lasán

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lasán or dil.ie/29597

n o,m., (cf. lasaid) flash: is mochean in maiten bán / no taed for lár mar l.¤ , SG 56.26 . Of fit of rage: baois, buile . . . anbhuirbe, l.¤ , Eg. Gl. 89 . lé feirg, nō le lasān, Parrth. Anma 2329.

lasánta

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lasánta or dil.ie/29598

adj (lasán) passionate: na cerrbhaig l.¤ , O'Hussey TC 156.12 . an té bhíos l.¤ feargach, Párl. na mB. 1403 .

lasántacht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lasántacht or dil.ie/29599

n ā, f. (lasánta) tendency to anger : ni oibrigenn lasán- tacht no ferg daenda cert Dé, Gwynn Cat. 196.

lasar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lasar or dil.ie/29600

Forms: lasra, lassar, Lasrach, Lasár

n ā, later also k, f. (cf. lasaid) g s. lasra, SR 8265. O. Ir. lassar. IGT Decl. § 185 . flame, fire:

(a) In general sense: is gnáth lassar hi tiarmoracht diad `flame is customary after smoke', Ml. 40c1 . ni fubthad fil is ind lassir, 40c2 . richsea du denum iar lassair máir `that live coals should be made after great flame', 40c5 . lassar rígthigi palace fire, CRR 38.6 . dá míle déc cubat, iss ed ro soich a lassar i n-ardde, LU 2102 ( FA 17 ). lassar medras in mbith ṁbúan (of burning of Bruiden Dá Choca), ZCP xi 109 § 11 . in gaeth do bhreith na lasra uada, Laws iii 66.16 Comm . lassar borb . . . amal lassair shuirnn tened, PH 2105 . críoch Mhidhe uile . . . ina lasrachaibh leathna, ML 84.12 . mur lasair flame-like, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 94.8 . a lasair nár léonadh (to a sword), TD 33.53 . roinnigh guth an Tigearna lasracha na teineadh, Ps. xxix 7. for lassair on fire, flaming , Fing. R. 243. Of fire of hell and judgement: ilar lasrach lonn cech leth, SR 901 . for hinnaib na lasra sin, 8265 . loscfid in l.¤ -sin . . . na pecdachdu, PH 3619 . rinn lasrach leice Ifrinn, DDána 10.41 . Of planets: an lasair eirghes dib, Ir. Astr. Tr. 96.32 .

(b) Fig. adnad . . . menman . . . o lassair desherci ┐ deg-gnim, PH 3480 . ag clos linn iona lasair / do ḟreagra dhéin dhóchasaigh, Content. x 21 . lasair fheirge th'inntinne (of God's anger), DDána 5.23 . lasracha tintidhe na drúise, Párl. na mB. 1256 . neanntanán lán do lasair sting, Ó Bruad. iii 118.10 . Also blush(ing): ro-mebaid lassar mor . . . di-a gnuis, PH 590. Of persons: lassar gréne áne `flame of a splendid sun', Fél. Mar. 17 . oen didu dina roithnib ┐ dina lasrachaib `one then of the rays of the flames', (of St. Patrick), Arch. iii 83 . Laisrén lassar búadach, Fél. April 18 . a lassar laéch n-Érend, LU 8812 ( FB 61 ). a meic in báis, ┐ a lasair dimbuan (of perse- cutor), PH 2426.

In n.pr. g s. Lasrach (Laisre v.l.), Ériu v 74.1 . Note also Lasár ḟína, IGT Decl. § 185.

Compds. With nouns. ¤gom: fuaras grásta i lár na lasarghomh leóin the burning smart of my sorrow, Hachett² v 35 . ¤muir: in tres lind .i. lasarmhuir, Ériu ii 112.3 . ¤ṡúil with flaming eyes: do natracaib scibhur lasairshuili, IT, ii2 104.20 ( BB 497b2 ). With adjj. ¤chorcra: a lannchloidme lasarcorcra, CF 182 . ¤derg: Lurgu mac Lúaith lasar-deirg, Met. Dinds. iv 122.2 . ¤mór: a bann lasarmhor, MR xiv 37.

lasardacht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lasardacht or dil.ie/29601

n f. (lasardae) ardour, zeal : a lasardhacht fhiuchair gradha, ITS xxix 211.20 , 213.1 .

lasardae

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lasardae or dil.ie/29602

adj io, iā (lasar) burning, blazing : claidmi . . . lasartha `flashing', Cog. 162.14 . amhuil teine lasardha `as a burning fire', Prov. xvi 27. Fig. adandad lasardai na peccad, PH 8251 . re h-indtinne lasardha gradhach, ITS xxix 190.28 . co lasardha, 225.24 .

1 lasc

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 lasc or dil.ie/29603

x see lascaid.

? 2 lasc

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? 2 lasc or dil.ie/29604

is lomnān cen locht cen l.¤ , RC xxxvii 348 § 72. Perh. subst. use of lax, q.v.

1 lascad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 lascad or dil.ie/29605

u, m. vn. of lascaid. act of lashing : 'gha lascadh lé bata, Iar Conn. 285.15 .

2 lascad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 lascad or dil.ie/29606

x see loscad.

lascaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. lascaid or dil.ie/29607

v (cf. lasc, whip, P.O'C. , prob. a new formation from compd. ech-ḟlesc infected by Engl. lash) whips, tortures: mairg croidhe ar [ar] taisgeadh tnúdh / mairg 'gar laisgeadh Moire mhór `by whom Mary was tortured', Dán Dé xxvi 37 . macc raith nach lascthar hi lurc, Arch. iii 306 § 2.