attaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. attaid or dil.ie/4929

v (1 att) swells, dilates, increases: co n(n)asa .i. co nata, BCrólige 25 n.9 . do gab idhroipis . . . an t-Iruath sin cur atadur . . . a boill uile, Maund. 82 . a croidhe ina clíaph gur att till her heart burst in her bosom, KMMisc. 356.y . an taer . . . fasaidh ┐ attaidh ┐ lethnaidh, Ir. Astr. Tr. 148.13 . gur at ┐ gur eirigh in gaeth, KMMisc. 313.z . rann Cesair . . . ro att ┐ ro inboilg, CCath. 978 . go n-ataid / im chroidhe is im intinnse (of the Trinity), Aithd. D. 57.13 . ge do atadh rimsa a reacht though his fury swelled up against me, Ériu iv 216 § 15 . ní fhil eiriceacht úr ná ársa / dár at ó aimsir mhic nDé `no . . . heresy hath . . . appeared', Ó Bruad. ii 272.3 . Trans. causes to swell, distends: gur atadar eagla is fearg an ríghchéillidh, Ó Bruad. iii 16.z . gach árdmhac uabhair uasamh atus poimp `swollen high with pompous pride', ii 20.13 . attaid uair ele he `causes it to swell', Rosa Ang. 236.z .