leirc

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v ipv. sg. 2 l.¤, loisc, letair iat `prostrate', Ir. Lit. 8.12 (of sins). ? Cf. léirighim `I beat, strike, . . . I pound', Dinneen.

léire

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n , f. (léir)

(a) zeal, devotion; care, assiduity, exertion, pains: leire .i. crabad, O'C. 505 ( H. 3. 18, 257 ). O'Dav. 1172. ? Also léra (see rhymes cited below). a lére ro prid- chissid doib, Wb. 24c17 . ind leire dorat-sam fri sechim gníme Adim hi pecdib, 13d15 . ro mertatar lǽri rechto `who had betrayed the care of the Law'. Ml. 75d5 (gl. proditores religionis). huare rombu mór dorat Duaid du laéri frit adrad-su, 136c11 . ind lære gl. (non leuis) opera (est). 91c4 . léri gl. operam, 32b11 . inna leri ili gl. operas multas, 28c2 . in lebrán co lléri `pious', Fél. Ep. 106 . fri Críst carais léri / Garbán `loved devotion to Christ', July 9 . ron-snádat íar léri / do ḟlaith Dé, March 6 . lúrech lére (of the Félire), Ep. 78 . guide cech maicc lére every very pious person, 428 . Cf. 350 . céssad Iohain / Baptist, bith (breo, v.l.) co léri, Aug. 29 . amail ima-fortagat / memra in cuirp co lēire devotedly(?), ZCP vii 312 § 28 . ferr lēire laimnide carefulness is better than daring, Anecd. iii 20.3 . atcota terci lēre, 12.3 . nac[h] mogh (= modh) do formaigh leire n-altrumu care, exertion , Laws ii 176.22 Comm . gach leire leighis care in treating(?), Leb. Gab. 172.11 . lére duit fri ríg ngréne / ┐ réde fri dóini, Ériu i 193 § 2 . serc conmidethar léri love regulates devotion, 195 § 9. cipé a l.¤ baistither in duine `however fervently', 218.23 . i lluc lére `a place of piety', iii 100 § 25b . léic ass in l.¤ coléic, / dena féile assiduity (in accumulating worldly goods), Misc. Arch. Soc. 5.41 . sduaigh go l.¤ lanchrābhaidh, O'R. Poems 3192 . leri líi (cheville), SR 7019.

(b) completeness, exactness(?): ar leri a hecna ┐ a heolais (of Athens), TTebe 1590 . ré leiri ┐ lanméd tinoil na treinfer sin, 1266 . Cf. léirthinól s.v. léir. `glinni' dano l.¤ , RC xx 252 § 54 (ACC Comm.).

(c) do l.¤ = do léir: tucad t'imchomarc do glaine ┐ do leire uad duit, TBC 2160 . co fil remfis na todocaide do leire linn, CCath. 4063 . ataig annsin co matain co cendport a aislingt[h]i do léri lais `with the poetical account of his vision ready', Aisl. MC 31.22 . ro innis tra a scéla ┐ a imtechta do lēire, Moling 72 .

? tucuis is ibh ag impudh / creach O Felme a (= i?) lera libh / demne ina scela scailtir the entire spoil(?), B. Ferm. 196a16 . an chumha / uimpe bhíd na bruit dubha / ní mo- chean bean a léra / ní híad a sgéla is lugha `I welcome not a woman so diligent(?)', Duan. Finn ii xl 7 = Measgra D. 74.27 . co ttoire in loch a lera, Misc. Hag. Hib. 43 § 63 (: cēdna).

léirecht

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ind (léir): a ég is a oighre a neinecht / gég moirne gan leirecht leis, Rel. Celt. ii 218.36 .

