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80 2 ló n a s. lo(:ghō), Lism. L. 888 (loa,lua,v.ll.).g s. lo(:fó),
LU 3052. LL 179az .lua, ML² 551. d s. ló, Hard. ii 20.8 .
?lúi, Ériu iv 94 § 13a .
Water: lō .i. uisque, O'Mulc. 803 .hi céin béo fo lindib
lo, LU 3052. Hence:ló .i. uisge.Fó linnibh ló .i. fó linnibh
85uisge, O'Cl.barrfed[aa]n tshlat / os linnib lua (o linnib, o líniph,
ós línibh,v.ll.), ML² 551 (:nua) (`rudder', Gloss.). Hence:
lua .i. uisge os linnibh luá .i. os linntibh uisgidhe, O'Cl.de
braigtib cailech lo a chendbarr waterhens, LL 179az (see
edition).níl éisg air an ló, Hard. ii 20.8 .
Also perh.:cris Mobhi / nipdar simne imm lo, / nír hosglad
5um shaith / nír hiadhadh im ghó it was no matter of rushes
round water
(?) (prov. expr. ?cf. gat im gainem), Lism. L.
888 (=loa, Thr. Hom. 106.z ;lua, LB 235 marg. inf.).
ós lúi na Lamne, Ériu iv 94 § 13a (`possibly . . . fromloa
water,' M. Joynt, 95 n.8 ).ar luí mara moir, ZCP x 410.26 .
10 m. Lugdach Ló, ZCP viii 333.31 .
Compds. ¤ chasar:feib rosill E. Assail / forin lind co
ló-chassair`shower of drops', Met. Dinds. iii 344.90 . Hence:
lóchasair .i. ceatha uisge. ló .i. uisge, ┐ casair .i. cioth, O'Cl.
¤ chlad:ro lionsad lathcha lóchlada, Ériu xiii 35.1 .

15 ? 3 ló: ind lō .i. fāilid, O'Mulc. 804.

? 4 ló: ind mar táid ar ccroinn chno gan toradh / coill da ló folamh
gach fiodh, Rel. Celt. ii 220.12 (`decaying').Cf. loat.

5 ló xsee.

lóa xsee1 ló.

20 löan xsee1 lón.

? loar: ind léinte l. ¤ lethna . . . impa`woollen smocks', Celt. Rev.
ii 214.4 (?leg. ló-lethna).

loard n o,m.(Engl. loanword) Lord(in titles): fer inaid righ
Saxan .i. Loard Furnamal, ALC ii 148.9 (an. 1419 ).Cf.
25 144. y (1415) . AU iii 68.8 . Ann. Conn. 1415.2 .for inchaib
Loaird Línaird, ALC ii 286.17 (an. 1535 ).

loarg xseelárac.

? loarn: l. ¤ laas tar leas lond-adbul, KZ xxxiii 83.24 (rhet.)
(.i. snimach, 85 gl. 33 ,sic MS. sed leg. sinnach?). As
30 n.pr. m.:Cinel L. ¤ `Fox clan', Mac Culloch, Religion of the
Ancient Celts p. 217 .Loarn abbas Clona Iraird, AU i
232.5 .

? loat v indic. pres. 3 pl. wither,fade(?): is tria goe ni apgitet /
toirthi imalle / condocoilliut ainbtine / l. ¤ a ngne, Arch. iii
35315 n.21 (line one syllable short, readco loat. . . ?).Cf.
4 ló.

loathar xsee1 lóthar.

