anfainnigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. anfainnigid or dil.ie/3554

v (anfainne?) weakens, enfeebles: gach uile imar- craidh anbhfainnighios (anbainnighios, MS) ana nadúir `all superfluities which in their nature debilitate', O'Gr. Cat. 226.32 . anbaindigter an naduir on leiges, RC xlix 26.10 . maidm . . . dar ainfainnigh iat humbled them, AU iii 514.10 . roanmaindigh Día an dragun, ZCP vi 295.3 . da hanmain- neoctaig gluasacht na firmaminti, Ir. Astr. Tr. 76.9 . rohanfainnidhedh . . . na Geistedha uili, Ériu v 156. z . In intrans. sense: do anbhfainnigheadar do mhic thy sons have fainted, Is. li 20 . má anbhfainnighionn tú a ló na aindeisi if thou faint in the day of adversity, Prov. xxiv 10 .

Vn. ag anbhaindiugad na brighi, RC xlix 18.11 . do bas 'ga anmainniugud co mor, CF 890 .

Cf. anfannugud.