poll

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Forms: poll, Puill

n o,m. (< AS pól, Stokes, Acall. Gloss., cf. Eng. pool) poll, IGT Dec. § 67.9 . A hole : poll quasi toll, Corm. Y 1075 . Generally of an opening or cavity in the earth: poll talman, TBC 5667 St. asin pull talman, Cáin Ad. § 2 . tir . . . a claetar poll, Laws iv 6.12 (of the trench formed by casting up a dyke). Poll Ruadhayn (id est fouea Ruadani), V.SS. Hib. ii 246.21 and note. latharpholl talman (i.e. a hiding-place), Acall. 3537 . poll móna a bog-hole , ZCP x 20.11 . cluchi puill, TBC 972 (a game in which balls were driven to a hole in the ground). inti buailis in liathroid o poll na himána, Laws iii 554.5 Comm. Of of a hole forming a passage : poll trésin coirthi, Acall. 4470 . ro dhéchsad for poll na heochrach key-hole , ZCP v 495 = toll, Anecd. ii 17 § 11 . tre poll na comhladh no na heochrach, BNnÉ 237 z . a pull na sróna nostril , O'Gr. Cat. 265 z . tri polluibh a srona, ZCP vi 279 x . Of the pit of hell : seacht ngadhair do ghadhraibh puill seven of the hounds of hell, Timthire viii 13 § 25 (15th-cent. poem). In place-names gen. denotes a cave or pool , see Hogan Onom. s.v. poll .

Cf. the npr. m.: aithe Blathnaiti ingine Puill maic Fidhaigh, Anecd. ii 45.10 .

pollach

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adj o, ā. containing holes, perforated : breifneach .i. pollach, O'Cl.

pollaid

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v ā. perforates, pierces : gonfat [pollfad, pollfot v.l.]. do thaebh don tsleigh so, RC xix 28 § 25 . See pollta.

pollaire

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Forms: pollaire, pollaire

n io,m. a nostril : pollaire, IGT Dec. § 2.31 . pollaire nó cuinneán na sróna, Eg. Gl. 509 . duine aga bhfuil a anál iona pholláiribh, Isa. ii 22 ; cf. Job xxvii 3 . pollaire `a narrow hole, a button-hole, a nostril', P. O'C.

pollta

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adj io, iā. part. of pollaid: aran ccloich tholta (phollta v.l.), BNnÉ 164 § 33 (of a stone with a hole or hollow ).

Polónia

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n (Lat. Polonia) Poland: gan bhróga ar nós Polónia Éigse xii 139 § 3 .

pónair

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Forms: pónar, pónar, pónair, pónuire, pónar

n f. and pónar o,m. (O.N. loan-word, Bidrag 59 , 96 ) pónar m., IGT Dec. § 11.5 . pónair f., § 13.11 . pónuire m., § 2.12 ; cf. pónuire d'uathadh ┐ d'iollradh, ib. Introd. § 84 (i.e. p.¤ is used both as sing. and pl.). A bean-plant; beans (coll.): sepe no seibe .i. ponaire beans, O'Dav. 1476 . ponair Egipt, gl. lupinus, Arch. i 327.60 . ní fásann pis nā pónair ann, Maund. 114 . pis ┐ ponuir, Rosa Ang. 160.1 . pónar, 2 Sam. xvii 28 ; Ezek. iv 9 . gráinne pónra, Measgra D. 12.7 .

ponc

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Forms: punc

n o,m. (Lat. punctum) a point : ponc (= punctum), Sg. 150b1 . cethir punct (= .iiii. punctis), Bcr. 33a10 = Thes. ii 20.38 (learned form). ponc a poncto [leg. puncto] latine , Corm. Y 1072 . punc, gl. punctus, Ir. Gl. 474 .

(a) in local sense: as é pongc medónach an talman an t-inad ar sáidedh an cros, Maund. 72 . i púngc medonach in domain, LB 157b34 . is é an bás is pongc déidheanach do líne na beatha, TSh. 713 .

(b) of time, point, moment : isin punc amsire hitāmm at this present moment, Aisl. MC 41.8 . a bponc an meadhoin lae, Rule of Tall. 36 § 61 . sacramhuint do thabhairt doibh san phonc dheidheanach at the last moment, 10 § 13 . a ponc bhais at point of death, AU iii 582.10 . tuitid i bpongc go hifreann (= in puncto), TSh. 569 . ar in ponc sin fein 'immediately' Celtica ii 132.276 , 138.505 .

(c) a point, item, matter (of discourse, etc.): is minphongc ┐ is nefní cech ní i n-athfhégad na gorta a small matter, LB 157a31 . guidim thu . . . co n-innisi tu dam in phais ina pong- caib ┐ ina caibidilaib in detail, 280b61 . do réir na n-ughdar . . . admhas an teannphonc-sa who admit this important point, Content. xvi 159 . gan mhearughadh puinc, Keat. Poems 284 . ní bhí ina ainbfios orthaib aonphonc dona helodhnaib no single item of the arts, O'Gr. Cat. 556.9 . na puinc as prionnsio- pálta d'airteglaibh ar ccreidimh, Parrth. Anma 58.21 .

(d) in music a degree or note of the gamut : ut ré mí fá sól lá . . . na sé puinc-si, ZCP v 497.26 . an cet-ponc dib .i. ut, ib. 27 .

(e) a specified division of time, 15 minutes : da minuit go leith i ponc, ceithri puinc i n-uair, MR 108.10 (see note D p. 332).

(f) cautery : as maith an ponc do chosc fluxa na fola RSláinte 10313 . air an adbar sin bíth a fhis agad corob tarbach an ponc do thirmugad na leanann 10306 . adēram tarba generālta na ponc 10304 . do na poncaibh 10296 . as annamh gnáthuigid na daíne slána na puinc 10294 .

pond

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n [o,n.] (Lat. pondo) a pound-weight (O.Ir.): fiche pond, gl. pondo viginti, Sg. 70a9 .

1 pont

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n pound see punt.

2 pont

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adj. ` austere, harsh ', P. O'C. O'R. pont .i. borb, O'Cl. pont borb, Met. Gl. Ff. 61 (perh. O.N. loan-word, Stokes; Bidrag 125 ).