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 .

lommarthóir

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n [i, m.] shearer: mar do beit úan . . . fo l.¤ , Laud 610, fo. 33c (Plummer MS. notes). lomrádóir (sic) `clipper, shearer, depilator', O'R.

lommrad

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Forms: lommairt, lomra

u, later also o, m. vn. of lommraid. Also lommairt, lomra.

(a) act of stripping, making bare : a cāirich do dīlsi hi llomrad glassenguirt na rígna, ZCP viii 311.30 . do lomrad faithi fir flatha iar taircsin cirt di, O'C. 2627 ( Eg. 88, 53(54)c ). doratad in (leg. don) dara latrand dia l.¤ (uni spoliandus traditur), Lat. Lives 90.7 . far lomrad . . . amal foltchéip to shear your heads off(?), Trip.² 2442.

(b) act of shearing (sheep): cauru . . . a n-aimsir a lomartha, Laws i 126.22 Comm . inbaid lommartha cairech, SR 6302. mar uan a fiadhnaisi fir a lomartha, ITS xxix 173.9 . atá úan fionn agar bhfoghnamh / dúal liom dá lomradh gach láoi, IGT Decl. ex. 1276.

(c) Hence, fleece: ba córu lomrad na cairech i llomrad na glasne, LL 291b24 . an lomradh olla do bhí ac Gedian, ITS xxix vi 153.21 . lomradh óir the Golden Fleece, Hackett xxxix 240 . céad caora gona lomraibh óir, Oss. iv 242.y .

(d) act of plundering, despoiling : losccadh Reachrainde . . . ┐ a sccríne do chosccradh ┐ do lomradh, FM i 396.9 . iar lomairt a longphuirt dóibh `when they had stripped the fortress bare', Keat. iii 2852 . do lomradh ┐ do losgadh lochta an leasa sin Lúicifeir, TSh. 6604.

(e) Fig. act of stripping of wealth, levying a fine, or payment : lomradh indala fir ┐ a thidnacul diaraile to strip every second man and to give (his wealth) to another', Ériu iv 24 § 6 . tig- lomrad .i. in lomrad dédenach iar mbās in cēle, O'Mulc. 864 (see tiuglomrad). do lomrad smachta ┐ cáiche, Laws iv 68.3 . ma fearr na smacht do lomrad .i. trian d'iumarcraid, O'C. 1763 ( 23 Q 6, 36a ). trí gníma rátha: fosta, féile, lobra . . . lobra hícce .i. lécud a lomartha i n-indligud dar a ḟechi- main, Triads 218 ; lomradh .i. ag lomairt ag díol fiachadh, n. lomradh íce .i. da lomairt féin ag díol fiachadh no fulang é féin do lomradh do réir dlighe .i. leigen lomartha . . . , ibid.

(f) excerpt, literary extract : go ra sgribaind araile do lamarta (excerpta), Todd Nenn. 24.3 = lomartha, BB 203a4 . ? ni fil . . . inso do lomrad acht becc dona pianaib . . . ro himred fair, LB 143a18 . Leg. lommad? q.v. (b).

lommraid

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v (*lommar, cf. luma(i)r)

(a) shears (off), strips (off), cuts off: scailp a uerbo scalpio (scalpo, v.l.) .i. lomraim, Corm. Y 1185 . garbae adbae . . . / i llomrat fir maiche mes, O'C. 150 ( H. 3.18, 82b ) (mesrad maiche .i. cenna daoine iarna n-airlech, ibid). ro lommair-som in fróech isin maigin sin co fúair a graif, Trip.² 1020 . no lomraitis . . . na hubla ┐ nos ithitís, LU 1684 (ICM). ben . . . tainic o da lomrait cairigh go ndernadh etach da olaind, Laws ii 416.23 Comm . lomraid a c(h)ennchoṅgraim na mmnā strips off, Fing. R. 980 . lomair eoin aille aile an crand cuiscle, Anecd. i 70 § 177 (leg. lomairset, Ed.). ceni lomardais . . . / mo dá n-ó dim chiunn, Ériu xviii 14 § 17 . bid aithech samlumsa . . . lommeras a cend sin ditsa, RC xiii 438 § 9 . ro lomair cach trenchend, Cog. 160.11 . ro lomair, ro ledoir . . . Gullu cut off the heads of(?), 138.1 . a barr gur lomair dá láimh / cromaidh an crann, Aithd. D. 49.31 .

(b) despoils, plunders : roscaird .i. rolommar gl. conrassit (leg. -rasit), Ml. 14b2 (Ascoli suggests roscailt ?). ros lommair im a n-almu, Alex. 1093.

(c) Fig. of exacting taxes, etc.: a trocaire in eirreich re iarsa loimera a tairgille gurab a comairet cedna lomras a eneclann .i. dublad re sin, O'C. 1673 ( 23 Q 6, 25b ) `i.e. the merciful view is that the two periods of exaction must be con- secutive,' Plummer MS. notes. mad in feichemh toicheda lomrus fiach, O'D. 767 ( H. 3.17, 550 - 1 n. ). forsin main dia lomrann cach a toil `the wealth from which everyone extracts what he likes', Laws v 14.7 Comm . (etym. gloss on for talmuin).

? merga in mondaill / lenga lomraim, IT iii 100 § 172.

lommus

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n [u, m.] (lomm) threadbareness: in brat gin lomus ┐ in t-inar cin tollus, Laws ii 160.17 Comm .