lethanchar

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x : lethanchar (letanchar, leatánchar, v.ll.) .i. laimthinech, ut est ni la lithach letanchar [lam fo nemiath .i. ni lasin lithech lam fora mindaib iarfir] cema[d] laimthinech lais O'Dav. § 1175 . co slóg Liphi lethanchar Celtica xvii 66 § 18 . Āed Gustān ba grānna a gal | lusca lāgha lethanchar Anecd. iii 47.12 .

lethar

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n o

(a) skin (of a living creature). Of humans: ben no fer . . . a tonn .i. a leathar, O'C. 2526 ( Eg. 88, 43 ). lethor et tound, geine na traigedh, Auraic. 5004 = lith ┐ tond, 1815 (no leathar ┐ tond, v.l.). eter féoil ┐ chnámib . . . ┐ l.¤ , TBC 4623 . do-chuir tú feoil ┐ l.¤ mar étach umam, PH 7457. nach facbhuit . . . leathar ar mu chosaibh, Oss. v 48.18 . a cnámu ina mbriscbruar ┐ a l.¤ immlán impu, LB 156b47 . da claocluighi dath in lethtuir (color cutis mutatur), Rosa Ang. 56.10 . leathtur an éduin, 76.4 . téid tárnocht . . . gur sgriossat a chraicionn ┐ a leathar, Beatha S.F. 1959 . Of animals: dogní smirammair díb eter ḟeóil ┐ chnámaib ┐ l.¤ , TBC 4424 . tarraid Medb muc dīb ar chois, co fargaib a l.¤ ina láim its hide, Dinds. 70.

(b) leather : leathar a sceith, Ir. MSS. Series 176.x . cona c[h]riss do l.¤ fírésc, Aisl. MC 89.9 . curchán cen chodail .i. gin lethur uime .i. gin tṡeichid, O'Dav. 442 . dath lethair arna lancoirtedh, ÉC i 85.25 . lámanna . . . amail budh leathar suaiti scingedórach, SG i 36.1 . bróga . . . amail leathar súdaire, 2 . fear leasaighthe leathair a tanner, Acts ix 43 . do dhíol se Leathrath go brath ar airgid leathair `leather money', FM iv 1107 n . leathar fo na aol, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 20.29 (i.e. of shields ?). do-gheibhid na saidléirídhe a cuid leathair (of a pig), Párl. na mB. 1126 . Attrib. g s. crandbolg .i. lethair, Laws i 152.27 Comm . mo tīag lethoir, K. and H. 6 . a dondúathróic ndondlethair . . . do formna cethri ndamseched, LU 6422 = TBC² 1908 . sciath . . . / cona thugi dublethair, LL 12654 . crios leathair, TSh. 10415 . na cótaidhe cnis do éudach dheróil gharbh, gan dúbladh lethair leó `furres', RSClára 68.34 (f. 73a) .

letharda ?

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ind ni dia dainib detnestar / die l.¤ loe, Ériu vii 199.21 = nī ar dánaib dothīastar / acht dia letharthaib lāi, 6.x .

letharthaib

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x see letharda.

lethcerd

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x see leiccerd.

lethe

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n do lubatar a l.¤ mar tret[h]irnibh trena ar tulaigh (of bulls) ` shoulders ' (Gloss.), TBC St. 5031 , whence leithe .i. slinnén, O'Cl. See leth.

lethenach

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Forms: lethanach

n m. (leth + 1 enech) Later lethanach. page of a book : l.¤ gl. pagina, Ir. Gl. 232 . lethanach `a page', Eg. Gl. 227. line . . . hi tús ind lethinig-sea, Ir. Gl. p. 60.4 . feib rosīacht in l.¤ do fhigled, sínis a thengaid d'impód na duille, Aisl. MC 53.24 . gabh gusandara lethenach (sic leg.) it diaigh, BNnÉ 124 n.5 . fech leathanach ród (i.e. see the following page), Hy Fiachr. 46.7 . nuimhir lethanach nō duill[e]óg na litre láimhi si, RSClára p. 154.16 (f. 162a) . san treas leathanach is caogad . . . da Chroinic, Keat. ii 6151 . cia an chaibidil? cia an duilleog, an leathanach . . ina bhfoghtar so? Luc. Fid.² 4278 .

