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.

lingar

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x see linchuir.

linged

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[u, m.] late vn. of lingid act of jumping, leap : Máire Tóibín, lóithnín lingthe laoch gush of wind which overcomes (?), Hackett xi 6 . do bheir . . . orra lingeadh amhuil láogh, Ps. xxix 6.

With follg. prep. With AR: drong oile do . . . lingeadh ar na ceannaibh feadhna do bhí istigh attack suddenly, Keat. iii 2836 . lingeadh ar a chloidheamh do rinne `by falling on his sword', ii 3623 . Fig. setting about: ar lingeadh ar iomad locht do dhéanamh dhóibh, TSh. 9742. With co: dá raibhe saidhbris ag lingeadh chugaibh coming to you, TSh. 7100. With DI: bréantas . . . ag lingeadh d'ablachaibh . . . na marbh proceeding from, 7284 . With ó: an ga gréine ghrás bhíos ré língeadh . . . ó Dhia, TSh. 2290. With TAR escaping, sur- mounting : lingeadh tharsa go neamh, TSh. p. 218 . dochum lingthe thársta, Trompa na bhF. 4256 . With TRE: linge trína cheangaltáin, 4271 . With adv. or adv. phrase: lingeadh amach ré maith-ghníomhaibh do dhéanamh break out, TSh. 7409 . lingeadh na ndáil to make for them, Ó Bruad. ii 128.4 . See also léim, lingemain.

lingemain

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vn. of lingid, found only in O'Cl. jumping, leaping : iodhlann .i. lingeamhain no léim, oscar .i. lingeamhain. Cf. Wortk. 130.

lingid

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Forms: lingis, lengait, lingit, lengtae, leangair, ling, linged, lis, condribuilsed, ribuilsed, lestais, liblait, lilestai, lilasta, [l]eblaing, -lebruing, roleblaing, lebling, radreblaing, reablaing, rosleblengadar, lebhlingssetar, -raeblangtár, léim, linged, lingemain, lingthe, léim

v see Celtica iv 100 . Ind. pres. 3 s. l.¤ , Thes. ii 15.8 . -líng, Laws iv 108.11 . -linge (?), FM i 302.16 . 3 s. rel. lingis, ZCP vi 265 § 15. 3 pl. lengait, TFrag. 116.14 . lingit, FM iii 132.2 . 3 pl. rel. lengtae, Ml. 129c20 . Pass. leangair, Magauran 160 . Ipv. 2 s. ling, Aithd. D. 70.1 . Impf. 3 s. no linged , LU 8932 , 9138 ( FB 70 , 88 ). Subj. pres. 2 s. lis, O'Dav. 1167 (see below). rel. lias, Ml. 33c8 . Subj. impf. 3 s. condribuilsed, TBC² 737 = co ribuilsed , LU 5215 (see Stories fr. Táin, Gloss.). 3 pl. forsa lestais , TBC² 3451. ? Fut. 3 pl. liblait, 3448 . Condit. pass. 3 s. lilestai, LU 5326 = lilasta, TBC 1513. Pret. and perf. 3 s. [l]eblaing, Fianaig. 12 § 17. -lebruing (with dissimilation), Laws i 24.27 . roleblaing, Fél. Mar. 5 . ro lebling , LU 8932 ( FB 70 ). radreblaing, LL 238a40 ( TTr. 1589 ). do reablaing , Comp. Con C. 104.7 . 3 pl. rosleblengadar, SG ii 466.z . ro lebhlingssetar , O'Dav. 819. -raeblangtár, LU 8262 ( FB 20 ). Later with s-pret. Vn. léim, later also linged, lingemain. IGT Verbs § 76. Vbl. of necess. lingthe.

I Trans.

(a) leaps, jumps . Frequently with cognate accus. léim leaps a leap : liblait arrem they will leap to their ranks, TBC² 3448 . arna dechsad nech seccai condribuilsed eirr oencharpait `till a warrior should leap it (the trunk or stump of a tree) with one chariot' (Faraday), TBC² 737 (cf. LU 5215 ). ro lingestar leim, MR 234.2 . leim ni rolṅgaim (with ro of possibility), RC xxv 24.1 . With lúth d'a lingfeadh `any athletic feat he might attempt', Ériu iv 218 § 23. With other objects leaps over: roling [Conall] an gleann dia naimdheoin, ZCP xiv 263.8 . ise do ling Luachair Deadhaidh do thri léimendaibh, Mar. Don. June 17 . in luadi . . . ro ling cach docair, Cog. 160.10 . The terminus ad quem of leap may be direct object: roleblaing . . . ríasna conoib in loch `it sprang into the lake', Dinds. 74 . roling C. in carpat `C. leaped into the chariot', RC iii 176.2 . antan do lingthidhe é ro chaoladh `when it was leapt upon' (a bridge), RC xxix 118 § 16 . uair rod leblaing a lon laith his flame of valour has sprung [upon him?], LU 5916 ( TBC² 1449 ) (intan nolinged a lon laith ind, LU 5917 ). lis .i. lingi, ut est ni fuatais ni forlis, O'Dav. 1167 (abstracted from forlis pres. subj. 2 s. of for-ling?).

