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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Forms: lúbadh

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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x see luib.

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.

lubaide

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n (luib): édperta lubaide vegetable offerings , Alex. 951.

lubair

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Forms: laubair, lubra, lebuir, lubar, lubfur

n i, f. (Lat. labor(em), Ped. i 238. See also Thurn. Gramm. p. 51 ). Also laubair, lubra, lebuir; with non-palatal -r: lubar, Arch iii 314 § 27 . lubfur, ZCP iii 29.28 . See also below. Gender influenced perh. by opar, but see Vendryes, De Hibernicis Vocabulis 78 .

(a) labour, work : a[i]cced cacha laubra, Críth Gabl. 409. im l.¤ ┐ im tech naidhidh, O'D. 1708 ( H.2.16, c. 920 ). mas duine nach grad tuc a biadh no a lubra amach, O'C. 2442 ( Eg. 88 f. 36(37)a ). coro shaerustar .x. mbliana cen l.¤ cen saethar iat, RC xii 432.28 . nirbo lethmáel ind l.¤ / ro marb Crechmael comchubaid feat, LL 22263 . sáor airmittnech . . . dognídh lubhair gach naoimh, BNnÉ 10.13 . mad dognither l.¤ . . . do drochtib ┐ toc[h]raib `work at bridges and causeways', RC xii 430.8 . lubhra . . . ┐ lesaighte `works and repairs', Cog. 138.28 . iar ndenum na lubhra, Laws ii 36.19 Comm . don ti oca ndentur in lubhra, 21 Comm . in lubhair, 27 Comm . lagsa for lugair (leg. l.¤), Ériu xviii 64 § 32 . lubhra .i. obair, O'Cl. In legal phrase saíre lubra: suire lubru [.i.] on trath co raile `workman's free-quarter', Laws ii 36.3 . in tsaire lubra, 23 . saoire lubhra, no biata, O'C. 2442 ( Eg. 88, 36(37)a ). See also fáer.

(b) In religious context manual work (carried out by monk): tuesmot a fuil i n-áini ┐ i laubair ar Chríst `in fasting and in labour', Thes. ii 247.20 . cé rucésa áini nú laubir n-oco `although he suffer fasting or labour', Thes. ii 247.4 (leg. cení césa aíni na laubir n-oco 'although he does not endure fasting or labour thereby' Celtica xxi 417 ). mad airchiund dia laubuir ┐ ernaigti, Ériu vii 172.18 . di lebuir, 138.25 . cen ṡaethar lubra no ernaigthi, LL 285b43 . trī torba isind ló .i. érnaigthi ┐ l.¤ ┐ legund, ZCP iii 29.27 . crābad, ecna óg / lubar lor rit lind, KMMisc. 274.10 (libuir v.l.). do denamh a sáetha[i]r / do móradh a lubar, BNnÉ 309.26 . ferr l.¤ áine, RC xlv 26 § 39 . trédi indarbus démnu . . . l.¤, díthreb, áine, PH 8390 . Gilla mo-C. . . . tuir . . . lubhra ┐ trebaire, Gorm. Mar. 31 (gl. 4) . nā bī a n-espa, / is ed timarna in Rī / lubra, lēgad, ernaigthi, / dēnadh ēgin na nī, ZCP vii 310 § 6 . robé l.¤ eculsa Dē isna lāmaib-sea, Arch. iii 232.29 . do lubhair a tempuil / ceilebradh is crabhadh, BNnÉ 308.23 . roddet in cach cill cháid / . . . l.¤ cretra commairg, Ériu viii 67.20 . Also in general sense of religious duty: tredan . . . is í l.¤ as dech la Dia dognither i talum, RC xii 428.y . iar ndenamh iolar mainisdreach ┐ recclés, ┐ gacha lubhra ecclustacda `duty', FM iii 8.14 .

As quasi-vn.: occ lubair ┐ acc ernaighte (saothar, v.l.), BNnÉ 300.3 .

lubaitse

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n (Engl. loanword) lovage: l.¤ , Rosa Ang. 214.y . 296.4 . bilar ┐ luaitsi ┐ feinel, 23 P 10³, 39a4 . raidis ┐ luaitsi ┐ sdoinsi, 54a13 . deathach lubāitse, Regimen na Sláinte 8831 ( Leabh. ó Láimhsgr. xiii ).

luban

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Forms: luibne

n o and ā in s., pl. luibne. Name of some ornament of cloaks and mantles, perh. tassel, in pl. (fringe of) tassels: trí coícait l.¤ / . . . 'ma thimchell (of famous mantle), Met. Dinds. iv 220.5 (: cuman) = l.¤ dergoir roboi isin chetaig Crimthainn . . . a tri coecta l.¤ co n-uboll oir ar cach lubain, Dinds. 121. brothrach co luibnib finnaib, LL 252b26 . moṅga tara cenn síar ┐ lubne gela foraib, LU 4495 (`shields' (?), Faraday p. 1 , see under 2 luibne). noí cochleni impu co lubun chorcrai, LU 7608 `loop', BDD 115 . ti dubglas co l.¤ airgid, YBL 136a46 = lúbáin, SG 74.30 . tii dubglasso co lluibnib corcraip impu, IT iii 239.136 . As attrib. gen.: a chorr liathroití lubain (: mumain), IT iii 69 § 12. Cf. lubán findchuill . . . ac imḟulung a n-étaig, Acall. 5201 (`bended twigs', SG ii 227 ). See luibenchlad, -chosach, 2 luibne.

lubán

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Forms: lugán, luán, luan

n o,m. (see Marstrander, ZCP vii 238 ) also lugán, luán. young of animals : ni ro etarscara in larai[g] risin lughan foal, O'Dav. 1189. Also luan, ibid. Cf. lubhain .i. lúbáin, O'Cl. which however may be referable to luban. In Bedell lamb: aón lubhán díobh do dhéna tú ofráil, Ex. xxix 39 . én lubhán don chéad bhliadhuin, Num. vii 27 . seacht lubháin don chéid bhliaghain, xxviii 27 . coimhneochuidh an mactíre . . . a bhfochair an lubháin, Is. xi 6. Note also: uan is lúan, gabhar is mionán (in a list of edible animals), Iar Conn. 290.12 . Cf. 4 lúan.