palnacde

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adj io, iā (Lat. Pallacinus, learned formation) Pallacine : ocna fothairctibh palnacdib, gl. ad balneas Pallacinas, Sg. 217a4 .

panathir

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Forms: panther

n [f.] also panther (Lat. panthera) a panther : tír itá tigir luath lond | ocus panathir breccdorr, LL 135b29 = panathir breccborr, Rawl. 78a19 . Cf. croicenn an bethadaigh re n-abur pantérs, Maund. 191 . pl. linqui ┐ pantheri, BB 495a23 .

panechte

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n [m.] (Lat. pandecta) a pandect ; in follg. exx. of the Pandects of Jerome: panechte incipit .i. tintud Duiblitrech hui Huathgaile forsin pandecht Cirine, ZCP iii 17.1 ( Rawl. 68b15 ). asan panaictti, id est proprium nomen lipri , Auraic. 2416 .

pang, (? pann)

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n [o,m.] (Lat. pannus) a piece of cloth ? a p. doniat in t-étach gebechda .i. na panga breca, O'Dav. 1056 .

pap(p)

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x see pop(p).

pápa

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n m. (eccles. Lat. pāpa) lit. `a father'; a pope: oft. follg. proper name as title without art. o Militade .i. papa, PH 310 . Marchelli papa na Roma, 555 . umal don phápa, Maund. 26 . cumachta an papai, ib. Siluester papa, Fl. Earls 194.29 . primhecluis ardespoig na Romha .i. in papa, 196.21 . na seacht gcéime onóra . . . mar atáid Pápa, Impir, Rí, etc., TSh. 7857 . ré linn Phápa do dhéanamh, 417 . pl. dona trí Phápa dhéag, 8459 . na papaidhi, Fl. Earls 148.30 . naomthacht na papaidhe, 198.22 . i gcomhaimseardheacht na bpápadh, Keat. i 88 z . papadha euxamhla, Parrth. Anma 253.6 .

Used of an Irish anchorite: Nem mac hui Birn . . . is é sin in papa atberar do bith i nArainn, Fél. 150.4 . Cf. Faelchu qui nominatur Pupu Airni . . . is ime atberar dó Pupu .i. Papa, o ro gab abdaine Roma tareis Grigoir Roma . . . ┐ dochuaid a ndiaigh taisi a maigistrech co hAraind, VSH i p. lxiii n. 3 (< Laud 610 f. 40a ), prob. of same individual. The Norse- men called the Irish monks papar, RC xxxiii 378 . See pupu.

pápaire

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Forms: phapairi

n m. a Papist : 'na catoilicibh Romhancha da ngarrthaoi papuirí, Luc. Fid. 272.19 . v p. a phapairi , 211.3 .

papalustes

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n (Romance loan-word?) name of a fabulous serpent : fuath natrach neime dianad ainm papalustes, RC x 185.32 .

pápamail

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adj i, papal : don uachtarántacht pápamhuil, Eochairsg. 7.23 .

pápamlacht

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n f. papacy : go bhfuil an Scrioptúir . . . agan bpápamhlacht, Eochairsg. 7.26 .

para

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Forms: pair, par

n [f. pl.] nobles, chiefs ? co teora para pupaill . . . .i. . . . co ruice in triur is uaisli bis isin pupaill `to the three noblest in the pavilion', Laws i 164.16 , cf. iii 460.11 (`three best chiefs'). A Rom. loan-word, n s. *pair or *par (cf. Eng. peer)? cf. pardéc.