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? 4 lúa indperh. forlúth in:lua mo ruisc`strength of my eye',
Ó Bruad. iii 178.15 .

5 lúa xsee3 lúan.

6 lúa nin phr.l. ¤ líath(alsolue,lú;líad,léith) (?1 lúaandlíath)
5 spleen :lien .i. lue liad, Sg. 63b13 .splen .i. lue liath, 63b16 .
lien .i. lua liath, 96b3 .spplenem .i. inlu leith, Gild. Lor. 228.
fáilte il-lū lēith in cech raind / is imrádud i n-ārainn, Arch.
iii 223.8 .

lúabainde adj io, iā(lúabu) consistingofcheese :l. ¤ gl.montem
10casiatum(=mons coagulatus pinguis, Ps. lxvii 16 ), Ml. 84b5 .

lúabu nMeaning uncertain. The deriv.lúabaindesuggests
not part of an animal (so Thurn. ZCP xiv 421 ) but a con-
fection of some sort, such as cheeseorporridge:(a riddle)
cia l. ¤ (caidhe in luabhu,v.l.) berbthar fri cech lucht? . . .
15Tencair in gabonn what l. is boiled for all people? The smith's
tongs
, ZCP xiii 272.6 .a c[h]lérig . . . meic lūabann, Aisl.
MC 33.22 , 124.2 .coire ramór lán do luabin, 69.1 . ?.x.
ndabcha .i. luamann, Ériu ii 4.15 and gl. 68 ..x. talliama
taræda iluamand, 5.3 .

20 luach adj(1 lúa)given tokicking . Of a horse:nip leasc . . . nip
l. ¤ , O'C. 1863 ( 23 P 3,20a ). Of a cow:mad l. ¤ , O'C. 250 ( H 3.18,
145a ).

1 lúach xseelóg.

2 lúach xsee2 lóch.

25 1 lúachair n[i,]f. g s.andn p. lúachra. IGT Decl. § 10.
Collect. rushes . (a)ain .i. luachair, O'Dav. 20 .lūac[h]air
.i. liuc[h]-úir .i. fliuc[h]-ūir uimbe, Corm. Y 846 .im deir . . .
do luachra as fine(?atonement) for thy rushes, Laws i 166.y .
luachair in muirmuige(sic leg.), 170.25 Comm .luachair
30for Tebtha`[to set] rushes over T.', Met. Dinds. ii 6.60 .isin
tuirpill luachrai, Fél. 180.21 =isinpurtt luachrai, Fél.²
cxxviii 23 .oc búain na luachra, Fing. R. 514 .táinic
lúachra (luachra, MS) lúad`rustling of rushes has come',
Ériu xvii 90 § 7 .bert (lúachra), IGT Decl. § 15 .is cosmhail
35mo ghnaoi re lígh na luachra, Keat. Poems 1425 .simhin
luachra a single rush, BNnÉ 42.2 .
(b) rushesas bedding material: etaighe fo na rigaib, ┐
luachair fo na gradaib otha sin amach, Laws iii 296.17 Comm .
gach leaba . . . / iomlan do linn 's do luachair, Ir. Texts ii
402 § 10 .annsa leis luighi ar luachair, Ir. Review ii 472 § 9.
sen corma ┐ núa lúachra old ale and fresh rushes, IGT Decl.
ex. 685.
(c) rushy place,marsh :aidlis Eochaid in l. ¤ `E. approached
the rush-bed
', Met. Dinds. iii 344.73 .roshír cech l. ¤ 'masech
45`sought out every rush-bed in turn', 342.65 .
(d) In n. loc. (see also Hog. Onom.):luid Find for Luachair,
RC vii 294 § 61 .tri deslémend Luac[h]ra, LU 4022 ( SC 47 ).
Lúachair Deadhaidh, IGT Decl. § 200 .Teamair Lúachra,
ibid. i lLuachair Deirg, LU 4172.

50 2 lúacha(i)r n brightness,brilliance :luachair .i. taitnem . . .
quasilucar, Corm. Bodl. 10.25 .lūac[h]uir .i. taitnem,ab
eo quod est luceo uel lux.i. soillse, Corm. Y 815 .luachair
.i. taitnimhach, Lec. Gl. M 261 .co l. ¤ in splendour(chev.),
LU 2894 ( ZCP xviii 176.8 ).al-lūachair throgain`from
55brightness of sunrise
', RC xxvi 18.1 .muir-duchunn, nach
leasg luac[h]ar of no mean brightness, Ériu x 84 § 74.
Compd. ¤ bláith:treabh lúacharbhláith, IGT Introd.
§ 93 (23.23) . ?brat lasamain lochar-bláith uime, Acall.
3488 v.l.(`of gentle brightness', Hessen) (or =luchair?).

60 lúacharn xseelóchrann.

? lúacharnach Only inn. loc. d s. Luacharnuigh(now Lough-
arnagh, a townland in the district of Coill Ó bhFiachrach,
in the barony of Kiltartan), Hy Fiachr. 68.1 .Cf. luachair-
neach m.`a place full of rushes', O'R.

65 lúachat xseelóichet.

lúachda adj(1 lóch) brilliant,blazing :ba luachda(glossedsoigh-
nenda)doigherda a drech, Leb. Gab. 50.25 .

lúachmar xseelógmar.

1 lúachrach adj(1 lúachair) sedgy :magh lom luachruch, O'R.
70Poems 2496.

