? leitheóir

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ind see Eg. Gl. 418 cited s.v. leithlechas.

1 leithet

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n Originally t n., Ériu xxxv 148 n. 27 . (cf. lethan, and Thurn. Gramm. 167 ).

(a) breadth, width: i mbucai no lethit (gl. latitudinem), Sg. 3b13 . lethet a bél, Críth Gabl. 571 . lethech . . . .i. ainm do cheneliu eisc . . . .i. ara lethet ┐ ara thanadetaid, Corm. Bodl. 12.5 . ceithri duirn a leithit, ZCP xiv 351.15 (= Laws ii 246.6 = lethat, O'Dav. 706 ). ag loige meich . . . airtem (a) l.¤ a crui iar n-airthur, ZCP xiv 348.2 ( Laws ii 238.14 ). ceitheora bairgena . . . da dorn a l.¤ ┐ dorn a tiget, ZCP xiv 356.8 ( Laws ii 254.8 ). mad cora . . . tri traigte a leithead, Laws v 112.1 . in talam cona fot ┐ a lethet, i 26.23 Comm . lethfat (sic) buna in litanain `the breadth', ii 232.23 Comm . Comgan ┐ Marcill / co llethet a llinde `the breadth of their wisdom', Fél. Oct. 13 . corann liath lethet baisi, Ériu ii 229.2 . dobeir Dia traig cacha bliadne fora lethet adds a foot to its breadth, RC ix 494.10 (ICM). dá chubat . . . / bid i llethet cech oen chláir, SR 4240 . lethet na criche, LL 6502. l.¤ da gabail bhadéin dit chrích, TBC 5997 . bradan . . . da dorn .x. na lethed, CS 316.3 . go bhfad ┐ go leithead an chuirp, TSh. 5757 . lethat Tūadmuman a tūaid, Ériu ii 50 § 3. téit i l.¤ multiplies, increases: Dái Galach . . . / do chuaid a chlann i lithed (:fichet), SG 333.20 (lethead, MS.). co ndeach- atar a tren ┐ a treisi ┐ a l.¤ lanmhor, L. Chl. Suibhne 2. Cf. cuirfidh sé iad a saibhrios ┐ a leathad feadh an tshaoghail, Beatha S.F. 736 .

(b) expanse, stretch(?): saibreochadsa tú . . . do lethadaibh móra ferainn, Fier. 16 (do lethet morferainn, v.l.).

In n. loc. síth Lethet Oidni, Im. Brain 53.2 . do sruthair Lethet Oidni, z (lethit, v.l.).

2 leithet

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x see leithed.

leithimell

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n an extreme : medhōn idir dhā leithimell do chonngbhāil Celtica i 194.1078 .

leithit

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x see leithéit.

leithlechas

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n o,m. Also -rechas. Cf. leithlig. separation, isolation: lucht leithleachais (of seceders from the Church), Hackett xlii Introd . silt fhola ar mhnáoi mórán do láethibh ós aimsir a leithreachuis, Levit. xv 25 . gach uile ní iona luidhfidh sí iona leithreachus in her separation, 20 . leithrea- chas (ar na cur a leitheoir) separation, Eg. Gl. 418 . gidheadh atá . . . comhacht na hEagluise arna dháil don uile Easpog . . . atá ar na thoirbheirt go leithleachuis (? leg. -us) d'Easpog na Róimhe in a special manner(?), Eochairsg. 6.22 .

leithlig

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adj in phr. oc l.¤ , do l.¤ appar. apart, aside: airecht fo leth .i. airecht bīs oc leithligh ac scrūtain na cōrach, ZCP xii 359 n.4 ( H. 3.18, 57b ). Ádhamh . . . / do leithligh do chuaidh dá chloinn / mar beirthir uainn an urroim `his race's fortune has gone awry', PBocht 16.3 . Cf. leithreadh .i. leithleith, robdar leithreadha .i. dochuadar do leithleith, no dén táobh, O'Cl. Cf. Dinneen, s.v. leithleach .

1 leithne

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n , f. (lethan) breadth, width: l.¤ gl. latitudo, Ir. Gl. 925 . ana airde . . . 'na lethni, CF² 278 . cét fedh ele 'na l.¤ , Aisl. Tund. 134 § 2 . le cainndigeacht leitne a speiri fein `amplitude', Ir. Astr. Tr. 114.6 . dul a scailedh ┐ a letni `to spread and dilate' (of air), 54.7 . do bi d'fhad ┐ do l.¤ 'sa mbrat co rainec . . ., BCC 32.1 . go lethne ┐ go n-áirde iomchubhaidh, RSClára 84.30 . do réir l.¤ an tighe, 2 Chron. iii 4 . do thomhas Ierusalem ┐ dféachuin cred a l.¤ , Zech. ii 2. Cf. leithe, leithet.

2 leithne

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ind (leth) = leth: do chul frisin catraigh / du leitne fri Loch(a) Eirne / . . . / is do l.¤ alaile / fri Gleann . . . Rige one side of you towards L.F., the other towards G.R., AU an. 759 .

leithrechas

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x see leithlechas.

leithred

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n (leth) side(?), slope(?): is amlaid ra suidiged lathrach in taige hisin. l.¤ foe fothúaid, ┐ airrand (aurard, v.l.) andess, LL 3851. Cf. leithreadh .i. leithleith. robdar leithreadha .i. dochuadar do leithleith, no dén táobh, O'Cl. `leithreadh bias, slope', Dinneen.