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? losnaid n i,m.:dá óenrath sain, dá oenmuntind, da óenl. ¤ ,
da óenchaindill(of two warriors), TBC 5375 (`zwei einzige
Flammen
(?)'). Inn. loc. i cath Chinn Losnada i mMaig
85Fea .i. losnad muice meic Dá Thó ro rannad ann,
G ii 457.25 (`flitch', 502.28 ) ( LL 316c33 ), but Plummer MS.
notes suggests that it means tail. BellumCinn Losnado
(no Ceall Losnaigh), AU i 28.19 (an. 490 ).

lot n harlot: l. ¤ quasil. ¤ ar is l. ¤ do mnāi merdrechus, Corm. Y
817 (lott, Corm. Tr. 101 ).lót .i. meirdreach, O'Cl.ní
5fhuil cumann i méirdreach ni fhuil dileacht i l. ¤ , Hard. ii
405.12 (proverb).

lota n(ONlopt, Bidrag 96 ). Alsolofta,labta. loft,upper storey,
platform :acc imordughudh . . . iubhus faircsina ┐ lotadha
lanradhairc`full-viewed platforms', St. Ercuil 143 .dul ar
10lotaibh in tempuill, Études Celt. i 83 § 6 (=ar sdrapaib,
§ 5 ).do thuit ceathramha don labhta fūtha, Cín Lae Ó
Meall. 8.23 .do thuit sé . . . ón treas l. ¤ , Acts xx 9 .an treas
l. ¤ third storey, Gen. vi 16 .air a ttrí lofta, Ezek. xli 16.

lotaire n[io,m.] (lott):l. ¤ beag ó Chruachain Chuinn` plunderer ',
15 Tribes of Irel. 36.7 .

lotán n porridge: littiu .i. lot-tē .i. lotān ar tige í ┐ tes inti,
Corm. Y 842. Similarly O'C. 126 ( H. 3.18,76a ). `lóta,
lotán a soft lump or mass of anything', O'Don. Suppl.

1 lotar ind .i. leadhradh no gearradh, O'Cl. Seelochar.

20 2 lotar xseetéit.

1 loth n ā,f.Alsolath. mud,mire:quagmire,marsh: air ind
loith domuingl.pro imo ceno, Ml. 60a6 .caenum .i. l. ¤ , Sg.
22a11 .nomen loithe infernalisgl.mefitis, 127a1 .l. ¤ gl.Lerna,
34a6 .lap .i. l. ¤ no cechair, O'Dav. 1147 .lœthi iffirngl.
25 Cocitique, Goid. 69.16 .laith .i. feith ┐ uisce for a huachtar,
O'Dav. 514 .fidba for lind latha, O'Mulc. 110 .imain fo
laith; imain fo cechair, Laws v 138.11 .is blāth for laith(of
beauty which is not matched by good sense), ZCP vi 267 § 5.
?leig lath, Ériu xvii 9P § 9 (may mean `the swamp is lovely',
30Ed.). ?diroirpiter coin, ardidsiter eich illenith l. ¤ ibther . . .,
TBC² 3090 (rhet.).
Compd. ¤ én:loithean do loingeas o bhual .i. lacha d'in-
darba ó uisge, ZCP v 488 § 3 (B. na F.).
See1 lad.

35 2 loth xsee1 lod.

? 3 loth: ind lampur lachur l. ¤ lugide, KZ xxxiii 82.z (rhet.) =
. . . lacur l. ¤ luighide, BB 378b15 .

1 lóth n(cf. 1 ló) down,pile :l. ¤ ainm do chlúmh, Met. Gl. p.
25 § 25 (loth,v.l.).Lugaid L. ¤ finn . . . no l. ¤ ḟinn .i. l. ¤ ainm
40d'ḟésóig, Cóir Anm. 185. ?celtair .i. etach núa .i. ni maith
contuí co tucar a loth ass, O'C. 1400 ( H. 3.18,633 ).

? 2 lóth n sweat: Lugaid L. finn .i. l. ¤ ainm d'allus, Cóir Anm.
185.

? 3 lóth inn.pr. (Cúr) mac Da L. ¤ , TBC 2092 . 2124 .

45 ? -lotha: ind súi dian sossad sidlotha .i. dianad soistad sid .i.
in sid[loth sin], ZCP iii 223 § 6 = LB 241a39 (Amra Senáin).

lothach xseelathach.

lothaid v `ladlesout'(?)(Murphy Metrics Gl.):scian scothas /
rind rethes / liag lothas, IT iii 38 § 23.

