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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 .

longphortach adj o, ā(longphort) (a) possessingmanyencamp-
ments;warlike :Magh Raighni . . . / clār lethan . . . l. ¤ līnmar,
5 Bruchst. i 64 § 147 = IT iii 95 § 147 .Descert Laigen l. ¤ ,
IT iii 87 § 98 .Aed B., rig longportach Luigne, MR 252.9 .
fear lonn longportach, Duan. Finn ii 270 § 78 .túrach
tíreach longphortach, Keat. Poems 793 = Hackett xxxix
161 .a bhrugh lonnmhair longphortaigh surrounded by
10encampments
(?), Keat. Poems 853.
(b) Assubst. frequenterofcamps,warrior :in longportach
lerda(of Cú Roí mac Dáiri), ZCP iii 38.15 .l. ¤ Locha Erne,
LL 4559.

longud u,m. vn.of2 loingid.g s. loingthe. (a)act ofeating,
15 consuming(food): l. ¤ no ithi, Ml. 56a13 .longad ┐ tomailt,
LU 3226 ( SC 1 ).fer borb brogda . . . im l. ¤ ┐ im ligi, LU 6708
(TBC).is geis dúib . . . ól nó l. ¤ nó chotlud, 8387 ( FB 26 ).
ni doid hi (= a) saith do bíud na lungud na chodlutt, IT
i 77 § 17 v.l.Eg.mad congaire do chleith an tighe an tan
20bithter ag l. ¤ caithid an l. ¤ sin`if it call from the roof-tree of
the house when people are eating, they throw away that food
',
Ériu viii 122.9 .doradsat tocured dia coibnesaib . . . do
longadh na fesside, St. Ercuil 7 .longadh .i. caitheamh,
O'Cl.
25(b) diet,refection; ameal :l. ¤ serbda sēimide, Ériu ii 56 § 9.
nīmdingēnad fuilide mo longad cen acht`my dinner . . .
would not make me bloody
', § 7 .ro iarfaig Colum Cille
de cia met a loingthi in tan ba hoclaech, Thr. Hom.
120.14 .i llón ┐ i llongadh dóibh, BR 184.8 .lethgille don
30filid fri luingthi lith`das Halb-Unterpfand an den Dichter
für ein Fest des Schmausens
', ZCP xvi 194 (loingi lithi,v.l.).
? In fig. sense:ár cuairt fa mochlongadh mer`our visit was
a mad and early breakfast
', Caithr. Thoirdh. 123.41 , but
perhaps connected with1 loingid.

