lógacht

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ind (cf. lóg): na huile daine reisa foglaither tre comraiti . . . is loghacht a tinchisin doib goruigi a tech `are to get their attendance fee [sent] to them to their house', Ériu xii 89.z (BCrólige).

logad

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Forms: loghadh, laghadh

u, later o, m. vn. of logaid. loghadh laghadh (ón einech), IGT Decl. § 11 (54.15) . Verbs § 80 .

(a) act of conceding; concession, permission; remission, relaxation (of a rule): cach foxal cen logud anything taken away without the permission (of the owner), Stud. in E. Ir. Law 54 § 26 (= Laws ii 388.18 ). as-renar aithgein cach diubairt co logud (i.e. every fraud must be compensated for by an equivalent payment unless (or until) the owner remits the compensation), Stud. in E. Ir. Law 38 § 17 ( Laws ii 374.20 ). Of tribute paid (conceded) to the `flaith' by a `céile' but not legally due: is aire na dliginn a comorba ní on ceili ar meit in lóigthi dorighne in ceili risin flaith, Laws ii 268.2 . imscarad imtoga co n-airitiu ┐ logud mit Annahme (vom Genossen) und Erlass (vom Herrn) (on the agreed separation of `flaith' and `céile'), ZCP xiv 384 § 49 ( Laws ii 312.23 ). consuiter aicned for logud is based upon concession(?), Laws v 8.4 . ni aurchoil som in figill . . . do logud `to be relaxed', Mon. Tall. 145.16 . Dauid / . . . ruc cen loga [? leg. logad] leis, / cliadeb Gola without per- mission, SR 6199.

(b) surrender, handing over(?): logud Conaire ó chúic maccuib Duind Désa, BDD² 1189 (`remission(?)') (`annihila- tion', Stokes). loghadh . . . .i. tidlacadh, O'C. 2074 ( H. 4.22, 67b ), citing this passage. So also: long .i. tidhlac, Ériu xiii 73.154 (long < log̅?).

(c) forgiveness, pardon; remission (of punishment); quarter: l.¤ da anmain .i. aithrigi do lecun dó ┐ cen l.¤ día churp .i. bás d'immirt fair, LU 9784 - 5 . nít fia luag na logud quarter, LL 10436 ( TBC 3459 ). desin rolád cen l.¤ / in cath `without quarter' (Corr.), Met. Dinds. iii 546.97 . co tabuir logud don duine o dorigne pecad, Laws i 10.7 Comm . atcotand . . . l.¤ ┐ dilgud o Dia, PH 4949 . locchad mo peccadh, BNnÉ 229 § 135 . is aimser loghtha anosa .i. aimser techta do chorp Crist, 84 § 170. logadh na céd ndobés dam, IGT Verbs ex. 560 = Dán Dé xxv 37 . ar n-ortha loghaidhne i ló na hionnráithne `a charm to command indulgence for us,' Aithd. D. 72.10 .

(d) As eccles. term indulgence; remission of punishment due for sin: gach aen gebhus Paiter . . . se fichit la loghaidh aigi, AU ii 406.20 . Corbmacc lenn im logaid (? leg. -ad), Gorm. Dec. 14 . créd é an loghadh mór iubilaeus ó ngoirthear bliadhuin an loghuidh? Mac Aingil² 6505 . loghadh iomlán a poena et culpa, RSClára p. 140.12 . ar loghthaibh ┐ ar ghrásaibh spioradálta, Rial. S.F. 769 .

(e) In follg. exx. from Met. Dinds. taken by Gwynn as meaning ` decay, oblivion ': scél ná lacaid l.¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 216.78 . nír dáig luaige co logud `a reward that should decay(?)', ii 58.3 . fúair ingen Cherbaill . . . / ainm an lissi cen lagad `unfading', iii 62.115 . díth lúath Léna cen logud, ii 192.7 .

(f) act of obtaining, acquiring: acquisition : du ét .i. du logud, Ml. 118a16 (gl. petrandum). in logud étite `the desire obtained', 118d11 (gl. inpetratio). loichtho, 62a19 (gl. inpetrandi). co r-ícthar mo barae / la logud mo guide, Fél. Ep. 370 (.i. co tardad Dia dó aní ro guid, Fél.² p. ccviii ),

1 logaid

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v IGT Verbs § 80.

(a) concedes, remits : in ni logus neach uad . . . o belaib concedes by word of mouth, Laws v 8.9 Comm . icair aithgin i cach diubairt co ro loigter (gl. asrenar aithgein cach diubairt co logud), ii 374.26 Comm .

