Lugnasad

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Forms: Luglasnad

n o (Lug + násad). Also without -d, a form not permitted in classical verse (cf. IGT Decl. exx. 340 , 423 ). Luglasnad, Laws v 406.7 and Comm . luglas nadh (leg. Luglasnadh), O'C. 880 ( H.3.18, 394b ). IGT Decl. § 11 (54.23) .

Festival of Lug, Lammas, first of August : lúgnasad . . . .i. aurtach no cluiche Loga maic Ethne . . . nofertha lais um thaide fogamair, Corm. p. 26 = L.¤ .i. nāsad Logha maic E. .i. aonach nofertha lais im t[h]aite foghmair in gach bliadhain im thoidecht L.¤ , Corm. Y 796 . gonadh desin ata lughnasa beos .i. nasad Logha maic Eithlínd, BB 33a6 . óenach Tailten cech lúgnasaid, LU 4212 . coícthiges ria l.¤. ┐ coicthiges iar l.¤ , LL 1090 . targlaim Lug slogu Gaidel leis . . . do cained na mban sin im Kalaind Auguist cacha bliadna, conid de bai nasad Loga unde L.¤ .i. comarc Loga nó cuimniugud nó aithmed nó feil bais, Dinds. 20 . Aine ria Lougnasad, Ann. Conn. 1249.16 . fo Lughnasad `about Lammas', Cog. 134.y . ní tíaghad oirc na huain a comingaire co lunasadh, Laws iv 100.y Comm . go Día Lúain re Lughnasad, IGT Decl. ex. 341 . ō thart láinlebhar Lugh- nasaidh, ex. 342 .

Regarded as the time when fruit and crops were ripe: rofás co mba habaid imm L.¤ , Lat. Lives 110.11 . lá aipchi na n-uili thorad immarach .i. la Lughnasad, ZCP iv 31.10 . See násad, and Máire MacNeill, The Festival of Lughnasa passim.

lugu

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x see bec.

lugugud

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vn. formation from lugu (see bec) as gramm. term. Of nouns: firíne a ludhughudh (fer) diminutive, Auraic. 1796 = a lugugudh .i. a digbail ut sunt ferine ┐ benine (ben), O'C. 1480 ( H.3.18, 654 ). ni airecar a l.¤ (of word nem), Auraic. 1868 . a lugugod, 2094 . beinin a lugugad, 5028 . Cf. trefhocul . . . co[r]raib and . . . a l.¤ , Auraic. 5075. Of degrees of compar. of bec: etargaire lughaighthi i llugh[ug]udh: bec ┐ lugum ┐ lugusomh, 658 = etargoire lugaidhe a l.¤ , 3270 .

lui

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x see .

lui-

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x see luïd.

luí

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Forms: luí, laí, lue, lúith, luid, lui, láid, luae

n [,] f. The form luí, laí is found as n s.., a s., g s. and d s. g s. also na lue , TBC 2867. d s. lúith, luid (lui, láid, v.l.), Corm. Bodl. 34.1 , 2 . g p. luae, Thes. i 498.31 ( Ardm. 189a2 ). Perh. orig. same word as 1 lúa, which, however, differs in gender and inflexion. See Celtica i 364 , ÉC xxxiii 81-82 .

(a) tail of an animal : a moing nach a lai in mane or in tail, Laws iv 276.11 Comm . supu lasamna . . . do chengul i llái cecha sinnaig dib, LB 127a33 . fil peist neimhe . . . cenn ┐ lái teintidhe le `with fiery head and tail', BNnÉ 8.21 . ó chluais go laoi (of a fox), 104.18 .

