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adbchlos 1 pomp, vainglory 2In good sense glory, praise , fame
admolad Act of praising; great praise; In ref. to literary compositions act of eulogising; eulogy, praise-poem
anmholadh excessive (or false) praise
dímolta excessive praise , vainglory (?)
formolad 1 praising; praise , eulogy; panegyrics 2in gramm. the superlative degree 3in prosody, f. filed augmentation, techn. term for addition of a syllable to the end of a word
1 glé 1 clear, plain, evident; Fig. famous (?); Of intellect clear-headed (?); good, pleasing; bright, clear, pure, or intensive utter, com- plete (cf. similar use of Eng. `sheer').; clear speech; clear-melodious; very vehement; clearly betraying; pure falsehood; loud lamentation; evidently right; very daring; clear dawn; bright-hued; free will; bare back; very dreadful; brilliant; pure white; pure white, absolutely clean; clear authority; completely bare; the very middle; utterly mad (?); utter decay (?); quick decay; clear praise; stark-naked; manifest blunder; manifestly blundering; a fair division; clear grace (?); heartily; pierced through; utterly destroys 2 clearness, brightness; a clearing of errors
imlúad 1act of stirring up, stirring, moving, setting in motion (trans.); hawking 2 act of moving, moving about (intrans.); movement, activity, exertion; activity 3act of wielding weapons, hurling missiles 4 act of driving trans.; Of driving cattle; Intrans. careering 5act of agitating, harassing (used esp. of demoniac influence or possession); agitation of mind, anxiety 6act of bringing into action, effecting, exercising; action, performance; dexterity ?7 act of putting forward (a proposition), advancing (a proposal); a proposal, a proposition 8act of telling, discussing, mentioning, praising; praise
3 in-, 1 capable of being claimed; capable of acting as surety; fit to offer Mass; suitable for the offering of Mass; capable of giving battle; able to argue; fit for ploughing; arable land; capable of bearing arms; worthy of being recounted or men- tioned; fit to travel, capable of walking; As epithet of a messenger; capable of being recognised or acknowledged; capable of acting as a surety; fit to be in- habited; fit for a ghost; fit for (use as) a razor; fit for military service; liable to be bound ? liable to give a pledge or guarantee ?; `fit for a battle-field'; fit for a wedding-feast; capable of being censured, blame- worthy; fit for the axe; customary; capable of being, fit to be; fit for food ?; like a bow; capable of taking part in a conflict; fit to be reaped; eatable, proper to be eaten; capable of being cast; able to fight; worth fighting for ?; marriageable; worthy to be bought ?; capable of (committing) an offence ? responsible ?; able to help; worthy of protection; able to restrain or resist ?; capable of being traversed on foot; worthy of note; able to fight, a match (for); worthy of being boasted of; comparable; comparable; capable of giving combat, a match (for); fit to mate with, marriageable; fit to be to- gether with; comparable with Cc.; proper to be kept, to be held; able to defend; to be dwelt (in); capable of being sold, liable to be sold ?; fit for the yoke, marriageable; to be put, proper to be put, comparable; fit to be compared with Corc; fit to join a company (of warriors), able to fight; proper, peculiar; `giftworthy'; courteous, gallant; capable of being made, (proper) to be made, capable of performing; to be forgotten, for- gettable; resembling a pin ?; unlucky, unfortunate; (proper) to be gone, able to go, traversable; fit to perform feats, fit for military service; suitable for horse-contests ?; capable of wisdom; necessary; capable of valiant deeds; liable to be paid (as éric); suitable for tillage; to be refused; fit for military ser- vice, capable of efficient action; As subst. `service due to a chief'; fit to be a warrior; capable of watching over; capable of giving valid evidence'; fit for a poet; marriageable; fit for a prince; chief-becoming; fit for an outlaw; capable of being inhabited; a habitable residence; capable of inheriting family land; to be waited for, worthy to be waited for; endurable, permissable; to be main- tained; fit to be taken, (liable) to be taken; to be captured; worthy