píb

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x and derivv. see píp.

píbaid, píbaigid

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v g. chirps, squeaks (a deriv. of píp or a loan- word from Eng. peep `mutter, squeak'?): ar fháistineachaibh phíobas ┐ channranus, Isa. viii 19 . ni raibh neach . . . d'fhos- cuil an béul nó do phíobuidh, x 14 (the Engl. A.V. uses the vb. `peep' in both instances).

pibar

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x see pipur.

pibín

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n m. name of a plant : pibin allaid, gl. salvaria sparagus, Arch. i 334.1 . Stokes connects the word with píp.

pibracas, (pibarcas)

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Forms: pibrais, piobarcas

n (Eng. pepper-cress or pepper-carse) m. name of a plant, nasturtium ? gl. auisterium, Arch. i 331.15 . sil pibracais, 23 P 10, iii 25b21 , cf. sil pibrais , ib. 11a38 . (? leg. pibr[ac]ais Éigse iii 224-25 ). do-ni pibur cas … an cedna = et similiter nasturcium Éigse iii 225 . d'olaid lile ┐ do pibur cas = oleo de lilio et nasturcio ibid . piobarcas ` pepperwort, dillander, cock- weed ', P. O'C.

pic(c)

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Forms: picc

n f. (Lat. pix, pic-em) pitch, tar : in picc, gl. pix, RC ix 243.5 . airbrunni na liburni . . . árna níamdubad di phicc, LL 235b29 ( TTr. 1390 ). ni chuirid pic forro, Marco P. 145 (of caulking boats). do chuimlettar da ccenglaibh . . . pic ┐ róisin, BNnÉ 52 § 44 . a gclaochlódh i bpic (= in picem), TSh. 6725 . picc, Rosa Angl. 118.3 . imat crann giúaiss . . . dia ttair[rng]ther pic (i.e. resin), Fl. Earls 84.28 . do loguibh pice talmhuidhe slime-pits, Gen. xiv 10 . As name of a plant : pic gregach, gl. col[o]fuinia (= colophonia), Arch. i 327.58 .

pic(c)ardach

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n o,m. a Scottish Pict (a formation by metathesis from Lat. Pictores, see AU 668 , 675 , 727 ?): ro gab Nechtan ríghi na Picardach, RC xvii 234.15 (Tig.). cath . . . iter Picardachaib, ib. 13 . eter Piccardaib, 235.6 .

píce

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n f. (AN loan-word, Risk 605 ) a pole or pike : meid . . . do picidhip poles, Fl. Earls 58.10 . forccomh . . . do phíce pike (weapon), FM vi 2114.24 . co n-ailtnibh . . . et picibh accus crománaibh, Aisl. Tund. 102.1 . lucht pícedh pike-men , Rel. Celt. ii 188.25 .

píchán

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n m. hoarseness, wheezing : docamal na hanála . . . re píchán mór, O'Gr. Cat. 188.27 (late 15th cent. med. text).

picóid

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n f. a mattock, pickaxe : do ghérughadh . . . a thúaighe ┐ a phicóide, 1 Sam. xiii 20 . g p. na bpicóideadh, ib. 21 . rucadar tuagha ┐ picoidi leó, RC xix 278 § 202 .

Pict

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pn m. (< pl. Lat. Picti) a Pict , in late writers replacing the native term Cruitnech; in AU the names Lat. Picti, Pictores are used. n p. na Picti , Keat. i 46.46 , cf. na Cruithnigh eadhon Picti, 198 z . rí na bPict, ii 6042 . Compd. rí na bPictphobal, ii 6034 . piocht (ciocht) `a pict or painter', P. O'C. , may be a confusion of this word with cicht.