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85 1 loise n iā,f.Earliest form seeminglyluise. loisi(in tṡáegail),
IGT Decl. p. 37 § 1. m.andf.acc. to IGT but no certain
instances ofm.available. Alsoa s.andd s. loisin, Aithd. D.
37.43 . IGT Decl. ex. 1174.
(a) flame,blaze; act ofblazing;radiance: sicut flamma .i.
luisse, Thes. i 6.3 .fo-chen easgra . . . derg a luisi, Ériu xiii 41.11 .
5 luis[i] .i. gne,ut estfochen escra . . . derg luisi aighthi neich
uadha .i. don lind bis and, O'Dav. 1200 .luisi .i. lasadh,ut est. . .
loiscter co luisi .i. a loscad . . . co loisi do cur fúi, O'Dav.
1185 .Oéngus ordnidi / . . , / or fo lanluisi, IT iii 55 § 104.
fri loss i (leg.loisi ?) n-ardlócharn, Arch. iii 218 § 6 .tene
10[ar] ruadlossi, LL 11974 ( TBC 5383 ).li sula .i. luis sin .i.
in luisiu, Auraic. 5535 .in t-aër lān da loisi radiance(of the
Christ-child), Arch. iii 245 § 17. Fig.of the flame of anger:
l. ¤ t'fheirge, DDána 25a.32 .atá an l. ¤ ar leathnachadh, Dán
Dé xv 5 .
15(b) Very freq. in fig. sense, splendour,brilliance,glory,
fame :U. lor a loissi, Gorm. Apr. 19 .F. . . . / luise Ereann,
FM ii 644.y .loisi enig ┐ ratha ar do cloind ar th'eis, Ir.
Texts iii 3.19 .tug chill Lonáin fa loisin / onáir an chind
chédnaisin, IGT Decl. ex. 1174 .l. ¤ na ceirde(of poetry),
20 DDána 65.8 .ridire . . . / dob fhearr l. ¤ , A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 4.
l. ¤ tionóil Teallaigh Eachach, Magauran 3338 .ro scarsat
sein . . . fó shídh, ┐ fo chaoinloisi, FM ii 1164.6 (`amity').
l. ¤ an tsaoghail, l. ¤ saoghalta, etc. worldly splendour,pros-
perity :diombuan liom l. ¤ an tsaoghail, Dán Dé iv 28 .lór
25leam do loisi an tsaoghuil faicsin t'fhuinn . . ., Gadelica i
11 § 5 .l. ¤ nó saidhbhreas saoghalta, TSh. 9931.
(c) inflammation(med.): loissi oll na claime`the great
inflammation
', O'Dav. 1364.
(d) In phrases meaning blushes,flushes :l. ¤ mór tainic
30dosum . . . rofiarfocht desium fath na loisi, Lism. L. 1043 .táinic
loisi mor dia ghnúis ┐ agaid, 1074 .tainic a losi, Anecd. ii
12.18 .tanicc loisi de iarna leighed, St. Ercuil 2442 .tainic
is tuc mo loissi caused me to flush, insulted me(?), Prolegomena
42 § 8 .Cf. ni labhradh cen loisi(of Brigit), Lism. L. 1694.

35 2 loise xseeluise.

loisgne n n pl. gur clos . . . na trom-loisgne sin`those loud shouts',
Oss. iii 196.25 (corresponds totromghártha, 23 ).

loisi: ind l. ¤ .i. sionnaigh, O'Cl. ?Back-formation fromloisinnán.

loisin xseeloise.

40 loisinnán n(cf. los-ḟinn,s.v. 1 los) fox(lit. white-tipped one):
slóg na loisenán .i. sindaig na crich ┐ na cennadach, LB
127a31 (of Samson's trick against the Philistines).`cid as
andsom leat tucais ?' . . . `Romgab do leith losinan'`it took
me . . . to come up with the fox
', ZCP i 459.11 .tar gach
45ffothair is tar gach fán / rom gaph do leith Loissionnáin
(leg. loissionnán), Duan. Finn i 21.7 (see iii 20 and glossary
s.v.).Cf. loisiabove and:mallacht uaim don loingseachán,
Acall.(Leabh ó Láimhsgr.)iii 91.8 (=sionnach Sléibhe
Mis, 1 ).

50 ? loisiom: ind l. ¤ ar collait .i. etham ar gcuit`edamus portionem
nostram
,' Goid. 78 § 194 (Dúil Laithne).

? loissither: ind l. ¤ feithi, TBC² 3458 (rhet.).

? lóiste: ind spuir is srianta / ┐ diallaite deasa, / i n-áit na ngarbh-
adhastar sa l. ¤ , E. O'Rahilly 180.23. Cf.`loist a pannel, a
55pillion
;lúiste`a straw pannel', O'R.

loistin(?lóistín) n m.(cf. losait?) baseof avessel(?): lestar
lulaice . . . trí duirn lethet a beoil, dorn gu leth lethed a
loistin, dorn ina airde. . . . Increchar imurro . . . nach fuil
acht trian a l. ¤ ina áirdi, O'D. 929 ( H. 3.17,658 ) (`die Breite
60seines Grunds
', Thurneysen, ZCP xvi 208.30 ).dorn gu
leth . . . i lethet in l. ¤ , O'D. 903 ( H. 3.17,645 ).a thuir
thábhachtaigh tháileas a lóistín long, Ó Bruad. ii 96.17
(`who dispenseth in charity vessels of food').

lóistín n(Engl. loanword) lodging,temporary dwelling :lighe i
65lóisdínibh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 184.132 .tiaghait dia lōistínibh,
Fl. Earls 68.18 .tangadar . . . chuige dhá loisdín, Acts
xxviii 23 .do shluig síos íad . . . ┐ a lóistíne`tents', Deut.
xi 6 .l. ¤ nō ionnad cómhnaighthe, Trompa na bhF. 801 .
ar l. ¤ lodging,dwelling(temporarily): ar lōistín agaibh dá
70altrom, Trompa na bhF. 4689 .as aointeach ionna mbia[i]dh
ar l. ¤ ann, 6256 .

? loith: ind foirdath l. ¤ lun luighe ban(in enumeration of black
things), ZCP v 490 § 17 =fordath luin luath (luith,v.l.)
. . . , Ériu ix 46 § 14 (lóich luinn luath buidhe ban,etc. v.l.)
75(B. na f.). Perh.g s.ofloth marsh.

? loíth: ind innisid loth l. ¤ , Ériu xvii 90 § 8.

loithe xseeluithe.

? loithed: ind leachtán ler loitheadh an ród, Ó Bruad. ii 98.6
(`flagstones muddied all the road').Cf. 1 loth.

80 loithén xsee1 loth.

lóithne n`a gale, a gentle breeze,' O'Don. Suppl.:gan lóinthe
gaoithe, ZCP v 222.672 (Midn. Court).Fig.of a warrior:
Iughoine mór an l. ¤ léanmhar`the afflicting breeze', E. O'Rahilly
iii 212.38.

85 lóithnech adj o, ā(lóithne) stormy: Mac A. . . . lonnardha,
lóithnigh, E. O'Rahilly 86.224.