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1 lón n oEarlier disyll.loon,loan, Thurn. Gramm. p. 72.
Occasionallylán, PBocht 12.14 .lón m., IGT Decl. § 96
(p. 130.8) . Usually withdentalinfl. inpl.
(a) fat: amal bid ho hailiu longl.quasi quodam adipe, Ml.
80 80a2 .a loangl.adipem suum, 39c33 .loón, Sg. 70a7 .loon,
125a1 (both gl.adeps).
(b) provision(s),food,victuals,sustenance;feast: ni tucsam
loun linn isin mbithsa`provision' gl. `nihil . . . intulimus',
Wb. 29b14 .sentu fom-dera croan; / toirsi oca cía do-gnéo, /
85sona do-tét a loan`it approaches its food joyfully', PRIA 55 C
(1953) p. 88 .ro hellamaigit a llonti leo-som . . . ┐ ra glinnigit
a llonga`stores', LL 172a41 ( CRR 8 ).ni rucad . . . do loon
for muir acht teora bargin, LL 283a16 .nir' bo saidbir loin lucht
a longphuirt-siumh rich in food, CCath. 4915 .l. ¤ a ṡlúaig,
Met. Dinds. iii 42.33 .nī dlegait lōn leo for sét, ZCP viii
5116 § 12. Cf. is he in corpsa sétlón saidbir na n-iresach,
LB 251b28 (of the Blessed Eucharist).vii moga . . . cona
lóintib ┐ cona n-armaib, YBL 84a7 .bec lóin, LB 119a12 .
ni rabi acht dered lointi accu i.e.their provisions were
almost exhausted, Cog. 132.8 .ar deireadh lóin fhear
10nUladh`at the end of the (battle-)banquet of the Ulaid', 15.19 .
naoi bhfichid giolla capoll fana lóntuibh féin(i.e.they
had to provision themselves), Hy Fiachr. 455.27 .ní tós
lóin as líonmhuire the beginning of a feast(?), Aithd. D.
67.15 (`the choice part of a feast').slighe id dhiaidh ag lucht
15an lóin`thy commissariat following thee', 5.16 .ná glacuid . . .
cíos ná lóinte bliadhnamhla annual subsidies, RSClára p.
100.20 .i tteirce lóin, FM vi 1986.5 .ní raibhi l. ¤ aca acht
an bhochtacht naomhtha, Beatha S.F. 1400 .comaoineach
do ghlacadh mar l. ¤ chum na beatha síorruidhe`viaticum',
20 Donl. 252.23 .ná hiarr seasguireacht bheatha mar l. ¤ dod
chorp, Párl. na mB. 1879 .
Attrib.g s. tiag loingl.pera, Thes. i 2.3 .xl. miac d'arbur
cuit loin gach fir dib, BB 14a52 .a ccapoill lóin sumpter
horses
, TFrag. 206.2 .in ro faccbhadh . . . do chliabhaibh
25lóin, FM vi 1986.17 .
Folld. by attrib.gen.:lon bec aráin, Études Celt. i 84.30 .
lán arbha, DDána 89.22 (:chlár).lon bid, Laws iv 122.2
Comm .lónte cruthnechta, LL 234a18 ( TTr. 1264 ).l. ¤
slighedh viaticum, marching rations, CCath. 1526 .l. ¤ fairgi,
30 IGT Verbs ex. 81 .l. ¤ sluaghaidh`viaticum', PBocht 22.27 .
l. ¤ éirghi amach`rations of a rising out' (i.e.provisions
for a hosting), Caithr. Thoirdh. 151.11 .l. ¤ oir ┐ indmais
`provision of gold', PH 408.
(c)do-gní l. ¤ (do) makesprovision(for): dlighe, a dhuine,
35déanamh lóin; / . . . smuain ar t'eachtra, DDána 20.1 .
dá dúthchas gan déanamh lóin without making provision for
her own household
, 103.7 .dá fhleidh ní l. ¤ do-ghéana, 48.11 .
do-rinne l. ¤ clú dā chrodh`he fed his stock to his fame', O'R.
Poems 303.
40(d)Fig.support,sustenance,provision(especially in a
spiritual context): gearr bhus l. ¤ loise an domhain, Dán Dé
xxii 9 .Rī na n-uile . . . / is l. ¤ do dhuine an daidhbhris,
DDána 22.6 .a l. ¤ [gnáth] dod ghaol(addressing the Blessed
Virgin), DDána 19.3 .fiort an athar do b'é a l. ¤ `God's power
45was their support
', PBocht 26.21 .mar l. ¤ shíordhaidhe réd
chothughadh féin, TSh. 6942 .déagh-oibre bhéas leat mar
ualaighe lōin, Keat. Poems 395.
Compds. ¤ choire cauldron: lónchore mór . . . dublind
úathmar and, BDD² 1234 .lónchore co ndabaig`eine
50Speisekessel
', ZCP xii 273.1 ( LL 14608 ).Cf. conid de
asberair lonchoire .i. don crāes-lon bói i mbrága Cathail,
Aisl. MC 103.5 (see2 lon). ¤ ḟeis(s) food,feasting :corup
lónfheiss cōict[h]igis dam, 29.25 . ¤ tech dining hall(?);
storehouse(?): a tossach a ḟlaithis / a luintigh bid aīde, /
55dlegar de laīdh lānghlan / ┐ marbnath caīnti, ZCP xii 295.30 .

