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.

lothr-

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x see lochr-.

lothraigid

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v destroys, defaces : lothraighfead . . . a fhir do loth- raig lúirigh, IGT Verbs ex. 985 (: Gofroidh). Cf. lochraid. dias nar lothraig forlann fer / Gofraidh, Domhnall fa dereadh, Ir. Texts ii 4 § 30. nār lothraid re taeib tachoir 'who failed not in an encounter' Éigse viii 290 § 12 .

lothrugud

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Forms: lothrachadh

[u, m.] vn. of lothraigid. lothrachadh (ón truaill- eadh), IGT Verbs § 116 . act of despoiling, defacing : rosoich dono Menestes iarna lothrugad docum tir, Aen. 1002 (`immersion'; M. had been deprived of the helm and thrown overboard). gach ní as fhearr dealb[h] ar domhan, / is dearbh leam a lothroghadh, Aithd. D. 80.17 . Cf. lochrad.

lotrad

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n (cf. lot) wenching(?): lēic ūait do lot[h]rad lūarda! / lēic do c[h]odlad is do c[h]aemda! ZCP vi 265 § 16 . lott quasi lot unde dicitur l.¤ i.e. lothrad .i. lott aris lott do mnái in merdrechus, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 27.

lott

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Forms: loit, loite, -luit, loit, loitidibh

o,m. vn. of loittid. IGT Decl. § 67. Verbs § 58 . (orig. n. ?: lot ar n-enig (ar added above line by later hand; immlot n-einig, v.l.), Ériu xii 172.x . Also n s. loit, Lev. xiii 3. g s. loite, DDána 10.41 . Lev. xiv 54. d s. -luit, Gleanings 17 § 21 . loit, Beatha S.F. 3158 . Lev. xiii 3. d p. loitidibh (:crodhtigibh), Arch. iii 234 § 10.

(a) In concrete sense, ruin, injury, damage, wound; act of destroying, injuring, wounding : im lot do aibinne `for injuring thy meeting-hill', Laws i 166.26 . in tan bis do curan agid lot hurting you, 300.23 Comm . i lot in focend `for injury done to corn in the ear', 172.11 Comm . lot ind feoir injury to the grass, 174.19 Comm . slan don tarbh cach mil . . . tiucfa chuici do lot a dara no a ingelta ime `to interrupt his bulling or his grazing', iii 232.10 Comm . Saxain do thuidecht i nHerind ┐ lánl.¤ Herend dóib, LL 3204 . lot Aedha Slaine . . . / la Conall nGuthbind `[mortal] injury', Mac Carthy 414.9 . nír fhet P. in cat[h]raig do l.¤ , Todd Lect. vi 75.x . mo flaithius do lot, YBL 172b44 . ni aile da lot dano .i. ni lucht oenbérla iat another thing that does them harm, CCath. 5082 . ag sior-dheanamh luit ┐ uilc ar Oll- tachaibh, IT, ii2 150.718 . ciarbu líach a lot (of the infant Níall exposed to die), Ériu iv 94.6 . na légid bar leas do lot, Cog. 122.28 . bhur luit ┐ othrais, ZCP iv 452.18 . rí Connacht do lot go mor . . . go raibh a ccrolighe báis, CS 318.5 . O Domhnaill a n-othrus an luit remráiti, AU iii 518.3 . fíolún fionn go n-iomat lot a malignant tumour causing great harm, BNnÉ 147.x . ní beag do loit Leithe Cuinn / bás Seaáin, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 141.57 . adhbhar luit cridhe an Choim- dheadh, DDána 10.24 . síodh do luit (of the crucifixion), Dán Dé x 16 . luit chorcra `crimson wounds', Studies 1919, 612 § 4 . lot báis fatal wound, PBocht 23.19 . gan lot airm, Keat. Poems 1227 . é féin d'iomchosnamh ar l.¤ na luchóg, TSh. 594 . erigh anois dochum luit an taeibh, ITS xxix 216.36 . do dhéanamh iomaid luit dá ngortaibh, TSh. 9744. fuaras suim oile marbh 'sna [fásaoibh] nach roibh loit ar bith orra, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 42.26 . a chroidhe . . . arna loit, mar do loitfidhe le ga nō le saighid í, Beatha S.F. 3158 . mar théid an ga gréine tré gloine gan a lot, Parrth. Anma² 1398 . As an exclamation: mór da gasraidh ghliadh do thoit / . . . mo róloit, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 139.8 .

Attrib. g s. 'na fhior luit an lá do bhí `when He was wounded', Aithd. D. 77.35 .

(b) Fig.

(i) of injury done to the soul, honour, etc.: is lot do mnāi merdrechus, Corm. Y 817 . corbo he tinscra ro gellad di . . . ara hogi do lot, Rawl. 75b46 . ni fil lot n-enig duid- seo and (sic leg. ?), Ériu xii 172.13 . teangtha ar mbiodh- bhadh / beid gár lot i ló an aighneasa, PBocht 6.12 . do chóidh bhar lot gan leigheas, Content. xxix 5 . na luit do-rinneadar air, créachta na coire, TSh. 2591 . ag lot a gcoguáis, 1 Cor. viii 12 . do lot m'anma, Párl. na mB. 3025 .

(ii) breach, violation (of a rule); act of violating: i cinaid in tredain do l.¤ dó, RC xii 430 § 28 . na sagairt ag lot a ngrádh, ZCP xii 392.24 . lot na haithne, PBocht 17.5 . ar lot a riaghla reimhe, A. Ó Dálaigh 1.35.

Compds.

(i) With noun. ¤bág act of devastating : tul-mag bad líach do lot-báig, Met. Dinds. i 6.4 .

(ii) With vn. ¤adnad: lotadhnadh a ngruadh nglan / d'fhocalghamh druadh the flushing of their cheeks by injurious words, DDána 117.34 . ¤gon: foghail lotghon leomhan, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 100.212 . an leathsa Cuinn . . . / 'ga lotghoin tar iath Éirionn, 139.16 .

(iii) With adj. ¤bertach harmful, destructive : [an díthchreid- eamh] Luther loitbheartaigh, Eochairsg. 1.2 .

? lotta

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ind Scoitt o Scotta sciamda / ria l.¤ nir thiamda tais, LL 16494 (`before her overthrow', RC xlvii 317 ). Cf. lott.

lour

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x see lór.

loure

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n [, f.] = lórtu: ar l.¤-ni do precept et forcitul cáich `our sufficiency to teach and instruct everyone', Wb. 15a14 .

lourtu

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x see lórtu.