? lúaga

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ind for Echaid luathaib luagha / ri tuathaibh tuaga Tuathail, BB 45a30 .

lúagaillech

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adj o, ā (lúagal) moving, active : do bhrigh iad-san do bheith . . . luaighailleach = agissans (of angels), Trompa na bhF. 6440 . fer glic gaosmar gudhanach línach luaigh- illech `versatile', Caithr. Thoirdh. 132.19 . Bréifni na mbreath luaidhilleach, O'R. Poems 114 `wavering', Gloss. síoth- chrobh meór rólag is luaidhleach trácht a hand moving deftly at embroidery, Hackett xxi 47 .

? lúagair

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n in esargain ┐ in luagair ` retribution ', Aen. 1402.

lúagal

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Forms: luaghaile, luáidhilli, luaigilla, lúaghal, lúaghall, lúaighel, lúaighell, lúaghail, lúaghaill, lúaghil, lúaighill

n [ā], f. (1 lúa+ gal?). Freq. also with -d- and with -ll and with pal. -g- and -d-. g s. luaghaile, ZCP i 137 , luáidhilli, Ir. Texts ii 81 § 26 , luaigilla, Grail 1829 . lúaghal, lúaghall, lúaighel, lúaighell f., IGT Decl. § 12. lúaghail, lúaghaill, lúaghil, lúaighill f., § 42 .

(a) movement, motion, activity, work : ara baethair baísi ┐ ara luagaill rebartha, LL 230a16 ( TTr. 951 ). is í an luadhail bhíos ar bun (of sin), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxix 3 . do ghabh lúaigheall áigh Émann, IGT Decl. ex. 597 . ón luaighill do niam anos by the way I gad about(?), Dán Dé ix 5 . don luaighill chedna, a chruth tais, / Caislen na Finde fuaruis, Ir. Texts ii 101 § 36 . baoi sidhe a cethair . . . do laithibh ar an luaghaill sin `moving about', FM vi 2230.3 . ní hé amháin a bhfioghair . . . achd a luaighill not only in appearance but in motion, O'Hussey TC 22.20 . luadail na laechloingsi progress, Leb. Gab. 80.22 . luagaill na bó, BNnÉ 138.12 . d'fognad gach cleth dá luaduill `by his energy' (of a good chief), Caithr. Thoirdh. 32.z . m'uile ghnīomha ┐ luadhaill, Parrth. Anma 513.

With prep. AR: go mbí aigneadh an pheacthaigh ar lúth ┐ ar luadhaill fluttering hither and thither, TSh. 1677 . sleagh shídh ar luaighill na láimh waving a wand of peace, Rel. Celt. ii 224.28 . dom mearughadh lé ar luaghal, Aithd. D. 91.10 . a charn luatha ar luaghal `verfliegender Aschenhaufen', ZCP ii 584.15 .

As vn. budh hiomdha ag lúadhoil, um thegh na tolchosa, / sgorchosa greagh moving about, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 148.75 . fiú luadhail bhur bhfaghla féin / th'uamhan go dtarla ar gach tír carrying out your foray(?), 233.57 . a lámh do luadhaill, TSh. 7412 . dá luasgadh nó dhá luadhaill, 879 .

(b) power of movement, vigour, energy : céim fa lagfaidhe ar luaighill, DDána 104.1 . luadhaill na gcos power to move the feet, Trompa na bhF. 170 . o scaras rem luadhail, Maguires of F. 88 . a fhir delbda as lánmhaith luadaill, SG 353.12 . a's mé gan luadhail `without vigor', Oss. iii 232.20 .

