lettáebach

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adj o, ā (lettáeb) partial: condailbhe .i. bághach no leathtaobhach, Triads 252n.

lettrom

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(leth + 3 trom)

adj I heavy on one side, lopsided, un- balanced : ba leathtrom na leathbuird `leaned over', Caithr. CC 77 . tomus lettromm, Aisl. MC 73.29 . Of fights, battles unequal, unfair: troid leathtrom, DDána 87.8 . leathtrom ro chuirseat an cath / Goill agus Gaeidhil, Misc. Celt. Soc. 152.13 . Of judgements etc. unfair, partial, biassed: breth l.¤ lesmáthar, Ériu iv 98 § 24a . má rugadh breath 'n-a breith leathtruim, DDána 94.14 . leathtrom an cor, 5.15 . Differently in: cearcall theineadh . . . / 'na sgeimheal leath- trom luaimneach lit. heavy-sided (= heavy), Aithd. D. 3.18 (-uim, Studies 1928, 69 ).

II Similarly as subst.: gan leathtrom learg d'ḟán nó d'ard inequality, DDána 119.18 . le leathtrom cogaidh unequal strife, Studies 1919, 255 § 2 . iomdha leathtrom gum lucht chogaidh, PBocht 18.11 . leathtrom deabhtha, Misc. Celt. Soc. 344.24 . ? luad lethtruim, MR 262.23 . odchondairc Eochaid leathrom Meadba `Meadb's partiality' (i.e. fondness for Ailill), Ériu ii 182.21 . leathtrom glóir calumny, Aithd. D. 40.20 . méad mo leathtruim, DDána 111.12 . tusa ní claonfa chum lethtruim, SG 35.16 . gan claoini no lethtrom ina breithemhnus, Leb. Gab. 248 n.1 . Hence injustice, oppression, affliction in general: leathtrom muinntire Meidhbhe / . . . ar Magh Muirtheimhne, DDána 92.32 . giorra saoghail cinidh Cuinn / tug Éire fa lán leth- troim, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 259.38 . maoidh do leathtrom lá a chéasda, A. Ó Dálaigh xix 12 . leattrom d'imirt ar an eaglais, TSh. 5386 . ré linn gach leathtruim da luigheadh orra, Keat. ii 1032 . fear leathtruim `oppressor', Prov. xxviii 16.

lettromach

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adj (lettrom): an drong leónta leathtromach ` unfairly used ', TD 16.8 . grádh leatromach one-sided , Dánta Gr. 51.1 .

lettromán

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n (lettrom): tarfas dō leatromán do muintir Dé nach bíd . . . ac troscadh `that the men of God . . . dealt inequitably', SG 34.10 . Usually of a dead king, chief, etc. (oppression, hence affliction, grief?): adbur rig coicid Ulad uili ┐ leth- dromman Erenn uili `the support of all Ireland', Ann. Conn. 1333.3 . Toirrdelbach . . . lettroman (sic leg.) Tuadmuman `the stay of Thomond', 1399.2 (= lettroman, ALC ii ). T. . . . letroman na nGaidhel ar thresi ┐ ar línmairecht `surpasser', RC xviii 285.7 (Tig.). D. . . . lettroman Connacht, FM iii 262.12 (`a great loss to C.').

lettruime

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= lettrom (subst.): a fir do chumm in cruinde / doilig lind do lettruimme injustice , LB 186a13 ( GJ iv 42b26 ).

letus

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x see leitiús.

leuain

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pn g. Lebanon: ind huaisliu oldate cedair l.¤ , Ml. 48c21 .

leuc

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n (Lat. leuca) league: .ix. leugada ier tomus francach, CCath. 3475 (leuccada, leccadha, v.ll.). tri leuic .i. nai mile, ITS xix 32.4 . do impátar . . . fedh l.¤ .i. tri míle, 80.12 . Cf. 1 léice.

leuidán

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x see lebedán.

leuitic

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pn book of Leviticus : uctaras ind l.¤ `the authority is Leviticus', Mon. Tall. 153.16 .

léun

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x see lén.