? léirid

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ind = léirigid: íadsin is seoid oile Ḟind / sech gach duine do dhleirfinn (sic), Duan. Finn i 16 § 38.

léirigid(ir)

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v (léir) is diligent about, tends, attends to; makes clear(?): léirig do laego `care for thy calves', RC xx 252 § 54 (ACC Comm.). lérigidir cert cech cind, Tec. Corm. § 2.29 (leirighther, v.l.). saigid lulgaigh lan-mesaig ar leir-laidh leirigter (a legal maxim) `for a lay diligently composed' (Plummer, MS. notes), Laws v 62.18 = BB 303b40 . nī nī nach breth berar nā bidh fri lēigend lēir lēirigther, Corm. Y 1224 (106.18) . ? ni litir na leirither (? leg. -igedar) lantorad na coma coitechta, O'C. 1745 ( 23 Q 6, 31 ). ?ipv. sg. 2 an cuid dod riaghail chrábhaidh? / léara, a bhráthair, is innis `explain', TD 38.2 .

1 leis

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adj uncovered, bare , see la vi (d), léicid.

? 2 leis

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ind Fland bidba rīgh l.¤ (? leg. less) tūath, ZCP xiii 26.25 .

leisce

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Forms: lescae

, f. (lesc) Earlier lescae.

n (a) sloth, laziness; idleness: in tí bis ina ṡuan . . . gataid leisci lesoc `sloth takes away his welfare', Laws i 104.5 Comm . trían a duinn ┐ a mesca[e] ┐ a lesca[e] ┐ a érca do ḟlaith (of the `fer midboth conoí insci'), Críth Gabl. 85 (see note). ná tuit fri lige lesce `a bed of sloth', Im. Brain 30 (lescae, lessga, v.ll.). atcota lesci faistine, Anecd. iii 11.5 , leg. foistine. dia láim docer cen lesce / Cermna Fáil, LL 2183 . cech sechmall uird . . . cid aneolas cid lesci, LB 187a12 . l.¤ (one of the cúic airdena déc drochmná), ZCP viii 113.22 . in tann . . . bís leisci oramsa, Oss. v 48.23 . lucht an mhurmair no na leisci, ITS xxix 133.31 . tug siad éasgacht ar leisge, Celtica iv 109 § 8 . tuitim i lesge mhóir, RSClára 146 § 8 . le hiomad leisge tuitidh an foirgneadh, Eccles. x 18.

(b) (the sin of) sloth: leisge, Parrth. Anma 3383 . do choir na leisge, TSh. 1314.

(c) reluctance, disinclination, unwillingness: boī dīa lesca les-side tidecht 'na [fh]rithing he was so reluctant to return, Aisl. MC 13.28 . a lesci áine ┐ ernaigthi thou that art reluctant to fast and pray (to the body), PH 8224 . do lisgi clampair do theangmhail aturra fein ┐ clann G. `not wishing that a dissen- sion should arise', Hy Maine 161.20 . iomlánachadh in líne do l.¤ a bheith folamh (scribal note), Duan. Finn ii 368. leisge Dé fa dhíogholtas God's reluctance to punish, Dán Dé xxii 26 . leisge labhra, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 238.43 . lān do leisgi an corp d'fhāgbhāil (of soul), Parrth. Anma 6023.

(d) In phr. do-gní l.¤ : lesce rium da nderna Día if God is reluctant to grant my prayer, Ir. Texts ii 76 § 4 . soirbius dóib acht na dernat l.¤ , Acall. 3479 . na déana leisge be not slothful, Dán Dé xxxi 40 . ac dénamh leisci ┐ dímhainis, ITS xxix 207.35 .

leiscemail

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adj (leisce) slothful: ionnas nách mbiádh sibh lesgeamh- uil, Heb. vi 12 (1828 ed.). slighe an duine leisgeamhail, Prov. xv 19 . ar na daoinibh bhíos leisgeamhuil lorgánta, Párl. na mB. 1541 .

? léit

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ind frit colla clár can noe nad l.¤ Lugthiach, LL 287a22 . Cf. léiten(a).

leite

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x see littiu.