1 léimnech

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adj o, ā (léimm) leaping, bounding, agile . ?Of fish: in t-eisc lemnech, IT iii 65 § 132 n. 3 (in taes clomnach, text; ? leg. taesc lemnech). cech bradan taebalaind . . . baethlemnech, RC xxvi 136 § 10. Freq. of horses: da n-echaib lúatha lemnecha, TBC 3376 . midhach . . . luath luthmur leimnech, CCath. 4734 . searrach . . . lúthmhar léimneach, Butler Poems 2283 . Of people: G. lesciol lemnech lug, LL 13446 (cf. ech . . . lúamnach . . . lugléimnech, LU 10202 ). ingen druth . . . lemneach dremneach, IT iii 98 § 159. Other applications: tene derg . . . lemnech letarthach, i 191.13 . o mhuigh . . . / luamnach lemneach, iii 98 § 159 . trí teangtha liosda, luardha, léimneacha, ML 120.6 .

2 léimnech

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Forms: léimrech

(léimm) d s. -nech, nig. Later also léimrech. Freq. as vn. leaping, jumping : caillech . . . luath ag leimnig, MR 198.2 . doní leimnech isin tshámrad (of the locust), PH 7665 . baill . . . ic bidgarnaig . . . ┐ lama letartae ic leimnech `twitching', CCath. 6100 . da nathraigh . . . for leimnigh ┐ for banganaigh, 4121 . forind dib ig imrusgal, foirind ic lemnigh, Aen. 1419 . cúig cinn . . . ag leimnigh imon sligidh, Buile Ṡ. 122.27 . slán re ruith ┐ re léimreach, Oss. iii 254.22 . do chonnairc sí Dáibhi Rígh ag léimnigh ┐ ag damhsa, 2 Sam. vi 16 . éisc . . . ag léimrigh, E. O'Rahilly 172.1.

Fig. leimnech on peccad co araile, PH 7666 . ag léimnigh go lúthmhar ó locht go locht, TSh. 8666 . léimneach tar líne / is bualadh reomham ar mholadh mo mhíleadh, Hackett xxxix 121 (léimreach, v.l.).

ésargnodh .i. tuargain no l.¤ , O'Dav. 811. Perh. read béimnech, cf. léimniugud.

See also léimmennach.

léimnige

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n [ f.] (1 léimnech) agility : doróscí . . . do ócbadhaib domain uile, etir lúas ┐ léimnigi, TTr.² 217 . ar lúas ┐ leimnige, 1216 .

? léimniugud

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ind esargnodh aeoir .i. leimniugud no tuargain in aeair re ceile fhasas dé, O'Dav. 811. Leg. béim-?

leinbín

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n (lenb) little child . Of a dwarf: inmain leinbhín . . . / darbo comainm Cnú deróil, Acall. 633. Cf. lenbán.

leine

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n (?-é-) narration: is lang mo lēine (.i. . . . is trūagh mo sgēla), ZCP v 487 § 2 (B. na f.). i laí-gleandaib leabar, ┐ i lleinid (? leg. -ib) lethgealaib literdha . . . gacha caingni `in the plain context of the written narrative of each event', MR 270.7 .

léine

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Forms: léne

n and t, f. léne, IGT Decl. § 4 (47.z) . a s. -léini (: ṡéimi), PRIA 1953, 88 § 2 . léni nde[n]dguirm, LU 9680.

(a) linen cloth : o bias [in lín] ina snath urlumh no [i]na leinidh `linen', Laws ii 418.27 Comm . anart léined imbi, LU 5412 (cf. lín-anart). corba dluithither re cleith lenad arna landluthud in lini sleg, TTebe 2823 (leined, v.l.). cubat do léinid lín / im chorpán, Ir. Review 1912, 250 § 15 .