50 1 lothar n secret meaning(?),conspiracy(?)(same wd. as2
lothar
?):l. ¤ gac[h] ciall inclethe, LL 395a16 . Hence, `l. ¤ or
latharsecrecy, privacy
', P.O'C.

? 2 lothar n(-ó- ?) gathering,assembly :lot[h]ar i mbī brachles
.i. tinōl, ar tinōl na lendand cuici,ut dicitur: lot[h]ar (.i.
55comt[h]inōl) nat fūair ar dib rīgaib rath, Corm. Y 849.
Hence:l. ¤ .i. coimhthionól, O'Cl.

1 lóthar n o,m.Perh. orig.n.Earlierloathar. (a) trough,vat,
tub,vesselforholding liquid :loathargl.peluis, Sg. 67b5 .
lothorgl.alueus, 49a2 .lóthurgl.canalis, Thes. ii 27.36
60(BCr.).lothar .i. coireO'Cl.oen ían bai do lestrai[b] isin
tig, ┐ da lóthur, Ir. Texts i 7 § 23 .dognith an imdel isindala
lothur,ibid. do tabairt neith di asin lothair (sic) don
usciu(of a vessel in which Brigit's feet were washed), 11 § 33 .
lot[h]ar i mbī brachles, Corm. Y 849 .lothar draigin, Ériu
65 xii 176 § 4 .uas na lóthraib uiscidib`water troughs', Celtica
iv 10.62 .ro-rat . . . i llothor ┐ ro gab . . . for ósaic ┐ indlat
dia apstalu, PH 5244 .osna lothraib asa tomlitis na coerig
a cuitig, LB 114a24 (=isna hoimrib, SR 2958 ).in dorus
ele arin faithchi immaig ┐ lathar leccchloiche fair, Mer. Uil.
70 226 (l. ¤ ,v.l.).
(b) boat: meic beca atchiat hi lothur bic(of Mael Dúin
and his companions in their boat), LU 1869 (H).

2 lóthar n o(cf. 1 lóth, and ONlódhi, ASlódha`a fur cloak',
Plummer MS. notes) Perh. orig. same wd. as1 lóthar. fleece:
75 lothar [.i.] édach, Met. Gl. p. 13 § 20 .hi certib ┐ lothruib, Mór
M. § 2 (-aib, MS.).croicenn clumdub ceatnaiti / indṡamail
cach aen lothair, MR 186.8 . ?merci amal lothar oc treb
Aser, LB 124a29 .meirge dar lean mar lothar`a garment',
Keat. iii 2060.

80 Lothlainn pn d s.AlsoLaith-.Form and declension variable.
Lochluinn,Lachluinn, IGT Decl. § 112 . LaterLochlann.
The name of some part ofScandinavia;Norway(see CCath.
5222 ); sometimesDenmark(?);in CCath. `used vaguely for
Germany or Scandinavia', Stokes Gloss.;cf.ex. from
85 Keat. iii 2460 s.v. Lochlannach. See Bidrag 56 , Jn. Celt.
St. i 232 .ni ágor réimm mora minn / dond láechraid lainn
ua Lothlind, Thes. ii 290.5 .Tomrair erell tanise righ
Laithlinne, AU i 354.16 (an. 848 ).Amhlaim mac righ
Laithlinde, 362.9 (an. 853 ).do lind Lochlainde, IT iii
100.2 .fri Lochlaind atúaid, LU 9360 .a coimlin do
5Ghallaibh Lochlaind, AU i 532.3 (an. 1014 ).Maghnus ri
Lochlainni, ii 68.12 (an. 1102 ).Ebdonn ri Lochlann, 332.
x (an. 1263 ).mac rig Lochlann, RC vi 184.19 .Danmairg
. . . / dibergaigh laecraidh Lochland, Mac Carthy 424.x .
tancadar laechraidh na Lochlaindi d'innrad na Roma,
10 CCath. 511 .a haibhnibh . . . firtuaiscirt Lochlann i coic-
richaib . . . adhuair aigreta bathuaidh, 5222 .[ó]ro scáich
do C. . . . tenngabáil tíri Gallia ┐ lochta Lochlann, 384
(Lochlainni,Locland,v.ll.).do chrīchoibh Lochlann, Fl.
Earls 12.3 .
15 Cf. Lochlannach.