peiriacail

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Forms: peirical, peiriacuil, priacail

n f. also peirical [m.?] (Lat. periculum) peril, danger : is a n-ainffios tarla an periacail sin doibh, BNnÉ 59 z . peria- cail no guasacht, ITS xvi 54.23 . peiriacuil (= Gr. κίνδυνος), Rom. viii 35 . duine do shaoradh . . . ar pheiriacail, O'Hussey TC 177.1 . ro baoi a peirical anbhail, Fl. Earls 202.14 . Fear of danger, scruple? pereccul .i. cubus, H. 3.18 p. 75b ( RC xiii 506.204 ). Mod. priacail.

peiriaclach

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Forms: peiriclach

adj o, ā. also peiriclach, dangerous, perilous : conuer- sáid pheiriaclach, Parrth. Anma 30.6 . adeireadh se gur peiriaclach cuis an anmchairdiosa, Rule of Tall. 42 § 74 . ata an diet roi-shéimh perioclach, 23 K 42, 4.23 . gurub periclech sgribhadh . . . chugud, Kilk. Arch. J. (N.S.) ii 360.25 .

peirise

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n f. (Romance loan-word < Lat. imperatrix) an empress : used only in connexion with Henry II of England (Fitz- empress). g s. mac na Perissi, RC xviii 283.15 . Henricus mac na Peirisi, AU ii 170.11 . mac na Perisi, 172.2 . m. na Peresi, 216.16 .

péirse

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n f. (cf. Eng. perch, Fr. perche)

(a) a perch (measure): seacht bpéirse óna háit, Oss. iv 278.12 .

(b) a perch (for roosting): dealb seabaic ar persi, Maund. 131 .

(c) a row, rank, line : gach péirse, 1 Kings vii 2 . ar cheithre phéirse do philéuruibh, ib. 2 . faoi na péirsighibh, Ezek. xlvi 23 .

péist

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x see píast.

peit

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n music, entertainment : peat (peit v.l.) ainm d'oirfidedh, Met. Gl. Ff. 18 ; an abstraction from peited or peitid?

peited

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n m. music, pleasure, entertainment: ba leor peted ┐ arpeated . . . eistecht risin ceol, IT iii 193.21 ( BB 262a13 ). peiteadh .i. airfideadh, ceol no binneas, O'Cl. Prob. a back formation from arpeited = airfitiud. See follg.

peitid

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v i, entertains, delights : bindiu cach ceol in crot | peiti Labraid Loingseach Lorc, RC xx 431.16 (YBL) = ba binde . . . peitedh L. which used to charm (?), LL 377b27 . See peited.

peláit

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Forms: paláit, piláit, pealait, pealaid, palaiti

n f. (Lat. palatium) also paláit and piláit (late form), a palace : pelait rightech, Met. Gl. Ff. 61 (piláit v.l.). piolait .i. rightheach, O'Cl. in phelait rígda, LL 263a7 ( MU 10.6 ). TFerbe 401 . i peláit Príaim, TTr.² 1861 . pealait, Aen. 368 . pealaid, 1557 . piláid mhaisech, Ériu iii 168 § 25 . g s. dochuaid in forcongraid dochumm a phelati, PH 1222 . i ndorus na palaiti, Anecd. iii 74.8 . ar urlar na peloide rigdha, BCC 398.15 . pl. foracsat a pelaiti rigda, PH 1727 . ni chumdaigem . . . paláti nā tegdaisi rígda, Alex. 883 = palaiti, Anecd. v 4.1 . peloide rofhairsionga, ITS v 72.12 . i bpíoláidibh ríoghdha, TSh. 912 . ad-chonchatir … pílaid ālainn ionganntach ZCP xxxiii 136 § 27 . pioláitídhe fionnaolta, Oss. iv 248.7 (18th-cent. poem).

pelicán

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n m. (late Eng. loan-word) a pelican : an eala ┐ an peli- cán, Levit. xi 18 . Psa. cii 6 . an peliocan, Deuter. xiv 17 .

1 pell

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n o,m. (Lat. pellis) peall, IGT Dec. § 65 . An animal's skin or fur (?), hence a rug or blanket, generally one for sleeping on (oft. nearly = mattress, couch). pell, i.e. a pelle .i. ón c[h]roi- cend, Corm. Y 1042 . pell ondi is pellis , 797 . ro scailed a pell fae, Cog. 196.21 . ni bidh . . . pell no brothrach . . . fui isin lepaid, CCath. 2909 . nir chodail ar peall, BNnÉ 134.73 . ná bíom . . . gan luighe araen ar einphioll, O'Gr. Cat. 367.19 . ag roinn aoinphill dúinn is dó he and I sharing one couch, 453 z . da mbé ag duine | i ndíol a pheacaidh peall gaoiside `if a man wear a horsehair shirt' (?), Dán Dé xxx 6 . pl. pill, coilcthi, clúime, LL 297a43 . ba duthain pennan na pell, 136b33 (`transient was the torment of the couch', RC xlvii 289 z ). re dergud imdad do pellaib cimsacha corcarglana, TTebe 462 . Of a pad for placing under a scribe's paper (?): tabhair fós páipéar is peall | fám láimh `paper and cushion', Studies 1923, 597 § 4 .

In sense of skin, fur : do thoguibh sí in t-at pill da cenn `hat of leather' (? fur), ZCP vi 291 y . at pill, gl. pelleus (= pilleus?), Ir. Gl. 831 .

Compds. ¤buide: a uích chuicpatan peallbhuide of a tawny- pelted hare (?), IT iii 96 § 151 . ¤coím: Pallas pellcháem, LL 233a3 (`fair-skinned', TTr. 1168 ).