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Lundain(n) pn(Engl. loanword) AlsoLondain.g s. Lundainne,
Ann. Conn. 1258 § 2 . London: do bhreith na laoch ó
Lonnduin (: urdail), Content. vi 59 .a Lunnaind, AU iii
464.x . See Hog. Onom.

5 lundu,lunggu n d s.form pool(?): rat nigiub mar negair coipp a
lundu (.i. lind usci) as flax tops are thrashed(lit.washed) in a
pool
(?), TBC 6053 =notninus amail negar forcor hi lunggu,
TBC² 3626 (lungtu altered to lunggaMS.) =cuip i lunna,
TBC St. 4927 `retting pond?', Glossary.rot ṡnigestar mar
10negar a lundu, LL 12711 =ṡnegar [coip]`as foam is poured
out of a pool of water
', Stokes, RC xiv 409 § 19. In glossaries
explained as vessel: lunga .i. soigech amail negur curp a
lungu, no i lunga tann tacumlai, O'C. 1296 ( H.3.18,539a ).
amail negar cuip a lunga .i. soighit (sic) no lung tana, O'C. 1473
15( H.3.18,653 ). Perh. merely forms of1 long.

? lundug: ind D. dīa rirsetar liss l. ¤ hán`by whom forts shall be ruled
with glorious
( )', Ériu xvi 147.1 . (l. ¤ han, Thurn. Zu ir.
Hdschr. 51 ,lonna v.l.).Cf. luinniuc.

lunga(i) xseelong.

20 lungair: ind amlaid doluid 'n-a (marv.l.) l. ¤ / cach láech ina líath-
lummain, Met. Dinds. iii 272.45 . See Notes.

? lungetaib ind d p. in carpat . . . co fer[t]sib crédumaib co l. ¤
findruine, TBC² 2550 (`an acute accent over the g', Edd.).
Compd. of1 long?Cf. luingit.

25 lunna xseelundu.

lunnta n(ONhlunnr, Bidrag 15. 94 ) oarhandle: sé l. ¤ in reamha
dochuaidh a tarbh a sliasta(of death of Ladra), BB 22b12 =
lunta na rāma, Wortk. 8 (from Rawl. B 512,76a2 ).

lunu: ind co luna hītha / co l. ¤ messi (.i. muilt bruithi)`to loins of
30fat, to boiled mutton
', Aisl. MC 99.12 - 13 =co mucca ūra;
co luna messe, co cāirib teō, 127.15 . ?Cf. 2 lón.

lupait n pig,young pig (apparently younger than the `céis'):
cumlachtaidh cimcid scuichid sceo banb lomtarr l. ¤ , O'D. 2225
( Nero A vii 152a ) =comlachtaid cimcid . . . ocht n-anmanna
35in[n]a muc, comlachtaid . . . l. ¤ , ceis, deil, O'Dav. 360 .cad
iat a ndama cóire i ndlighedh . . . ochtar for l. ¤ , cethrar for
fuiric, O'D. 521 ( H.3.17,c. 423 - 4 ). Offered on Feast of St.
Martin as votive gift:l. ¤ .i. ainm in bainb marbthar im ḟeil
Martain, ┐ . . . is don tiagerna doberar,ut estl. ¤ la fer ernis
40muca, O'Dav. 1194 .ma ro methad l. ¤ , da sét ina meth . . .
.i. in banbh fromtha féile Martain, O'D. 520 ( H.3.17,422 - 3 ).
l. ¤ .i. muc, O'Cl.Cf. lipait .i. banb samna, O'C. 876 ( H.3.18,
393a ).

lupanach: ind cruth glacanach / cleath liac l. ¤ , IT iii 98 § 158.
45Perh. =lúbánach,q.v.

lupcomlumach xseelúb.

lupracán(ach) xseeluchorpán.

lupri. nIn a list of dangerous animals:l. ¤ , upri dobur-natracha,
LB 141b35 .

50 lurán n o,m.Alsolau-,lo-. See Ped. i 340. foal: berid sidi
(i.e.a mare) da laurcuiri ┐ dobert a athair na laurana don
mac, IT i 138.19 - 20 ( Comp. Con C. 3 Eg. Thurn. Zu ir.
Hdschr. 43.9 - 10 ).in lair cona luránuib, IT i24 ( Comp. Con C.
4 Eg.lúircurib, LU). Applied to persons:liaigh na lorán
55(laránv.l.)`leech of the miserable', Ó Bruad. iii 80.3 .teanna
na lorán support of the feeble, Párl. na mB. 184 .Cf. lurchaire.

lurapóg xseeluchorpán.

lurc n name of a kind ofpig(?): pingind ar in lurcc co belltaine,
di pinginn arin mbanb co lugnasadh, O'C. 672 ( H.3.18,328 ).

