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 .

pribiléid

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Forms: pribhléid

n f. (Eng. privilege?) a privilege, special favour : ar phribhiléid oiléin Í, Keat. iii 1330 . Mac Aingil 359.11 . priui- leid, 546.19 . ros-fuair . . . an uile mor-loigidheacht ┐ priuileit, Fl. Earls 158.16 . daingniughadh gach priuileide dia ttardsat na papaidhi dō, 148.29 . pribhléid, P. O'C.

pribiléidech

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adj o, ā. privileged, favoured : a phriomhcharuid priuileidech, BNnÉ 231 n. 1 (pribhleideach v.l.). ar altóir pribhileidigh, Mac Aingil 568.16 . ier ndenomh turais seacht primhaltor priuileidech, Fl. Earls 214.15 . comhacht na heagluise . . . arna thoirbheirt d'easpog na Róimhe go prímh- léideach as a prerogative, Eochairsg. 6.22 .

pricaid

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v ā. (Rom.) pricks, picks, pecks : an tṡúil . . . priocfuid féich . . . amach í, Prov. xxx 17 . priceam (priocam) `I sting, prick, goad', P. O'C.

priced

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n (= Eng. pricket, a spike on which a candle was fixed) a candle : co tapraibh ┐ co priceduibh ┐ co lampaib, ZCP vi 52.4 .

prichaig

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adv a kite (bird of prey): tainic priochaigh . . . san aedhar, SG 1.25 (= milvus, V.SS. Hib. i 217 § ii ).

prid

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Forms: prídkalde, prid, prid

n (= Lat. pridie) the day before ; used as prefix in dates. prídkalde, gl. pridie Kalendas, Sg. 220a1 . hi prid-callainn September, FM ii 818.14 . hi prid-kallann Mai, Leb. Gab. i 250.19 .

pridchad

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Forms: priotchadh

u,m. (late vn. formation from pridchaid) the act of preaching : atchuala agá phriotchadh, FM v 1462.8 . g s. iar tairccsin in pritca, D IV 2, 70va5 . priotchadh `a preaching', P. O'C.