? 2 lóth

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n sweat: Lugaid L. finn .i. l.¤ ainm d'allus, Cóir Anm. 185.

? 3 lóth

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in n.pr. (Cúr) mac Da L.¤ , TBC 2092 . 2124 .

? -lotha

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ind súi dian sossad sidlotha .i. dianad soistad sid .i. in sid[loth sin], ZCP iii 223 § 6 = LB 241a39 (Amra Senáin).

lothach

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x see lathach.

lothaid

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v `ladles out'(?) (Murphy Metrics Gl.): scian scothas / rind rethes / liag lothas, IT iii 38 § 23.

1 lothar

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n secret meaning(?), conspiracy(?) (same wd. as 2 lothar?): l.¤ gac[h] ciall inclethe, LL 395a16 . Hence, `l.¤ or lathar secrecy, privacy', P.O'C.

? 2 lothar

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n (-ó- ?) gathering, assembly : lot[h]ar i mbī brachles .i. tinōl, ar tinōl na lendand cuici, ut dicitur: lot[h]ar (.i. comt[h]inōl) nat fūair ar dib rīgaib rath, Corm. Y 849. Hence: l.¤ .i. coimhthionól, O'Cl.

1 lóthar

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Forms: loathar

n o,m. Perh. orig. n. Earlier loathar.

(a) trough, vat, tub, vessel for holding liquid : loathar gl. peluis, Sg. 67b5 . lothor gl. alueus, 49a2 . lóthur gl. canalis, Thes. ii 27.36 (BCr.). lothar .i. coire O'Cl. oen ían bai do lestrai[b] isin tig, ┐ da lóthur, Ir. Texts i 7 § 23 . dognith an imdel isindala lothur, ibid. do tabairt neith di asin lothair (sic) don usciu (of a vessel in which Brigit's feet were washed), 11 § 33 . lot[h]ar i mbī brachles, Corm. Y 849 . lothar draigin, Ériu xii 176 § 4 . uas na lóthraib uiscidib `water troughs', Celtica iv 10.62 . ro-rat . . . i llothor ┐ ro gab . . . for ósaic ┐ indlat dia apstalu, PH 5244 . osna lothraib asa tomlitis na coerig a cuitig, LB 114a24 (= isna hoimrib, SR 2958 ). in dorus ele arin faithchi immaig ┐ lathar leccchloiche fair, Mer. Uil. 226 (l.¤ , v.l.).

(b) boat: meic beca atchiat hi lothur bic (of Mael Dúin and his companions in their boat), LU 1869 (H).

2 lóthar

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n o (cf. 1 lóth, and ON lódhi, AS lódha `a fur cloak', Plummer MS. notes) Perh. orig. same wd. as 1 lóthar. fleece: lothar [.i.] édach, Met. Gl. p. 13 § 20 . hi certib ┐ lothruib, Mór M. § 2 (-aib, MS.). croicenn clumdub ceatnaiti / indṡamail cach aen lothair, MR 186.8 . ? merci amal lothar oc treb Aser, LB 124a29 . meirge dar lean mar lothar `a garment', Keat. iii 2060.

Lothlainn

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Forms: Lochluinn, Lachluinn, Lochlann

pn d s. Also Laith-. Form and declension variable. Lochluinn, Lachluinn, IGT Decl. § 112 . Later Lochlann. Viking Scotland; Norwegian Viking settlements in the British Isles, in particular Scotland and Man ( Peritia xii 296-337 ). The name of some part of Scandinavia; Norway (see CCath. 5222 ); sometimes Denmark(?); in CCath. `used vaguely for Germany or Scandinavia', Stokes Gloss.; cf. ex. from Keat. iii 2460 s.v. Lochlannach. See Bidrag 56 , Jn. Celt. St. i 232 . ni ágor réimm mora minn / dond láechraid lainn ua Lothlind, Thes. ii 290.5 . Tomrair erell tanise righ Laithlinne, AU i 354.16 (an. 848 ). Amhlaim mac righ Laithlinde, 362.9 (an. 853 ). do lind Lochlainde, IT iii 100.2 . fri Lochlaind atúaid, LU 9360 . a coimlin do Ghallaibh Lochlaind, AU i 532.3 (an. 1014 ). Maghnus ri Lochlainni, ii 68.12 (an. 1102 ). Ebdonn ri Lochlann, 332. x (an. 1263 ). mac rig Lochlann, RC vi 184.19 . Danmairg . . . / dibergaigh laecraidh Lochland, Mac Carthy 424.x . tancadar laechraidh na Lochlaindi d'innrad na Roma, CCath. 511 . a haibhnibh . . . firtuaiscirt Lochlann i coic- richaib . . . adhuair aigreta bathuaidh, 5222 . [ó]ro scáich do C. . . . tenngabáil tíri Gallia ┐ lochta Lochlann, 384 (Lochlainni, Locland, v.ll.). do chrīchoibh Lochlann, Fl. Earls 12.3 .

Cf. Lochlannach.

lothommar

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n (? -ó-) o, m. (? Lat. lōtus pp. of lavo and ommar) large vessel for holding liquid, bath-tub : tucait . . . cucu . . . a mílain ┐ a lóthommair ┐ a ndrolmacha, TBC 64 ( LL 7607 ). lothomur in taige aīged co n-usci na haidche remi ind, Aisl. MC 11.22 . tucastar lathamar glaine . . . ┐ do chuir na lossa ind . . . ┐ tuc in tṡithal i llaim Chailti, Acall. 7149. Cf. loth `a lotion, or washing', P.O'C.