loimthenech

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x see laimthenach.

1 loing

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adj (Lat. loanword) long: l.¤ in participio breib in nomine (ref. to vowel quantity in ambītus and ambĭtus), Sg. 187b3 . As subst. length: .xxx. cubad . . . ina hairdi ┐ ina himtoccbail . . . caega cinti ina l.¤ ┐ ina lanfod, BB 241b27 (of the measure- ments of the Tabernacle) = ina l.¤ ┐ ina fot, LB 120b19 , YBL 291b18 . Cf. 3 long.

? 2 loing

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n messi ┐ Mac Con / dín bat budig brain / torsi ac mnáib aníar / l.¤ ac mnaib anair, LU 9874 (loig̅, MS.). Leg. loinne? Cf. luindi ┐ tairrsi, YBL 158a28 .

loingén

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x (2 long) see 2 lón compds.

loinges

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Forms: longas, loingse, long(a)is, loingis, longais, longes

n ā, f. (long) O.Ir. longas, g s. loingse, a d s. long(a)is. IGT Decl. § 54 . Later appar. m. § 53 , g s. loingis but this not clearly attested, though supported by a d s. ¤. longais, LU 6601 = longes, TBC² 2072 (see also LU 5489 , 6629 , 6644 = TBC² 1010 , 2090 , 2104 , and RC xviii 179.10 ); later usually -eas, -ius.

(a) fleet; ships, shipping: longas tre ḟichet long di Nordd- mannaibh, AU an. 837 . long .i. Saxanbērla .i. lang .i. fada, et inde dicitur loṅges, Corm. Y 845 . longus Locha Cuan do ghabail oc Linn hUachaill, AU an. 926 . troid longsi etir longes an tuaisceirt ┐ coblach Con[n]acht, RC xviii 179.10 (Tig.). toisc loiṅgsi `a naval expedition', AU ii 540.23 . an sál lomnán do loingis, IGT Decl. ex. 1370 . is lia do loingius dó innat srotha in betha `it has more shipping' (of a river), Marco P. 134 . i mbeagán do luingeas fhada (= longis navibus non multis), Keat. ii 1717.

(b) naval expedition, invasion by sea : tancutur luinges macc Miled, Laws i 20.31 Comm . toisig na lloṅgse dar ler, LL 1920 . tancatar dar muir morglass, / hi tri longsib . . . / Galiuin, Firbolg, Fir Domnand, MacCarthy 148.7 . for l.¤ a hEaspain co Sceithia, 290.26 . a marl.¤ Aeniass, TTebe 4036 .

(c) banishment, exile (not necessarily over sea), (téit for lo(i)ngis goes into exile): l.¤ .i. indarba, O'Dav. 1177 . luid epscop Fith leo for longis, Thes. ii 240.20 ( Ardm. 18a ). dia luid Duaid for longais re Saul, Ml. 55c1 . īarna longis `nach seiner Vertreibung', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 3 . is 'na haimsir-side tollotar na Deisse for longais, Cymmr. xix 108 n.1 . luid Eochu for l.¤ co Fergus, Ériu xvi 37 § 1 . longus Coirpri mic Foghertaigh re nDonnchad `banishment', AU an. 769 . Cuanu abbas Lugmaidh . . . do dula a tire Muman for longais, an. 818 . cia bemni for l.¤ riam, nī fil ind Ére ōclaig bus amru, TBC² 372 . longas Fergusa ó Ultaib, IT i 70.15 ( Lg. 5 ) (luingius, v.l.). mór do maith fuarais i fus / ar do loṅgais a Ḟergus, TBC 493 . tria longais ┐ carcair, PH 4200. In the titles of tales: Loinges mac n-Uisleand, YBL 109b20 . From the tale-lists: Longus nUlad, Anecd. ii 43.16 . Longes Labrada, LL 189b33 . Tocomlod loṅgsi Fergusa a hUltaib, 190b1 .

In B. na f. as quasi-vn. to drive away : loithēan do loingeas ō bhūal (.i. lacha d'indarba ó uisge), ZCP v 488 § 3.

(d) band of sea-rovers, company of banished men, invaders : cach longas tra rofitir Eithne Huathach la Herind dosreclam cosna Deisse, Cymmr. xiv 122 § 22 ( Rawl. f.73ra4 ). forbrisfet comlund scéo Fergus dánae co loingis Ulad, LU 6629 (rhet.). tricha cét rop é lín na longsi, IT i 77.3 ( Lg. 16 ). clú . . . na luingsi ut, Laws i 20.34 Comm . ar húaman a mmórlo[i]ngsi (of the Israelites), SR 4748 . do bhí ag Cathaoir don taoibh theas / slógh Laighean i na loingeas among his forces, DDána 105.30 .

In the sobriquet of Cormac son of Conchobar mac Nessa, Cond Loṅgas head of the exiled bands : Cormac Cond Loṅgas mac Conchobair, LU 4485. 5961 . Condloṅges, TBC 705. Corbmac Con Loinges, TBC St. 162 . do Chormac Con- loinges, Met. Dinds. iv 276.x . Cf. Cormac, cond na loiṅgse-se, 236.14 . Cormac ba con longas laind, ZCP viii 333.8 .

1 loingid

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Forms: longaid

v earlier longaid (1 long) banishes (over sea), drives out: loṅgais māru Muiredach `M. verjagte Gewaltige', Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 18 § 19. With suff. pron. 3 pl.: robī maccu Lifechair / Liphi, i lluiṅg loiṅgsius `er vertrieb sie zu Schiff', § 18 . loiṅgtha īarum a hÉre co mbūi i nAlbain, Fianaig. 34.5 . ro loingistar Tadg a mac uad assin crich amach, Cóir Anm. 239 . is hé rí insin loingside (= -site) siabrai, LU 8019 (see BDD² 250n .).

