3 pilér, pillér, pilliúr

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n m. (formed fr. Eng. pillow? cf. Mid. Eng. pilweber, pillowber) a pillow, cushion : do na mnáibh fhuáighidhios piléur ar na huile uilleannuibh, Ezek. xiii 18 (= clúascháin, ed. 1817). a n-aghaidh bhur bpiléur, ib. 20 (= n-adhart, 1817). cearchall, cluaschan, pileir `a pillow', Eg. Gl. 199 . peiliúr (pilliúr), Dinneen.

*pille

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Forms: pillidhi

n [f.] (Romance loan-word < Lat. pillula) a pill : pl. pillidi doniter do campura, Rosa Angl. 108.23 . pillidhi, O'Gr. Cat. 268.23 .

pillid

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vb. see fillid.

pillín

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n m. a pillion; a pack-saddle : ar muin eich gan phillín, Rel. Celt. ii 198.20 . pl. leath-phillínidhe, Pairl. Chl. Tom. 386 ( Gadelica i 46 ).

pilóid

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Forms: piolóid

n f. variant of pilóir a pillory : cuirfedh a piloid tú mar gadaidhi, RC xix 142 § 115 . docum na piloide, ib. (fig.) an pheannaid ┐ an philóid anna bhfuilid torment, anxiety , RC xxiii 32.28 . piolóid, O'R. Dinneen.

pilóir

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Forms: piloir, piolóir

n i,m. (Eng. loan-word?) a pillory, stocks : piloir, gl. colos- drigium (= collistrigium), Ir. Gl. 1136 . piolóir m. `a pillar, a pillory', Dinneen.

pilóit

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Forms: pioláid

n m. (Eng. loan-word) a pilot : ni roipe piloit eolach sa chuan sin aca, Fl. Earls 12.8 ; 14.23 . pioláid, -óid `a pilot', P. O'C.

piment

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Forms: piment

n m. (Romance loan-word) piment, a spiced beverage of wine and honey : piment (= melicratum), Rosa Ang. 260.3 . gabh an spiosradh . . . ┐ dena piement de maille ré fíon, 23 K 42, 413.21 .

pin

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n f.

Perh. = pín.

(a) name of a tree or bush with edible berries , in the Auraic. somet. identified with ifin (iphin). pin . . . isin caill. De atbertar caera pinne, Auraic. 5524 (`pine . . . gooseberries', Calder, but the nom. and gen. seem to refer to the same tree or shrub). millsem feda .i. pin . . . [ar is don chrunn dianid ainm pin is ainm millsium feda.] De atbertar caera pinne, 5608 - 9 . amram blais .i. pin no ifin, 5666 . ipin .i. spinan no spin, et dicitur millsim fedha pin .i. caor, 4305 . pin: millsem fedho .i. spín, Anecd. iii 44.5 ; 45.3 . Calder gives the mean- ings pine, gooseberry and rowan in Auraic. Gloss.

(b) name of the Ogham letter p : pin ar p atā, Auraic. 1365 , cf. 4507 .

pín

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Forms: píonchrann

n f. (Romance < Lat. pinus) Perh. = pin. a pine-tree; pine-wood : ? cetheora doirsi . . . co dtairsightibh suidighti do bín bric bhuilidh, TBC 5607 St. (do bhin, do bhinn v.l.). iolar i mbarr na píne, Measgra D. 12.35 (Seán Ó Neachtain, 17/18th cent.). píonchrann `a pine tree', O'R.

pinédi

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n pl. pennets, pan sugar : is maith pinēdi ┐ almoint tsearba arna nglanad ōna croicinn RSláinte 1621 .