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aittreb(th)aid

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n i (ad-treba) inhabitant: aitribthid na cathrach, Sg. 57b3 . ho aitribthid gl. ab inhabitatore, Ml. 17b7 . aitribthidi ind nime, 70a11 . huanaib aitrebthidib acrisiondaib, Sg. 32b6 . aittrebthaid in dithrubá, SR 6292 . aittrebthaige na slebti, Alex. 433 . uile attrebthaide na cathrach, LL 220b41 ( TTr. 270 ). an innsi cona haitreabhthaib, Lism. L. 1071 .

Also used to translate Lat. possessor: gaibit inna pronomina aittrebthacha engraic anmæ dílis ind aitrebthado gl. in quo possessor ostenditur, Sg. 200b10 . ond rainn . . . ind aitrebthado gl. parte possessoris, 198a13 , 12 , 17 .

anac(c)ar(th)ach

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adj o, ā (anacair?) stubborn, obstinate, pitiless (?): óccbaidh ainnsercc ainmin anacardach, CCath. 5381 . in t-atach ainmin anaccarrach, ZCP vi 293.35 . fear urlam anacarach, TTebe 669 . fer . . . calma, athlom, ocla, anacarach, 2558 . re hAccamas n-anacarach do Grecaib, 3111 . Adv. ba haicher ainmin anacarthach ainseircc ro feradh in caitgleo sin, CCath. 6007 . roopair-sium co hacgarb ┐ co hanacarach (haracarrach v.l.) in maccoem, TTebe 2524 . dorith si co hainmin anacarrach (of a horse), ZCP vi 290.21 . As subst. ba h-anaccarthach imgona ba tene aradna, TFerbe 311 .

anmothaig(th)ech

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adj (mothaigthech): gurub anmothuighach in feith sin ` insensible ', Rosa Angl. 318.16 .

arthraig(th)ech

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adj o, ā (cf. arthraigid(ir)) apparent, evident: mairidh in colunn annsin ┐ tainic do re dini risb' artraigech (sic leg., Plummer MS notes) uire laeg do beith innte. muna mairind in colunn itir ┐ ni tainic do re dini ris (sic leg., Plummer MS notes) bu artraigech uire laeg do beith innte (dispute as to whether a cow was in calf or not), O'Curry 536 (H 3.18, 265b) = artraidhach . . . artradhach, 654 (ib. 317 ). ma ro bi amuig re re ris bu artradhach a hinnlaegais nocho nictar ni ann . . . maine raib imuigh re [re] ris bu hartradhach a hinnlaegus uirre, ibid. `i.e. there comes a time when the pregnancy of the cow is obvious; this time is a `ré díni', a period of protection (sic), because it releases the vendor from his guarantee', Plummer MS notes. in galar buna[id] . . . nocha nartreigtech and fo cedoir conad artraighech and iardain, O'Curry 1104 (H 3.18, 447b) = nocha nairtraighach .i. follus, O'D. 803 (H 3.17, c. 575-6). ? aspert co mbeith go hartraigtech (artraigech v.l.) dogres i cCluain Iraird an galar, BNnÉ 306 § 24 (`gouty' < Lat. arthriticus, Plummer MS notes).

broic(th)enach

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n [ā, f.] (brocc) badger-warren, haunt of badgers : co tísdaís [na bruic] asa mbroicthenaigh amach, Cóir Anm. 239. teit C. don brocenaig . . . lotar tra na bruicc imach, Corm. 23 = Corm. Y 685. Cf. broc i mbroithinisg (brochdanuis, v.l.), ITS i 10.17 .

See bruicnech.

carthuig(th)eóir

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n (cairigid): carthuigheoir, no eligheoir, no agraightheoir plaintiff , Luc. Fid. 4145 .

clúm(th)ach

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adj o, ā (clúm) downy, soft; hairy : nír ghab édach clúmhach ná bog uime, SG 16.18 . cneas clumhach fionnfadhach do bhí ag Esau, Eochairsg. 60.27 . amhuil éudach clumhthach (of Esau), Gen. xxv 25 . clúmhach, molach, garbh, Eg. Gl. 115 . As epithet: Caiseal Clúmach rí Lochlann, CF² 11 .

