lomlán

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lomm

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Forms: lomgipanach

adj o, ā

I

(a) bare, naked; smooth; exact : glan no l.¤ gl. nudum (granum), Wb. 13c22 (cf. 1 Cor. xv 37 ). gran . . . ┐ he lom .i. cin colg, Laws iv 94.17 Comm . foaid for leicc luim, Thes. ii 315.6 ( Hy. ii 31 ). maige loma, LU 2232 ( FA 30 ). im snimaire .i. olla, no in fertais loim, Laws i 152.11 Comm . tēit do buain luachra luimmi, Fing. R. 743 . fogeltat . . . fér co húir ┐ connici na lecga lomma, LL 8011 ( TBC 551 ). for úir luimm, Lat. Lives 63.4 . co cloideb l.¤ i n-a láim, PH 2151 . caillech lom . . . in Morrigu, MR 198.2 . teach lom an empty house, DDána 46.37 . béarrtha, nó lom, 1 Cor. xi 6 . lomáin loma . . . gan chroiceann gan díon gan duille, TSh. 3307 . guala lom is com ba chaoimhe smooth(?), Keat. Poems 886 . duine lom a destitute man (opp. to fer suime), Cín Lae Ó Meall. 20.23 . ? atbert gur raibe in coltur lum ina teigh `that the coulter was ready in his wallet', RC xii 346.11 . Compar. an bhruidhean nach cuirre cnoc / do tuigheadh nach luime leac, DDána 119.32 . creach nar luime creach Codhlaigh `as great as that of C.', Aithd. D. 37.46 . Adv. entirely, exactly: ataneplai lomm luaith, H. 3.18, 744. 10 (cf. Sc. M 3.19 ). do aithin . . . / a shenchus go léir 's go lom, BNnÉ 252.5 . ionchuir dá leanta go lom / eachtra Criomhthuinn 'na chonghlonn `closely', Aithd. D. 36.21 . mainister Shligigh do loscadh . . . co lom, AU iii 66.z . go léir lóm, Rel. Celt. ii 236.31 .

(b) Of cloth, threadbare: i mbrataib loma, O'Gr. Cat. 482.13. Cf. is l.¤ in membrum . . . hísiu worn thin, ZCP viii 175.20 .

(c) Of a judge or judgement, exact, strict; mac Dé 'n-a breitheamh léir lom. Aithd. D. 78.39 . breath lom / a los fhírpheacadh, A. Ó Dálaigh xix 9.

(d) Of a liquid, pure, unadulterated(?): do minsruth lom lemnochta (sic leg.?) BCC 386.13 .

(e) Of sounds, clear(?): cluintear fuaim na dtonn fa Thromhra / as lom labhra, DDána 111.39 . fáidhe fada fírtruaga ┐ éigme loma loiscnecha, Caithr. Thoirdh. 9.3 .

(f) Of consonants. unlenited: tinne lom as cóir ann, mur so: at ucht, no at édan, IGT Introd. 9.2 . ad cheann: .d. lom sin, 9.5 . Of the initial of nouns inflected for plural after certain numerals, 8.24 . muin lom (rhyming with lenited n after long vowel), 6.1 .

II As subst.

(a) In various meanings corresponding to those of the adjective: lom bhaise the flat of his hand(?), Oss. iii 288.22 . lom cnamha (ossis nudatio), 23 K 42, 107.1 . butaisidh ar lom air (i.e. without socks), Cín Lae Ó Meall. 30.22 . ag fulang luim is leattruim `poverty', Ir. Review 1913, 623 § 8 . In spiritual sense: sgaoil uainn mo ralam go réidh shortcomings, DDána 51.8 (: anam). Of clothes, threadbareness, a threadbare garment : in edugha[d] . . . etir a lom ┐ i ( = a) nua, Laws ii 146.8 Comm . an lom uile, a fhalluing donn. / do sgaoil ó chéile ar gcumann `it is complete bareness that has sundered our friendship', Ir. Review 1912, 378 § 7 . méraid a l.¤ fria nua `the thread-bare shall last as well as the new cloth', Met. Dinds. iv 332.24 . exact meaning(?); exactitude: in tan na fuidbiter a cosmailius hi, is a breth a lom aignid (sic leg.?) from the plain meaning of the natural law(?), Laws v 8.z Comm . (but perh. compd.). go roinneann Dia lom ceirt ris an druing n-ainiochtaigh `mere justice', TSh. 4950 . lom na firinne the naked truth, Luc. Fid.² 3156 .

