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85 ? 2 lepthach n m.(lepaid) IGT Decl. § 22 , 104 . sleeping
places :nobidh . . . gach ae dona gealtaibh ag tuargain a
chéile . . . im roignibh a leptach, Buile S. 22.23 . Of Hell:
éitche a leabthach`lairs', Dán Dé xxv 25 . But both may
belong tolepaid.

lep(th)achas n o,m.(lepaid)act ofgoingtobed(insexualsense),
5 lying down;sleeping place: is esconn is étriathach / in
leptachus lanamhnus / . . . / fri mnaí mir, LL 386a47 .luighe
ná longad ná leapachas, Comp. Con C. 106.16 .do bi a
luighe ┐ a lepthachus ider imdaid Ailella ┐ Meadba, Celt.
Rev. iv 112.3 .nír fhedsad a cur do lathair a leptachais
10`from where she lay' (of a cow), 106.x .

lepthanas n m.(lepaid) house-room,shelter :doni urfocruch
cuir ┐ cunnurtha do neoch beth na urfocruch biata, ┐ nocha
denunn urfocruch leaptunuis de (leg.do) bet[h] in[a] urfogra
cuir no cunnurtha being prohibited from entering into a contract
15does not preclude a man from receiving house-room
, Laws ii
290.7 Comm .doni furfocra cuir ┐ cunnartha dib a mbeith
ina n-urḟocra lepanuis ┐ noco ndenann urḟocra lepanuis dibh
a mbeith na nurfocra cuir ┐ cunnartha, O'C. 1071 ( H. 3.18,
441a ) (i.e. `the prohibition to make contract with a man implies
20prohibition to harbour him, but not vice versa
', Plummer MS.
notes). Of a sword:dín ló dochúaid Cerball ass / cia 'ca
mbia do lepthanas? with whom will you abide? RC xx
12 § 20 .

lepthugud [u,m.]vn.formation fromlepaid.act ofretiring,
25 goingtobed :a mbátar do lepthugud dolluid in ben dia lepaid,
LL 259b16 ( Lg. 1 ).

leptinont n(?-ph-) (Engl. loanword) lieutenant: guibernōir ┐ l. ¤
generāl fo láimh an rīgh, Fl. Earls 252.12 .las in Leith-
tenont Generāl, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 6.12 .Leit-tenont, 29.19 .

30 1 ler n o,later attested asm.Later also withg s. lera, TTebe
307 . BNnÉ 73 § 130 . sea,ocean :`lear', `aibhéis', `bochna'
. . . anmanna gach árdmhara, Met. Gl. 12 § 15 .l. ¤ .i. in t-oician
.i. muir mor. Ceobath .i. muir beg, . . .ut estar is lethe l. ¤
ceobath corbaid, O'Dav. 1151 .lear .i. muir, O'Cl.fo
35thonnaib lir lethain, Fél. Nov. 23 .tar fairgi lir longaig,
Aug. 14 .ganim lir fo longaib, Trip.² 2570 .tri fothucht
fomórach / . . . / rodo-l. ¤ lond-láthrustar, BDD² 907
( LU 7274 , rhet.) (`the raging sea has placed(?) them', BDD2
note).im dingbail tascuir lir, Laws i 122.15 .nem gelmar
40. . . / l. ¤ tondban, IT iii 43 § 54 .isin liur fri toeb Alban, Thr.
Hom. 122.x .os lir lendbras, Anecd. i 61 § 99 (1CM).
īar ndul immach for linn lir the sea-pool, ZCP xiii 4 § 9.
isin tír moaniada l. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 120.7 .is lān l. ¤ , is lomnān
muir, Otia ii 82 § 7 .mo l. ¤ cona lántorad`my sea with its
45full harvest
', BR² 154.4 .ní ham sgiobtha loingse ar lear,
Dán Dé xxxi 30 .fear gabhála ar lear a sea-farer, Judges
xix 17 .co l. ¤ as far as the sea(?) (cf. co muir, Éigse x 183
§ 7 ):ba rí Loegaire co l. ¤ , LL 7160 .síth co l. ¤ (: fer), 7209
( Hail Brigit 16 ).Fig. ar lear luath-thonnach na locht,
50 TSh. 736. ?cethri srotha déc éicsi . . . .i. . . . teinm laeda
┐ l. ¤ forcetail, LL 3899.
In versegen.very frequently precedes the noun on which
it depends, esp. in chevilles:cota lir lerggae īath nĒremōin,
Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 3 (.i. co immel mara, 11.6 ).balc lés
55lir dar doe`over the sea's rampart', Fél. March 22 .lir úas
trilis`over the sea's hair', 15 .osnad Lagen lir co tuaig, Rawl.
84b23 (cf. LL 7440 ).
tar l. ¤ beyondthesea, (from)acrossthesea: degdrong Nōe,
nia dar l. ¤ , Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 55 § 32 (nīthach l. ¤ , 31 § 51 ).
60 Torannan (.i. fil ind Albain) . . . / tar l. ¤ lethan longach,
Fél. June 12 .fer co n-ilur gním dar l. ¤ , LU 3645 ( SC 31 ).
can ethar . . . cingid tar cech l. ¤ , Ériu iii 14 § 5 .risit each-
raidhi ┐ carpuid / slighi foü fuaim dar lear / a barca 'sa
churaig croma / dreisfidid tonna dar lear, Anecd. ii 8.7 - 8
65( Airne F. 249 ).rugadh go Lunnainn tar lear, TD 36.4 .
eistigh riomsa a oiléana, ┐ cluinidh a dhaoine tar lear`ye
people from far
', Is. xlix 1. Cf. ind ingen sin do thonnaib
dar leraib lánmóraib, LU 3909 ( SC 42 ).water(?):Birra
.i. focraib dó l. ¤ .i. for brú uisci ata a chell, Fél. 248. 29 gl.
70Brénainn Biroir (Birra, Birrae,v.ll.).
In phr.tar cach l. ¤ in spite ofevery obstacle(?): ránic coa
euol fén an fer / tar gach l. ¤ , Im. Brain i 41 § 63 .cruaidh
romlensat tar gach lear, Cog. 62.19 .léim tar gach lear,
Ériu iv 180 § 34 .ar toidecht dib uar (leg.tar) cech l. ¤ ,
75 MR 48.3 .
As the name of Manannán's father:Manandān mac Lir
. . . is hē lūamaire is dech robūi a n-īarthur domuin . . . .
Inde Scoti . . . eum deum uocauerunt maris. . . ┐ adeirdis corba
mac don muir hē .i. mac lir, Corm. Y 896. Cf. Cóir Anm.
80 156 , and see Vendryes, Études Celt. vi 239 , 249 .
Compds. (i) With nouns. ? ¤ gus:Fergus . . . / dár[b]a lán
cech lerghus lór`every great mighty sea', Fianaig. 44 § 10 (?
compd. of2 ler). ¤ long:saer l. ┐ baircc, Laws v 104.1 .
¤ mag:tor óir úas cech lermaig` sea-plain ', Fél. Dec. 12.
85 ¤ muir:rosbaidh uile an l.` sea-surge ', Leb. Gab. 90.15 ( LL
823 ).isin leirmhuir`on the open sea', Caithr. CC 34.21 .
(ii) With adj. derived from noun. ¤ thonnach?tonach .i.
nighi,ut estferr co tora liagh ler tonnaigh`having sea-waves',
O'Dav. 1583 (. . .co taire liaigh lerthonnaig,v.l.).