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purgóit n i,f.(Lat.purgatio)apurgation; apurgative (common
85in med. texts).purgoit, Lec. Gl. 277 .purgoid, Rosa Ang.
288.13 .purcoid, 204.7 .n p. purgoidi glanas linn ruadh, 36.3 .
(Fig.)purgóid spioradálta(of confession), MacAingil 172.8 .
lé purgóidibh persecution ┐ buaidheartha, TSh. 8416 .

purgóidiugad n m.(mod.) purging,purgation (med. term):an
corp do phurgoidiughadh, 23 K 42,14.23 .

5 purpuir n i,f.andpurpur o,m.(Lat.purpura, purpureus; late
learned loan-word, the older deriv. beingcorcur,corcra).
(a)thecolour purple(orcrimson?): corccra dath an inair sin
.i. purpuir a ainm, PH 2861 . Asadj.:edachpurpur , Fl. Earls
198.12 .g s.(as adj. = purple )étdachp urpuri(leg. purpuir),
10 Maund. 16 .cliabh do scaltaibh purpair, BNnÉ 74 § 136 .
brat purpair, John xix 2 .rígh na róbadh bpurpuir(=purpurei
reges), TSh. 7867 .
(b) purple clothorraiment :sróll . . . nó purpuir fána chneas,
TSh. 4216 .purpuir síoda, Luke xvi 19 .

15 pus n o,m. pus, IGT Dec. § 96.17 .Alip(generally in contemp-
tuous sense):gach uile phus meabhlach, Psa. xii 3 .n p. puis,
ib. 4 .pussa na mbréug, xxxi 18 .da mbéid na puis diosgaoilte,
23 K 42,192.10 . Seepuisín.

pusach adj o, ā. (pus) `havingprominent lips,pouting ' Dinn.
20 Pilib p. ¤ ` thick-lipped ', Caithr. Thoirdh. 128.21 .

pút (? put) n m. ablock,stump ?lecu phuit dar pundaind, IT iii 82
§ 64 (phuint v.l.) =leccu phūit, Bruchst. i § 64 ; `die Seite eines
Klotzes (?
)', Meyer, who suggests derivation from O.N.bútr
`block' or W.pwt`stump'.

25 ? putar: ind puteo.i. brenaim.Unde diciturputar .i. brenta,
Corm. Y 1060 ; prob. intended for Lat.putor.

putraic(potraic,puitric) n f. avesselorbottlefor containing
liquor :putraic .i. poit ricc .i.potus regisbis inte, Corm. Y
1069 .puitric .i. buidél, O'Cl.puitric no ibead, Met. Dinds.
iii 532.19 .n du. dā puitric dec, ib. 18 .ron-ōl a daif diar
puitric, ZCP vii 305.28 (B. na f.).pl. línsat a potricce, LB
142a4 . ?usce na potraicce, 141b31 (g p.?).