2 líg

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x see 1 lía.

lígach

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adj o, ā (1 lí) lustrous, beautiful, illustrious : lóichet laindrech l.¤ , Fél. Prol. 197 . án lanomain l.¤ (liagach v.l.), Mar. 24. abb Lethglinne l.¤ , Apr. 18 . hi féil Laissréin lígaig, Sept. 12 . o Laind lígaig Léri, June 18 . cid clerech, cid laech ligach, ZCP vii 299.5 . Cf. ligach .i. cennais, O'Dav. 1173 (quoting Fél. Apr. 18 ). lioghach .i. ceannais, O'Cl.

As subst. ā,f. a ligach, a loinderda (of Virgin), Ériu i 122.14 . As n. pr. maith in ben L.¤ fri a lind, RC xlvii 312.14 .

? lígaib

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ind ifledaib nal.¤ gl. ad saturitatem carnis, Wb. 27b3 . Cf. líth ?

lígaide

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ind = lígach: cona lubaib ligaidib, SR 380 . coiced laithe l.¤ , 8149 . inna lennaib ligaidib, RC xxv 36 § 16.

ligament

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n [o, m.] (Engl. loanword) ligament: i ligamentaibh ┐ i lacertaibh na lámh, 23 K 42, 320.4 .

lígda

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adj = lígach

(a) brilliant, bright : lioghda .i. alainn, no mín, O'Cl. ro milled in gentlecht / cíarbo ligdae lethan, Fél. Prol. 214 , quoted as source for ligda .i. laitir, O'Dav. 1169 ; cf. liogha .i. laidir, O'Cl. úas laithib lígdaib, Fél. Prol. 23. l.¤ a dath, LL 2744 . do lubaib ligaib (leg. ligdaib) cenchleith, SR 7874 . leptha lighda, Anecd. i 56 § 51. Of garments: atchíu a léine ligdae linide, BDD 100 h . lénti ligda fria cnesaibh, TBC St. 4526 . étaige l.¤ lendmassa, TBC 5684. étach corcarda ┐ etach ligda impe, LB 148b42 . re h-anaicen- tacht leis na lend-brat ligda, MR 180.13 . luithrech . . . liogtha lonnrach lochlannach, Rel. Celt. ii 260.z . Of river: Liphe l.¤ , Thes. ii 295.9 .

(b) Fig. of persons illustrious, famous : mac ind fhir l.¤ legind, LL 15987 . dag mac ligda Laeghaire, Met. Dinds. iv 224.4 .

lígdach

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ind = lígach: an fuan . . . / lighdach lendbras tonach dend- mas robai immi, Anecd. i 62 § 107.

lígdatu

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n [t, m.] (lígda) brilliance, brightness : failtnighit la tess ┐ ligdata samraid, Ériu ii 126.31 .

1 lige

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Forms: luighi, loighi, lighi, li(u)gu

io, [n., Thurn. Gramm. p. 448 ]. luighi loighi lighi (na leaptha) m., IGT Decl. § 2. Vn. of laigid. IGT Verbs § 74. d s. somet. li(u)gu in early texts.

I

(a) act of lying down, reclining, sleeping . Of persons: nicon fordamar suide nó ligi do fir díob `he did not suffer one of them to sit or lie down', Mon. Tall. 85 . ní reid bith fris im longud no im ligi, LU 5957 ( TBC² 1491 ). ba fer borb . . . im longud ┐ im ligi in Mand, LU 6708 ( TBC² 2166 ). rocomraicset . . . fri aroile co ttard Cana fo dheoidh ar Cairbri luighe for sccáth a scceith, ZCP xiv 233.9 . dochum a leaptha laighi `her couch', Aen. 628 . ina tigh lighi, Anecd. ii 42.14 . tráth luighe, TD 11.106 . gan luighe araen ar éinphioll, O'Gr. Cat. 367.19. nách áil lighe acht ar chuilt chlúim, IGT Verbs ex. 665 . go dtí leam lighe do Dhia `may God let me rest', Aithd. D. 58.2 .

