líndae

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adj io, iā (2 lín) made of linen : a[mal a]nart no amal [l]índae gl. velut linteum magnum, Ardm. 177b1 ( Thes. ii 497.9 ). fethal línda imbi, LU 5595 ( TBC² 1112 ). fíal étrocht amal étach línda lígda like a shining linen garment, Ériu iv 138.27 . See línide.

? lindech

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ind ni bi fiádnaisi na bi hinnraic . . . ┐ na bid l.¤ a thoithe, O'C. 2601 ( Eg. 88 f. 51(52)b ).

lindfadar

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x see lamaid.

? lindsig

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Ráith Móri ┐ Glennamain / tuag Les Lethisil l.¤ , LL 19209 (perh. n. pr.).

líne

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n , f., later m. (Lat. linea). IGT Decl. § 2 . line in a large variety of applications.

(a) Of line of writing or poetry: for óenlíni, Fél. Oct. 2 , 14 (: Paulíni). legais canoin la German, / is ed adfiadat líni (glossed sgribenna), Hy. ii 12 . sé l.¤ . . . in cech caiptiul ┐ xvi sillaba cech lini, Lib. Hymm. 64.58 - 9 . coir ind lini, 15 n. 14 . in l.¤ noeb-sa, PH 4445 . os linib lebrain, ZCP vii 303 § 4. a sailm iar fersaib ┐ linib, Laws v 24.8 Comm .

(b) Other applications. Of line of battle: batar ar in inisen, Cog. 190.17 . eter línib leburbarcc, Ériu iv 96 § 17. Of reins, cord: sréin . . . bolga dergoír isindara liniu ┐ bolga airgit . . . isin l.¤ aile, TFerbe 12.13 . béin an linne (sic) as an dh óir (: ríghe), Rel. Celt. ii 230.8 . fíarfaigis in rigan díb l.¤ chroind na crochi cord (?), LB 229b46 . Of mountains: drúcht do línibh learg, O'Hara 4056. Of engraving on goblet: laoich ós línibh cuaigh `engraved wine-cups', O'Hara 2557. l.¤ . . . do chathaoiribh, DDána 85.42 . co tri línibh fíacul in cach cenn, Celt. Rev. vii 110.22 (= linaib, TTebe 50 , perh. 1 lín). line do chleithe, Ir. Texts ii 72.31 . lini mór do gailsechaib, Cog. 82.5 .

(c) In transferred sense lineage, race, generation : l.¤ luch- rapan lerda, LL 17480 . line don reim rioghraidhe, 394.54 . cinnus bías an l.¤ / nách lorg fíre a mbretha? ZCP iii 31.25 . ar lorc a line reimhe, Sits 1919 v 92 § 4 . díne don chruinne ag a cur / l.¤ uirre i n-a n-ionadh, Dán Dé xxii 2 . gach l.¤ nar leagh, Top. Poems² 15 . re lind an l.¤ sin, AU iii 546.24 . an l.¤ nó an lucht comhaimsire atá againn, TSh. 5407 . an J. ríoghamhail, 5483 . nár l.¤ na lánamhna `offspring' Dán Dé xxv 42 . na sé l.¤ the sex aetates mundi (see Dán Dé Introd. xiv ): sé l.¤ do bhean a broid, Aithd. D. 78.26 ( IGT Decl. ex. 297 ). sé l.¤ ar a bhas do bhaoi, Aithd. D. 86.1 . cóir Dé . . . / sirfidh ar na sé línibh, DDána 24.4 . Of length of reign: bliadain co leith a l.¤ / ós in Féind a n-airdrígi, Acall. 2514 . Fig. of life- span: nach fuil acht l.¤ léirmheasta . . . i re na beatha so, TSh. 724 . chum linntídhe do bheatha do tharrang, Párl. na mB. 188 .