2 loingid

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Forms: longaid, longud

v (1 long (b) ?) also longaid.

(a) Of food, eats, con- sumes : ni longe co longe céle dé remut nó fer fas sruithiu `thou shouldst not eat', Thes. ii 258.31 . sech ni lungo ni tibiu, IT i 79.18 ( Lg. 17 ). dia haīne nī longud (leg. longu), ZCP xii 296.9 . nír' loingid (= -ed) ┐ nir' suanadh in n-aidchi sin, IT iii 194 § 30 . intí loingess, ZCP xv 261 § 4 . no co ro loinge lais nach aile until some one else eats with him, Laws i 162.1 Comm . nech loingis (= -es) ríasind trath cóir, Mon. Tall. 131.19 . ní chotlai ┐ ní loingi hi sámhae, BDD² 895. longuis Aedh . . . , ┐ cia ro loing . . . nisib digh, Ériu ii 186.6 . mad darís co céle nDé / longaid, lúasaid imma-lle, Arch. iii 215.3 . co naro loinge rena trath. PH 4186 . ro longsat na heich feóil chuirp in rig, St. Ercuil 2354 . ní loingedh do shír acht dia domhnaigh ┐ dia dardaoin nama, FM i 304.z . maircc i cli / loinges is a bocht gan ní, Ir. Texts i 23 § 12 . gid beg do loingedh 'na clí, ZCP vii 304 § 10.

? Also intrans. folld. by FOR: Mag Loing[the]a, ar is ann roloing fora biudh ┐ for a lind, Dinds. 75.

Of drink: conid isin rindsin fuaratar topor co mblas ḟína coro loṅgset and, LL 202 . longaid na madaidhe a bhfuil, TSh. 3873 (`lap', Glossary).

(b) Fig. consumes, blots out: ced doghnī serc Dé fri duiniu ? Marbhaid a tholai . . . longaid a analchae, ZCP iii 448.25 . ní longann gaoth a scéimh ná a ndeallramh (of shoes), E. O'Rahilly 102.3 = ní leanann, 1900 ed. uses (?): ma raith ro loingi a caingnim athar no senathar `a surety that was used in the affairs of . . .' , Laws v 292.2 Comm . = ro longad a caingnib, O'D. 384 ( H. 3.17, 292 ) (`a surety who spent (time) in the business of . . . (?)', Plummer MS. notes).

Vn. longud.

loingsech

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Forms: loingsig, loingsech

n (loinges) exile, banished man, wanderer; sea-rover, pirate : l.¤ gl. extorris, Ml. 133a11 . loingsig gl. exules, 54b18 . deorad loingsig refugee, ZCP xix 348.29 . mac alar du loingsiuch, O'D. 2381 ( Rawl. B 506, 46c ). do loingsechaib mara, Laws v 330.26 Comm . fuba fri loingsechaib cacha laithi, i 160.3 Comm . ar loingseachaib ┐ ar conaib alltaib, iv 140.21 Comm . riascaire .i. l.¤ insin ar imgaib a chenel ┐ a fine . . . ┐ bidh o riasc do riasc, 354.7 Comm . l.¤ fine . . . , .i. fer doberait Gaill amach in tan is beg, v 244.17 Comm . fomoraigh .i. . . . lucht bidis ag sladaigecht . . . ar fairrgi .i. loingsig na fairrgi, BB 253a30 . grianda l.¤ (of Colm Cille), ZCP viii 198 § 19 . ac díchur danar . . . ┐ loingsidh (leg. -sech ?) lánmór, Fianaig. 86.18 . l.¤ lansiblach `exile', TTebe 4532 . do chandaois [murdhúchainn] ceol do na loing- seachaibh, Keat. ii 537. Cf. ar laechdacht loingsed, BB 487b2 (leg. loingsech ?).

As epithet of Labraid Móen: sōer cathmīl cōemḟata Mōen Labraid Loṅgsech, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 17 § 2 . ni mair Labraid Loṅgsech lán, LL 7164 ( Hail Brigit 5 ). loisc L.¤ móen . . . / Cobthach cóel, Met. Dinds. ii 50.3 .

As n.pr. m. see AU Index . L.¤ Lamfoda mac Aengusa, Mac Carthy 402.14 . In epithet: hi flaith Ḟiachach Ḟír- longsig, Met. Dinds. iii 460.22 .

loingsechán

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ind see Acall.² iii 91.8 cited s.v. loisinnán.

loingseóir

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n m. (loinges) seaman, pilot : luamh .i. luamhaire, no loingseoir, O'Cl. ┐ Toirrdelbach . . . ina longseoir ag Mag C. in tan-sin `was MagC.'s sea-captain', Ann. Conn. 140 § 26. loingseóirigh agá raibh eólus na fairge, 1 Kings ix 27 .

loingseóirecht

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n ā, f. (loingseóir) sea-faring, voyage by sea : an loingseoirecht so dorinnis. Tuc Dia nert for muir duit, BNnÉ 7 § 20 . 'ar ndol 'san luing damh, doronus loingseoracht tri lá ┐ tri n-oidche, 69 § 113. átathaoi tuirsigh a ndiaigh . . . bhar loingseorachta, 55 § 58. bhur luing- séorachd, Acts xxvii 10 .

As quasi-vn. acc loingseoracht for fairrge, BNnÉ 56 § 62 . Fig. ag loingseóireacht ar mhuir mhailísigh an tsaoghail se, TSh. 3761 . ag loingseóireacht i n-oidhche na hurchóide, 738 .