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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.?).

5 putrall n ā,f. g s. putairle(by metathesis <putraille); later also
o,m. púdrall(g s. -aill), IGT Dec. § 11.42 (p. 54 z) . A word of
uncertain meaning, apparentlyashagorfringeofhair: prob.
used of the hair surrounding or below thecrown .puttrall .i
. . . petar-sill .i. ar a silliud for Petar apstal, Corm. Y 1061
10(prob. an allusion to the Petrine tonsure, in which a fringe of
hair encircled the crown).púttrall .i. gruag . . . go bpúttral-
laibh .i. go ngruagaibh dubha, O'Cl. (but the p. ¤ might be
of any colour).putrall maile duibe for cach n-ae, TBC2
2835 (i.e.black hair below a bald crown?).putrall findliath
15forchas fair, Aisl. MC. 115.35 (of a cleric).slemnaigim mo
putraill, 122.26 .mac . . . co putrall óic ētruim, IT iii 73 § 31 .
do mhala lúbdhonn . . . púdrall chlann ccaomh os a cinon,
IGT Dec. ex. 458 (i.e.a fringe over the forehead?).pl. pudralla
gerra garba Lism.L. 4568 (of monks).tríar . . . co putrallaib
20imgerra urardda, LL 268a1 = MU 38 z .a tarrung a los a
putrull dragging them by the hair, Laws v 208.27 .
Transf. of theshagofcloth,etc.: ba comdub re gual in blai
futairlli do boí fair, Acall. 6639 (`shaggy mantle', Stokes).
tuighnech phutairle forro co formnaib a ngualann, Acall.
25 3745 ,cf. tuignech futairli, 5028 ;t. futairlli, 6017 :`a robe' . . .
`shag cloaks' . . . `a shag cape'
, O'Gr. ( SG ii 198 , 223 , 240 ).

putte n apit,hollow ?puttea putteo [= Lat.puteo].i. cuthe,
Corm. Y 1060 . See2 pit.