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lott o,m. vn.ofloittid. IGT Decl. § 67. Verbs § 58 . (orig.
n. ?:lot ar n-enig(ar added above line by later hand;immlot
40n-einig,v.l.), Ériu xii 172.x . Alson s. loit, Lev. xiii 3.
g s. loite, DDána 10.41 . Lev. xiv 54. d s. -luit, Gleanings
17 § 21 .loit, Beatha S.F. 3158 . Lev. xiii 3. d p. loitidibh
(:crodhtigibh), Arch. iii 234 § 10.
(a)In concrete sense, ruin,injury,damage,wound; act
45ofdestroying,injuring,wounding :im lot do aibinne`for
injuring thy meeting-hill
', Laws i 166.26 .in tan bis do curan
agid lot hurting you, 300.23 Comm .i lot in focend`for
injury done to corn in the ear
', 172.11 Comm .lot ind feoir
injury to the grass, 174.19 Comm .slan don tarbh cach
50mil . . . tiucfa chuici do lot a dara no a ingelta ime`to
interrupt his bulling or his grazing
', iii 232.10 Comm .Saxain
do thuidecht i nHerind ┐ lánl. ¤ Herend dóib, LL 3204 .lot
Aedha Slaine . . . / la Conall nGuthbind`[mortal] injury',
Mac Carthy 414.9 .nír fhet P. in cat[h]raig do l. ¤ , Todd
55Lect. vi 75.x .mo flaithius do lot, YBL 172b44 .ni aile da
lot dano .i. ni lucht oenbérla iat another thing that does them
harm
, CCath. 5082 .ag sior-dheanamh luit ┐ uilc ar Oll-
tachaibh, IT,ii2150.718 .ciarbu líach a lot(of the infant
Níall exposed to die), Ériu iv 94.6 .na légid bar leas do lot,
60 Cog. 122.28 .bhur luit ┐ othrais, ZCP iv 452.18 .rí Connacht
do lot go mor . . . go raibh a ccrolighe báis, CS 318.5 .O
Domhnaill a n-othrus an luit remráiti, AU iii 518.3 .fíolún
fionn go n-iomat lot a malignant tumour causing great harm,
BNnÉ 147.x .ní beag do loit Leithe Cuinn / bás Seaáin,
65 L. Cl. A. Buidhe 141.57 .adhbhar luit cridhe an Choim-
dheadh, DDána 10.24 .síodh do luit(of the crucifixion),
Dán Dé x 16 .luit chorcra`crimson wounds', Studies 1919,
612 § 4 .lot báis fatal wound, PBocht 23.19 .gan lot airm,
Keat. Poems 1227 .é féin d'iomchosnamh ar l. ¤ na luchóg,
70 TSh. 594 .erigh anois dochum luit an taeibh, ITS xxix
216.36 .do dhéanamh iomaid luit dá ngortaibh, TSh. 9744.
fuaras suim oile marbh 'sna [fásaoibh] nach roibh loit ar
bith orra, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 42.26 .a chroidhe . . . arna
loit, mar do loitfidhe le ga nō le saighid í, Beatha S.F. 3158 .
75 mar théid an ga gréine tré gloine gan a lot, Parrth. Anma²
1398 . As an exclamation:mór da gasraidh ghliadh do
thoit / . . . mo róloit, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 139.8 .
Attrib.g s.'na fhior luit an lá do bhí`when He was wounded',
Aithd. D. 77.35 .
80 (b) Fig. (i) of injury done to the soul, honour, etc.:is lot do
mnāi merdrechus, Corm. Y 817 .corbo he tinscra ro gellad
di . . . ara hogi do lot, Rawl. 75b46 .ni fil lot n-enig duid-
seo and(sic leg.?), Ériu xii 172.13 .teangtha ar mbiodh-
bhadh / beid gár lot i ló an aighneasa, PBocht 6.12 .do
85chóidh bhar lot gan leigheas, Content. xxix 5 .na luit
do-rinneadar air, créachta na coire, TSh. 2591 .ag lot a
gcoguáis, 1 Cor. viii 12 .do lot m'anma, Párl. na mB.
3025 .
(ii) breach,violation(of a rule); act ofviolating: i cinaid
in tredain do l. ¤ dó, RC xii 430 § 28 .na sagairt ag lot a
5ngrádh, ZCP xii 392.24 .lot na haithne, PBocht 17.5 .ar
lot a riaghla reimhe, A. Ó Dálaigh 1.35.
Compds. (i) With noun. ¤ bág act ofdevastating :tul-mag
bad líach do lot-báig, Met. Dinds. i 6.4 . (ii) With vn. ¤ adnad:
lotadhnadh a ngruadh nglan / d'fhocalghamh druadh the
10flushing of their cheeks by injurious words
, DDána 117.34 .
¤ gon:foghail lotghon leomhan, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 100.212 .
an leathsa Cuinn . . . / 'ga lotghoin tar iath Éirionn, 139.16 .
(iii) Withadj. ¤ bertach harmful,destructive :[an díthchreid-
eamh] Luther loitbheartaigh, Eochairsg. 1.2 .

15 ? lotta: ind Scoitt o Scotta sciamda / ria l. ¤ nir thiamda tais,
LL 16494 (`before her overthrow', RC xlvii 317 ).Cf. lott.

lour xseelór.

loure n[iā,f.] =lórtu:ar l. ¤ -ni do preceptetforcitul cáich
`our sufficiency to teach and instruct everyone', Wb. 15a14 .

