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luib n f. g s. luibe.pl. id.(g p. lubi, LU 10641 =luibhi, Ériu
xii 156.5 ). Somet. also with non-pal. -b:tutlub,-lob,etc.,
ZCP i 19 §§ 10 , 12 .g s. lubae, Sg. 61b15 (lube, 100b2 ).
n p. lubai, MacCarthy 62.24 v.l. luba, Alex. 1003 (lubad,v.l.).
35 a p. lubai, SR 7019. d p. lubaib, 969 (n p. luibi, 935 ).Cf. lubgort.
In later lang. freq. withn p. -enna,g p. -enn. Less freq. with
dentalinfl. inpl. f., IGT Decl. § 14.
Herb,plant :de rosa dind l. ¤ find .i. l. ¤ dercgl.rosarium, Sg.
35b2 . gl.tús, 46a13 .ainmm lubaegl.gummi, 61b15 .l. ¤ ┐
40ní cranngl.nam siler non est inter arbores ponendum, 65a9 .
l. ¤ gl.cicer, 99b1 .salina .i.nomenlube .i. sálchuachgl.
salinatoris, 100b2 .luibgort .i. gort luibe, Corm. Y 821
( Thr. Ir. Gl. 27 ).cīch .i.κῖκιgrég, l. ¤ asa taet ass, O'Mulc.
221 .luibhgl.herba, Ir. Gl. 114. apio .i. luibh serbh, RC
45 xiv 227 § 36 .no línta in gríanán sin do lubib boladmaraib
ingantaib, LU 10640 .tobertatar na lucuirp luibe do iar sin
ina cluasa, Ériu xvi 36.22 .ic loscad láir ┐ luibed in tíre, LB
118a38 .a coic sescat ar tri cet du luibib, Auraic. 1959.
luibi cach ṡīl, Arch. iii 235.15 . ?a lug gan luibi mar caruíd,
50 MacCarthy 312.3 .do mughu muir mothach mbrughach brug
treb dian iach, glosseddianit luibe bradain, LL 393a2 .
doromailt . . . etir na lubid árchena ind athaba, RC ii 390.24 .
luibe denma draidechta, CCath. 3907 .luibe neime, 3912 .a
lan do (o) luibib Gall(recountal of the `díre' of a hen's egg),
55 Laws v 84.6, 10 Comm .ina scris do luibib`herb-gardens'
(see note), i 170.20 Comm . gl.im turorgain do bechdin, 166.26 .
luibhe gach leirge, PBocht 25.11 .croind ┐ crocha ┐ luibenda,
BCC 92.27 .do thionól luibhend fó na coilltibh, FM vi
1956.28 .mar bhláth na luibhe`the flower of the grass', James
60i 10 . Fig.luibh an mhachaire Muire, DDána 7.26 . In B.
na f.condeisset sund . . . / drūth luibe blogo egae, Arch. iii
310 § 4 . For names of specific plants see Hog. Luibhl.
Med. of herbs with curative properties:mad fuar an cuis
cuirter ina lepuid é, ┐ luibidh berbthi laim ris, Rosa Ang.
65 60.z .l. ¤ na pairilisi`herba paralysis', 266.11 . Hence with
qual.gen. chabra, ícce, leigis healing herb, remedy, panacea
in general:luibh chabhra ar gcréacht(of Mary), PBocht
2.24 .níor luibhe chabhra dá chridhe / duibhe a habhra is
gile a gruadh(S. Margaret and her suitors), DDána 32.23 .
70 lossa ┐ luibi íci, LU 6341 ( TBC² 1826 ).lubi ┐ lossa icci,
TBC 3588 .a luibh íce t'fhine féin, Aithd. D. 46.23 .ro chuir
S. luibheanna íce ┐ leighis re cneadhaibh C., Oss. iii 128.z .
ní gnáth milis luibh leighis, PBocht 21.26 .dár ngonaibh-ne
is luibh leighis(of birth of Christ), DDána 6.11 .tug duine
75. . . / luibhe leighis ar ccrechta, Duan. Finn ii 396 § 93 .éag
gan luibhe dá leigheas, TSh. 1969. Note also:mur luibh
choisge fuili, IGT Decl. ex. 1216 .luibh shíodha d'fhuil
Éabha(of wounds of Christ), Aithd. D. 64.23 .grás as
líonmhaire ná an luibh / ar bhás shíordhuidhe, DDána 35.11 .
80In wider sense of plant,material used in the manufacture
of articles:ní fil ó turgbáil co fuin / rofesed cia l. ¤ a crann
what wood was in its shaft(of a spear), Met. Dinds. iii 122.36 .
dá máelasa . . . ┐ ní feas cía l. ¤ dia rabadar, Ériu iv 138.28 .
inar corccra . . . ni fess l. ¤ dia robi, PH 2854 (where ref. is
85perh. to the purple dye).di umu, no sicip l. ¤ di-a mbe, Laws
v 410.20 Comm . (of a `sét').
Compds. ¤ gáirdín:an uile luibhgháirdín do phlantáil,
Corp. Astron. 50.10 . ¤ thrén of strong material:seaca leabhar
luibthrēan, Celtica iv 110 § 14 . Seelubgort.

