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pótaire n m. ahard drinker,toper :dobheir an pótaire dúil don
digh d'ól, TSh. 2005 . Prov. xxiii 21 .pl. potairidhe na
bPleimeanach, Eochairsg. 3.9 .pótairedha, Mac Aingil 214.6 .
a measg phótaireadh fíona, Prov. xxiii 20 .

pótairecht n f. tippling,drinkingtoexcess :ag ithe, ag ól ┐ ag
5potairecht, RC xxiii 18.18 .pótaireacht, TSh. 9372 .

potaitse n(Eng. or Romance loan-word) pottage,porridge :
potaitse arna denumh do min coirce, Rosa Ang. 40.22
(potaiste v.l.).gne potaitse, 96.9 .

potecaire n m.(Eng. loan-word)anapothecary :do réir ealadhan
10an photecharí, Exod. xxx 25 =anphotecearí , ib. 35 .siopa
potecaire, Mac Aingil 398.5 .n p. na poitigair no na leagha,
Mackinnon Cat. 69.7 .

potric(c) xseeputraic.

práca n m.(< Eng.brake?)aharrow :g p. go n-iomat cliath ┐
15prácadh, FM vi 2186.20 .práca`a harrow', P. O'C. Mod.
bráca, Dinneen.

práidhinn n f.(mod.) urgency,difficulty,strait :práidhinn` afflic-
tion ', Eg. Gl. 513 .do bhí 'na ro-práidhinn, GJ iv 83.32 (Stair
E. Uí Cléirigh).an phrádhainn ina rabhadar, 82b12 .

20 práidhinnech adj o, ā. urgent :d'iarr D. cead orumsa go práidhin-
neach, 1 Sam. xx 28 ,cf. Eg. Gl. 513 .

praind xseeproind.

praip(p)e n f.(abstr. ofprap) rapidity,suddenness :in praipi ro
mbitha as quickly as they were killed, TBC² 339 =hi prapi,
25 LU 4830 .fora praipe dognithea drochduine de because he was
so speedily made a base person (degraded
), LB 154b6 .an trath
domberar dochum nimhe a phraipi sin so suddenly, BNnÉ 53
§ 50 .

? prais: adv tugadar prais puirt ar a luing`drew their ship quickly
30up (?
)', ITS v 72.16 .

praisech n ā,f.(Lat.brassica): (a) pottage :praissech nennta, Fél.
146.20 .crann suaiti na praisci, ib. 25 .tresin praissig, ib. 27 .
praissech, BCC § 356 .do reic [Esau] a oighreacht ar chorn
praisge, TSh. 8320 .cópán phraisgi, Mac Aingil 23.18 .prai-
35seach`pottage made of meal and pot-herbs', P. O'C.
(b) cabbage,kail :gne garb don praisigh, Arch. i 331.32 .
sdupocca praisce cabbage stalks, Rosa Ang. 90.21 . caulis
hortensis.i. an praiseach garrdha, 23 K 42,393.14 .

praitic n f.(learned loan-word < Lat.practica) practice(of
40 medicine): leabhar . . . do phraitic na healadhna leighis, O'Gr.
Cat. 211.15 .

praiticecht n f. practice(ofmedicine): sai derbhtha a fisigecht ┐
a teoreicecht ┐ a praiticecht in theory and practice, AU iii
466.16 .praiticecht, O'Gr. Cat. 211.24 .an biadh ordaigheas
45C. ana praitigeacht fein, 23 P 10³,69b17 .

prand n(Teutonic loan-word?)awave :prand .i. tond, Lec. Gl.
540 =brann, 338 M .prann tonn mara, Met. Gl. 33 § 18 .
prann`awave,surgeorbillow ', P. O'C. No exx. from lit.

prap(p) adj. quick,rapid,sudden , gen. as pred. with cop. is
50 prap a persannacht`his character is changeable (?)', Tec. Corm.
§ 33.6 ( hasty,abrupt?).prap i comlond clíathcha in caemh,
BB 53a35 .rapa phrapp in chomeirggi, LL 27a53 .ger prap
sain da bās ga buain | ar fās in air re haenuair the crop spring-
ing up at once was being already reaped, quick (soon) though
55it was
, Arch. iii 245 § 29 .fāth is prap the reason is quickly seen;
obvious
(?), ZCP vi 268.4 .Compar.withDE:feóil lenum
doberdis dí combad praipiti no fhoirbredh that she might grow
faster
, Cóir Anm. 170 =combad prapiti no āsad, LU 4436 .ni
praipiti no antais don imbualadh no sooner did they cease
60fighting
, CCath. 6133 .praipidi, 3403 . Rarely as attrib.:
ruathar prap a speedy rout, Ériu iv 226.17 .iomad ngiall prap
`many swift captives' (?hostages ready at hand), ITS v 56.17 .
More oftenadv. quickly,suddenly,soon : prapros rathaig
in rigan, LL 49a30 .in cheist do chuirdis . . .prapro fhuas-
65laiced Find, Acall. 2555 .iascc adúadhaspraprom loiscc,
BNnÉ 82.17 .
Withco:digēltar co prapp, LU 9909 ( PRIA iii 536 § 20 ).
amal turcbas tene fo cetoir ┐ báidid co prap doridisi dies down
again quickly
, PH 2408 .dogēbh bās co prap, ZCP vi 26 z .
70bronach iatt ó scur go prap when [the bell] suddenly stops
(ringing) (?)
, ZCP xii 395.8 .aniú is suaithnidh co prab`it is
readily manifest
', Buile S. 46.11 .aimsir an leighis go prap
(=occasio praeceps), 23 K 42,1.7 .
Assubst.=prapad:léprapna súl, TSh. 571 , 10374 .
75Compds. ¤ caillte:prapchaillte` closefistedness ', Triads 212
(.i. a bheith cruaidh ┐ luath, p. 42 ).Cf. sechmoallat gach fir
prapcoillti .i. seachmallat in firinde in fiallach is gér im na
fiachaib . . . in cach bis ac prapadh a ae, H. 3.18 p. 284 ( O'C.
570 ),i.e. those who are rigorous in pressing for payment of
80debts?
Cf.the parallel:sechmoella E ach fír prap cunnarta, ib.
647a ( O'C. 1449 ), with similar gloss. ¤ gal:re prapgail . . . na
miled swift action in combat, MR 256.16 . ¤ loscad:og prap-
losccadh a bpúdair speedily igniting, exploding, Hugh Roe
84.10 (f. 22b) . ¤ tintód:ic dianleimnech suas ┐ ic praptintodh
85anuas, CCath. 5892 .

prapad n m.(cf. prap) moving suddenly, aswift convulsive move-
ment: tinaid ┐ erchranaid fri prapud n-oenuaire in the passing
of a moment
, PH 6062 .teneloiscfes teora cetraimthi fer nErenn
fri prapad súla in the twinkling of an eye (in a trice), RC xii 426
§ 10 . BNnÉ 295.8 .fri prapad na sulai, RC x 56 n. 7 =fria
5brathad súla, text. With obj. gen.urging forward:in tí bis ac
prapadh na fiach pressing (for prompt payment) of debts (?),
H. 3.18 p. 285 ( O'C. 570 ).in cach bis ac prapadh a ae, ib. 284 .
P. O'C. identifies this word withbrafadh`a twinkling or wink-
ing
' (seebrathad), but it is prob. a formation fromprap.Cf.
10alsoprepaid.