20 lourtu xseelórtu.

n(g s. lui,lai inframay indicate orig.lue,io):iathlu .i.
etti-lū .i. bec a eti, Corm. Y 776 .l. ¤ cach mbecc, 797 .lelap .i.
laulep .i. láu cech mbec, Corm. Bodl. 8.22 .l. ¤ .i. bec, O'Mulc.
771 , 791 . Note also:lu .i. olc,ut dicitur: ni len lu lessugud,
25 O'Mulc. 792 .lúada .i. l. ¤ gach mbeag, O'Cl.
In Laws Comm. something small,thingofsmall value (opp.
ofcleithe):cid im lu, cid im cleithi, Laws i 54.18 .cid bec .i. im
lu. Cid mor .i. im cleithe, iii 38. y .noco nuil deithbir lui
na cleithi im in cumail sin that c. is a fixed payment, 100.6 .
30 fo aicned lai no cleithi`according to the nature of major or
minor (value
)', 144.15 .gid cutrumus lui gid cutrumus
clethe`whether equal to small or equal to large (cattle)', iv
200.32 .a ngaid lui, iii 108.11 .in cethruime rand dec a
ngait laoi ann, v 170.y .cach athgabala co ruigi l. ¤ ┐ im lu
35fein, i 224.7 .derbforghell luí`a false oath respecting the
stealing of an article of little value
', iii 394.13 . Taken by
Laws edd. ascompar.in:mad lu, is let log enech`if less. . .',
i 140.29 .coir cemad lu [orro]`it is right that there should
be less (fine imposed) upon them
', iii 504.8 . In cheville:
40 sluínd go lu, iv 218.3 .Cf.Stokes Laws Crit. 22.
Perh. also:núide luigl.nouacula, Sg. 59b14 - 15 . See note
in Thes.
Compds. ¤ barc smallship (if not forlúath-orlúth-):
lan do longaib ┐ do lúbarccaib, Acall. 6920. 6504 .longa ┐
45lugbarca, TTr.² 112. Ériu viii 18.31 . ? ¤ chethra:direnar
landire ro suidiged i comdire . . . fri lu cethra`for the small
cattle
', Laws iv 200.3 . ¤ laisee3 lai. ¤ láeg(in etymol. gl.
onlulaig):lu .i. cach mbec,unde dicitur, lulaigh .i. laeg
mbec, O'C. 110 ( H.3.18,71 ),

50 1 lúa, nearlierlue(disyll.?) [io]n s. lue, Sg. 50a20 .a s. luie,
MU² 959. lue, 963 .d s. lau(láu,lua,vll.), BDD² 929. láu,
LU 9388. luu, LU 9699. LL 277a42 .lū, Cáin Ad. 23. n d.
dhalua , ZCP iii 378.12 =dālú , v 484.1 . Perh. orig. same
word asluí, which, however, differs in gender and inflection.
55 I (a) heel,foot;hoof(in some exx. could equally be transl.
kick, cf.follg. sections):sal nó luegl.calx(`heel or kick'),
Sg. 50a20 .tēora gāire mallacht for cech ferscāl nomuirbfeth
mnái a deis nā clí ná lū nā tengaid, Cáin Ad. 23 .lúth mo
da l. ¤ (glossedmo choiss) `the vigour of my heels', Ériu i 72 § 1.
60In B. na f.dha lua is lethreann diobh go losg`two feet and
one of them lame
', ZCP iii 378. 12 =dā lú, v 484.1 .focheird
úir da luib taris hooves, LL 8852 ( TBC 1491 ) (of the `Dond
Cualnge'). Perh. also in follg.:ó mir nó ó dúrnn nó o l. ¤
(lau, BDD2) `with a bite(?) or a blow or a kick', BDD 94.
65 col-lūib ┐ co ndornaib`with kicks and blows of his fists',
Ériu ii 24.12 .cin coisi . . . .i. in lua, Laws i 240.16 Comm .
(b)With verbs of striking etc. spurns(in lit. sense),kicks:
dobert a luie frisin comlai colluid a chos trethe, MU² 959.
atnaig a l. ¤ frisin muine luachrái`he gives his kick to the rush-
70brake
', Fél. 180.24 .doratas mo lua fris`I gave my kick to it',
27 .atacomcussa com láu/condarrala i mbrosnacha, LU
9388 .ata-biu com luu I will slay her with my kick, ZCP
iii 216.5 (= LU 9699 , LL 277a42 ).dobered lua do`he would
give him a kick
', TTebe 259 .
75 (c)In phr.l. ¤ fri:lue fri lūag (luige re lōg,v.l.) one who
tramples on (spurns) his wages
(?), Bruchst. i 29 § 64 .lua
[fri] brot, Aen. 751 ,cf. ba lua fri borb ┐ ba beim cind fri
hall kicking against a goad, LL 225b38 ( TTr. 629 ).
(d) blowwith theheel,kick :tuc C. lua da choiss friasi,
80 LL 7491 .rabretha trénlua tarpech da choiss úad, 9847
( TBC 2776 ).is dúaig in lua . . . sin, 11206 ( TBC 4411 ).
a bedg, no redg, no lua`a start, or a fit, or a kick', Laws iii
180.17 Comm .
See6 lúa.

85 2 lúa xsee.

3 lúa xseelús(aid).