lobad u,m. vn.oflobaid. (a)act ofputrefying,decaying :
ni bia l. ¤ na legad doib iar singl.mortui resurgent incorrupti,
40 Wb. 13d19 .i ll. ¤ etlegadgl.in corruptione, 13c1 .Cf. 2 .
bás ón ┐ l. ¤ ┐ legad, Ml. 103c16 .ata corp Cianain gan l. ¤
gan leghad, Fél. 244 § 24 .la drochthuth na fola ┐ na coland
ic l. ¤ , TTr.² 1048 .tóla muir-éisc . . . / blíadain lán cen l. ¤
dó, Met. Dinds. iii 426.13 .amhail chríonas an crann ar
45lobhadh a fhréimhe, TSh. 3309 .lobhadh iona chnámhaibh
`rottenness in his bones', Prov. xii 4 .logha na ccnámh an
tnúthach(=putredo ossium invidia), Párl. na mB. 1472 .
Perh. also:cach ben deiraig a lanamnus cen deithbire .i.
indeirge mborbtuile can lobudh can escomna, Laws v 456.y
50Comm ., but =logad, O'Dav. 810.
(b) In Laws used of thegradual forfeiture(lit.wasting away)
of an impounded pledge which the debtor has failed to
redeem during a period (díth(a)im) when it is in the hands
of the creditor but still remains the property of the debtor.
55At the end of thedíth(a)im-periodthe pledge is subject to
lobadand the period over which this takes place is called
aimser lobtha(see Bürgsch. 12 § 38 n.3 ).cuic seoit hi
lobud cacha hathgabala ro midir Morand, Laws i 102.6 .
l. ¤ do dul ina cend i forba dithma, 212.32 Comm .nocha
60racha in athgabail i llobadh dia rabat na deithbirse so air
.i. anfis, no ances, no econnus, no etged`the distress shall not
be forfeited if these exemptions exist
', 102.21 Comm .mas a
n-aimsir lobtha [tainic an faosam], nocha saorund ar fogelt
na ar bleith na ar lobad hí if the exemption come during the
65period of
l. ¤ it does not free the pledge from maintenance-costs,
from being used by the creditor, or from (the amount of) the
forfeiture (incurred
), 4 Comm .co haimsir lobhtha sain, ┐ ó
ticfa, is logh cúic set do dul a lobhadh ag gach laithe naicenta,
O'D. 617 ( H. 3.17,460 ).air is anfis ┐ semple adadnaig do
70lobath a nnepfuasulggud don fear besa ai, O'C. 788 ( H. 3.18,
368a ).
(c) Hence in Comm. actual failuretoredeem,negligence
incomplyingwith (laws, rules, etc.): is ditim imurro fo
cetoir i cend na hathgabála tulla, fri re a anta ┐ a acair
75┐ cuic seoit i lobadh di ota sin amach, Laws i 212.26 Comm .
i llobud do chana .i. follughadh .i. cen a comulladh .i. i
laoebudh na a licce do riaglu .i. turbro cana no cairde,
O'D. 75 and 77 ( H. 3.17,64 and 66 ).i lobud do chairde .i.
.i. foguil i ndlegur eineclund a cáirde,ibid. l. ¤ .i. lenad no
80licaid no leabaid sic,ut estardlegar doibsium na bed lob-
thaig cor .i. narbat liuntaig tobaig iar fis cor, O'Dav. 1191.

lobaid v(a) decays,rots,putrefies;wastes away :biid im chorpu
. . . arna lobat in sepulcro(gl.murra), Ml. 65c3 .ní lobfat a
thaissi, Fél. Ep. 220 .ní loba a chorp i talam, Trip.² 1805.
85 co mbrenfat ┐ co llofat, LU 8090 ( FB 6 ).ro legai ┐ ro
lobai aingces cech galair, LU 9642 .nira lob a chorp, LL 2339.
ro lobhsatt apaighe na n-echradh, CCath 3483 .Inis Gluair
. . . ni lobann cid in feoil . . . cen sailliud inti, Todd Nenn.
192.z .fūaratar tīr nā togat, / fīr co lobat, co leaghat(of
dead), ZCP vi 265 § 21 .do lobh an síol fáoi na fóduibh,
5 Joel i 17 .toguidh sé crann nach lobhann, Is. xl 20. Of
clothing, etc.cor lobsat . . . a n-étaige impu fri truma na
hanbthine, LB 155a4 .nir críon ┐ ni ro lobh aon ní dia
édach, FM v 1490.15 .do truailletar ┐ do lobhatar na
lebair(through being in water), BCC 452.29 (§ 433) . Of
10water, becomes foul :an t-uisge ná corruíghionn . . . go
loghann sé, Párl. na mB. 1335 .Fig. loibhfighidh ainm an
drochdhuine, Prov. x 7.
(b) In legal sense, neglectstocomplywith; cf. lobad (c):
tascrat .i. astat,ut estfer lobhas ria nadhmaim tascrat .i.
15laobas ria tobach no cin tobhach co fastaid[er] fiadain
fair`they stay the man that defaults as to his bond', O'Dav.
1525.