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lúamairecht n(lúamaire) (a)act ofpiloting,navigating,steering
away :lantuargned na loṅg ica Iuamairecht, LL 236a15
( TTr. 1418 ).gu rabhadar tri cet long ag[a?] luamairecht
don laéchraid`till they had three hundred ships under way',
70 Ériu viii 18.1 .dogén luamairecht ládhaig / in churaig, SG
344.11 .conar lamhadh a luamhaireacht la méd an anfaidh,
FM iii 90.5 . Metaph.is duit ata i tairrṅgiri stiuir th'athar
do luamaireacht to take over the helm from your father(to a
prince), Ériu xvi 84.80 .mo long id láimh da luamhoireacht,
75 Dán Dé xxx 1 .luamhoireacht loisi an tsaoghail to steer a
way through life's glitter
, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 175.85 .
(b) In wider sense of guiding , directing,wielding,manipu-
lating, etc.:niurt Dé dom l. ¤ `to pilot me', Thes. ii 356.6 .is
lindi luamaireacht in laich-sea this hero's career is our concern,
80 TTebe 2547 .ag luamhairecht a rīghi ruling his kingdom,
Fl. Earls 222.12 .do lamh 'got' luamairecht`to guide', MR
296.4 .an lámharm do bhí ré luamaireacht iona leábaidh
for wielding, ML 126.22 .luamaireacht idir dhá theinidh
(prov. of a difficult task), 80.y .conna gebether ar l. ¤
85lám dó anechtair the free movement of the arms, LU 6387 (see
TBC 2529 ).
In the follg. the sense seems closer to that oflúamain:
int-en . . . is treisi lúamhairecht fá neimh, RC xxiv 381.9 .
tabhair gluasacht ┐ luamhaireacht ar in gcorp, 23 K 42,45.5 .
Perh. also:comas luamairechta a tengad, PH 2655.

5 lúamairid v(lúamaire) pilots,steers: luamain .i. luamaired na
het[h]air, Laws v 108.29 Comm .

luamann xseelúabu.

luamda n(luam):L. l. ¤ ` abbatial ', Gorm. June 1 .L. l. ¤ ` piloting ',
Oct. 2.

10 lúamnach,lúaimnech adj o, ā(lúamain). In later lang. with
unlen. -m-, see Duan. Finn Gloss . (butluaimneach:roúaibh-
reach, ii 84 § 63 ).luaimneach, Eg. Gl. 428.
(a) volatile,flying,fluttering,moving,active. etc.Of birds
and animals:sénais inn ēn lūamnech (luamnachv.l.), Hy.
15 v 64 .ech . . . lúamnach prancing, LU 8659 ( FB 49 ).aire
ad luamnaigh(of bees), Laws iv 114.24 Comm .nathraig
lúamnig`flying serpents', Ériu ii 196.4 .is é an aicil luaimnech,
TBC St. 4423. Of persons:fri L. lúamnach, Met. Dinds.
iii 200.24 .Molling luaimnech, SG 385.41 (see Éigse vi 97 ).
20 ar in ri luamnach din leirg, Ériu vii 222.14 .L. lúaimhneach
`the Swift', Duan. Finn ii 142 § 6 (L. Luath, Acall. 6581 ).
Various applications:cearchaill theineadh . . . / 'na sgeimheal
leathtruim luaimneach, Aithd. D. 3. 18 .lasracha luaimneca
leaping flames, Études Celt. i 86.27 .meinig do chuir lúib
25luaimhnigh`dashing raid', O'Hara 1690 .sūile . . . luaimh-
neacha, ZCP i 127.27 .na longa . . . luaimnecha, CF 35.
ó luasgadh luaimneach na locht, TSh. 9545. ?o mhuigh
lupcomlumach luamnach, IT iii 98 § 159 .scíath luaimnech,
RC xxi 164 n.17 .Adv. gu hoband ┐ gu luaimneach(of
30bleeding), 23 P 10³,22b20 .
(b) In more abstr. sense of restless,wavering,inconstant :
tairismig, ni bat lúamnaig, SR 4395 .fear luaimhnioch as
linn 's as libh, KMMisc. 246.13 .na bi luaimneach a timchill
in chlaustra, ITS xxix 199.33 .biaidh an tothar co luaimhnec,
35gan collad. Rosa Ang. 228.3 .oir bid in teinnes and sin
etrum, luaimnech on inadh co ceile, 182.10 .atá mo chroidhe
lúaimneach`my heart panteth', Ps. xxxviii 10.
Superl. gurab í an fhearg is luaimnidhe, Párl. na mB.
2110 .id bhaoth-theangaidh . . . ór luaimnighe an glór of
40liveliest voice
, Keat. Poems 310 .aon mhac saxanaigh ba
luaimnighe láin aisttrighe, FM v 1736.1 .
Seeetarlúamnach,folúaimnech.

lúamnacht n(luam):luamnacht` pilotage ' (in dán-ogam),
Auraic. 5798 .is tre luaimneacht croidhe . . . nach móthuigh-
45míd duairceas . . . ár n-anama, De Imit. 37 .

lúamnaide ind(lúamain):is lúamnaidi a ngléo lively is their
contention
, MU² 479.

lúamnaige n(lúamnach).lúamnuighe,lúaimnighe, IGT Abstr.
Nouns § 81 .gríos fheirge as uaibhrighe bruth / feirrde
50luaimnighe a lasrach the fierceness of its flame, DDána 108.7 .
teindis bis a cengul na lamh ┐ na mer maille hatmuirecht o
luaimhnighi in adbuir mobility, Rosa Ang. 320.12 .éagfaid
an éanlaith dá luaimnighe dhóibh however fast they fly, Keat.
Poems 326.