2 lón n oAlsolúan. Poss. same word as1 lón. haunch,rump,
buttock;hip: ag loige meich . . . do-emeat a da lon a di(a) araind,
Laws ii 238.11 ( ZCP xiv 347 § 8 ).aisill loin cach mairt . . . ┐ mir
do ces loin, Laws 232.13 - 14 .fas loin .i. don ces tona, 10 Comm .
60 ra lettair Lóch mo da lon, TBC 2365 .geoghain Loch
tremhid a dhá luan e, p. 315 n.4 .gur theasgasdair a luan
ar dhó, n.8 .ra ḟácaib a l. ¤ in Ḟindbennaig and, gorop de
dátá Áth luain, 6190 .for luani[b] (sic leg.?) ban maeth
.i. for lonloingiu (-laige, -luingen,v.ll.) ban, RC xxvi 30.121 .
65 cubat di thegad mu lóin, Arch. iii 310 § 3 (B. na f.).in da
Loan(comicn.pr.), Aisl. MC 77.12 .
Compds. ¤ chárna:cona dí lámaind do loncharna lánmheith
` rump steak ', Aisl. MC 91.14 . ¤ chróchit` chine-steaks ' (por-
tions reserved for therí,ollam filed, etc.), Met. Dinds. i
7024.156 .aire forggaill fír / dober lonchruachait dóib, LL
3724 . ¤ ḟéith:is inand eisein ┐ in loinidha on loin feith`the
sinew of the hip
', Rosa Ang. 318.10 . ¤ ida(seeidu)sciatica.
See prec. ex.sietica . . . .i. loin-idhga` hip-cramp ', 318.11 .
¤ loingén:lon loingen .i. taeb,ut estco fuirim lonlaingen fri
75lairge luthain .i. a thaeb fri toin na gabla, O'Dav. 1204.
lonlaingen bo, no daim, O'C. 880 ( H. 3.18,394 ), `the side',
O'Don. Suppl.lon loinngen .i. sdaidhg bhrághad, O'Cl.
cosin lónlongin bóshaille Aisl. MC 99.15 (`gullet'). As comic
n.pr. in Lonloingen, 77.12 - 13 .Fastaib mac Lonlongen,
80 21 .lonloingen, the name of a musical instrument,a flute,
a recorder
, Walker, Irish Bards i 124 .

1 lonach n ā,f.(lon) hen-blackbird: innaluiniche gl.merulae,
Thes. ii 5.27 (ACr.).

2 lonach adj o, ā(lon) blackbird-haunted(?): ba bind gāir caille
85lonche / im rāith Fīachach maic Monche, Corm. Y 48 = LL
201b55 . Possiblyg s.of1 lonach.