prímdacht

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n f. primacy, superiority : ni rabi da cinib fer talman rasessad cutrumus fri Grecu . . . ar primdacht a popul, LL 217b45 TTr. 65 ). fath ara cuirther primhdhacht i lleith na tri mberla sin why superiority is assigned to these three languages, Auraic. 162 . priomhadhacht Peadar, Luc. Fid. 263.10 .

prímedach

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adj o, ā. (< prím on analogy of dechmadach ?) a payer of first-fruits? ba dechmadach primedach `pay tithes and first- fruits', Ériu ii 172 § 3 .

primidil

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n f. (mod. Ir.) first-fruits, firstlings (coll.): primidil na mbeathach, Levit. xxvii 26 . le p.¤ h'uile bhisigh, Prov. iii 9 .

prímit

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n f. (Lat. primitiae) generally used in pl.; the sing. is prob. a secondary formation. First-fruits: primit .i. in cre- dendo in Assia, gl. primitius Asiae, Wb. 7b10 . it primiti .i. nomen plurale, is primit som, gl. primitiae (of Christ), 13b24 . primiti a clainde ┐ primiti a torud, Ml. 99b5 . dechmada ┐ primiti ┐ almsana, Laws i 50.27 . Cf. O'Dav. 136 . dobertís dechmada ┐ prímite, PH 6013 . Lism.L. 1857 . As n-st.: ba hiat sin cét-asccada na ngennti do Dia ┐ a prímitin ar tús, LB 138b32 . ar cenn almsan ┐ primidhin, SG 87.31 . Dental stem: dechmhadh ┐ prīmhidedha do dhīl Celtica i 181.655 . (Fig.) caíntir co mmór in primit sin testá for Grécu (i.e. the first loss in- curred by the Greeks), LL 232a21 = TTr. 1100 . In Met. Dinds. i 20.98 : ar prímit áille, read prím-áit chief place, see v 284 s.v.

prímlach

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n m. a hero-warrior ? priomhlach .i. priomhláoch, O'Cl. See prím-.

prinnsa

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Forms: prinnsaighi, prionnsaidhe, prionnsadha

n m. (Eng. or Romance loan-word) a prince : do bi se 'na prinnsa ar an Asia mBic, Fél. 52.13 . righ no prinnsa, ZCP vi 81 z . ingen prinnsa, Maund. 47 . pl. prinnsaighi, Fl. Earls 148 z . go n-imat prinnsaidhe, 190.6 . prionnsaidhe, TSh. 5568 (= prin- cipes). prionnsadha, 69 . comhairligh na bprionnsadh, 70 . prionnsuidhe Phárao, Gen. xii 15 . ré prionnsadhuibh na sagart, Mac Aingil 276.2 . Of a woman: do lathair an prionnsa Elisabeth, FM v 1810 x , cf. vi 2264.8 .

prinnsacht

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n f. princedom, dominion : prinnsocht na peine, Aisl. Tund. 135 § 7 .

prinnsamail

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adj i. princely : ar phíoláidibh prionnsamhla, Keat. i 54.11 .

prinsipail

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n f. (Eng. loan-word)

(a) principal, capital sum (of money); aiseóguidh sé go hiomlán ina phrinnsipail he shall restore it . . . in its principal, Levit. vi 5 .

(b) principle, rule of conduct : as d'ar gceudphrinsiopaluibh, nach eidir, etc., Luc. Fid. 226.15 . prinseapáil, prionsapáil, P. O'C.

prinsipálta

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adj io, iā. principal, chief : an eaglais ba prionnsiopálta san ríoghacht, Keat. iii 308 . na sochair phrinsiopálta, TSh. 9090 . na ceithre comhartha phrinsipálta, O'Hussey TC 33.13 . da cethre puncaibh prionsiopailte, Parrth. Anma 401.3 . go bhfuil árdfhlaitheas . . . go prionsapálta ag an bPápa, Eo- chairsg. 7.8 . ceithri ranna prionncipālta Celtica i 164.46 . do rūnaibh dorcha prinncipálta in chreidimh 167.166 .

prinsipáltacht

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n f. predominance, pre-eminence : Lios Mór, agá mbiaidh tighearnas ┐ prinsiopáltacht mhór, ITS xvi 76.3 .