(b) attacks, overpowers : go ro lingeadh an laochmhilidh dia díbh leithibh, FM v 1826.2 . tug R. / . . . aighidh ar an lucht rosling, Studies 1919, 256 § 3 . ro ling, ro lomair, ro ledoir . . . Gullu, Cog. 138.1 . asé sin lingfes na fir / ┐ millfes na Breifnigh `spring upon', BNnÉ 254.19 . do lingis an lucht rotheilg, DDána 84.22 . lingthear leis lucht an bheatha, TD 13.161 . Note also: Tlachtga ingen Moga . . . rosleblengadar meic Símóin violated. SG ii 466.z = fordosreiblengadar, 40 . forda roeblemgatar, BB 406b2 .

Of fortified places, towns, territories: takes by storm, cap- tures, conquers: terc rí nach lingfedh Lochlainn, Caithr. Thoirdh. 60.16 . ní lingfidhir títhe cláir Chraoi Chonchobhair, DDána 109.19 . móirsheiser laoch lingios troid `that take a fight by storm', O'Gr. Cat. 502.14 . Clár Té do lingsion tar lear `conquered', O'Hara 235 . dá lár do lingeadh an Traoi, DDána 86.13 . ? ní ling rí an ghnaoisin do-ghabh, Magauran 2045 (see n. ).

Fig.: lingther do smuaintigib éxamla a chride, PH 7728. lingid uilc as othor-luit, / . . . síol . . . ó nÚghoine, Gleanings 17 § 21 .

II Intrans.

(a) leaps, jumps, rushes : ro leblaing a luan laith, LU 8370 ( FB § 25 ) (cf. LU 5916 quoted above). [l]eblaing Fercorb, Fianaig. 12 § 17 . lingfid na cineadhacha amhuil buaidhreadh móráin uisgeadh, Is. xvii 13. Of rivers, lakes, erupts: gur mhuidh loch gur ling abhainn, Content. iv 24. an tan do clasadh feart Ainninn, is ann do ling Loch Ainninn, Keat. i 176.35 . do ling an Tigerna isteach, Ériu iv 118 § 29 . adubhairt . . . go lingfeadh an teagh isteach . . . do chongnamh dhóibh `would rush into the house', Keat. iii 2838 . lingit amach, MR 22.11 .

(b) With prepp. With A: lingiustar in lann . . . as a altaib, MR 300.7 . lingis a spiorat anma ass (of a swift death), BNnÉ 53.y . do ling sruth uiscci . . . asan adnacul, Maund. 36. With co: lingthi Mac Da Cherda co sudib, Ériu v 28.7 . With DI: do bharr dhúin gur lingedh let, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 239.76 . do lingeadh do theinidh na carthanachda, Rial. S. F. 50. With DO: co raeblangtár ind laith gaile dia n-gais- ciud, LU 8262 ( FB 20 ). With FO: ni ro linge tú fúithi (of taking distress), Laws i 286.11 Comm . lingid lucht na Siria fótha . . . d'á n-óirleach `fall on them', Keat. i 204.31 . sgartar re celi a cnamha . . . / lingther fa lerganaibh cliabh, / iat ar delgānaib drochphean (of tortures of the damned), ZCP xxi 389.25 . do lingeadar ocht locha fó thír i nÉirinn i bhflaitheas Éireamhóin, Keat. ii 1676 . With FOR (AR): ling ar mo theangaidh, a Thríonóid alight upon my tongue, Aithd. D. 70.1 . do ling crioth ┐ uamhan oram, TSh. 4179 . rolingestar air na tigri. TTebe 2773 . súil mhillte . . . / más ar dheighfher lingther lé if it lights on, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 266.26 . Fig. gach amhgar oile lingeas orra, TSh. 517 . dar lingead an táth fair `where they crossed the ford in despite of him', FM iii 574.6 (see for). ro ling fora ech, Grail 635 . fot forsa lestais forsa sestais over which they should bound, on which they should sit, TBC² 3451. Of deeds sets about, engages in: gur lingeadar Éireannaigh ar chogadh ┐ ar choinbhliocht do bheith idir gach dá chrích dhíobh, Keat. i 66.12 . an ti . . . lingus ar na lochtaibh, TSh. 9193. With I: ro ling isin carput, Sc.M² 20 . Of surge of emotion: l.¤ dassacht i P., PH 2818 . gur lingeadar an dá chléith . . . a g-ċeann aroile, ML 86.1 . With ó: do lingsead an éanlaith uaidh, TSh. 3590. With RE: do ling long Ír rompa i bhfad, Content. xxviii 30. With TAR jumps over, crosses (of barrier), overcomes (of persons): roth[r]ascair na trénmíledu, ┐ roling darna laechu, TTr.² 1076 . lingidsom . . . tarsin fidchill i ndegaid ind nónbair, LU 4887 ( TBC² 400 ). roleblaing . . . / a clú tar sál sairde `has sprung over the eastern sea'. Fél. Mar. 5 . Of omission in calculation: lingidsem tar áes ṅesci beos ar chumbri, BCr. 31c8 . lingidh suas tar `outstrips' (Gloss.), O'R. Poems 802.

lingor

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x see lingur.

lingthe

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vbl. of necess. of lingid: dó ní l.¤ an bheannacht bhocht he must not forget, Hackett liii 47 .

lingur

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n co nemib nathrach, co l.¤ loiscend (co lingor loiscind v.l.) co salchar slama tened `toad's poison', TTebe 765 .