Of the sun, setting: taithneamh gréine i ngar dá loighe, PBocht 9.13 . ón cheidesbart go luighe ghreine ar n-a bharach, Parrth. Anma² 3564 .

Of birds, perching: atconcadar braineoin ┐ badba ┐ ethaidi aeóir . . . ag laidi arna corpaib, ZCP xiii 243.11 . enlaith Erenn do luighe arin mbile sin, BNnÉ 89.25 . Of animals: is feis cach l.¤ , Laws iv 78.8 . Of dust: ar luighe ceo ar ghrís, Content. xiv 19. Note further: is i no marbad in trichait dia figrann (leg. fidchrann?) dia liugu, Fing. R. 1010 and n. dá phudhair luighe gach lis two misfortunes causing prostration, DDána 73.12 . iar luighi a finnfaidh for a bód bunnremar barrdaíngenm (a lion), Ét. Celt. i 91 10 . Fig. of mystic espousals: más luighe trír dleaghair díom `I may espouse all three', PBocht 9.2 .

(b) With prec. prepp. With I and possess.: lying, in lying position as opposed to standing and sitting; resting, sleeping : suidigis inna liugu amal bid inna chotlud no beth. Ir. Texts i 34.4 . nar ablad na ṡuidiu nach ina ligu that he might not die seated or lying down, LL 14045 ( RC iii 181.28 ). ina ṡeasam ┐ ina laigi (of pillar-stones), Ériu ii 26.9 . in lin tallat na suidiu ni tallat 'na ligiu, MR 56.23 . tig 'n-a luighe ar leic a dalta came and lay on her Son's tomb, DDána 30.29 .

Also prostrate , often as a result of violence of distress: gach huili dhúil do beith 'na luighi la homhun, RC xxviii 312. 6 . bátar inn arrachta huili inna ligib, Trip. 194.24 . na dee-si no-t-cuireb-sa uaib iat, co mbet fo-m chosaib i n-a lige, PH 762 . ech . . . in n-a laige fo eri, 5846 . ro chuir ina loighi for lár (of felling trees), CCath. 1783 . con-da-acca inna crois- [fh]igil in hi ligiu ossí oc irnaghti, Ir. Texts i 2.21 . sluagh na lighi a gcosair chró, IGT Decl. ex. 48. Cf. ina laighi laech- miled lying as a conquered warrior, MR 270.17 . In certain contexts sick, confined to bed by ailment : galar do gabail Tairrdelbaig . . . , co raibe fada 'na laighe, RC xviii 154.16 . othar blíadhna luidhe Guill `a sick man for one year—so long was Goll in bed(?)', Duan. Finn ii 316 § 64. Note: tecla l.¤ .i. duine sirg. Doloris alicujus absque vulneracione `bedridden person', BCrólige 8 . Fig.: tír 'na loighe tír Dá Thí afflicted, DDána 93.3 . Note also: a mbeth na l.¤ ris in cinaid `lies imprisoned for the crime' (`liability for', Plummer MS. notes) Laws i 106.21 Comm . gach nidh d'á n-aibeoradh do chur 'na luidhe ar a phobul to impress on his people, Keat. i 62.26 . With OC = ina ligiu: mé ag loighe is mo chneas ar clúmh, Dán Dé xxix 2 . iomdha ag loighe, . . . / aréir san bhaile a mbímís, Studies 1924, 85 § 2 .

