? ploit

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n f. ro shluig an cat ploiti mora do chosaib Feargail `large pieces ', TFrag. 28.20 . Cf. plait bheag talmhan `a small patch of land', Dinneen s.v. plait ; but perh. meant for ploici, cf. plaic `a maniple, handful' P. O'C. ; Dinneen.

ploscartaigid

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Forms: ploscartuighim

v g. pants, palpitates: imp. 2 s. ploscartaigh, ling, séidnigh `beat, skip, pant', Eg. Gl. 428 . ploscartuighim `I puff or pant', Dinneen. plosgartuigha[i]m `to pant, throb, aspire ', O'R.

1 pluc

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n o,m.

(< ? 2 pluc, Ériu liii 152-53 , LEIA P-10-11 ). (a) a round mass, knob, lump, hence a mace or club? slúaig demna . . . ┐ pluic thentide ina llámaib ocá mbúalad, FA 26 ( LU 2182 ). Cf. ZCP iii 34.4 ; RC xxvi 156.9 . pluicc thenntige for lassad ina lamaib, PH 8109 .

(b) by extension a dense group or crowd : pluc mor do demhnaibh umam isind áer `horde', ZCP x 22.12 .

Compd. ¤mell: pluicmill luaide ` plug-lumps of lead' (used as missiles), CCath. 5657 .

2 pluc

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Forms: pluic

n m. and pluic f. (onomat. < the sound of releasing air from cheeks, whence the distended cheek itself, Ériu liii 153 ) a distended cheek; a cheek (colloquial): pluice ag síneadh a beoil, Triads p. 39.1 , gloss on: rige oíle `blowing out his cheek' (feat of a buffoon), § 116 . ? sluaigh ar sribhanaibh . . . stuíc a tinolaib | pluic a cabanaib, IT iii 92.4 (distended cheeks in booths, of jesters at a fair?). an fad do mhair focal id' phluic, Luc. Fid. 313.8 . ní fhuil teanga . . . im' phluc, O'Bruad. ii 26 z . ? mir pluc, gl. rubigorium, Ir. Gl. 750 ; `the (top) red part of the cheeks (?)', Stokes.

plucaire

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n m. `one that has great cheeks', P. O'C. don phlucaire `the big-jowled fellow', O'Gr. Cat. 584.2 (poem of 1700).

plúchad

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n m. pressing, squeezing, stifling : racht na feirge da dteachtadh [= dtachtadh] ┐ da bplúchadh, ZCP iv 428.12 .

? pludur

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ind is pludur duib bar menma udmall, BB 498b29 ( IT ii2 106.10 ), cf. Alex. 912 - 15 ; text corrupt, leg. pudur (pudar)?

pluirens

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Forms: Pluirens

n a florin (cf. Eng. florence, older name of the coin): ? pl. as ainm coitchionn don ór pluirensi isin tír-sin [sc. France], Ériu v 170.124 . suim do phluirensuibh óir, ib. 123 . Hence apparently the npr. m. Pluirens, ib. 128 .

plumpad

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n m. in compd.: rob imdo . . . claidme . . . 'ga cam- plumpad `many a sword bent', Fianaig. 90.10 . Cf. mod. plimp (plump) `a sudden dash or fall', Dinneen.

plúr

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n o,m. (early French loan-word, RC xii 468 )

(a) flour, meal : .x. meich . . . do phlur cruithnechta, LB 130b48 . plúr ro-glan arna pultadh, BCC § 32 . plúr gléghel, Maund. 160 . trí meadha do mhin phlúir fine meal, Gen. xviii 6 . ag diommoladh an phlúir neamhdha manna, TSh. 1572 , cf. 10890 .

(b) a flower (generally only in fig. sense): in dā plur da lisa the two fleurs-de- lis, D IV 2, 78ra 42 . plúr na mban, Oss. iv 266.4 . gég do phlúr Éirionn uile, KMMisc. 58 z .

plúsar

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x see blúsar.