lúachda

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adj (1 lóch) brilliant, blazing : ba luachda (glossed soigh- nenda) doigherda a drech, Leb. Gab. 50.25 .

lúachmar

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x see lógmar.

1 lúachrach

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adj (1 lúachair) sedgy : magh lom luachruch, O'R. Poems 2496.

? 2 lúachrach

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n (1 lúachair) marshy place, place where rushes grow: isnaib lúac[h]rachaib lánaib, LU 9320 . batir finna na lluachracha dia n-éis (`white were the rushes behind them at departure'), ZCP xviii 297.7 . luachrach `a crop or field of rushes', Hog. Luibhl.

lúachrad

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o,m. vn. of lúachraid (see úr compds.). IGT Decl. § 11 (55.17) . Verbs § 82 (232.6) . an tigh sin . . . ar na úr-luachradh de chaonnach an tsléibhe `freshly strewn', ITS i 112.4 .

1 lúad

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Forms: -luaid, luaidh

vn. of luīd (see also lúth). m., IGT Decl. § 96 . Verbs § 75 . ?g s. -luaid, Laws v 366.14 . d s. luaidh, Content. xviii 47 , 147 (unsupported by rhyme).

(a) act of moving, setting in motion, performing, promoting etc.: corba lánurlam ri . . . l.¤ for cach leth isin domun ready to be navigated into every part of the world (of the boat Argo), LL 219a11 ( TTr. 145 ). tanic luachra luad, RC v 202.3 `rustling', Ériu xvii 90 . l.¤ in chiúil the movement (sound?) of the music, Im. Brain 20 (load, log, v.l.). for luad in motion, SR 7944 . in tan nad bi occaib fadesin comobair trebtha do luad doing, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 19 . inbleith .i. in ni do berar don lucht um luadh umpi for minding it (looking after an animal), i 272.2 Comm . is alaind feras in luadh `onset' (of a horse), RC xvii 143.24 (Tig.). ge do luaidhetar luadh fer played the part of men(?), Celt. Rev. iv 214.y . do luaidset luag n-agha, 218.9 . ? mairg laech arna luagh do luig / for cūl A. `after doing it', Ériu xviii 58 § 6.

With obj. gen. (of vn. etc.): tucad l.¤ forluamna fom I was swept off my feet(?), LL 273b43 . ó' dchonnarc Murchadh Sitric . . . gan luadh teithe aige with no notion of fleeing, Ériu i 87.18 . can luad aithni ar araili / 'con t-sluag `that host would not recognise each other', Hy Fiachr. 292.3 . fri luad síd ┐ córa to promote, Alex. 761 . re luadh ár leasa-ne, MR 308.1 . ag luadh léighinn studying (reciting?), SG 24.26 . ic luadh leiginn is Laidne, Flower Cat. 493.28 . Cf. (b) below.

In follg. taken by glossators as lóg: tincur a treibi do luag o'n meid adaimter i trebud, Laws v 284.29 .i. do cennach, 288.7 Comm . ? astud a lanluaid, Laws v 366.14 .i. . . . fola lan-loigi, 25 Comm .

(b) act of mentioning, telling of, discussing : ar l.¤ cacha láech-dreimme `after telling of each heroic folk', Met. Dinds. iv 24.z . Brigid do luadh do c[h]ind c[h]ruidh, Ériu xviii 58 § 6 . fri tuirim lūad Lagen-glonn to give a full account of (?), ZCP viii 118 § 32 . binn liom re luadh, Ériu xvi 134 § 46 . irdairc a lūad re labra a famous matter when mentioned, ZCP viii 113.24 . frit fath a [ṡ]lechta re luagh, BB 50b16 ( MacCarthy 420.y ). fácbait sin cen luad they ignore that, PH 7678 . luad saethaig `expression of a weary one' (name given in Briatharogham of Morann m. Máin to emancholl, letter ae), Auraic. 5612 . más leanb re luadh n-oidhreachta `being a young prince (chiefly) set on asserting his right to his inheritance', Aithd. D. 65.26 . gach neach ag a luagh ar ló all extol it, DDána 119.37 . gan síodh Íosa linn do luadh that we did not discuss (i.e. try to obtain) the peace of Jesus, Dán Dé xxvii 30 . an Colum Cille atámaoid do luadh annso, Keat. iii 1574 . ac lūadh astrolaice, Ir. Texts i 44.16 .

With prep. AR: adamra indrig naruam rath, / nimtha luad aran-ilar I cannot hope to mention, SR 7290 . gan luadh ar chaoi an dá chorrbhas `not to mention the two soft hands' sad plight', PBocht 3.26 . 's gan luagh ar éigse d'admháil, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 121.28 . gurab annamh bhíos luadh ná iomrádh ag mnaoi . . . ar an duine, TSh. 4254 . do rinne sé luadh ar m'ainm, Is. xlix 1 .

In phr. l.¤ ráid pronouncement, report, judgement : do gealladh leo—fa luadh ráidh `it came to nothing but words', Aithd. D. 23. 19 . lúadh ráidh `report', Ridgeway Essays 338.8 . an luadh ráidh `judgment', PBocht 27.22 . Cf. luadh glóir talking, DDána 60.26 .

(c) Freq. in chevilles: l.¤ nad cél, Thes. ii 290.6 . lūadh nād célam, Arch. iii 294 § 13 . luad nad indo, LL 4929 . l.¤ ṁbetha `a world's talk', Fél. Aug. 23 . luadh co nglaine, Snedgus u. MacR. 9 § 4 . lūad cūar, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 12 § 2. luad ṅdil, SR 369 . luad gan ges, BB 44b32 . ? lethan luad, SR 7974 . R. . . . mōr a l.¤ (fame?), Celtica iv 152 § 176 .

2 lúad

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n act of fulling (cloth): mas a naimsir luaidh tainic, trian inne[i]c[h] da rormacht a luadh do mnai, Laws ii 416.26 Comm . Note also: cetach in mairb do uisge-luagh, do luadh ar in uisce, gl. on aesclad, O'Dav. 170. On the surname Mac Luaidh (anglicized Fullerton) see Dhá Sg. Art. p. 84.

lúadaid

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x see 1 lúaidid, luïd.

lúadaige

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n (2 lúad): ūcaire, lúadhaighe `a fuller, a walker ', Eg. Gl. 613.

lúadail

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? lúadain

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ind ferait a l.¤ imbi / uissi áilli imrinni `larks . . . take flight', Liad. and Cuir. 14.22 (luadhain, liaduin, MSS).