praisech

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n ā,f. (Lat. brassica):

(a) pottage : praissech nennta, Fél. 146.20 . crann suaiti na praisci, ib. 25 . tresin praissig, ib. 27 . praissech, BCC § 356 . do reic [Esau] a oighreacht ar chorn praisge, TSh. 8320 . cópán phraisgi, Mac Aingil 23.18 . prai- seach `pottage made of meal and pot-herbs', P. O'C.

(b) cabbage, kail : gne garb don praisigh, Arch. i 331.32 . sdupocca praisce cabbage stalks, Rosa Ang. 90.21 . caulis hortensis .i. an praiseach garrdha, 23 K 42, 393.14 .

praitic

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n f. (learned loan-word < Lat. practica) practice (of medicine) (but see Éigse xi 163-64 ): leabhar . . . do phraitic na healadhna leighis, O'Gr. Cat. 211.15 . mur is follus annsa phraitic RSláinte 3606 .

praiticecht

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Forms: praiticecht

n f. practice (of medicine) (but see Éigse xi 163-64 ): sai derbhtha a fisigecht ┐ a teoreicecht ┐ a praiticecht in theory and practice, AU iii 466.16 . praiticecht, O'Gr. Cat. 211.24 . Of a particular treatise or compendium : an biadh ordaigheas C. ana praitigeacht fein, 23 P 10³, 69b17 .

prand

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Forms: brann, prann

n (Teutonic loan-word?) a wave : prand .i. tond, Lec. Gl. 540 = brann, 338 M . prann tonn mara, Met. Gl. 33 § 18 . prann `a wave, surge or billow ', P. O'C. No exx. from lit.

prap(p)

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Forms: praipidi, prap, prap, prap, prap, prapchaillte

adj. (onomat.) quick, rapid, sudden , gen. as pred. with cop. is prap a persannacht `his character is changeable (?)', Tec. Corm. § 33.6 ( hasty, abrupt?). prap i comlond clíathcha in caemh, BB 53a35 . rapa phrapp in chomeirggi, LL 27a53 . ger prap sain da bās ga buain | ar fās in air re haenuair the crop spring- ing up at once was being already reaped, quick (soon) though it was, Arch. iii 245 § 29 . fāth is prap the reason is quickly seen; obvious (?), ZCP vi 268.4 . Compar. with DE: feóil lenum doberdis dí combad praipiti no fhoirbredh that she might grow faster, Cóir Anm. 170 = combad prapiti no āsad, LU 4436 . ni praipiti no antais don imbualadh no sooner did they cease fighting, CCath. 6133 . praipidi, 3403 . Rarely as attrib.: ruathar prap a speedy rout, Ériu iv 226.17 . iomad ngiall prap `many swift captives' (? hostages ready at hand), ITS v 56.17 .

More often adv. quickly, suddenly, soon : prap ros rathaig in rigan, LL 49a30 . in cheist do chuirdis . . . prap ro fhuas- laiced Find, Acall. 2555 . iascc adúadhas prap rom loiscc, BNnÉ 82.17 .

With co: digēltar co prapp, LU 9909 ( PRIA iii 536 § 20 ). amal turcbas tene fo cetoir ┐ báidid co prap doridisi dies down again quickly, PH 2408 . dogēbh bās co prap, ZCP vi 26 z . bronach iatt ó scur go prap when [the bell] suddenly stops (ringing) (?), ZCP xii 395.8 . aniú is suaithnidh co prab `it is readily manifest', Buile S. 46.11 . aimsir an leighis go prap (= occasio praeceps), 23 K 42, 1.7 .

As subst. = prapad: lé prap na súl, TSh. 571 , 10374 . See Ériu xxi 28 .

Compds. ¤caillte: prapchaillte ` closefistedness ', Triads 212 (.i. a bheith cruaidh ┐ luath, p. 42 ). Cf. sechmoallat gach fir prapcoillti .i. seachmallat in firinde in fiallach is gér im na fiachaib . . . in cach bis ac prapadh a ae, H. 3.18 p. 284 ( O'C. 570 ), i.e. those who are rigorous in pressing for payment of debts? Cf. the parallel: sechmoella E ach fír prap cunnarta, ib. 647a ( O'C. 1449 ), with similar gloss. ¤gal: re prapgail . . . na miled swift action in combat, MR 256.16 . ¤loscad: og prap- losccadh a bpúdair speedily igniting, exploding, Hugh Roe 84.10 (f. 22b) . ¤tintód: ic dianleimnech suas ┐ ic praptintodh anuas, CCath. 5892 .

prapad

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n m. (cf. prap and brathad, brafad and see Greene, ériu xxi 27-28 ) moving suddenly, a swift convulsive move- ment: tinaid ┐ erchranaid fri prapud n-oenuaire in the passing of a moment, PH 6062 . teneloiscfes teora cetraimthi fer nErenn fri prapad súla in the twinkling of an eye (in a trice), RC xii 426 § 10 . BNnÉ 295.8 . fri prapad na sulai, RC x 56 n. 7 = fria brathad súla, text. With obj. gen. urging forward: in tí bis ac prapadh na fiach pressing (for prompt payment) of debts (?), H. 3.18 p. 285 ( O'C. 570 ). in cach bis ac prapadh a ae, ib. 284 . Cf. also prepaid.

prás

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n o,m. (Romance loan-word) brass : i soithigibh prais, Marco P. 26 . peilir prais, ZCP vi 284.20 . go raibhe an t-aieór atá ós do chionn 'na phrás (= sit caelum aeneum), TSh. 9704 . Cf. budh prás an spéir, Deuter. xxviii 23 . (fig.) pobal práis brazen, froward, Hackett xlii 62 .

prasach

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adj o, ā. talkative, boastful ? Pilip p.¤ `the loquacious ', Caithr. Thoirdh. 122.15 . Cf. bras-scēlach, LU 10146 ; brasse `talking big, boasting', Contrib.

prascán

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n m. a rabble, mob: prascan, corrmarguighidh `abject, base persons', Eg. Gl. 168 . prascán `a bundle, gang, mob ', Dinn.

praslacha

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Forms: paslacha

n f. a species of duck; `a diver or teal', P. O'C. who also gives the form paslacha. an p[r]easlacha gona dá hén déig, Med. & Mod. Ir. Ser. vii 154 = an phraslacha, reading of other MSS. A compd. of lacha duck, and pras (bras, fras) `quick, nimble', P. O'C. ?

1 pratainn

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Forms: pratainn

n f. (prob. formed from Eng. prating) prate, chatter : scuir dod phratainn! Hackett li 12 . pratainn, Dinneen.