locar

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Forms: lacar

n o,m. (with voiceless -c-) locar, lacar (logur, v.l.), IGT Decl. p. 71. 15 (§ 17) . carpenter's plane : cuiridh locar ar a labhrann / d'focul inmall, IGT Decl. ex. 725 . deasuigh sé é lé na locraibh (of one making an idol), Is. xliv 13 (1827 ed.) (= phlánuibh, 1685 ed.) cf. `locair, plane (carpenter's), Ir. locar', MacBain.

locartha

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part. of locraid. aithne Airt ar ealadhain, / . . . / 's ar dheilbh laoidheadh l.¤ well finished, polished, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 218.12 .

locc

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n hindrance, refusal, hesitation : tuccais do . . . / a dha lan don loim cen loc, Anecd. ii 27 § 14 . nī [fh]rith loc laburtha i ndligud dō trīasa crochthá, Aisl. MC 21.17 (`he was not convicted on a point of speech'). loc suirghe, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 201.139 .

1 loccad

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[u,] and o, m. g s. -aid, PBocht 3.27 . vn. of loccaid.

(a) act of avoiding, abstaining or holding back (from), failing (to perform): refusing, rejecting: ig fechain in mogaidh ag locad in ḟedhma, Cóir Anm. 40 . ar locadh an chatha d'Osraigib `when the O. failed to give battle,' Cog. 216.23 . ar locadh catha orra, Keat. iii 4449 (`when their offer of battle had been refused', Stories from Keat. p. 102 ). rogab lethad cen locad (of a spring), Met. Dinds. iii 458.97 (: ¤chocad). da ttrían ciosa Ferna féin / do theacht . . . / go Druim Lethan gan locadh, BNnÉ 259.23 (:iodhlacadh). an t-iasocht fhuaras do nimh / . . . / do b'usa leam a locadh to refuse (to return) it, DDána 69.3 . an éagcóir leis dá locadh / do bhréagnuigh sé an seanfhocal `in rejecting sin He is refuting the proverb', PBocht 25.4 . locodh Briain is beag do chroid that B. should hold back, TD 29.8 . ag triall gan locadh tar lear `without stay', Ériu viii 192.9 . ná samhail réd lá a locadh / labhair trá do theannfhocal, Content. xxiii 4 . do fuabratar locadh annsidhe o nach tancattar sluagha cloinne Ricaird chuctha to hold back, ALC ii 128 23 . nírbo maissi leis a locad iarna gellad, Grail 318 .

l.¤ ó avoiding: cách ag locadh d'aonghuth uaid all by common consent avoiding you(?), Aithd. D. 77.26 . ni dliginn nech da feabus locadh ona molad dilus co furlethan, Fier. 15 (scur, v.l.).

(b) hindrance; a hindering, restraining : nír léiccset na déi adhartha loccadh don rí `to be baulked', CCath. 2366 . ni raibhi . . . laigheang gan locadh a luathṡiubail re lananfud mara, CF 51 . nír bhean locadh as a luing, Misc. Celt. Soc. 360.5 . sluagh L. do ling gach locadh `that overcame every obstacle', Celtica i 185 § 104 .

2 loccad ?

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pn same wd. as 1 loccad. nap, wink of sleep : nir leicced lochad na tatham no tinnabrad d'oenduine, CCath. 4358 (loccadh, v.l.). nír chodail locadh ná tinnabhrad, SG 34.9 . cidh bé choidéolus aenlocad andso choidchi, Maund. 131 . nach codlunn Iudas en-locadh ag brosdughadh mu namhad chugam-sa, Smaointe B. Chr. 3429.

loccaid

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Forms: loccad

v (locc)

I Trans.

