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pairche n f.(eccles. Lat.parochia)aparish,diocese :pairchea
parucia [parochiaLB], Corm. Y 1048 .g s. far cuairt pairche
a diocesan visitation, Wb. 21a12 . Seefairche, the usual Mid.Ir.
form.

5 pairdel n o,m.(obsol. Eng.fardel,cf.Fr.fardeau)aburden;
inpl. baggage :coícer oglaech ┐ pairdeil orro, RC xix 270.25 .

pairilis n f.(Romance) alsoparailis, paralysis,palsy :lubra no
pairilis, BCC § 270 .nech . . . ara raibhe pairilis, BNnÉ 274
§ 251 .a bpairithlis, 189.9 .macámh do bhí a bpairilis idir
10chois ┐ láimh, ZCP ii 556.13 .i bpairilis péine purgadóra, TSh.
4746 .g s. do foir Isu fer na pairilis[e] mairbe, RC xii 334 § 25 .
fear na pairilise, Matth. ix 6 .luib na pairilisi(=herba paralysis),
Rosa Angl. 266.11 .cuis paralisi, O'Gr. Cat. 217.8 . A late form
due to metathesis ispailiris:luchd pailirise, Matth. iv 24 .
15 pailirthis, O'Bruad. iii 2 w .

Pairisínech n o,m. APharisee :g p. ó laim na Pairisíneach, Ériu
ii 146.8 (Tenga Bithn.).laibhín na bPairisíneach, TSh. 8925 .
AlsoFairisínech:fṗairisíneach, Luke xi 37 .na Phairisínigh,
xv 2 .

20 pairitair n(Lat.parietaria)name of aherb,pellitory :pairitair,
Rosa Angl. 284.16 ; 294.14 .paratari, RC ix 239 .

1 pairt n f.(Lat.pars, part-) laterpáirt.a s. cachphairt , SR 177 .
g s. cachphairti , 184 (:thaitni).n p. parti, LL 25b29 . AU 877 .
?g p. partae(parte v.l.), Fél. Ep. 136 .páirt f., IGT Dec.
25§ 14.17 .
(a)apart,division,section :pairta parte , Corm. Y 1056 .
pairt .i. rand, Lec. Gl. 274 M .da sé phairt(of divisions of
Zodiac), SR 176 .da sē pairti, Laws i 28.27 Comm. fot-
dāilfind a n-ilparttib, TBC² 1198 =i n-ilpartib, LU 5672 .
30 a fhodhail i n-iolphairtibh, FM v 1728.7 .
Folld. by part. gen. orDE part(of),some(of): tabur pairt
édala crichi na Lumbairdi duinn, ZCP vi 32.16 .páirt nó
méid éigin d'fheur na hÉireann, Keat. i 154.17 .pairt d'fuil
an Tigerna, Fl. Earls 198.13 .páirt da ndaoinibh uaisle, 18.5 .
35(b)in special sense of a literary work,volume,tome? césu
réid ar lebrán . . . ní suirge ná sotlae | ro chruidi mor partae
`neither wooing nor vainglory has brought forth many tomes'
(?neither dalliance nor vainglory have shaped it, [but the study
of] many volumes)
, Fél. Ep. 136 (glossed.i. lebur in C).pairt
40adbul Ambrosi`the vast tome', ib. 137 (one of Oengus'
authorities, see p. xliv ).Cf. gach pairt (.i. gach rand), ZCP v
488 § 8 (B. na f.) where the meaning may be stanza,quatrain .
(c)a smallquantityormass, alump,clot :ar colla . . . is pairti
donda a ndu[th]c[h]us, Arch. iii 238 § 6 (of final dissolution of
45the body).Esp.in phrasep. ¤ chró aclotofgore :ro cruthaig
din pairtt chrou, Trip. 206.14 =don phairt croa, Lism.L. 501 .
frossa fola do thepersin co frítha na parti cró, LL 25b29 .fros
fola . . . co fritha a parti cro ┐ fola forsna maighibh, AU 877 ,
cf. pairte cro fola, Todd Nenn. 208.4 ( BB 256b37 ).co tarla
50[Loch L.] a partiu [= partib] croo, AU 865 =i pairtib cro,
Todd Nenn. 208.1 .Raith Crofartach [= Cróphartach] ona
portaib cro ro bidis ag in aes athgaetaige, Ériu viii 30.15 .do
spairtibh [pairtib, -iphv.l.] cró, CCath. 2076 . In TFerbe 433
( LL 256b30 ) for:ina chropartaigwe should prob. read
55 -partaib.
(d) part i.e. side,party: páirt Neimhidh do ghábháil i
gcoinne Eoghain to side with N. against E., Keat. ii 4312 .
páirt Uí C. do ghabhail, FM iii 546.14 .do badh trúagh lé fer
a páirta [leg.páirteorpárta] mar do bhí an chathair(i.e.any
60partizan of the city), Ériu v 196.590 . Hence association,
alliance,fellowship :aderit an pairt do bi acu aran saegul
curab ecin dóib a beith acu thall(= that they must needs be
united after death as in life), Maund. 149 .ar ccengal pairte ┐
priomchairdesa fris, BNnÉ 222 § 117 .Clann S. ┐ Dalatún do
65dhenum pairti cogaidh a n-aghaidh Clainni M. an aggressive
alliance
, AU iii 18.3 .caoindhealbhadh do phárta ré do
mhnaoi, ré do chloinn, RC xxiii 12.4 .an naem . . . as mó re
mbeith a cumann nó a paírt with whom he would be in closest
fellowship
, BCC § 249 ;cf. p. 144.32 .nach tréigfeadh Dia . . .
70Peadar (do ba páirt daingean) | is é céideasbal do chan P. was
the first apostle to declare that he would not forsake God—firm
was his alliance
(?), Dán Dé xx 7 (`resolution', Gloss.).id
pháirt-se a leabaidh do ghlacadh to take his place in your
favour
, Hackett iv 3 .i n-iomdaidh a fhir páirte of his asso-
75ciate (friend
), BNnÉ 278.29 .d'iarraidh m'fhir pháirte, Keat.
Poems 452 . Dán Dé xxii 27 .do lucht fuatha is fírpháirte
thy haters and well-wishers, O'Gr. Cat. 513.19 .dom lucht
fáirte, Dán Dé xiii 2 .lucht páirti sibhsi dom lúthgháir-si do
ghlacadh participators in my rejoicing, Mac Aingil 495.5 .
80 ar p. ¤ (folld. by gen.) on the part of,on behalf of ?Gilla Naem
sonn ar pairt Mhailysa(signature), Ériu i 215 z .

? 2 pairt n apen(?): pairt .i. peann, Eg. Gl. 18 .`pairt' penn,
Met. Gl. 33 § 18 ; acc. to Stokes, due to confusion between the
glossespend i.e. a penna, andpairt, which are juxtaposed in
85Corm. LB.

pairtecal n o,m.(Lat.particulum)apartorsection(of a book):
mar foillsigios G. sa[n] tres pairtegal do thegní in the third
part of [his] `Techne'
, O'Gr. Cat. 200.28 .seacht pairteagail,
211.32 .foghailtear an leabur-sa . . . a vii pairteaglaibh,
Mackinnon Cat. 29 .