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 .

1 luibne

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n (luib) stem of a plant, twig : adamra ind rig . . . / at líu luibni fidbad fann, SR 7291 . femm a fimbria .i. ō luibniu .i. mairis, O'Mulc. 515. See next.

2 luibne

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n Used both as s. and pl. in various meanings, and perh. either pl. or deriv. of luban, q.v. The exx. under 1 l. may belong to this word.

(a) In passages referring to the fingers or toes: l.¤ na mér na lāime, Corm. Y 447 ( Corm. p. 17 ). luibhne mér, Met. Gl. Ff. 42 ; D. 14 . luibhne .i. méoir, O'Cl. in choss cona luibnibh .i. na coic meoir ┐ in traigh, Auraic. 1424. 4479 . See luibenchosach.

(b) spear, lance : luibhne . . . senainm . . . áirdṡleighe, Met. Gl. Ff. 36 . luighne (luibni, v.l.) ainm na sleighe díubhruic[th]e, 48 . luibhne .i. sleagh diubhraicthe, O'Cl. ? Fig. of a warrior: is é inn acci lómnach, is é in lumne leítmenach (luibne v.l.), TBC 5417.

(c) shield(s) (cf. ruibne): luibhne .i. sgiath, ut est luibhne geala foraibh, Ériu xiii 73 § 155 = lubne gela foraib ┐ slega . . . ina lámaib, TBC² 12 ( LU 4495 ) `white shields(?)', Faraday (see luban). mo ruibni mam luibni ar ló, IT i 162.1 (glossed both sleig and sgiath). do luathbhriseadh luibhne na laoch, Cath MT 499 . luibhne .i. sgiath, O'C. 1370 ( H.3.18, 626 ), O'Cl.

luibnech

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adj (2 luibne) having long fingers(?): Leaburcam . . . ladrach luíbhnech, BB 257b26 = an eachlach luibneach, YBL 177a34 (cf. RC xxiv 272 ). Also in: in t-íchdar brothurl.¤ biastaide dofil léo fo uisgib `hairy-clawed' (fringed? See under luban) (of mermaids), Dinds. 42.

luibre

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x see lobrae.

luibrech

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n = luibred: na campaidhe do threabhadh chum nach bhfásaidh an luibreach weeds , Corp. Astron. 48.z .

luibred

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Forms: luiberad

n o (luib). Also luiberad. plants, herbs : tuc luibriud bec ┐ mecain leis, Laud 610 f. 25a (Plummer MS. notes). luiberad ┐ fer in talman, MacCarthy 70.11 . lossa ┐ luibérad, LB 137a14 . oc ithe lúibrid ┐ lossa in talman, 156b27 . gan do bhiaidh agad acht luibhreadh na talmhan, Celtica iv 72.280 . roilec lan do luibredh `plants', Grail 3565 .

1 luid

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x see téit.

? 2 luid

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ind lerg lán lainne Lugdech l.¤ , Met. Dinds. ii 42.3 .