(b) steering-oar, rudder (see ÉC ix 559 ): innaluæ gl. gubernaculorum, Thes. i 498.31 ( Ardm. 189a 2 ). ro-leices uaim mo rama ┐ mo lúi `my oars and my rudder', RC x 86.21 . bā himram luinge cen lai `rowing a boat without a rudder', Aisl. MC 73.17 . ar laei na luingi, BLism. 228b33 . is lūath lūi re lethanmuir `swift is the rudder against the broad sea', Otia ii 82 § 7 . docorustar a lūi nō urland fri tīr, Anecd. iv 91.8 ( Corm. Y 1059 ). tuidecht iarsind lúith issin churach `to come along the steering-oar into the boat', Corm. Bodl. 34.1 (= Corm. Y 1059 , Anecd. iv 92.2 ). In comparisons: sithithir a lám ri lae long was his arm as a steering-oar, LL 6395 (= 380b40 ). claideb fata sithlái (leg. sithidir lái), TBC 1821. claideb sithidir lāi (lói, LU) churaich, TBC² 1159. Cf. ZCP viii 550.4 . Hence of a scabbard: is fās ind lui (lái, LU) mōrsin, TBC² 1160 = ní ḟuil claideb i n-intiuch na lue móre leis, TBC 2867 ( LL 9930 ). Cf. cul feith . . . inann feith ┐ faebur. No cúl lai .i. inand laí ┐ claidemh, O'C. 1477 ( H.3.18, 654 ). lorg .i. lúi airg .i. lāich í; nō lār-ricc (lo airg, LB), Corm. Y 805. ? lui .i. gega no gesca, ut est fuil for a lui lam fuire .f. `there is on his branch a hand . . . ', O'Dav. 1159 . lúi .i. gég, O'Cl. ? In B. na f.: gorab en lemno luae, Arch. iii 310.11 .

luib

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Forms: luibe, lubi, luibhi, tutlub, lubae, lube, lubai, luba, lubai, lubaib, luibi, lubgort

n f. g s. luibe. pl. id. (g p. lubi, LU 10641 = luibhi, Ériu xii 156.5 ). Somet. also with non-pal. -b: tutlub, -lob, etc., ZCP i 19 §§ 10 , 12 . g s. lubae, Sg. 61b15 (lube, 100b2 ). n p. lubai, MacCarthy 62.24 v.l. luba, Alex. 1003 (lubad, v.l.). a p. lubai, SR 7019. d p. lubaib, 969 (n p. luibi, 935 ). Cf. lubgort. In later lang. freq. with n p. -enna, g p. -enn. Less freq. with dental infl. in pl. f., IGT Decl. § 14.

Herb, plant : de rosa dind l.¤ find .i. l.¤ derc gl. rosarium, Sg. 35b2 . gl. tús, 46a13 . ainmm lubae gl. gummi, 61b15 . l.¤ ┐ ní crann gl. nam siler non est inter arbores ponendum, 65a9 . l.¤ gl. cicer, 99b1 . salina .i. nomen lube .i. sálchuach gl. salinatoris, 100b2 . luibgort .i. gort luibe, Corm. Y 821 ( Thr. Ir. Gl. 27 ). cīch .i. κῖκι grég, l.¤ asa taet ass, O'Mulc. 221 . luibh gl. herba, Ir. Gl. 114. apio .i. luibh serbh, RC xiv 227 § 36 . no línta in gríanán sin do lubib boladmaraib ingantaib, LU 10640 . tobertatar na lucuirp luibe do iar sin ina cluasa, Ériu xvi 36.22 . ic loscad láir ┐ luibed in tíre, LB 118a38 . a coic sescat ar tri cet du luibib, Auraic. 1959. luibi cach ṡīl, Arch. iii 235.15 . ? a lug gan luibi mar caruíd, MacCarthy 312.3 . do mughu muir mothach mbrughach brug treb dian iach, glossed dianit luibe bradain, LL 393a2 . doromailt . . . etir na lubid árchena ind athaba, RC ii 390.24 . luibe denma draidechta, CCath. 3907 . luibe neime, 3912 . a lan do (o) luibib Gall (recountal of the `díre' of a hen's egg), Laws v 84.6, 10 Comm . ina scris do luibib `herb-gardens' (see note), i 170.20 Comm . gl. im turorgain do bechdin, 166.26 . luibhe gach leirge, PBocht 25.11 . croind ┐ crocha ┐ luibenda, BCC 92.27 . do thionól luibhend fó na coilltibh, FM vi 1956.28 . mar bhláth na luibhe `the flower of the grass', James i 10 . Fig. luibh an mhachaire Muire, DDána 7.26 . In B. na f. condeisset sund . . . / drūth luibe blogo egae, Arch. iii 310 § 4 . For names of specific plants see Hog. Luibhl.

