locrad

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Forms: locradh, logradh

o,m. vn. of locraid. locradh logradh, IGT Decl. p. 55.16 . Verbs § 82.9 . act of planing, levelling(?): cliath ag locradh na learg túir / úir dearg ag dortadh 'na diaidh, IGT Verbs ex. 790 . ar an trágh ag locradh long, Magauran 2068 .

locraid

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Forms: locrad

v (locar) IGT Verbs § 82 . Only with laíd, fashions or polishes a poem : midhraim h'áeradh . . . / tigim tar ais lograim laoid / don aoir thograim dod bhais bháin, IGT Verbs ex. 791 . mur logruim laoidhe, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 229.83 . Vn. locrad.

locrugud

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u, m. vn. formation from locar. lit. act of smoothing down : ba himda . . . midach gan míniugad ┐ leaccanach . . . gan locrugad `untamed', MR 224.20 . misi laoch do loc- raighthe `hard to vanquish' (i.e. dolochraighthe, but metre calls for trisyllable) I am the warrior who will tame thee, Celt. Rev. iv 20.9 (do lochraighi, v.l.).

locuiste

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Forms: lócuistigh

n (Lat. locusta). In Bedell with long -ó- in first syll. Usually pl. locusts: atát and . . . locuste (. . . etti iarnaidi leo), Ériu ii 194 § 4 . in t-ochtmad plaig lugusti lanimdai, LB 118a marg. na hanmide aidgill re naburtar locusta, Celtica ii 72.97 . locusda re n-abarthar longga hasta isin gramataigh . . . .i. gáithi fada caela, BLism. 118vb8 . locuste ┐ mil fhiáain, Matth. iii 4. ni bhí rígh ag na lócuistibh, Prov. xxx 27. lócuistigh, Exod. x 13. As sg.: an lócuiste do réir a chinéil, ┐ an lócuiste ceanann, Lev. xi 22.

1 lod

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n acc. to Laws Comm. one of the three perishable fences: na himeda urcradacha . . . .i. garad ┐ galam ┐ log . . . lod .i. inní luas in sruth-aili uad, O'D. 1569 ( H. 5.15, 4b ). loth .i. inní luaiter ann, in sruth-aile, O'D. 2263 ( Rawl. B 506, 22a ).

2 lod

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x see téit.

lód

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n o,m. (Engl. loanword) stores, freight, load, burden : a l.¤ uile d'fagbhail annsin `stores', AU iii 622.21 . moran loid (sic leg.) ┐ d'edail Gall, 632.1 . for deireadh an tslua[i]gh hi ccommasg an lóitt, FM iv 934.7 . trom l.¤ . . . na locht, TSh. 7747 . muna dtagair gan stad is seasamh d'imridhe an lóid (to the Blessed Virgin), Hackett xxiv 10 . i gcosán lóid, Ó Bruad. ii 278.16 .

Compd. ¤longach having freighted ships : an prionnsa l., Ó Bruad. iii 86.4 .

lódaigthe

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n (lód) laden, burdened : go ndéin láib na drúise duine lóduighthe leasg, TSh. 10436.

lódairecht

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n (lód): an lá nach luighfeas chum loinge re lódair- eacht ` lading ', Ó Bruad. i 182.9 .

lodan

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x see logan.

lodán

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n [o, m.] little pool, puddle : lodan samhraidh, Tromd. Guaire 150 (lodán, lochán, v.ll.) `= lochán', Gl. do saltraidhis isin lodan neimidh no otraigh, BFerm. 64b3 . Cf. i lloc nemid no otraigh, Laud 610, 22b (Plummer MS. notes).