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.

lúamnach, lúaimnech

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Forms: luaimneach

adj o, ā (lúamain). In later lang. with unlen. -m-, see Duan. Finn Gloss . (but luaimneach: roúaibh- reach, ii 84 § 63 ). luaimneach, Eg. Gl. 428.

(a) volatile, flying, fluttering, moving, active. etc. Of birds and animals: sénais inn ēn lūamnech (luamnach v.l.), Hy. v 64 . ech . . . lúamnach prancing, LU 8659 ( FB 49 ). aire ad luamnaigh (of bees), Laws iv 114.24 Comm . nathraig lúamnig `flying serpents', Ériu ii 196.4 . is é an aicil luaimnech, TBC St. 4423. Of persons: fri L. lúamnach, Met. Dinds. iii 200.24 . Molling luaimnech, SG 385.41 (see Éigse vi 97 ). ar in ri luamnach din leirg, Ériu vii 222.14 . L. lúaimhneach `the Swift', Duan. Finn ii 142 § 6 (L. Luath, Acall. 6581 ). Various applications: cearchaill theineadh . . . / 'na sgeimheal leathtruim luaimneach, Aithd. D. 3. 18 . lasracha luaimneca leaping flames, ÉC i 86.27 . meinig do chuir lúib luaimhnigh `dashing raid', O'Hara 1690 . sūile . . . luaimh- neacha, ZCP i 127.27 . na longa . . . luaimnecha, CF 35. ó luasgadh luaimneach na locht, TSh. 9545. ? o mhuigh lupcomlumach luamnach, IT iii 98 § 159 . scíath luaimnech, RC xxi 164 n.17 . Adv. gu hoband ┐ gu luaimneach (of bleeding), 23 P 10³, 22b20 .

(b) In more abstr. sense of restless, wavering, inconstant : tairismig, ni bat lúamnaig, SR 4395 . fear luaimhnioch as linn 's as libh, KMMisc. 246.13 . na bi luaimneach a timchill in chlaustra, ITS xxix 199.33 . biaidh an tothar co luaimhnec, gan collad. Rosa Ang. 228.3 . oir bid in teinnes and sin etrum, luaimnech on inadh co ceile, 182.10 . atá mo chroidhe lúaimneach `my heart panteth', Ps. xxxviii 10.

Superl. gurab í an fhearg is luaimnidhe, Párl. na mB. 2110 . id bhaoth-theangaidh . . . ór luaimnighe an glór of liveliest voice, Keat. Poems 310 . aon mhac saxanaigh ba luaimnighe láin aisttrighe, FM v 1736.1 .

See etarlúamnach, folúaimnech.

lúamnacht

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Forms: luamnacht

n (luam): luamnacht ` pilotage ' (in dán-ogam), Auraic. 5798 . is tre luaimneacht croidhe . . . nach móthuigh- míd duairceas . . . ár n-anama, De Imit. 37 .

lúamnaide

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ind (lúamain): is lúamnaidi a ngléo lively is their contention, MU² 479.

lúamnaige

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Forms: lúamnuighe, lúaimnighe

n (lúamnach). lúamnuighe, lúaimnighe, IGT Abstr. Nouns § 81 . gríos fheirge as uaibhrighe bruth / feirrde luaimnighe a lasrach the fierceness of its flame, DDána 108.7 . teindis bis a cengul na lamh ┐ na mer maille hatmuirecht o luaimhnighi in adbuir mobility, Rosa Ang. 320.12 . éagfaid an éanlaith dá luaimnighe dhóibh however fast they fly, Keat. Poems 326.

lúamnaigid

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v (lúamain) moves rapidly, waves, flutters : ce ret not luamnaighther, LL 187b25 gl. cid fotlaimthersa `what is it that thou undertakest?' RC xxvi 24 § 89 . ro luaimnigset a ó-doirrsi eistechta `quickened', MR 232.8 = ro-luathaigsid, LL 409b6 . ra-chuclaigetar a crideda, ┐ ra-luamnaigsetar a ruisc `fluttered', CRR 39 . do luáimnigh íad mar afráil luáimnighthe `waved them', Lev. viii 27 . luaimneach (leg. luaimnigh) Eg. Gl. 428.

1 lúan

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n o. l.¤ m., IGT Decl. § 96.

