athmaín

Cite this: eDIL s.v. athmaín or dil.ie/4821

n (maín) With fo-ácaib leaves a remnant: an saoileann duine . . . / tar éis É. d'fholmhoghadh / . . . go bhfúigfeadh athmhaoin . . . that there would be anything left, TD 18.37 . co nár fhághbhattar athmhaoín . . . is na tíribh sin d'arbhar left no corn at all, AFM vi 1958.6 . co nár fhaccaibhsiot athmhaoin d'ór, 2038.14 . With subst. vb. etc. recovery, restitution to one's original state: ní raibhe athmhaoin na Monach on gcathsoin bheos the M. never recovered from that battle, L. Cl. A. B. 9.33 . sgeinnfid drithle uaim dom aoir / nach sirthe uaidh bhar n-athmhaoin you need not hope to recover from it, DDána 95.10 . na biadh a nathmaoin da éis, acht a marbhadh `no prospect remained for them', AFM vi 2068.1 . ro fheadadar ná biadh a n-athmaoín la húa Néll that O'N. would not spare them, v 1356.9 . ? Similarly in: clann gan athmaoin o[a] n-armaibh, Top. Poems 26.19 ( Top. Poems² 259 ). gan athmhaoin d'éis mo charad without hope, Duan. F. i 23.1 .