(b) opening for attack(?) (see Dinneen): do bheir lom ar chách gidh eadh / ní nár dhéanta do dhéanamh `to do a wrong thing leaves one open to attack ', Content. vi 191 . cluiche teaca a lom ma le / sdailc i ndiaidh dhá bheann beire (of some game), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 131.33 .

As n.pr. m. or pseudonym: Lom Laine, LL 18175 , 18191 , 18171 .

Compds. (freq. with merely intensive force).

(i) With noun. ¤arc ? : lomarc ardacaraid, IT iii 90 § 123 . ¤bréc: ag cur loimbhreige oruinn entirely misrepresenting us, Luc. Fid.² 3193 . ¤ches: fóir, a fhlaith, loimcheas na scol the great affliction, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 122.75 . ¤chrann: eire cuinge sesrige / in cech lomchrund díb, LU 9063 ( FB 81 ) (ref. to lommánaib darach, LU 9062 ). ¤derc (1 derc): for ligib laech os lomdeirc, LL 192b49 . ¤éithech: ar luighi ┐ ar loimeithech `by open perjury', Caithr. CC 34.5 (§ 58) . ¤ḟéith (1 féith): cian ó chaillis do mhéithe / do leaghadh dom lomfhéithe, Hackett lvi 22 . ¤laithe: fiche is cuig lomlaithi lind / a com[fh]laithi os Erinn, MacCarthy 430.15 . ¤gabal: bert fleda for lomgabail (derogatory descr. of a person), Bruchst. i § 80 . ¤gall naked foreigner(?): berla in lomghaill, IT iii 100 § 172 . ¤lerg smooth slope(?): flaith Mide na l., LL 185a1 . ¤othrus serious illness: re linn a lomothrais, Caithr. Thoirdh. 8.11 . ¤scíath smooth shield : i leathan an loimscéth, TBC St. 3243. Cf. loindsgéth, 3261 . ¤ṡerc great love : mer im mond (mod, modh, v.ll.) a l. réil, LL 17158 . ¤thalam: ar lár nó ar lom-thalamh, TSh. 2269 . ¤thí: ar ti treasa do thennad . . . ar l. a lama . . . do lan-dergad `ready', MR 224.26 . ¤thrú doomed: ni ma-taet fort beolu . . . at l., RC xiii 440 § 12 ( LL 288b44 ). da mairedh Onchú an Essa / do bud lomthrú an loinges[-s]a, Ir. Texts ii 11 § 10. In pejorative sense: an lom-trú con millte `a wretch of a ravening wolf', BNnÉ 151.23 .

(ii) With adj. (somet. forming dvandva compd. e.g. lommcháel, somet. with intensive force, somet. merely for alliteration). ¤cháel: da lurgain lomchaola, Corm. Y p. 91.19 (s.v. prull). ¤cháid: Mael-Isu leir, lom[m]chaid `very chaste', Gorm. Jan. 16 . -lainn very desirable : anadh bud l. leam sunn, Prolegomena 43 § 30 . beither gan mac nDomnaill de / onar l. lat erghe, Ir. Texts ii 12 § 15 . fiche bó ní lom- loinn lim / do chomroinn rim, IGT Verbs ex. 712 . -nocht see separate article. ¤nóeb: Loppán lomnoeb `very holy', Gorm. Mar. 26 . ¤olc very bad : léig a Floinn a donnḟolt dí / a bhoing dhí ma l. lé, 24 P 8, 228.x . ¤thiug very close : doire loimthiugh lasamail laighnech, ML² 1183 . ¤thornocht (see tarnocht) stark naked : l. uile act a n-airm na llámaib, LL 12133 ( TBC 5806 ). tangatar side lomthornacht asa longaib, TTr.² 512.

(iii) With adj. derived from noun: ¤chosach: ag siubhal nochtuigh ┐ lomchosach ` bare-foot ', Is. xx 2 . ¤gipánach: lomgipanach in threadbare ragged garb(?), IT iii 98 § 159. ¤glúinech bare-kneed (sobriquet of a Fomorian chief): Loscenn- lom mac Lomgluinigh, RC xii 96 § 128 . ¤luirgnech bare-legged: na sillidi lumluirgnecha, Comp. Con C. 83.z . ¤rótach having bare roads : ó Mhoigh lomródaigh Luirg, IGT Decl. ex. 888.

