lúaithred

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Forms: luaithre, illuaithred

n o,n. (lúaith) luaithre, Trompa na bhF. 1359 .

(a) ashes: illuaithred gl. in cinerem, Ml. 49c2 . co mboi . . . luaithred for a cennu, PH 983 . do-chuaidh ar tearmann an luaithridh (= sacco, 3 Reg. xxi 27 ), TSh. 7659. Of burnt or cremated bodies: loiscthi combu lúathred, LU 1722. cotinoiledh . . . luaithredh na corp, CCath. 3972 . 'ma luaithred chuirp in meic sin, TTebe 2259 . Of Ash Wednes- day: Cedaine Luaithredh na bliadhna sa, AU iii 346.16 . co cetain an luaithridh, ÉC i 87.16 .

(b) dust: sluicthi alluaithred gl. consummatur . . . a puluere, Ml. 76b5 . in sonartai (sic leg.) innamúr doforsailced hil- luaithred gl. in puluerem, 118d20 . cotarait magh nOi il- luaithred destroyed, AU i 494.13 . luathred na conar, TBC 5057 . ré lansalchar an luaithridh, TTebe 1092 . resa n-erigfe in cined doenna do luaithred in talman i llo bratha, PH 6395. Of persons, bodies, etc.: co nderna[d] min ┐ luaithred de, Lism. L. xxi 13 (see men). bá l.¤ fochétóir he turned to dust, Im. Brain 65 ( LU 10103 ). ar mbeith im luaith ┐ im luaithreadh dhamh, TSh. 430 = cinis et pulvis. do chre . . . ag inntogh chum luaithridh, ITS xxix 120.25 . do-ráitne sollse . . . for luaithred na marb, PH 1284.

lúaithremail

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n (lúaith) ashen: cuirp luaithreamhla, 23 K 42, 181.11 .

lúaithremán

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n (lúaith): ar son [gur] luathreamhān mé ┐ gur pēist bhocht . . . mē creature of the dust (?), Celtica ii 6.126 .

lúaitse

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x see lubaitse.

luam

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n n, m. (luí + agent suffix -am Celtica xxi 231 ). Disyll., Fél. Dec. 3 , cf. lúadam, LU 3800 ( SC 37 ). Monosyll., SR 6057. pilot, steersman : mad hé á luum (i.e. Spiritus Dei), Wb. 4a14 . sain écosc noe vel alii dicunt .i. l.¤ gl. celox, Sg. 69a24 . araid ┐ luamain, Laws v 108.21 . mid do . . . luamnaib, YBL 419b33 ( Petrie Tara 203.14 ). l.¤ is deach bai i nEiriu .i. eter Erinn ┐ Albain, BB 254a5 . l.¤ Ladhrand, BR 202.7 `Ladru the steersman', BR² 167 . Ladru lúam, Ériu iv 160.7 . l.¤ na táiden (Moling), SG 383.15 . ? ar cid alless issa llūam nottlūathar air, ZCP viii 104.2 . luamh .i. luamhaire, no loingseoir, O'Cl.

Extended applications: lām .i. lúam in c[h]uirp, Corm. Y 806 . L. lūam na lergge pilot of the battlefield, Bruchst. i 5 § 2. l.¤ laidi leader of song (David), SR 6057 . Molling l.¤ na fírinne, SG 367.10 . lúam gaiscid géir `pilot of the sharp weapon', Met. Dinds. iii 156.1 . Of an abbot: Macc-óige . . . l.¤ Liss móir, Fél. Dec. 3 , whence l.¤ .i. ab, O'Dav. 1171. Cf. fa bhonnaibh an easpuig nō i leabaidh an luaimh (with gl. luaimh .i. abadh), Ó Bruad. iii 170.x . d'imig do luamh is do riail (to a ruined church), Measgra D. 59.61 (= luaim, Hard. ii 240.9 ).

Compds. ¤chles: la Féin Luagne na lluam-chless `of the pre-eminent deeds', Mac Carthy 202.z . ¤geilt: lúamgheilt, Buile S. 102.4 . (luaith-, v.l.). ¤lann: for lāechraid Lagen na lūamland `of active blades', Arch. Hib. ii 60 § 26 = L. Cl. A. Buidhe 19.2 .

lúamain

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Forms: luamna, lúamhain

n (cf. luïd) trisyll., Ériu xviii 12 § 7. ? g s. luamna, ZCP iii 222 § 2. lúamhain f., IGT Decl. § 13.

(a) movement, motion : teit [diabul] isin dam . . . cotarut luamain fói caused it to move, LB 120a22 . In vague sense: luamain ┐ adaltras, BB 498b23 ( IT ii 106 ) = forluamain `Unstätigkeit', Alex. 908.

