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plan(n)ta n m.(Lat.planta, late loan-word)aplant :plannda,
85 ITS xiv 158.2 .adbur planda germ of a plant, 156.26 .gach
uile ḟṗlanta nachar chuir mh' athair, Matth. xv 13 .Fig. a
scion :an t-ócc plannda ro écc ann sin, FM vi 2234.16 .plannda
Gallda Gaedhealach a foreign yet a Gaelic scion, E. O'Rahilly²
xxvi 49 (of Gerald Fitzgerald son of the Knight of Glin).

plan(n)taigid v g. plants :plannduighidh sí fíneamhuin, Prov.
5 xxxi 16 =cuirigh, ed. 1827.do phlantuighedís, Luke xvii 28 .
do phlanduigh an tighearna fíneamhain, TSh. 10483 .pass. do
plannduigheadh an naomh-eagluis le Críost, Eochairsg. 2.30 .
premha na hesumhlachta do planntoighedh lé pecadh, O'Hus-
sey TC 102.19 .vn. accplanntuccadhcrann, BNnÉ.239 § 170 .
10Of planting a colony:ag plandughadh Dál Riada i nAlbain,
Keat. ii 6211 .

1 plás n m.(Romance loan-word)aplace,open squareorterrain :
plass ina mbit daoine uaisle ag giustail, Fl. Earls 80.15 .plass
margaidh market-place , 98.16 .

15 2 plás n o,m. feigning,guile,deceit :is inchreidhte nach plás a
ghlór`truly his speech is not feigned', Oss. iv 118 z .ní plás ná
bréag, Munster Poets 36.5(2nd ed.).píosa pláis, O'Bruad.
ii 8 z .a Fhódla phláis! deceitful , Keat. Poems 37 .

plástra n(Romance loan-word)m. aplasterorpoultice :plastra, gl.
20 epitima(=epithema), Arch. i 336.114 . Rosa Ang. 118.12 .pl.
plastradha, 102.12 .uinneminnti ┐ plasdragha, O'Gr. Cat.
268.24 .le plasdraib, 23 P 10³,17b40 .

pláta n m.(Romance loan-word)aplate,flat pieceofmetal :plata
(=lamina), Rosa Ang. 208.10 .pláta d'ór, Exod. xxviii 36 .
25 g p. mili plata d'or, ZCP vi 47.9 . coll. plate(table-gear): plata
oir ┐ airgit, Fl. Earls 48.2 . ?ó rígh Pholand an phláta,
Hackett xl 99 . Plate armour :go n-eidigip plata, Fl. Earls
32.1 .éidedh plata, FM vi 2026.16 .go n-eidedhaibh plát,
v 1644.4 .

30 ? platanta n pl.:ilar n-én . . . foleimdis tre lud eter na platnantaib
[punctum delensunder the first n]ordaib batar isin tig, BB
493a21 ( IT ii299 ) =itir na pelatib, Alex. 597 . A deriv. of
Lat.platanus`plane-tree' (Plummer MS. notes)?

plé xseepléidh.

35 plea: n amra sámud sanct-Brigte, | amra plea conhúala, Thes. ii
328.7 ( Hy. v 13 ); glossed:Amra Plea .i. Bl[asantia] .i. cathir
sen fil do Brigit in Italia; nó Plea cathir fil do Brigit for Muir
Icht, ib. 32 ; similarly Fél. 64.29 . By edd. Thes. taken as
name of a place; acc. to Vendryes, RC xlii 403 , a loan-word
40from Low Lat.plagia, plaia` open space,place '. Seepla(e).

plé(idh) n(Eng. loan-word?), alsoplé. Pleading(a suit),arguing,
disputing: cia an Cú Chulainn bhus ursa ré plé iompa?`to
act as their advocate
', O'Bruad. ii 4.10 .cléirche Chailbhín . . .
gan pléidh a peataoi ar phópaireacht haranguing(?), iii 88 =
45 gan phlé, O'Gr. Cat. 518.29 .chum seasaimh i bpléidh`to
stand in the contest
', E. O'Rahilly² xxxv 11 .pléidhe (plé)
m.andf.`contending, wrangling, . . . litigation', Dinneen.

pléideáil n f.(formation from Eng. plead ?) pleading(a suit):
arguing,disputing: ann gach pleideail dhlightheamhuil an
50[leg.as] riachtanas triur, Luc. Fid. 272.13 .dul dochum
pleideala no consboide leis, 232.19 . Seepléit.

Pléimenn n m.alsoPléimen(n)ach o,m. aFleming,Dutchman .
As surname:Ricard Plemendach in Gall, RC xviii 296.7
(Tig.) =R. Plémenn, ALC i 152.20 .re hOpdam Pléimionn,
55 O'Gr. Cat. 565.24 (the Dutch admiral Opdam).potairidhe na
bPleimeanach, Eochairsg. 3.9 .

pléit n f. wrangling,contention :lór do pléid (: méid), Measgra
D. 13.10 (poem of 14th or 15th cent.).is mór an bhuile
phleite do bhí ar Liogurgius`spiteful madness', TTebe p. xvi 31
60(scribe's note).pléid` spite,wrangle ', Dinneen.pleide`spite',
O'R. Seepléideáil.

pleo n aflame ?la Petar breo prímdae, Fél. Ep. 258 , =pleo,
LB and Rawl. B 512 ;pleo nó breo, 23 P 3 .

pléráca n revelry :pléráca na Ruarcach`The O'Rourke's feast'
65(title of a song), O'Gr. Cat. 65.6 .pléaráca`uproar, confusion,
revelry
', Dinneen.

plet n anedge(of abladeortool)? plett for faebur`an edge upon
a blade
' (qualification of a metal-worker), Triads 121 , with
gloss:fleath for faobhar .i. faobhar for faobhar, p. 39 .plet .i.
70 nomenrinda dogníat cerda, H. 3.18 p. 73 ( O'C. 118 ).bretnasa
argait co pletaib óir, RC x 82.6 .Cf. flét`an edge', O'R.

? ploit n f. ro shluig an cat ploiti mora do chosaib Feargail`large
pieces ', TFrag. 28.20 .Cf. plait bheag talmhan`a small patch
of land
', Dinneen s.v. plait ; but perh. meant forploici,cf.
75 plaic`a maniple, handful' P. O'C. ; Dinneen.

ploscartaigid v g. pants,palpitates: imp. 2 s. ploscartaigh, ling,
séidnigh`beat, skip, pant', Eg. Gl. 428 .ploscartuighim`I puff or
pant
', Dinneen.plosgartuigha[i]m`topant,throb,aspire ', O'R.

1 pluc n o,m. (a)around mass,knob,lump, hence amaceorclub?
80 slúaig demna . . . ┐ pluic thentide ina llámaib ocá mbúalad,
FA 26 ( LU 2182 ).Cf. ZCP iii 34.4 ; RC xxvi 156.9 .pluicc
thenntige for lassad ina lamaib, PH 8109 .
(b) by extensionadense grouporcrowd :pluc mor do
demhnaibh umam isind áer`horde', ZCP x 22.12 .
85Compd. ¤ mell:pluicmill luaide` plug-lumpsof lead' (used as
missiles), CCath. 5657 .