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1 loch n u,n.Laterm.The formlachnot uncommon but
inadmissible in bardic poetry:lach lochtach, IGT Decl.
p. 81 § 29 (but:lacha ┐ luathaibne, ZCP viii 211 § 59 .ar
lachaib Éirne, Ériu iv 100.2 .lacha ┐ aibne, PH 4285 ).
50 n s. Loch nEchach, BDD² 1466 .Loch nOrbsen,ibid. g s.
locho, Thes. ii 271.8 (Ardm.).Locha, Fél. Feb. 7. n du.
dáloch , BDD² 828. g du. dálocha , Fél. Prol. 196 .daloch ,
Thes. ii 332.1 ( Hy. v 1 ).n pl. locha, Airne F. 162. a pl.
-locha, LU 7933. g pl. loch, Met. Dinds. iii 168.1 .
55 Lake;inletof thesea;pool: l. ¤ gl.stagnum, Ir. Gl. 781.
co mbíth l. ¤ foraib ar meit inna tepairsen, Ml. 129d15 .Glenn
dálach dá locha, Fél. Prol. 196 .ete ┐ fianlaighi iar L. ¤ Echoch,
AU 818 .is crann fo l. ¤ (proverbial phrase used of someth.
impossible), O'C. 2458 ( Eg. 88,37b ).do(t)luidsium iarom
60co mbui forsan l. ¤ `on the surface of the loch', Ériu xvi 39 § 8.
dá l. ¤ im ṡlíab, BDD² 828 .co cúala cumgabáil in locha i
n-airddi, LU 9098 ( FB 85 ).usce do l. ¤ (of a superfluous
undertaking), LU 274 .dublocha ┐ dubaibne(in Hell), 2213 .
co n-accatar in lungine crédume forsind l. ¤ , 3357 ( SC 15 ).
65 co traigtis locha is aibni fria dan duilig diainmi, YBL
179b16 .indsi ás (= ós) lochaib, TBC 5043 .a l. ¤ teineadh . . .
.i. a pein t-suthain ifrinn, ITS xxix 188.6 .san l. ¤ íochtarach
(in lacu inferiori), TSh. 4150 .l. ¤ da ngoirther a nEabhra
Bethesda, John v 2 .By extension of thesea: is ionann
70Lochlonnach ré rádh is duine láidir ar fairrge; óir is ionann
lonn is láidir ┐ is ionann l. ¤ is fairrge, Keat. iii 2462.
In loch ochsal thearmpit andloch bléine (blén) thegroin
(?recte loc, see1 loc), hollow :locha ochsalgl.reniculos,
Gild. Lor. 216 .a cur amal ceirin fo shliasuid deis na mna,
75a ngoire da l. ¤ bhleine, 23 K 42,363.1 .da mbeid na nescoidi
isna lochaib blen, Rosa Ang. 200.12 .
Compds. With noun: ¤ aile fenceordykemade toconfine
alake :l., Laws v 270.15 ,.i. donither isin loch .i. trascrus
loch in geimhridh, 25 .galam .i. gal do eim [.i.] in l., O'D.
80 2263 ( Rawl. B 506,22a ).in lochaili lod .i. inní luas in sruth-
aili uad, O'D. 1569 ( H. 5.15,4 ). ¤ lind brimming pool(?): án sin,
a lachu línech, / lochlind (sic leg.?) lethas fot bruinnib,
RC xxii 400.2 .carois il-lochlinnip(of an ascetic practice
of Cainnech), Arch. iii 220 § 3 . ¤ mag marshland: reisg ┐
85lochmhoighe, ZCP x 293.31 . ¤ maidm bursting forthof alake :
loch-mhaidhm millte machaire, Content. xxx 28 .ceithre
loch-mhadhmanna i n-Éirinn i n-aimsir Neimheadh, Keat. i
176.1 . ¤ muir thesea :ro báided C. . . . / forin l. lindamnas,
LL 1345 .iúl ag sduaigh leamhna ar lochmhuir, RC xlix
173 § 33 . ¤ ṡroth:sligti uisccemla in tire ┐ locsrota E. wide
5or brimming streams
(?), CCath. 4892 . ¤ thipra brimming
well :i linntibh, no i loch-thiprataibh lán-doimnibh, MR
102.4 . ¤ thopar= prec.:conḟacaig in lochtobur cáin alaind
ar lár in dithruib, RC vi 175.2 .lochtobur legis, Ériu viii
30.16 .Fig.of Blessed Virgin:l. lán, PBocht 2.32 . ¤ tho-
10maidm bursting forthof alake :lochthomhadhmann .i.
maidhm no briseadh loch as talmhain, O'Cl.
With adj. ¤ domain deepas alake :hic lochaib lochdoimnib
lindglanib, Bodl. Dinds. 14 . ¤ mall:tar an sál lachmhall
lodur, / go clár Rachlann rángadur, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 159.167 .
15Common in nn. loc. See Hog. Onom.