1 coilc(th)ech, colc(th)ach

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Forms: colcach, coilcech, coilcech

n = colcaid. colcach coilcech f., IGT Decl. § 12 . tárgud amra . . . do cholcthechaib ┐ brothrachaib, LU 11044 . co raimdetar úammand a cholcthech fái, TBC-LL¹ 109 . coilcech, TBC St. 1977 . dobreth colctach fo a toeb ┐ brothrach tairrsi, IT ii1 179.162 . colcach chlúimh, IGT Decl. ex. 595 . na bpeall gclaon is na gcolcthach, Measgra D. 45.18 . coilctheacha cottalta, Hugh Roe² 22.25 . colcach no colcaidh .i. leaba, O'Cl.

1 colp(th)ach

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Forms: calpach, calptach

n ā, f. (colp(th)ae) yearling heifer (c.¤ ḟirenn yearling bull(ock)): sēt gabla . . . dartait firend ┐ colpac[h] bonend, nō colpach (colpdac, MS.) firend ┐ dartaid boinend, Corm. Y 209 . méit chori cholbthaige cechtar a dá glune, LU 6952 (BDD). teoir colp[d]acha firenna, Críth G. 371 (colpacha, colp̄dai, MSS.). imtoin[g] colpdaig nó a lóg, 42 . commet re colptaig mbliadne, RC xxvi 136 § 10 . airigh feada: . . . colpach ina ngablaib a c.¤ as a fine for cutting . . . , Laws iv 146.23 . colpach ocht scribuill . . . colpach se screpoll, v 172.2 , 4 Comm. ina gcolpacha no ina samaisce ro gadagh iat ┐ ina mbuaib mora ro haibreadh iat, O'Curry 2157 ( Eg. 88, 4 ). dairt cethri screpaill ┐ colpach ocht screpaill, ┐ samaisc da screpall dec, O'Curry 1266 ( H 3.18, 513 ). i cind trí mbliadan . . . laígh na cétbliadna, samaisc iat isin bliadhain dédenaigh ┐ laígh na bliadna medonaighe colbpada [iat] isin bliadhain dédhenaigh ┐ laigh na bliadna dedenaige dairti iat i cinn na bliadna sin, O'D. 930 - 1 ( H 3.17, 658b ). ag cach dini dairt ┐ colpach ┐ samaisc, 930 (ibid.). samaisci ┐ colpacha . . . .i. minchethra, Laws i 190.7 Comm. colpdach . . . nó a llóg isí unga chána domnaig insin, Ériu ii 208 § 30 . acolbthach acendach ndaim (as term of contempt), IT iii 69 § 12 . calpach gl. juvenca, Ir. Gl. 164 . calptach gl. bínna, 162 . damogam .i. tarb ar aicmi bethi . . . colpthach firenn ar aicmi . . . muine, BB 311a12 . lailiucha na colpacha ina ré (of a good king), CF 73.9 . colpach bhainnean, Numbers xix 2 . `colluid, colpach, seachbhuidh, a heifer, a cow', Eg. Gl. 187 . Applied to an older beast: colpach thri mblíadhan d'aóis, Gen. xv 9 . In sobriquet: Mac Cuirr na cColpthach, AFM ii 1110.3 .

c.¤ trín calf worth one-third of full-grown cow: tri colpthacha trin ar boin, Ir. Recht 13 § 14 n.9 . colpach trin bó, O'D. 245 ( H 3.17, 197 ). Cf. colp[ta] trín ┐ da cholpthaigh cethraime, Ériu xiii 45.13 .

By extension: colpach capuill `a colt', AU iii 310.17 . calpach doim (of a deer), Acall. 6712 v.l.

