larum

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n (Engl. loanword): tānic a nāmhaid do bheint amach l.¤ alarm , Cín Lae Ó Meall. 30.19 .

lása

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n (Engl. loanword) lace: a n-ētaighi . . . go n-imat do lāssaigibh lethna ōr-snāithe, Fl. Earls 256.1 . le asgarbuib sróil ┐ le lásduibh airgid `silver lace', Rel. Celt. ii 198.27 . lásao[i] óir ┐ airgid, Párl. na mB. 531 .

lasad

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u, (o, BCC 250 ) m. vn. of lasaid act of burning, blazing . In phr. for (ar) l.¤ alight, ablaze : lócharnaib for lassad, LU 2055 ( FA 13 ). atcess dam-sa in uaim for lassad ablaze, PH 524 . biaid teine dífhulaing for lassad, 2284 . lochruind ar lasadh, St. Ercuil 2157 . diabhail . . . ar lasadh co loinnerdha, ÉC i 86.30 . gúal . . . ar lasadh `burning coal', Prov. xxvi 21. With other prepp.: Néro chuir lé lasadh suas í an Róimh, Keat. Poems 290 . lóchrainn ag lasadh 'nar lámhaibh ardentes, TSh. 8579.

In transferred sense. Of love, desire, etc.: ar tuicsin . . . do C.C. an lasaidh gradha do bi aige air he fen do lenmhuin understanding his burning desire to follow him, BCC 250. lassadh innti (viz. teine an ghradha), Smaointe B.Chr. 5765. é ar lasadh do ghrádh Dé, TSh. 8588 . fáth badh lór re lasadh léin, Hackett² xxxvi 104 . a indtinn do lasadh chum gradha do thabhairt dodt oibrighthibhsi, ITS xxix 115.33 . Of blushing: do b'adhbhar lasta dod leacain a luadhadh, Keat. Poems 1374 . dearna ar lasadh is dearca dá líomhadh, 943 .

Med. inflammation: muchtar an tes ar a son sin, ┐ is mor an l.¤ doni, Rosa Ang. 14.2 . cibe trath caithes biad [is moidi] a l.¤ , 74.18 .

lasaid

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Forms: lasad

v

I Intrans.

(a) takes fire, blazes, lights up, shines : lassais (laissais, LU) tír tuaith `the land in the North blazed', ACC 28 ( RC xx 168 ). acht nad lassa nach óencrand, LU 6225 ( TBC² 1730 ). día mbetis a dó no a trí / lasfaitis a n-athinni, LU 6228 ( TBC² 1731 ). lassais in muine i mbai, Thes. ii 318.4 ( Hy. ii ). beag . . . na ros lass in t-aer uaistib, Alex. 258 . ro-lasastar a fheoil amal céir, PH 1327 . comrama dia chomramaib / Cerbail lúaith rolass, RC xxix 212 § 15 . lassait mar lassair dar leirg, CRR 38.16 . no lasdais a n-aidche amal beitis ruithni grēni shone (of spears), RC xxiv 143.22 . lasfuidh néall ós Mhidhe maoithghleannaigh (translated as trans., see below), Aithd. D. 4.13 . do las an draoi . . . / [is] slán do bhaoi an brat `took fire', Dán Dé xii 22 = roloisced . . . in druí, Trip.² 606. Of steel part of weapon: lassaid for a crand, LU 7707 ( BDD 128 ). lassaid ar a durnd, LU 7715 ( BDD 129 ). With IMM: do dergdathlasadh um Donnchadh `D. grew flaming red', Caithr. Thoirdh. 100.25 .

Of the sea in storm: lasfaidh an lanḟairrgi / lánainfech léir, ZCP viii 211.y . curro las in t-oician muiridhi amail findtan ardtsleibi, Grail 2385 . lasfaidh gach cuan mar choinnill, DDána 29.9 . Of eyes flashes : co r-lass a shuile i n-a chind, PH 79 . a súili serba lastais, Ériu iv 102 § 46.

l.¤ di is alight, aflame from: rí dorat fleisc . . . / illáim Móisi meic Amrai / diar' lass ind rub, SR 3815 . is īattso na lochranna / da lasfatt Laighin with which L. will be bright, ZCP viii 110.15 .

l.¤ do shines for. Of sun, star: do las deit go gríobhdha an ghrian, Dán Dé xxix 25 . bas mhaoth nar mhaoth gníomh / dár las gaoth is grian `that inflamed storm and sun', but perh. for whom wind and sun shone, PBocht 5.17 , as in: a leinb dár las an réatla, 20.43 . l.¤ fo: do las th'úaisle fá Éirinn shines throughout, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 63.140 .

(b) In transferred sense. Of emotions is aroused : re foluibh ísli fhuinn Luighdheach / dár las um chorp crithir thnúidh `which have caused a spark of envy to kindle within me', Studies 1919, 73 § 4 . do las . . . do ghradh, Smaointe B. Chr. 319 . do las ad aghaidh were incensed, Is. xli.11 . las do ghradh co h-acfaindeach annsan, ITS xxix 212.10 . ná las a ndiáigh a scéimhe `lust not after her beauty', Prov. vi 25. do las an giolla acca faicsin sin, BNnÉ 216.8 . lasfaid do gnúis amal choindil shall blush, PH 2435. Med.: fuaraid na baill imellacha ann sin no co teigi ┐ co lasann an tadbur `heats and inflames', Rosa Angl. 12 § 22.

