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70 lulgach n ā,f.(possiblysubstantivaluse of adj. fromlulaíg.
Seecompds.) Alsola(u)lgach,loilgech,l(a)ilgech,laelgach
(see Ped. i 341 ). Laterlulach. Forg s. lulaicesee Thurn.
Gramm. p. 69 ;n p. lilica(below) shows the same phon.
development.
75 Milch-cow: fir na lulaici, Laws i 234.13 .lailgech ┐ colpach,
iv 150.20 Comm .de loilig(loelig, Corm. p. 35 )find forscing,
Corm. Y 1052 (dia loifind form scing, 397 ).loilgech i foch-
raicc na trí cóicat co na n-imnaib, LB 12a18 .féth láig
lilicca lachtmair`the look of a full-suckled milk-fed calf', Aisl.
80MC 93.18 .caire lulaice lan do lemnacht, Laws ii 254.2 .i
lestar lulaici, iv 166.3 Comm .secht lilica ┐ aire secht n-ech
do braich, LL 286b37 .l. ¤ ┐ dechelt do thabhairt di, Mon.
Tall. 130.21 .ni geba cen loilgig he will not accept aught but
a milch-cow
, Anecd. i 48 § 9 .cét l. ¤ ┐ da fichit ar cet do
85damaib, LU 1627 .boi cethraca l. ¤ oca fria mbíathad na mac,
LU 1556 .dí laulgaich deec ó mmeltar ól n-aiss ó cech
áe, TBFr. 179 .dí lilgaib (leg.lilgaig) déc, Ir. Texts i
35.30 .lailiucha (laeghleoghav.l.) na colpacha ina ré(of a
prosperous reign), CF 73.9 . So also:lulgacha na láeigh i n-a
remes, Airne F. 356 .tri fichit cét lilgach, ScM² 2 .ros
5edbair in tricha loilgech cona laeghaibh dhó, Lism.
L. 3350 = Lat. Lives 101.15 .bud terc suth na loilgh-
ech, ZCP x 50.8 .se lulacha, Laws v 402.16 Comm .
geimm fiu laulgaid a gem of the value of a milch cow, IT iii
238.104 .tráth laodhlaighe milking time, BNnÉ 213 n. 4
10(tráth nóna, text).loilgecha cona laecchaib (: tuillmecha),
Ir. Texts ii 5 § 31 .seacht gcéad loiligheach, Maguires of F.
75 .aideach .i. loil[g]each, Lec. Gl. M 168.354 .loilghidh,
crodh bainne, Eg. Gl. 420 .glacaidh dhá loilghidh, 1 Sam. vi 7.
Note also:ruire l. ¤ (.i. laoch), ZCP v 487 § 12 (B. na f.).
15 lulghach gach láoch, Met. Gl. Ff. 23 . In n. loc.:Sruth Dā
Loilghech, ZCP viii 222.11 .

lulgachas n o,m.(lulgach). Alsolulachas.masa l. ¤ b[elltaine]
ro gellastair if he promised that (the animal) would be a milch
cow by B.
(i.e.would have calved), O'C. 653 ( H.3.18,317 ) =
20 lulgachus bellthaine, O'C. 1101 ( H.3.18,447a ).ma ra bai duini
fo lulachus beltaini da cheili re colaind airithi if one had
undertaken that a certain yearling would be a milch cow
, O'D.
2384 ( Rawl. B 596,47b ).madh rangadar a naois loilgeachais
┐ gan an loilgeac[h]us do gealladh without fulfilling the promise
25of bearing a calf
, O'C. 299 ( H.3.18,164 ).

luma(i)r n unfledged bird(?),downof unfledged bird(?): essine
didiu (sic leg.) ni hén clúmda acht lumar, Corm. p. 18 =
esēn . . . nī hēn clūmda . . . nī rotecrustair clūim acht lumair,
Corm. Y 511. Cf. lomm,lommraid.

30 Lumbaird pn(Engl. or Romance loanword) Lombardy: techt a
talmain na hEtaille re n-abar in L. ¤ , ZCP xiii 181.38 .

Lumbardach adj o, ā(Lumbaird). Asn. pr. nativeofLombardy :
L. ¤ , ZCP xiii 179.19 .naLumbardaig , 26 .agLumbardachaib ,
30 .

