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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.

2 lúan

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Forms: lén

n in phr. l.¤ láith. Perh. 1 lúan in sense of radiance, light . First element also lón (and lon?), lonn, lonna. Second element also irgaile, láich. See én gaile s. lén. Used of some kind of radiation(?) above the head of a warrior in battle. `Krieger-Mond', Heldensage 130 . `Sorte d'auréole qui ne s'effacera qu'à sa mort', Sjoestedt-Jouval. Études Celt. i 12. See also Hennessy, RC i 51 - 2 . fer find . . . / lūan láith i n-airthiur a chind, TBC² 59 . atrecht in lūan lāth asa mullach, 397 . ūair rod leblaing a lon lāith, TBC² 1450 = LU 5916 . atracht in l.¤ láith asa étun comba sithethir remithir airnem nócláich, TBC² 1956 = LU 6471 . no co ticed a lón láith, 10154 . lond láith i n-airthiur a chind, TBC 257 (see p. 374 n. 4 , xxxi ). co ra-chomthócbaiset a lonna láith ósa cleithib, LL 239b43 ( TTr. 1707 ). gur eirigh a lon irgaile uas[a] anail, ZCP vi 44.6 . atraracht an lon láich asa éton, TTr.² 1473 . lónn laoich, Comp. Con C. 103.x . an tan do fhásfadh lonn laoich Luighdheach `when his warrior frenzy should come upon Lughaidh', Keat. ii 4529. As compd. tarlaic Find a lía 'sa n-áth / ón uair tánic a lond-láth `fury- fit', Met. Dinds. iv 42.30 . ?Hence l.¤ without qualifying wd. warrior: ós lepaid Lugdaig in lúain, Met. Dinds. iii 230.51 . ingen Lennglais Lúain, iv 230.9 . l.¤ .i. laoch, O'Cl. is immdai sond tuairgne irgaile ┐ cathluan cathaise `Kampf- lichter', Alex. 299 . tri cathluain glana, Anecd. ii 61.19 . ? dream danar luain gan friuarad (: cruaidh) `crowds of ready Danars, without cessation', Cog. 112.y . an luan árd, 23 E 26, 245 .

3 lúan

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n son (B. na f.): geata na luan ag tadhg `although he is as a son to a poet', ZCP iii 378.3 .i. mac, 381 . l.¤ .i. mac, v 483 § l . luan Deaa .i. mac Aodha, 485 § 5 . feachoir mo luan rem lesmac, Arch. iii 310.1 . dal ena tar lua[n] .i. uisque tar naeidin, Amra Con Roí cited Met. Gl. p. 92 , cf. ZCP xii 361.1 . on Cosnumach luan Flanncatha, Flower Cat. 476.33 . na luan .i. na mac, H.3.18 p. 210 . O'Cl. Cf. lubán (luan, O'Dav. 1189 ).

4 lúan

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n dog, hound : `luan' ar chonuib, Met. Gl. 12 § 16. Cf. lubán.

5 lúan

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n Various unexpld. exx.: l.¤ no so con .i. fionn, Goid. 77 ( Dúil Laithne 160 ). Of a spear: le Feargna in gaei leathain luain, Ériu x 78 § 21 (cf. 2 l.?). assallais luan (.i. ondi is laus), ZCP iii 222 § 2 (cf. 1 and 2 l.?). táinic Feidlimidh flaith luain `destroying chief', Caithr. Thoirdh. 123.36 (n. loc.?). As n. pr. dá Lūan, TBC² 1372 ( LU 5843 ).

6 lúan

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x see lón.

luán

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x see lubán.

? luanair

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ind mar do fhuair se fis bhreiti na naisling ┐ l.¤ an re, C iv 2, 7v2 .

lúar

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ind luar .i. borb, O'C. 109 ( H.3.18, 71b ). O'Mulc. 787.

? lúaraid

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ind adroracht lucht ceara ceolaigh / go rige aird fíru feda luaraidh, IT iii 87 § 95 . co craeib luaraid `to the native stem', Hy Fiachr. 214.8 .