? luibenchlad: ind ri cach cain coraich / lubenchlar tar lubenclad
5les, IT iii 48 § 86.

? luibenchlár xsee underluibenchlad.

luibenchosach n(luban+cos?). Of an unprepossessing physical
feature:an eachlach . . . lubanchosach, YBL 177a34 . Usually
as metr. term used of a `deach' (q.v.) consisting of six
10syllables (dialt) and explained by the glossators on the
analogy of the five toes and the foot or leg and the five
fingers and the hand or arm (see also Murphy Metr. 27 , 88 ):
luibenchossach .i. luibne na mér na lāime, ┐ cos eissib sūas
ind rig ┐ in doe gusin n-alt na gūailne arsisidar, ar is fri
15sodain samailter in dēach sin i curp duine. . . . Sē dīalta
. . . filet a l. ¤ , Corm. Y 447 =in sesed deach luib .i. luibne
mér na láime ┐ cossa na mer estib suas .i. in raig ┐ in doit
. . . ┐ fri sodain samailter in deach sin i corp duine, Corm p.
17 .luibheanchosach .i. an chos maille ris na méraibh, no an
20lámh maille ris na méraibh, O'Cl.da bricht ┐ da luiben-
cosach, IT iii 7 § 6 (see p. 129 - 30 ).dechnad mor cetamus
is da luibencosaigh ┐ da bricht filet ann, 7 § 6 n. 2 .dialt
. . . ┐ l. ¤ , Auraic. 1214 .oenfidh airegda i ndialt . . . a se i l. ¤ ,
1217 .luibenchossach .i. in choss cona luibnibh .i. na coic
25meoir ┐ in traigh in sessed, 1424 . Asadj. incipit dona
laidhibh luibencosacaib, IT iii 94 § 143 .laigh luiden-
cosach, O'Don. 1194 ( H.2.15,80a ).

luibenglas n(luban+glas?):ó purt ind Luimnig-sin / luiben
glass clár green-fringed plain(?), Ériu iv 154.3 .bratt līath
30lubinghlass impe, ZCP xiii 168.10 .

1 luibne n(luib) stemof aplant,twig :adamra ind rig . . . / at
líu luibni fidbad fann, SR 7291 .femma fimbria.i. ō luibniu
.i. mairis, O'Mulc. 515. See next.

2 luibne nUsed both ass.andpl.in various meanings, and
35perh. eitherpl.or deriv. ofluban,q.v.The exx. under1 l.
may belong to this word.
(a) In passages referring to the fingersortoes: l. ¤ na mér
na lāime, Corm. Y 447 ( Corm. p. 17 ).luibhne mér, Met.
Gl. Ff. 42 ; D. 14 .luibhne .i. méoir, O'Cl.in choss cona
40luibnibh .i. na coic meoir ┐ in traigh, Auraic. 1424. 4479 .
Seeluibenchosach.
(b) spear,lance :luibhne . . . senainm . . . áirdṡleighe, Met.
Gl. Ff. 36 .luighne (luibni,v.l.) ainm na sleighe díubhruic[th]e,
48 .luibhne .i. sleagh diubhraicthe, O'Cl. ? Fig. of a warrior:
45 is é inn acci lómnach, is é in lumne leítmenach (luibnev.l.),
TBC 5417.
(c) shield(s) (cf. ruibne):luibhne .i. sgiath,ut estluibhne
geala foraibh, Ériu xiii 73 § 155 =lubne gela foraib ┐ slega
. . . ina lámaib, TBC² 12 ( LU 4495 ) `white shields(?)', Faraday
50(seeluban).mo ruibni mam luibni ar ló, IT i 162.1 (glossed
bothsleigandsgiath).do luathbhriseadh luibhne na laoch,
Cath MT 499 .luibhne .i. sgiath, O'C. 1370 ( H.3.18,626 ),
O'Cl.

luibnech adj(2 luibne) having long fingers(?): Leaburcam . . .
55ladrach luíbhnech, BB 257b26 =an eachlach luibneach,
YBL 177a34 (cf. RC xxiv 272 ). Also in:in t-íchdar brothurl. ¤
biastaide dofil léo fo uisgib`hairy-clawed' (fringed? See under
luban) (of mermaids), Dinds. 42.

luibre xseelobrae.

60 luibrech n=luibred:na campaidhe do threabhadh chum nach
bhfásaidh an luibreach weeds , Corp. Astron. 48.z .

luibred n o(luib). Alsoluiberad. plants,herbs :tuc luibriud
bec ┐ mecain leis, Laud 610 f. 25a (Plummer MS. notes).
luiberad ┐ fer in talman, MacCarthy 70.11 .lossa ┐ luibérad,
65 LB 137a14 .oc ithe lúibrid ┐ lossa in talman, 156b27 .gan
do bhiaidh agad acht luibhreadh na talmhan, Celtica iv
72.280 .roilec lan do luibredh`plants', Grail 3565 .

1 luid xseetéit.

? 2 luid: ind lerg lán lainne Lugdech l. ¤ , Met. Dinds. ii 42.3 .