With follg. prepp. With AR: Of occupation, work, applying oneself to: más é díoth a aithearraigh / tug ortsa luighe ar mhíbheirt, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 288.22 . luighe ar mo psaltair nár chleachtas im bhuachaill, Keat. Poems 1435. Of lying on a dead body as form of mourning: dom choeniud ┐ do llige form, Rawl. 130b33 ( ZCP iii 3.11 ). ar éise a croidhe do chrádh / sámh léi-se loighe ar a laogh (of Virgin), Dán Dé ii 24 . it luighe a Mhoire ar do Mhac / is dá Mhuire oile iomad `fainting over', vi 16 . Note also: cuirfiom luighi ar Lios Túathail . . . 's loighi ar ghoirm-Leic, Ériu ix 163 § 9. Fig. oppressing : Mac Muire ní doilghe dhó / luighe oirne ná orra. Dán Dé xxv 18 . is ineagluighthe dhuit a lámh throm do luighe ort, TSh. 3473 . air ro batar na saerchlanna ac laigi forsna ferannaibh i rabatar sum, ZCP xi 60.22 . aen dib do bai ac loigi fair do inta som fris, Ann. Conn. 1230. 7 . tiug an tsluaig do loigi air the main force pressed him hard, Ann. Conn. 1398. 5 . mo bharr moirne ag duine dhíobh / ag luighe oirne d'imshníomh. L. Cl. A. Buidhe 111.24 . Legal: laige co tren for ferund forcible entry, Laws v 432. 5 Comm .

With DO submitting to: tar éis luighe dá fhlaith neamhdha / do mhaith uile a ndearna dó (of Peter), A. Ó'Dálaigh xxxvi 8 . With FO: ag loidhe fan éagóir uirthe `pressing against the odds on it', Studies 1923, 599 § 14 . With FRI, LA cohabiting with: laige fri bangrád, LU 3590 ( SC 30 ). bean do-chuaidh libh do loighe, Aithd. D. 64.18 . an bhean do iarr loighe lat, TD 29.68 . gach aon-fhear léi-se ag luighe, Keat. Poems 1133. Fig. act of agreeing with, being well-disposed towards : searc na cléire íad re aroile, / 'siad re chéile ag loighe leó, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 251.60 . car mhiste dhuit féile leamsa luighe `if bounty shared her couch with me', Ó Bruad. ii 36.3 . Cf. mór espa do láech / laigi fri súan serglige to yield to, LU 3518 ( SC 28 ); 'to lie in sleep of wasting sickness' SGS vii 59 . laige re nīth (ndíth, v.l.) to yield to, ML² 1276.

(c) In various phrases with adj. or defining gen.: loighi aeisi dho in loighi a dtá old age, Acall. 1375 . seal san lathaigh, loighe an doill, DDána 50.4 (reference obscure). imgaibh luighi claen is col unlawful intercourse, Acall. 589 . i llige chro expl. of crólige, BCrólige 1 n. 1 . o domrala il-ligi leoin illness, ZCP vi 263.11 . ná tuit fri l.¤ lesce sloth, Imr. Brain § 30 . l.¤ séolae, l.¤ siúil lying-in, lying in childbirth, childbirth, childbed (cf. II): rosalt asa lighi siúil / Conaire, Met. Dinds. iv 58.7 . dobi a bean ina luighe seola ar mbreith deisi mac dí, Fier. 197a . dobhi bean in eathaigh . . . ina luighe seola, 203 . dol dḟios na Rioghna ata ina luighe seóla iar mbreith deise mac, Ériu v 166.41 . Cf. luidhe travailing, delivery, Eg. Gl. 573.

With obj. gen.: cach uimme ag loige a laime plying him with blows, BB 44b57 .

Perh. in phr. copán laoidhe: gan cead do bheuth ag aoinneach uirid an chopáin laoidhe do chungbháil i n-aon áit . . . a mbiaidh m'oighreadha `guest-cup(?)' (night cap?), Maguires of F. 93 (i.e. to offer any hospitality at all?). Cf. 97 .

