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ainching n(cing) Also ainchingid, ainchinnid great hero, champ-
ion: brethem án anchinged (anancinged, inanancinged v.l.)
ainm Fruach, Anecd. ii 52.11 . atrégat anchinnidi Ulad, IT
85 ii2 214.57 ( LU 1606 ). ?tria ānchinnid Choba, trī mōrglonn-
aich M., TBC² 3325 = tri cuingidh, TBC 5361 . ?ro gaet . . .
tricha ríg . . . im vii fichtiu annchinne, LL 14080 . a. ¤ .i. anraidh
nó láoch, O'Cl.

? ainchréchtach adj(crécht): rucadar . . . leo hé da hícc . . . gurba
slan ancretach (sic) da eis healed of his wounds, RC xxii 326
5n. 3 (BDD). Or leg. ainchnedach?

ainc(h)reitem n(creitem) unbelief: doroigatar ancretim, Wb.
5b12 . sílfaid anchretem fó'n mbith, PH 7277 . oc tuba . . .
t'anchredim . . . i t'agaid, 8230 . breachta . . . īdhalachta ┐
ainchreidmhe, Fl. Earls 132.27 .

10 ainc(h)reitmech adj o, ā (ainchreitem) unbelieving: in gentlige
ainchretmech, LB 234a52 . cid ar n-atáuar anchretmig-si,
PH 1753 . eiriceasboig ainchreidmheacha, Desid. 3799 . n
As subst. o, [m.] unbeliever: a lliles dind ancretmiuch bid
ancretmech, Wb. 10a5 . combat irlamude ind ancreitmich do
15chretim, 12d29 . creitmech sin as messa ancreitmech, 28d23 .
araile ainchredmech, LB 234a44 . do lamaibh druad . . . ┐
ancraitmech, CCath. 5330 . gnímhradh idhul ┐ ainchreit-
mech, Marco P. 1 . Idhuil ┐ aincreitmhigh, 8 .

ainchride xsee aincride.

20 ainchridech adj o, ā (ainchride, see aincride): Dia dot eadráin / . . .
/ ar ghoin n-ainchridhigh gach fhir `cruel', Studies 1921, 73 §
3 .

Ainc(h)rist pn Antichrist: anchrist gl. ille iniquus, Wb. 26a16 . co
tíchtin nAncrist, 25d1 . arsil Ancrist ṅírach, Fél. Sept. 29 .
25 do chathugud fri hancrist, KMMisc. 144 § 3 . Díabul i
rricht duine intí Ancríst, LU 1419 . a marbad Anchrist
ainglig (of Lucifer), YBL 326b15 ( CF 89.28 ). Cf. Ainticríst.

ainchrístaide n(crístaide) m. non-christian, heathen: an t-ain-
cristaidhi, ZCP i 124.18 . scéla aincristaidhi, Marco P. 1 .
30 na n-Idal ┐ na n-anchrīstaighe, Fl. Earls 196.z . la hain-
chrīstaigibh, 202.z. for teithedh na n-anchristaigedh,
208.13 . ina nainchríostaidthib ┐ ina ngeintlib, SG 1.5 .
Adj. go cathair aincriosttaidhe, BNnÉ 5.4 .

ainchrístaidecht n(ainchrístaide): don ainchrīstaigecht go
35huilidhi heathendom , Fl. Earls 200.26 .

ainchrístamail adj(crístamail): ainchríostamhuil un-christian , Párl.
na mB. 3628 .

aincis xsee ainces.

