ledbóg

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ind (ledb): leadhbóg na leadhb (of a dead pig), Ir. Texts i 28 § 25 . Cf. leadhbóg a piece, a fragment, a tatter, an untidy woman', Dinneen.

ledgaire

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x see letgaire.

? ledíach

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ind l.¤ .i. led leanmain ┐ líach doiligh, H.3.18, 650b29 .

ledmagtach

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ind = lethṡmachtach, Gwynn, Hermathena xx 63 . See leth compds.

ledrán

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n (with unlen. d) act of importuning : do ghabh [sí] go liosta ag leadrán air ag lorgaireacht adhbhair a thuirse, Keat. ii 5273. Cf. litarda, litor.

? ledurthe

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ind is obúnd aithinter sin trina truime ┐ trina l.¤ (of milk undigested in the stomach, creadarthuige, v.l.), Rosa Ang. 114.7 .

? 1 lee

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n breadth(?): l.¤ .i. lethet, ut est cenn a laime la l.¤ leicther .i. leicther la lethet a laime coruice a cenn, O'Dav. 1152. ? lend .i. l.¤-find .i. lō find .i. ainm do brut find, Corm. Y 837. Cf. leithe.

2 lee

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x see 3 leithe.

leg-

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ind (-é-?) (Lat. legere? or merely an abbreviation of légad?): lasin litertreoraidh no lasin l.¤-treoraid `reading guide', Auraic. 450.

? lega

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ind Gilla in Naím … fíacla lega i lis 'teeth of a leech in an enclosure (?)' EIS 158 § 59 . ? See 1 líaig.

legad

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u, m. vn. of legaid.

(a) act of melting (away), dissolving; smelting; decaying, perishing; liquifying: cen lobad cen l.¤ gl. (surget) in incorruptione, Wb. 13d2 . ni bia lobad na l.¤ doib iar sin gl. mortui resurgent incorrupti, 19 . bás ón ┐ lobad ┐ l.¤ , Ml. 103c16 . druailned legtha `the corruption of dissolution', 38c9 . imfolṅgai son l.¤ doibsom gl. liquescere, 94b3 . ata corp Cianain gan lobad gan leghad, Fél. 244.21 . ó tharinscan in slíab légad (sic) when the mountain began to melt away, Trip.² 2439 . mas d'egcodhnach ro gabadh an athgabail tar fis faosma . . . sechtmad eneclainne d'fir an faosma . . . ┐ an athgabail do lega[d] as uile and an end to the seizure(?), O'C. 2682 ( Eg. 88, fo. 58 ). ceir do l.¤ na cluasaib, LL 198 . tuaircnech na ṅgoband ic méinl.¤ miannaig, ┐ ic trenl.¤ turend, 218b45 ( TTr. 132 - 3 ). do glaisiarann cruaidh . . . arna l.¤ ┐ arna hathleagad fecht for a sé, CCath. 4679. ? atcota crodlesc leghadh, RC xlv 65 § 41 (i.e. if a man does not look after his property it perishes?). gach learg ar leaghadh a clúimh the grass (foliage?) of every slope has withered, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 79.79 . lá an tighearna . . . an a mbeid na dúile ag leaghadh ré teas, 2 Pet. iii 10 . meall ime agá leaghadh, TSh. 5053 . do shéideadh na teinead air dá leaghadh (of metals), Ezek. xxii 20 . siled ┐ leagad ┐ fertain (of mist), Ir. Astr. Tr. 146.18 . ag leaghadh go cathach tré n-a athair `as he weeps dolefully for his father', E. O'Rahilly 206.114.

(b) running out, coming to an end : ata in dub ag leagad, YBL 307 marg. sup. Cf. fo-lega. as truag an tairling tuc an meamrum ag leagad oraind, ZCP xii 358.4 (scribe's note in Rawl. B 506, fo. 2a ).

(c) Of a consonant, becoming liquid: dliged lechtha .n. post .m. `the law of the liquidation of n after m', Sg. 11b2 . Cf. lechdach.