(d) Of birds clutch (of eggs), brood: line huoga (= ogae), K. and H. 20 . a lámh do bheith fan lon go tabairt a l.¤ amach `till she hatched her clutch', BNnÉ 160.7 . comeis lini oen chirci dugaib, Cog. 48.19 . Of griffin: is lámh nocht i nead gríbhe / ar tí coillte a céidlíne, TD 18.134 . eas fa l.¤ gríobh. 35.11 .

(e) In phrases: léim tar l.¤ act of abandoning legitimate line of succession, of exceeding one's bounds, abandoning tradition : ní thug sí leím tar l.¤ / ríghe Néill dob í Éire, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 87.11 . ní coiscéim ná léim tar l.¤ / achd réim soisgéil fhíre é, DDána 17.4 . go ttugadar leim tar líneadh ┐ tar fál amach (of abandonment of apostolic and patristic tradition), Luc. Fid. 193.1 . is iad as ḟearr fuair ríghe / níorbh ḟada a léim tar l.¤ `not far did they outstep the bounds of right', Content. vi 179. tugadh léim tar l.¤ leis / don fhréimh fhíre dob aitheis, Aithd. D. 30.12 . Of unruly hair: rug ód bhais léim tar l.¤ `refuses to lie straight', Aithd. D. 11.17 . ní dhéan ris acht léimneach tar l.¤ I shall forsake traditional practice, Hackett xxxix 121 (a threnody).

Iar línib line by line : lilisiu iar línib / col-léir donaib félib, Fél. Prol. 311 . is é ord iar línib / file forsna félib (`according to writings'), 335 .

In(n)a líni in a straight line : bieit inna líni (: co fíri), Fél. Prol. 308 . tan batar na líni ar in mag (of Joseph's brethren), SR 3553 . co tarla cach snáthat díb hi cró araili co mbatar ina líni, LU 8858 ( FB 65 ). braon trom 'n-a línibh ós lionn, O'Hara 2646 . lebaidh luchair na l.¤ `a glittering bed laid out' (SG), Acall. 792.

Of the Equator: don taib astig don line medonac an domain, Ir. Astr. Tr. 64.1 .

In n. loc. see Hog. Onom.

línecda

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adj io, iā (2 lín) made of linen : trí lénti línecda, MU² 605.

Linech

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pn inhabitant of Mag Line : Lineach, Luighneach is Laighneach, KMMisc. 246 § 6.

línech

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adj o, ā (líne)

(a) As adj. lined, marked with lines : a psaltair líneach, Buile S. 4.11 . a lachu l.¤ , BDD 156 ( RC xxii 400 ). agat fhaphra l.¤ lag, Ir. Texts ii 35.33 . 'n-a ghruaidh línigh `brightlined', O'Hara 2980 . laech . . . cumachtach líneach, ZCP x 299.5 . Of hair: gach craobh líneach (`linen', Ir. Monthly 1921, 290 ), DDána 98.20 . a fholt lagbhuidhe líneach, Top. Poems² 1580. Of weapons chased: do-ní chairt don loinn línigh, IGT Decl. ex. 1126 . drongáir na lúirech l.¤ , Fianaig. 90.17 . sciath . . . co n-a slabraig linig loga, LL 189b6 . a sgíath . . . gona slabhradhuibh línecha, RC xxix 128.10 . feilm loinnearrdha líneach `carven', O'Hara 686. ? clucair ní chluinn a mineach / luchair líneach leandanach, IT iii 70 § 24.

(b) As subst.: huas mo lebrán ind l.¤ , Thes. ii 290.8 . l.¤ lobar name of poetical composition: líneach lobar fri longbhard, IT iii 23.4 . in linech loirge (no longbaird), 65 § 135 .

lined, lineo

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x see 2 lín.

líned

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n suppuration: ar son usachd les líneadh do dénamh propter eorum facilitatem ad suppurationem, O'Gr. Cat. 272.11. Perh. a by-form of línad, but materials in Cath MT s.v. lionaighim indicate group of words with -nn-. Cf. 1 linn?

lingair

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x see lianchar, lincharthanach.