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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.

lobair indin phr.langa(ch) lobair, seelangaandlangach.

lobais n deceit,fraud :lobaís .i. cealg,ut estl. ¤ dobhaís truagh
20damh ar lobhais liun, Ériu xiii 73.151 = O'C. 1370 ( H. 3.18,
626 ). Hence:lobais .i. cealg, O'Cl. `lobais craft, ingenuity,
cunning
', O'R.Cf. deabaidh logaissi (.i. bregi) do dhenamh ar
daigh co tised in clérech dia n-etrain a pretended quarrel,
Lism. L. 3093.

25 lobán indin phr.l. ¤ comarba, seelommán.

lobar xseelobur.

lobra xseelobrae.

lobrach adj o, ā=lobur.Eua is Adaim, / dograig, domma . . . /
lobraig lonna lomnochta(after the Fall), SR 1420 .duni
30truag . . . / loburda, lubrach, lanmall, 2902 .do bhí a lámh
lubhrach mar shneachta, Exod. iv 6 .tuc se slainti dona
labhraigh, ITS xxix 171.12 .

lobrae n iā,f.(lobur) Alsolubraand laterluibre. (a) weakness,
infirmity,sickness :lubhra .i. easláinte. Adcota lubhra
35luinne .i. do gheibh an duine easlán fearg re a denamh,
O'Cl. (=adcota lobar luinde, RC xlv 67 § 62 ).ba lobre dó
lobre cháich`infirmity', Thes. ii 246.20 (Camb.).inae dommetu
┐ inae lobri, 24 .is ferr lium lobrequamdígallregl.placebo
mihi in infirmitatibus meis, Wb. 18a1 .inna lobrigl.imbicilli-
40tates, 6c23 .lobreetimmomon forsin mug céin ṁbíis oc
fognam, 8b1 .ind lobraegl.egrotatio, Ml. 61a4 .slántu du
thindnaccul du neuch bís hí lobrai, b28 .i llobrai(glossed in
ṅgalur), Thes. ii 318.1 ( Hy. ii ).tossach lubra lén, RC xlv
7 § 16 .ni aurdallat . . . maíne mára na lessa for lubra léim,
45 ZCP xi 94 § 31 .sním lobrae, Fél. Prol. 223 .hi luibri galair,
155.5 .Cf. Ériu ii 222.23 .ar thrógi ┐ lobrai, LU 10649.
ro toit bantigerna an caisteoil si a lubra galair, Grail
3464 .maclabra (sic leg.?) .i. serg child's disease, O'Dav.
1108.
50(b)Fig.of faith, etc.:ar lobri a hírisse, Wb. 6c20 .mani
coméitis do cona lobri unless thou indulge his weakness, 6 .
issi a lobrae in popuil, Ml. 45c9 .ó lubhra an phréimh-
pheacaidh, TSh. 508 .an duine shaidhbhir ar a mbí lubhra
na n-ainmhian, 10355 .
55Note also:trí gníma rátha: fosta, féile, lobra . . . lobra
hícce .i. lécud a lomartha i n-indligud dar a ḟechimain,
Triads 218 (lubrai,v.l.) (`suffering(?) payment').
(c) Of a specific disease (seelobur):lubragl.lepra, Ir.
Gl. 268 .fer lubhra(healed by S. Mochuda), BNnÉ 294 § 16 .
60 ro īc Crīst . . . / gach galar . . . / claimhi ┐ luibri . . ., ZCP v
25 § 9 .in lubra do gabail Rig Saxan, Ann. Conn. 1049.2 .
ar in ngne don luibhre re ndeararmorphea , 23 K 42,337.3 .
in essláinte úathmhair . . . mar atá lubhra, RSClára 104 § 4 .
ar lucht lubra`leprosos', Rial. S.F. 1602 .do bhí a lobhradh
65arna ghlanadh, Matt. viii 3 . In phr.loit l. ¤ :loit lubhra
`plague', Lev. xiii 3 .gach uile shórt loite lúbhra, xiv 54 .

lobraigidir v(a) Intrans.issick,becomes sick; becomesweak,
languishes :lobraigetargl. (captiuorum) egrescentium, Ml.
131c6 .lobraigedargl. (animi) aegrescentis, 96b12 ; gl.cum
70egrotat, 43d21 .sechis arna lobraigedargl. (ne . . . pene-
tentiae) languescat (intensio), 71b6 .
(b) Trans. weakens,enfeebles :lobrigthir á abstanitgl.
infirmatur, Wb. 6c15 .in ru lobraigedgl.sit. . . . infirmatus,
Ml. 71c8 .Vn. lobrugud.

75 lobrán n[o,m.] (lobur) weakling, weakperson, afflicted
person:fordon-itge Brigte-bet / . . . / robbet inna lobrān
leith may they be on the side of the weaklings, Thes. ii 348.5
(glossed:robet na lobrain ┐ na truaig innar leith ic ernaigthi
erund).Rúanaid atberthe co sse / frisseom . . . / indiu is
80lobrand i mMide / Diarmait, LU 9581 (lobran,v.l., see ZCP iii
204 n.10 ).lobhrán truagh tarr-lomnocht, BNnÉ 179.1 =
lobhar, 5 .

lobrugud [u,m.]vn.oflobraigidir. sickness,infirmity :hond l. ¤
.i. on tedmaimgl.egrotatione, Ml. 49a4 .

85 lobtha part.oflobaid. decayed,putrefying :corp l. ¤ hi talmain
tind / is anmain dochum n-Iffirn, SR 1351 .creáchda
lobhtha`putrefying sores', Is. i 6 .go ndéinid bataoi lobhtha
. . . lonnra . . . annsan oidhche, Párl. na mB. 1078 (because
rotting wood is phosphorescent).ní bhus lobhtha ná cona-
blach seanchapuill, Trompa na bhF. 564 .