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protestant n o,m.(late Eng. loan-word)aProtestant :n p. pro-
85testaint shagsana, Luc. Fid. 308.15 . Asadj.;on bpriomhfaidh
protusdant , MS. Mat. 549.25 (seeprímáid). Alsoprotestún:
g p. ráidhte na Protastúin[sic], Eochairsg. 17.9 . Mod.protas-
túnach.

prouinse xseeproibinse.

pruchlais n f. aden,cave :an phruchlais shladmhóireadh den of
5robbers
, Jerem. vii 11 . Nahum ii 12 .cuife, doire, pruchlais,
Eg. Gl. 138 .o pholl go poll, o phruch[l]ais go pruc[l]ais, Luc.
Fid. 343.14 .prochlais`a den, cave, vault', P. O'C. Dinneen.
pruch`a hole in the ground',ib.

prull(?prúll) adv. greatly,excessively (an archaic or poetic
10word?):prull (prúll, LB).i. aidbliugud mor ┐ metugad,ut
dixit. . . in bainlethcerd . . . .i. immomloiscet mo dē n-ō prull my
two ears burn me greatly (are very hot
), Corm. Y 1059 p. 90.22
(: Thull);cf. ib. p. 93.19 .

psalm xand derivv. seesalm.

15 psaltair xseesaltair.

púca n m. agoblin,sprite :an pucadh da ngairir an spioraid
phriobhaideach, Luc. Fid. 296.8 . Inn.l.:go barr Tuim an
Phuca, H. 3.18.p. 455 ( O'C. 1144 ). Common in folk-lore.

pudar n o,m.andā,f.(< Lat.pudor? Stokes, Fél. Gloss.)pudhar
20 m., IGT Dec. § 17.13 .pudhar f.(d s. -air,g s. -ra), § 37.6 .
pudhair f.(g s. n p. -ra), § 10.9 . (a) harm,mischief,misfortune :
oft. as pred. with cop.:is pudar sein that is unfortunate, Thes.
ii 323.12 ( Hy. iv pref. ).snigfid crú a cnesaib curad | . . . bid
lan-pudar, TBC² 78 ( LU 4587 ).pudar a thecht fo thalmain!
25 ZCP viii 272.9 ( Rawl. 88a15 ).pudair don itaid a ēg sad was his
death from thirst
, Ériu x 83 § 65 .ní fess mo bunad . . . is pudar
lemm féin co fír I regret it(=feel it a disadvantage), Ériu vii
225 § 48 ( LL 209a23 ).pudhur leamsa a ndingéntar . . . .i. bás
d'faghbáil dúin, Acall. 1783 .is dál dia mbia pudar of which
30harm will come
, TBC 3271 .ni fhil pudar ann cia moltar [nech]
ara deggním there is no harm in a man's being praised for his
well-doing
, PH 6078 .adubairt nach raibhe pudhar and sin
that no harm was done(i.e. that the consequences of his sin
were not serious), BCC 222.12 .cid pudhur fil sund etir? what
35is wrong with this place?
BColm. 28.14 .pudhur mór ┐ olc
adbal . . . d'eirghi trid sin i Connachtaibh, AU ii 468.7 .gurab
de lenus pudhar may misfortune cleave to him! ZCP x 44.8 =
BNnÉ 309.30 .gach duine dogníth cinta nó pudar frisin rí[g],
ZCP iv 239.14 .atibhset an linn cusan neim ┐ ní derna pughur
40doibh, Lism.L. 1720 .dorignis ar pudar thou hast done us harm,
RC xxiii 426 z .ba dín ar cach ṅdrochphudair, LL 27b48 .ro
saor ar puthair Pádraig`which P. redeemed from sorrow', FM
i 130 z (poem).g s. in dét in maicc mor-phudair`the much-
lamented (? hapless, unfortunate) youth
', Met. Dinds. iv 34.48
45(:Lugaid) =phudar(:Lugad), LL 199a57 .fo fath pudra
(=with malicious intent), Laws i 178.6 .Cf. iii 286.12 .ara
minci pudrae do mnaibh because it so often does hurt to women,
O'Mulc. 144 .g p. mor cor, mor pudhar, mor n-uch, Acall.
4746 . In chevilles:cúis phudhair, Content. xvi 103 .lór do
50phudhar, A. Ó Dálaigh li 15 .
With extension of meaning:ar n-ionghuire ar phudhair na
dtrí dtairnge`my protection against the pain of the three nails'
(i.e. against retribution for my share in Christ's death),
A. Ó Dálaigh xv 17 .a Risdeird . . . a phudhair ar dtinnis(i.e.
55 whose death is cause of our sickness), Hackett xl 34 .
(b) mistake,blunder :error est (is pudar), Fél. 4.28 .ni ainic
acht aen-phudhair, Auraic. 2118 (of mistakes in prosody).
tri phudra three blunders, 2111 .
Compd. ¤ cú:do mharbhais [dá] pudharchoin(i.e.wolves),
60 ITS v 134.17 .

púdar n o,m.(Eng. loan-word ?) powder (in various senses):cor
scribadur . . . a pudur mullach na cnoc in the dust, Maund. 22 .
do mín ┐ do phughdar onorach`excellent flour', Marco P. 166 .
Freq. in med. texts:dena pudar de, Rosa Ang. 96.18 .pudar
65orda Golden Powder(name of a remedy), 144.3 .púdar deasgaid
fína powdered wine-lees, O'Gr. Cat. 180.8 . Gunpowder :cona
n-ordanas, cona bpúdar, FM v 1662.7 .secht fichit bairille
púdair, vi 2012.3 .

púdarlach n m. amorose,surly person (used of both sexes).an
70Éigean, | púdarlach ó ló an chéidfhir, Measgra D. 74.18 =
Duan. Finn ii 58 § 5 (`a surly wretch').púdarlach brúidhte mar
Shaidhbh, O'Bruad. i 72.9 .

pudrach adj o, ā. (pudar) (a) hurtful,mischievous :pecadha
pudracha, MR 168.10 .
75(b) blundering,faulty :co nach be in gres glephudrach so
that the work be not manifestly faulty
, Auraic. 2048 .

pudraige n f.(abstr. frompudrach) hurtfulness :pudhair dá
pudraighe however hurtful, Measgra D. 52.28 (poem by
Maolmhuire Ó Huiginn, 16th cent.).

80 púdráil n f.(púdar)the act ofpowdering :feoil fliuch arna pudrail
`moist meat powdered' (i.e.sprinkled with salt), Rosa Ang.
264.4 (=carnes humidae et salitae).

pugin n somepartof abalance(forweighing)? scaoilter pain la
pugin puncern, Corm. Y 397 =promthair p. ¤ la pugin puin-
85cern, 1052 . Seepuincern.

? puigne: n machae .i. puigne, Fél.² lxxxii (gl.Patricc Machae,
May 28 ); perhaps intended forGr.μάχη(ς)and Lat.pugnae, as
Stokes suggests.