of acceptance; Of a prayer, to be recited; sick, diseased; fit to be named; fit for manure; tallowy; fit to be accepted as a pledge; later worthy, excellent:; capable of (warlike) action; capable of work; worthy of censure, blameworthy; `to be sought for'; fit to drink; able to pay; curable; proper to be inflicted; fit to contend with; fit to row upon; fit to set out, ready to set out; capable of being traversed; (a wound) requiring a tent; by trans- ference, the person on whom such a wound has been inflicted; a milch-cow, a cow in milk ?; fit for a hero, heroic; capable of bearing a calf ?; curable, able to profit by the treatment of a leech; curable; excusable; lion-like; profitable ?; capable of maintaining; fit to float on a lake; blame- worthy ?; worthy to receive a reward; worthy to be boasted of (see moídem); sea-worthy, fit to go to sea; (capable of) intoxicating; worthy of praise; teachable (?); marriageable; worthy of a warrior (of a woman, marriageable, attractive (?): of a man, manly); warrior-like; fit for an assembly, festive (of attire); drinkable, ready to be drunk; curable, able to benefit from medical treatment; capable of making an alliance; capable of marrying; visible; fit to be men- tioned, proper to be said, noteworthy; capable of undertaking suretyship'; fit to run; kingly, fit for a king; fit for kingship, eligible for kingship; worthy to be calculated; fit to be divided; fit to be trusted; like a knife ?; fit for separating, to be separated; fit to be strained ?; capable of hunting; suitable for seed ?, favourable to growth ?; worthy of peace, able to be reconciled; able to walk; able to fight, fit for military service; significant, worth mentioning; fit to be bound; fit for swimming in; able to bring happiness or good fortune; fit to be an example; capable of engaging in combat with; able to come; worthy of trust; worthy to be expounded; capable of going, to be gone, (fit) to be tra- versed; capable of severity ?, capable of giving battle ? (see 2 tend); able to emulate, to be desired, worthy to be loved; acceptable; permissable ?; worth coming; desirable; able to weigh; fit to contend; worthy to be sought after; fit for a journey; fit for sick-attendance 2 to be sued for; to be feared; fit to be reckoned, con- siderable; to be waited; habitable; proper to be; to be taken; to be considered; able to fight; to be disparaged; to be censured; fit to give battle; to be corrected; blameworthy; to be checked; equally to be esteemed ?; to be observed, to be kept; to be compared; credible, trustworthy; to be visited; to be put; capable of fighting; to be condemned; to be done, fit to be done; fit for the spreading of a couch in; to be blamed; fit to be cast, capable of being cast; to be expelled ?; (or perhaps under (a) fit to be enslaved; to be gone; to be feared; to be consented to; worthy to be looked at; to be accepted, acceptable; to be taken; acceptable; acceptable; requiring to be removed ?; irremovable; moveable; to be called; to be invoked; to be sought for; to be inflicted; edible; to be spoken; fit for lying on; legible; to be let, to be loosed; to be followed, to be pursued; worthy to be mentioned; (worthy) to be treasured ?; fit to be killed; capable of intoxicating; to be compared, to be thought likely, conceivable; worth boasting of; praiseworthy, commendable, requiring to be praised; capable of being taught; to be revealed; to be refused; to be said, capable of being said; to be subdued or disciplined; capable of being travelled; fit to be made king; to be avoided; `fit to be dwelt in'; to be considered; to be given; capable of being compared; (worthy) to be trusted; to be avoided; to be brought, to be given, to be applied or ascribed; to be understood
láes praise , poem of praise
láesech subjects, lit. praise- giving
lán 1 full, full (of), filled (with); whole, complete; covered with2the full, complement, whole; Of full moon, full tide etc.; full tide; subject of praise; cynosure; abundance, plenty; much of, many
2 lí praise
molad 1 the act of praising; praise 2 a song of praise; a panegyric 3 approbation, approval; decision, fiat (late); adjudication 4gramm. an adjective
molbthach 1 praiseworthy; praised, extolled, famed; belauded 2 giving praise; exultant?; paeans (?)