(b) name of a garment worn next the skin by both sexes, freq. made of linen, somet. of silk, descending somet. to the knee, somet. to the ankle, tunic, smock : l.¤ gl. camisia, Ir. Gl. 38 . líín a líno. L.¤ a línea , Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 27 . lendān . . . quasi lend-fūan .i. brat ┐ lēine uimpe, Corm. Y 830. nomeilinn léini mbithnuí `smock', PRIA 1953, 88 § 2 . bass etir chorthair a léined ┐ a glún, Triads 222 . at-chíu a léne lígdae línidi, BDD² 1030 . léne leburchulpatach . . . dei sítiu, 8 . lene cona dagculpait bes fiu dá screball, O'D. 948 ( H.3.17, 663 ). lēne gel culputach co glūn, TBC² 3172. lēne co nechlaim i custul cota ṅglūn, 3160 . lénti co nderc- intliud co horcnib sís, LU 4493 (TBC). tuargabsat a lénte co mellaib a lárac (of women), 8257 ( FB 20 ). lene cona clar argait immi o a glun co ḟodbrunn, IT ii 177.93 . a di láim tri derca ṡedluch a llenith immach, i 119.24 ( TE 4 ). léne de ṡról ríg . . . i custul fri gelchness co glúnib dó, TBC 2454 . lénti sémi . . . sítaidi co tendmedón traiged dóib, 183 . secht ngoine dēac for sedlach a lēniod, Ériu ii 15.20 . do brutt nō da léinid nō do inur, i 220 § 14 . léinte rogharbha . . . re creataigh gac manaigh, ÉC i 86.17 . léinteacha sróil ar shiol nGaeidhil, / is Goill na n-aonbhróin iarainn, FM ii 772 n.e . fear na l.¤ leasaighthe, Aithd.D. 3.23 . go l.¤ ghiorr nár gheall buinn `shirt', TD 44.10 . gussin gcēid- lēinidh dorōine sī . . . dia haonMac, Fl.Earls 198.3 . an l.¤ aifrinn the alb, Parrth. Anma 4278. Cf. `quibusdam nationibus sua cuique propria uestis est, ut . . . Gallis lenae', Isidore, Origg. xix 23.

? léinid, ? lénaid

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Forms: léiniud, lénad

v (-e- ?) hinders (?), impairs(?) (cf. léiniud): im chath i nDún Chethirn lethfeidm laech rod lēni, Arch. Hib. ii 54 § 7 (: con tēni, leg. co ndéni, ed.). ná rosléna cin i crí, Met. Dinds. iii 182.207 (lena, leno, v.ll.). See Gwynn, Hermathena 1935, 64 . len (lean, v.l.) .i. bacail, ut est lenaidh logh n-enech .i. bacaid logh n-enech na flatha, O'Dav. 1162. Vn. léiniud, lénad qq.v. s.v. léiniud.

léiniud, lénad

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(-e- ?) vn. of léinid, lénaid. Acc. to Pokorny, ZCP xv 203 , léiniud is an analogical variant of lenad vn. of lenaid (he treats the vowel as short, as also do Pedersen § 761 and Gwynn, Hermathena 1935, 64 . Thurneysen gives it as long, Gramm. 76 ). injury, harm, impairment; hindering, preventing : a dō ata foimdi oc éot fīrinne .i. ferc ┐ altes, ar is léniud don fīrinde cebē de dotecmo dī, ZCP iii 451.4 (Apgitir Crábaid) (leunath, v.l. YBL). i llūrig lasrēin (? leg. Lasrēin) cen lēniud `without hindrance', Misc. Hib. v 19 § 1 . lēiniud clairend .i. tairmesc fodla ┐ rainde, Corm. Y 307 = leniud clairenn, Corm Tr. p. 39 . tri deich bliadna . . . / cen nach lénud (: dénur), LL 4906 . robai lenudh na gona ina chois, Aen. 3145.

leinníne

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n (1 lenn) cloak: mó ná adhbhur leinnine, Buile Ṡ. 80.1 .

léintech

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adj (léine): gillanraid geilléintech 'white-garbed adherents' Celtica xiv 140 § 41 .