1 lóch

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Forms: lóch, lochán

n m. lóch (an arbha), IGT Decl. § 95 . chaff: `lóch chaff. Dim. lochán. gan ann acht loch no luaithreadh', P. O'C. cróch do-chúaidh na chamóguibh / mar l.¤ úaibh tré ḟuinneó- guibh, IGT Decl. ex. 1708 . cáithleach, nó l.¤, nó neithe éadtarbhacha oile, TSh. 10080 . an fuadach gaoithe / lena dtógthar an l.¤ ón aoltuinn, O'Gr. Cat. 593.25 (`by which the foamflake is lifted from the lime-white wave'), but perh. by which the chaff is lifted from the limestone surface?

2 lóch

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adj bright: lūache didiu .i. solus hí, ar dicitur l.¤ .i. solus, ┐ loch dorcha, BColm. 10.4 . `loch .i. solas no soilse, light, splendour', P. O'C. Adv. osluic lat loch indlith rudurtha .i. oslaic lat co solus in ní ro innledh uait a re rudartha, O'C. 444 ( H. 3.18, 238b ).

Compds. With noun. ? mac l.¤ deórad .i. solus deorad, O'C. 994 ( H. 4.22, 27 ). With adj. ¤líath bright-grey: suile . . . lochliatha . . . lasamna, ZCP i 127.27 (`seegraue Augen'). Cf. 2 loch. ¤the see Fél. Prol. 40 cited s.v. te.

? 3 lóch

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ind lóch (dhuit), IGT Decl. § 64 . do-berar dúal cáomh don chróch / ar l.¤ na gcráobh rúadh don ḟráoch, ex. 1487 .

4 lóch

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x see lóg.

lochach

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adj o, ā (1 loch) epithet of a river: snám na Loingse lochaige, SG 110.24 (`loch-forming') = lochaidhi, Acall. 738 (`brightish').

lochad

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vn. formation from 1 luch. in luchgabail a l.¤ `catching mice when mousing', Laws iii 296.8 Comm . meracht a l.¤ `excitement in mousing', 9 Comm .

lochaid

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x see 1 luch.

lóchair

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x see lúachair.

lochairthe

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Forms: lochardha

part. of lochraid. wretched, stripped, bare : `lochardha withered, decayed, bare, naked, bloomless', P. O'C. lingidh . . . amal robai, cona armaib, a sruth Tibir, ┐ rochuaid ┐ se lochairte lethbaiti `torn', Aen. 2335 . coma lochairthi lanmarb dá eis arna fudbogud, TTebe 1098 . am peacthach thruaillighthe tharcuisneach lochartha, Desid. 5778 (`destitute, poverty-stricken, wretched', Gl.). go lom lochardha . . . fá tharcuisne, TSh. 894 (`stripped, bare', Gl.). in' oll-phiast lothardha úrghránna, Trompa na bhF. 498 .

lócháith

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n (1 ló + cáith) chaff: go luidhfid na Sethra tinne . . . ar ṡacaibh lán do l.¤ , RSClára p. 106 § 7 . ar na leabthuibh lóchátha sin, ibid.

lochall

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n name of a plant , found mainly in glossaries: l.¤ , 23 K 42, 407.1 . Pulleghium Planta Christi .i. bogha .m. .i. lochull, Arch. i 333 § 26 (pulegium = pennyroyal). `lochal mothair brooklime', O'R. See Hog. Luibhl.