lebrugud

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n [u, m.] (1 lebar): gach clann cleachtach / id bharr leabthach ag leabhroghadh, DDána 114.5 (`each wavy plait stretching out on thy head as soft as a couch', Ir. Monthly, 1920, 163 § 5 ).

lebruing

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x see lingid.

lebur, leburda

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x see lebor, lebarda.

1 lec

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x see lecc.

2 lec

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x see lia.

1 lecad

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Forms: leagadh

u, m. vn. of 1 lecaid. leagadh (na cnó), IGT Verbs § 80.

(a) act of lowering, letting down : a leagadh trāth nōna as an ccroich do . . . Ioseph, ┐ Nicodemus, Parrth. Anma² 1455 . an long ag lecadh a seoil, ZCP xi 130.19 ( BCC 246 ). muna bheith legadh na seōltae bātor a gconntabairt, Fl. Earls 12.29 . Cf. mar tháinig i dtalamh Éireann / Uilliam Congcar . . . / do bhí amhdháigh as a eachtra / an rí ar bhfaghbháil leagtha leis after he had landed(?), Aithd.D. 38.21 (`as he found himself abandoned'). Cf. also lecaid II. In fig. context: leagadh seóil, sníomh intinne depression, dejection , L. Cl. A. Buidhe 211.14 .

(b) act of subduing : a thoil gá leagadh féin faoi `His will submitting herself to him', PBocht 27.14 . cuímhnig an sparruinn do leaga lé caoineas béas, Párl. na mB. 1435 .

(c) Implying the use of violence, throwing (to the ground), overthrowing: co tarrla leagad dó, Comp. Con C. 110.18 . triallaid a legad 'mo chloidimh `to fall upon his sword', Aen. 2604 . na comlada do leagadh fó cosaib, Celt. Rev. iv 12.3 . aga imthecht go reith gin legad gin leonadh, Aisl. Tund. 98 § 2 . do eiridh Conán slán de / on leagadh ar a raibhe `from the spot where he had been thrown down', Duan. Finn ii 246 § 21 . doiligh liom-sa a leagadh leo (of Our Lord on the Cross overthrown by the sins of men), Dán Dé xxvi 28 . leagadh i n-a líon, PBocht 5.51 . oilbhéim nó tuiseal dá leagadh, TSh. 10464 . caislén cille móire do leaccadh lá Cathal, FM iii 242.1 . each Aodha do lot, e fein do leaccadh, ┐ a marbhadh iaramh, iv 760.4 . leagadh i mbeol aonaigh é a notable fall, DDána 26.9 (= IGT Verbs ex. 707 ). cumus tárthála ┐ leagtha, 2 Chron. xxv 8 . thig . . . áirdspiorad roimhe an leagadh `before a fall', Prov. xvi 18 . an té thógbhas a thigh go hárd is leaga d'iarann sé (ruinam), Párl. na mB. 1059 .

(d) Fig. downfall, ruin : tuitim Shéamais . . . / i gcrích Ṡacsan is leagadh dom shórd-sa calamity, Keat. Poems 138. do eiseirghi daine imdai ┐ do legad daine imda, YBL 148b37 . do leagadh a-dir gach dream `thy ruin everyone foretells', DDána 50.21 (tr. Ir. Monthly 1930, 263 § 21 ).

(e) act of placing, setting; position : leagadh mo shúil, ZCP v 219.553 (Midn. Court). déad is deise leagadh i n-árus a cinn, ITS xvii 109.8 .

Obscure: rama fri clais, screpall a fíu ┐ a leagad aen feacht; . . . bíail fri duir-ime, .i. a leagadh fa di, go ra fíu screpall; figba fri felmag, no fris in n-aile, screpall a fíu, ┐ a leagad fa dí, no sithaile no beoleagadh, Laws iv 130.17 ff. Comm . (`melted').

2 lecad

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x see léiciud.

1 lecaid

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Forms: lecad, lectha

v (ON leggya, Greene, Celtica iv 45 )

(a) lays out, sets, places; lowers, lets down; extends, stretches : curaid . . . se traigid .l. legtair i fot cacha delba dib, Ériu ii 128 § 98 (Tenga Bithnua). ata . . . muir legthair [is]in fairgi deis indsi E. `is set', 112 § 35. legtair asna nimib .ix. ngaetha, § 33. leagar libsi . . . ichtara bar n-eirriud, MR 176.y . leagur lais . . . / sleagh glas re hais n-ursann, IGT Decl. ex. 474 . le dubhadh eagla mon-uar / don chur-so ní leagar lámh arms (raised in lamentation) are not lowered(?), DDána 79.15 . innstruimint . . . le legfadais he (of the descent from the Cross), Smaointe B. Chr. 4298 . seach ar leagadh riamh i gcré, Keat. Poems 611 . do leaccadar é le hiomarcaidh lūthghára lifted him down (from the ass), Beatha S.F. 2659 . leag mo bhata ar aghaidh an leinimh, 2 Kings iv 29 .

(b) Of lowering sail, etc.: do leagad leision a sheóil / a bportaibh díleann, Duan. Finn ii 222 § 6 . mar leagar bréid longa ar loch, DDána 91.53 = IGT Decl. ex. 2131. Fig. seol an chogaidh leagthair leo, PBocht 10.21 . leag seol do mhéada meanma abate, 21.2 . leagfaidh seólta a thoile, TSh. 877. Cf. lecait uadib hi tír, LL 287a2 .

(c) l.¤ láim ar inflicts (chastisement, etc.) on: go leaga láimh ar fhear mh'agra, PBocht 18.34 . do leag Dia a lámh air leith re heasláinte . . . do chur ar a chorp, Beatha S.F. 153 .

For the phrase l.¤ uille ar see s.v. uilen.

(d) Implying the use of violence, throws to the ground, overthrows, prostrates, lays low: cid fa lecai na clocha / a Muirchertaig, RC xxiii 414.1 . leagais Laogh Idh, ┐ easonoraighis co mor é, TBC 3897 (Stowe). cuiris cloich . . . ina thaphaill gur leag ocht n-eona dib, p. 163 n.5 . gor' leagsat in rīghbili, ZCP v 22 § 13 . mór mbarr bentur don chruine / lecthar crann le casnaighe, IGT Decl. ex. 85. do lec se caislen Atha Angaili `razed', Ann. Conn. 1270.8 . go ro leccadh, ┐ coro láinbhrisedh an baile leó go talmhuin, FM vi 2312.2 . a ghnúis Dé . . . / cur riot do leag Lúisifear was the downfall of, DDána 60.38 . co ro leac dia eoch he unhorsed him, ZCP iv 383.4 . sul do leagadh an teagh ar chách dá marbhadh, TSh. 5661 . leagaidh iomad toir- theamhlachta an gort (segetem nimia sternit ubertas), 6992 . ro leagadh an barūn isin ffiaprus, Fl. Earls 238.17 .

Vn. lecad, part. lectha.

2 lecaid

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lecán

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n [o, m.] (dimin. of lecc or lia) small stone, pebble : l.¤ gl. lapillus, Sg. 46b11 . cilarnd . . . acco ┐ lecana finna and ┐ lecan[a] duba. Et intan ticed in lecan find annis . . . , ua fir in fuigell, TTebe 1663 f. Of a stone used as a missile: tug leacan laoichmhileadh as ┐ tug urchar . . . dé, ITS v 136.22 (`a champion's handstone', Mann. and Cust. ii 277 ).

lecánach

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n o,m. (lecán) warrior armed with casting-stones : leaccanach laidir . . . laech-ledairthi, MR 224.19 (`champion').