2 loch adj(-ó- ?)o, ā black,dark: l. ¤ .i. dub ┐ doirche, O'C. 2024
( H. 4.22,49 ).l. ¤ .i. dub,ut dicitur: asoilge laith loch-bronda
.i. dub-brondae, cid dorche sāmad cāich ┐ cīd rūndae riam
┐ īarom, docruide a rūna laith d'ól, Corm. Y 803 =l. ¤ [.i.]
20dubunde diciturasoilgi laith lochrúna .i. dubrúna, Thr. Ir.
Gl. p. 26 .a lucht locha na a lucht dubgl.[anacht Noe a]
luchtlach, Thes. ii 302.15 ( Hy. i Comm .).loch [.i.] dorcha,
BColm. 10.4 .mucogam in so . . . liath (l), l. ¤ (f), cron (s),
Auraic. 5669 .lóch .i. dubh, O'Cl.
25Assubst. ā,f. g s. cetdoth loichi (t), cetoth cron (c), cetoth
forglaisi (q) of a black sow, Auraic. 5671 .saīthech fo chrōin
clū co mboil / dodaing fo lōich lucht as-mbir`ein Störriges
unter dem schwarzen
', ZCP xvii 301.29 .
The follg. may be compds. of this wd.: ¤ bríga:diúchtra a
30terbaig andregoin / ar dotáet do lochbriga / eter argaib
erritib, LU 3527 ( SC 28 , rhet.), glossed:.i. do laechbriga
(`lóchbríga(?),' Dillon, SC² Vocab .). ¤ náma:is torc tren hi
fothugud / traithaid nerta lochnamat, LU 8894 ( FB 68 ,
rhet.).bat neirt ar do lochnamtib, LU 10423 (Tochm. Em.,
35rhet.).co niurt for do lochtnamtib(leg. lochnamtib), 6330
(TBC rhet., H).

? 3 loch: ind erig do l. ¤ lúrechda, LU 10408 (rhet.) =do l. ¤ luirech-
dai, ZCP iii 257.19 (Tochm. Em). ? =2 loch.

? 4 loch: ind l. ¤ dino .i. uile,unde diciturlochdub .i. uiledub,
40 Corm. Y 803 (continuation of article citeds. 2 loch). Hence:
l. ¤ .i. uile, lochdubh .i. uiledhubh, O'Cl.Cf.alsoluch no loch
.i. imad,ut esta luch tair dofeth gaeth i tir .i. asin imad
toirithnech dofairgenn gaoth a tír, O'Dav. 1180.

5 loch xseeluch.

45 1 lóch n m. lóch(an arbha), IGT Decl. § 95 . chaff:`lóch chaff.
Dim.lochán.gan ann acht loch no luaithreadh', P. O'C.
cróch do-chúaidh na chamóguibh / mar l. ¤ úaibh tré ḟuinneó-
guibh, IGT Decl. ex. 1708 .cáithleach, nó l. ¤ , nó neithe
éadtarbhacha oile, TSh. 10080 .an fuadach gaoithe / lena
50dtógthar an l. ¤ ón aoltuinn, O'Gr. Cat. 593.25 (`by which the
foamflake is lifted from the lime-white wave
'), but perh.by
which the chaff is lifted from the limestone surface
?

2 lóch adj bright: lūache didiu .i. solus hí, ardiciturl. ¤ .i. solus,
┐ loch dorcha, BColm. 10.4 .`loch .i. solas no soilse,light,
55splendour
', P. O'C. Adv. osluic lat loch indlith rudurtha
.i. oslaic lat co solus in ní ro innledh uait a re rudartha,
O'C. 444 ( H. 3.18,238b ).
Compds. With noun. ?mac l. ¤ deórad .i. solus deorad,
O'C. 994 ( H. 4.22,27 ). With adj. ¤ líath bright-grey: suile . . .
60lochliatha . . . lasamna, ZCP i 127.27 (`seegraue Augen').
Cf. 2 loch. ¤ thesee Fél. Prol. 40 citeds.v. te.

? 3 lóch: ind lóch(dhuit), IGT Decl. § 64 .do-berar dúal cáomh
don chróch / ar l. ¤ na gcráobh rúadh don ḟráoch, ex. 1487 .

4 lóch xseelóg.

65 lochach adj o, ā(1 loch) epithetof ariver: snám na Loingse
lochaige, SG 110.24 (`loch-forming') =lochaidhi, Acall.
738 (`brightish').

lochad vn.formation from1 luch.in luchgabail a l. ¤ `catching
mice when mousing
', Laws iii 296.8 Comm .meracht a l. ¤
70`excitement in mousing', 9 Comm .

lochaid xsee1 luch.

lóchair xseelúachair.

lochairthe,-artha,-arda? part.oflochraid. wretched,stripped,
bare : `lochardha withered, decayed, bare, naked, bloomless',
75 P. O'C. lingidh . . . amal robai, cona armaib, a sruth Tibir,
┐ rochuaid ┐ se lochairte lethbaiti`torn', Aen. 2335 .coma
lochairthi lanmarb dá eis arna fudbogud, TTebe 1098 .am
peacthach thruaillighthe tharcuisneach lochartha, Desid.
5778 (`destitute, poverty-stricken, wretched', Gl.).go lom
80lochardha . . . fá tharcuisne, TSh. 894 (`stripped, bare',
Gl.).in' oll-phiast lothardha úrghránna, Trompa na bhF. 498 .

lócháith n(1 ló+cáith) chaff: go luidhfid na Sethra tinne . . .
ar ṡacaibh lán do l. ¤ , RSClára p. 106 § 7 .ar na leabthuibh
lóchátha sin,ibid.

85 lochall n name of aplant , found mainly in glossaries:l. ¤ , 23 K
42,407.1 . Pulleghium Planta Christi.i. bogha .m. .i.
lochull, Arch. i 333 § 26 (pulegium=pennyroyal). `lochal
mothair brooklime', O'R. See Hog. Luibhl.