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ainintaithige adj(1 taithigid) inaccessible: aniontaithighe an
tionad-so, RC xxix 136.27 .

ainirisech adj(irisech) unbelieving: Iudaigheach ainiriseach,
Eochairsg. 48.25 . Cf. amairsech.

5 ainis n f. (Engl. loanword). Also ainís. anise, aniseed: saus . . .
do canel ┐ d'a. ¤ , Rosa Ang. 118.19 . ainís, andiuia, 142 § 33.
curtur a. ¤ fariú oir coiscid a teinnes, 218.11 . sugh . . . a. ¤ ,
232.8 . sil fenel ┐ merse ┐ a. ¤ , RC ix 230.13 . deachmhuidh an
mhionnduis ┐ na hainíse, Mathw. xxiii 23 . ainís, TD 34.20 .

10 ainisc xsee aindísc.

áinius n u, m. (án. Form influenced by oíbnius with which
it is frequently coupled, O'Rahilly, E. Ir. Hist. and Myth.
p. 287 . See also Vendr. Lex.). Later also áines o, m. áines
m. (g s. and n p. áinis, áinesa), IGT Decl. § 38 . Verbs § 83 .
15(a) splendour, delightfulness, pleasantness: a āinius ┐ a
airrdricus, TBC² 355 . ar th'airscélaib ┐ t'ánius, BDD² 55 .
ar is tu ceand anissa ┐ airdercusa ┐ grian na Greci uile, LL
398a16 . mor n-orddain ┐ ániusa, Ériu iv 28 § 18 . gur bhó
hadbha do chonaibh allta cill mocheallócc iar gach náines
20baoí innte gó sin, FM v 1654.2 .
(b) pleasure, enjoyment, sport, play: fecht n-āinius[a] a
journey of pleasure
, Corm. Y 1059 (perh. visitation, cf.
SCano 293). cluchi ┐ céti ┐ ánius ┐ aibinnius, LU 3226 . ní
dingén aínes festa / ro líon cuma mo chraide, SG 61.12 . cen
25ainíus / in caingen dorigenus, BB 303a24 (Liad. and Curithir).
áines menma `cheerfulness of spirit', O'Gr. Cat. 472.25 . dá
mbeith áineas Banbha ar bun were Banbha's happiness
assured
, Content. xxv 3 . áineasa ┐ antláis . . . na hanma,
TSh. 8722 . cosg dubha, dúsgadh áinis (: fis) (of a poet),
30 DDána 73.42 . milse meala, meisge chorm . . . do bhí dhamh
'na n-áineas orm, TD 25.18 . ruagadh áinis, áladh airgthe
treón the banishing of joy (of the power of age and death),
Hackett xii 27 . áines tar gomh ag mnaí mérchuirr / ag dol
ar cháoi ndérthruim dhí, IGT Decl. ex. 987 . aineas gan
35imdheargadh n-áoin, Studies 1918, 452 § 7 . in tan ba háines
do when he pleased, LB 130a 15 . ba sedh rob aines ┐ rob airecc
tuile dóibh their favourite amusement was, FM v 1864.8 . ?In
specialized sense: is lasna firu-sa a naenur a mbreth ┐ ænius
(áinius v.l. p. 205) ┐ eolus `these men alone have . . . their skill',
40 IT iii 187.4 . Of the bliss of heaven: Pardus . . . co n-ainius, co
n-aebinneos, SR 974 . ní inisfea nech . . . a anius ┐ a aibnius,
LU 2023 . cumachta . . . in Chomded . . . mórthimchell ind
rigsuide . . . co n-ánius ┐ co n-áibinnius, 2048 ( FA 12 ). Of
games, sport: gebid a adbena ániusa, TBC 886 . turcbaid-
45sium a oenluirg n-ániusa, 914 = a lorg áne, LU 4869 . fo
bíth in chluichi ┐ ind ániusa, LL 292b16 . a haithle a n-oenaig
┐ a n-aniusa, LU 2238 ( FA § 30 ). inn aimser ainesa in time
of sport
, CCath. 5250 . dénat ánius eturru (of hunting with
dogs), Anecd. i 9.22 . As quasi-vn.: ic ol ┐ ic ánius ┐ ic áibnius,
50 TBC 189 . ag imagallamh ┐ ag āines bhriathar re aroile, Fl.
Earls 78.20 . rogabsat ac ain[is] imacallma fria araile, Grail
642 . mé ag áineas tar m'eólchoire, Studies 1924, 88 § 24 .
robadur ag aines ┐ ag urgairdiugudh foran iarla `joking',
ZCP vi 297.10 .
55 Cf. 1 áine.

áinle adj(án + lí, O'Rahilly, E. Ir. Hist. and Myth. p. 286 ).
Only in phrase i lló á. ¤ on a fine day: timthirecht bech i llau
ánli, BDD² 1169 . feib dodrimsired beach i llō ainle, TBC²
3553 . mar beocho aínle (no aille), TBC 3558 (i lló ainle,
60 St.; a ló ainnle, Eg.). uiret téid uiseog i lló ainle, 5528 (St.).
ar ba lir bech-telleoin hi ló áinnle imfreagra a ndiubraic[th]e,
Dinds. 126 ( RC xvi 78 ). siubal [na saithe] mbech os a mbech-
lannaib i lló ainli, CCath. 5887 . ainle .i. alainn a lí, O'Cl. (cf.
O'Rahilly cited above).
65See áille.

áinlecht n(áinle?) gentleness, kindness: dentar anlecht let-sae
fri h-Ailill, IT i 122.13 . cend gaili ┐ gaiscid aibi ┐ ánlechta,
LL 244b21 ( TTr. 2070 ). im enech is im ánlecht, TFerbe 643 .
sluag . . . bad mó ánlecht no enech, LL 6346 . ar calmatus . . .
70┐ anlecht ┐ andraidecht, BB 428a42 . ainleacht .i. áilghine no
míne, O'Cl.

ainléigenn n(léigenn): atá forghla fear nÉirionn / nar naghaidh,
giodh ainléighionn `the greater part of the men of Ireland are
opposed to us tho' it is ignorance
', Ériu v 52.14 .

75 ainlemail adj(ainnel) swallow-like(?): a. ¤ i n-airechtaibh ┐ i
n-aenaigibh (of Hector), BB 427a40 .

ainlenaid v(lenaid) pursues, persecutes: ainlean ┐ díobháidh íad a
bhfeirg persecute and destroy them, Lamentations iii 66 .
Part. of necess. dá lot níor ainnleanta air / gairbhghleannta
80cnoc . . . `they would not need to pursue him to plunder . . .',
TD 18.32 .

ainlenmain vn. of ainlenaid act of persecuting; persistence,
importunity: sáor mé . . . om lucht ainleanmhuna, Ps. xxxi
15 . do rinne an námhad m'anam do ainleanmhain, clxiii 3 .
85 le hainleanmhain liosda féin, Desid. 2705 .

ainleóc xsee fainleóc.