60 lurchaire n(see Ped. i 340 ) foal: l. ¤ .i. serrach . . . ni hetarscara
lair fri l. ¤ , O'Dav. 1189 .láir . . . boí i ndorus in tige trogais
dí lurchuire, LU 10588 (glosseddá serrach) (dá lurchuire,
Comp. Con C. 4 § 3 ).dobertsom na lúrchairiu do macṡlabri
don macc, LU 10589 .cona lúirc[huirib], 10592 .con n-altá ind
65lúirchaire, 10604 .in fulacht asrubartsai fo[r] rofonad dun
lurcaire (.i. serrach), ZCP iii 240.4 ( Comp. Con C. 35.13 ).
Seelurán.

lurg xsee1 lorg.

lurga n n, usuallyf., butm.in Cormac's Gloss. s.v. Prull (see
70Thurn., Wind. Festschr. 20 ).f., IGT Decl. § 5 . shin-bone,
shank :sliasat, lurga, delgnach gualann(of the seven bone-
breakings), Laws v 354.5 .táncatár a traigthe ┐ a lúirgne
. . . co mbátar da éis . . . tancatár tulfethi a orcan co mbátár for
tul a lurgan(of contortion of C.C.), LU 6447 - 9 ( TBC² 1933 - 35 )
75`the front-sinews of his calves came so that they were in front of his
shins
', Faraday 90 .do thulaib a lurgan, IT i 271.29 ( FB 37 Eg.).
sithremithir cuing n-imechtair cechtar a dá lurgan, LU 6824
( BDD 38 ).dá lurgain lomchaola, Corm. Y 1059 ( Anecd. iv
91.19 ) =da lurgain lomchaela, Corm. p. 36.34 .lurgu ┐
80traigh, Auraic. 1811 .na feadh imon lurgain(of `foot-
Ogham'), 5780 .croicend ┐ feithe, gene na lurgan, 5003 .
dona luirgnib`crura', Gild. Lor. 189 .brisfither a luirgne,
PH 1119 .gérither altan berrtha faebur a lurgan, MR 20.4 .
luirgni fiara fochama(of a hag), RC xxiv 196.21 .for na
85luirgnibh, FM v 1678.13 .a luirgne dho bhriseadh, John xix
31 .na luirgne ┐ an troightheach criaidh-iarainn, TSh. 74.
Of a bird:a choss copoigí / a luirgní feadoigi ar feoraind, IT
iii 102 § 185. Of a horse:im thsaluinn . . . do chur fan lurgain
`cannon', Celtica ii 36.58 .don tuirét . . . fásus 'na cnaim ar
lurgain in eich, 69 .
5Of plants stalk,stem :luirgne copog, Celtica ii 36.64 .fiodh
nuaidhe as a ttaobh tulguidh / lurguin chraobh n-uaini um
Ailldin, IGT Verbs ex. 758 .ni bi l. ¤ aici(ofacanthus mollis),
Arch. i 330 § 11 .do fholuigh íad lé loirgnibh lín, Josh. ii 6.
an ghne as bheag as fearr .i. gné aga mbí l. ¤ dearg ┐ duilleoga
10beaga(ofcaulis hortensis), 23 K 42,393 .Cf. l. ¤ an meas
tuirc allaid`a staff of tutsan', Rosa Ang. 62.19 where Latin
hasbaculum (stipitem). Alsotrunk of tree:crann aiga bhfuilid
fremha ro ṡerba ┐ lurga ro aimreid, O'D. 849 ( H.3.17,c. 603 ).
For metrical terml. ¤ fuach, seefuachand IGT Metr. Faults
15§ 55 - 65 .lurga dialta`staves of syllables', Auraic. 2154.
Inn. loc.:iar mbrised a lurgan a Tellaig na Lurgan (Lurcan,
Lurcán,v.ll.), ZCP xiv 86.5 . See Hog. Onom. Inn. pr.:
Mongan mac Fiach[n]ae Lurgan, AU i 94.15 .Lurgu mac
Luath, Met. Dinds. iv 122.10 .
20Compds. ¤ brecc:echlach . . . lurcanbrec(ofLebarchamm),
YBL 177a13 ( BB 257b7 ). ¤ glas:luirgnech l.(also of L.), YBL
177a30 ( BB 257b23 ).
See2 lurgu.