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peiriacail n f.alsopeirical[m.?] (Lat.periculum) peril,danger :
is a n-ainffios tarla an periacail sin doibh, BNnÉ 59 z .peria-
cail no guasacht, ITS xvi 54.23 .peiriacuil(=Gr.κίνδυνος),
85 Rom. viii 35 .duine do shaoradh . . . ar pheiriacail, O'Hussey
TC 177.1 .ro baoi a peirical anbhail, Fl. Earls 202.14 . Fearof
danger,scruple? pereccul .i. cubus, H. 3.18 p. 75b ( RC xiii
506.204 ). Mod.priacail.

peiriaclach adj o, ā. alsopeiriclach, dangerous,perilous :conuer-
sáid pheiriaclach, Parrth. Anma 30.6 .adeireadh se gur
5peiriaclachcuis an anmchairdiosa, Rule of Tall. 42 § 74 .ata
an diet roi-shéimh perioclach, 23 K 42,4.23 .gurub periclech
sgribhadh . . . chugud, Kilk. Arch. J.(N.S.)ii 360.25 .

peirise n f.(Romance loan-word < Lat.imperatrix)anempress :
used only in connexion with Henry II of England (Fitz-
10empress).g s. mac na Perissi, RC xviii 283.15 .Henricus mac
na Peirisi, AU ii 170.11 .mac na Perisi, 172.2 .m. na Peresi,
216.16 .

péirse n f.(cf.Eng.perch, Fr.perche) (a)aperch(measure): seacht
bpéirse óna háit, Oss. iv 278.12 . (b)aperch(forroosting):
15 dealb seabaic ar persi, Maund. 131 . (c)arow,rank,line :gach
péirse, 1 Kings vii 2 .ar cheithre phéirse do philéuruibh, ib. 2 .
faoi na péirsighibh, Ezek. xlvi 23 .

péist xseepíast.

peit n music,entertainment :peat (peitv.l.) ainm d'oirfidedh,
20 Met. Gl. Ff. 18 ; an abstraction frompeitedorpeitid?

peited n m. music,pleasure,entertainment: ba leor peted ┐
arpeated . . . eistecht risin ceol, IT iii 193.21 ( BB 262a13 ).
peiteadh .i. airfideadh, ceol no binneas, O'Cl. Prob. a back
formation fromarpeited=airfitiud. See follg.

25 peitid v i, entertains,delights :bindiu cach ceol in crot | peiti
Labraid Loingseach Lorc, RC xx 431.16 (YBL) =ba binde
. . . peitedh L. which used to charm(?), LL 377b27 . Seepeited.

peláit n f.(Lat.palatium) alsopaláitandpiláit(late form),a
palace :pelait rightech, Met. Gl. Ff. 61 (piláit v.l.).piolait .i.
30rightheach, O'Cl.in phelait rígda, LL 263a7 ( MU 10.6 ).
TFerbe 401 .i peláit Príaim, TTr.² 1861 .pealait, Aen. 368 .
pealaid, 1557 .piláid mhaisech, Ériu iii 168 § 25 .g s. dochuaid
in forcongraid dochumm a phelati, PH 1222 .i ndorus na
palaiti, Anecd. iii 74.8 .ar urlar na peloide rigdha, BCC 398.15 .
35 pl. foracsat a pelaiti rigda, PH 1727 .ni chumdaigem . . .
paláti nā tegdaisi rígda, Alex. 883 =palaiti, Anecd. v 4.1 .
peloide rofhairsionga, ITS v 72.12 .i bpíoláidibh ríoghdha,
TSh. 912 .pioláitídhe fionnaolta, Oss. iv 248.7 (18th-cent.
poem).

40 pelicán n m.(late Eng. loan-word)apelican :an eala ┐ an peli-
cán, Levit. xi 18 . Psa. cii 6 .an peliocan, Deuter. xiv 17 .

