lomnán

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Forms: lomlán

adj o,ā. Also lomlán, which perh. felt as compd. of lomm and lán but is orig. a form of imlán. very full, com- pletely full, crowded, covered; complete, perfect .

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(a) Absolute: in taig l.¤ , SR 3862 . sechtmain lomlán `a full week', BColm. 46.29 . is lān ler, is lomnān muir, Otia ii 82 § 7 . is lomnān cen locht cen lasc / is corp comhlān cech aenpars (of the Host), RC xxxvii 348 § 72 . tobar lomlán, Aithd. D. 4.12 .

(b) Folld. by DI: is l.¤ día soilse nem ┐ talam, LU 2032 ( FA 10 ). a Eirinnaigh do drochrannaibh is lomnan dornn, IT iii 70 § 20 . ainm lommnān d'fis is d'ecna, BColm. 22.15 . fid lomnān do nēimh caemc[h]rann `full of the sheen of . . . ', Ériu iii 145 § 26 . tuc do rogrādh im' anmain, / co rob lomlān dot inmuin `overflowing', 31 § 23. lomnan do mil (of trees), RC xxvi 160.3 . cach geg . . . l.¤ d'enaib, 138.22 . puipli na naom . . . / l.¤ do shnechta for ló covered with, SG 35.10 . ceitri cet elipant cona cathcliathaib foraibh lomlana de ogaibh, BB 493a33 . an sál l.¤ do loingis, IGT Decl. ex. 1370 . an bord . . . is lommnán do clochaib búadha, Maund. 192.

(c) Folld. by gen. is lomnan aingel ḟind (of Doire), Thr. Hom. 108.26 . gur l.¤ diomdha an Dúilimh, Dán Dé xxii 34 . tonna . . . / l.¤ maghair is mairmhíol, DDána 113.23 . lomnan donais, O'Hussey TC 253.8 .

II As subst. fullness, abundance : a lommnán do biud, Aisl. MC 67.13 . l.¤ mo mallacht, Buile S. 20.20 . úais- leóchaid d'éis an tachair / a l.¤ do lughrachaibh, IGT Decl. ex. 2089 . a l.¤ do scéluidhecht scribtha . . . arna balladuib `abundance of stories', Maund. 159.

lomnocht

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adj o,ā. Later also -nochta. (lomm + 2 nocht) naked, stark naked : for in duine bis lomnacht, Laws iv 36.15 Comm . fer l.¤ . . . íar sligi na Temrach, BDD² 131. Noí . . . is hé l.¤ , LU 115 . ┐ siat lomnochta, 1606 . fer discir dergl.¤ . . . gan nach n-arm gan nach n-etgud itir, LL 11055 ( TBC 4243 ). ba hingnad lee a beth lomnacht (Eve), MacCarthy 54.13 . daeine glasa lomnochta (of the Danes in armour), Cog. 202.9 . in Tigherna a n-a sesamh lomnochta ris in piler, Smaointe B. Chr. 3807 . is lom-nocht tánag a broinn mo mháthar (nudus egressus sum), TSh. 2830. oifficeach airidhe lomnochtaigh acht butaisidh ar lom air, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 30.21 (?leg. lomnochta). Compar. isat lomrochta inā crand figed, Grail 1305 (lomnachta, v.l.). Adv. co firlomnacht unmuzzled (of a dog), Laws iii 412.17 Comm . Fig. barefaced : an truailleadh l.¤-sa na mbéas, Donl. xviii 3.

lomnochtach

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adj o, ā (lomnocht) stark naked : atrullai uaide immach, / assa lamaib lomnachtach, SR 3214 (of Joseph and Potiphar's wife). gur theitheadar créuchdach, lomnoch- dach as an dteagh, Acts xix 16 .

