anúain

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n f. (2 úain) = 1 anbúain: do-chuaidh aingeal let anuain `thy angel helps thee in thy hour of stress', Aithd. D. 11.19 . [mó] re mbean olc ná uaisle / rer fhear ort don anuainse, 7.21 . d'uain nó [d' anuain ?], DDána 5.5 . [anuain ?] a n-aisgidh a-niodh, / [anuaill ?] ghaisgidh na nGaoidhiol `misfortune inflicted to no purpose', O'Hara 3557 . Colum nar ḟaem anuain who did not accept defeat(?), Gorm. Sept. 2 (`who accepted no great leisure(?)'). Adv. dar gabad he co hanuain ` untimely ', Fen. 350.18 .