prull, prúll

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adv. greatly, excessively (an archaic or poetic word?): prull (prúll, LB) .i. aidbliugud mor ┐ metugad, ut dixit . . . in bainlethcerd . . . .i. immomloiscet mo dē n-ō prull my two ears burn me greatly (are very hot), Corm. Y 1059 p. 90.22 (: Thull); cf. ib. p. 93.19 .

psalm

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x and derivv. see salm.

psaltair

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x see saltair.

psilen

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n (Gr. ψῑλός) smooth breathing: do psilen gl. autem contrarie aspirationis Sg. 17 b 6 . do epsilien gl. contrarie aspirationis ÉC xi 113 (Paris Latin 10290 14 a 6) .

púca

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n m. a goblin, sprite : an pucadh da ngairir an spioraid phriobhaideach, Luc. Fid. 296.8 . In n.l.: go barr Tuim an Phuca, H. 3.18. p. 455 ( O'C. 1144 ). Common in folk-lore.

pudar

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Forms: pudhar, pudhar, pudhair

n o,m. and ā,f. (< Lat. pudor? Stokes, Fél. Gloss.) pudhar m., IGT Dec. § 17.13 . pudhar f. (d s. -air, g s. -ra), § 37.6 . pudhair f. (g s. n p. -ra), § 10.9 .

(a) harm, mischief, misfortune : oft. as pred. with cop.: is pudar sein that is unfortunate, Thes. ii 323.12 ( Hy. iv pref. ). snigfid crú a cnesaib curad | . . . bid lan-pudar, TBC² 78 ( LU 4587 ). pudar a thecht fo thalmain! ZCP viii 272.9 ( Rawl. 88a15 ). pudair don itaid a ēg sad was his death from thirst, Ériu x 83 § 65 . ní fess mo bunad . . . is pudar lemm féin co fír I regret it (= feel it a disadvantage), Ériu vii 225 § 48 ( LL 209a23 ). pudhur leamsa a ndingéntar . . . .i. bás d'faghbáil dúin, Acall. 1783 . is dál dia mbia pudar of which harm will come, TBC 3271 . ni fhil pudar ann cia moltar [nech] ara deggním there is no harm in a man's being praised for his well-doing, PH 6078 . adubairt nach raibhe pudhar and sin that no harm was done (i.e. that the consequences of his sin were not serious), BCC 222.12 . cid pudhur fil sund etir? what is wrong with this place? BColm. 28.14 . pudhur mór ┐ olc adbal . . . d'eirghi trid sin i Connachtaibh, AU ii 468.7 . gurab de lenus pudhar may misfortune cleave to him! ZCP x 44.8 = BNnÉ 309.30 . gach duine dogníth cinta nó pudar frisin rí[g], ZCP iv 239.14 . atibhset an linn cusan neim ┐ ní derna pughur doibh, Lism.L. 1720 . dorignis ar pudar thou hast done us harm, RC xxiii 426 z . ba dín ar cach ṅdrochphudair, LL 27b48 . ro saor ar puthair Pádraig `which P. redeemed from sorrow', FM i 130 z (poem). g s. in dét in maicc mor-phudair `the much- lamented (? hapless, unfortunate) youth', Met. Dinds. iv 34.48 (: Lugaid) = phudar (: Lugad), LL 199a57 . fo fath pudra (= with malicious intent), Laws i 178.6 . Cf. iii 286.12 . ara minci pudrae do mnaibh because it so often does hurt to women, O'Mulc. 144 . g p. mor cor, mor pudhar, mor n-uch, Acall. 4746 . In chevilles: cúis phudhair, Content. xvi 103 . lór do phudhar, A. Ó Dálaigh li 15 .

With extension of meaning: ar n-ionghuire ar phudhair na dtrí dtairnge `my protection against the pain of the three nails' (i.e. against retribution for my share in Christ's death), A. Ó Dálaigh xv 17 . a Risdeird . . . a phudhair ar dtinnis (i.e. whose death is cause of our sickness), Hackett xl 34 .

(b) mistake, blunder : error est (is pudar), Fél. 4.28 . ni ainic acht aen-phudhair, Auraic. 2118 (of mistakes in prosody). tri phudra three blunders, 2111 .

Compd. ¤cú: do mharbhais [dá] pudharchoin (i.e. wolves), ITS v 134.17 .

púdar

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n o,m. (AN loanword, Risk 593 ) powder (in various senses): cor scribadur . . . a pudur mullach na cnoc in the dust, Maund. 22 . do mín ┐ do phughdar onorach `excellent flour', Marco P. 166 . Freq. in med. texts: dena pudar de, Rosa Ang. 96.18 . pudar orda Golden Powder (name of a remedy), 144.3 . púdar deasgaid fína powdered wine-lees, O'Gr. Cat. 180.8 . Gunpowder : cona n-ordanas, cona bpúdar, FM v 1662.7 . secht fichit bairille púdair, vi 2012.3 .

púdarlach

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n m. a morose, surly person (used of both sexes). an Éigean, | púdarlach ó ló an chéidfhir, Measgra D. 74.18 = Duan. Finn ii 58 § 5 (`a surly wretch'). púdarlach brúidhte mar Shaidhbh, O'Bruad. i 72.9 .

pudrach

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adj o, ā. (pudar)

(a) hurtful, mischievous : pecadha pudracha, MR 168.10 . ? ga proisoil ga puthirich Angus Matheson Essays 157 .

(b) blundering, faulty : co nach be in gres glephudrach so that the work be not manifestly faulty, Auraic. 2048 .

pudraige

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n f. (abstr. from pudrach) hurtfulness : pudhair dá pudraighe however hurtful, Measgra D. 52.28 (poem by Maolmhuire Ó Huiginn, 16th cent.).

púdráil

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n f. (púdar) the act of powdering : feoil fliuch arna pudrail `moist meat powdered' (i.e. sprinkled with salt), Rosa Ang. 264.4 (= carnes humidae et salitae).