(c) In more abstr. senses. Of legal proceedings: a ndul . . . do luaghaill a n-aghaidh a cheile co teach Iarla Cille-dara . . . do bi i na Iustis `to plead against each other', AU iii 354.8 . In Trompa na bhF. transl. Fr. mouvement in sense of impulse, mental tendency, etc. (see Vocab.): leanan gach n-aon luagh- aill a ghrádh . . . féin = mouvemens, Trompa na bhF. 1617 . luadhaill aigne, 4493 .

luaichtech

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adj (2 lóichet) resplendent: do liïc luaichtech málgel 'your resplendent, princely-white stone' Ériu li 185.1 . Cf. lúa(i)cht(h)ide

lúa(i)cht(h)ide

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adj io, iā (cf. 1 lóch, lúachda, etc.) shining, resplendent, bright : luaichtidiu .i. aittoitech .i. giul gl. pro praesentia Dei fulgida, Ml. 40d4 . i flaith ligaig luachtidi (luachtigi, MS), Ériu ii 108.15 . da nem luachtidi lasardha, 110.1 . co suilibh luachthidhibh, 118.19 . coicetal inna n-en forordai luachtide, 122.1 . grian gel inderg dithsir réim ṅglas rotha resair esce foleth luigther in luachthaidiu amser tria torromu, LL 14211. ? for luachthétib lannaib (-thithib, -tetib, -théibh, -teitibh v.ll.) `on white-hot gridirons', Fél. Prol. 40.

lúaid

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v moves etc. see luïd.

lúaide

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n m. the metal lead : plumbum .i. in luaidhe, RC ix 240.3 . Ir. Gl. 60. 788 . coire do linad . . . ho luaide, PH 1264. livida (sc. urina) mar dath an luaighe, 23 K 42, 162 . sal in luaidhi, Arch. i 328 § 87 . méin luádi, ZCP xi 85 § 39b . in luadi letrom robris cach tren (of a band of warriors), Cog. 160.9 . Freq. as attrib. g s.: comrair luadi, PH 1276. mill luaidi, Aen. 1065 . sab luaigi, LB 151b45 . do ṡund luaige with a leaden club, KMMisc. 144.6 . dí thábaill lúadi, PH 1080. Of bullets: co na bpúdar, ┐ co na luaidhe, FM v 1662.7 . pūdar is luaigh, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 10.16 . As roofing material: in damliac . . . cona tuighi do luaidhe, AU i 546.1 . cenn luaighi fair (of a church), Fl. Earls 220.10 . dār leagh don luaidhe, Butler P. 2059 `leaden castles(?)', Notes. With múr (precise application not clear): múr luaidi for lassad, IT i 181.31 ( FA 17. g s. of lúaith ashes (?), Wi.). luaidhe gach mhúir Ghallda tré ghoirmtheinidh, Aithd. D. 4.4 (not transl.). See murluaith, lúaith.

Plummet, plumb-line : 'iar léigeann an luáide síos, Acts xxvii 28 . plumma luáighe, Is. xxviii 17.

lúaidemail

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Forms: luaidheamhail

adj (lúaide) leaden: luaidheamhail gl. plumbeus, Ir. Gl. 609 . dath luaigheamail, 23 K 42, 68.20 .

1 lúaidid

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v (1 lúad).

I

(a) moves across, traverses, goes along : alaind lúadam luades blai handsome the pilot who navigates the plain, LU 3800 ( SC 37 ). ní luadfitís sligi nduilb, MU² 428 . T. . . . lúaded leirg, Met. Dinds. i 6.22 . fēgh na daena gurab conair cert nolūaidhe, Arch. iii 295 § 31 . D. . . . do luaidh aistear `famous for his marches', Ó Bruad. i 44.6 .

(b) moves, transports . With refl. inf. pron.: nirosluaid asindoenairm (: sluaig) moved not from the one place (of the sun), SR 5112. With various objects: eich rolúaidhedh guided horses, Cóir Anm. 163 (gl. Conall Ech-lúath). ? ní rolúaide, línib tor, / a imchoss nó a immarchor (a horse), Met. Dinds. iii 454.57 . in gaeth glas / luaighes innaigh, IT iii 17 § 45 . roluaidhiset a corp carried away, Buile S. 128.27 . ní ḟaca fear amhail Ch. / dar luaidh arm who brandished weapons, Content. i 4.