lomnochtad

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[u, m.] vn. formation from lomnocht. act of stripping, making naked : do fhulaing sé ... re coroin sbíne ┐ re greannughadh . . . ┐ re lomnachtadh, ITS xxix 210.12 . do urail in Tigherna do lomnochtagh ┐ a cengal, Smaointe B. Chr. 3805 . See also s.v. lomm.

lomnochtaige

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n [, f.] (lomnochtach) ` utter nakedness ', TSh. Gloss.: a lomnochtaighe fhágbhas an bás iad, TSh. 657.

lomnochtán

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n o,m. (lomnocht) naked person : Eachtra Lom- nochtáin (title of a tale), Flower Cat. 345. l.¤ `a stark naked fellow', P. O'C.

lompaire

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n chuir tú fá throm eallaigh / . . . Magh Aoi . . . / gor léir gach laoí a l.¤ `well-grazed pastures', MS. Mat. 564.32 . Cf. athlumpaire and loimpré, loimpre `a piece of rough moorland, a bare pasture ', Dinneen.

lompuisnech

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adj [o, ā] adv. a nglacadh go lompuisneach re na les `to take the bare use of them', RSClára 136.4 . Cf. `lompasach niggard, sparing', Dinneen.

lomrad

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x see lommrad, -aid.

1 lon

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n o,m. IGT Decl. § 67 . blackbird, (type of) ouzel: merulus (.i. l.¤) graece , Corm. Y 890 . merulus .i. l.¤ . . . meroc a merula .i. glas-luin, O'C. 152 ( H. 3.18, 82 ). fomchain lóid luin `a blackbird's lay', Thes. ii 290.3 . foceird faīd . . . / l.¤ do chraīb charrbuidi, Bruchst. 66 § 150 . a luin, is buide duit, § 151. cuirrit[h]ir ogh luin a dī sūil, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 91.17) . is lí sula ugai luin, LU 10853 . anas gurmu . . . dath fuinche fuan / fordath luin, Ériu ix 46 § 14 . longaire luin duibh, Reeves Ad. 274.20 . bithus di chend dít amal tíscar di lun, LU 5861 (TBC). luin hic helaib, uingge oc dirnai `(as) blackbirds to swans', RC xx 40.21 (glossed: deróli na luin (sic) i farrad na nela, LU p. 12 n.b .). cóir súil re sealgaire an luin (of a child), DDána 97.41 . do shaill luin uisci `water ouzle' (may refer to the moorhen or the coot ), Oss. v 54.25 . Applied to a chieftain : don l.¤ chalma, A. Ó Dálaigh lv 19. ? Mac in Luin lann mhic Cumaill, Duan. Finn ii 14 § 42 . In a man's name: L.¤ Garad Cosfind i tuasciurt Ossairge o disiurt Garad, LL 371c57 . i n-aidchi éitsechta Luin Garad, 64 .

Compd. ¤chor song like a blackbird's : teach Í Chonchobhair . . . / go lonchoraibh ar (mar, v.l.) chruit chaoin, DDána 119.29 . ¤gaire and ¤gredan see s.v. longaire.

2 lon

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n o,m. in phrr. l.¤ craís, l.¤ int ṡáith. Poss. same word as 1 lon. See Celtic Language, Celtic Culture 158, 161 , Celtica xx 56 n. 13 . `demon' Meyer, Aisl. MC: do díchor in luin crāeis bói i mbrāgait Cathail, Aisl. MC 3.8 . Sattan (.i. l.¤ crāis bōi ina brāgait) no meled a chuit laiss, cf. crāes-l.¤ , 103.5 . in cori bói imm chend in luin, 24 . conid hī sáith mōr dēdenach do- thomail Cathal īarsan lun int sháith sin `because of the demon', 107.19 . téidm cróeis ┐ ginaig dochumm a chota lon cráis didiu, . . . ┐ niba saithech som, LB 143a4 . d'ionnarb [Colum Cille] an lon craois as a chliabh, Ó Bruad. i 106.22 (lón, v.l.).