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).

pugin

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n some part of a balance (for weighing)? scaoilter pain la pugin puncern, Corm. Y 397 = promthair p.¤ la pugin puin- cern, 1052 . See puincern.

? puigne

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n machae .i. puigne, Fél.² lxxxii (gl. Patricc Machae, May 28 ); perhaps intended for Gr. μάχη(ς) and Lat. pugnae, as Stokes suggests.

? puinc

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n hi puincerne puinc, Corm. Y 304 (d s f.?). See follg. Cf. puingc `money (Béarl. na Saor)', Dinneen.

puincern

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Forms: puncern

n f. some kind of balance or apparatus for weighing ? promthair pain la' pugin puincern, Corm. Y 1052 (= puin- ceirnn, Laud) = puncern, 397 . puincern didiu .i. cern tomaiss sella ┐ med tomais indile .i. in med inbech, 1053 (a measure for measuring a `selann' and a balance for weighing cattle, a notched balance ?). g s. cimm uim olas nuim hi puincerne puinc, 304 (citation from the Bretha Nemed) = i punacerni puinc, Corm. p. 12 s.v. cím. See Laws Gloss. s.v. selaind .

puincne

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n a measure or value equivalent to a `screpal': puingcne .i. screbul meidi inbiche, is e sin screpul nGaoidel .i. oiffing, Corm. Y 1050 . puincne is ainm do scribol, Met. Gl. Ff. 61 . pui[n]cni sgreabull, Met. Gl. 33 § 18 (Eg.). puingcne .i. sgrea- ball, O'Cl. .iiii. scripuil fichit [= fichet] no .iiii. afuingi fichit nó .iiii. puincni .xx. (equivalent values), O'Dav. 25 . Seems a stereotyped pl. of puingin a measure equivalent to a `sel(l)ann': puingin .i. selland imme .i. selland cernae, Corm. Y 1051 = pinginn salund imbe, Corm. p. 35 ; acc. to Stokes, Met. Gl. 102 , a dim. of ponc; a word of Teutonic origin cogn. with pinginn, Eng. penny, RC xviii 114 .

puinecda

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adj io, iā. (Lat. Punicus) Punic : punicius gl. puinecde rubaeus uel africanus ÉC xi 109 (Paris Latin 10290 9 b 12) . co n-ublaib puinecdaib pomegranates, BB 489b4 .