35 luminnair n(-á- ?) (Lat.luminare):do chuiris . . . tri fichit ┐ se
ced ┐ se mile leitir do l. ¤ derg ar do cairt illumination , Smaointe
B. Chr. 4224.

lumma xseelommae.

lumman n ā,f. g s. luimne. cloak, (protecting)mantle: mōr liach
40Cināed macc Conaing / hi lomainn dochum cuithi that C. is borne
to his grave in sackcloth
, Bruchst. i 46 § 103 = FM i 480.13 = AU
i 358.20 .in lene ┐ in luman, YBL 176b10 .ditiu della fri
lummain (:cunnail)`as a brooch guards a cloak', Met. Dinds.
iv 330.11 .gabaid a lummain find fortōcbalta i forcipul
45imme`cloak', Aisl. MC 9.26 .romben a lumain fhind de,
25.15 .rosléic fāen for a lummain, 25.17 .i lomain laic,
Anecd. ii 66.8 .tabair do bendacht damh a n-ucht mo luimne
in the breastfold of my cloak, Arch. iii 321.20 .ronigh . . . an
duine a lumaind a lochtobur, 29 .is búan / huli hi fola
50lumne(said to bardic scholar), LU 11004 `all is lasting in a
cloak of sackcloth
', Im. Brain i 54.12 =luimnig, O'C. 1367
( H.3.18 p. 625 ), wherel. ¤ is glossed.i. édach= Ériu xiii
70.116 .Cf. lomain, lumain .i. brat, O'Cl.dorat lōa fair iar
lumain (: drumain), Otia i 126 § 21 `wool . . . after rough
55cloth
', Murphy Lyrics 34.21 . Note also:comruc fri Cairpre
Cundail / nimoruc dris di l. ¤ , IT ii1185.287 .
Also shield in Dinds. and glosses. In Dinds. ofLumman Tige
Srofain:l. ¤ ainm do cach scíath . . . Rochlaided ind úag. A
ṡleg dia thóeb. A chlaideb don taeib aile. A lummán(leg. -an.
60Glossed.i. a sciath)taris, Met. Dinds. iv 328 - 330.10 . Of
Luimnech:odhurluimni liathglassa im slog in da dal . . . co
ruc in sruth a luimne uile dib, Dinds. 57 .nó l. ¤ ainm in
sceith . . . ┐ . . . ro foxal in sruth a luimne dona laechaib .i.
a sciatho,ib.=co mbói in loch fo luimnib de (: druimnib)
65 so that the lake was strewn with cloaks, Met. Dinds. iii 272.43 .
l. ¤ ainm cech scéith scenbda, 274.61 .luman ainm do sgiath
na sgiamh, Ériu x 85 § 82.

lumne xsee2 luibne.

lumparnach ind(cf.Engl.lump):is feárr ciuine na lúmparnach
70aidhneasa`lubberly contention', Ó Bruad. i 74.16 .

lún ind(Lat.luna):fo l. ¤ lainderda loo(of St. Senán), ZCP iii 222.28
glossedlun ō luna .i. amal esca.

? luna: ind il-luna thréith`into following a king', RC xxvi 26 § 93
glossed.i. hi lenmain ind rig .i. i ngrianan rig=i llenmain
75ríg inna magrianan, LL 187b30 .

lúna n(Lat.luna) alsolughna. moon: rosoillsig luna (lug na
v.l.) . . . an talam, TTebe 4698 .lugna esca, Met. Gl. E 2.
Lec. Gl. 484.

lunaind n name of aprecious stone,moonstone(?): lán di cech
80cenel leag lógmar .i. imm saifír imm l. ¤ (jewels in high priest's
breastplate), Alex. 83 ( BB 489a marg. inf.).Cf.Lat.lapis
lunae, Du Cange.

lunáir ind(cf.Lat.lunaris) gl.ab incipiente luna`lunar', Bcr. 37c1
( Thes. ii 26.42 ).

85 lúnarda adj(Lat.lunaris) lunar: má tá fis an cicail l. ¤ agut, O'Gr.
Cat. 302.z .