anapaig

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adj (apaig)

(a) unripe (of fruit etc.): acasia .i. sugh na n-airnedh anabaidh, RC ix 243.2 . ba hanabaid cech torad díb, Ériu iv 140.1 . amhuil theilgeas an crann fíge a úbhla anabuidh, Rev. vi 13 . premature, abortive (of birth): Concobhar anabaidh, FM iv 772.3 .

(b) premature, untimely (of death of a person): tiagait báas na.¤ .i. gairte sáiguil, Wb. 11d12 . o bhás obann anabaidh, Parrth. Anma 4096 . ēc a.¤ , Arch. Hib. ii 84 § 26 . an oidheadh anabaidh . . . tucadh for thighearna cloinne A.B., FM v 1676. y . an líon do dheachatar d'oidhedhaibh anaipche, vi 1998.21 . oidead oirlig anabaid / is a gcolna do chrochad, LB 276a60 .

(c) Of wounds fresh, recent: na luibhe . . . a[g] gabail na crecht nua n-urda n-anabaid, ZCP x 308.6 . ? mosbaim fuil anabaid, LL 13804 .

(d) In more general sense awful, terrible, etc. : tarla dhamsa feilbheart anabaidh do dhéanamh, mar atá mo dhalta . . . do mharbhadh `a dreadful act of treachery', Keat. ii 5278 . i spingc anabaidh i.e. a sheer precipice, Mart. Don. June 3 . an roinn dár ghabhadair greim | ba roinn anabaigh d’Éirinn 'the division whereby they took control was an unfortunate one for Ireland ' Celtica xii 130 § 1 .

Adv. agá n-ól go híotmhar anabaigh, TSh. 6972 .