pennaid

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Forms: pennid, penance, cenispendid

v ā. occas. with i-st. pennid (peinn-, pinn-), does penance (gen. of penance imposed by the Church); with acc., expiates. pres. peindith dī bliadain deac, Ériu vii 140.2 . inti nad penni do reir anmcharut, Rule of Céli Dé § 37 . pen- nind manaich . . . issi pennes (= he does the penance of a monk), Ériu vii 142.7 . in lin bes hi comchetfaid . . . is malle phendait hi pein iffirn, LB 261a53 = moalle peinnit pein hiffirn, Arch. iii 318 § 64 . impf. no ciedh ┐ na [= no] pendedh a pecad, Lism.L. 2738 . subj. pres. nāro faomae coibsena neich mani pendea, Mon. Tall. § 54 . mani penda, ib. cenispendid though they do no penance, § 23 . mani penne do reir apad, Ériu i 218 z . coro pinne ┐ coro erce in t-olc doronsat `till they do penance and pay eric', Laws v 120.11 Comm. subj. impf. acht ro pennead a n-ilpeacta, v 448.2 (text). fut. ó peinnfes ┐ ó éircfes, H. 3.17 c. 537 ( O'Don. 738 ) = o finnfes ┐ o ércfius, Laws iv 292.12 . condit. in pendit no peinebad the penance which he would have performed, Mon. Tall. 86 . o ro pindfead ┐ o ro eircfead, Laws v 448.14 Comm. perf. ro phend in gilla ┐ doroine aithrige, Lism.L. 1635 . cid a ndoronad and do baís bes niro phendsemmar ind, LL 280a10 . Generally impers. in pass.: coiscther menip dethbirius, pendither iar sin, ZCP xiii 30.6 (peindither v.l.). ni pennither fri nach duine `no penance is imposed in respect of any man', Ériu vii 162.8 . cethardha nā pennither hi tir nErenn which are not liable to penance, Rule of Céli Dé § 38 . In wider sense? is mo pentar adas adgairethar `he is more liable to fine than suit', Laws v 370.23 (text).

See pennait, which is used as vn.

pennaind

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n f. (Lat. poenitentia?) penance, expiation : húair nach fetar fiad cach rainn | cinnas dogníther pennaind, SR 1580 = cindus dogníther pendait, LB 112a46 . pennind manaich, Ériu vii 142.7 . oc pennind, ib. 1 . cen pendainn, cen trom- ṡaethar, ZCP xiii 28.17 (aine v.l.). Flann inghen D. . . . d'ég iar ndeighbhethaidh ┐ iar bpennainn, FM i 538.15 , cf. ii 684.4 . dobhert . . . pennaintt dia chorp chastisement, vi 2360.2 (of judicial punishment). To this word or the follg. belongs the syncopated g s. pende (penne) in sense of penance : cuicc bliadna dec pendi, Mon. Tal. § 66 . teg pende `a penitentiary', ib. ? i tigh pinne, ZCP x 46.19 . a indarba asan eclais do lucc phendi, Ériu vii 162.6 . do oess phendi penitents, Rule of Céli Dé § 24 . .vii. cumala peinde (fine for injury to an ecclesiastic), Laws iii 106.8 . [a .vii. cumala do hic re flaith ┐] a secht mbliadna peinne do híc re eclais, Eg. 88 f. 45b ( O'C. 2541 ).

pennait

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Forms: pennit, pendait, pennaite, pendaite

n ā,f. O.Ir. pennit, a learned formation from Lat. poenitere or poenitentia (see Thurn. Hdb. 517 , Ped. i 213 ). Mid.Ir. often pendait, g s. pennaite, pendaite.

(a) penitence : pennait a poenitintia , Corm. Y 1043 . cen pennit, gl. imprudentes, Wb. 22c5 . denam . . . pennait buan is atheirge, SR 1574 = denum pendait, LB 112a42 .

