? lethóc

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ind = 1 leithech: as lethan a mil mora no a letóga, Leb. Gab. 268 n.1 . (gl. lethan mil). leathog brec no leathog garbh plaice, Iar Conn. 11 n.y .

léthóir

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x see légthóir.

lethra

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ind n pl.? athcha lonna, l.¤ tromma, / tochar ferga, / crecha meinci, immed burba, / reilge derga, ZCP viii 196 § 18.

lethrad

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n (lethar) leather harness : seisedh in tseisidh aeile (= aile) deraib ┐ dernuch ┐ do lethrudh ┐ do chrannghail `for those who supply the men and irons and leather and timber', Laws ii 412.9 Comm . = do lomancur, 11 Comm .

? lethroi

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ind cen l.¤ fir .i. cin fír-tacrai huadhibhsom, ar is fír a tacradhsom, O'C. 472 ( H. 3.18, 247 ).

1 lethu

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in advbl. phrase i ll.¤ (sense not clear): robem cen áes hi ll.¤ , Thes. ii 305.1 ( Hy. i 43 , glossed .i. hi farsinge). dogníth mór fertae i ll.¤ , Thes. ii 316.1 ( Hy. ii 33 , glossed: i nEtail no in latitudine saeculi). rocés mór sáeth i ll.¤ `far and wide', Thes. ii 316.3 ( Hy. ii 35 ). In each case: bethu. Cf. leithe and Letha.

2 lethu

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x see la.

letrad

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Forms: leadradh

u, m. vn. of letraid. leadradh, IGT Verbs § 45.

(a) act of cutting (off), felling, breaching: firepi co mbi ┐ a rinn biraith amail delc, .i. l.¤ sin, Laws i 236.6 Comm . atraracht D. . . . / do l.¤ étaig Saúil to cut off, SR 6376 ( 1 Sam. xxiv 5 ). epe cacha feada .i. l.¤ felling, Laws v 476.2 Comm . gen ledradh in craind, iv 186.25 Comm . lúath a lám ac l.¤ chrand, Met. Dinds. iii 380.6 . techt isin caillig do l.¤ clar do denum long, BB 423b17 . in sliab do chlaidi ┐ do l.¤ rempi to breach, TBC 1585.

(b) act of wounding, lacerating, hacking, mangling, rending : l.¤ quasi latratio (leg. laceratio, ed.). Nō let[h]ar sōud .i. sōud in let[h]air, Corm. Y 847 . l.¤ no guin, O'Dav. 1146. cnamcumach cen letradh cen cnedh, Laws iii 354.y Comm . arm úathmar do guin ┐ do l.¤ , LU 2451 . nóidin . . . ┐ maccóim ica n-athcuma ┐ ca l.¤ , IT i 188.30 ( FA 28 LB). ledradh laindi, IT iii 21 § 60 (diupa lainde, v.l.). forḟóbair [in cú] for l.¤ Connacht, Sc.M. 19 R . tesccad no leod no lettradh, CCath. 3619 . Domhnall hUa Canannan do lethradh a choisi dia tuaigh féin, AU ii 212.10 (an. 1188 ). ica loscad, ica lethrad (sic) (of the torture inflicted on sinners), PH 8307 . ar scoltad a sceith ┐ ar letradh a luirigh, TTebe 3676 . ar letred a haigthi da hingnib, 1855 . a dhriseog . . . / ni ana 'gum leadradh-sa, Buile S. 64.y . ar ledrad na con confaidh `against bite of mad dogs', O'Gr. Cat. 240.15.

(c) wound, gash, laceration : airet bít úra a letartha, ┐ ata nua a créchta, CCath. 2500 . tucatar . . . losa leighis ina ledarthaib, ML² 1268 . rachuir luibi . . . cnesaigthi a ledarthaib an laeich sin, TTebe 1156 .

(d) Attrib. g s. rending, wounding : corbo chonair letartha cach n-ulind . . . don charput sin, LU 6402 (TBC). 'na láimh leadartha biodhbhadh, DDána 73.35 . arm leadartha (destroying weapon) Ez. ix 1 .

