léigeón

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x see léigión.

léiger

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n (with unlen. -g-) m. (Engl. loanword) siege, besieging force : ro chuir G. . . . lēiger ar in mpaile sin, Fl. Earls 48.15 . a n-aimsir an lēigir, 50.1 . tānic Sior F. don lēigior, 'sdo dhūblaigh ē, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 18.18 . atá léigior aigi [sc. Dia] ort d'oidhche ┐ do ló, Mac Aingil² 880 . do cuiredar leigeir ma caislén C., Rel. Celt. ii 176.26 .

leiges

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n o,m. (líaig)

(a) art of the líaig, healing art: sui leighis Goidheal `physician', AU i 372.6 (an. 862). legi .i. doniat in leges, Laws v 90.26 Comm . galur gin frichnam leighis `without medical attention', ii 166.1 Comm . a cclann inghion do chur lé diadhacht, lé dlíghe, ┐ lé leighios, Párl. na mB. 647 .

(b) medical treatment : sergleghi fada . . . na dergleges teóra lá a long illness or three days' drastic treatment, TBC 4415 . teg legis no othrais, 1289 . lepaid . . . leighis, Acall. 7148 . do chuir Sior F. leighios ar (sic leg.) na daoinibh buailti, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 43.2 . rob gar leigheas dar leónadh, Studies 1921, 74 § 8 . ? losa brochain .i. do l.¤ , Laws v 488.10 Comm .

(c) cure, remedy , medicine, medicament : liaig rofocaill a l.¤ ┐ marbh e(e) . . . `a leech has declared that he is curable and [nevertheless] he died', BCrólige 11 gl.1 . créchta cen leges, LU 2425 . a coimeta leghis medicine containers, TBC 5509 . conid é in leges blegon sé fichet bó, Todd Nenn. lxxiv 10 . slainte nem-aidilcnech o legessaib, Alex. 844. medicina Dei .i. leges Dé, PH 6262 . na leighis do berar a substaint daingin, Gault. 99 . leigheas dileagtach a digestive, 63 . leighis cnedsaighti ┐ leighis fasda feola, 18 . an tan tinnsgnas an leigheas oibriugadh, 99 . do leith an leighis aenda ┐ . . . do leith an leighis comsuigigthi, 19 . cré na n-asbal . . . / maith an leigheas í ar an ainbhios, DDána 15.3 . na leighis is toil leis [an liaigh] do chur ribh (medicamenta), TSh. 8216 . leigheas . . . i n-aghaidh chraois, 371 .

(d) As vn. act of treating, curing, healing : airiut betit oca leghius `under cure', Laws ii 68.13 Comm . ceathraimhthi aithghena in ruip ara leighes, O'D. 2416 ( Rawl. 506, fo. 53 ). gidbe dib is lúga curub ed bes and do liaig ara legis, O'D. 1655 ( H. 5.15, p. 22 ). inata leigis na rob, ibid. dogentar liumm do leigheass, IT i 125.4 ( TE 10 ). co fagbad liaig da leges, LU 3555 ( SC 29 ). co ndernad a leges i mMaig Bréngair, LU 7980 ( BDD 164 ). smirammair . . . do ícc ┐ do leigess Chethirn, TBC 4421 . dáig ni gonad Cuchulaind nech ara térnád co m-beth cuit dó féin na legis, 2414 (i.e. no one whom he wounded would recover until he himself took a hand in treating him). ni beoda a dula cen geiss, / ma tá air-sium dluig legis, TFerbe 574 . an ccein baoí lámh Núadhat gá leighes, Leb. Gab. 164.15 . ca múr . . . i ndingínter leighes ar láechraidi, CCath. 605 . dentar a leighis ┐ a lessugud co maith, Acall. 7141. an agum-sa gud leigus ┐ do cabur do crecht, ZCP vi 37.12 . iar leicches dall, ┐ loscc, BNnÉ 273 § 248 . sluagad la Magnus . . . dar es a legis `after he was cured', Ann. Conn. 1288.6 . ro chuir gach aon do bhí inleighis go háit a leighiste, Oss. iii 162.2 . do ním leigheas aniu, Luke xiii 32 .

