patu

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Forms: patu, pato

n m. (British origin, see Ped. i 511 ; sim. Ériu liii 153 . But from Romance (cf. Fr. patte 'leg, paw') LEIA P-5 .) orig. n-st., Ped. ii 110 , cf. patnide and pattan, PH 6542 , possibly g p. of this word (see patán). A hare : lornan .i. patu, Goid. 77.125 . patu, Corm. p. 35 = pato, Corm. Y 1045 . pata .i. miol moighe no geirrfhiadh, O'Cl. pl. maoarbaais [= marbais] .iii. pait, Ériu vii 242.4 (B. na f.). ag fiadhach . . . ar paitib primluatha, ZCP vi 54.8 . Ériu v 146.21 .

pauper

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n m. (Lat. pauper) a poor person, a mendicant , chiefly confined to cryptic style. pauper .i. bocht, O'Cl. bid pauper cech ri, RC xxvi 38.1 (paiper, YBL); glossed .i. bid bocht, LL 188b15 . lith (.i. étach) do pauper (.i. bocht), ZCP v 486 § 7 (B. na f.). pl. puipir do biathad, boicht do dídnad [sic leg.], Laws iii 18.19 , glossed .i. qui pera pascitur .i. sastaid a teigh `who are fed by the bag', 20.1 , i.e. beggars who collect scraps of food?

pauperán

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n o,m. a poor person, beggar : in pauperán truag-sa, Fél. Ep. 408 ; glossed .i. an bochtán, O'Cl. s.v. pauper.

páx

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péc, (péac)

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n f. a peak, point : ó phéic an chairn, D. Mac Carr- thaigh 47.20 . peac `a long tail, also the virile member ', P. O'C. péac `a peak, point, . . . a radicle, a long tail', Dinneen. Fig. of a person: péac chuiripe `upstart', E. O'Rahilly xvii 27 (ed. 1911).

pec(c)ach

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x see pecthach.

pécach

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adj o, ā.

(a) pointed, peaked : gleann na mbeann sleasach bpéacach, Measgra Dánta 43.19 .

(b) showy, gaudy : (as sobri- quet) Mór phécach inghen Bhriain, FM v 1630.11 . 'san gcraobh-bhanna phéacach, Keat. Poems 304 . péacach ba `puffed up with pelf', O'Bruad. ii 204 § ii . péacach `sharp- pointed, long-tailed, . . . also beautiful', P. O'C.

pec(c)ad

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Forms: peccad, peccath, pecad, phectho, pecctho, phectha, pecthi, pecthai, pecdae, pectha, pecthu, pecthae, pecthe, pecthaib, -pecthib, peccaid, pectha, pecda, pecud, pectha, pectha, -da., pecadh, pecthadh

n u and o,m. (Lat. peccatum) in O.Ir. u-st. (on analogy of vn. in -ad, Thurn, Hdb. § 915 ): n s. peccad, Wb. 3c27 et pass. peccath, 9c19 . pecad, Ml. 32c17 . g s. in phectho , Wb. 14d27 ; cf. 3c14 , 38 , etc., Ml. 53b21 , 60b19 , 126b6 . pecctho, Wb. 27d10 . in phectha , Wb. 9d5 , cf. 29a28 , 31c22 (pecctha); Ml. 54a5 et pass. n p. in pecthi , Wb. 25b9 , cf. 4a8 , Ml. 32c15 , 46b28 , 71c12 (peccthi). pecthai, 98c6 . pecdae, Wb. 33b8 . pectha, 2a6 . a p. pecthu, Wb. 3c21 , 9d5 , 13b19 ; Ml. 47b7 , 58c18 . g p. pecthae, Ml. 32b18 , 51c21 , 98c6 . Tur. 58a . pecthe, Tur. 45 . d p. pecthaib, Ml. 46b26 ; -pecthib, 33d12 .

In Mid.Ir. also commonly treated as o-st., but both forms of declension persist side by side down to mod. period. In PH the usual g s. is peccaid, but pectha, pecda also occur: d s. pecud, PH 4826 (generally peccad); n p. pectha, -da (peccaid only twice); a p. pectha, -da. Occas. -th-(-d-) is omitted in obl. cases. pecadh (m., g s. n p. -aidh), IGT Dec. § 17.14 . g p. a n-íc a pecthadh , ex. 728 (proscribed as incorrect).