1 pell n o,m.(Lat.pellis)peall, IGT Dec. § 65 .Ananimal's skin
orfur(?), hence arugorblanket, generally one for sleeping on
(oft. nearly =mattress,couch). pell,i.e. a pelle.i. ón c[h]roi-
45cend, Corm. Y 1042 .pell ondi ispellis , 797 .ro scailed a pell
fae, Cog. 196.21 .ni bidh . . . pell no brothrach . . . fui isin
lepaid, CCath. 2909 .nir chodail ar peall, BNnÉ 134.73 .ná
bíom . . . gan luighe araen ar einphioll, O'Gr. Cat. 367.19 .ag
roinn aoinphill dúinn is dó he and I sharing one couch, 453 z .da
50mbé ag duine | i ndíol a pheacaidh peall gaoiside`if a man wear
a horsehair shirt
' (?), Dán Dé xxx 6 .pl. pill, coilcthi, clúime,
LL 297a43 .ba duthain pennan na pell, 136b33 (`transient was
the torment of the couch
', RC xlvii 289 z ).re dergud imdad do
pellaib cimsacha corcarglana, TTebe 462 .Of apadfor
55placing under a scribe's paper(?):tabhair fós páipéar is peall
| fám láimh`paper and cushion', Studies 1923, 597 § 4 .
In sense of skin,fur :do thoguibh sí in t-at pill da cenn`hat
of leather
' (?fur), ZCP vi 291 y .at pill, gl.pelleus(=pilleus?),
Ir. Gl. 831 .
60Compds. ¤ buide:a uích chuicpatan peallbhuide of a tawny-
pelted hare
(?), IT iii 96 § 151 . ¤ coím:Pallas pellcháem, LL
233a3 (`fair-skinned', TTr. 1168 ).

2 pell n o,m.alsofell,ahorse (confined to poetry and B. na f.):
peall .i. ech, Corm. Y 244 .fell .i. ech, 580 , 649 .n p. fill, 581 .
65 peall .i. each, O'Cl.gabhar ocus mairc is peall ar na heachaibh,
Met. Gl. Ff. 19 .g s. ructhar i capp (.i. i carr) i ndiaid phill
(.i. eich), LU 436 =bill, RC xx 148 ( ACC § 2 Comm. ).da n-óo
eich (no pill), RC xi 436 n. dá ó phill . . . .i. dá chluais chapaill,
Keat. ii 2697 . ?li dathpill the hue of a coloured (? piebald)
70horse
, IT iii 96 § 153 ,cf. Bruchst. i § 45 .

? pellán n(dim.of1 pell?):impi ro neoid luchair leandān | ba
suthain pellan na pell, Lec. 395a27 (f. 208) =pennan, LL 136b33 .
peallán`apalet, a littlepall ', P. O'C. Seepennán.

1 pellec n[f.] (< Lat.pellicium, Meyer GJ iv 106 )askin bagor
75 basket :bellec, gl.fiscina, Pcr. 17b1 ( Thes. ii 226.29 ).pellec,
gl.sportula, Ir. Gl. 136 . ?pellec .i. bél-ecc .i. ec[eccda, H2]ina
bel. No pellet .i. pell-set .i.seta pellisimpi .i. a croicend
Corm. Y 1066 (the former explanation seems meant for2
pellec
, the latter for this word).tri peillge . . . .i. peillec
80dechmaide ┐ peillec mirenn ┐ peillec tuirtin ciric, ZCP xii
291.16 , 17 =pellic dechmaide,etc., Mackinnon Cat. 130.18
(`a basket of tithes, a basket of broken meat and a basket of waxen
tablets
', Meyer GJ iv 108a ).trí pheillce nó trí mála leathair,
Keat. iii 3444 (same tale).peillic`askin,hide, . . .pelt ', P. O'C.

85 2 pellec n f.alsobellec(perh. right form),ahorse's bit ?pellec,
Corm. Y 1066 (see1 pellec).gabair . . . cona bellic oir friae, IT
ii2177.96 (YBL).pl. coica ech . . . belgi óir ┐ argit friu, TFerbe
13 .beilge oir, LL 248a42 ( TBFr. 136 ).tri fichit ech . . . cona
mbeilgib óir friu, 249b51 ( TBFr. 144 ).ech . . . ┐ srian . . .
d'airget fria co mbéilgibh óir fris, Acall. 244 (`a bridle of silver
5fitted with a golden bit
', SG ii 107 ).in dhí gabor cin peillge,
ZCP vii 305.26 (B. na f.).