See leth compds.

comdlú(th)ta

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part. of comdlútha(ig)id. compressed, condensed : .vii. cneslénti (sic leg.) . . . clártha comdlúta, LU 6413 (TBC). cathair caem comhdlutha, KMMisc. 316.2 . imdha comdluthta `an enclosed bed', Ériu viii 121.18 . In military contexts: atcumsctha comdluti na catha, Cog. 196.29 . ina cipe comdluta cobsaid, Ann. Conn. 1256.6 . Of wooden artifacts: soidhech do claraib comdluthta `closely-joined', Marco P. 65 . clárdhroichet comhdhluta, AFM vi 1896.7 .

1 cud (-th)

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Forms: caut

n o. Also caut (Lat. caput with loss of p, Goid. 81 ). Expld. as head : descud . . . cind .i. des don c[h]. .i. don chind īatside, quia fit c.¤ .i. cend, Corm. Y 471 . c.¤ .i. cenn, Goid. 75 § 4 (Dúil Laithne). caut .i. cenn, H 3.18, 67b7 . `cudh' (add. nó cuth, v.l.) cenn, Metr. Gl. 31 § 62 . cudh no cuth .i. ceann, O'Cl. c.¤ na ciuili (.i. cenn na luingsi), ZCP v 487 § 12 (B. na f.). foxladh do ch.¤ re curach .i. delu[ghu]dh cinn re coloinn, 488 § 5 (B. na f.). fethol chuid Ailinne `the shape of A.'s head', RC xiii 222.43 . Preceded by prepp. in B. na f.: ōs a cīn .i. os cut cend a leabhair, ZCP v 483 § 4 = os cudh (.i. ceann) a cín, iii 378.10 . scéinti [míl mbec] lea hanail ho ch.¤ head first (?), in the end (?), LU 10599 ( CCC 5 § 5 ).

doaittreb(th)a

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adj (aittreb) uninhabitable: co fuil an talam arna foghail a secht rannaib .i. a tri dib-so aitreaba ┐ a cethri doaitreaba, 23 P 10, 42a22 .

doig(th)ech

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Forms: doighech, doighthech

n (daig) coll. sharp pains, pangs: re doightech na narann, 23 K 42, 156.5 . doighech doighthech, IGT Decl. § 22 . a troigheach dár cind um chló | mó lim a doighech do Dhia. Do mhaithfedh sé an troighech toll | 's gidh é doighech na ndernann (troightheach . . . doightheach, v.l.), ex. 798 , 799 .

fu(i)th(a)irbe

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Forms: fuithribi

n , f. a (man-made) ridge, an embankment around a house; a furrow ( BBCS xxvi 445-46 ); a piece of land, cleared scrub-land (?) ; apparently of limited extent and perhaps enclosed, used of area but also to estimate distance ' Laws Gloss. foithirbe .i. imaire no gort no achadh, H 3.18, p.62a ( O'Curry 80 ). crui .i. fothirbi tire ib. H 3.18 p.386 ( O'Curry 851 ). i futhairbe (.i. i crich no i ferand), IT ii2 226 . teóra fuithairbi on tig ... issin chetna fuitherbe ... ind ḟuithairbe tanaise LU 8251 ff . ( FB 20 ). díchuirid na diberga o brudin sechtair dar teóra fuithairbi, LU 7901 ( BDD 149 ). bit lir ... fér for faichthi ... for lethchind ... iarna scaíliud do fóna fuithairbi, LU 7236 ( BDD 89 ; v.l. fuithribi Y, fuithrib D). fothirbi Snitheni ata i ndorus Dermaige `S.'s field' Trip. 82.2 (889) . go nach roibhi aird na fan no fothoirbi ... nár bo coimreill ... do chach, RC xxi 400 . sruth ... eter gach da futhirphi, xi 130.2 . rolin na futhorbe imbe do caindiubur ZCP xii 402.1 . trí fothirbi Hérenn, Triads 56 .