(iv) With vn. ¤arcain see separate article. ¤cheisnem: cáithleach cruais ┐ lóchán . . . loim-cheisnimh `constant complaining', TSh. 10092 . ¤diúltad: go dtug . . . loim- dhiúltadh dá thighearna fá dhol ar cuireadh leis `flat refusal', 7555 . ¤fhágáil: a mhaighistir, a ghrádh, . . . atámaoid air lom-fhághail `we are done for', GJ iv 82a (Stair E. Uí Ch.). ¤thúr (see 1 túr): sáer-ainm Sinna saigid dún / dáig rolaimid a lom-thúr `since ye venture to lay bare its origin', Met. Dinds. iii 286.2 ( = LL 20477 ). ¤nochtad act of revealing completely, exposing : lom-nochtadh do dhéanamh ar a lochtaibh féin, TSh. 9073 . nó dá mbeidís les lochta / níor thairgeas a lom- nochta, Content. v 8 . ¤rím complete enumerating : na lochta cen lomrim lac, BB 331b40 . ¤ṡloinded act of naming exactly : ni derna a lomsloinded dom deōin-sa `has not made himself fully known', Fianaig. 62.12 .

(v) With vb. See lommairgid.

lommad

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Forms: lomadh

[u, m.] vn. of lommaid. lomadh, IGT Verbs § 67.

(a) act of laying bare, shearing, shaving; plundering, laying waste : do chúaidh Labán a lomadh a cháorach, Gen. xxxi 19. ní dhéantaoi lomadh ar bith eidir bhur súilibh, Deut. xiv 1 . tar ēis mōrān do lomadh after much plundering, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 18.6 .

(b) Fig. lays bare, reveals, hence proves: is a lomad . . . nach tarrla laegh beo na marb do breith occa (of a cow sold as in calf), O'C. 651 ( H. 3.18, 315 ) = O'C. 1040 ( H. 3.18 435a ) = is a luige (no loma), O'C. 1100 ( H. 3.18 446b ). a lomadh má's feir[r]de libh if you would like me to reveal it, Ériu i 98.11 . nochar léigeas a lomadh / an céidfhios do ċualomar, Aithd. D. 6.3 . bím 'gá lomadh mar do lean / gach slonnadh díbh fa dheireadh, IGT Verbs ex. 759.

(c) As grammatical term, absence of lenition : lomadh as cóir na dhíaigh (of certain declensional forms), IGT Introd. p. 36.22 . trí fir, tri cinn, cóir go lom; trí hAirt, trí hEoghuin, cóir mur sin. .h. as lomadh don fhocal tig ar ghuthaidhe . . . , 8.17 . ní cóir lomadh air ó do-níther a réim. ar féin bḞáil l.¤, ar ḟéin bhFáil as .c. ann, Decl. 75.4 . Cf. Éigse ix 187 - 97 .

lommae

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n , f. (lomm)

(a) bareness, deprivation: cu raibi .xiii. blīadna i lumma crābaid i nArdmacha asceticism, ZCP iii 35.3 . loma is gailbhighe a ghaoithe (of Hell), Dán Dé xxv 26 .

(b) unmitigated quality (cf. lomm- compds.): a luime do locht ┐ a aidbhsighe d'urchóid `the utter criminality,' TSh. 5203.

In chevilles: and ro lúathgab cen lumma / draic úathmar fil isunna, Met. Dinds. iii 224.19 . fecht dia tánic sunda / . . . / ón mnaí cen lúaig lumma / bó dia búaib, iv 70.11 .

lommaid

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Forms: lommad

v ā (lomm)

I Trans.

(a) lays bare, strips; of property, territory, lays waste, plunders: ro lommad in tilach in n-aidchi sin ┐ ni fes cia ros lomm, RC xiii 434 § 3 . cur lom sé cnaimh a lurgain an gilla, L. Chl. Suibhne 18.28 . lomfuidh [an Tighearna] an féasóg, Is. vii 20 . do hairccedh ┐ do lomad morán, ZCP x 8.12 . do lomadh ┐ do láithrígheadh . . . leo críoch Bhreagha, ML 80.14 . nír ghar dhóibh donnadh a n-arm / ón tóir gur lomadh Latharnn, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 159.180 . do léigeadh sreabh dhonn dar ndíon / do líon neamh is do lom lár `emptied', Dán Dé xxix 8 . co rolom rochinge de / Colum cáid Cille in coire reduced the power of (?), Met. Dinds. iv 84.55 (`emptyhanded he departed thence').