(b) penance, expiation ; in rel. lit. generally of penance im- posed by the Church. adlaíg bite oc pennit in aeclesiís, Wb. 9c11 . ro chrú[th]fem-ne ind pennit bes chóir fortsu, Mon. Tall. § 7 . ind pendaid, § 23 . etach pendaite . . . .i. etach silici, PH 453 . barc pendaiti a book of penance (i.e. penitential), O'Dav. 239 . loirghniomh na peannaide, Rule of Tall. 6 § 5 . Aedh . . . do tesdail iar pennaid a mignim, RC xvii 374.16 (Tig.). iar bpentait toghaidhe ina tairmthechtaibh ┐ peacthoibh, FM i 494.3 .

In Laws of fine or penalty due to clergy for injuries, not assessable by laity: uair nach dligid tuath pennait, iii 382.20 .

Of a penalty in general: issí a pennit dé, gl. si quis non vult operari, nec manducet, Wb. 26b20 . lathi a imorbois, bid he lā a phennati, Aisl. MC 29.6 . iumda ernail pennaiti . . . iter bualad ┐ sróigled ┐ crochad , LB 157a29 . Of the pains of hell : tuilled péne ┐ pennaite, FA 16 . an pheanaid uathbhásach (= supplicium), TSh. 6401 .

(c) pain, suffering in wider sense: ag fulang paisi ┐ pean- naidi, ZCP vi 42.14 (of a wounded man). ro baoi a pennait ┐ a peirical anbhail, Fl. Earls 202.13 (of illness), cf. 178.1 . beag gach peannaid go bás Dé, A. Ó Dálaigh xviii 1 . le huisce na peannaide water of affliction, 2 Chron. xviii 26 .

pennaitech

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adj o, ā. penal: prisun pennuidech, ZCP vi 74.21 . priosún peannaideach purgadóra, TSh. 4153 . fa príosúnaibh píanta pennaidecha, Ériu v 196.598 . piana ro-pendaidecha, BCC § 7 . Penitential : obair chraibhtheach pheannaideach, Luc. Fid. 234.21 .

? pennán

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ind impi in eóit Luchair in lennán | ba duthain pennan na pell, LL 136b33 ( RC xlvii 289 y ) = ba suthain pellan na pell, Lec. 395a27 (f. 208) ; `the torment of the couch' (?), RC xlvii 316.11 .

? pennas

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n o,m. pain, penalty : pl. na pianta [┐ na peannais] síorrdhaidhe, ZCP iv 400.7 and n. 14 . Cf. go bfhuighe [an t-aithrigheach] peanós, MacAingil 255.4 .

pennatóir

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Forms: pennadoir

n i,m. a penitential, manual of penances ; aralega-su ind riaguil ┐ ind [sic] pennatoir, Mon. Tall. 78 . pennatoir dilgind frepthae cech pecthae, ZCP iii 24.30 = Ériu vii 135.33 . pennadoir, Ériu vii 144 § 25 . O'Dav. 1389 .

? pennér

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Forms: peinear

n (penn) a pen-case : mo fpennér . . . líonta d'airmphean- naibh, Studies 1923, 597 § 3 (poem of beginning of 16th cent.). peinear `a pen-case or ink-horn ', P. O'C.

penning

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n (O.N. loan-word, see Bidrag 62 , 119 ) a coin of small value : penning . . . .i. pars in uncio [leg. uncia] . . . .i. cruind, Corm. Y 1076 . ba samalta re Meidb nā beth penning a selba lé as if she did not possess a mite, TBC 83 .

pensóir

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Forms: peansóir, peansoir

n i,m. a fencer (swordsman): peansóir `a fencer', Eg. Gl. 770 . peansoir, P. O'C. Cf. pinnseóir.

pentol

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n m. (Lat. mentulum? or pendulum?) the membrum virile : osse tarrnocht lebar-pentol, TBC² 2938 . Cf. inor aodhar imbe go foph a tonai. Is ed dano uchtlebar penntol, RC xii 86 § 93 [leg. is e dēnucht lebar-p.¤ ?].