(b) act of flying, flight : in trén as luaithiu l.¤ for bith, LU 2478 ( RC iv 256 § 24 ). luamain en Linne Sailech, BB 267a36 = etseact re luamain engiall, BR 6.2 . ic luamain ┐ ic lain-eitelaigh, MR 318.23 . luamoin cen itte, O'Mulc. 764 (prov. of a hopeless undertaking). luamhain eoin gan eitibh, Content. xxv 11.

(c) Freq. in phr. for, ar l.¤ in motion, moving . Of parts of the body: trí lamha leis ar lúamhain `swinging', Duan. Finn ii xxxvi 8 . a theanga ar luth, ┐ ar luamain `vibrating', MR 180.17 . da rigconnill . . . ar lasad ┐ ar luamain ina chind `flaming and flashing' (i.e. the eyes), Ann. Conn. 1256.6 . Of birds, etc. flying, in flight : in t-enamar cachnaitir for alluamuin (birds), IT i 136.z . inna heonu for luamain, LU 5159 . bés éoin ar luamain, TBC 3615 . na hanmand . . . for luamain i rrichtaib aṅgel, RC xxi 376.5 . stét . . . for luamain ┐ eitellaig `prancing and bounding', Grail 1917 . Note also: in long ar luamain (Moling), SG 383.9 . samhailt nathrach . . . ar luamhain, Keat. iii 2370.

Compd. ¤teine: ina naén breó lasrach ┐ luamhain-teinedh flickering fire, FM vi 2012.8 .

lúamaire

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n io, m. = luam (see Celtica xxi 232 ): T. ainm in luamaire, LL 219a36 ( TTr. 162 ). luamaire luṅga Duind, LL 1630 . luamairi . . . milgitan, Petrie Tara 207.7 . luamaire na luingi, TTebe 2044 . M. . . . .lúamhaire is dech robhí . . . a n-iarthar domain, Cóir Anm. 156 . Cruimhther Loga a luamaire (of Patrick), FM i 140.3 . luthmar in luamhaire / ar lamach long, IGT Metr. Faults § 49 . gur bhó samhail . . . do luing gan luamh- aire (of a hopeless case), FM v 1792.6 . saoruidh sí luing gan luamhair (: buadhaibh), Aithd. D. 88.12 (see notes). luamh .i. luamhaire, no loingseoir, O'Cl.

Extended uses: isin glind co craebaighi / cerba grind in luamaire hero(?), Acall. 4879 . lúamairi . . . donn áirc na hegailsi, ZCP xii 374.7 = luamaire lanfertamail dond arc inna hecailse eitir tonnaib ant soedail, RC xlvi 240.19 .

lúamairecht

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n (lúamaire)

(a) act of piloting, navigating, steering a way : lantuargned na loṅg ica Iuamairecht, LL 236a15 ( TTr. 1418 ). gu rabhadar tri cet long ag[a?] luamairecht don laéchraid `till they had three hundred ships under way', Ériu viii 18.1 . dogén luamairecht ládhaig / in churaig, SG 344.11 . conar lamhadh a luamhaireacht la méd an anfaidh, FM iii 90.5 . Metaph. is duit ata i tairrṅgiri stiuir th'athar do luamaireacht to take over the helm from your father (to a prince), Ériu xvi 84.80 . mo long id láimh da luamhoireacht, Dán Dé xxx 1 . luamhoireacht loisi an tsaoghail to steer a way through life's glitter, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 175.85 .

(b) In wider sense of guiding , directing, wielding, manipu- lating, etc.: niurt Dé dom l.¤ `to pilot me', Thes. ii 356.6 . is lindi luamaireacht in laich-sea this hero's career is our concern, TTebe 2547 . ag luamhairecht a rīghi ruling his kingdom, Fl. Earls 222.12 . do lamh 'got' luamairecht `to guide', MR 296.4 . an lámharm do bhí ré luamaireacht iona leábaidh for wielding, ML 126.22 . luamaireacht idir dhá theinidh (prov. of a difficult task), 80.y . conna gebether ar l.¤ lám dó anechtair the free movement of the arms, LU 6387 (see TBC 2529 ).

In the follg. the sense seems closer to that of lúamain: int-en . . . is treisi lúamhairecht fá neimh, RC xxiv 381.9 . tabhair gluasacht ┐ luamhaireacht ar in gcorp, 23 K 42, 45.5 . Perh. also: comas luamairechta a tengad, PH 2655.

lúamairid

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v (lúamaire) pilots, steers: luamain .i. luamaired na het[h]air, Laws v 108.29 Comm .

luamann

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x see lúabu.

luamda

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n (luam): L. l.¤ ` abbatial ', Gorm. June 1 . L. l.¤ ` piloting ', Oct. 2.