(b) Fig. lays bare, reveals : trí hanmanna rátha Chuirc / do lomus duibh, Ériu i 99.14 .

II Intrans. becomes bare; fig. wastes away: no gur lomais fam lámhaibh (to a cloak), Ir. Review 1912, 378 § 2 . do lom a ghoile le huireasbhaidh ar díth córa `wasted is his strength by want and injustice', E. O'Rahilly 116.18.

Vn. lommad.

lommairgid

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v i (lomm + oirgid) despoils, plunders, sacks : ro thuairc treoit Tesaldai, ros lommairg Lirecdai, ros tuind- setar Tragdai, Alex. 73 . cor lomairgset inis Breatan im a hor ┐ im a hairgead, Todd Nenn. 74.5 . in fer do lomairg gaill Ērenn uile ar crechad ┐ ar madmannaib, ZCP viii 111.11 . du lomaircsid Loch Nen ┐ cur ruccsat seota h. Conchobair leo ass, Ann. Conn. 1225.5 = FM iii 220.5 .

lommán

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n o,m. (lomm) tree (or branch) stripped of its bark and / or leaves and/or twigs: loman .i. lom-fand, sech is lom is fand, Corm. Y 819 = lommand, Corm. Tr. p. 101 . lom- mánaib darach, LU 9062 ( FB 81 ). mo lamh mar loman fan lon, BNnÉ 141.22 . do bhí in lomán ón leanabh / gégach duilleach doisleabar, Ériu iv 116 § 20 . is tú an lomán lán do thoradh (to the Cross), DDána 41.39 . in n-eirr th'aim- sire / . . . / mar lomán gcrom ar gcríonadh, 56.7 . re fiodh- lomán daruidhe, Celt. Rev. x 135.21 . airg loman londgliaid `an angry fight with spear-staffs', Sc.M.² § 15.18 and n. 28 . lomáin loma . . . gan chroiceann gan díon gan duille, TSh. 3307. Attrib. gen. gur líon do chnuas an crann lomáin, DDána 41.15 .

? l.¤ comarba `a minor, a child whose father dies during its infancy ', O'Don. Suppl. (Plummer MS. notes refers to loman): an loman comarba .i. mac bec les nach éitir a cinta d'íc, O'D. 1986 ( Eg. 90, 11 ). Apparently equated with éccodnach: bliadain don lomain (sic) comarba ima sencintaib féin ┐ im sencintaib a athar; mí do imma nuacintaib féin ┐ im nuacintaib a athar; raithi don codnach ima sencintaib féin ┐ im seincintaib a athar . . . Canas a ngabar in mí atá don éccodnach ima nuacintaib féin ┐ im nuacintaib a athar, in turbaid bliadna uil don eccodnach ima seincintaib féin ┐ im seincintaib a athar, O'D. 1483 - 4 ( E. 3.5, 47 ). for lomán comarba, O'D. 1483 . loban comarba, O'C. 1581 ( BB 187b ).

lommarcain

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n (lomm + orcun) act of despoiling, plundering : ullmaich tu fen . . . do gabail anma hIsu chucud indeoch ( = in neoch) ita acot lomarcain, YBL 150b7 . in baili do loscad ┐ do lomarcain doib `completely sacked', Ann. Conn. 1398.21 . Laighin ó Bherbha go fairrge do lomargain leis, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 25.23 .

lommarda

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x see lommartha.

lommartaigid

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v (lommairt, see lommrad) prob. a nonce-formation. makes bare, strips : for talmuin .i. for talamain for main do lomartaig in talmun; no forsin main dia lomrann cach a toil (etymol. gloss), Laws v 14.6 Comm .

lommartha

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io, iā part. of lommraid. stripped, bare : cutruma gernine do lomasna lomartha, Hib. Min. 66.28 . Adv. do hairgedh dún Eóghain co léir, ┐ co lomardha, ZCP xiv 242.y .