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labraithir v(labar). Laterlabraid. IGT Verbs § 46 , 47 . speaks,
talks,utters : (a) Intrans. Of persons:mad amne labrar, Wb.
60 12c36 .ni labrafammar, 12c4 .ni labrátar uili ó ilbélrib`all
do not speak with many tongues
', 12b22 .nabad immalle
labritir`let them not speak at the same time', 13a5 .intan
labratar ind ḟilid, Sg. 162a3 .conicsom hi suidiu nad labrathar
`it is able here not to speak,' 199b5 .labraid in spiurt noib tri
65giun duaid, Ml. 115a2 .lase labraimmegl.loquendo, 31b15 .
ar da (leg.ara) lesaib labrait(h)er, Laws ii 306.4 ( ZCP xiv
379 - 380 ).C. i ngin cech óin rodomlabrathar speaks to me,
Hy. vii 59 .labraid Moen, Fing. R. 337 .atraig C. . . . ┐
labrais iar sin, LU 3330 ( SC 12 ).rolabair . . . ┐ atbert, PH
70 2883 .beas co loibera`haply he will speak', RC xx 430.16 .
Of a bell:día labhraid cluig a gceallaibh, Duan. Finn ii
140 § 58 . Of birds:da labhra an chaei im fhiadh Emhna,
Ir. Texts ii 84 § 22. Cf. go labhradh lon, A. Ó Dálaigh iv 4 ,
where, however, the form may bevn.
75(b) Trans. says,speaks,utters :is and atá gním tengad
isind huiliu labramarni`the action of the tongue is in all that
we say
', Ml. 31b23 .na nní labrathar, 35d22 .is dia rodla-
brastar`it was God that had spoken it', 126c10 .aní nola-
braifitis`what they would have said', 55a10 .arnóib(=arnaib)
80 briathraib rolabrastar C., Thes. ii 248.3 .conid ed toissech
rolabair .i. nin nin,unde estMoninni, Fél. 166.22 .intí
labrus in fírinde, PH 8089 .sul do labhradar focal, Cín Lae
Ó Meall. 23.30 .da labhra se brec, ITS xxix 130.13 .l. ¤ bélre
speaksalanguage :intíi labrathar ilbélre, Wb. 12c19 .ciarud-
85chualatar ilbélre ┐ cenuslabratar`though they speak them',
12d28 .issed a mbelra-sa labartait(leg. labērtaitwith suff.
n. pron.?)this is the language which all will speak, Ériu ii
102 § 10 .
Also speaksof,mentions :ni labraim a lind, Mac Carthy
432.y .Michél dia Luain labraimsea, Ériu ii 92.2 .in sacart
5dolabrumair tuasana mentioned, D iv 2,75b32 .mairg a-tá ag
teacht im eolas / a cheart an lá laibheoras, DDána 12.12 .
inghean shaor dhealbhdha Domhnaill / . . . labhraim, 99.1 `is
my theme
', Ir. Monthly 1919, 224 . In religious contexts:ro
labratar na fáidhe . . . gein Crist foretold(?), PH 2300 .co
10labratis na apstail mirbuli Meic Dé preached, 5423 .
(c) With various prepp.l. ¤ AR speaksof:sul laibheoram
ar thriall Niuil, Keat. ii 175 .l. ¤ AS:conid as cech berla
ro-labairset spoke in every tongue, PH 5486 .l. ¤ DI (DO) speaks
of:na clanna dar labhradh linn, DDána 27a.8 .ní laibhéar . . .
15/ don bhuidhin fhinn ildealbhaigh, 97.28 .is don eire-sin
labras Heremías, PH 7356 .laibheoratt don canaidh caoimh,
BNnÉ 252.11 . Note also:is don folmugad nach labrann
don anmuindi . . . labruimsi has nothing to say to, is not a
cause of weakness
, Rosa Ang. 150.5 . With prep. introducing
20person addressed:labraid sund Dia . . . na briathra sídamla
dona hapstalu, PH 6763 .ro loprustar a Paitir . . . do maisi,
Laws i 282.1Comm .l. ¤ FA speaksof:fan gcíogh libh ní
labhairthir, Aithd. D. 65.16 .l. ¤ FRI speaksto:ro-labair diabul
fri hÍsu, PH 4876 .laibheóraidh mé ris an dTighearna, TSh.
25 429 .l. ¤ LA:gibé dhíobh nar labhair liom`who have not
spoken for me
', Content. ix 29 .'s í aineoghas ar t'fheirg
mhé / gan cheilg laibheoras linne, Aithd. D. 34.22 .liom-sa
labhair, a Fhlaithrí, DDána 90.2 .l. ¤ TRE: in Spirut Naem
ro labrastar . . . tria ginu na fer fireon, Laws i 16.5 Comm .
30 do labhair an Tighearna ar tus . . . trid na faidhibh, ITS
xxix 166.11 .laibheorad co cumair trit in tegasc so ritt, 109.9 .
Vn. labra,labrad,labairt.

labral nalsolabras(Engl. or Rom. loanword) laurel: coróin
labhrail, Oss. v 146.14 .ni do duilleogaib an craind re n-abar
35labrus, 23 P 10³,13a7 .labhrais bheag, labhrais raibhianach,
Hog. Luibhl. Seelaur.

labta xSeelota.