? 2 lúachrach n(1 lúachair) marshy place,placewhererushes
grow: isnaib lúac[h]rachaib lánaib, LU 9320 .batir finna
na lluachracha dia n-éis(`white were the rushes behind them
at departure
'), ZCP xviii 297.7 .luachrach`a crop or field
75of rushes
', Hog. Luibhl.

lúachrad o,m. vn.oflúachraid(seeúrcompds.). IGT Decl.
§ 11 (55.17) . Verbs § 82 (232.6) .an tigh sin . . . ar na
úr-luachradh de chaonnach an tsléibhe`freshly strewn', ITS
i 112.4 .

80 1 lúad vn.ofluīd(see alsolúth).m., IGT Decl. § 96 . Verbs
§ 75 . ?g s. -luaid, Laws v 366.14 .d s. luaidh, Content.
xviii 47 , 147 (unsupported by rhyme).
(a)act ofmoving,settinginmotion,performing,promoting
etc.:corba lánurlam ri . . . l. ¤ for cach leth isin domun ready
85to be navigated into every part of the world
(of the boat Argo),
LL 219a11 ( TTr. 145 ).tanic luachra luad, RC v 202.3
`rustling', Ériu xvii 90 .l. ¤ in chiúil the movement (sound?)
of the music, Im. Brain 20 (load,log,v.l.).for luad in
motion
, SR 7944 .in tan nad bi occaib fadesin comobair
trebtha do luad doing, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 19 .inbleith .i. in
5ni do berar don lucht um luadh umpi for minding it(looking
after an animal), i 272.2 Comm .is alaind feras in luadh
`onset' (of a horse), RC xvii 143.24 (Tig.).ge do luaidhetar
luadh fer played the part of men(?), Celt. Rev. iv 214.y .do
luaidset luag n-agha, 218.9 . ?mairg laech arna luagh do
10luig / for cūl A.`after doing it', Ériu xviii 58 § 6.
With obj.gen.(ofvn.etc.):tucad l. ¤ forluamna fom I was
swept off my feet
(?), LL 273b43 .ó' dchonnarc Murchadh
Sitric . . . gan luadh teithe aige with no notion of fleeing,
Ériu i 87.18 .can luad aithni ar araili / 'con t-sluag`that
15host would not recognise each other
', Hy Fiachr. 292.3 .fri
luad síd ┐ córa to promote, Alex. 761 .re luadh ár leasa-ne,
MR 308.1 .ag luadh léighinn studying (reciting?), SG 24.26 .
ic luadh leiginn is Laidne, Flower Cat. 493.28 .Cf.(b)
below.
20In follg. taken by glossators aslóg:tincur a treibi do
luag o'n meid adaimter i trebud, Laws v 284.29 .i. do cennach,
288.7 Comm . ?astud a lanluaid, Laws v 366.14 .i. . . . fola
lan-loigi, 25 Comm .
(b)act ofmentioning,tellingof,discussing :ar l. ¤ cacha
25láech-dreimme`after telling of each heroic folk', Met. Dinds.
iv 24.z .Brigid do luadh do c[h]ind c[h]ruidh, Ériu xviii
58 § 6 .fri tuirim lūad Lagen-glonn to give a full account
of
(?), ZCP viii 118 § 32 .binn liom re luadh, Ériu xvi
134 § 46 .irdairc a lūad re labra a famous matter when
30mentioned
, ZCP viii 113.24 .frit fath a [ṡ]lechta re luagh,
BB 50b16 ( MacCarthy 420.y ).fácbait sin cen luad they
ignore that
, PH 7678 .luad saethaig`expression of a weary
one
' (name given in Briatharogham of Morann m. Máin to
emancholl, letter ae), Auraic. 5612 .más leanb re luadh
35n-oidhreachta`being a young prince (chiefly) set on asserting
his right to his inheritance
', Aithd. D. 65.26 .gach neach ag
a luagh ar ló all extol it, DDána 119.37 .gan síodh Íosa
linn do luadh that we did not discuss (i.e. try to obtain) the
peace of Jesus
, Dán Dé xxvii 30 .an Colum Cille atámaoid
40do luadh annso, Keat. iii 1574 .ac lūadh astrolaice, Ir.
Texts i 44.16 .
With prep.AR:adamra indrig naruam rath, / nimtha
luad aran-ilar I cannot hope to mention, SR 7290 .gan luadh
ar chaoi an dá chorrbhas`not to mention the two soft hands'
45sad plight
', PBocht 3.26 .'s gan luagh ar éigse d'admháil,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 121.28 .gurab annamh bhíos luadh ná
iomrádh ag mnaoi . . . ar an duine, TSh. 4254 .do rinne
sé luadh ar m'ainm, Is. xlix 1 .
In phr.l. ¤ ráid pronouncement,report,judgement :do
50gealladh leo—fa luadh ráidh`it came to nothing but words',
Aithd. D. 23. 19 .lúadh ráidh`report', Ridgeway Essays
338.8 .an luadh ráidh`judgment', PBocht 27.22 .Cf. luadh
glóir talking, DDána 60.26 .
(c) Freq. in chevilles:l. ¤ nad cél, Thes. ii 290.6 .lūadh
55nād célam, Arch. iii 294 § 13 .luad nad indo, LL 4929 .l. ¤
ṁbetha`a world's talk', Fél. Aug. 23 .luadh co nglaine,
Snedgus u. MacR. 9 § 4 .lūad cūar, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 12 § 2.
luad ṅdil, SR 369 .luad gan ges, BB 44b32 . ?lethan luad,
SR 7974 .R. . . . mōr a l. ¤ (fame?), Celtica iv 152 § 176 .