lenamnach

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Forms: lenmanach, lenmunach

adj o, ā (lenamain). Also lenmanach.

I

(a) Of persons persistent, importunate; enduring: o ropu tromda iarom ┐ ropo l.¤ in t-aidech, LU 5680 ( TBC² 1206 ). as liosda lenamh- nach dhuit ueith dom lenmhuin, Buile S. 42.18 . ? cach flaith . . . / ó Nín co Léo lemnach lang / ro rím co hengach aen Ḟlann, ZCP x 271.3 (leg. lenmnach ? 272 n. l .). Of an animal: ce[tnat] cromm lomm lesc liuntach l.¤ , Ériu vii 6 § 7 .

(b) Of an action, process, etc. protracted, enduring; of enduring consequence(?): cia mesam ái airechta? . . .Ái lonn l.¤ fota, Tec. Corm. § 25.4 . cath Lúachra, ba l.¤ `stubborn', RC xxix 212 § 11. Cf. teidmlenamnachu gl. pestilentes, Ml. 15a9 .

lecc l.¤ see lecc.

II As subst. follower, successor : lenmunach gl. sequester (Ir. gloss prob. suggested by Lat. sequitur), Ir. Gl. 1040. gan papa na Romha bheith . . . na lenamhnach ┐ na chomh- airba Pheadair, Luc. Fid. 312.6 .

lenb

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x see lenab.

lenbaide

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adj io, iā (lenab) childish, puerile : Ferghus fer go neimglindi / luidhes luasga lenbhaidhe `who makes childish movements', BR² 156.3 . Crimthand . . . glas for lunnu lenbuidi `restrainer of childish angry ones', 158.17 . nirbo lenbháidhi in t-amus dó, TTr.² 1426 . a Éisirt nit l.¤ , SG 241.5 . gurab lenmaige in cundrad-sin, PH 7726 . glór an leinib lenbaighe, BNnÉ 228.9 . cóir súil re sealgaire an luin / dhúin gidh leanbaidhe a luaghail (of a young prince), DDána 97.41 . dá ngabtha . . . / arm go leanbhaidhe as mo láimh, TD 19.5 (: ghealmhaighe). do chuir mé na neithe leanbuidhe ar gcúl, 1 Cor. xiii 11. Cf. lenbda.

lenbaidecht

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n ā, f. (lenbaide) childishness; childish pursuits, childish play : Nennán ainm dó .i. nínan ara lenmaidecht, LL 371d12 . do sccolairibh baotha . . . le gáibh lenbaighechta léo, ag denam cluiche, BNnÉ 244.2 . a maidm lenmbaidh- echta ar laochMathgamain `this exploit of D.'s childhood', Caithr. Thoirdh. 69.7 . is díomhaóineas leanbuigheacht ┐ óige, Eccles. xi 10 . an fad ghrádhfeadh sibh an leanabaoi- acht, Párl. na mB. 1588 (infantiam, Prov. i 22 ; leanabántacht, v.l.). Cf. lenbdacht.

lenbán

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Forms: lelbán

n o,m. (lenab) Also lelbán. infant, young child: a lenbān for a ciich, Cáin Ad. 7 . rot-carusa seirc lelbhán I have loved thee like a child, BDD² 54 . sgéal ar leanabh do leanbhán, DDána 67.7 . do gheinedh leanbhan duinn (parvulus), ITS xxix 156.21 . lenbain oga, Mart. Don. 346.14 . gach lenbān . . . ria gcoimhlīnadh cheithri lō go n-oidche dia n-aoiss, Fl. Earls 176.21 . do bhíodh Eoin na leanbán leis, Arch. Hib. i 90. iv (: leargán). leanbáin ainbhfiosacha, Mac Aingil² 4816 . l.¤ gan chéill, O'Hussey TC 191.19 . Cf. leinbín.

lenbda

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adj (lenab) childish, puerile : súil ar léimibh lúidh leanbh- dha, / súil ar thréidhibh tigherna, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 167. 39 . Cf. lenbaide.

lenbdacht

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n ā, f. (lenab)

(a) infancy, childhood : o leanbacht go seanoracht, Flower Cat. 464.36 . ó ré leanb(a)dhachta(sic leg.) a leith, Misc. Celt. Soc. 408.1 . a ffidhair a lenbachta `as He was when a child', Fl. Earls 226.23 . ó aois a leanbdhachta, Beatha S. F. 82.

(b) childish pursuits: luinne nā leanbdhacht / spóirt . . . ná cluithche `children's plays', Oss. v 136.5 . cá fad ghrádhfidh sibh bhur leanabdhacht, Párl. na mB. 3647 (infantiam). Cf. lenbaidecht.

? leng

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ind masso do demnaib diabuil / don longais lengduib (leann-, v.ll.) laídig `mit finsterm Schlage' (citing leang `a blow', Dinneen), ZCP xiv 175.3 ( LL 1207 ). See 1 lenn.

? lenga, lénga

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ind EIS 261 : merga in mondaill l.¤ lomraim, IT iii 100 § 172 ( BB 295a22 ). ? focerd Curchān (sic leg.) abaid din lengaid, ZCP viii 104.15 (B. na f.).

? lengach

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ind l.¤ gach nellach, Laws iv 378.9 (`every wily person is unsteady') (Atkinson, Laws Gloss. 585 , suggests `a jumper = trespasser').

lengid

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x see lingid.