? loiscir

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(cryptic) see 1 ler.

loiscnech

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adj o, ā (loscain ?) cf. loiscthech.

(a) burning, scorching, flaming : muighi loma loiscnecha, Lism. L. 3662 . corp te tirim loisgnech, Ir. Astr. Tr. 10.1 . ni l.¤ (of natural heat), Rosa Ang. 56.1 . na mna aga mbíd macloca loisgneacha, 23 K 42, 82.9 . neascóid l.¤ , Lev. xiii 23 . ní bhí soillse i dteinidh ifrinn acht gé bhíos loisgneach, TSh. 6173 . ar leacaibh loma loisgneacha lasamhla, 1978 .

(b) In medical sense, causing inflammation: atá a nem te, l.¤ (of insect-stings), O'Gr. Cat. 213.29 . go bhfuil neimh dh'áirithe loisgneach ann, TSh. 7675.

(c) Metaph. ardent, fierce. Adv. ro bhuail a sgiath go lom-loisgneach, Oss. iii 94.9 . do bhuail béim baschrann ar a sgéith go lonn loisgneach, ITS i 152.27 . Compar. loisgnighe m'fhearg, DDána 80.12 .

loiscnige

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n , f. (loiscnech): ata do deni a tened ┐ da loiscnigi the intensity of its heat, YBL 85b47 . la treathan na teinedh ┐ la loisccnighe na luathlasrach, Hugh Roe² 90.22 .

loiscreán

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n singed grain : tabair loisgren eorna di 'give it [sc. the horse] roasted barley' Celtica xvii 116 § 12 . níor thomhuis mise mo thuilleamh loisgreáin riamh lem chaipín idir mé féin ┐ mo bhanchomhursa PCT2 1058 .

loiscthe

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io, iā part. of loiscid.

(a) burnt, consumed by fire : ind huleloiscthi gl. holochausta, Ml. 60b13 . eisib no loiscdib gl. adessis, Sg. 180b1 . for na múraib . . . bréna bruth- loscthi, PH 8301 . gan a éadach do bheith loisge (sic), Prov. vi 27.

(b) Fig. aidchuimthe no loiscthe gl. cauteriatam (con- scientiam), Wb. 28c17 . ar in lar loiscth-sea withered, RC vi 186.23 (in láim loiscthi-sea, Murphy Lyrics 57 § 4 ).

loisct(h)ech

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adj o, ā (loiscid) burning, fiery, scorching; flaming : maige loma . . . is íat loiscthecha, LU 2232 ( FA 30 ). goetha luatha loisctecha, IT i 190.28 ( FA 30 , LB). srotha secdha . . . legtha loisctecha, ZCP x 413.29 . teinte londa loiscc- tec[h]a, CCath. 4260 . tene loiscdech, PH 7266 . lecca loisc- techa, PH 8110 . in t-ochtmad plág .i. lugusti . . . loisc- thecha, LB 118a marg. aithleanda loisctheacha 'na laim, TTebe 3139 . Metaph. fiery, ardent : a sloigh ┐ miledha loiscc- techa, CCath. 378.

loisdmed

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n (Engl. lodgement) lodging: go fuighedh an t-árm biadh ┐ l.¤ ann ` accommodation ', Rel. Celt. ii 180.32 .

1 loise

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Forms: loisi, loisin

n , f. Earliest form seemingly luise. loisi (in tṡáegail), IGT Decl. p. 37 § 1. m. and f. acc. to IGT but no certain instances of m. available. Also a s. and d s. loisin, Aithd. D. 37.43 . IGT Decl. ex. 1174.

(a) flame, blaze; act of blazing; radiance: sicut flamma .i. luisse, Thes. i 6.3 . fo-chen easgra . . . derg a luisi, Ériu xiii 41.11 . luis[i] .i. gne, ut est fochen escra . . . derg luisi aighthi neich uadha .i. don lind bis and, O'Dav. 1200 . luisi .i. lasadh, ut est . . . loiscter co luisi .i. a loscad . . . co loisi do cur fúi, O'Dav. 1185 . Oéngus ordnidi / . . , / or fo lanluisi, IT iii 55 § 104. fri loss i (leg. loisi ?) n-ardlócharn, Arch. iii 218 § 6 . tene [ar] ruadlossi, LL 11974 ( TBC 5383 ). li sula .i. luis sin .i. in luisiu, Auraic. 5535 . in t-aër lān da loisi radiance (of the Christ-child), Arch. iii 245 § 17. Fig. of the flame of anger: l.¤ t'fheirge, DDána 25a.32 . atá an l.¤ ar leathnachadh, Dán Dé xv 5 .

(b) Very freq. in fig. sense, splendour, brilliance, glory, fame : U. lor a loissi, Gorm. Apr. 19 . F. . . . / luise Ereann, FM ii 644.y . loisi enig ┐ ratha ar do cloind ar th'eis, Ir. Texts iii 3.19 . tug chill Lonáin fa loisin / onáir an chind chédnaisin, IGT Decl. ex. 1174 . l.¤ na ceirde (of poetry), DDána 65.8 . ridire . . . / dob fhearr l.¤ , A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 4. l.¤ tionóil Teallaigh Eachach, Magauran 3338 . ro scarsat sein . . . fó shídh, ┐ fo chaoinloisi, FM ii 1164.6 (`amity').

l.¤ an tsaoghail, l.¤ saoghalta, etc. worldly splendour, pros- perity : diombuan liom l.¤ an tsaoghail, Dán Dé iv 28 . lór leam do loisi an tsaoghuil faicsin t'fhuinn . . . , Gadelica i 11 § 5 . l.¤ nó saidhbhreas saoghalta, TSh. 9931.

(c) inflammation (med.): loissi oll na claime `the great inflammation', O'Dav. 1364.

(d) In phrases meaning blushes, flushes : l.¤ mór tainic dosum . . . rofiarfocht desium fath na loisi, Lism. L. 1043 . táinic loisi mor dia ghnúis ┐ agaid, 1074 . tainic a losi, Anecd. ii 12.18 . tanicc loisi de iarna leighed, St. Ercuil 2442 . tainic is tuc mo loissi caused me to flush, insulted me(?), Prolegomena 42 § 8 . Cf. ni labhradh cen loisi (of Brigit), Lism. L. 1694.

2 loise

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x see luise.

loisgne

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n n pl. gur clos . . . na trom-loisgne sin `those loud shouts', Oss. iii 196.25 (corresponds to tromghártha, 23 ).

loisi

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ind l.¤ .i. sionnaigh, O'Cl. ?Back-formation from loisinnán.