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40 lingid vsee Celtica iv 100 .Ind. pres. 3 s. l. ¤ , Thes. ii 15.8 .-líng,
Laws iv 108.11 .-linge(?), FM i 302.16 .3 s. rel. lingis, ZCP
vi 265 § 15. 3 pl. lengait, TFrag. 116.14 .lingit, FM iii
132.2 .3 pl. rel. lengtae, Ml. 129c20 .Pass. leangair,
Magauran 160 .Ipv. 2 s. ling, Aithd. D. 70.1 .Impf. 3 s. no
45 linged , LU 8932 , 9138 ( FB 70 , 88 ).Subj. pres. 2 s. lis,
O'Dav. 1167 (see below). rel.lias, Ml. 33c8 .Subj. impf. 3 s.
condribuilsed, TBC² 737 =coribuilsed , LU 5215 (see Stories
fr. Táin, Gloss.).3 pl. forsalestais , TBC² 3451. ?Fut. 3 pl.
liblait, 3448 .Condit. pass. 3 s. lilestai, LU 5326 =lilasta,
50 TBC 1513. Pret.andperf. 3 s. [l]eblaing, Fianaig. 12 § 17.
-lebruing(with dissimilation), Laws i 24.27 .roleblaing, Fél.
Mar. 5 .rolebling , LU 8932 ( FB 70 ).radreblaing, LL 238a40
( TTr. 1589 ).doreablaing , Comp. Con C. 104.7 .3 pl.
rosleblengadar, SG ii 466.z .rolebhlingssetar , O'Dav. 819.
55 -raeblangtár, LU 8262 ( FB 20 ). Later withs-pret. Vn.
léim, later alsolinged,lingemain. IGT Verbs § 76. Vbl. ofnecess. lingthe.
ITrans. (a) leaps,jumps . Frequently with cognate accus.
léim leapsaleap :liblait arrem they will leap to their ranks,
60 TBC² 3448 .arna dechsad nech seccai condribuilsed eirr
oencharpait`till a warrior should leap it(the trunk or stump
of a tree)with one chariot' (Faraday), TBC² 737 (cf. LU 5215 ).
ro lingestar leim, MR 234.2 .leim ni rolṅgaim(with ro of
possibility), RC xxv 24.1 . Withlúth d'a lingfeadh`any
65athletic feat he might attempt
', Ériu iv 218 § 23. With other
objects leapsover:roling [Conall] an gleann dia naimdheoin,
ZCP xiv 263.8 .ise do ling Luachair Deadhaidh do thri
léimendaibh, Mar. Don. June 17 .in luadi . . . ro ling cach
docair, Cog. 160.10 . Theterminus ad quemof leap may be
70direct object:roleblaing . . . ríasna conoib in loch`it sprang
into the lake
', Dinds. 74 .roling C. in carpat`C. leaped into
the chariot
', RC iii 176.2 .antan do lingthidhe é ro chaoladh
`when it was leapt upon' (a bridge), RC xxix 118 § 16 .uair
rod leblaing a lon laith his flame of valour has sprung [upon
75him
?], LU 5916 ( TBC² 1449 ) (intan nolinged a lon laith ind,
LU 5917 ).lis .i. lingi,ut estni fuatais ni forlis, O'Dav. 1167
(abstracted from forlispres. subj. 2 s.offor-ling?).
(b) attacks,overpowers :go ro lingeadh an laochmhilidh dia
díbh leithibh, FM v 1826.2 .tug R. / . . . aighidh ar an lucht
80rosling, Studies 1919, 256 § 3 .ro ling, ro lomair, ro ledoir . . .
Gullu, Cog. 138.1 .asé sin lingfes na fir / ┐ millfes na Breifnigh
`spring upon', BNnÉ 254.19 .do lingis an lucht rotheilg,
DDána 84.22 .lingthear leis lucht an bheatha, TD 13.161 .
Note also:Tlachtga ingen Moga . . . rosleblengadar meic
85Símóin violated. SG ii 466.z =fordosreiblengadar, 40 .forda
roeblemgatar, BB 406b2 .
Of fortified places, towns, territories:takesbystorm,cap-
tures,conquers: terc rí nach lingfedh Lochlainn, Caithr.
Thoirdh. 60.16 .ní lingfidhir títhe cláir Chraoi Chonchobhair,
DDána 109.19 .móirsheiser laoch lingios troid`that take a
5fight by storm
', O'Gr. Cat. 502.14 .Clár Té do lingsion tar
lear`conquered', O'Hara 235 .dá lár do lingeadh an Traoi,
DDána 86.13 . ?ní ling rí an ghnaoisin do-ghabh, Magauran
2045 (see n. ).
Fig.:lingther do smuaintigib éxamla a chride, PH 7728.
10 lingid uilc as othor-luit, / . . . síol . . . ó nÚghoine, Gleanings
17 § 21 .
IIIntrans. (a) leaps,jumps,rushes :ro leblaing a luan
laith, LU 8370 ( FB § 25 ) (cf. LU 5916 quoted above).
[l]eblaing Fercorb, Fianaig. 12 § 17 .lingfid na cineadhacha
15amhuil buaidhreadh móráin uisgeadh, Is. xvii 13. Of rivers,
lakes,erupts: gur mhuidh loch gur ling abhainn, Content.
iv 24. an tan do clasadh feart Ainninn, is ann do ling Loch
Ainninn, Keat. i 176.35 .do ling an Tigerna isteach, Ériu
iv 118 § 29 .adubhairt . . . go lingfeadh an teagh isteach . . .
20do chongnamh dhóibh`would rush into the house', Keat. iii
2838 .lingit amach, MR 22.11 .
(b) With prepp. WithA:lingiustar in lann . . . as a altaib,
MR 300.7 .lingis a spiorat anma ass(of a swift death),
BNnÉ 53.y .do ling sruth uiscci . . . asan adnacul, Maund.
25 36. Withco:lingthi Mac Da Cherda co sudib, Ériu v 28.7 .
WithDI:do bharr dhúin gur lingedh let, L. Cl. A. Buidhe
239.76 .do lingeadh do theinidh na carthanachda, Rial.
S. F. 50. WithDO:co raeblangtár ind laith gaile dia n-gais-
ciud, LU 8262 ( FB 20 ). WithFO:ni ro linge tú fúithi(of
30taking distress), Laws i 286.11 Comm .lingid lucht na Siria
fótha . . . d'á n-óirleach`fall on them', Keat. i 204.31 .sgartar
re celi a cnamha . . . / lingther fa lerganaibh cliabh, / iat ar
delgānaib drochphean(of tortures of the damned), ZCP xxi
389.25 .do lingeadar ocht locha fó thír i nÉirinn i bhflaitheas
35Éireamhóin, Keat. ii 1676 . WithFOR(AR):ling ar mo
theangaidh, a Thríonóid alight upon my tongue, Aithd. D.
70.1 .do ling crioth ┐ uamhan oram, TSh. 4179 .rolingestar
air na tigri. TTebe 2773 .súil mhillte . . . / más ar dheighfher
lingther lé if it lights on, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 266.26 . Fig.gach
40amhgar oile lingeas orra, TSh. 517 .dar lingead an táth fair
`where they crossed the ford in despite of him', FM iii 574.6
(seefor).ro ling fora ech, Grail 635 .fot forsa lestais forsa
sestais over which they should bound, on which they should sit,
TBC² 3451. Of deeds sets about,engagesin:gur lingeadar
45Éireannaigh ar chogadh ┐ ar choinbhliocht do bheith idir
gach dá chrích dhíobh, Keat. i 66.12 .an ti . . . lingus ar na
lochtaibh, TSh. 9193. With I:ro ling isin carput, Sc.M² 20 . Of
surge of emotion:l. ¤ dassacht i P., PH 2818 .gur lingeadar an
dá chléith . . . a g-ċeann aroile, ML 86.1 . Withó:do lingsead
50an éanlaith uaidh, TSh. 3590. WithRE:do ling long Ír
rompa i bhfad, Content. xxviii 30. WithTAR jumpsover,
crosses(of barrier),overcomes(of persons): roth[r]ascair na
trénmíledu, ┐ roling darna laechu, TTr.² 1076 .lingidsom . . .
tarsin fidchill i ndegaid ind nónbair, LU 4887 ( TBC² 400 ).
55 roleblaing . . . / a clú tar sál sairde`has sprung over the eastern
sea
'. Fél. Mar. 5 . Of omission in calculation:lingidsem tar
áes ṅesci beos ar chumbri, BCr. 31c8 .lingidh suas tar
`outstrips' (Gloss.), O'R. Poems 802.

