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 .

lúarda

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(lúar) adj. of vaguely pejorative meaning, perh. rough, grim, uncouth ; lethnaib, lúathaib, lúardaib lac (of an army), SR 6791 . ni ba glorach graigechda / luarda co lerggaib lasrach (of the Friday before resurrection of the dead), 8188 . co scretaib ┐ égmib luardaib `pitiable(?)', PH 8305. lēic ūait do lot[h]rad lūarda! / lēic do c[h]odlad is do c[h]aemda, ZCP vi 265 § 16 . trí teangtha liosda luardha `sluggish tongues', ML 120.6 . banscál nar luardha re a lind / máthair Chuana mheic Miodhairn, Ir. Texts iv 93.3 .

lúardacht

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ind (lúarda): eochair liúda l.¤ , ZCP vi 270 § 11.

lúas

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Forms: lúais, lúais, lúasa, lúass

n [u and o, m.] (lúath). a d s. lúais, IT iii 81 § 58 (: gluais), SR 7938 (: uais), TBC 3374. m., g s. lúais and lúasa. IGT Decl. § 38 . an lúass , Abstr. Nouns § 63. Cf. luathas, Eochairsg. 60.14 .

Swiftness, speed : manbad a l.¤ tísa ammach had I not come out so quickly, LU 3771 ( SC 34 ). ro boí di l.¤ ind érma ronuc C. so rapidly did C. travel, LU 8573 ( FB 43 ). a gripe ┐ a luas dothet, RC iii 183.26 . tancatar in luas-sa, PH 6928 . i ll.¤ na gaithi like the wind, TBC 3795 . la ro luas retha na haine, Laws i 156.11 Comm . l.¤ for análaib panting, RC xxiv 382.2 . déana luas make haste, PBocht 27.43 . adhbhar luais, 26.4 . ní léire luas ná moille, O'Hara 3915 . luas cumscaithi, Ir. Astr. Tr. 16.2 . conach dechaidh aénfer beó ar thoradh luais ná lámhaigh by running or fighting, Comp. Con C. 120.10 . 'sgurb é luas a n-ech rug an marcshluagh as the host was saved by the fleetness of their horses, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 18.28 . ní tráth luais `thoughtlessness', A. O'Dálaigh xxvii 9 . Med. luas gaili flux of the bowels, O'Gr. Cat. 194.11 . luas an croidhe palpitation, C iv 2, 31 vb17 . In adv. phr. ar l.¤ swiftly, LU 8268 ( FB 21 ), Duan. Finn ii 172 § 17 . fó luas, Oss. iv 184.8 .

lúasat

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x see slúasat.