(a) refuses, holds back or shrinks from, fails to; repulses, rejects : `locfa, coisc, forbear', Eg. Gl. 422. ro loccamur in comairli sin we rejected, Acall. 6499 . ealbha laoch le loctar siodh, ZCP ii 340.35 . i n-eiric an bhid nar locus, iv 420.23 . do fhleadh an lá locfuidhir on the day when your feast shall be refused, Dán Dé xxviii 16 . na daeine do beith ullamh dochum beith ana Cristaidib tre fhebus an dligidh co locait é tre olcus choimlitt na Cristaidhi é, Maund. 124 . da locfadais na creatuir talamanda fas if the terrestrial creatures were to fail to grow, Ir. Astr. Tr. 62.24 . do locadar tabairt an catha ┐ ro iongaibhsiot Dal cCais, Cog. 216.22 . a cleirigh nar loc an fhiongal that did not shrink from, BNnÉ 152.21 . a thrú nár loc bréag, Dánta Gr.² 19.30 . Lúisifear nar loc a aimhleas who did not refrain from, DDána 31.2 . síodh in lá do locabhuir, O'R. Poems 62 . uaill as mo laoidh- ibh locoim, Studies 1920, 263 § 11 . 'nar locais a riachdanus d'fhurtachd? MacAingil² 3281 . caraid Lúiteir locaid Cailbhin / cóir a locadh, líomtha a nimh, Hackett xlii 113 (= Keat. Poems 1301 ). bean Laoghaire . . . / ní loc aon- duine uaithe `she repulses none', A. Ó Dálaigh liii 10 . ni leir sreba acht a slechta / eala da leim co lochfa (leg. locfa?), Ir. Texts ii 67 § 34.

(b) restrains: níor loc mé mian mo theangadh / a srian lé do léigeamar, DDána 88.6 .

II Intrans. refuses, abstains, desists: docheduigh drong dhibh sin ┐ do loc an chuid ele, BLism. 100 ra31 . adubairt Mac Donnchada nach locfad noco tuted, Ann. Conn. 1409.7 . do b'é rún Ríogh na n-uile / . . . / bheith léi-se ar lot na habhla / 's do loc dh'éise a hagallmha, DDána 5.25 .

l.¤ for (i) hinders, balks : na loccadh ┐ na forlaighed foraibsi . . . in tsocraiti diairmidhe ut, CCath. 5076. (ii) fails, disappoints : an chrobhaing chúirtéiseach / ar mhaithibh Scot nár loc i bponnc éigin, Ó Bruad. ii 280.6 . l.¤ ó avoids, shirks: óir ar mhaithios an domhain ní locfuin-si ón ccomh- rách, CF Eg. 179.

Vn. loccad.

locda

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adj io, iā (1 locht?) faulty, defective(?): dilochtaigthe .i. ni etar a loctugud .i. l.¤ no adbolloctaigthe, Thes. ii 351.33 ( Hy. vi Comm .).

locdacht

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n [ā, f.](loc) position, locality : no fortairctha spirut in comdedh forna huiscib. Ni l.¤ tra raiter sund don spirut naem acht dearrscaithi ┐ miadhamlacht De seach a duilib, BB 15a43 .

locdatu

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n [t, m.] (loc, a calque from Lat. locālitas, Ériu xxxv 141 ) location, locality : ní l.¤ inchosig acht is illic, in du-sin gl. non locum intellege, Ml. 137d5 . cesu l.¤ as aicned and .i. tar crích innunn `though locality is its natural meaning' (of Lat. cis), Sg. 217b12 . l.¤ indib huilib gl. quae etiam localem possident significationem (of prepp. ab, ex), 216b4 .

locḟiach

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n talking raven(?): locfiach .i. comsuiged nó comsuidigud ō laitin (loquax) ┐ ō gaidilg .i. fiach labar, O'Mulc. 790 (? popular etymology. Perhaps some particular species of raven). But cf. grau-berla .i. berla fiachda `raven-speech', KZ xxxiii 82.12 , 85 gl. 18 .

1 loch

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Forms: lach, locho, loch, locha, loch, locha, -locha, loch, Lake, inlet, sea, pool

n u, n. Later m. The form lach not uncommon but inadmissible in bardic poetry: lach lochtach, IGT Decl. p. 81 § 29 (but: lacha ┐ luathaibne, ZCP viii 211 § 59 . ar lachaib Éirne, Ériu iv 100.2 . lacha ┐ aibne, PH 4285 ). n s. Loch nEchach, BDD² 1466 . Loch nOrbsen, ibid. g s. locho, Thes. ii 271.8 (Ardm.). Locha, Fél. Feb. 7. n du. dá loch , BDD² 828. g du. dá locha , Fél. Prol. 196 . da loch , Thes. ii 332.1 ( Hy. v 1 ). n pl. locha, Airne F. 162. a pl. -locha, LU 7933. g pl. loch, Met. Dinds. iii 168.1 .