(c) sets in motion, brings about, initiates, instigates (of actions, etc.): intan luaithfider a chaingen som gl. cum iudicium eius agitari coeperit, Ml. 57c7 . garbae adbae . . . i llūaidet mnā trogain tress `Kampf führen', Sits 1919, 98 § 19 . Lugh luaighed gail practised valour, ZCP xii 245 § 4. cond fine luaides gaire `who undertakes maintenance', Ériu xi 68.28 . conadh í comairle ro lúaidsett `plotted', CCath. 3868 . cúiger laech luaidios ferga, SG 151.1 . cor o ró laimh luis .i. in cor do luaidhis ót laim, O'C. 2409 ( Eg. 88, 32(33)a ). creach Gránard do luaidheadh libh `thou didst decide on', Magauran 407 . With cogn. accus. do luaidset luag n-agha n-aill `they fought other fights equally glorious', Celt. Rev. iv 218.9 do luaidhetar luadh fer, 214.34 .

(d) incites, disturbs, vexes (persons): intīlongus in-āine manip galar nodlūaidi unless distressed by illness, ZCP xii 296.15 . nos luaded demun she was possessed by the devil, Fing. R. 1012. ? nīmlūaidfed mes(?) ara ṅdath, ZCP viii 217.12 . In phr. nacham lúaid do not vex me: nachamluaid dot' baethbriatraib, SR 3186 . [a] Flaind line nachamlūaidh, ZCP viii 107.5 . a L.¤ nacham luaid, LL 18195 . a macán nám luaid `do not vex me', Ériu xviii 18 § 29.

(e) Intrans. moves, goes : ind lochta lūaidset din t-ṡlait, Met. Dinds. iii 252.135 . gach lathair inar luaidhestair, MR 284.9 .

II Mentions, adverts to; utters, proclaims; discusses : lūaidfe molthu Maicc Maire (luathfe v.l.), Hy. vi 17 . a molad . . . / lúaidfidir láedib limmsa, Thes. ii 295.7 . ? luaidit duinn treb cura, O'Dav. 700 . is hē . . . luaitir lat, Fing. R. 765. luadit gormraind `whom glowing (?) verses praise', Arch. Hib. ii 74 § 61 . dāla Choirpre . . . immorro lūaiter sunn, ZCP xiii 171.16 . ní lúaidinn nech ina écmais, Tec. Corm. 16.24 . dontí luaides ┐ frisa luaiter (of wisdom), Alex. 816 . na ro-luaidemm bréicc that we lie not, PH 6879 . Latindai .i. luaidit inni, Auraic. 354 (etymol. gl.). and luaitis . . . certa ┐ cána in cóicid `would discuss', Met. Dinds. iii 18.213 . ? cia nomluaide tibri tonn, Rawl. 82b19 . na luadh ainbfine ar Eirinn `a stranger race ne'er name as having any right to I.', O'Gr. Cat. 392.25 . bean do luaidheadh fa ḟear uile, DDána 32.19 `a woman espoused to all men', Ir. Monthly 1929, 595 . tlás na leith ó luaidhfidhir `since he will be charged with weakness', Content. xx 2 . ra luaidetar in laid sea they recited, MR 202.14 . o da luaigimiur d'aixes na fiabrus, RC xlix 7 § 2 . cech úair do luaidhfidhe na trí maola, TBC p. 887 n. 9 . ro luaidhedh siothcháin go cend dá mhíos `was proclaimed', FM vi 1988.16 .

Freq. as alliterating expletive in verse: mac Bomma Licci luadmi, LL 21074 . ingen Luchair glain lúaidimm `whom I celebrate', Met. Dind. iii 286.12 . il-Luachair luatis curaid `which heroes used to celebrate,' RC xxiii 304 § 1 . levita a grēc, lūater lib / minister isin laitein a noteworthy fact, ZCP viii 113.29 . epscoip C. / al-laa nos-luadeb I shall honour their day, Gorm. Oct. 3.

Cf. lúaite.

? 2 lúaidid

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ind issaeur infer not luaidhi (not luaide, v.l.) `he who fulls it', PRIA lv 98 § 21. See 2 lúad.