lobad

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u, m. vn. of lobaid.

(a) act of putrefying, decaying : ni bia l.¤ na legad doib iar sin gl. mortui resurgent incorrupti, Wb. 13d19 . i ll.¤ et legad gl. in corruptione, 13c1 . Cf. 2 . bás ón ┐ l.¤ ┐ legad, Ml. 103c16 . ata corp Cianain gan l.¤ gan leghad, Fél. 244 § 24 . la drochthuth na fola ┐ na coland ic l.¤ , TTr.² 1048 . tóla muir-éisc . . . / blíadain lán cen l.¤ dó, Met. Dinds. iii 426.13 . amhail chríonas an crann ar lobhadh a fhréimhe, TSh. 3309 . lobhadh iona chnámhaibh `rottenness in his bones', Prov. xii 4 . logha na ccnámh an tnúthach (= putredo ossium invidia), Párl. na mB. 1472 .

Perh. also: cach ben deiraig a lanamnus cen deithbire .i. indeirge mborbtuile can lobudh can escomna, Laws v 456.y Comm ., but = logad, O'Dav. 810.

(b) In Laws used of the gradual forfeiture (lit. wasting away) of an impounded pledge which the debtor has failed to redeem during a period (díth(a)im) when it is in the hands of the creditor but still remains the property of the debtor. At the end of the díth(a)im-period the pledge is subject to lobad and the period over which this takes place is called aimser lobtha (see Bürgsch. 12 § 38 n.3 ). cuic seoit hi lobud cacha hathgabala ro midir Morand, Laws i 102.6 . l.¤ do dul ina cend i forba dithma, 212.32 Comm . nocha racha in athgabail i llobadh dia rabat na deithbirse so air .i. anfis, no ances, no econnus, no etged `the distress shall not be forfeited if these exemptions exist', 102.21 Comm . mas a n-aimsir lobtha [tainic an faosam], nocha saorund ar fogelt na ar bleith na ar lobad hí if the exemption come during the period of l.¤ it does not free the pledge from maintenance-costs, from being used by the creditor, or from (the amount of) the forfeiture (incurred), 4 Comm . co haimsir lobhtha sain, ┐ ó ticfa, is logh cúic set do dul a lobhadh ag gach laithe naicenta, O'D. 617 ( H. 3.17, 460 ). air is anfis ┐ semple adadnaig do lobath a nnepfuasulggud don fear besa ai, O'C. 788 ( H. 3.18, 368a ).

(c) Hence in Comm. actual failure to redeem, negligence in complying with (laws, rules, etc.): is ditim imurro fo cetoir i cend na hathgabála tulla, fri re a anta ┐ a acair ┐ cuic seoit i lobadh di ota sin amach, Laws i 212.26 Comm . i llobud do chana .i. follughadh .i. cen a comulladh .i. i laoebudh na a licce do riaglu .i. turbro cana no cairde, O'D. 75 and 77 ( H. 3.17, 64 and 66 ). i lobud do chairde .i. .i. foguil i ndlegur eineclund a cáirde, ibid. l.¤ .i. lenad no licaid no leabaid sic, ut est ardlegar doibsium na bed lob- thaig cor .i. narbat liuntaig tobaig iar fis cor, O'Dav. 1191.

lobaid

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v (a) decays, rots, putrefies; wastes away : biid im chorpu . . . arna lobat in sepulcro (gl. murra), Ml. 65c3 . ní lobfat a thaissi, Fél. Ep. 220 . ní loba a chorp i talam, Trip.² 1805. co mbrenfat ┐ co llofat, LU 8090 ( FB 6 ). ro legai ┐ ro lobai aingces cech galair, LU 9642 . nira lob a chorp, LL 2339. ro lobhsatt apaighe na n-echradh, CCath 3483 . Inis Gluair . . . ni lobann cid in feoil . . . cen sailliud inti, Todd Nenn. 192.z . fūaratar tīr nā togat, / fīr co lobat, co leaghat (of dead), ZCP vi 265 § 21 . do lobh an síol fáoi na fóduibh, Joel i 17 . toguidh sé crann nach lobhann, Is. xl 20. Of clothing, etc. cor lobsat . . . a n-étaige impu fri truma na hanbthine, LB 155a4 . nir críon ┐ ni ro lobh aon ní dia édach, FM v 1490.15 . do truailletar ┐ do lobhatar na lebair (through being in water), BCC 452.29 (§ 433) . Of water, becomes foul : an t-uisge ná corruíghionn . . . go loghann sé, Párl. na mB. 1335 . Fig. loibhfighidh ainm an drochdhuine, Prov. x 7.