In Laws Comm. used in expression : foltach f.¤ a man who is qualified by land but not by stock: in foltach fuithribe .i. is i folaid bis aice in tir bis fae, Laws iii 142.14 . foltach fuithruime, 150.2 f.¤ fuithribi, v 80.10 . cāin fuithribe (name of a law-text) iii 60.4 Comm ., called : leabhar na fuithrime, H 3.18, p.151 ( O'Curry 278 ). The form : fuithribe suggests derivation from fo and treb `dwelling' but Mac Mathúna, BBCS xxvi 446 , suggests that this is a metathesized form and that the word is a compound of 1 airbe.

As n.l.? cf. secht n-escoip fothairbe more, LL 374a56 = fothorbi, LB 24 . See Onom.

lep(th)achas

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n o, m. (lepaid) act of going to bed (in sexual sense), lying down; sleeping place: is esconn is étriathach / in leptachus lanamhnus / . . . / fri mnaí mir, LL 386a47 . luighe ná longad ná leapachas, Comp. CC 106.16 . do bi a luighe ┐ a lepthachus ider imdaid Ailella ┐ Meadba, Celt. Rev. iv 112.3 . nír fhedsad a cur do lathair a leptachais `from where she lay' (of a cow), 106.x .

lu(i)th

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n (-ú-?) door, gate(?) (see under lúithe): tellach duine tar a luith, Laws v 210.5 . tar in comlaid, 25 Comm . dul tar dun, 474.11 .i. tar a luth, 476.13 Comm .

sídaig(th)id

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Forms: sidaigthig

n [i, m.] (sídaigid) a peacemaker, mediator, reconciler : fuacarthaid ┐ forcetlaid cecha fírinde, sithaigid Dé ┐ dóine, Ísu Crist, PH 5776 . sidaigthig, 7828 . fuacarthaidh cecha maithiusa, sídhuighi (sic) Dé ┐ dáine, Lism. L. 3921 .

star(th)ach

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adj o, ā (stair) storied, full of legends (?): buadh-bhrog . . . | stuama starthach (of a castle), JRSAI i 480.11 . ón ghreantaigh ghéagsdaraigh, DDána 70.14 . `of storied branches(?)', Ir. Syll. Poetry Gloss. See also starrach.

tairmesc(th)aid

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n i, m. (tairmesc) hinderer, one who prevents: tairmescthaid cecha sáibe, PH 5775 . tairmesctaid cecha maithiusa, 8108 . tairmeascaidh cecha huilc, Lism. L. 3920.

tairp(th)ech

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Forms: tairbbig, tairbech, tairpthech, tarbech

adj o, ā The -p- represents an original voiced -b-, cf. tairbbig (: chairdib), SR 5915 . tairbech, LU 1258 . TBC-LL¹ 5293 , RC xlvii 293.7 , TTr. 1960 , etc. The form tairpthech (with voiceless -p-) is frequent only in late texts, though it is found e.g. at BB 7a19 , Trip. 132.3 .

Strong, violent, vigorous, impetuous etc. : err thrent.¤ , LU 8955 . nech immeresna nach rét co tairptiuch, Ériu vii 160.3 . tri treitill thairbecha, TTr. 619 . is tarpech in mod, TBC-LL¹ 1398 . bud t.¤ in teidm, 3051 . a fhercc thuinne tairpidhe, Ériu ix 10.112 . do clochuibh tairpthecha tabhall, Stair Erc. 1481 , cf. ZCP vi 46.28 . claidmi ... tairbtecha, Cog. 160.2 . Eoghan ... tairptheach, ML 72.26 . caomh-shliocht Niuil tairipigh, Ó Bruad. i 66. sruth tairptech ... ag sileadh óna ghnúis, Ó Héodhusa 68.7. Superl. drem is treisi ┐ is tairpidhi isin doman, D IV 2, 41a39 . As subst. : atá sund | in tarbech sínte comlund, TFerbe 260 . ? ised tra forúair do Cír in tairptheach sin for sruth nEofraite, BB 7a19 .

? Cf. tegait go tric tairptennta ` haughtily (?).' Duan. F. i 46 § 11.

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