? loscudi

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ind gáetar lunni l.¤ , LU 10382 (rhet.) = gætar luinne losscaide, ZCP iii 256.20 (cúan dia eilis losccannaib, v.l.).

? losg

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ind ailim lin a leithid luisg (line of a poem which is subse- quently explained by the poet Bricne as = ailim Ailill cona ler loecraide), Celt. Rev. i 306. 11 . 14 . `an seglann is saor mor l.¤' .i. saor a cómdalaib ┐ is l.¤ a cathaib ┐ a comlandaib, 308.21 .

? losgairt

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ind lucht foghla ┐ l.¤ an domhuinn `meurtriers', RC xxiii 32.31 . Leg. loisgthe?

? losnaid

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n i, m.: dá óenrath sain, dá oenmuntind, da óenl.¤, da óenchaindill (of two warriors), TBC 5375 (`zwei einzige Flammen(?)'). In n. loc. i cath Chinn Losnada i mMaig Fea .i. losnad muice meic Dá Thó ro rannad ann, G ii 457.25 (`flitch', 502.28 ) ( LL 316c33 ), but Plummer MS. notes suggests that it means tail. Bellum Cinn Losnado (no Ceall Losnaigh), AU i 28.19 (an. 490 ).

lot

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n harlot: l.¤ quasi l.¤ ar is l.¤ do mnāi merdrechus, Corm. Y 817 (lott, Corm. Tr. 101 ). lót .i. meirdreach, O'Cl. ní fhuil cumann i méirdreach ni fhuil dileacht i l.¤ , Hard. ii 405.12 (proverb).

lota

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Forms: lofta, labta

n (ON lopt, Bidrag 96 ). Also lofta, labta. loft, upper storey, platform : acc imordughudh . . . iubhus faircsina ┐ lotadha lanradhairc `full-viewed platforms', St. Ercuil 143 . dul ar lotaibh in tempuill, ÉC i 83 § 6 (= ar sdrapaib, § 5 ). do thuit ceathramha don labhta fūtha, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 8.23 . do thuit sé . . . ón treas l.¤ , Acts xx 9 . an treas l.¤ third storey, Gen. vi 16 . air a ttrí lofta, Ezek. xli 16.

lotaire

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n [io, m.] (lott): l.¤ beag ó Chruachain Chuinn ` plunderer ', Tribes of Irel. 36.7 .

lotán

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n porridge: littiu .i. lot-tē .i. lotān ar tige í ┐ tes inti, Corm. Y 842. Similarly O'C. 126 ( H. 3.18, 76a ). `lóta, lotán a soft lump or mass of anything', O'Don. Suppl.

1 lotar

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ind .i. leadhradh no gearradh, O'Cl. See lochar.

2 lotar

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x see téit.

1 loth

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Forms: lath, loithe

n ā, f. Also lath. mud, mire: quagmire, marsh: air ind loith domuin gl. pro imo ceno, Ml. 60a6 . caenum .i. l.¤ , Sg. 22a11 . nomen loithe infernalis gl. mefitis, 127a1 . l.¤ gl. Lerna, 34a6 . lap .i. l.¤ no cechair, O'Dav. 1147 . lœthi iffirn gl. Cocitique, Goid. 69.16 . laith .i. feith ┐ uisce for a huachtar, O'Dav. 514 . fidba for lind latha, O'Mulc. 110 . imain fo laith; imain fo cechair, Laws v 138.11 . is blāth for laith (of beauty which is not matched by good sense), ZCP vi 267 § 5. ? leig lath, Ériu xvii 9P § 9 (may mean `the swamp is lovely', Ed.). ? diroirpiter coin, ardidsiter eich illenith l.¤ ibther . . . , TBC² 3090 (rhet.).

Compd. ¤én: loithean do loingeas o bhual .i. lacha d'in- darba ó uisge, ZCP v 488 § 3 (B. na F.).

See 1 lad.