? 3 lorg

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n f. (B. na f.): atā amor aguindi / don luirg (.i. don mnai) sin bīs fāt bracaib, Éigse i 86 II. beith ar do lorg (.i. ar do mnai) ag leanmain, III. loiche na rir mo craide / ar ndul dom loirg le scal, LB 247b marg. inf. m'amor fēin do-chuaidh tar chēill / do luirg tnútha nár ér dúil `my own love for an envied one(?) who never refused anyone has exceeded sense', O'R. Poems 2144 and n. (`a man(?)', Gloss.).

lorgach

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adj o, ā (? 2 lorg): ellmaig cach l.¤ `everyone who is armed is prepared' (?), ZCP xvii 61 § 19 (rectius ellmach?, Ed.) = Arch. iii 229.97 .

lorgad

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vn. formation from 2 lorg? As comic n. pr. Gendud ┐ Slipred ┐ L.¤ tri doirrseoire Gulidi, Hib. Min. 66.21 .

lorgaid

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x see loirgid.

lorgaire

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n io, m. (1 lorg) tracker, pursuer; follower, adherent; investigator : do fuair a lorgairidhe . . . ┐ d'fhuagair dóibh Diarmuid . . . do leanamhain, Oss. iii 62.20 . [díthchreideamh] Luther loitbheartaigh ┐ a lorgairidhe, Eochairsg. 1.2 . Luther . . . nó a lorgairidhe, 2.1 . leargaire an ghlóir líomhtha an l.¤ (of a parasite), O'Gr. Cat. 29.37 . l.¤ seandachta craobhsgaoilidh an domhain `investigator'. Keat. i 226.z . a shlán fa aon d'á lorgairidhibh go bhfuil laoidh no litir a seanchus Éireann i n-a bhfuil luadh . . . ar Ghiolla Már, 12.18 .

lorgairecht

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Forms: lorg- arecht

n ā, f. (lorgaire) IGT Decl. § 26 . Verbs § 65 . lorg- arecht gl. indago, Ir. Gl. 937.

Seeking, pursuit; searching out, inquiry, investigation : tiagait arsain 'na longaib i ll.¤ , TTr. 1052 . cona rucsat l.¤ uaidib co ndecadar isin catraig did not give up the pursuit, BB 433b14 . teit Curcog les isin l.¤ `search', Ériu xi 200.9 . lorguirecht mhaith do dhénamh aran mboin to keep a close watch on, BNnÉ 158.2 . ro fitir nach impobadh o lorgcairecht an tSoidigh Naemtha, Grail 209 . an slanughadh ara ndearn- adar na fáidhe lorgairechd (of which salvation the prophets have inquired), 1 Pet. i 10 . um gach ní as eól doibh dona nethibh ara ndensiomh l.¤ `inquisition', RSClára 122.30 . is iomdha ní do-ní Dia, [ar?] nach áil leis daoine do dhéanamh lorgaireachta, TSh. 5301.

As quasi-vn. atat fir Erenn agad l.¤ ┐ agadt iaradh, TBC p. 185 n. 8 (H). stuider . . . do denam don tslainti . . . ┐ do l.¤ da coimed ┐ da leigheas to investigate how to cure it, Mackinnon Cat. 36.31 . docuaidh m'ath[air] do l.¤ a dalta, RC x 189.33 . daig is on dunad so dlegar an Soidech Naemtha do lorccuirecht, Grail 137 . ad hec indiganda . . . .i. da lorgair- eacht an adbuir so, Ir. Astr. Tr. 132.14 . dochum a lenamhna ┐ a lorgaireachta (to follow and imitate), RSClára 132.33 . a l.¤ cionnus congbhaidhther iodhbairt na náomhurnaighthe `to enquire', 126.22 . bunadhas cinidh Scoit do lorgaireacht go préimh `to trace', Keat. i 224.y . l.¤ na n-apstal for Isa, Grail 3264 - 5 .

lorgairid

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v (lorgaire) searches out, investigates : ní haoin-nídh dhíobh so lorgairthear le croinicibh nua-Ghall na haimsire seo, Keat. i 6.3 . lorgair ┐ féuch search, John vii 52 .

lorgán

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n o,m. (1 or 2 lorg? or from *lorc 'mite' Hermathena ci 37 n. 43 , EIS 196 ) a term of contempt, straggler(?); sluggard(?): a lorcain luighi / a bolcain buidhi / for tolclar tuighi, IT iii 93 § 141 . uch a lorcain isat olc, 80 § 54 (isid lag, v.l.). See next word and lorcán.

lorgánach

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n o,m. (lorgán) idler, sluggard : meile .i. l.¤ , O'C. 1467 ( H. 3.18, 651 ). geibh l.¤ geimhre gortach, Hard. ii 401.10 (proverb) = geimheal lorgánaigh geimhreadh gortach, Dinneen. do brethnaighedh a n-a lorganach dímaín idiota, Smaointe B. Chr. 1197 . ní threabhthuigh an l.¤, do bhrígh an fúachta the sluggard will not plow by reason of the cold, Prov. xx 4 . a lorganuigh, vi 6 . an tí bhíos 'na lorgánach earaicc bith ina shrathare foghmhair (proverb), Párl. na mB. 3426 .

lorgánta

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adj io, iā (lorgán) lazy, idle, sluggish : ar na daoinibh bhíos leisgeamhuil l.¤ , Párl. na mB. 1541 . an duine leasg no l.¤ , 1319 .

lorgántacht

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n [ā, f.](lorgánta) idleness, sluggishness: gearraguig leisge ┐ meirg na lorgántacht', Párl. na mB. 1361 (verse).