pinntélaid

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Forms: peinntelta, peinnteladh

v (also -eálaid) paints; decorates with painting : noch . . . phinndélas é le bhermilion, Jerem. xxii 14 . part. go pictuirip peinntelta , Fl. Earls 72.5 . fo throngcoip . . . peinn- teailte painted trunks, 252.21 . vn. peinnteladh, 144.7 , cf. 178.3 .

pinnteóir

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n painter : Lucas, Grēugach, easbag gráidh … pinnteoir Celtica iv 164 § 242 .

pinnteóracht

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Forms: pinntiúracht, pingtiureacht

n f. also pinntiúracht. The art of painting : tugtha . . . do phinteoracht given to painting, Corp. Astron. 84.6 . In concrete sense, a painting; paintings : mairidh an pinntiúracht sin fós, Maund. 67 . ar son . . . na pinnteoirachta bhíos ortha (of images), O'Hussey TC 140.3 . pingtiureacht, Ériu xi 178 z .

pione

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n (Romance loan-word) name of a plant, peony : Rosa Ang. 140.17 ; 260.11 . Arch. i 331.31 .

píonús

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n o,m. punishment : go nglacfuid píonús a n-uilc, Levit. xxvi 41 . a mbreith amach do chum pionuís, Acts xii 19 .

pípa

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Forms: píp, píba

n m. (Romance < Lat. pipa) also píp (píb, píba).

(a) a pipe (mus. instrument): pípai, fidli, Met. Dinds. iii 20.257 . sinnter adhurca ┐ piba agaibh, RC xix 154 § 138 (pipada v.l.). an tiompán ┐ an píob, Isa. v 12 . píopa canna is coilér the pipe, the can, the cellar (instruments of revelry), O'Gr. 556.14 .

(b) a pipe, tube : seacht bpíopa chum na seacht lampuibh, Zech. iv 2 .

(c) the throat : thar píp thug snódh an gheódh ghil . . . i dtáir, Hackett xxi 44 .

(d) a pipe of wine : gealphíopa, O'Bruad. iii 6 § 3 . Domhnall na bpíopaidhe, FM vi 1945 n .

pípaire

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n m. a piper : bíth píobaire ag seinm, TSh. 5719 . comhenechlann iad ┐ na pipairedha, Mann. and Cust. iii 336 n .

pípairecht

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n f. piping, playing the pipe : ag píobaireacht le píobuibh, 1 Kings i 40 . TSh. 5716 .

pípán

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n o,m. (dim. of pípa) lit. a small pipe or tube : slán di a coibchi . . . cid bec i fur beas fair gin gu raib acht pípán no grus ingnige, H. 3.17 c. 658a ( O'Don. 928 ): of a wife whose dowry is restored to her by her husband; apparently some article of small value, a pipe or flute? In mod. lit. the wind- pipe, throat : connuimh . . . do phíobán ó thart, Jerem. ii 25 .

pipur

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Forms: pipur

n o,m. (Lat. piper) pepper : pipur, gl. piper, Ir. Gl. 1072 . pibur dubh, RC ix 239.8 ; Rosa Ang. 258.17 . pipur fada, 258.24 ; (= piper longum), O'Gr. Cat. 208 y (píbar). pibar geal, Marco P. 154 . lus piobair pepperwort , Hog. Luibh. 108 .

píráidecht

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Forms: píoráid

n f. (Romance) piracy : ag luingseóireacht . . . fá phíoráideacht an pheacaidh, TSh. 2165 . píoráid `a pirate ', P. O'C., Dinneen.