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prímedach adj o, ā. (<prímon analogy ofdechmadach?)a payer
of first-fruits
?ba dechmadach primedach`pay tithes and first-
fruits
', Ériu ii 172 § 3 .

primidil n f.(mod. Ir.) first-fruits,firstlings (coll.):primidil na
mbeathach, Levit. xxvii 26 .le p. ¤ h'uile bhisigh, Prov. iii 9 .

5 prímit n f.(Lat.primitiae) generally used inpl.; the sing. is
prob. a secondary formation. First-fruits: primit .i. in cre-
dendo in Assia, gl.primitius Asiae, Wb. 7b10 .it primiti .i.
nomen plurale, is primit som, gl.primitiae(of Christ), 13b24 .
primiti a clainde ┐ primiti a torud, Ml. 99b5 .dechmada ┐
10primiti ┐ almsana, Laws i 50.27 .Cf. O'Dav. 136 .dobertís
dechmada ┐ prímite, PH 6013 . Lism.L. 1857 . Asn-st.:ba
hiat sin cét-asccada na ngennti do Dia ┐ a prímitinar tús, LB
138b32 .ar cenn almsan ┐ primidhin, SG 87.31 . (Fig.)caíntir
co mmór in primit sin testá for Grécu(i.e.the first loss in-
15curred by the Greeks
), LL 232a21 = TTr. 1100 . In Met.
Dinds. i 20.98 :ar prímit áille, read prím-áit chief place, see
v 284 s.v.

prímlach n m. ahero-warrior ?priomhlach .i. priomhláoch,
O'Cl. Seeprím-.

20 prinnsa n m.(Eng. or Romance loan-word)aprince :do bi se 'na
prinnsa ar an Asia mBic, Fél. 52.13 .righ no prinnsa, ZCP vi
81 z .ingen prinnsa, Maund. 47 .pl. prinnsaighi, Fl. Earls 148 z .
go n-imat prinnsaidhe, 190.6 .prionnsaidhe, TSh. 5568 (=prin-
cipes).prionnsadha, 69 .comhairligh na bprionnsadh, 70 .
25 prionnsuidhe Phárao, Gen. xii 15 .ré prionnsadhuibh na
sagart, Mac Aingil 276.2 . Of a woman:do lathair an prionnsa
Elisabeth, FM v 1810 x ,cf. vi 2264.8 .

prinnsacht n f. princedom,dominion :prinnsocht na peine, Aisl.
Tund. 135 § 7 .

30 prinnsamail adj i. princely :ar phíoláidibh prionnsamhla, Keat.
i 54.11 .

prinsipail n f.(Eng. loan-word) (a) principal,capital sum(of
money);aiseóguidh sé go hiomlán ina phrinnsipail he shall
restore it . . . in its principal
, Levit. vi 5 . (b) principle, rule of
35 conduct :as d'ar gceudphrinsiopaluibh, nach eidir,etc., Luc.
Fid. 226.15 .prinseapáil, prionsapáil, P. O'C.

prinsipálta adj io, iā. principal,chief :an eaglais ba prionnsiopálta
san ríoghacht, Keat. iii 308 .na sochair phrinsiopálta, TSh.
9090 .na ceithre comhartha phrinsipálta, O'Hussey TC 33.13 .
40 da cethre puncaibh prionsiopailte, Parrth. Anma 401.3 .go
bhfuil árdfhlaitheas . . . go prionsapálta ag an bPápa, Eo-
chairsg. 7.8 .

prinsipáltacht n f. predominance,pre-eminence :Lios Mór, agá
mbiaidh tighearnas ┐ prinsiopáltacht mhór, ITS xvi 76.3 .

45 prióir n i,m.(Lat.prior)príóir(g s. -óir,-óra,-órach), IGT Dec.
§ 50.9 .Aprior(of a monastery): prioir, BNnÉ 297.9 .prioir
Daiminnsi, AU iii 476.18 .mac an priora moir, ib. 19 . In
wider sense:beir ad prioir ar bochtaibh na cathrach prior of
the beggars
, ZCP vi 291.26 .Cf. banprioir, gl.priorissa, Ir. Gl.
50 23 .

prísún n o,m.(Mid. Eng.prisun, -oun)aprison .prísún brísún
(g s. -ún,úin), IGT Dec. § 35.9 .san bríosún, ex. 945 .carcair,
príosún, daingean, Eg. Gl. 113 .in corp pecthach mar prisun,
Arch. iii 240 § 38 .cor chuirset hi prísún he, PH 7352 .bliadhain
55i mbríosún, Dán Dé xi 26 .o pein ┐ o pennaid in prisuin, ZCP
vi 286.18 .ar lar in prisun, 287.11 .dóirrse an phríosuin, Acts v
v 19 .a prísúnaib teinntidhi na pían(ofhell), Ériu ii 144 y .prío-
sún peannaideach purgadóra, TSh. 4153 .i bpríosún na n-
aithreach Limbus patrum, Eochairsg. 64.15 .

60 prísúnach n o,m. aprisoner :an príosúnach Pól, Acts xxiii 18 .
dona príosúnchuibh, xvi 25 .cuairt ag priosúnachaibh,
Parrth. an Anma 225.6 . Isa. xx 4 .

prísúnda adj io, iā. prison-like :beatha phrísúnta, IGT Dec. ex.
908 (brísúnda v.l.).

65 priu n(< Lat.priv-atus? see Ped. i 191 ) private parts,pudenda ?
feam .i. priu, gl.mentula, Ir. Gl. 97 .

priuiléid xseepribiléid.

? proaitse n m. aprovost :proaitsi Oile Find, FM iv 1004.17 .

procatóir(-dóir) n i,m.(Lat.procurator)aprocurator :pro-
70cadóir na cathrach(=οἰκονόμος), Rom. xvi 23 .Theprocurator
orcatererof a monastery:procadoir mhainistreach Dauit,
BNnÉ 208.5 .procuttoir, 60 § 77 .procutóir, ib. § 79 .g s. an
phrocatóra , ib. § 78 .anphrocuttóra , 70 § 117 .Aproctor(in
law): an prócadóir ┐ an t-adhuocáid, Mac Aingil 166.4 .

75 proibeirb n f.(Lat.proverbium)aproverb,aphorism :isin
derbárusc .i. isin probeirb, PH 4864 .adeir an phroibheirb,
Mac Aingil 188.1 .pl. proueirbecha, O'Gr. Cat. 253.27 .

proibinse n f.(Lat.provincia)aprovince :próuinse, gl.provincia,
Ir. Gl. 175 .isin Britania ┐ a Saxain ┐ isan probindsi(i.e.the
80Roman Province
), RC xvii 155.5 (Tig.).probinnsi Tebeit,
Marco P. 101 .proibinnsi, 5 .prouinnse, 107 .a prouensi na
Galalee, Maund. 98 . Fl. Earls 12.13 .prouens, 38.1 , 2 .bio-
caire provinsi, FM iv 1004.13 .lucht proibhinnse móire, TSh.
3136 .pl. prouinnsedha na Sbainne, ITS xix 66.25 .o prouen-
85sib oile, Fl. Earls 198.25 .ós cionn . . . seacht bproibhinnseadh,
Esther i 1 .