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1 longach adj o, ā(1 long) ship-frequented (only withler):tar
ler lethan l. ¤ , Fél. June 12 .tar fairgi lir longaig, Aug. 14.
tar in ler lethan l. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 206.11 .Cf. Caithr. CC
52.24 (§ 89) .seastan . . . in lera loṅgaig, TTebe 308 .

5 ? 2 longach: ind brat l. ¤ roriabach immpe, RC xxi 314 § 33 (`thread-
bare
(?)'). ? Forlongan,q.v.

1 longaid xsee1 loingid.

2 longaid xsee2 loingid.

longair ind .i. longfhóir .i. fóir luinge .i. foireann luinge, O'Cl.

10 longaire n io,m.(1 lon. Second element obscure.Cf. scret-
gaire
) (a)theblackbird's cry :binn lem loin oc l. ¤ (: comnaidhe),
Anecd. ii 23 § 6 = Murphy Lyrics 44 § 6 .l. ¤ luin duibh,
Reeves Ad. 274.20 .lon ic longairi a Liamain, IT iii 85 § 77.
cionnas sin, a Dhubhghoire, / binn air do longhaire(to a
15blackbird), Celt. Rev. x 137.19 .
(b) Used of the call of other birds:longhaire cuach,
Measgra D. 37.28 .longhaire na nen nilardha, BLism.
fo. 160ra3 .
(c) Of the voices of women and boys:is he l. ¤ ban Erind
20(sic), Snedgus u. Mac R. 11 § 42 .l. ¤ ┐ longredan ban ┐
macraidhe . . . ac sianad sírbind, KMMisc. 318.13 - 14 =
ceol ban Erenn, 19 .a bhel mna uidhre ibraidhe / bo luimne
luinde l. ¤ , IT iii 96 § 151.

? longais v pret 3 s. struck(?): itcuas do Sáran mac Boidhb.
25Soidid (= saigid) a athair┐ longais Curchan fo di no fo tri
┐ ra(i)n-aighthar isin sith(sic leg.?), H. 3.18,60.11 (= ZCP
viii 104.17 ).Cf. longar.

longan ind(-á- ?):in dun ┐ in durrthach ┐ in coiri l. ¤ , O'D. 2394
( Rawl. B. 506,49b2 ).is for ind athgabail . . . ro hordaigedh
30inbaidh a choiri l. ¤ do cachgl.is for athgabail .u. ata inbuid a
loinge caire do cach, Laws v 414.10 Comm .Cf. long choire,
longchoire s.v. 1 long. ? Same word inbrat l. ¤ :cul cass-
bhuidhi dar brat l. ¤ / rí duile rí drongan duind, IT iii 105 §
209 .is ē lóg aisnēssi in sceōil sea: . . . léne do nūalín, brat
35longain lómair cona delg ó ríg ┐ ō rīgain, Aisl. MC 113.10 .

longanach adj o,ā:lomgipanach lendanach longanach, IT iii 98
§ 159 .

longar v indic. pres. pass. sg.?:secht treaba . . . adbaill a ndire
. . . tech dia ndentar uaim tadut, tech a longar for a coim-
40ditre (comdig,v.l.) for comol n-eicne`in which its owner is
intruded upon by forcible seizure
', Laws v 162.19 .Cf. longais.

longar langar n cf. longaire. dissension,confusion(?): amhail
dorónsad peacadha a cloinne féin l. ¤ d'Éirinn(title of a
poem), Ó Bruad. iii 164.8 (`ruin and dispersion').

45 longaraid v 3 pl. cf. longaire. utter shrill cries(?): longaraid
langaraid scaipid mar scuaine trud, Ó Bruad. iii 168.16 .

longas xseeloinges.

Longbard pn(Lat. loanword) Lombard: g pl. buidnib L. ¤ do
Letha, Stokes Festschr. 5 § 9 (Longbarr,v.l.).noí n-ingena
50ríg Langbardd, Trip.² 2746 .Sechnall . . . do Longbardaib
Letha do, Trip. ii 394.5 . Inpl. Lombardy: a Longbhordaibh
Leat[h]a og innsaidhe co hElpa, ZCP xiii 173.7 .

longda adj io, iā(1 long) nautical,pertainingtoships :ní buí
decair . . . etarru ┐ crainn na caille acht in cromadh l. ¤ fora
55clarad som namma(of ships), CCath. 1912 v.l. feachair
cath l. ¤ . . . eatorra a naval battle, FM ii 1112.4 .

longmar adj o, ā(1 long) richinships :cnoc lánmhar longmhar,
Measgra D. ii 119.3 .righ . . . luchtmur lánmur longmur,
Flower Cat. 355.23 .

60 longphort n o,m.(1 long+1 port) IGT Decl. § 11. (a) camp,
encampment,temporary stronghold (frequently equated with
dúnad, somet. withsosad):l. ¤ gl.castrum, Ir. Gl. 725 ; 813 .
Aedh mac Neill ro slat uile-longportu Gall, AU i 374.z (an.
866 ).ro gabsat trá cethri chóiced Herend dúnad ┐ lonngport
65isin Breslig encamped, LU 6274 (TBC).ar lár in dúnaid ┐ in
longpairt, 6289 .i scoraib ┐ i llongphortaib Díabail, 2401 .
gabait . . . dunad ┐ l. ¤ tri la ┐ tri aidche ic Druim En, TBC
1686 .níra míad leo dul assin chrích co mbetís aidchi
loṅgphoirt inti, MU² 844 .fiss scél in loṅgphuirt leis camp-
70tidings
, 1909 .daberat fúabairt loṅgphuirt forru, TTr. 1910.
is leo ro marbad Caetil Find lin a longpuirt`with his whole
garrison
', Cog. 22.14 .do éirigh as a l. ¤ he broke camp, Ériu
i 93.6 . Used of a military invasion:cech longport ┐ cech
creich ┐ cech sluoighedh ticfadh do innredh na hEtáile bidh
75ocoinde a cétgress`leaguer', CCath. 506.
(b) mansion,princely dwelling;stronghold,fortress :néll
longphuirt ós Loch Eachach / do chíd adhbha aoilcheathach,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 180.1 .tógbháil longphuirt an lacha,
183.77 .testa Mac Suibne . . . na lonccphort fein a Rath
80Maolain, L. Chl. Suibhne § 50 .cathracha ┐ bailte ┐ long-
phuirt iomdha, Beatha S.F. 1381 .do bhíodh príomhl. ¤ ar
leith ag airdrígh Éireann . . . mar atá Teach Miodhchuarta,
Keat. iii 542 .ní dhéan taithighe ar faithchíb longphuirt,
Hackett xxvi 15 . In nn. loc. see Hog. Onom. p. 505.
85 Fig. of thebody: gebaid-se [sc.in diabul] nert for in
longphort-sa uli .i. for in corp, PH 7799.
Compd. ¤ treb mansion,stronghold :longphairttreabh í
Bhríain Bhalloigh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 185.144 .