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1 lasc xseelascaid.

? 2 lasc: is lomnān cen locht cen l. ¤ , RC xxxvii 348 § 72. Perh.
subst.use oflax,q.v.

1 lascad u,m. vn.oflascaid.act oflashing :'gha lascadh lé
5bata, Iar Conn. 285.15 .

2 lascad xseeloscad.

lascaid v(cf. lasc,whip, P.O'C. , prob. a new formation from
compd.ech-ḟlescinfected by Engl.lash) whips,tortures:
mairg croidhe ar [ar] taisgeadh tnúdh / mairg 'gar laisgeadh
10Moire mhór`by whom Mary was tortured', Dán Dé xxvi 37 .
macc raith nach lascthar hi lurc, Arch. iii 306 § 2.

lascaine xseelaxae.

lásda xseelása.

lase (prep.laand demonstr.se, modelled on Lat.cum).
15 Thurn. Gramm. p. 552. Conj.folld. as a rule by nasalising
rel. clause, and translating Latin (a)cumwith finite vb.:lasse
gabas immbicum. . .induerit , Wb. 13d22 .l. ¤ celebirsimmegl.
cum valefecissemus, Thes. i 498.7 (Ardm.).lasse ní beu cid in
tene`cum nullus vivus ignis appareat', Lat. Lives 45.12 .l. ¤
20dusentegl.cum persequebatur, Ml. 142b4 .hisunt . . . conricc
frissa lind serb in chúrsactha l. ¤ foruillecta beóil in chalich di
mil cosse anall whereas the lips of the chalice were hitherto
smeared with honey
, Wb. 7d9 (based on a Lat. gloss?).
(b) pres.participle(-n s) or equivalent:lasse forcongur
25fírinni dúibgl.verum dicens vobis, 19d25 .lasse dongní . . .
lasse [n]omidteretno cairigthergl.qui judicas, 1c10 .
(c) gerund (-o):lase dufuasilcegl.solvendo, Ml. 29b10 .lase
asṁbiurgl.dicendo, Sg. 29b11 .lase conrothinollgl.colli-
gendo, 66b23 .lasse nad n-adraimsegl.non adorando, Ml.
30 132c1 .ní lasse etirrudibgl.neque . . . perimendo, 123b10 .
Also, without addition, to indicate the instrumental use of
gerund (cf.late Latincumto express instrument), Ml. 22c2 ,
29c17 , 46c21 , 70c16 , 130c12 .

lasnaige n iā,f.(cf. lasaid). Of epileptic:ar a lasnaighe ┐ ar a
35aicmeile in duine sund`on account of the furiousness and
dangerous nature of the person here
', Laws iii 508.14.20 Comm .

lasóg n ā,f. lighting faggot :gibe bhearadh lasog chuige, 23 E 26,
275 .

1 lasrach adj o, ā(lasar) flaming: léoman l. ¤ , ZCP iii 38.3 .oen breo
40l. ¤ , PH 3618 .léibheann l. ¤ , Magauran 3345 .

2 lasrach n[ā,f.]Collect. oflasar. IGT Decl. § 12 . flames:
línfaid aer l. ¤ lonn, Airne F. 265 .lasroch ós Port na Peiredh,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 160.196 .tug lasraigh tré fiadh nUisnigh,
IGT Decl. ex. 596 .dobher duinne a ndath na nglaschlach /
45Clach na buinne lassrach leo, Ir. Texts ii 72 § 26.

lassa: n lergga conlínfat l. ¤ (: bassa) flames , SR 8072. Possibly
metri gratia for lasta n p.oflasad.

lassad, x etc.seelas-.

last n indecl.(Engl. loanword) cargo: l. ¤ na luinge, TSh. 3767 .is
50long gan l. ¤ an treabh do-chím-se, Keat. Poems 1493 .long
gan (leg.gona) l. ¤ don mhaith`a vessel virtue-laden', Ó Bruad.
ii 202.12 .ba mian leis an luing a lasd do chur amach, Acts
xxi 3 . Compd. ¤ long:séolchrann lastloinge, 23 G 24,335 .

lasta io, iā part.oflasaid alight,flaming :lecca lethna . . . siat
55l. ¤ loisctecha, IT i 191.8 ( FA 30 ). Fig.:breo l. ¤ na féile an fear
`flaming brand', Arch. Hib. i. 91 § 17. Cf. da mbeith dluid
(leg.dlaí) l. ¤ for duilib o dainib d'arm ┐ d'eirred, BB 431b15 .

lastaire n(last?):ar lastuire fatha do chlainn Órluith`a surly
packman
', Ó Bruad. iii 10 § 1.