(b) In legal sense, neglects to comply with; cf. lobad (c): tascrat .i. astat, ut est fer lobhas ria nadhmaim tascrat .i. laobas ria tobach no cin tobhach co fastaid[er] fiadain fair `they stay the man that defaults as to his bond', O'Dav. 1525.

lobair

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ind in phr. langa(ch) lobair, see langa and langach.

lobais

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n deceit, fraud : lobaís .i. cealg, ut est l.¤ dobhaís truagh damh ar lobhais liun, Ériu xiii 73.151 = O'C. 1370 ( H. 3.18, 626 ). Hence: lobais .i. cealg, O'Cl. `lobais craft, ingenuity, cunning', O'R. Cf. deabaidh logaissi (.i. bregi) do dhenamh ar daigh co tised in clérech dia n-etrain a pretended quarrel, Lism. L. 3093.

lobán

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ind in phr. l.¤ comarba, see lommán.

lobar

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x see lobur.

lobra

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x see lobrae.

lobrach

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adj o, ā = lobur. Eua is Adaim, / dograig, domma . . . / lobraig lonna lomnochta (after the Fall), SR 1420 . duni truag . . . / loburda, lubrach, lanmall, 2902 . do bhí a lámh lubhrach mar shneachta, Exod. iv 6 . tuc se slainti dona labhraigh, ITS xxix 171.12 .

lobrae

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Forms: lubra, luibre

n , f. (lobur) Also lubra and later luibre.

(a) weakness, infirmity, sickness : lubhra .i. easláinte. Adcota lubhra luinne .i. do gheibh an duine easlán fearg re a denamh, O'Cl. (= adcota lobar luinde, RC xlv 67 § 62 ). ba lobre dó lobre cháich `infirmity', Thes. ii 246.20 (Camb.). inae dommetu ┐ inae lobri, 24 . is ferr lium lobre quam dígallre gl. placebo mihi in infirmitatibus meis, Wb. 18a1 . inna lobri gl. imbicilli- tates, 6c23 . lobre et immomon forsin mug céin ṁbíis oc fognam, 8b1 . ind lobrae gl. egrotatio, Ml. 61a 4 . slántu du thindnaccul du neuch bís hí lobrai, b28 . i llobrai (glossed in ṅgalur), Thes. ii 318.1 ( Hy. ii ). tossach lubra lén, RC xlv 7 § 16 . ni aurdallat . . . maíne mára na lessa for lubra léim, ZCP xi 94 § 31 . sním lobrae, Fél. Prol. 223 . hi luibri galair, 155.5 . Cf. Ériu ii 222.23 . ar thrógi ┐ lobrai, LU 10649. ro toit bantigerna an caisteoil si a lubra galair, Grail 3464 . maclabra (sic leg. ?) .i. serg child's disease, O'Dav. 1108.

(b) Fig. of faith, etc.: ar lobri a hírisse, Wb. 6c20 . mani coméitis do cona lobri unless thou indulge his weakness, 6 . issi a lobrae in popuil, Ml. 45c9 . ó lubhra an phréimh- pheacaidh, TSh. 508 . an duine shaidhbhir ar a mbí lubhra na n-ainmhian, 10355 .

Note also: trí gníma rátha: fosta, féile, lobra . . . lobra hícce .i. lécud a lomartha i n-indligud dar a ḟechimain, Triads 218 (lubrai, v.l.) (`suffering(?) payment').

(c) Of a specific disease (see lobur): lubra gl. lepra, Ir. Gl. 268 . fer lubhra (healed by S. Mochuda), BNnÉ 294 § 16 . ro īc Crīst . . . / gach galar . . . / claimhi ┐ luibri . . . , ZCP v 25 § 9 . in lubra do gabail Rig Saxan, Ann. Conn. 1049.2 . ar in ngne don luibhre re ndearar morphea , 23 K 42, 337.3 . in essláinte úathmhair . . . mar atá lubhra, RSClára 104 § 4 . ar lucht lubra `leprosos', Rial. S.F. 1602 . do bhí a lobhradh arna ghlanadh, Matt. viii 3 . In phr. loit l.¤ : loit lubhra `plague', Lev. xiii 3 . gach uile shórt loite lúbhra, xiv 54 .

lobraigidir

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Forms: lobraigetar, lobraigedar, lobrugud

v (a) Intrans. is sick, becomes sick; becomes weak, languishes : lobraigetar gl. (captiuorum) egrescentium, Ml. 131c6 . lobraigedar gl. (animi) aegrescentis, 96b12 ; gl. cum egrotat, 43d21 . sechis arna lobraigedar gl. (ne . . . pene- tentiae) languescat (intensio), 71b6 .

(b) Trans. weakens, enfeebles : lobrigthir á abstanit gl. infirmatur, Wb. 6c15 . in ru lobraiged gl. sit. . . . infirmatus, Ml. 71c8 . Vn. lobrugud.

lobrán

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n [o, m.] (lobur) weakling, weak person, afflicted person: fordon-itge Brigte-bet / . . . / robbet inna lobrān leith may they be on the side of the weaklings, Thes. ii 348.5 (glossed: robet na lobrain ┐ na truaig innar leith ic ernaigthi erund). Rúanaid atberthe co sse / frisseom . . . / indiu is lobrand i mMide / Diarmait, LU 9581 (lobran, v.l., see ZCP iii 204 n.10 ). lobhrán truagh tarr-lomnocht, BNnÉ 179.1 = lobhar, 5 .