II Trans. (a use proscribed in bardic verse, see IGT Verbs § 121 ) sets on fire, lights (up): sétis ind óibill, lassais in sopp, Aisl. MC 15.21 . neimh . . . lasas do láthair boill an tí ré mbeanann si, TSh. 7675 . do las na lampuidhe, Ex. xl 25. lasaig (= lasaid) si tene spirudalta isin croidi, Lib. Hymn. i 193.12 . do lasadh on ghradh he, Smaointe B. Chr. 2389. lasdor an croidhe, 79 .

Vn. lasad.

lasair

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x see lasar.

lásaithe

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adj (lása) laced: le himioll an étuigh .i. imioll l.¤ , Mann. and Cust. iii 107 n.68 (from H.1.15, p. 955 ).

lasamail

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adj i (cf. lasaid) flaming: ar leacaibh loma loisgneacha lasamhla, TSh. 1978 . teine lasamhail, 6594 . loinnred teineadh lasamhla, Is. iv 5. shining, brilliant : fá lasamhuil an baile . . . o earradhaibh . . . a banntrachta, ML 38.22 . leine lasamhail, 32 . Also ardent: o indtinn lasamhail `ardenti animo', ITS xxix 134.20 . am leoman lonn l.¤ (words of Cú Chulainn), CRR² 98.23 . locharn lasamhail ar dhéseirc `a brilliant lamp' (of chieftain), FM ii 1122.15 . Adv. go l.¤ , O'C. 2595 ( Eg. 88, 50 (51)c ).

lasamain

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i (cf. lasaid)

I As adj.

(a) inflammable : tene . . . do foloman crīn lasamhain di chrund gescach, Aisl. MC 125.34 . etrom lasomuin gl. sicut stipullam .i. instabiles `flimsy', Thes. i 3.25 . ni lassamain cech n-oenchrand, TBC 2346.

(b) blazing, gleaming. Of flame, light: supu lasamna do escairt crín, LB 127a32 . ilimud do drithlennaib lasamna `flaming sparks', St. Ercuil 1709 . lesbaire l.¤ , MR 240.1 . ro cuir refead l.¤ fon coccladh, CCath. 3333 . aoibhle loma lasamhna, Aithd. D. 49.34 . Freq. in phr. lóchrann l.¤ blazing torch : go lochrannaibh lasamhnaibh . . . ar comhlasadh, FM vi 2296.14 . Applied to persons: pailm do mhórchrann . . . / 'n-a lóchrann lonn lasamhoin (of leader), O'Hara 1148 . go bhfuil . . . 'na lóchrann lasamhoin (of St. Augustine), Desid. 4629. So also with láem: ina laem loinrech l.¤ `a burning blazing . . . throng', Ann. Conn. 1256.6 . Of armour, etc.: taidleach na n-arm limtha l.¤ , TTebe 978 . co n-ócaib dubart- acha . . . co n-idna ruad lassamain, TBC 5325 . in lann limtha l.¤ . . . lan-taithnemhach, MR 300.8 . ar na letrad . . . do claidbib lainnerda lasanna (leg. lasamna), Cog. 190.12 . Other applications: lec logmar lasamuin, TTebe 318 . ropa lassamna lánálli na llega da ralínait na laechdorais, LL 227a33 ( TTr. 741 ). súile . . . luinneardha . . . lasamna, ZCP i 127.27 . brat l.¤ lochar-bláith uime, Acall. 3488 v.l. Cf. lassamuin b[īad] doligthe, Ériu vii 6.y (lasamna biad boiligthe, 199.22 ).

(c) Other applications. Of warrior fierce : in leoman lassa- main lond, TBC 4184 . ba lond lassamain lán dían Lamidon, LL 225b19 ( TTr. 543 ). trí cēt lāech lasamuin lángēr, Fianaig. 76.5 . sithbe l.¤ loinnfergach, Ériu viii 56.27 . dreagain . . . lasamhna, TD 9.5 . In mock n.pr.: Nel mac Laich L.¤ , Anecd. ii 50.9 . Of emotions, ardent, keen: lasomain ag tabairt luighi gl. is essomain noillach `on fire to take an oath', Ériu xi 174.x = O'C. 2488 ( Eg.88, 39(40)d ), O'Dav. 781. oighre diongmhála an grádha lasamhuin, Parrth. Anma 23. maille re h-indtinn lasamhain, ITS xxix 123.34 . Criosd do iomchar croichi a pheine lasamhna fein, 154.18 . Adv.: an conach neamhdha do shanntachadh co lasamhain `ardenter', ITS xxix 109.20 .

II As subst. inflammable material : na fríth da chrín ┐ do lassamain ┐ da gualach, MU² 810 . fochnod .i. fochondud, l.¤ dobeir (doberar, Corm. 20 ) for teinid, Corm. Y 591.

lasamnach

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adj o, ā = lasamain: atcondcadar athainni tenntidi ┐ loc[h]arna lasamnacha `blazing lamps', CCath. 839 . Leo- mhuin lasamhnach `flaming Leo', 1029 .

lasamnacht

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n ā, f. (lasamain) flaming, fierceness : ri lassamnacht na laéch fona lannaib, LL 239a45 ( TTr. 1671 ). lasamnachta na n-arm `the flamings', TTebe 398 .

Also tinder: fochnad .i. l.¤ , O'C. 106 ( H.3.18, 70 ).

lasamnae

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n , f. (lasamain) brilliance: lassamna do lochrannaib (`lights'), Tec. Corm. § 4.5 . Lasar dicibatur .i. ar lasamna a henig `for the brilliance of her liberality', BColm. 6.14 . Prob. as attrib. gen.: leibenn loirg-remar lasamna `a . . . flaming palisade of thick staves', Celt. Rev. iv 12.10 . comba lasamna in la lasna ruithnib grianda, Grail 2329 .