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1 aimnert n o (nert) lack of strength, weakness , debility: nert ┐
amnert, Corm. Y 23 . adradnacht ria n-áes ria n-amniurt
(.i. riasiu rob' amnertach), ACC 113 ( RC xx 280 ). ar cáemch-
lód aísi a hamnirt, LU 1273 . dotrat i n-amnert, SR 1750 . ri
80Laigen do beth a n-amnert mor, Ann. Conn. 1398.22 . fis
foindi no amneirt, Laws iii 270.2 Comm. siobhal is aimhneart
d'fhulang `to put up with wandering and weariness', Aithd.
D. 10.5 . Gramm. of vowels constituting the ogam digraphs
ea, oi, etc.: c'aite deochair eter a n-egumang ┐ a n-a. ¤ ? . . . a. ¤
85immorro in tan bit i comsuidigthib cutrumaib na [n]defoga(i)r
┐ isna forfedaib amal ata fer ┐ ben, Auraic. 969-74 . Of
vowels representing consonants: a. ¤ immorro in tan bite fo
consonacht ut . . . uull ┐ aball, 980 , 3912 ff.

2 aimnert xsee ainnert.

aimnertach adj o, ā (1 aimnert) weak, listless: co nderna mesc a. ¤
5é, RC xxiii 420.z . a duine áimnertaig, PH 3930 . amnertach
righ `weak of arm', Ériu xi 74 § 11 i . Adv. roleceastair a
chorp . . . co haimneartach adlesc re lar, TTebe 326 .

aimnertaigid v(1 aimnert) weakens, makes powerless: ro haimner-
taidhedh . . . na Geistedha uili, Ériu v 156.206 . Vn. fer fora
10ndernadh . . . a aimnertugud, Cóir Anm. 31 .

aimnertmar adj= aimnertach: amail íumenti amnertmara, Alex.
990 . go mbí an cholann éidtréan aimhneartmhar, TSh.
2918 .

aimnirt adj[i?] (nert) weak, feeble: amnirt indiu mac Senbath, LU
15 1249 . nirb' amnirt aicned dond ríg, Ériu ix 45 § 7 . baidhidh
cach mbec nétruim nai[m]nirt, Laws iv 356.12 Comm. is
áimnert ┐ is imecal in cholann, PH 3055 . bí umal do'n aos
aimhnirt, O'Gr. Cat. 485.y . As adv. co hanbhann amhneirt,
CCath. 2205 .

20 aimréid adj i (réid). Earliest form amraid (: Labraid, Ält. Ir.
Dicht. 41 § 34 , : slabreid, Thes. ii 304.2 , : samlaid, ZCP vii
268 § 2 ). Later influenced by réid. See Thurn. Gramm. p.
104 .
I (a) rough, uneven, entangled (of ground etc.): etir réid
25┐ amreid gl. per tractus terrae, Ml. 140a2 . fo . . . choilltibh
ndosach ndlúithaimhréidh, FM vi 1912.6 . co rub aimreidh do
a aitreb, Aen. 912 . iter da sliab . . . aimreidi, TTebe 898 .
inis clochach aimréidh, CCath. 1339 . an tshlighe anshocair,
aggarbh, aimhréidh, Desid. 3311 . ród aimhréidh, Dán Dé
30 vi 3 .
(b) contentious, quarrelsome, troublesome: A., aurgail ūais
amraid, Ält. Ir. Dicht. 41 § 34 . gan aighnes a. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat.
547.17 . tancodar aimreidh dá tighibh `they went home un-
reconciled
', ALC ii 254.4 . guais don dís adeirim féin / go
35mbeid is Íosa aimhréidh, DDána 22.5 . nír 'bo roinn abbadh
aimhréidh, Anecd. ii 35 § 15 . Enrí aimhreidh mac Neill
`Henry Awrey, in English the Contentious', FM iv 722.10 and
note. a. ¤ re at odds with: má bhím . . . aimhréidh / red ghruaidh
. . ., TD 3.49 . As adv. as iomdha ar neich go haimhréidh
40`many of our horses are unbroken', Ériu v 190.480 .
II As subst. (a) rough, uneven, entangled place: rop rēid
remunn cech namreid, Thes. ii 304.2 (Hy. i). bidh réidh
riëm cech n-aimhréidh (leg. amraid, Ed.), ZCP vii 268 § 2 .
athechtai íath n-etarmaige eter mothru ┐ amréthi, LU 8632
45( FB § 47 ). nochan fhaghbaid d'anbuain / nach adhraid don
aimhréidh, DDána 98.5 . i ccumgaibh . . . ┐ i naimhrédhaibh
gacha conaire, TFrag. 36.6 . ni hurusa síol Eibhir / d'ionn-
soighidh mo a n-aimhreidibh, ML 26.11 .
(b) contentiousness, disturbance: do chuir an Fhódla i
50n-aimhréidh `has disturbed', Magauran 2783 . suil bheas
aimhréidh eatarra `lest there be disagreement between them',
TD 24.3 .

