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? parta n(Romance loan-word)apart :creid annsa Spiret Naem
.i. an treas parta na diachta, ZCP vi 84.13 .Leg. persa?

partach xseeportach.

pártach xseepáirtech.

5 partaic xseepartaing.

partaing n f.word of doubtful meaning, apparentlysomebright
crimsonorscarlet substanceormaterial ; acc. to Stokes, IT iii
222 (folld. by Windisch TBC p. 28 n. 3 ), derived fromParthica
(pellis)= Parthian leatherdyedscarlet ; common in heroic
10lit. as a comparison for red lips and by editors somet. transld.
`rowan-berries'; prob. the writers attached no very definite
signification to the word beyond that of colour. The variants
partaic(<Parthica?),partlaing,parluingand (in compd.)
partaralso occur.
15 deirgithir partaing a beoil, LU 9273 (Siaburcharpat Con Ch.)
=dergithir dual partaing, Anecd. iii 50.17 .batar dergithir
partaing na beoil, BDD 2 (partaic v.l.).indar latt ropa di
partaing imdéntai a beóil, TBC² 31 ( LU 4516 ).cosmail do
nuapartaing a beóil, TBC 209 .batar dā dúal partaingi a beoil,
20 TFerbe 43 . IT iii 186.12 .dual partlaingi, Aen. 1928 .der-
githir nua-partaingi, MR 64.24 = FDG 576 .crottbolg di
chrocnib doborchon cona n-imdenam do phartaiṅg, LL 249a19
( TBFr. 101 ).cona cruinnc[h]imsaib coimfighthi do ilcenelaibh
gacha partaing[e] isin bith`of every scarlet-red leather' (?of
25every shade of bright red
), CCath. 5455 .cen chorthair partaing
russi`a fringe of red Parthian leather' (sign of luxury), Ériu iii
96 § 5 .
Compd.bél partaing-derg, SG 329.15 .beóil partuingdeirg,
IT i 69.8 (Eg.) =partaingdergaYBL,partardeirgLL.

30 partán n m. acrab :partan, gl.cancer, Ir. Gl. 374 .partan`a crab-
fish
', P. O'C. portán(partán), Dinneen.Cf.Eng. and Scotch
dialectalpartan`crab', said in Oxford Eng. Dict. to be
derived from Celtic.Cf. partlach.

partar indvariant form ofpartaing, in compd. ¤ derg:beóil partar-
35deirg, LL 259b35 , 39 = IT i 69.8 , 16 (partuingdeirg, Eg.).
RC xxiv 200.5 .

partchuine xseeportchaine.

Partholón o,npr. m. (a)name of amythical invaderof Ireland:
Partholonmac Sera, LU 1231 .o Abrám coPartholón , LL
40 130b42 .Partholon, O'Mulc,416 .g s. o amsir Partholoin, LU
1224 .breth Partholain, 1300 (:dáil).Parrtholoin, MacCarthy
288 y ( BB 11a ).Parrthaloin, 310 § 3 ( BB 13b ).
(b) in relig. lit. equated with Lat. Bartholomaeus:Bartho-
lom, Fél. Aug. 25 (of St. Bartholomew), the reading of Rawl.
45B 505 ; the other MSS. giveparrtalon,parrthalon,parrtholon.
parthalon,partholan;cf. June 13 .Partalon, Fél. 168.36 (in
list of Apostles).féil Partolain , 212 y .Partholon apstal, LB
175b2 (= PH 1943 ).g s. Partoloin, ib. 1 .Pártoloin , ib. 48 .
Parthalon, KMMisc. 256.3 .Parthalán, Eochairsg. 8.22 .Cf.
50 prioir Daiminnsi (idon, Parrtolon Mac Aedha hUí Fh.), AU
iii 208.10 .

partlach n o,m. acrab :pl. partlaig mora co croicnib . . . cruadi
oldait luirecha, Alex. 730 =partulaighi, BB 495a13 (with
punctum delensunder u).Cf. partan.

55 paspart n m.(Romance loan-word)apassport :paspart ┐ barantus
in arsdiuc, Fl. Earls 24 z .

pasta n f.(Romance loan-word) pastry :is olc aran na pastae, Reg.
San. 29.2 .Apasty,pie :na hein bega . . . fedaiter pastaedhadha
do denam dib R.I.A.23 P 10³,27b11 .

60 pastúir n i,m.(Lat.pastor)apastor,ministerof the Gospel:
priomhadhacht . . . na bpriomhphasduiri, Luc. Fid. 263.11 .

? pat n drunkenness :pat .i. meisci, H. 3.18 p. 654 ( O'C. 1478 ) =
mat, H. 4.22 p. 67a ( O'C. 2065 ). Intended forpait?

pat(t)a n aboat,vessel :pata .i. soidheach, O'Cl.co rugastar an
65sugante a llonga uathib acht aenpatta, ZCP x 185.14 =
aenbharc, BB 26b23 .

pat(t)aire n io,m.(pait)amakerofleather bottles :in pattaire no
in sutaire, Laws v 80.1 Comm.

pat(t)án n o,m.(dim.ofpatu)aleveret :patán míl maighe,
70 Met. Gl. Ff. 51 . ?g s. a uích chuic-phatan peall-bhuidhe, IT
iii 96 § 151 . ?g p. nemthomailt fheola mucc ┐ pattan, PH
6542 (but seepatu).

patent (paitent) n m.(Eng. loan-word)apatent,authorization :
an patent ┐ in t-augdarrass ro bui aigi o righ Frangc, Fl.
75Earls 258.15 .fuair paitent ara dhuthaigh`a charter', FM v
1698.8 .g s. do ghlacadh paiteint ar tír Conaill, vi 2342.4 .a
hucht phatent a athar, v 1800.2 .

pater xseepaiter.

patnide adj io, iā(patu)pertaining to ahareorhares : gl.leporinus,
80 Sg. 37b7 .

patrene n m. a class ofbard ?trefocul . . . amal ro cumsat na
baird ┐ na patreni, Auraic. 1928 ,cf. Arch. iii 293.2 . Prob. a
proper nameused as generic term,cf. ut Patrini dixit , ZCP
xiii 382 § 40 , and:duanPatrini , xii 235.3 .

85 patriarca (patriarc) n m.(Lat.patriarcha) (a)apatriarch (of
the O. Testament), in earlier rel. lit. generally expressed by
the native termuasal-athair:Abraham in patriercca, Maund.
50 .adhlacadh na patrierca, 51 .an patriarcha naomh Iacob,
Mac Aingil 208.18 .v p. a uile naomhphatriarca, Parrth.
Anma 297.1 .Rí na bpátriarc, 286.6 .a bhláth na bpátriarc,
5 O'Gr. Cat. 654.11 .
(b)apatriarch (eccles. title):do bí patrierca ┐ airdescop a
nÍerusalem, Maund. 65 .issé in t-imper ísin Constantinoble
doní patrierca, 30 .cumachta an patrierca, 26 .a cenn
patriarcca in tsrotha .i. in trias [leg.treas] rí do rightibh na
10hIndia ┐ is e is papa acu, ZCP vi 289.6 .