(b) forgives (folld. by DO of person and somet. of act forgiven, but latter is usually expressed by direct obj.): nó loghfadh dano cech ní díb sin día tuctha dó Isióna a síur a dóiri (that) he would forgive, TTr.² 243 . logadh dontí da loghann, Anecd. ii 22 § 8 . logthar dona huli throgaib . . . cech sechmall, LB 187a9 . is tria áine ro-logtha a pecda do lucht N., PH 8409 . logh ar ndiúmus dúin, IGT Decl. ex. 734 . ní laghaim dom lucht fáirte / a bhfaghaim d'ulc m'easláinte `I pardon not to my friends the pain I suffer in my sickness', Dán Dé xiii 2 . logh damh, a laechmilid, do techt le techtairecht cugum `forgive me that I have allowed thee to come . . .', ZCP vi 47.17 . lagh ó nach comolc ar ciall / a glan ḟíal a[r] (sic leg ?) ndobart dún, IGT Verbs ex. 716. Without expression of direct obj.: gontar nech dia muintir ara bélaib. mád día loga bemitni fora breith, LU 9753 . cip e . . . na logfa o cride . . . don chomnesom, PH 7958. Cf. logh a Dhé dá ndéanaim-ne, Dán Dé xxviii 32 . muna loghtha Dia dá dhíoth / ní bhia síoth a chrochtha ag cách `if God's loss be not overlooked by Him', xxvi 12 .

(c) In O. Ir. glosses, obtains, acquires : ro-nd-logad gl. obtinere, Ml. 24c23 . co nu logad .i. co adcotad, 39c5 (gl. ut . . . inpetraret). no loichfed gl. credidit im petrandum, 127a6 .

2 logaid

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x see lobaid.

lógairecht

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n (-á-?) ` funeral cry ' ( Mann. and Cust. iii 384 ): amrath . . . rath iar n-ecaib doberair o muinntir intí dia ṅdéntar l.¤ furri, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 2. Stokes, Corm. Tr. p. 5 n . would read lógmairecht. Cf. lógóireacht `crying aloud', O'Don. Suppl.

logais

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x see lobais.

logan

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n o (B. na f.) mountain(?): ēirgedh gerg a gurt loghain (.i. sleibhe), ZCP xii 361 § 6 (: conuibh) = atracht gercc a gurt lodain, Arch. iii 310 § 6 (.i. slíabh).

logda ?

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ind rochan fuirre ind agda / tria luinde cen l.¤ `unabating', Met. Dinds. iv 200.58 (: mbrogda). l.¤ .i. lagsaine `slackness', O'Cl.

lógmaire

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n , f. (lógmar) precious ornamentation, richness : ro derscaigestar a tech so . . . eter lígrad ┐ l.¤ , LU 8048 ( FB 1 ). a logmaire . . . a haille [na cathrach sin], LU 2481 . éidedh fa lor loghmaire, BCC 398.28 . do lóghmhaire ┐ do friothghnamh a n-aibidedh, RSClára 126 § 14 .

lógmairecht

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n [ā, f.] = lógmaire. gl. presiositas, Thr. Ir. Gl. lxii 13 . loghmhaireacht bídh ┐ dighe, O'Hussey TC 171.6 .

lógmar

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Forms: lúachmar

adj o, ā (lóg) later lúachmar. precious, valuable; rich, beautiful : tre chenéle martre ata lógmára (logmara, MS.) le Dea, Thes. ii 247.22 (Cambr.). edbart logmar, Ml. 87b9 . isnaib nephanmandaib suaccobraib no logmaraib (gl. in pretiosa . . . inanimata), 130a3 . blath na lubi . . . logmar, LU 10641 (TE). dochótar i mmartra lógmair, PH 1103. ro-chansat . . . cantaicc logmair do, 2156 . na dána logmara- sa .i. . . . deig-briathra ┐ deig-gním, 7116 . a n-aimsir cindti a throcaire luachmhoire, ITS xxix 172.26 . delradh . . . rologhmar ina agaidh, BCC 404.2 . an toradh mór, loghmhar, éuccoimsigh, glórmhar, RSClára p. 126 § 15 . Corp lóghmhar ar tTigherna, p. 78.z . Of food or drink, rich: ro caithset biad ┐ fín l.¤ , PH 846 . fleadha ┐ féasdoighe lóghmhara, Desid. 6645. Of people, estimable: dáine . . . / d'feruibh lóghmhura in léghinn `distinguished', Ériu iv 118 § 34.

lia l.¤ jewel, precious stone : blog dond liic lógmair / . . . Sínech ingen Ḟergnae, Fél Oct. 5 . ba cain lie l.¤ / Ródan lócharn Lothrai, Apr. 15 . fuursundadh cacha hairdi furri di líc logmair, Ériu xii 174 § 2 (TE2). gem .i. a gemma, ōnd lic lōgmair, Corm. Y 677 . Cú Chonnacht . . . / éinlíog lógmhar Leithe Cuinn, TD 9.51 . ná cuiridh bhar liaga lóghmhara i bhfiadhnaise na muc, TSh. 9455.

Superl. . . . atāit teora brīathra ata lōgmaire for nim, ZCP vii 312 § 25.

Adv. go bfuighedh bás . . . / . . . go loghmar meritoriously, BNnÉ 258 § 262 .