longanach

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adj o,ā: lomgipanach lendanach longanach, IT iii 98 § 159 .

longar

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v indic. pres. pass. sg. ?: secht treaba . . . adbaill a ndire . . . tech dia ndentar uaim tadut, tech a longar for a coim- ditre (comdig, v.l.) for comol n-eicne `in which its owner is intruded upon by forcible seizure', Laws v 162.19 . Cf. longais.

longar langar

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n cf. longaire. dissension, confusion(?): amhail dorónsad peacadha a cloinne féin l.¤ d'Éirinn (title of a poem), Ó Bruad. iii 164.8 (`ruin and dispersion').

longaraid

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v 3 pl. cf. longaire. utter shrill cries(?): longaraid langaraid scaipid mar scuaine trud, Ó Bruad. iii 168.16 .

longas

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x see loinges.

Longbard

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pn (Lat. loanword) Lombard: g pl. buidnib L.¤ do Letha, Stokes Festschr. 5 § 9 (Longbarr, v.l.). noí n-ingena ríg Langbardd, Trip.² 2746 . Sechnall . . . do Longbardaib Letha do, Trip. ii 394.5 . In pl. Lombardy: a Longbhordaibh Leat[h]a og innsaidhe co hElpa, ZCP xiii 173.7 .

longda

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adj io, iā (1 long) nautical, pertaining to ships : ní buí decair . . . etarru ┐ crainn na caille acht in cromadh l.¤ fora clarad som namma (of ships), CCath. 1912 v.l. feachair cath l.¤ . . . eatorra a naval battle, FM ii 1112.4 .

longmar

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adj o, ā (1 long) rich in ships : cnoc lánmhar longmhar, Measgra D. ii 119.3 . righ . . . luchtmur lánmur longmur, Flower Cat. 355.23 .

longphort

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n o,m. (1 long + 1 port) IGT Decl. § 11.

(a) camp, encampment, temporary stronghold (frequently equated with dúnad, somet. with sosad): l.¤ gl. castrum, Ir. Gl. 725 ; 813 . Aedh mac Neill ro slat uile-longportu Gall, AU i 374.z (an. 866 ). ro gabsat trá cethri chóiced Herend dúnad ┐ lonngport isin Breslig encamped, LU 6274 (TBC). ar lár in dúnaid ┐ in longpairt, 6289 . i scoraib ┐ i llongphortaib Díabail, 2401 . gabait . . . dunad ┐ l.¤ tri la ┐ tri aidche ic Druim En, TBC 1686 . níra míad leo dul assin chrích co mbetís aidchi loṅgphoirt inti, MU² 844 . fiss scél in loṅgphuirt leis camp- tidings, 1909 . daberat fúabairt loṅgphuirt forru, TTr. 1910. is leo ro marbad Caetil Find lin a longpuirt `with his whole garrison', Cog. 22.14 . do éirigh as a l.¤ he broke camp, Ériu i 93.6 . Used of a military invasion: cech longport ┐ cech creich ┐ cech sluoighedh ticfadh do innredh na hEtáile bidh ocoinde a cétgress `leaguer', CCath. 506.

(b) mansion, princely dwelling; stronghold, fortress : néll longphuirt ós Loch Eachach / do chíd adhbha aoilcheathach, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 180.1 . tógbháil longphuirt an lacha, 183.77 . testa Mac Suibne . . . na lonccphort fein a Rath Maolain, L. Chl. Suibhne § 50 . cathracha ┐ bailte ┐ long- phuirt iomdha, Beatha S.F. 1381 . do bhíodh príomhl.¤ ar leith ag airdrígh Éireann . . . mar atá Teach Miodhchuarta, Keat. iii 542 . ní dhéan taithighe ar faithchíb longphuirt, Hackett xxvi 15 . In nn. loc. see Hog. Onom. p. 505.

Fig. of the body: gebaid-se [sc. in diabul] nert for in longphort-sa uli .i. for in corp, PH 7799.

Compd. ¤treb mansion, stronghold : longphairttreabh í Bhríain Bhalloigh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 185.144 .

longphortach

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adj o, ā (longphort)

(a) possessing many encamp- ments; warlike : Magh Raighni . . . / clār lethan . . . l.¤ līnmar, Bruchst. i 64 § 147 = IT iii 95 § 147 . Descert Laigen l.¤ , IT iii 87 § 98 . Aed B., rig longportach Luigne, MR 252.9 . fear lonn longportach, Duan. Finn ii 270 § 78 . túrach tíreach longphortach, Keat. Poems 793 = Hackett xxxix 161 . a bhrugh lonnmhair longphortaigh surrounded by encampments (?), Keat. Poems 853.

(b) As subst. frequenter of camps, warrior : in longportach lerda (of Cú Roí mac Dáiri), ZCP iii 38.15 . l.¤ Locha Erne, LL 4559.

longud

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Forms: loingthe

u, m. vn. of 2 loingid. g s. loingthe.

(a) act of eating, consuming (food): l.¤ no ithi, Ml. 56a 13 . longad ┐ tomailt, LU 3226 ( SC 1 ). fer borb brogda . . . im l.¤ ┐ im ligi, LU 6708 (TBC). is geis dúib . . . ól nó l.¤ nó chotlud, 8387 ( FB 26 ). ni doid hi (= a) saith do bíud na lungud na chodlutt, IT i 77 § 17 v.l. Eg. mad congaire do chleith an tighe an tan bithter ag l.¤ caithid an l.¤ sin `if it call from the roof-tree of the house when people are eating, they throw away that food', Ériu viii 122.9 . doradsat tocured dia coibnesaib . . . do longadh na fesside, St. Ercuil 7 . longadh .i. caitheamh, O'Cl.

(b) diet, refection; a meal : l.¤ serbda sēimide, Ériu ii 56 § 9. nīmdingēnad fuilide mo longad cen acht `my dinner . . . would not make me bloody', § 7 . ro iarfaig Colum Cille de cia met a loingthi in tan ba hoclaech, Thr. Hom. 120.14 . i llón ┐ i llongadh dóibh, BR 184.8 . lethgille don filid fri luingthi lith `das Halb-Unterpfand an den Dichter für ein Fest des Schmausens', ZCP xvi 194 (loingi lithi, v.l.).

? In fig. sense: ár cuairt fa mochlongadh mer `our visit was a mad and early breakfast', Caithr. Thoirdh. 123.41 , but perhaps connected with 1 loingid.