luchtmar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. luchtmar or dil.ie/30919

o, ā (lucht). Adj. of very frequ. occurrence with long and other words meaning ship, and in this context taken by edd. to mean laden, well-manned, capacious, etc. (usually alliterating): Noe . . . / 'na hethur l.¤ , SR 2722 . a lliburni luchtmura `roomy', CCath. 3367 . long l.¤ lánḟairsing, 168 . rob luam loingsi luchtmhaire `well-laden', BR² 154.6 . in long luchtmur, lanmor `full of men', ZCP vi 51.24 . longa luchtmura `filled with men', 284.17 . tarfas doib long l.¤ `roomy', Grail 2801 . ad luing luchtmairsi, IGT Decl. ex. 193. id luing luchtmhuir sa lán, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 233.56 . cúig longa luatha luchtmhara, Mart. Don. xxxv 5.

Also with other nouns in vaguely eulogistic sense : cuchtarthigi lethna luchtmara well-stocked(?), MU² 203. febas a lurech lainderda luchtmara, 52.10 (`capacious, ample', Gloss.). tonn luchtmhar longbháidhteach, CRR² 31 . mionn luchtmhar cloiche cuirre `well-laden crown', Seanchas Ardmhacha ii 151.25 (of roof(?) of Armagh Cathedral). 'na linntibh luchtmhara, TSh. 2076 (`abundant', Glossary). fionn- bhrugh l.¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 474.13 . gurabh luchtmhar ar n-uaigh, Atlantis iv 152.18 . Of persons: da laech lonna letarracha luchtmara `magnificent', Cog. 56.23 (numerously attended?). righ . . . luchtmur . . . longmur, Flower Cat. 355.23 . lucht- mhar díngthe dá bhur bpeacadha filled to the brim, Trompa na bhF. 267 .