n (brath) great treachery: ní raibhe a fhis ag B. O C.
do bheith a n-a.¤ do no gur derbh fein a a.¤
`B. did not know
that O'C. was acting treacherously towards him until he himself
proved his treachery',
ALC ii 410.19
. nā bīodh sibh a n-
anbhrath dhaoibh fén `be not untrue to yourselves',
. gan chogadh . . . gan anbhrath,
. in ngeubhthaoí síth gan anbhrath ?
ITS v 154.z