(a) In follg. perh. moon: for soilsi samluain `summer-moon', RC xxvi 28 § 113 (cf. samgrian s. l sam). i fescur ḟagmair find-lúain `on a radiant evening in harvest', Met. Dinds. iii 460.4 (innuair, v.l.). cath sléibe Femin find-lúain, 462.34 (-búain, v.l.). Cf. perh. also luanlus `moonwort', Hog. Luibhl. See 2 lúan.

(b) In various expressions meaning Monday (see Jn. Celt. St. i 144 ). With 3 día: co sorcha lái dia lúain, Ériu ii 208.1 . dialuain, SR 8054 . co hanteirt día lúain, LU 1919 `to Monday forenoon', RC x 60.1 . día lúain, Met. Dinds. iv 150.46 . Cf. cech laithi luain, IT iii 16.11 . laithe cach luain, Rawl. 115b9 . l.¤ Monday : die .i. hi luan gl. secunda sabbati, Ml. 67c18 . luan gl. feria secunda, Thes. ii 41.29 . ó l.¤ gl. dies lunae, 30 . l.¤ do br(e)ithemnacht, Críth Gabl. 544 . luan ┐ mairt, Ériu xvii 74 § 3 ( Laws iv 216.31 Comm .). eusga mar Luan .i. deach, Auraic. 3533 (correspondence of days of the week and divisions of prosody). With other words indicating points of time: aidche lúoin `Sunday night', Mon. Tall. 131.7 (see adaig). in luan iar samain the (first) Monday after S., LU 4592 ( TBC² 81 ). ó luan taite ṡamna, TBC 2900 . 3186 . on l.¤ re samuin 2472 . is menic intan bis cain domnach luan alaind inna diaid, RC xxvi 29 n.3 . is-in domnach indíu . . . is-in luan iar n-a barach, PH 4508 . in luan baoi ar a gcinn, Fl. Earls 146.22 . luan inite Shrove Monday , Laud 610, 25a (Plummer MS. notes). Luan Béaltaine the first Monday in May, Keat. i 212.7 .

Very freq. in phrases meaning doomsday, day of judgement (based on belief that world is to end on a Sunday, see RC xiii 122 , V. SS. Hib. ii 198 n. ). Orig. perh. l.¤ brátha: il-l.¤ brātha, ZCP vii 309.11 . co l.¤ mbrátha, Met. Dinds. iii 374.103 . Luan an bhráith, PBocht 10.45 . l.¤ laithi bratha, RC xxviii 316.24 . luan laethe (laithe?) an bhrátha, Dán Dé v 14 . Hence lá an lúain: i ló an luain, Aithd. D. 51.5 . lá ar Luainne, PBocht 3 . l.¤ is é ár lá luain in lá soin (i.e. the day of our chieftain's death), Caithr. Thoirdh. 58.35 . l.¤ doomsday: ciamét bliadan cobrath . . . / cia haes esca forsind l.¤? SR 7964 . Luan an tslóghcuiridh, Aithd. D. 72.2 . Rí an Luain ag breith an bháire, DDána 10.30 . géir-bhreith an luain, Keat. Poems 370.

With equivocal meaning (Monday, doomsday) in tale of how Moling obtained remission of the Bórama (see V. SS. Hib. lxxxii , cxxxiv n. 5 , ii 198 ): cairddi (respite) 'mán ṁBorrama co lL.¤ . . . co dia Lúain . . . uair Luan lathi bratha atbert in clerech, RC xiii 106 § 137 , 110 - 12 § 152 . in luansa . . . / bid é luan Moling . . . ní luan trátha fois / acht luan brátha brais, SG 386.19 , 21 . cairde co l.¤ . . . an tucc- saidh . . . cairde co ll.¤ damhsa? Tucsam . . . Co ll.¤ laithe brátha, Moling 60.64 . san chairde . . . go Luan, ┐ is é L. do thuig Moling Luan laoi an B[h]rátha, Keat. ii 3993.

Compds. ¤athchosánach: anuas gus in laithe lanordraic luan-athcosanach, MR 98.18 `bringing the reproaches of dooms- day', Plummer MS. notes. ¤bráth: co tí in lathe bas l., Met. Dinds. iii 410.18 . ¤chor: Luanchar Dé do mheas na marbh doomsday compact, DDána 29.23 . ¤chrech: luainchreach `utter spoliation', O'Gr. Cat. 571.23 . luainchreach leanbh `the dire ruin of children', E. O'Rahilly 132.181.