60 lat indin etymological gloss:indlat . . . .i. l. ¤ .i. traig. Indlat don
chois etc., Corm. Y 943. Hencel. ¤ .i. troigh. O'Cl. Seeindlat.

? lataile: ind ni chetaile in l. ¤ / ind leacaile apaidhe, IT iii 102 § 186
( BB 295b21 ).

lataire: ind flaithius Róman . . . a legaite . . . a patrici . . . ┐ a l. ¤
65`legislators(?)', Trip. xxviii 15. Abstracted from Lat. (legis)-
lator, Stokes.

latar,lator,latur xseelatrann.

later n(Lat.later) brick: isnaib leteraib, Ml. 102d11 .du chum-
tuch latir(leg. later? Ed.) gl.in figendis lateribus, 12 .

70 láth n o,m.Alsoláith i,m. n s. laith, Corm. Y 811. g s. lātha
(:Rātha), ZCP viii 334 n .l .n p. lāithe, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 2.
(a) Frequ. in phrasel. ¤ gaile warrior: lāithe gaile Galiān /
gabsit inna lāmaibh laigne`Kriegshelden', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii
10 § 2 .ind laith gaile, LU 8262 ( FB 20 ).trí láith gaile,
75trí laeich, BDD² 949 .airm itát na láith gaile, TBC 5772.
diguin laith gaile outrage against a warrior, O'C. 674 ( H.3.18,
329 ).Aengus Gaibuaibthech lád gaile, Ériu iii 135.5 .ar
belaib láth gaile fer ṅHerend, LL 12528 .do ionalat a
laochradh ┐ a laith goile, Leb. Gab. i 246.7 .mó a lion do
80láthaibh goile, TD 27.33 . Incorrectly as compd.:tictis . . . a
lathgaile, Fen. 112.18 . ALC i 412.24 =lath gaili`warriors',
Ann. Conn. 12.
Without follg.gen. l. ¤ warrior: l. ¤ .i. laoch, O'Cl.láech bas
ansu . . . nó l. ¤ bas luinniu, LU 4840 ( TBC² 350 ). TBC 850.
85 airm itát na laith aníar, / bérait toilg trisin cath sair, 5773 .
co Belach Líac na l. ¤ ngle, Met. Dinds. iii 450.13 .lāth Elggae,
aue Luirc Loīguiri, Ält. Ir. Dicht,ii 7 § 2 .sceo lathaib,
18 § 1. do lonnaib l. ¤ is gaile, LL 259b1 ( IT iii 528 § 35 ).
Forlúan láith warrior's moon, see1 lúan.Cf. gin eneclann,
gin daimh, lath ┐ fine, O'C. 2489 ( Eg.88,39(40)d ).
5(b) Of animals heat,rutting :céin bess meracht a latha . . .
orra, Laws iii 558.x . In phr.i n-aimsir (aimseraib) láith in
rutting season :im muccullach for mucc(h)u .i. i n-aimsir
laith, Laws i 144.6 Comm .a n-aimsir laith, v 152.6 .buirb
anindle i n-aimseruib laith, 268.20 . Asvn. in re . . . i mbit ac
10laith, v 154.y Comm .bid ag lath, no bis lath orra, 270.7 Comm .
Note also:lath .i. lúth .i. iarsinní lúthas, Corm. 27 .láith
.i. dēde fordangair .i. lāith gail ┐ lāith med, Corm. Y 811.
Compds. With nouns: ¤ buiden:trī liic lāthbuidne, Ériu
viii 156.28 . ¤ buille:heó óir . . . fris mben lúthu láthbulli, LU
15 8675 ( FB 51. `against which his bosom heaves, beating in
full strokes
', Henderson ITS ii p. 63 ).Cf.withbasgadh(?):
ge magh lán a long gan lathbhasgad, Rel. Celt. ii 286.28 .