lúathgáir

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x etc. see lúthgáir, etc.

? lúathrath

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ind luathrath .i. imsompath la dene sech fine, O'C. 874 ( H.3.18, 392b ). luathrath .i. rath ernar iar fuilliucht athar ┐ seanathar. No hi fuilliucht set is luathrath insin ara luaithe do roraid somuine .i. doscomtet fo cetoir, O'C. 878 - 9 ( H.3.18 394a ). `? hereditary stock', Plummer MS. notes.

lúathrinde

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n (cf. 1 rind) Name of an ornament or motif in engraving: plectas .i. lamrinda nó luathrinda .i. ligatura inter diuersas picturas ( 3 Reg. vii 29 ), Thes. i 1.30 . foscerd īarom imonsech fo c[h]osmailess lūathrinde, Corm. Y 323 = Corm. 13 s.v. Coire brecain. tréde nemthigedar sáer: dlúthud cen fomus, cen fescred, lúd lúadrinna, béimm fo chommus, Triads 118 . luaithrindi ainm in renna sin, Ériu v 72.20 (where lúaith and 1 lúath are given as alternatives for the first element). See xi 54 . ? luathrainn .i. luaittear a rannaib, O'Cl.

lúath(ug)ad

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[u, m.] vn. of lúathai(gi)d. act of hastening, accelerating, expediting : ar daigin luathaighthi thairis `for the purpose of more expeditious passing', Laws v 208.4 (Comm. on teallach nae cu mbaidter, 206.3 ). Usually with obj. gen.: más ar daigin luathaighthe in míl as in cuithi to get the animal more quickly out of the pit (in comm. on slán cach esid), O'Don. 1568 ( H.5.15, 4b ). mas ar daighin luathaighthi in aenaigh (in comm. on blai each oenach), O'C. 921 ( H.3.18, 404 ) `in order to reach the a. quickly', Plummer MS. notes. do bhadhas . . . ac luathadh báis m'anma fein trithu, ITS xxix 207.14 . cognamh . . . dár luathughadh go neamh to help us on our way to heaven, Mac Aingil 5082 . Cf. lúaite.

lúb

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n (with unlen. -b) ā, f. ( Ériu xxxii 173 ) loop. ring, circle : do dhéna tú lúba do ghorm, Ex. xxvi 4. Of link of chain: an dá lúib do bhí ar cheann an tslabhra, Keat. ii 6301. amhuil thairngios gach l.¤ don tshlabhradh l.¤ eile 'na diaidh, Mac Aingil 754 . slabhra trí l.¤ , Eochairsg. 38.13 . ar mbeith cuibhrighthe i lúbaibh na leisge, TSh. 1321. Equated with cris: ro bui cris . . . iarnaighi . . . cengailti ina medhon, ┐ carrtha . . . cloichi cengailti don luib lanmoir-sin, ZCP vi 285.36 . a ghille 's a l.¤ 'n-a láimh, / ag súd inn-ne dot fhágbháil (of the world), DDána 50.1 . In phrase cluiche lúibe (is líathróite) hurling (so called from the bent willow used as a goal, Ériu xxxii 173-74 ): dual d'Énri as a óige / cluiche lúibe is liathróide, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 170.122 . le cluithe luibe et líathroid, RC xvi 27.4 . trí cluithe luibi, Duan. Finn i 33.29 . ac cluichi lúibe ┐ liathróidi, CF² 757 In phrase i lúib: rucc mac meic D. orra i lúib na Sucae `at a sinuous winding', FM vi 2040.10 . ar sccáth muine, ┐ i lúib tuimm `under the shelter of a shrubbery', 2196.15 . Of hair curl: a fholt na lub, Ir. Texts. ii 69.7 . na lúba ar lí an óir, DDána 8.4 . a Fhionn- Mhuire a fholt na l.¤ , A. Ó Dálaigh xxxii 15. Cf. cíarog na lub (of dead pig), Ir. Texts i 27.18 . Hence girl: bheith cúiteach re lúbaibh gan lasair náire maidens , Ó Bruad. iii 42.4 . a l.¤ na séud, Hard. i 58.5 .