In obscure phr. léim luighe (final leap(?), death-throe ? Cf. sense II (b)?): foccus duid do leim luide, Ir. Texts ii 55 § 40. mar rug léim luighe fan lic / fa géim na hoighe [má heilit] (Mary at tomb of Christ), DDána 27a.24 . beir leat sinn . . . / dom anmain gomadh léim loighe, 25a.23 . go rug fan lia a léim loighe `lying leap' (of Christ), PBocht 17.2 . rug in maith ar a lēim luighe, O'R. Poems 3600.

II

(a) bed, couch : l.¤ gl. torus, Sg. 52b10 . l.¤ gl. hic lectus, 107a4 . intan nombíth innaligiu, Ml. 55c19 . baoes (= bes) beith inda ligiu `it may happen in bed', Mon. Tall. 63 . dobérat Ulaid a mná dóera chucu i llige, LU 5613 ( TBC² 1134 ). i lligi la mnai Find i taidhe, Corm. Y 1018 (87.17) . ni chotlu leth na h-aidche im ligu, IT i 79.15 . techt hi ligi `going to bed', Laws ii 124.19 Comm . ben ar-a-dala fer cuice i muine no l.¤ , v 272.8 . bidh lighi tren ┐ truagh, Lism. L. 3512 . ragaid mac illigie a ath[ar]. ragaid ath[air] alligi a m[ei]c, ZCP xii 406.28 . ? messam laidi lethard, Arch. iii 230.155 .

Of dogs kennel, lair : nirbo cuingi ime a lighe chon, Anecd. ii 72.8 .

(b) Fig. grave, flat burial space (as opposed to fert, lecht): íccfaid drucht a ligi, Fél. Ep. 224 . nábad airdairc a ligi, LU 2793 . in corp roláad . . . / for l.¤ lór Helessé, SR 7182 . cach fert ┐ cach lecht, cach lia ┐ cach ligi, TBC 5704 . is samlaid atá in ligi. ┐ cloch bec fo thalmain na airthiur ┐ alaile na iarthur, LL 3845 . ní hadnaghar og lighiu fir no mna, O'D. 2375 ( Rawl. B 506.45b ). tri duirn a h'úir deirg . . . / d'úir ligi leptha Cíaráin `from the bed of clay where C. lies', Met. Dinds. iv 84.64 . isat ili . . . / a ligi ┐ a lechtáin, 134.32 . loc di cetamus l.¤ Fergusa maic Roich aitt in rohadnucht ar Mag nAi, Arch. iii 3.3 . batar imdha leacht ┐ laighi laech ┐ curud gan chend don fobairt (`lairs'), Aen. 3052 . cia in feart do claidhead go mór . . . / a fhad is méd a luighe / uime atú da fhíafraighe `burial space', Duan. Finn ii 32.2 . cía in feart dona / ga ffuil in luige fada, 32 § 1.

In legal phrase: a nastudh ara ligi, O'D. 2295 ( Rawl. B 506, 28a ) (if children of doubtful parentage have not been affiliated before the death of the putative father, Plummer MS. notes).

In nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.

2 lige

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vn. of ligid. f., IGT Decl. § 3. act of licking, licking : oc a boltnugud ┐ ic a l.¤ , Rawl. B 512, 67c (Plummer MS. notes). batar oca l.¤ ┐ oc[a] adrad .i. int assan ┐ int ócdam, Todd Lect. vi 48.12 . dogair Bibus in t-ech cuigi . . . ┐ robúi si aga ligi, ZCP vi 291.33 . ag lighe cos an naoimh, BNnÉ 137.22 . dobadur na leoghain ag ligi chos na righna, ZCP vi 293.23 . gapsat . . . [na leomhain] ag pocadh ┐ ag lighi a chos, Fl. Earls 234.25 . an clár do líghe ┐ a sgrios re sgin, Eochairsg. 123.31 .

Sense not clear in: clanna fileadh gan fiú an ghiolla, . . . / náir lem a lighe (luighe, MS) ag gach éinfhior, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 250.35 .

? ligeoc

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ind cailleach ligheoc gl. pupina, Ir. Gl. 282.