liun

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ind l.¤ no len .i. toiscidh lesugtha no leptha, O'Dav. 1150. l.¤ lean no faill, Todd Nenn. cxv 23 = fri lathar gan l.¤ , 130.26 . Cf. liún .i. leasc, P. O'C. See lén, míliún.

liúnad

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vn. of liúnaid. ni fulaing liunadh lanḟolad neglect (?). O'C. 432 ( H.3.18, 234b ).

liúnaid

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adj = lénaid ? (see lén): rodiultsat an-Día ṅdil / roliunsat in fírchretim denied , SR 2686 . liunsatar cach dib foleith / rodiultsatar a Coimdeid, 5267 . nirosliuna hed diacur / acht madtreb Iuda ahoenur, 6531 .

liunidti

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ind fo bes gach liunidhti no nescoidi eili, Ir. Texts v 5.19 . Cf. lén, liúnad.

liúntach

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adj o, ā (liúnad).

(a) As adj. narbat liúntaig tobaig remiss, Laws iv 56.14 Comm . ce[tnat] cromm lomm lesc liuntach lenamnach languid, Ériu vii 6.20 . narab lentaig no nar lictaig ac tobach na cor . . . .i. narbat liuntaig, Laws iv 56.13 Comm .

(b) As subst. sick or disabled person : inni is urcoilte don liuntac in tan bis a ninne uithir, BCrólige 61 gl. l.¤ nocha tabair aclaidh ar in l.¤ , O'C. 428 ( H.3.18, 233a ). in l.¤ bec bis isin cliab, O'C. 435 ( H.3.18 235b ). in dib liuin cleib .i. ferann in liuntaigh, O'C. 2474 ( Eg.88, 38 (39)c ). ? gean gach leantach a codanacht (leg. chodarsnach ?), Hard. ii 402.5 .

liúntaige

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n [, f.] (liúntach) indolence . In list of fifteen tokens of bad woman: labra, leisce, liuntaige, RC xlv 61.4 = ZCP viii 113.22 .

liúntas

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n [o, m.] (based on Engl. allowance) pension: do cuireadh go Tor London e le l.¤ no pinsion ceithre cced punta, Celtica i 247.242 .

1 lius

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n u (see Stokes, KZ xxxviii 468 ) loathing, disgust : is rad dée immumforling conda apstal liussa `a loathsome apostle (?)' (note), Wb. 13b6 (but see Celtica xiv 55 , xvii 112 , LOIG 629 ). amal nadngaib l.¤ disuidiu issamlid insin nisgaib som l.¤ difordiuclaimmim mu thuaithese, Ml. 34b6 . l.¤ no míad gl. fastus, Sg. 106b14 .

2 lius

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x see laigid.

liús

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n m. IGT Decl. § 38 . pike (so Dinn. ): do sgoilt giolla gég don ghiús / do bhrég l.¤ na Sionna suas, IGT Decl. ex. 1052.

1 ló, lóe

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Forms: ló, lóë

n Pokorny, ZCP xiii 122f ., distinguishes I ló `Wollflocke, Wollhaar, Härchen der Augenbrauen, Schneeflocke', and II lóë a fem. collective `Wolle, Fliess, Pelz, Decke'. A few examples support this distinction but it is frequently impossible to differentiate.

lō .i. olann, O'Mulc. 805 . ló .i. ribe olla. As ló a brut, O'Cl. casla .i. casló .i. olann chas, ibid. `ló a lock of wool, a blade of wool, a single hair', P. O'C. From ON , Bidrag 30 .

(a) single tuft or lock of wool; single hair of a sheepskin(?): a lin lo fil fort chassail, Trip. ii 384.4 . Perh. also: Lomaidhi . . . lo filed bui fora thengaidh, Lism. L. xxxix 6. Metaph. flake (of snow): indar lat it loa snectai breccait a mmag, LL 14122 . 14125 . co ro hairmither . . . loae snechtae, RC xii 104 § 148. Of water, splash(?): atetha . . . cless n-eóin / immelig loa usci, LU 8350 ( FB 24 , rhet.).

(b) fur of an animal, a fleece : cetnait . . . / buaid di a llacht a llóe, LL 13697 . leath do mnai a etach no lamtorad snithiu; trian a cirthu adblam; lethtrian a lloaib ┐ a scuapaib lin (.i. seised na holla), Laws ii 372.16 ( SM Facs. 42a3 ). co lai a olla a n-aimsir a lomartha .i. co n-olaind, Laws i 126.22 Comm . (gl. caura co li, 122.11 ). crín do chengul i llái cecha sinnaig dib, LB 127a33 . lai .i. clumh, O'C. 2068 ( H. 4.22, 67 ). Perh. also: ni dia dainib detnestar / die letharda loe (of a pig), Ériu vii 199 § 8 (ni ar dánaib dothiastar / acht dia letharthaib lai, LL 13707 ).

(c) sheepskin cloak; fleece of a cloak; wool; nap of cloth : lend .i. . . . lō find .i. ainm do brut find, Corm. Y 837 (lóe, H.3.18). ro ir dom . . . .x. loa lethna, Ériu ii 4.16 (leo leithcnia, v.l.) (glossed .i. bruit derga nó bruit loi .i. pill nó echdhillat) (Amra Con Roí). fola brith .i. fó lóe in bruit bái, Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 . dosnimthasa i llai a broit, Ériu xii 154.y (TE2). mala .i. moo a llō oldās in t-ēdan, Corm. Y 919 (a lloig, v.l.). brat cas corcra fo loí chaín, BDD² 7 . bratt derg fa chaslái imme, TBC 5425 (fo casloi, fo loi cain, v.l.). ocht mbruit chorcra bus caemh ló, BR 152.4 (: dó). coic bruit corcra co caemlaeib, Fen. 368.6 (: aíb). for loae (disyll.) mo gaimnén gil on the fleece of my white skin-rug, Liad. and Cuir. 22.14 . in brat uane / . . . / dorat lai fair iar lomain `He has bestowed pile on it', PRIA 1953, 98 § 21 (loi, loa, v.ll.). celtair .i. etach nuair .i. ni maith contui co tuctar a ló as, O'C. 91 ( H. 3.18, 66 ) = a loth, O'C. 1400 ( H. 3.18 633 ). is aire isrubrad Ulaid / . . . / lōä līath uma smechaib, Sits 1919, v 92 § 15 . Cf. Ulaid .i. oll leith . . . olann líath dochengladar día smechaibh, Cóir Anm. 245.

Compd. ló-chorcra adj purple-fleeced: cét lend lóchorcra, LL 7289 . bratt lómar lóchorcra, TTr. 1039.