Iúd(a)ide

Cite this: eDIL s.v. Iúd(a)ide or dil.ie/29202

pn io, iā, In O. and Mid. Ir. always used substantivally and, in O.Ir. glosses, in sg. only. (For pl. see iúdei above). In Donlevy somet. with dental inflection.

As subst., a Jew: basa iudide ó écosc `I was a Jew in appearance,' Wb. 10d34 . dar cenn ind iudidi `on behalf of the Jew,' Wb. 2a4 . a iudidi `O Jew,' 1d21 . in n-iudide di a denum (gl. cogentem) `the Jew to do it,' Ml. 86a5 . brethemain gúbretaig na nIúdaide, LU 2218. naco cūala Crīst do chrochad do Iudaidib, Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 8 § 11. ro hesreideth Iudaidi fon mbith, Lism. L. 42. ... da sgeithid amach na hIúduighe, na Turcaigh ..., Donlevy ix 16 . air nós na nIúdaigheadh, x 5 . gur thoirmisg sé ... air na hIúdaighibh, 58.1 . adhbhar oilbhéime do thabhairt do na hIuduigheadhuibh, 124.11 . ní ghnathuighid na hIudaighe na Samaritánuigh, John iv 9. smuaineadar na Híudaidhe easean do mharbhadh, v 18 . Iuduidhe dháirighthe a certain Jew, Acts xviii 2 .

As adj. Jewish: leis an gcine Iúdaidhe, Keat. ii 5375. na nApsdol agus an chinidh Iúduighe uile, Donlevy 130.8 .