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aineólas n(eólas) ignorance: ond aneolus gl. inscientia, Thes. ii
27.32 (BCr.). tabair dam dilgud hifus / dom' ainblib dom'
aneolaus, SR 820 . co temel dorchaide a n-aneólais ┐ a
n-anecnai, LU 2683 . is amluid sin ditneas dliged ┐ eolus an
5tsenchusa nech ar indlighedh ┐ ar aneolus cach caingne, Laws
i 32.12 Comm. in ní bís i n-aneolas do dóinib `what is unknown
to men
', PH 7192 . a ttaep se[ac]hrāin ┐ aineōluis ignorance of
the way
, Fl. Earls 10.31 . aineōlus fairrgi, 24.24 . cuirfid
neach for aineolus they will mislead one, RC xvii 133.8 (Tig.).
10 do thabairt eolais do Thomas boi for aneolus, PH 6768 .
in ar aineolus no ar merugadh tancubair? `is it in ignorance
or error you have come
?', Aen. 1570 .

aineólchaige n(cf. aineólach) ignorance: gach aneolchaidhe a
m[b]eitis na feichemain . . . ┐ cach eolchaide, Cóic Con.
15Fug. 35 § 41 .

ainérgnaid adj i (érgnaid) undiscerning: trí as anergnaid do
neoch: slaide a eich ríana thigerna, etc., Triads 221 .

ainerlam adj unready see anairlam.

áines xsee áinius.

20 áinesach adj o, ā (áinius) pleasurable: subhachas ná aoin-ní
áineasach oile, TSh. 943 .

ainéscaid adj i (éscaid) slow, unhurried: gerbo lesc ainesccaid . . .
an eirghe sin, CCath. 4430 . ainéasgaidh ré foghnamh do
dhéanamh do Dhia, TSh. 1315 . an rosg atá a n-easgaigh
25(: dhéachsain) i.e. the eye which is closed in death, Misc.
Celt. Soc. 340.19 . Compar. ainesccaide, CCath. 4415 . As
adv. co hionmall ainésccaidh, FM vi 1987.8 .

ainetargnaid adj i (etargnaid) unrecognised, unknown, strange:
anetarcnad gl. ignotorum, Ml. 111b9 (see etargnad). donaib
30anetarcnaidib gl. ad . . . ignotos, 31a17 . forcetal n-anetarc-
naid, Trip.² 330 . triar úathmar anetargnaid trecheann, BDD²
903 . i núr anetargnoid in foreign earth, Fen. 310.6 . hi tiri
anetargnaide, ZCP iii 459 n.19 = a tír n-ainiūil, text. conacca
in mnaí i n-étuch anetargnaid na dochum, LU 9994 . atchi
35. . . budin . . . a n-egosc anetargnaid, RC xiii 11.14 . anetar-
gnaid .i. ní naicin itir, O'D. 971 ( H. 3.17, 679c ) (perh, in
active sense not knowing, unintelligent , Plummer MS. notes).
anetargnaid .i. neamhaithni . . . no neamfollus, O'Dav. 804 .

ainetargnaide n(ainetargnaid): robaoi . . . d'ainetargnidhe na
40druimleice duibhsleimhne because of unfamiliarity with, FM
vi 2031.z .

ainétechta adj(étechta) not unfitting, appropriate: coinnealg
aneteachta sin, O'C. 378 ( H. 3.18, 214 ). inetechta, ibid.
Cf. aintechta.

45 ainétgud adj(étgud): feib ba bés bith icétlud / dogress doib fo
a. ¤ unclothed , SR 5980 .

ainetham n(2 etham) non-arable land: fodla tire . . . eatham ┐
aineatham, Laws iv 276.2 . mad ainmin .i. mad aínethamh,
214.20 Comm. dethbir . . . athaim ┐ anathaim, 84.10 .
50 dethbir . . . aithim ┐ anaithim, 21 . andomain .i. ferann
ainethaim . . . cuirrig ┐ seiscenn no moin, O'Dav. 140 .

ainetla n(ainettal) impurity: ar imgaib Crist . . . a. ¤ Iarasalem,
O'C. 2529 ( Eg. 88, 44(45)a ).

ainetta(i)l adj i (eta(i)l) impure, sinful: for sluag n-anhettail
55n-Iffirn, SR 950 . nech bes anetal mibesach, O'C. 833 ( H.
3.18, 381b ). homon anetoil, ZCP iii 450.6 . trī nāmaid anmo:
doman, dīabul ┐ forcetlaid (forcetal v.l.) anetail, 452.21 .
ecnaid anettoil anbal, Ériu i 198.2 . cach [e]atail ma fo-n-oir
anetail, Laws iii 34.2 (cf. O'Dav. 506 ) .i. cuna ro foirgea in
60tinglan he, 17 Comm. comloigthe cach etal iar nanetal, 36.3 .i.
comarléctar in tetol risin anetul isin eclais, 14 Comm.

ainféch xsee 1 ainféth.

ainfechtnach adj o, ā (fechtnach) unfortunate, unhappy, accursed:
Iúdás tróg ainfhechtnach, PH 5114 . berar na hanvim
65anbfec[h]tnacha do fechain an flaithis, Aisl. Tund. 103 § 6 .
nosluiged sí na hanmanna ainbfeachdnacha, 104.2 . imon
anmain n-anfechtnaig, IT i 191.19 . píana . . . na ndáine
n-anfechtnach, LU 1958 ( FA § 2 ). or comarli angid ain-
ḟechtnaig-ne, LB 224b1 . As adv. ro marbhadh [an ri] . . .
70co hainfechtnach, FM ii 1180.11 .

ainfechtnaige n(ainfechtnach) misfortune: met m'ainfhechtnaige
┐ mo dhochonaig, PH 614 = ainfbechtraide, Laud. 610, 27b
(Plummer MS. notes).

? ainfed: ind ainfedh .i. ainmeach, O'C. 969 ( H. 3.18, 416 ). Cf.
75 ainmed.

ainfégthach adjPerh. by-form of 1 ainféthach: do'n banthuath-
aig dicra . . . uaibrigh ain-fegthaig unruly , Études Celt. ii
56.28 . As adv. amhail sidhe con mire . . . da héill go hain-
fhēghthach ag faicsin fiagha, Cath. MT 830 .

80 ainfegthaige xsee ainféthaige.

ainféich adj(fíach) free of obligation or debt: bag anfeich ar
esomnae, Bürgschaft 20 § 60 `eines Unkundigen', Thurn.,
following gloss .i. aneolaig, and perh. to be referred to 3
ainféth
. raith ainfeich .i. rob ainfiachach an raith do chuaidh
85re astad ┐ nocha fastait ratha oirne é, uair rob ainfiachach
duin a fastad foirnn, O'C. 2243 ( Eg. 88, 17(18d) .