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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 .

patric n m.(Lat.patricius,cf. Pátraic)apatrician :patric . . . fer
lethlamha rígh nó impir eisséin, CCath. 63 ; ib. 66 .

patrisc(-uisc) n f.(Eng. loan-word?)apartridge :amhuil
luighios an phatruisc air a huighibh, Jerem. xvii 11 .mar
15doní duine fiadhach ar phaitrisg, 1 Sam. xxvi 20 .Cf. pertris.

patronomic n(loan-word)apatronymic :patronoimic, Auraic.
3394 .risinpatronomic , 3395 .

pátrún n o,m.(Lat.patronus, prob. through Eng.)apatron :
dochum pátrúin do dhéunamh dháoibh don leabhrán-so(i.e. to
20dedicate this book to you), RC iv 352.4 (M. O'Clery). Generally
apatron-saint :gurub e Eoin a phatrun, ZCP xiii 184.15 .
airchisecht patruin na pian .i. Brenainn, BNnÉ 87 § 181 .d'éis
báis ar bpátruin[-n]e, 275 § 256 (of Maedóc of Ferns).tré grásaibh
Phadruig ar bpátrúin, Mac Aingil 70.1 .lā patruin`patron
25day
', Fl. Earls 98 y .naeimh ┐ patruin eclas Erend, BCC
§ 361 .re a bpattrónuibh beannaighthi, MS. Mat. 552.17 .

pátrúntacht n f. patronage; afavour conferred: pl. na pátrún-
tachta tug [Pádraig] don droing do bhiadh umhal do`privi-
leges
', O'Gr. Cat. 37.12 .

30 patu n m.(British origin, see Ped. i 511 ) orig.n-st., Ped. ii 110 ,
cf. patnideandpattan, PH 6542 , possiblyg p.of this word
(seepatán).Ahare :lornan .i. patu, Goid. 77.125 .patu,
Corm. p. 35 =pato, Corm. Y 1045 .pata .i. miol moighe no
geirrfhiadh, O'Cl.pl. maoarbaais[=marbais].iii. pait, Ériu
35 vii 242.4 (B. na f.).ag fiadhach . . . ar paitib primluatha,
ZCP vi 54.8 . Ériu v 146.21 .

pauper n m.(Lat.pauper)apoor person, amendicant , chiefly
confined to cryptic style.pauper .i. bocht, O'Cl.bid pauper
cech ri, RC xxvi 38.1 (paiper, YBL); glossed.i. bid bocht, LL
40 188b15 .lith (.i. étach) do pauper (.i. bocht), ZCP v 486 § 7
(B. na f.).pl. puipir do biathad, boicht do dídnad[sic leg.],
Laws iii 18.19 , glossed.i.qui pera pascitur.i. sastaid a teigh
`who are fed by the bag', 20.1 ,i.e. beggars who collect scraps
of food
?

45 pauperán n o,m. apoor person,beggar :in pauperán truag-sa,
Fél. Ep. 408 ; glossed.i. an bochtán, O'Cl.s.v. pauper.

páx xseepács.

péc (péac) n f. apeak,point :ó phéic an chairn, D. Mac Carr-
thaigh 47.20 .peac`along tail, also thevirile member ', P. O'C.
50 péac`a peak, point, . . . a radicle, a long tail', Dinneen.Fig.
of a person:péac chuiripe`upstart', E. O'Rahilly xvii 27(ed.
1911).

pec(c)ach xseepecthach.

pécach adj o, ā. (a) pointed,peaked :gleann na mbeann sleasach
55bpéacach, Measgra Dánta 43.19 . (b) showy,gaudy : (as sobri-
quet)Mór phécach inghen Bhriain, FM v 1630.11 .'san
gcraobh-bhanna phéacach, Keat. Poems 304 .péacach ba
`puffed up with pelf', O'Bruad. ii 204 § ii .péacach`sharp-
pointed, long-tailed, . . . also beautiful
', P. O'C.

