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.

prepher

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n o,m. (Lat. peripheria, RC xii 467 ) periphery, circum- ference : ro erig in grian . . . os ferlannaib . . . in prephir taeb- glain talmanta horizon, MR 112.11 .

prepost

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n m. (Lat. praepositus) the praepositus or prior of a monastery : ag prepoist na mainistrech, BNnÉ 52 § 43 . propost .i. prepost .i. prepositus , Corm. Y 1046 .

presanta

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n (Eng. loan-word) a present, gift : glacuim an bíadh . . . amhail phresanta o nimh, Parrth. Anma 25.22 . pl. pressantaidhi onoracha, Fl. Earls 186.15 . a presantoip, 150.4 .

pretaid

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Forms: pretae

v ā. (Lat. praedare) plunders, spoils: pres. 3 pl. rel. pretae, gl. depredantium, Ml. 134b10 . See preit.

Pretene

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pn (pl.) Britons ? Mongán . . . ab Artur filio Bicoir Pretene lapide percussus interit , Im. Brain i 84.18 , i.e. of the Britons, cf. RC xvii 178.4 (Tig., where MS. reads: bi coirpre tene). Acc. to Meyer, Wortk. 39 , a Cymric form corresponding to Ir. Cruithne; a view opposed by Marstrander, RC xxxvi 363 - 4 .

pretóir

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n i,m. = Lat. praetor: see propretóir.

priáil

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Forms: prigail

n f. (formation from Eng. fry, or Fr. frire) the act of fry- ing : neichi arna priail ┐ neichi rostaithe foods fried and roasted, 23 P 10³, 47b11 ; 52b6 . Also prigail: fine grécum arna prigail a n-im no a n-ola (= frixum), Rosa Ang. 218.12 , cf. 206.2 .

príbáidech

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Forms: príobháideach

adj o,a. (príbáid- < Eng. private) private, secret : príobháideach, P. O'C. spioraid phriobhaideach, Luc. Fid. 296.8 .