págánda

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n io,m. a pagan : uathad na Cristaide, at ile na Págán- dai, PH 7258 . do marbad na Págandai, 7261 . indatt Cristaide no indat pagandai? Anecd. iii 71.13 .

págánta

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adj io, iā. pagan : doíne paganta, PH 2675 . na rígha paganta, Fl. Earls 114.2 . do dhaoinibh págánta, TSh. 9762 .

págántacht

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Forms: págánacht

n f. (págánta) also págánacht (págán) paganism : ré linn na págántachta, TSh. 5777 . ó aimsir na págántachta, Keat. ii 5428 . i n-aimsir na págánachta, 5457 .

paidir

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x see paiter.

paidrín

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n m. a rosary : cuiris M. a paidrín fo codnaibh [leg. congnaibh] an fhiadha, BNnÉ 197.5 . g s. an paidrin, ib. 8 . MacAingil 575.7 . A rosary bead : tri cét níamann mur paidri- nib, Maund. 170 .

paigiment

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n (English loan-word?) a pavement : fament (paigi- meint, Eg.) ina halladaib, Maund. 195 .

pailiris

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x see pairilis.

pailis

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n f. (Mid. Eng. palis, —eis)

(a) a palisade, stockade : fan pailis ndeircciubhair do boi fóna tech, BNnÉ 88 § 185 . pl. do brisfidis . . . na pailisi comdai[n]gin claraigh ata ina timcill, ZCP vi 274.24 .

(b) a palisaded or fortified enclosure; a fortress or castle : loisgis pailis righ Connacht mar aen re tigibh in longpoirt, AU ii 404.26 , cf. FM iv 484.8 (in both places transld. `palace'). Freq. in place-names folld. by gen. (often of proper name), anglicized as Pallas, Pallis. caislen na Pailisi, AU iii 492.6 = na pailíse, ALC ii 208.29 . A palace : ata pailis scíamach acan imper, Maund. 23 . p.¤ ro alaind, 252 .

paillium

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Forms: palliu

n (Lat. pallium) a pallium, archiepiscopal pall : ro facaib in cairdinel failliam gacha cuicidh a nErinn .i. paillium í nArd Macha, etc., RC xviii 175 , 15 , 16 (Tig.). pallium, Anecd. iii 70.14 , 15 . ? a p. palliu, ib. 11 (perh. meant for Lat. pallia).

pailliún

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n o,m. (cf. Eng. pallioun ( Risk 594 ) < Fr. pavillon< Lat. papilionem) a tent, pavilion : pl. pailliuin imda do purpuir, Aisl. Tund. 114 xx § 1 . doghníat puiple ┐ pailliúin do tegdhuisibh na ccéledh nDé, Hugh Roe 34.7 (f. 9b) (of temporary quarters for soldiers). ro saidhit a bpuiple ┐ a bpailliúin, FM v 1674 y . pailliúin, Acts xviii 3 .

pailm

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Forms: failm, failmgéc, pailmscáth

n f. (Lat. palma) also failm. A palm-tree : croeb do phailm, SR 2588 . blathnaigthech mar phailm, Ir. Lit. 48.16 ( LB 74a50 ). duille na pailme, LB 111a55 ( MacCarthy 56.12 ) = na palme, SR 1360 (corrected to: na fiche). do thorud na palmi, LB 141b28 . gesca palmi, LL 220b14 ( TTr. 248 ). gésca pailme, CCath. 1649 . cráobha pailme, John xii 13 . crann failmhe, Dán Dé xxiii 38 . dá chráoibh fhalmha, IGT Introd. § 128 . Of foliage of palm: imrim [Críst] forsin assain . . . dia ro salgid pailm dó when palms were strewn, Ériu ii 198 z (pfailmi v.l.). coroin pailme, Maund. 10 . domnach na pailme Palm Sunday, 75 . Fig. reward, success : rechaid riut in pailm, Acall. 6418 . dream do thuill pailm an mhaithmheachais (= palmam indulgentiae), TSh. 10263 .

Compds. ¤géc palm-branch : failmgéc, ZCP ii 337.18 . an fhailmghéag úr (of a youth), Hackett xlvii 9 . ¤scáth palm- shade ; in sense gourd , Jonah iv 6 . pailmscáth `the gourd, palmerist ', Eg. Gl. 517 .