60 pec(c)ad n uando,m.(Lat.peccatum) in O.Ir.u-st. (on analogy
of vn. in-ad, Thurn, Hdb. § 915 ):n s. peccad, Wb. 3c27 et pass.
peccath, 9c19 .pecad, Ml. 32c17 .g s. inphectho , Wb. 14d27 ;cf.
3c14 , 38 ,etc., Ml. 53b21 , 60b19 , 126b6 .pecctho, Wb. 27d10 .in
phectha , Wb. 9d5 ,cf. 29a28 , 31c22 (pecctha); Ml. 54a5 et pass.
65 n p. inpecthi , Wb. 25b9 ,cf. 4a8 , Ml. 32c15 , 46b28 , 71c12 (peccthi).
pecthai, 98c6 .pecdae, Wb. 33b8 .pectha, 2a6 .a p. pecthu,
Wb. 3c21 , 9d5 , 13b19 ; Ml. 47b7 , 58c18 .g p. pecthae, Ml. 32b18 ,
51c21 , 98c6 . Tur. 58a .pecthe, Tur. 45 .d p. pecthaib, Ml.
46b26 ;-pecthib, 33d12 .
70In Mid.Ir. also commonly treated aso-st., but both forms
of declension persist side by side down to mod. period. In
PH the usualg s.ispeccaid, butpectha,pecdaalso occur:d s.
pecud, PH 4826 (generallypeccad);n p. pectha,-da(peccaidonly
twice);a p. pectha,-da.Occas.-th-(-d-)is omitted in obl.
75cases.pecadh(m.,g s. n p. -aidh), IGT Dec. § 17.14 .g p. a
n-íc apecthadh , ex. 728 (proscribed as incorrect).
Sin, both in abstr. sense and concrete (esp. inpl.), asin,
kind of sin,sinful act: pecada pec[c]ato , Corm. Y 1044 .is hé
in peccath for arele .i.fornicatio , Wb. 9c19 .fo mám pectho,
80 3c38 .pecthi collnidi carnal sins, 4a8 .is airi asberarlex
peccatihóre donadbat pecthu, 3c21 .is huilliu in trocaire . . .
indate in pecthai, Ml. 98c6 .dilgud a pecthe ndoib, Tur. 45
( Thes. ii 487 ).cura dichuirer mo pecda, Gild. Lor. 261 .ar
demnaib, ar pheccdaib . . . ron-sóera do spirut, Thes. ii 359.7 .
85 combart cen peccad cen col, LU 10863 ( IT i 133.4 ).peccad
marbtha mortal sin, PH 7321 .hi peccad bunad-géinnti
original sin, 3909 .peccad na drúisi, 7442 .tar cend na ndoine
dorochratar i peccad, 2087 .plaig pecda the plague of sin,
Ériu iv 156.5 (pectha v.l.).coros-bréc dia póic phecda her
sinful kiss
, Met. Dinds. iv 44.33 (g s.as attrib.).ni ful[n]giut
5cethra pecai in duine beasts are not subject to the sins of man,
ZCP viii 104.7 (B. na f.).ní pecad la nech dhibh pecad . . . do
pecthaib na mban none of them counts any sin committed with
women as sin
, Marco P. 174 .tar eis cinaid [leg.cinad] no
pectha icthar pennait, Anecd. v 3.3 ,cf. Alex. 855 .ni etarsca-
10rann a menma ria pecthaib ┐ duailchib, Lism.L. 701 .peaca
marbhtha . . . cinn na bpeaca eile iad, Dán Dé xxxi 32 .seacht
bpeacaidh dhleaghmuid do dhíol, ib. 33 .má tá fúd feacadh
d'iarmuirt if sin remain in thee, xviii 3 .na peacaidh ghnío-
mhacha . . . na peacaidh doní ré faill(=sins of commission
15and of omission
). TSh. 4089 .na peachaidhe marbhthacha,
7050 .foluigh h'aghaidh óm pheacuighibh-si, Psa. li 9 .
pecadh na sinnser original sin, Parrth. Anma 236.12
(= Luc. Fid. 151.9 ).na pectha donither a n-aghaidh an
sbiorad naoimh, 142.10 (=na pecadh, Luc. Fid. 155.12 ).a
20úain De thogbhas pecadha an domhain, 293.11 .