luïd

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Forms: lúth, lúad

v Orig. deponent, Ped. ii 571 . Early replaced by lúaidid, q.v. Moves . (trans. and intrans.) in a variety of applications; of birds flies . Mostly in archaic passages, not all of which are clear. Indic. pres. 3 s. firḟlaith cētamus, lūithir side fri cach fō, ZCP xi 97 § 59 (luther, luith er, luiter, v.l.). ? ancid sreba ar oircelaib mis glūaisit co luathar, viii 104.4 . ar cid alless issa llūam nottlūathar air, 2 . nach rí nad lui othrus druith .i. na lúiann no na forcongrann . . . no na tobhaigh `every king that does not direct(?) the sick-maintenance of a fool', O'Dav. 1182 (luidh, v.l.). Rel. urla .i. cīab, ar is for ūr lūes hī, Corm. Y 1291 . lám .i. luam iarsinní luas imon corp uli, Corm. p. 26. 3 pl. iarsin moslúat immach / Uar ┐ Aindind `fare forth', Met. Dinds. iv 234.41 (inulsat(?), níusluat, nuslaigid, v.ll.). luait breachta a n-agaidh na ndul (láait v.l.), TBC 5484 . co luáit cithnella tenedh cum dúnaidh (laidhit v.l.), 5485 . Rel. laích luind lúatar claidbiu balcbéim- nechu fri bibdadu `who wield' ( BDD 130 ), LU 7735 = lúath ar c., BDD² 1269 (cf. SC 17 cited s.v. 1 lúath compds.). Impf. 1 s. ba siratech imtholtanach dano no luind dar Erind (speaker in form of a hawk) I would fly, LU 1325. 3 pl. denngor diäd ōsind insi / ar mēit tessa / inna n-anmanda, contuitis / luitis lessa, ZCP xi 152 § 48 ( Anecd. i 56 ). Subj. pres. 1 s. danam luur itir dana, nom tholfat . . . benna na n-aigi `wenn ich mich überhaupt rege ferner', TBC 1342. 3 s. (pass. ?) ar nī bī būadach ┐ nī bī fīachach maine luither, ZCP viii 103.25 . ? 2 pl. do rig ailig ni lúaid ni lúaid les / saigid fodess fodess dairib doss, LL 7534. Impf. 3 pl. ciambad ṡlúaig noslúitis `though hosts came to hunt them' (of cattle), Met. Dinds. iv 70.31 . Fut. 3 s. luifith iltuatha he will move many peoples, ZCP xi 91 § 3 (laifidh, laidfeidh, laithfe, v.ll.). ? cia leth cobra (co bráth v.l.) īar cōaird cros / cossalua mo c[h]oblach cres? ZCP x 46 § 10 (coslafea mo bachlach, cosluidfea mo coblach, v.ll.). Pret. and perf. 2 s. cor oró laimh luis .i. in cor do luadhis ót laim leic di a taithmech .i. leicc uait é cen a taithmech, O'C. 2409 ( Eg. 88, 32 (33)a ). 3 s. luathium luis Goll a láma `Goll moved his hands most quickly', RC xiv 408 § 18 . luidhis co luath gach leath ar uair / ac[h]er impudh (of an animal moving in its skin), Anecd. i 55 § 42 (luis, v.l.). ? laithe cach lūain / lui cath cnedach fri Fergus `lieferte', Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40.23 . In Met. Dinds. with mos-: o moslái dia tairdbe tra, / dar sál fairge `when he hastened to cut loose the ship', Met. Dinds. ii 28.21 (mosluid (orig. moluaid), musluidh, doluidh, moluaidh, v.ll. ). moslúi sīar inna ṡide / in drúi dían `westward came rushing', 68.33 (musluid, v.l.). moslúi in t-usce úar imgel `the cold white water followed', iii 30.70 (luid, foslui, doluid, roslái, v.ll.). Note also: dí mnái Loga, roslúi ás `fruitfulness came to them', 48.7 (noslui, roslái, v.ll.). dorat B. . . . a sírgrád do Ch. . . . / diasloí for slicht a charpait `when she followed his chariot's track', iv 180.4 (musloei, muslaei, roslai, v.ll.) (-sloí allit. with slicht?). ? cia ruslui Ailbe am gradh n-glan, IT i 109.5 to which Thurn., Sc.M² 22 , prefers the reading cīas lū (: cú) referring the form to lú small thing). 3 pl. lúiset olc / buailset bassa, brúiset corp `they stirred evil', Met. Dinds. iv 20.29 (luisit, laised, luidhset, etc. v.ll.). Cf. luisiot olc .i. do lamhsad, no do áontaighsiot olc, O'Cl. roluasetar a tri diib i nDess- mumain moved, went, Anecd. iii 59.22 ( Thurn. Gramm. p. 420 ). luisedar na hēnlaithi / sūas ar in sīdh flew up on to the `s.', ZCP v 22 § 13.

Vn. lúth, lúad.