molta praised, lauded; To be praised, worthy of praise
mór, már 1 big, great; blustering (?); a great while; a great thing, in Glosses used adverbially = greatly; beyond counting; great = mighty, famous 2a great amount, a great deal (many); very often 3 greatly, to a great extent; especially; more and more 4 it is not (too) much for me, I require, I ought to (have, do); I think it much, excessive; I think much of, esteem, value, etc.; I think much (highly) of:; very little, hardly at all; almost; it is not much that (if) . . . = scarcely, hardly; almost; not more = nor . . . either; not more than, only 5a great battle; great guilt, a great crime; strong ale; a great birth (child, scion); a great circuit; as adv. (absolute or with i n-) all round, about; great Easter; big-headed; pro- lific 6 very; very great; much greater; the great battler; sluggards; very valiant; of mighty deeds; deserving much praise; great-billowed; bearing great (? many) apples
nemnall Intonation, chanting or hymnody in religious worship?; heavenly or divine praise; a hymn or anthem
2 so, su 1 good . . ., excellent; well; comeliness; affability, ease of address; a good fosterage, upbringing; a good request, suit, claim; eloquence; an eloquent man, an orator; good counsel; a noble place; a favourable reply; good fosterage; good smell, fragrance; a healthy limb; a good action, a noble deed; a good or skilful speaker; pleasantness of speech; good fame; cheerfulness; the act of stirring up effectively; charity; joyful step; good determination or settlement?; easy or successful warfare; good counsel; good success, good fortune; docility; a good or proper retinue; good material; successful strife; a strong fortress; inhabitant of a sid; act of seeing well, of observing care- fully; great attention; a good witness; act of making flexible; act of holding well, firmly; great wisdom; act of praising; a pleasant name; pride, spiritedness; good man- ners, custom, usage; good works, virtuous acts; eloquence; great love; good degree or rank; good drinking- round; good speech, eloquence; good habitation; good speech, eloquence; eloquence; a good warrior; a brave troop; beauty; mortality; a good disposition; great honour, respect, glory; good entertainment, hospitality; good surety; good law; act of smoothing out, making easy; good or lucky sign; good peace (?); fine weather; a good or brave host; good instruction; a good speaker, an advocate; sharpness 2 good, fit for, worth; ease, facility, possibility; affable, sociable; easily known, intelligible, recognizable; easily inhabited; in good milk (of a cow); rich in cattle; worthy of love, lovable; well-born?; docile, easily instructed or governed; capable, effective; conversable, sociable; prosperous, successful; handsome; lovable; comely, handsome; visible; easily avenged (?); easily satisfied, requited; easy to know or follow; easily seen, visible; visible; easy to see; of good teaching; ready at call, easy of access; well-bred, sociable; of good degree or rank; lovely; of good degree or rank; atten- tive to prayer; easily yoked, submissive; easily wielded; easily changed or turned; easily traversable; palpable; dexterous; good shearing, yielding much wool; abiding, permanent; intoxicating; well bound; good to drink; fair to see; kindly, affable; easily bound; enveloping; docile, teachable; fair-sided; intelligible; intelligible; easily persuaded, gullible 3 fair-spoken, affable; desirable; of good means, affluent, liberal; easily reckoned; very honorable; habitable; habitable; well nourished, well fed.; subject to death, mortal; easily brought; having good manners or morals; pliant, accommodating, gentle; easily moved; very fine; very strong, mighty; brittle; cheerful, glad; easily stirred up or provoked; very grateful; easily struck; very good, excellent, choice; very friendly; lovable, amiable, friendly, kind; easily loved, attractive; easily changed; easily fulfilled; giving good counsel (susceptible of advice?); capable of making a valid contract; easily fatigued; credulous, believing; easily believed; good- hearted, kind; mobile, agile; well shaped, beautiful; shapely, comely; easily done, practicable; easily seen; easily digested; easily thrown, suitable for hurl- ing; very lively, spirited; prone to error, easily mistaken; easily distinguished; fit to look at, pleasing; easily seen, visible; easily bent, pliable; pliable, easily folded; easily emptied; very glad, cheerful; endurable; easily handled, managed; easily accepted (?); well grazed; well born; spirited, proud; vulnerable (?); easily moved, movable; having good manners (?), sociable (?); very pure; of good deeds, bene- ficent, virtuous; easily wounded, vnlnerable; very loving; lovable, pleasing; easily entreated; easily handled, palpable; easily handled; easily handled, manageable; excellent handiwork, dex- terity; easily brought down; legible; easily wounded; luxurious, wanton; very wide, spacious; well prepared; well polished or whetted; easily forgiven, venial; easily forgiven; very beautiful; mortal; easily deceived, beguiled, enticed; in good spirits, cheerful, courageous; intoxicating; very honourable; desir- able; easy to praise; laudable, praise- worthy; easily corrupted; palpable, tangible; perishable, mortal; teachable (?); accommodating, agreeable; dissoluble; excitable (?); easily satisfied, moderate, reason- able; very loving; easily travelled; easily dissolved or annulled; docile, teachable; easily turned; easily assailable; very lament- able; easily pierced or pene- trated; cor- ruptible; easily understood, intelli- gible; caus- ing to stumble, slippery; inducing a fall, leading into error; well prepared, thoroughly ready 4 ennobles; arranges dexterously, adjusts; smoothes
teist 1a witness, one capable of giving evidence; `witnesses'; witnesses 2 evidence (in legal sense); In wider sense testimony, witness, proof; seeking proof; account, description (frequ. with tuarascbáil); commendation, praise; fame, reputation
tesmailt 1 habits, characteristics, peculiarities (in sg. and pl.) 2 praise , eulogy
testas 1 testimony, witness 2 praise , fame, reputation
tuirem 1act of enumerating, recounting, telling, relating; num- ber, account, list 2 lament, dirge, threnody; dirge; ? Of a song of praise