lingor xseelingur.

60 lingthe vbl. of necess.oflingid:dó ní l. ¤ an bheannacht bhocht
he must not forget, Hackett liii 47 .

lingur: n co nemib nathrach, co l. ¤ loiscend (co lingor loiscind
v.l.) co salchar slama tened`toad's poison', TTebe 765 .

1 línide adj io, iā(2 lín) alsolínaide.made oflinen,linen :atchíu a
65leíne ligdae linide, BDD 100 h .léni línidi frí chness, TBC
5426 .a att leccda línaide, Aisl. MC 63.4 .tar na líonanar-
taibh línighe, Cath MT 708. Of reins:srian línaidi láingeal
d'airget(`reticulated', SG ii 106 ), Acall. 244 .sciathrach
linidi lanurlam`netted(?)', CCath. 4728.

70 2 línide adj io, iā(líne) alsolínaide. markedwithlines :a leibenna
l. ¤ lebur-sciath, MR 236.18 . Of water linedwithripples,
rippled :ar brú Locha l. ¤ Léin, Acall. 568 .Lach linide lindfuar
Lurgan, 4530 .in tsreabh línidhi linn-fhuar, Duan. Finn i
44.110 .

75 línigid v(líne) delineates: do linigh ┐ do phennteil sé hí ona fhuil
dhilis fein, ITS xxix 213.9 .

línín n(Engl. loanword) lining: l. ¤ réna n-éudaighibh, Rial. S. F.
318.

línmaire n iā,f.(línmar) amount,multiplicity: l. ¤ inna aimsire
80rombói in bocht hi foammamugud do`the amount of time that
the poor man had been in subjection to him
', Ml. 28d5 .tri
cóicait 'sind éill fo thrí, / leór ba léir al-línmairi`multitude',
Met. Dinds. iii 256.18 .is ler a linmaire líum / reim rigraidhi,
MacCarthy 213 n .lór líonmhuire a laochraidheadh, TD 9.39 .
85 líonmhaire na hinse fá mhil is fá mheas, Keat. ii 840 .an
líonmhuire sa tír(of seven years of plenty), Gen. xli 31 .gach
l. ¤ aimsire cheimneochass sé a n-aghaidh in staigri however
often
, Fl. Earls 218.15 .