70 luïd vOrig. deponent, Ped. ii 571 . Early replaced bylúaidid,
q.v. Moves . (trans. and intrans.) in a variety of applications;
of birds flies . Mostly in archaic passages, not all of which
are clear.Indic. pres. 3 s. firḟlaith cētamus, lūithir side fri
cach fō, ZCP xi 97 § 59 (luther,luith er,luiter,v.l.). ?ancid
75sreba ar oircelaib mis glūaisit co luathar, viii 104.4 .ar cid
alless issa llūam nottlūathar air, 2 .nach rí nad lui othrus
druith .i. na lúiann no na forcongrann . . . no na tobhaigh
`every king that does not direct(?) the sick-maintenance of a
fool
', O'Dav. 1182 (luidh,v.l.).Rel. urla .i. cīab, ar is for ūr
80lūes hī, Corm. Y 1291 .lám .i. luam iarsinní luas imon
corp uli, Corm. p. 26. 3 pl. iarsin moslúat immach / Uar ┐
Aindind`fare forth', Met. Dinds. iv 234.41 (inulsat(?),
níusluat,nuslaigid,v.ll.).luait breachta a n-agaidh na ndul
(láait v.l.), TBC 5484 .co luáit cithnella tenedh cum dúnaidh
85(laidhit v.l.), 5485 .Rel. laích luind lúatar claidbiu balcbéim-
nechu fri bibdadu`who wield' ( BDD 130 ), LU 7735 =lúath
ar c., BDD² 1269 (cf. SC 17 citeds.v. 1 lúathcompds.).
Impf. 1 s. ba siratech imtholtanach dano no luind
dar Erind(speaker in form of a hawk)I would fly, LU 1325.
3 pl. denngor diäd ōsind insi / ar mēit tessa / inna n-anmanda,
5contuitis / luitis lessa, ZCP xi 152 § 48 ( Anecd. i 56 ).Subj.
pres. 1 s. danam luur itir dana, nom tholfat . . . benna na
n-aigi`wenn ich mich überhaupt rege ferner', TBC 1342. 3 s.
(pass.?)ar nī bī būadach ┐ nī bī fīachach maine luither, ZCP
viii 103.25 . ?2 pl. do rig ailig ni lúaid ni lúaid les / saigid
10fodess fodess dairib doss, LL 7534. Impf. 3 pl. ciambad ṡlúaig
noslúitis`though hosts came to hunt them' (of cattle), Met.
Dinds. iv 70.31 .Fut. 3 s. luifith iltuatha he will move many
peoples
, ZCP xi 91 § 3 (laifidh,laidfeidh,laithfe,v.ll.). ?cia
leth cobra (co bráthv.l.) īar cōaird cros / cossalua mo
15c[h]oblach cres? ZCP x 46 § 10 (coslafea mo bachlach,
cosluidfea mo coblach,v.ll.).Pret.andperf. 2 s. cor oró
laimh luis .i. in cor do luadhis ót laim leic di a taithmech .i.
leicc uait é cen a taithmech, O'C. 2409 ( Eg. 88,32 (33)a ).
3 s. luathium luis Goll a láma`Goll moved his hands most
20quickly
', RC xiv 408 § 18 .luidhis co luath gach leath ar
uair / ac[h]er impudh(of an animal moving in its skin),
Anecd. i 55 § 42 (luis,v.l.). ?laithe cach lūain / lui cath
cnedach fri Fergus`lieferte', Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40.23 . In Met.
Dinds. withmos-:o moslái dia tairdbe tra, / dar sál fairge
25`when he hastened to cut loose the ship', Met. Dinds. ii 28.21 (mosluid (orig.
moluaid), musluidh, doluidh, moluaidh,v.ll. ).moslúi sīar
inna ṡide / in drúi dían`westward came rushing', 68.33
(musluid,v.l.).moslúi in t-usce úar imgel`the cold white
water followed
', iii 30.70 (luid,foslui,doluid,roslái,v.ll.).
30Note also:dí mnái Loga, roslúi ás`fruitfulness came to them',
48.7 (noslui,roslái,v.ll.).dorat B. . . . a sírgrád do Ch. . . . /
diasloí for slicht a charpait`when she followed his chariot's
track
', iv 180.4 (musloei,muslaei,roslai,v.ll.) (-sloíallit.
withslicht?). ?cia ruslui Ailbe am gradh n-glan, IT i 109.5
35to which Thurn., Sc.M² 22 , prefers the readingcīas lū (: cú)
referring the form tolú small thing).3 pl. lúiset olc / buailset
bassa, brúiset corp`they stirred evil', Met. Dinds. iv 20.29
(luisit,laised,luidhset,etc. v.ll.).Cf. luisiot olc .i. do lamhsad,
no do áontaighsiot olc, O'Cl.roluasetar a tri diib i nDess-
40mumain moved, went, Anecd. iii 59.22 ( Thurn. Gramm. p.
420 ).luisedar na hēnlaithi / sūas ar in sīdh flew up on to the
`s.', ZCP v 22 § 13.
Vn. lúth,lúad.