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 .

loingsigid

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v (loinges)

(a) exiles, banishes : Liamhain ós lir loingsighfidh, BR 202.10 = Laigni os ler loingsife, LL 386b36 . ro loingsiged ind namha do nimh .i. Diabol, Ériu ii 140 § 140 . ro loingsigedh Adam ┐ Eua a Pardus, 116 § 51 .

(b) goes into exile : anocht . . . ro loingsighsedar a Herinn arna tofund don Morrigain, Anecd. ii 6.18 (= ro sraíntea, Airne F. 193 ). moalle longsigset Osairgi ┐ Corco Laigdi, Cymmr. xiv 132.16 .

? bati longbaird loingsigther, LU 8902 (rhet.) ( FB 68 ).

loingthe

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part. of 2 loingid ?: as e lin do bhi luingthi lancen- gailti aici v .c. fer n-armach `fed(?) by her', Caithr. CC 3.5 (of hired soldiers).

loingthech

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adj o, ā (2 loingid) gluttonous: ni hed not beir i nem cia ba l.¤ gl. non est regnum Dei in esca et potu, Wb. 6c9 . In comic epithet: Becnat Bēlathi ingen Meic Bāetáin Brass- longthig, Aisl. MC 77.9 .

loinid

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n i, [m.] churn-dash: damna loinida .i. crosan in asa `materials for a churn-dash', Laws v 482 y ; 484.20 Comm . seised loineda `one-sixth of the produce of the churn', ii 366.1 . direnar bé luirge lándire bé loisde luineatha alaile `a distaff woman is entitled to full compensation-fine ; she of the kneading- trough and churnstick, to the same assessment', O'Gr. Cat. 145.19 . cairche in aéil .i. cairche in loinedha, O'Dav. 983. tuargabtha ar n-aela, ni tarlaicthi ár lonide, Hib. Min. 66.12 . As mock name: Lonidh mac Lamthoca, Anecd. ii 55.20 . Cf. `lunn (Sc. Gael.) `the handle of an oar', KMMisc. 293.24 .

loinne

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x see luinne.

loinner

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x see lainner, -da.

loinnid

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v (lonn) angers: pret. pass. impers. do loinneadh ┐ do luath-fheargadh fá Bhuinne `flamed up', ITS i 188.29 (lonnadh (om. fá), londaigheadh uime, v.ll.).

lóin(n)id

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v i (lón) provides, makes provision : go lóinnedh sí (sc. an bhanab) go cubhuidh coitchionn dona Sethrachuibh, RSClára p. 78.20 .

loinniuc

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x see luinniuc.