aipgigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipgigid or dil.ie/1569

Forms: aipigid, apaigid

v (apaig). Also aipigid, apaigid.

(a) becomes ripe, matures: ni apgitet toirthi, Arch. iii 315.29 . an uair . . . abuidheas an cháor, Is. xviii 5 . intan aipgiges a sotha ina bruinn when its offspring matures, CCath. 4143 . nír abaigh a feoil nā ḟuil fa Eóin, ZCP viii 562.11 . uasal d'aibigh ó ríghthibh é `a noble sprung from kings', E. O'Rahilly 42.17 . réilteann d'aibigh d'fuil Éibhir Fhinn `a star sprung from the blood of E.F.', 23 . bláth ar n-olc sul aibghigheas, DDána 11.15 .

(b) ripens (trans.): aibidhit na ranna neime sin tortha, RC xxiv 379.1 . a cur ar na nescóidib ┐ aipighidh ┐ brisidh iatt(t) `it brings them to a head and makes them break', O'Gr. Cat. 228.5 . mesruidhi se in fliuchaidacht, ┐ aipighi, Rosa Ang. 88.z . is ed aibgiges a mbescna do chach (aipgidhes v.l.), Auraic. 351 = aipcidhius, 2712 .