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 substan- tivally 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 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 hIuduigh- eadhuibh, 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 .