aimréide n iā, f. (aimréid) (a) roughness, unevenness: crand . . .
cen fadb cen amredi, LB 221a42 . tar amhredhibh in tshlébi,
55 Aen. 2782 .
(b) dissension, disagreement, quarrel: re h-aigidh na h-aimh-
reidi sin, Hy Maine 134.12 . dias gaoil fhuil i n-aimh-réidhe,
Dán Dé xi 3 . gan taom d'fheirg ná d'aimhréidhe, xxv 33 .
atá ina ccert le ceile / gan fheircc is gan aimhreide, BNnÉ
60 251 § 205 . 'n-ar fhás d'aimhréidhibh eadruinn, Aithd. D.
18.17 . Note also: 'ar n-íc dall ┐ gacha haimhreidhi arcena
disorder, disease , Lism. L. 2473 .

aimréidigid v(aimréid) makes rough, uneven: gur' aimreidhigh-
eadar an fhaighthi . . . re himad na craisech, AU iii 470.10 .
65 do aimréidigh an faichti, Celt. Rev. iv 14.21 .

aimréi(d)tech n o (aimréid) contentiousness: re fed a naimhreitigh
`during their contentions', FM iv 868.23 . tre aimhréteach
iomad na naicmeadh, MS. Mat. 582.43 . tnúth ┐ imreasain ┐
aimhréiteach, 1 Cor. iii 3 . d'ás an ionnraic umhal gan
70aimréidhteach, Ó Bruad. iii 192.1 .

aimréir xsee aimríar.

aimrél xsee ambrail.

aimríagail n(ríagal) unruliness: do hinnseadh mórán d'easumhlacht
┐ d'aimhriaghail oraibhsi, Maguires of F. § 51 . See
75 ainríagal.

aimríar n(1 ríar). Also ainríar. disobedience, unsubmissiveness:
aimhriar níor ghabhais mud ghoin / do shanais Ghaibhrial,
Dán Dé xxix 11 . do agair a fhíoch ┐ a aimhréir . . . ar
Ulltaib unsubmissiveness , ML 86.10 . ropad lor doib Congal
80ciar / ar ulc ┐ ar anriar, MR 128.14 . do gach olc, da gach
anríar, ZCP x 32.18 . `fí' ainm d'ulc ┐ d'aimhríar, Met. Gl.
9 § 4 . In phrase do-gní a. ¤ x disobeys x: mairg . . . doghenat
aimhreir in meic-sin, Lism. L. 1859 . dáig noco dingnea
m'amréir since he will not oppose me, LU 4008 ( SC 45 ). olc
85dorighne aimhréir a athar do dheunamh, Eochairsg. 82.26 .
d'eagla aimhréire na n-uachtarán saoghalta do dhéanamh,
TSh. 3548 . As quasi-vn.: ata mo chorp dom aimréir my
body is disobeying me
, IT i 123.26 . do dlistea, a Ioraird,
th'aimhréir, ZCP viii 220.32 . mairg nach imgaib a n-aim-
réir, MR 162.27 . amail rosluicc talam Laegaire ar amré[i]r
5Páttraicc for being disobedient to Patrick, BColm. 58.16 . tria
aimreir in choimded, LB 131b37 . 132a3 . córaide an cholann
d'aimhréir, DDána 53.16 .