prém

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n ā,f. later variant form of frém a root : for préma ┐ for bonu na crand, PH 7275 . dair . . . co mbeidís a premha ar fogluasacht fuíthi, CCath. 340 . lan [do] premaibh ┐ do luibhibh, BNnÉ 73 § 130 . an phréamh, TSh. 2482 . ag cog- namh na préime, 2481 . go soiche a phréimh, 3423 (d s. for a s.). (fig.) is e in craidhi is premh ┐ in spirut is geg (= cor est radix ipsius spiritus), Rosa Ang. 124.4 . a Phádraig, a phréamh iodhan! Dán Dé xii 26 . n p. preimdhi Celtica ii 122.39 .

Compds. géag do phréamhfhuil Dháibhi original race, Keat. Poems 397 . síodhaidhe préamhghlan of pure race, 253 . ó lubhra an phréimhpheacaidh do chin ó Ádhamh original sin, TSh. 508 .

prémach

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Forms: prémcha

n m. (variant of frémach) roots (coll.): an long do tromuccadh do premhach ┐ do luibhennaibh, BNnÉ 74.11 . pl. cuislenna . . . re n-abar precmha, ITS xiv 156.30 (leg. prémcha).

prémad

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n u,m. the act of planting: g s. craobha . . . tar éis a bpréamhtha, Keat. Poems 582 .

prémaigid

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g. plants: vn. (in fig. sense) do phréamhughadh Dál Riada i n-Albain to establish, Keat. ii 5792 .

prémamail

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adj i (prém) radical; essential, fundamental (of the moisture that is essential to the body): na flichideachta premamla = humidi radicalis Éigse iii 226 . san bhflichidheacht phréamh- amhail, TSh. 3168 .

premanabel

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adj (Eng. permanabill, 16th cent., Risk 604 ) enduring, permanent : is e is ainm di premanabel Celtica ii 134.360 .

prep

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n ā,f. (cf. prap) a bounce, start : bedg . . . no prep (of a horse), Laws iii 180.18 Comm. o preip no o speic cosi `kick', Mackinnon Cat. 25.2 . do phreip eich, FM iv 868 w . T. do marbadh . . . lena each féin do phreib, AU iii 396.16 . go ngabhann tú do phreabuibh ar Chriosd, Mac Aingil 32.5 (i.e. trample on, allusion to Hebr. x 29 ). Cf. ic brebgail `spurning', CCath. 6101 , prob. a compd. of this word.

prep-

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x see also preb-.

prepad

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n m. starting, bouncing : a scat[h] no a preapu[d], Laws v 154.25 Comm. (of horses). ? fri prepadh cach indligid atlen ua ┐ iarmo ┐ innua, Eg. 88 f. 18a ( O'C. 2246 ). Cf. prap.

prepaid

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v ā. starts, bounces ; phreabas Garaidh risan gáir started up, Ériu i 18.33 . gerrán phreabas that shies, Mac Aingil 537.12 . preabh [sic] led chois `stamp with thy foot', Ezek. vi 11 .

prepan

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n m. a prebend ? slicht lebair in prepain Cunga, Plummer Colophons 17 n. 2 = in prebbain, ib. a lebur in prepain, ib. n. 3 ; acc. to Plummer a deriv. of Lat. praebenda.