2 plás

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n o,m. feigning, guile, deceit : is inchreidhte nach plás a ghlór `truly his speech is not feigned', Oss. iv 118 z . ní plás ná bréag, Munster Poets 36.5 (2nd ed.). píosa pláis, O'Bruad. ii 8 z . a Fhódla phláis! deceitful , Keat. Poems 37 .

plástra

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Forms: plastra, plastradha

n (Romance loan-word) m. a plaster or poultice : plastra, gl. epitima (= epithema), Arch. i 336.114 . Rosa Ang. 118.12 . pl. plastradha, 102.12 . uinneminnti ┐ plasdragha, O'Gr. Cat. 268.24 . le plasdraib, 23 P 10³, 17b40 .

pláta

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Forms: plata

n m. (Romance loan-word) a plate, flat piece of metal : plata (= lamina), Rosa Ang. 208.10 . pláta d'ór, Exod. xxviii 36 . g p. mili plata d'or, ZCP vi 47.9 . coll. plate (table-gear): plata oir ┐ airgit, Fl. Earls 48.2 . ? ó rígh Pholand an phláta, Hackett xl 99 . Plate armour : go n-eidigip plata, Fl. Earls 32.1 . éidedh plata, FM vi 2026.16 . go n-eidedhaibh plát, v 1644.4 .

? platanta

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n pl.: ilar n-én . . . foleimdis tre lud eter na platnantaib [punctum delens under the first n] ordaib batar isin tig, BB 493a21 ( IT ii2 99 ) = itir na pelatib, Alex. 597 . A deriv. of Lat. platanus `plane-tree' (Plummer MS. notes)?

plé

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x see pléidh.

plea

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n amra sámud sanct-Brigte, | amra plea conhúala, Thes. ii 328.7 ( Hy. v 13 ); glossed: Amra Plea .i. Bl[asantia] .i. cathir sen fil do Brigit in Italia; nó Plea cathir fil do Brigit for Muir Icht, ib. 32 ; similarly Fél. 64.29 . By edd. Thes. taken as name of a place; acc. to Vendryes, RC xlii 403 , a loan-word from Low Lat. plagia, plaia ` open space, place '. Acc. to Carney, this is a British borrowing of Lat. plaga and means land, Éigse xix 192 . See pla(e).

plé(idh)

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n (Eng. loan-word?), also plé. Pleading (a suit), arguing, disputing: cia an Cú Chulainn bhus ursa ré plé iompa? `to act as their advocate', O'Bruad. ii 4.10 . cléirche Chailbhín . . . gan pléidh a peataoi ar phópaireacht haranguing (?), iii 88 = gan phlé, O'Gr. Cat. 518.29 . chum seasaimh i bpléidh `to stand in the contest', E. O'Rahilly² xxxv 11 . pléidhe (plé) m. and f. `contending, wrangling, . . . litigation', Dinneen.

pléideáil

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n f. (formation from Eng. plead ?) pleading (a suit): arguing, disputing: ann gach pleideail dhlightheamhuil an [leg. as] riachtanas triur, Luc. Fid. 272.13 . dul dochum pleideala no consboide leis, 232.19 . See pléit.

Pléimenn

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n m. also Pléimen(n)ach o,m. a Fleming, Dutchman . As surname: Ricard Plemendach in Gall, RC xviii 296.7 (Tig.) = R. Plémenn, ALC i 152.20 . re hOpdam Pléimionn, O'Gr. Cat. 565.24 (the Dutch admiral Opdam). potairidhe na bPleimeanach, Eochairsg. 3.9 .

pléit

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n f. wrangling, contention : lór do pléid (: méid), Measgra D. 13.10 (poem of 14th or 15th cent.). is mór an bhuile phleite do bhí ar Liogurgius `spiteful madness', TTebe p. xvi 31 (scribe's note). pléid ` spite, wrangle ', Dinneen. pleide `spite', O'R. See pléideáil.

pleo

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n a flame ? la Petar breo prímdae, Fél. Ep. 258 , = pleo, LB and Rawl. B 512 ; pleo nó breo, 23 P 3 .