55 lúamnaigid v(lúamain) moves rapidly,waves,flutters :ce ret not
luamnaighther, LL 187b25 gl.cid fotlaimthersa`what is it
that thou undertakest
?' RC xxvi 24 § 89 .ro luaimnigset a
ó-doirrsi eistechta`quickened', MR 232.8 =ro-luathaigsid,
LL 409b6 .ra-chuclaigetar a crideda, ┐ ra-luamnaigsetar a
60ruisc`fluttered', CRR 39 .do luáimnigh íad mar afráil
luáimnighthe`waved them', Lev. viii 27 .luaimneach(leg.
luaimnigh) Eg. Gl. 428.

1 lúan n o. l. ¤ m., IGT Decl. § 96. (a) In follg. perh. moon:for
soilsi samluain`summer-moon', RC xxvi 28 § 113 (cf. samgrian
65s. l sam).i fescur ḟagmair find-lúain`on a radiant evening
in harvest
', Met. Dinds. iii 460.4 (innuair,v.l.).cath sléibe
Femin find-lúain, 462.34 (-búain,v.l.).Cf.perh. also
luanlus`moonwort', Hog. Luibhl. See2 lúan.
(b) In various expressions meaning Monday (see Jn. Celt.
70St. i 144 ). With3 día:co sorcha lái dia lúain, Ériu ii 208.1 .
dialuain, SR 8054 .co hanteirt día lúain, LU 1919 `to
Monday forenoon
', RC x 60.1 .día lúain, Met. Dinds. iv
150.46 .Cf. cech laithi luain, IT iii 16.11 .laithe cach luain,
Rawl. 115b9 .l. ¤ Monday :die .i. hi luangl.secunda sabbati,
75 Ml. 67c18 .luangl.feria secunda, Thes. ii 41.29 .ó l. ¤ gl.
dies lunae, 30 .l. ¤ do br(e)ithemnacht, Críth Gabl. 544 .luan
┐ mairt, Ériu xvii 74 § 3 ( Laws iv 216.31 Comm .).eusga
mar Luan .i. deach, Auraic. 3533 (correspondence of days
of the week and divisions of prosody). With other words
80indicating points of time:aidche lúoin`Sunday night', Mon.
Tall. 131.7 (seeadaig).in luan iar samain the (first) Monday
after S.
, LU 4592 ( TBC² 81 ).ó luan taite ṡamna, TBC
2900 . 3186 .on l. ¤ re samuin 2472 .is menic intan bis cain
domnach luan alaind inna diaid, RC xxvi 29 n.3 .is-in
85domnach indíu . . . is-in luan iar n-a barach, PH 4508 .in
luan baoi ar a gcinn, Fl. Earls 146.22 .luan inite Shrove
Monday , Laud 610,25a (Plummer MS. notes).Luan
Béaltaine the first Monday in May, Keat. i 212.7 .
Very freq. in phrases meaning doomsday,dayofjudgement
(based on belief that world is to end on a Sunday, see RC
5 xiii 122 , V. SS. Hib. ii 198 n. ). Orig. perh.l. ¤ brátha:
il-l. ¤ brātha, ZCP vii 309.11 .co l. ¤ mbrátha, Met. Dinds. iii
374.103 .Luan an bhráith, PBocht 10.45 .l. ¤ laithi bratha,
RC xxviii 316.24 .luan laethe (laithe?) an bhrátha, Dán Dé
v 14 . Hencelá an lúain:i ló an luain, Aithd. D. 51.5 .lá
10ar Luainne, PBocht 3 .l. ¤ is é ár lá luain in lá soin(i.e.the
day of our chieftain's death), Caithr. Thoirdh. 58.35 .l. ¤
doomsday: ciamét bliadan cobrath . . . / cia haes esca forsind
l. ¤ ? SR 7964 .Luan an tslóghcuiridh, Aithd. D. 72.2 .Rí
an Luain ag breith an bháire, DDána 10.30 .géir-bhreith
15an luain, Keat. Poems 370.
With equivocal meaning (Monday, doomsday) in tale of
how Moling obtained remission of the Bórama (see V. SS.
Hib. lxxxii , cxxxiv n. 5 , ii 198 ):cairddi(respite)'mán
ṁBorrama co lL. ¤ . . . co dia Lúain . . . uair Luan lathi bratha
20atbert in clerech, RC xiii 106 § 137 , 110 - 12 § 152 .in
luansa . . . / bid é luan Moling . . . ní luan trátha fois / acht
luan brátha brais, SG 386.19 , 21 .cairde co l. ¤ . . . an tucc-
saidh . . . cairde co ll. ¤ damhsa? Tucsam . . . Co ll. ¤ laithe
brátha, Moling 60.64 .san chairde . . . go Luan, ┐ is é L.
25do thuig Moling Luan laoi an B[h]rátha, Keat. ii 3993.
Compds. ¤ athchosánach:anuas gus in laithe lanordraic
luan-athcosanach, MR 98.18 `bringing the reproaches of dooms-
day
', Plummer MS. notes. ¤ bráth:co tí in lathe bas l., Met.
Dinds. iii 410.18 . ¤ chor:Luanchar Dé do mheas na marbh
30 doomsday compact, DDána 29.23 . ¤ chrech:luainchreach`utter
spoliation
', O'Gr. Cat. 571.23 .luainchreach leanbh`the dire
ruin of children
', E. O'Rahilly 132.181.