Med. of herbs with curative properties: mad fuar an cuis cuirter ina lepuid é, ┐ luibidh berbthi laim ris, Rosa Ang. 60.z . l.¤ na pairilisi `herba paralysis', 266.11 . Hence with qual. gen. chabra, ícce, leigis healing herb, remedy, panacea in general: luibh chabhra ar gcréacht (of Mary), PBocht 2.24 . níor luibhe chabhra dá chridhe / duibhe a habhra is gile a gruadh (S. Margaret and her suitors), DDána 32.23 . lossa ┐ luibi íci, LU 6341 ( TBC² 1826 ). lubi ┐ lossa icci, TBC 3588 . a luibh íce t'fhine féin, Aithd. D. 46.23 . ro chuir S. luibheanna íce ┐ leighis re cneadhaibh C., Oss. iii 128.z . ní gnáth milis luibh leighis, PBocht 21.26 . dár ngonaibh-ne is luibh leighis (of birth of Christ), DDána 6.11 . tug duine . . . / luibhe leighis ar ccrechta, Duan. Finn ii 396 § 93 . éag gan luibhe dá leigheas, TSh. 1969. Note also: mur luibh choisge fuili, IGT Decl. ex. 1216 . luibh shíodha d'fhuil Éabha (of wounds of Christ), Aithd. D. 64.23 . grás as líonmhaire ná an luibh / ar bhás shíordhuidhe, DDána 35.11 .

In wider sense of plant, material used in the manufacture of articles: ní fil ó turgbáil co fuin / rofesed cia l.¤ a crann what wood was in its shaft (of a spear), Met. Dinds. iii 122.36 . dá máelasa . . . ┐ ní feas cía l.¤ dia rabadar, Ériu iv 138.28 . inar corccra . . . ni fess l.¤ dia robi, PH 2854 (where ref. is perh. to the purple dye). di umu, no sicip l.¤ di-a mbe, Laws v 410.20 Comm . (of a `sét').

Compds. ¤gáirdín: an uile luibhgháirdín do phlantáil, Corp. Astron. 50.10 . ¤thrén of strong material: seaca leabhar luibthrēan, Celtica iv 110 § 14 . See lubgort.

? luibenchlad

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ind ri cach cain coraich / lubenchlar tar lubenclad les, IT iii 48 § 86.

? luibenchlár

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x see under luibenchlad.

luibenchosach

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n (luban + cos?). Of an unprepossessing physical feature: an eachlach . . . lubanchosach, YBL 177a34 ; 'having six toes (on each foot)' (?) (or a corruption of lúbchosach 'having bent feet', Celtica xiii 20 ). Usually as metr. term used of a `deach' (q.v.) consisting of six syllables (dialt) and explained by the glossators on the analogy of the five toes and the foot or leg and the five fingers and the hand or arm (see also Murphy Metr. 27 , 88 ): luibenchossach .i. luibne na mér na lāime, ┐ cos eissib sūas ind rig ┐ in doe gusin n-alt na gūailne arsisidar, ar is fri sodain samailter in dēach sin i curp duine. . . . Sē dīalta . . . filet a l.¤ , Corm. Y 447 = in sesed deach luib .i. luibne mér na láime ┐ cossa na mer estib suas .i. in raig ┐ in doit . . . ┐ fri sodain samailter in deach sin i corp duine, Corm p. 17 . luibheanchosach .i. an chos maille ris na méraibh, no an lámh maille ris na méraibh, O'Cl. da bricht ┐ da luiben- cosach, IT iii 7 § 6 (see p. 129 - 30 ). dechnad mor cetamus is da luibencosaigh ┐ da bricht filet ann, 7 § 6 n. 2 . dialt . . . ┐ l.¤ , Auraic. 1214 . oenfidh airegda i ndialt . . . a se i l.¤ , 1217 . luibenchossach .i. in choss cona luibnibh .i. na coic meoir ┐ in traigh in sessed, 1424 . As adj. incipit dona laidhibh luibencosacaib, IT iii 94 § 143 . laigh luiden- cosach, O'Don. 1194 ( H.2.15, 80a ).

luibenglas

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n (luban + glas?): ó purt ind Luimnig-sin / luiben glass clár green-fringed plain(?), Ériu iv 154.3 . bratt līath lubinghlass impe, ZCP xiii 168.10 .