Fig. Of delivering from sin, misfortune, etc.: bá liaig ic legius cháich, Lib. Hymn. i 176. 458 (ACC Comm.). teora hernaile do legius cech pheccaid in duine .i. martra ┐ baithes ┐ aithrige, PH 6428 . rohindisidh antí da tiucfad a leighes (of deliverance from famine), Ériu iii 154.31 .

leigesamail

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adj i (leiges) medicinal, healing : mí leigheasamhail (of the space of time between the appearance of one new moon and the next), Corp. Astron. 10.19 . in drong so d'oileamhain le biadh leighiseamail (medicinalem), Reg. San. 17.26 .

léigint

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n f. (Engl. or Rom. loanword) legend: 'na Leighindtib fen (of Colum Cille), BCC 442.7 (§ 409) . do réir mar adeir an tseanl.¤ , Beatha S.F. 131 . do réir mar atā sgrīobhtha a seanl. San Ph., 121 .

léigión

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Forms: legeon, légión, léghióin, legiona

n (-e- orig. short, see Ält. Ir. Dicht. below. -g- later unlen.) (Lat. legio) (n pl. legeon, SR 763. légión, PH 3913. léghióin, CCath. 1805. legiona, 4867 .

Legion, large body of soldiers (= 10,000, SR 762 ; Aisl. Tund. 96.24 ): lainnech legiōn, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41 § 28 (:Elpiōn) = lainech legeōin, Corp. Gen. 3.16 . do leigeonaibh, Blathm. 302 . bat lir legeoin a tréda, Leb. Gab. 122.10 = legion, LL 774 (:Sémión); leighion, BB 28by . deich mili in legeón, SR 762 . da legion da slogaib, CCath. 2587 . dá légion déc do ainglib, PH 3121 . leigeon ┐ mile do demnaib, Acall. 5403 . do bí légeon d'ainglib ós a chinn, 3974 . Lux- cifer cona léogeónaib aingel, RC xxiv 384.10 . ilimat do lēgiōnoibh aingel, Fl. Earls 118.5 . léigion do shluagh armtha, Keat. ii 6064 . léigión deamhan, Mac Aingil² 906 .

leigisid

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v (leiges) cures, heals : is me rot-ic (.i. rot-leghis), Arch. iii 10.25 . do leigisfinn mórán do pheacachaibh óna bpeacadhaibh, BNnÉ 13 n. 21 . ro leigisedh an ola sin gach aicid, 17 n. 24 . is dearbh dá maireadh Dian Céacht / nach leigheósadh créacht mo chnis, Dánta Gr. 53.4 . ro geall co leigesad fria rē n-athgairit é (of a wound), Grail 905 . muna leigister le sgiursi Dia abus tu, Smaointe B. Chr. 926 . is tu fein loitis ┐ leighisis, ITS xxix 214.9 . co leigisind carpung- culus, Rosa Ang. 210.z . do leighised Namán . . . ona lubra, Maund. 96 . leighisi[d] cach uile galur, 147 . pian na gcloch . . . / Stephan 's a lucht do leighis, PBocht 16.30 . a líaigh, leighis tú féin, Luke iv 23 . ar a leigheōstaoi iad go spiorad- ālta, Mac Aingil² 1886 . mar do leighis Críost an dall, TSh. 194 . an tan lingeas neimh nathrachda an pheacaidh san anam, go leighistear lé crithir do chuimhne an bháis é, 7679 .

1 leigiste

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part. of leigisid. cured, healed : do b'fhēidir do'n bhás teacht sul do bheadh sé leighiste, ZCP iv 452.20 .

2 leigiste

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léignid

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n i, m. (léigenn) learned man, scholar : clēthe Laigen lēgnide, / suī slān chief among the learned men of the Laigin, Bruchst. 106 § 2 (of Cobthach abbot of Cill Dara d. 870, called sapiens ┐ doctor, LB 101b63 ). lēgnidhe na mBretan, Corm. Y 211. ?sruth do aill . . . baidhidh droch-leighniudha fortabhraidsi co n-ailchib testemna ┐ cedfaidhi, Laws iv 356.13 . aes óg, sacairt, leignidi, SR 4390 . do menmannaib inna legnidhi, Hib. Min. 1.3 . adcós úaim dhuib, a legnicch (? leg. -nidi), nach fo lim saotar an tslecda so do graiffnedh orum, CS 8.y . do réir in légnid légas, Met. Dinds. iv 246.4 . ba hollom berla Féne, / ba leigind leire mebra, 344.84 . leignidh ┐ fellsamh roglic, BB 488b15 . morleighnidh primhcoitcheann amail Origin, Lism. L. 3322 . ben bui ina legnidh i lLadin ┐ i mBerla ┐ i nGoidhilc, AU iii 348.9 . léighnidh dhúinne do dheimhnigh / Hibernus ainm an gheimhridh, Content. iv 14.

léigtheóir

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x see légthóir.