In transfd. sense: meinig do chuir lúib luaimhnigh / . . . tre dheargdhoire . . . caoilshleadh `a dashing raid in a circle', O'Hara 1690 . l.¤ fhionn-ard-ghlan na nglac ngeal (of Ireland), Keat. Poems 1139. Frequ. deceit, subterfuge : saoghal na l.¤ , Aithd. D. 51.15 . do chim go bhfuilir le lubuibh amhuil shionnaigh you can double like a fox, Luc. Fid.² 4320 . liosta a l.¤ sa leadán, Ó Bruad. iii 202.15 . As attrib. gen.: immram luipe laechlestair course, Aisl. MC 39.24 = imram lupe laochlesto[i]r, 121.30 .

Compds. ¤gal: lúbghal darab gar a goimh (of wiles of the world), DDána 53.24 . ? ¤chomlumach: o mhuigh lupcom- lumach / luamnach . . . , IT iii 98 § 159 . ¤díabulta: lúb- diabulta `double-looped', Aisl. MC 99.31 .

1 luba

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ind bra ┐ laba (lubha, laba v.ll.) . . . / don mhalaigh is dá sheinainm, Met. Gl. Ff. 39 . lauba .i. mala, O'Cl.

2 luba

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n expld. as body in native glosses: suba l.¤ fo lubaib, LU p. 124 n. a , where l.¤ is glossed .i. corp, and fo lubaib .i. fó feraib. am der greine / am cain l.¤ , Leb. Gab. 264.3 glossed .i. as caoin eolus mo chorp, no as eolach an luamhaire me = lubha, Hard. ii 350.10 = l.¤ , Oss. v. 234.15 = am cain lubai, IT iii 61 § 123 . lubha .i. corp, O'Cl.

lúbach

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adj o, ā (lúb) twisting: cunning : co sráined ilar . . . a ngég l.¤ `bending', CCath. 670 . a lúbaigh ón a lúbaigh (of world), DDána 4.8 . ubhall cumra l.¤ é sin fruitful appletree (of a chief), E. O'Rahilly 62.21. Cf. mac . . . í Briain barrlúpaig `curly-haired', Caithr. Thoirdh. 63.40 .

lúbad

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vn. of lúbaid. lúbadh, IGT Verbs § 67 . ag l.¤ chrann `plying lances', Magauran 1334 . iomdha donnshlat dhíobras saighde / is sreang ga lúbadh, DDána 111.23 . ainmhire a arm do lúbadh, 113.11 . tug lúbadh róchruaidh ar a corp (of a monster), Maguires of F. 24.22 . Note also: long gan lúbugad, CF² 60 and n.

lubai

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lúbaid

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Forms: lúbad, lúbtha

v (lúb) bends, twists

(a) Trans.: ni lúb an cnuas gabla gég, Rel. Celt. ii 238.20 . lúbthar lem a cend (of bending a spear into a crozier), BNnÉ 176.11 . gur lúbad ┐ gur láin- teasgad a chlaidem, CRR² 21 . do lúb sé a bhodha, Ps. vii 12.

(b) Intrans.: go ro ḟillsetar ┐ go ro lúpsatar (lúbsat, St.) . . . a slega, TBC 3813 . do lubatar a lethe mar tret[h]irnib (of fighting bulls), TBC St. 5031 . ro lupsat na lath gaile, ┐ ro cromsatt na catha, CCath. 5816 . slat do luingi nochar lúb, Sc. G. St. iv 64 § 19 . gur lúbadar na sithlanna, CF² 953. Of trees bending with fruit: tairthe na bhfeadh leat do lúb, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 234.82 . má tharla crann folamh fúd / do lúb call do thoradh thríod, 234.92 .

Vn. lúbad. Part. lúbtha.