dia lenmain co l.¤ (: ár) `enough were found to hunt them home' where however Ed. suggests l.¤ = lór, Met. Dinds. iv 50.110 . co ngeiltis a ḟér ┐ a suth co l.¤ ┐ co lántalmuin (of birds devastating a plain), ZCP v 501.2 . Note also: ré traostbhualadh . . . a gcorp fá l.¤ ┐ fá lán-talamh, TSh. 5578 . fo l.¤ wasted: aithesc fó l.¤ `ineffectual', FM iii 230.17 . fearta Padraic tra do ind[i]siu dibsi . . . is uscí fo l.¤ labour in vain, BB 211b29 = uisce do loch, LU 274 . for (ar) l.¤ ruined, overwhelmed : croinn abhla ar l.¤ ag luighe, L. Cl. A. Buidhe, 105.127 . féach meadh ar lochtaine ar l.¤ , PBocht 13 § 42 (`weighed down to earth'). gaoth mór . . . gurro roisistar coirce Erenn uile do neoch tarruidh ar l.¤ dhe blew about all that it found reaped(?), ACL i 226.17 (`injured all the oats that it found standing'). asal bhíos ar l.¤ , TSh. 4752 . go raibhe an creideamh ar l.¤ `had lapsed', Keat. iii 5505 . laoch- raidhe Laoighse . . . ar l.¤ , Keat. Poems 572. Note also: nír fidir neach d'uair nó tráth / gur gabh úatha ar l.¤ in lá `till the day had gone by', Duan. Finn ii 246 § 24 . dursan a oinech re l.¤ , Arch. iii 304.21 . ó mullach co l.¤ from top to bottom, from head to foot: erradh rígh . . . o mhullach co lar . . . dhó (of dues given to a cleric), Lism. L. 3152 . fiche céad laoch lán d'éideadh ó mhullach go l.¤ , Ériu i 84.5 . ro- scoilt bend-chapur in tempuil i ndíb lethib ó mullach co a lar, PH 2896.

Attrib. gen.: tús ┐ deireadh gan chleith / is rann láir gacha duaine `the middle verse', Content. xxviii 5 . consuini láir an fhocuil a consonant in the interior of the word, IGT Introd. 3.4 .

Compds. With nouns. ¤brat: larbrat lomarda . . . uimpe, BB 265b20 . ¤medón very centre : co rucatar leo é ar l. medón a catha fodéin, CRR 47 . rucatar sidhi . . . co l. medhóin (leg. lármedhón) ind átha, Fianaig. 88.13 . ¤thalam: dofuit for larthalmain `upon the very earth', MacCarthy 66.20 . In nn. loc. Muir Lárthalmhan Mediterranean, Keat. ii 491 . ¤úach- tar: ín sdablaing . . . doberthea do L. do laruachtar ean- bruíthi coírí Concubur, BB 257b42 (= YBL 177a51 ). With adj.: ¤cháel: ned is eala / as druth lemna lairchael / clerigh ar cuairt cross, IT iii 82.22 ( BB 291a13 ).