aincride n io, n. also ancraide, ainchride (cride) (a) wrong,
40 injustice, injury, vengeance: cen dílgud cech ancridi dognethe
frib, Wb. 9c20 . ní dílgaid a n-ancride dogníther frib, 22 .
ancride in dermait, Ml. 23d12 . denma uilc tar æsi ind anccridi,
38d20 . cid i n-ancride ṅduit-siu gl. in tuam etiam exprobatur
iniuriam, 44c19 . inna ancride inna fochaide dobertar forsin
45naís noib, 27b15 . digal ind ancridi dogní nech frit, Sg. 181a6 .
co n-écid do P. a n-ancride boí ara chinn, Trip.² 2203 .
nir'bo maisi les cena gan a aincridi do iarraid for Grecaib
`not to demand of the Greeks (redress for) his wrong', Aen. 27 .
ba hadbulcuimnech le hIunaind a a. ¤ la Troianaib how she was
50wronged by the Trojans
, 1154 . cena ancraide ┐ cana anfolaid
do dígail, LL 227b9 ( TTr. 761 ). a n-ancridi ┐ a n-écora, LL
220a20 (ib. 217 ). ro ba menmarc leis ancraide a aithrigtha
do digail do Iuba fair, CCath. 3043 . Attrib. gen. ticfait iarsein
tedmand ili ancride `hurtful', RC xxvi 44 § 230 .
55(b) enmity, hate: robai ancride ic cach dib diaraile, LL
408a25 ( TTr. 2211 ). ó ro fhidir sidhe ainchridhe a cheneoil
. . . d'ua Dhomhnaill, FM vi 1932.16 . ag imirt a eccraitti ┐ a
aincridhe fair, 1934.8 . ainchridhe . . . do beith aige don B.
sin, Fl. Earls 60.6 . ní ghabhann Dia asgaidh fhir an anchroidhe
60 of him who hates (God and his neighbour), TSh. 5282 .
filleadh ainchridhe turning aside ill-will, Studies 1921, 589
§ 9 .

Aincríst xsee Ainchríst.

aincthe g s. of late form of vn. of aingid. Also anaicthe, ainicthe.
65 ar bíth gona Conchobuir . . . ar bīth aṅcthe Ailella ┐ Medba,
LL 12181 ( TBC 5880 ). dar cend a anaicthe, TTr.² 1892 . gan
urra an aince ar anbhúain without a chief to protect them, Rel.
Celt. ii 266.18 . na neithe d'fóir chum a hainichthe, Esth. ii 9 .
láethe a nainicthe, 12 . Cf. anacul.

70 aindebaid n(debaid): a Í Conaill Clair Enaigh / laidh orainn bar
n-a. ¤ your failure to fight oppressed us, Ir. Texts ii 11 § 9 .

aindeis adj(dess). Also aimdess, aimdeis, ainnis. (a) left: 'na laim
dheis . . . 'na laim . . . aimhdheis, Caithr. CC § 85 . na lama
. . . aindeisi `of the . . . left hand', Cog. 194.14 .
75(b) awkward, ungainly: nirb aimdeis (aindeas v.l.) nirb
étúachail, Met. Dinds. ii 344.74 (: aidlis). aidlenna aimdesa
`disarrayed', MR 236.16 . duille ┐ bláth ┐ mess / do chách
uile ní hamdess `unlovely', Met. Dinds. iii 288.32 .
(c) poor, wretched: da mbeith se aindis ar a cind if he were
80poorly provided for them
, ZCP x 248.27 (BCC). as ainnis an
onóir . . . atá lán do phéin, Desid. 811 . As adv. do bhádar . . .
go ha. ¤ an lá sin, 1 Sam. xiv 24 . ?As subst. n iar m-beith fo
a. ¤ (: éis), Skene, Chronicles of the Picts and Scots 95.12 .

aindeise n f. (aindeis) Also ainnise. wretchedness, misery: má chí
85tú ainndeise a bpearsanaibh mícháileach, Párl. na mB. 1833 .
thusa atá a naindise, Isa. liv 11 . a slabhradhuibh na ha. ¤ ,
Job xxxvi 8 . nírbh fháth aindeisi, O'R. Poems 3206 . lán
do bhochtacht . . . ┐ d'ainnisi, Desid. 2739 . do bharr ar a
hainnisi, Mac Aingil 938 . gach ní atá ar bur n-ainnisi every-
thing of which you are in need
(?), Duan. Finn ii 228.16 .