lac adj o,ā. With -o- ind s.andg s.(as incas=cos), IGT Decl.
§ 40. weak,feeble . Of persons:in tí as l. ¤ is dó is méla, LL
40 307b21 .a chruachaidhi lenaim laic (: brait), IT iii 104 § 200
( Bruchst. i 27 § 59 ).a leanaib laic (: cait), IT 93 § 140 . Freq.
of hair soft,smooth :ó Concobair na cíabh lag, IGT Decl. ex.
70 . In metonymy:a chiabh lacch`thou lady of clinging
tresses
', O'Hara 659 .a chiabh lag, Aithd. D. 41.6 .a earrla
45lag, Aithd. D. 46.5 .ar teccuscc da thrilis loig, Ir. Texts ii
97 § 11 . Of other parts of the body:a basa taise laga
leabhaire, Keat. Poems 91 .a suile lacca liatha, LB 155a30 .
In a variety of other applications:na lochta cen lomrim l. ¤ ,
BB 331b40 .Tech na Fían, nirbo long l. ¤ `it was no mean hall',
50 Met. Dinds. i 18.59 .nir l. ¤ a ḟal, LL 4306 .nirbo l. ¤ in
lenamain, 375b4 .nír lag a dhal, BB 56b15 .ní l. ¤ rogní
iarcóir cath, / in rí dorat mór ndígal, SR 3943 .th'aire ar
fhās na n-abhall lag, Ériu viii 195 § 4 .a thuir nach tor lag,
ML² 934 .gér lag an long 'na raibhe Peadar, TSh. 2067.
55 lag an foirgneadh aga mbi fulang . . . lag, Luc. Fid.² 5117 - 8 .
With neg. of copula as laudatory epithet and in chevilles:
ní láthar l. ¤ , LU 3737 ( SC 12 ).ós Lifi Lagnech nách lacc
(: tochmarc), Met. Dinds. iii 82.67 .Lugaid nar l. ¤ , LL 19477.
tri hingena in láich nad lac, Met. Dinds. iii 156.5 .líth nad
60lacc, Ériu iv 136.15 .ní lúad lac, Met. Dinds. iii 146.9 ( ZCP
viii 106 § 4 ).miad nar l. ¤ , CRR § 29 .ni tres lag, Cog. 64.5 .
a chreach bhó ar Laighnibh ní lag, IGT Decl. ex. 1180. Cf.
sluagh na serda . . . / . . . lúardaib l. ¤ SR 6791.
Asadv. roleigsed . . . a srein co lag asa lamaib, TTebe 4479 .
65 Compar. is laigide na lochta / mé ar m'intinn go harrochta,
Dán Dé xxi 9 .loige a-chách ar geóir chuige, PBocht 12.7 .
trí téad is laige táin, Rel. Celt. ii 293.14 .is lagaide an
urraim ó fhile . . . dlíghthear dháibh, Ó Bruad. i 122.7 .
Assubst.:cuirfid lamha ar laguibh ┐ slaineoghthar iad,
70 Luc. Fid.² 5751 .an tréan 'san lag, Keat. Poems 711. Cf.
forroilged la Gartán dabach i llac mara, SCano 15 ( Anecd. i 1 )
wherel.m.is taken by Editor (following O'Brien, Ériu xi 87 )
to meanshallow of the sea(a part of the beach accessible only
at certain low tides), but is perh. to be referred to loc (e).
75Compds. With nouns. ¤ báid:ná déantair lat lagbháidh`be not
remiss in love
', PBocht 4.43 . ¤ bothán:lag-bhotháin tógbhaid
fragiles domos, Keat. i 54.5 . ¤ chreitem:lagchreidiomh an tí
bhíos ar úrnaighthe, Párl. na mB. 2887 . ¤ gabáil:gan rann
dá oigealaoidh lais ón laggabháil`poor treatment', Aithd. D.
80 19.8 . ¤ lúb:Óilléan Carrún laglúb líomhtha léir, Hackett
xxxi l. ¤ -thomus:lagthomhas meidhe Míchíl(of sin), PBocht
15.15 . ¤ urán:glor gan l.`without weakness', Hy Maine 132.28 .
With adjj. (a) dvandva compds.: ¤ buide:a fholt lagbhuidhe
líneach, Top. Poems² 1580 . ¤ lebar:a fholt laig-leabhar
85chladh gcam soft and long, DDána 105.24 . ¤ remor:lama
lacremra litarrda aice flabby, CCath. 4029.
(b) Formed with adjj. formed from nouns: ¤ brígach:ná
bí laig-bhrígheach, Is. xli 10 . ¤ chroidech:eaglach nó lag-
chroidhech, Deut. xx 8 . ¤ lámach:curtha ┐ laglámhach, 2
Sam. xvii 2 . ¤ radarcach:atáid ar súile lagradharcach,
5 Lament. v 17 . ¤ rúnach:don aithrigheach lagrúnach weak
of purpose
, Mac Aingil² 2185 . ¤ spiraitech:do na daoinibh
laigspioraideacha, Desid. 772 . ¤ ṡúilech:ina ḟanntassib bána
┐ ina n-ímágib laccṡuileacha dim-eyed(of starving men), LB
154b60 . ¤ thuirsech:do chréachtghuin mé go lagthúirseach,
10 Keat. Poems 81.