Lake; inlet of the sea; pool: l.¤ gl. stagnum, Ir. Gl. 781. co mbíth l.¤ foraib ar meit inna tepairsen, Ml. 129d15 . Glenn dálach dá locha, Fél. Prol. 196 . ete ┐ fianlaighi iar L.¤ Echoch, AU 818 . is crann fo l.¤ (proverbial phrase used of someth. impossible), O'C. 2458 ( Eg. 88, 37b ). do(t)luidsium iarom co mbui forsan l.¤ `on the surface of the loch', Ériu xvi 39 § 8. dá l.¤ im ṡlíab, BDD² 828 . co cúala cumgabáil in locha i n-airddi, LU 9098 ( FB 85 ). usce do l.¤ (of a superfluous undertaking), LU 274 . dublocha ┐ dubaibne (in Hell), 2213 . co n-accatar in lungine crédume forsind l.¤ , 3357 ( SC 15 ). co traigtis locha is aibni fria dan duilig diainmi, YBL 179b16 . indsi ás (= ós) lochaib, TBC 5043 . a l.¤ teineadh . . . .i. a pein t-suthain ifrinn, ITS xxix 188.6 . san l.¤ íochtarach (in lacu inferiori), TSh. 4150 . l.¤ da ngoirther a nEabhra Bethesda, John v 2 . By extension of the sea: is ionann Lochlonnach ré rádh is duine láidir ar fairrge; óir is ionann lonn is láidir ┐ is ionann l.¤ is fairrge, Keat. iii 2462.

In loch ochsal the armpit and loch bléine (blén) the groin (? recte loc, see 1 loc), hollow : locha ochsal gl. reniculos, Gild. Lor. 216 . a cur amal ceirin fo shliasuid deis na mna, a ngoire da l.¤ bhleine, 23 K 42, 363.1 . da mbeid na nescoidi isna lochaib blen, Rosa Ang. 200.12 .

Compds. With noun: ¤aile fence or dyke made to confine a lake : l., Laws v 270.15 , .i. donither isin loch .i. trascrus loch in geimhridh, 25 . galam .i. gal do eim [.i.] in l., O'D. 2263 ( Rawl. B 506, 22a ). in lochaili lod .i. inní luas in sruth- aili uad, O'D. 1569 ( H. 5.15, 4 ). ¤lind brimming pool(?): án sin, a lachu línech, / lochlind (sic leg.?) lethas fot bruinnib, RC xxii 400.2 . carois il-lochlinnip (of an ascetic practice of Cainnech), Arch. iii 220 § 3 . ¤mag marshland: reisg ┐ lochmhoighe, ZCP x 293.31 . ¤maidm bursting forth of a lake : loch-mhaidhm millte machaire, Content. xxx 28 . ceithre loch-mhadhmanna i n-Éirinn i n-aimsir Neimheadh, Keat. i 176.1 . ¤muir the sea : ro báided C. . . . / forin l. lindamnas, LL 1345 . iúl ag sduaigh leamhna ar lochmhuir, RC xlix 173 § 33 . ¤ṡroth: sligti uisccemla in tire ┐ locsrota E. wide or brimming streams(?), CCath. 4892 . ¤thipra brimming well : i linntibh, no i loch-thiprataibh lán-doimnibh, MR 102.4 . ¤thopar = prec.: conḟacaig in lochtobur cáin alaind ar lár in dithruib, RC vi 175.2 . lochtobur legis, Ériu viii 30.16 . Fig. of Blessed Virgin: l. lán, PBocht 2.32 . ¤tho- maidm bursting forth of a lake : lochthomhadhmann .i. maidhm no briseadh loch as talmhain, O'Cl.

With adj. ¤domain deep as a lake : hic lochaib lochdoimnib lindglanib, Bodl. Dinds. 14 . ¤mall: tar an sál lachmhall lodur, / go clár Rachlann rángadur, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 159.167 .

Common in nn. loc. See Hog. Onom.