35 1 lonn adj o, ārarelylann. fierce,strong,violent,vehement,eager,
bold;irascible,angry . Of persons:l. ¤ .i. dimsach no ogal no
egail,ut estl. ¤ cach sochraid .i. is ogal no is egail in cach aga
mbit deghcaraid, O'Dav. 1183 .lond .i. occal, 1201 .luind
fri cáchgl.inmites, Wb. 30c8 .luindgl.amari, 27c5 .lónd
40gl.indignatus, Ml. 77c9 .ar rombu l. ¤ Dia frissomgl.Deo
indignante, 62b22 .ol is londgl.commotus, 56c17 .longgl.
acuta, Thes. i 2.29 .dond láechraid lainn ua lothlind(leg.L.),
Thes. ii 290.5 .Cf. LU 3832 ( SC 37 ).nā ba l. ¤ frim, a poba
Fergus, TBC² 1210 .lond fri úair ṅgascid, TFerbe 629 .lond
45cech scíth every tired man is irascible, LL 18745 .Eua is
Adaim / . . . / lobraig lonna lomnochta, SR 1420 .do thuit
Carran dot laimh luinn, Cog. 80.14 .mar a fuigmís sássadh
. . . ┐ sinn l. ¤ ravenously hungry, SG 40.16 .dogoas consors gan
tsorb / is nach l. ¤ fria geis do thsíor irritable when importuned,
50 ZCP v 487 § 13 (B. na f.).do shín riot a righeach n-áluinn /
Íosa Críosd — fa caomhthach lonn(to the Cross), DDána
41.31 .Cailleach Dé . . . / ní luath labhras is ní l. ¤ , Aithd. D.
1.34 .ná bí luathaigeantach l. ¤ , Magauran 2360 .Alasdran,
mairtīreach l. ¤ , Celtica iv 143 § 124 .is ionann Lochlonnach
55. . . is duine láidir ar fairrge; óir is ionann l. ¤ is láidir . . .,
Keat. iii 2461.
By transf. of weapons, armour, etc.laigni lonna, Cog.
158.24 .lúireach l. ¤ , L. Cl. A. Buidhe 98.142 .cogadh
ralann`fierce war', Aithd. D. 91.1 .la neim lāidhe luinde
60lūaithe, Arch. iii 295 § 27.
Of animals, fierce,eager :léomain lonna, LU 2421 .searrach
l. ¤ , Measgra D. 15.7 .cuiléan l. ¤ , Magauran 4419 .Cf. uaill
fhearchon, giodh l. ¤ a sian, Measgra D. 5.42 .
Freq. asepithetofsea,river, etc. srib lond .i. sribh lūath
65nō trēn, Corm. Y 786 .rodo-ler lond-láthrustar`raging sea',
BDD² 907 .[is] mēit muir mōr cech loch l. ¤ , Four Songs
18 § 2 .o Lui lethain luind, Reeves Ad. 270.9 .
Oflightning: línfaid aer lasrach l. ¤ , Airne F. 265 .ilar
lasrach l. ¤ cech leth(in hell), SR 901 .saighnéin lonna lois-
70geacha, DDána 73.2 .
In phr.is l. ¤ la is acauseofanger,displeasure, to(but see
2 lonnto which some exx. below may belong):ba lond
. . . la H. in ascaid-sin`was grievous to H.', PH 906 .ba holc
┐ ba l. ¤ lais in mnai cuil do beth oc H., 861 .cid l. ¤ lat-su,
75lécfither dál dó`disagreeable', Aisl. MC 33.7 .ba l. ¤ ┐ ba loscad
le C., MR 248.8 .Adv. co fergach, lond immar leo, IT i
158.5 .Compar. luindiugl.indignatione . . . commotior,
Ml. 130a13 . 23d22 .láth bas luinniu, LU 4840. Adv. ind
luindiugl.commotius, Ml. 32d1 .loinditi a fearg`the fiercer
80on that account his anger
', Ériu iv 214 § 9. Superl.luindem
dib drisiuc`the boldest of them is the d.', O'Dav. 1201.
Assubst. anger,ferocity :l. ¤ .i. fearg, O'Cl.amal léoman
. . . lán luind letarthaigh, TTr.² 1477.
Compds. (i) With noun. ¤ bág:leomain na lonnbága,
85 SR 5722 .co libernmas, co lond-báig`with furious strife',
Met. Dinds. iii 268.26 .tre luinde co londbaid, BB 397b1 .
¤ barr:luinde l.`of valorous chiefs', Arch. Hib. ii 62 § 59.
¤ bríathraid one whospeaks violently :londbriathraid cech
n-imreasnaich, iii 230.135 . ¤ bruith(vn.ofbruithid) `act of
fiercely burning ':ag losgadh ┐ ag lonn-bhruith, TSh. 7847.
5 ¤ bruth fierce ardour (common as epithet of a warrior):cride
licce, londbruth loga, Sc. M² § 15.9 . `is muir tar glasa
dodānic ann ēm', or Fergus, `is londbruth loga', TBC² 3358.
ri Laighen londbruth leomain, Anecd. ii 35 § 6 .tria lonn-
bruth na mbríg ṁbassa, SR 6795 . ¤ búaid:ro-das-troeth
10cech n-olc ar huair / ro-s-glaed cech locht cen lonnbuaid,
SR 6554 . ¤ buiden:lá na lonna-bhuidhne, Keat. Poems 50.
? ¤ chride:risin fingalach nach fann / bed a n-idnai co
hutmall, / ma fer lonncraiti ar gach leth, / biaid Conmaicne
co coscrach, Fen. 348.17 . ¤ fhiach fierce vulture :díon
15Laighneach ar lainnfhiachaibh, DDána 117.25 . ¤ gair
fierce cry :būaid Dromma Leugairi lúaith / londgair la cūain
gormais méin, Éigse x 187 § 25 ( LL 6111 ). ¤ gairge:beithir
ar beódhacht ┐ ar lonngaircce an laoichmhilidh sin, FM v
1694.4 . ¤ gal:in ferg fēne co londgail, Sc. M² § 3.8 . ¤ gleo
20 fierce combat :ar-cichset airg . . . londgliaid, § 15.18 .
¤ gnáth:snás dar Lifi co lond-gnáth`in furious wise', Met.
Dinds. ii 68.30 .la tri coicda dinaib lanamnaib lucht londgnad,
LL 4978 . ¤ gním:do Mheargach . . . na lonngníomh(sic
leg.), Oss. iv 108.12 .laige 'na lonn-gnimaibh, MR 154.2 .
25 ¤ letrad:amal leoman londletarthi`wildly mangling', TTebe
2530 ( ¤ letartha,v.l.). ¤ nert:ar loinneart . . . i ngach cath,
Magauran 3226 . ¤ ócán:lonnogán .i. ógán lonn .i. ógán
feargach, O'Cl. ? ¤ scíath:in é an leathangae loindsgéth,
TBC St. 3261.
30(ii) With adj. In dvandva compds. ¤ balcc fierceand
strong :na laech lúath londbailc, TTr. 1687 . ¤ bras:tar lear
londbras, Anecd. i 54 § 33 .ciambad l. digal Dé, SR 3617.
ilar l. leoman, 900 . ¤ glúair:co toracht Lochlaind lonngluair,
Met. Dinds. ii 28.44 . ¤ mer:leoman londmer, TTebe 3207 .
35 in ri londmer gaisceadmer, 2846 .ruaic garc an leomain
loinnmir, Ir. Texts ii 21 § 39 .do tholgánaib sgiath loinn-
mhear, ML 130.9 (`bright'). Assubst.(of a prince)loinnmher
as lúthmhuire, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 147.40 . ¤ rúad fierce
andmighty :tar ler londruadh, Anecd. i 52 § 19.
40Inadj.formed from nouns: For ¤ aindsclechsees.v.
aindsclech. ¤ bágach fiercely aggressive :Dauid 's ind leo
lonndbágach. SR 5726 . ¤ béimmennach:Lugh . . . loinn-
bhéimionnach, Atlantis iv 162.1 . ¤ brígach:amal leomain
londbrighach`fiercely strong', Aen. 2572 . ¤ chréchtach:amal
45leomain londchrechtaig, TFerbe 733 . ¤ ḟergach:faol-chú
foghlach ┐ leómhan loinn-fheargach`raging', TSh. 1160.
¤ galach valorous: Braon, breas Laighean lonnghalach. FM
ii 656.13 . ¤ gnímach:laech . . . lonngnimach, BB 419b4 .
do Chloinn loinnghníomhaigh Lachloinn, L. Cl. A. Buidhe
50 30.8 .Adv. do ghaibh go lúthmhar . . . lonnghníomhach
aige laochbhualadh, Comp. Con C. 130.9 . ¤ guinech:a
lamaib laech londguinech, Alex. 19.