leithitir, lethiter

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ind side : lethiter .i. lethtaeb, ut est gamuin co lethiter a frichnam, O'Dav. 1160 . somhuine thuirc: tine ┐ da chnaim saillte in .c. bliadain ┐ tarr in bliadain tanaise ┐ da lethitir in tres bliadain 'the return on a boar: a tinne and two salted joints the first year and a tarr the second year, and two sides (lethitir) the third year' CIH iii 920.23 , Peritia xv 319 . cethraimthe .r. (= raith) bouirech bo no .3.a dartadh, gamauin co lethithir(?) cona timtac a frichgnam 'the fourth of the fief (rath) of a bóaire is a cow or three dartada; a calf and a side of veal with its accompaniments are its render' CIH vi 2231.26 , Peritia xv 319 n. 53 .

? lethmech

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ind a chētbairgein l.¤ (?leg. lethmē[i]ch), ZCP vi 271.21 .

lethnaid

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x see lethnaigid(ir).

lethnaigid

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Forms: lethnaid, rolethnaigser, lethnugud

v (lethan) Also lethnaid. rolethnaigser gl. deletasti (recte dilatasti), Ml. 50a14 .

I Trans. spreads out, extends, widens : bennacht for ordan maic Dé / rolethnaig ler Líathmuine `who spread abroad', Met. Dinds. iv 68.150 . lethnaigi a tiagana gurab comletan fri sechid eilti `thou spreadest', O'Dav. 231 (gl. conlethatar brath . . . ). ro lethnaig a láma co nem extended (in prayer), LB 229b12 . slighe na humhla . . . / Dia . . . / do leathnuigh í don eaglais, Dán Dé vi 7 . an taer, ar na tegadh on grein, medaigter ┐ letnaigter e, Ir. Astr. Tr. 146.15 . gur leathnuigh a chíosa ar chách, Ir. Texts i 39 § 26 . do leathnadh brón as a bhoing, PBocht 7.30 . leitheach .i. losad. dobhrígh go leathnaighthear bairghean uirre, O'Cl. Cf. Bodl. Corm. 12.7 s.v. lethaid. do leathnuigh misi amach thú mar cheithre gaotha neimhe, Zech. ii 6.

II Intrans.

(a) spreads, expands, broadens, widens : rolethnaigh a barr tar an oilén uile, KMMisc. 315.z (no lethad, v.l.). do leathnuigh orainn . . . slighe chaol na creideamhna, Dán Dé vi 6 . fasaidh ┐ attaidh ┐ lethnaidh [an taer] expands, Ir. Astr. Tr. 148.13 . linn grás fam luing do leathnuigh, DDána 48.32 .

(b) spreads, becomes diffused or dispersed : is mór rolethnaigsit ┐ ro⃛ṡilsit Ulaid ó Ollamh Fódla, IT iii 388.26 ( Cóir Anm. 245 ). na tri cethrair . . . / do lethnaigh tall fa Thuathuil, LL 394.25 . ro lethnaigh in ríghe Románta fó ceithri hairdibh in domain, CCath. 83 . ba luath ro lethnaigh in scél sin fo Erinn, BFerm. 74b1 . lethnaigi se (sc. an nēl) ar fud an aeir, Ir. Astr. Ir. 152.8 . lethnuidis co roich an uillind (of a pain), Rosa Ang. 322.7 . na cúig aráin is dá iasg / leathnuighid feadh na bhfinnriasg, DDána 20.25 . dar leathnaigh gnaoi Dé na ndúl, 63.15 (`to whom God's favour extended', Ir. Monthly 1928, 154 § 15 ). scailid [in carpat] . . . ┐ leathnaigid comes to pieces and is scattered, Lism. L. 3003.

Vn. lethnugud.