See letairt.

letraid

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Forms: leitér

v fut. stem leitér-, -eor-,

(a) cuts (off), severs, fells, breaches: urfoichledh in cach ferus na fuili na roletradh na feithe `that he sever not', BCrólige 58 n.1 . letrais Diuran donn lic laindrech / . . . / coic leathunga cut off, Anecd. i 67 § 153. ledraig finda fo usce, ledrad finda for cind, ┐ ni tescadh tuind, Aen. 1934 . doleic M. . . . a shoighit co ro ledair in snaithi . . . ┐ ni ro letair int en, ┐ dochuaid int en . . . for foluamain, 1131 . thug Lughaidh béim do Chonall no gur gerrastar ┐ gur leadarthar a chengail, Comp. Con C. 132.1 . letras fraech, forcocnus figh, silas sliabh, BLism. facs. 175 va 5 . cor' letrastair in láimh clí ó bun na gualann de, CCath. 2064 . cor' letair . . . / in n-étach bai im Saul, SR 6379 (= praecidit, 1 Sam. xxiv 5 ). nach [biadh] sgéal 'mun fháinne air / méar a láimhe gur leadair, DDána 102.27 . eirniter fo airdeibi gacha feadha is comaith cenél ris, ┐ ni leatartar uile (of fines for mutilation of trees), Laws iv 170.13 Comm . mas iat fedha in ferainn do letradh and, O'C. 1736 ( 23 Q 6, 29b ). cid fodera go fuiled tri .xx.it screball do loct na fearand ro leadradh sund `which have been breached' (of compensation to occupiers of land over which water has been conveyed), Ériu xvii 74.2 (Coibnes Uisci Th. Comm.). meath na dúthaig dontí ledrus / úr ibhair na naom, SG 24. 35 .

(b) wounds, lacerates, mangles, hacks, rends : dāig is dar cenn lūaigi / leitērthar co lūath, TBC² 2591 (= locherthair, TBC 3356 ). 's corot letar claideb crúaid, / 's coro ṡil bróen fola dar grúaid, TFerbe 474 . mallacht ar láim ro letair, 700 . ra lettair Lóch mo da lon, TBC 2365 . lerg-luam Lugdach, letrad cailc who hacked shields, Met. Dinds. ii 80.7 . Lochēne lonn letrad chath, ZCP viii 118 § 29 . sceinnit píasta ┐ bladhmhíla cucu-san co leadraid íad, RC xxiv 378.14 . Húa Fergail da bualadh do chloidhim, cor' ledair co mor `mangled', xviii 169.21 (Tig.). mor ngealchorp . . . ros ledraigset láigne, Alex. 137 . co letrad feóil ┐ lethar on chnáim immach, PH 7212 . leó co ngae gonas no letras (gl. Galeon), O'Dav. 1146 . mo lāmh nochar leadair duine, Aithd. D. 70.3 . ro loiscceadh Coill Comair leis, ┐ ro ledradh `hewn down', Cog. 116.y .

(c) strikes, smites(?): airigsi and . . . sruth ard amnas / ledrais aire crand a gai glais, Anecd. i 58 § 64.

lethrám

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n (leth + 3 rám, Éigse ix 6-7 ) column (of writing): ní ǽrmall ro scríbad in letraimso `this page', Thes. ii xxi ( Sg. f. 195b ). tri tuimthea gléso in letraim dídenach `three dippings of the instru- ment to the page', Ardm. f. 79r marg. inf. ( Thes. i 495.5 ). "verisimiliter: `segmentum, sectio, membranae vel paginae subdivisio'", Asc. 164. is ferr lim in lethram sin do scribund oldás mo chuit brechtáin for in cuaird innocht 'je préfère écrire cette demi-page (ou colonne) ce soir plutòt que (manger) ma part de pain beurré en voyage' ÉC xvii 178-79 .

letrán

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