Sin, both in abstr. sense and concrete (esp. in pl.), a sin, kind of sin, sinful act: pecad a pec[c]ato , Corm. Y 1044 . is hé in peccath for arele .i. fornicatio , Wb. 9c19 . fo mám pectho, 3c38 . pecthi collnidi carnal sins, 4a8 . is airi asberar lex peccati hóre donadbat pecthu, 3c21 . is huilliu in trocaire . . . indate in pecthai, Ml. 98c6 . dilgud a pecthe ndoib, Tur. 45 ( Thes. ii 487 ). cura dichuirer mo pecda, Gild. Lor. 261 . ar demnaib, ar pheccdaib . . . ron-sóera do spirut, Thes. ii 359.7 . combart cen peccad cen col, LU 10863 ( IT i 133.4 ). peccad marbtha mortal sin, PH 7321 . hi peccad bunad-géinnti original sin, 3909 . peccad na drúisi, 7442 . tar cend na ndoine dorochratar i peccad, 2087 . plaig pecda the plague of sin, Ériu iv 156.5 (pectha v.l.). coros-bréc dia póic phecda her sinful kiss, Met. Dinds. iv 44.33 (g s. as attrib.). ni ful[n]giut cethra pecai in duine beasts are not subject to the sins of man, ZCP viii 104.7 (B. na f.). ní pecad la nech dhibh pecad . . . do pecthaib na mban none of them counts any sin committed with women as sin, Marco P. 174 . tar eis cinaid [leg. cinad] no pectha icthar pennait, Anecd. v 3.3 , cf. Alex. 855 . ni etarsca- rann a menma ria pecthaib ┐ duailchib, Lism.L. 701 . peaca marbhtha . . . cinn na bpeaca eile iad, Dán Dé xxxi 32 . seacht bpeacaidh dhleaghmuid do dhíol, ib. 33 . má tá fúd feacadh d'iarmuirt if sin remain in thee, xviii 3 . na peacaidh ghnío- mhacha . . . na peacaidh doní ré faill (= sins of commission and of omission). TSh. 4089 . na peachaidhe marbhthacha, 7050 . foluigh h'aghaidh óm pheacuighibh-si, Psa. li 9 . pecadh na sinnser original sin, Parrth. Anma 236.12 (= Luc. Fid. 151.9 ). na pectha donither a n-aghaidh an sbiorad naoimh, 142.10 (= na pecadh, Luc. Fid. 155.12 ). a úain De thogbhas pecadha an domhain, 293.11 .

pec(c)aigid

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pécóg

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Forms: phéacóg

n f. (Eng. loan-word) a peacock : an phéacóg , TSh. 2351 . is aille . . . a hedach don pecoicc na duit, L. Flav. Ferg. I iv f. 5c . earr pheucóige ar phréchan, Mac Aingil 83.19 . ag tabhairt óir . . . apadh ┐ pheacóg, 2 Chron. ix 21 . Job xxxix 13 .

pecthach

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Forms: pecdachu, pec(c)ach, peacach, peacthach, pecdach, pecthach, pecthaig, pecthich

adj o, ā. in Mid.Ir. also pecdach (a p. pecdachu already Ml. 26d14 ), later freq. pec(c)ach (peacach). peacach, IGT Dec. § 11.21 (pecthach v.l.). peacthach, ex. 429 . pecdach (pro- scribed as incorrect), ex. 376 .

Sinful, committing sin : in sommae pecthach the sinful rich man, Ml. 36a14 . g s f. inna senchomerbertae biuth pecthaige gl. impietatis veteris, 65d4 . frisin animm peccthaig, PH 8124 . na hanmunda pecdachu [leg. -a], 8314 .

Commonly as subst. o,m. a sinner : ni ba cian mbias in pecthach , Ml. 56c22 . g s. in pecthaig , 56d8 . in pecthich , 57d1 . ataimet ind noib ata pecthaig that they are sinners, 131d16 . cumachtae inna pecthach, 57c12 . in tain dombéra dígail for pecthachu, Wb. 25d19 . it he sin in primpeccthaig | artrebat hiffern, SR 8349 . cuirfitir . . . in pecdaig i fudamain péne, FA 34 . sraiglit na pecdachu, 16 . do mallachadh pecthach, Hib. Min. 10.328 . hi comairli na pecduch, 14.469 . d[o]eim pecthach an eclais . . . .i. . . . didhnithar na pecthacha isin eclais, Laws iv 234.15 , 18 . bid in peccach suairc sochraid, LB 226 m. inf. cen uaman na pian doberthar forsna pecdachu, PH 7909 . do phianadh na bhfeactach, Dán Dé v 42 . ar spiorad an pheacthaigh, TSh. 1419 . maóin an pheacuidh (= -uigh), Prov. xiii 22 . ní sheasfuid na peacaich a ccoimh- thionól na bhfíreun, Psa. i 5 .