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 .

lógmarda

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adj [io, iā] = lógmar: brat logmarda, RC xxiv 200.3 .

lograd, lograid

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x see locr-.

logthanach

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adj o, ā (logad): ba l.¤ sét, ba hanaccarthach imgona he was generous, TFerbe 310 .

? loi

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ind cen l.¤ locht, LL 18366. ? 1 ló.

? lói

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ind is lói atchúas a scél `joyfully(?) has the news been told', RC xiii 444 § 21. ? Read as-lói . . . he whose story has been told departs.

loibríne

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n [io, m.] (lobur) weak little ones(?): do thogusa do loibhrinesi (= -ini-si) / do thuitset for lic, Ir. Texts iv 92.19 .

loica

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n logic: l.¤ = loghica, O'Gr. Cat. 239.32 ; cf. loigic.

loiche

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n (2 loch) blackness, darkness : mucogham inso . . . cetoth find cetoth leithe cetoth . . . loichi, BB 310b8 . Cf. Auraic. 5939 ff. ? l.¤ na rir mo craide / ar ndul dom loirg le scal, LB 247b marg. inf. `loiche blackness, darkness', P. O'C.

1 lóichet

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ind is iarna longis Lōchet Longsech fīar flaith Gōidel gabsus, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 3 (`nach seine Vertreibung nach Loche'). lochet .i. ferand, LL 311a17 . loichit, 377a30 .

2 lóichet

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Forms: lúaich-, lóchat, lúach-, luachait

n Also lúaich-, lóchat, lúach-. nt, n., Thurn. Gramm. § 325 . Later o, m. g s. luachait, Ériu ii 138 § 124.

(a) (flash of) lightning, gleam or ray of light: atomriug indiu . . . / déne lóchet, Thes. ii 355.27 (Patrick's Hy., glossed .i. lassrach). is brígach a llóchet `their lustre', Fél. Jan. 26 (.i. is saignen no is sutrall). lúaichet fer ngablach fíangalach, BDD² 305 (`flashing of . . .' n. ). for-osnai líth lúaichet, 1040 (`a light that illumines a feast(?)', Glossary s.v. líth). ilar na ndubdlúm ┐ na ndublúachat, LU 2422. ticfat luaichthi lasracha / ticfat toirne, SR 8037 . lochait [la] bl[o]edmand crand, RC xxvi 46.1 . lochait immdai tenntide ┐ torann, Ériu ii 196 § 10 . dracoin . . . dogluasset cichnaig inna torand ┐ doinfidet luachtiu di lessaibh sell, 110 § 29.

(b) Some kind of lamp or torch: lóchet (marked on the plan of the Tech Midchúarda), LL 3664 (distinguished from lassar, 3644 ). loichet .i. cainnell no sutrall no lasair, O'Dav. 1170 . loichead .i. saighnén nó lasair, no séd solasda .i. slighe solasda, O'Cl. loichead .i. cainneall, no lochrann, ibid.

(c) Fig. of a distinguished person or place: lóchet epscoip (epscop, v.l.) Ibair, Fél. Apr. 23 . loichet laindrech (of St. Caecilia), Nov. 22. l.¤ laindrech lígach (of Ferns). Prol. 197 (.i. locharn, Fél.² xxv 14 ). Cf. lóichett a chloth, Ériu xiii 41.11 . ? mesa lochet lethcheard . . . .i. meisemnaigther . . . so co solus [dó], O'D. 1220 ( H. 2.15, 86a ).

Cf. gaim-lóchet s.v. gaim, SCano 281n. ; Éigse xi 79 and luchait.