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1 airchride xsee airchraide.

2 airchride xsee urchride.

airchrín adj(crín) very withered: cosin lathe bad erchrín (of the
Tree of Tortu), Met. Dinds. iv 240 z .

5 airchró n(cró): ag so an t-urchró ar n-éisréadadh (of the ruin of
a sheep-pen), Aithd. D. 50.13 .

? airchrom(m) adj(cromm) very crooked, bent: talam . . . urcrom
aigreta, LU 2233 ( FA 30 ). sluag . . . urcrom adeidig, YBL
161a20 . fer mor urcromm brigach, BB 427b46 . an sduag
10urcrom neime (of a warrior), 430b40 . sron . . . urchrom,
CCath. 4025 . Adv. araill dib ina suide ┐ araill aile co hurch-
rom bent down, CCath. 5196 .

airchron n(1 cron): cia nobeth cét teṅgad ṅdron / fri sirlabra
cen a. ¤ , SR 826 . (`rebuking', Gloss.)

15 airchrúachait n(crúachait) name of a portion or joint of a cooked
animal : umaidid irchruachait doib, LL 3646 .

airchuilech adj(cuilech) very guilty: ǽrchuilecha gl. nefarii, Ml.
16c3 .

airchuillte xsee airchoillte.

20 airchuitbed, -me xsee airchoimted.

airchumachtach adj(cumachtach) very powerful: inna n-ǽr[c]h-
umachtach gl. prpotentium, Ml. 85b5 .

airchumtach n(cumtach): ciamad adaig no immthigitis in slog
sin ba solas doib . . . dia n-arcumdaigib di ór . . . amal bid
25rig cech fer `Schmucksachen', Alex. 627 .

aircisid v(airches) meets, trysts: do airrcis mé mná miolla
`I trysted with gentle women', Duan. Finn i 82.7 . do bhrígh
nar airciseadar clann Israel le harán because they met not the
children of I. with bread
, Neh. xiii 2 .

30 ? aircomairc: n cen a. ¤ , no cen airconair .i. di cinn slechta, O'C.
2581 ( Eg. 88, 49(50)b ) ( interrogation ?, Plummer MS. notes).

airconair xsee under aircomairc.

aircrad xsee airacrad.

-aircsenad v condit. 3 s. from *ad-ro-com-sní (see Thurn.
35Gramm. p. 403 ): ni airc[h]sénad nech a dliged would contest(?),
Laws i 150.18 .

aircsinach adj o, ā (aircsiu): a di ursaind irard n-a. ¤ ar dorus
luaicid easily seen, conspicuous , IT iii 51.10 . (aircsinech,
4 ). seeing, watchful(?): do chinnetar a gcomairle cianairg-
40senach `prudent' (far-sighted), Caithr. Thoirdh. 11.37 . adub-
airt do guth rígairgsenach rómór, 13.5 . Cú mórairgsenach
meadha `the circumspect Cumea', 17.15 . As subst.: is . . .
aititnech gach aircsinach, O'C. 2292 ( Eg. 88, 22(23)a ).

aircsither: v a. ¤ aidbsin fir cuicthi, fir feine, O'C. 2204 (Eg. 88,
458(9)d). a. ¤ (.i. dofedar) cuimne comorba (? -bas, Plummer MS.
notes) .i. o a. ¤ cuimne fiadhan risin caemorba uais sin ima
taithmech, 429 ( H. 3.18, 233a ). See ar-fet.

aircsiu n vn. of ar-aicci. act of looking on. In Laws technical term
for the negligence or indifference of a spectator who suffers
50an illegal act to be performed in his presence, and thereby
incurs a certain liability, Ériu xii 81 n. dingaibh cen faill
cen airgsiu `without negligence', 80.22 . atach no aircsi no
taircsi dligid . . . ised is aircsi and .i. faicsin na comairce re
cois in uair sin no reime, O'C. 2034 (H. 4.22, fo. 57a). mas
55ar comairce atat na daine resa ndernadh in foghail . . . is
aircsi ┐ atach ┐ taircsiu dligidh du riagail i lleith risin com-
airghe ann, O'D. 2352 ( Rawl. B 506 fo. 40a ). atach ┐ aircsi ┐
taircsin dligid ag dilsech, atach ┐ aircsin ag indilsech ┐
nocho nfuil taircsin, O'C. 1485 ( H. 3.18, p. 662b ). cetharda
60dhaoras gach flaith . . . baos ┐ uaiti ┐ anglonnas ┐ aircsi ar is
. . . aititnech gach aircsinach, 2292 ( Eg. 88 fo. 22(23)a ).
fiach sula suidhe gu trian tresairgsi .i. is é in tres ni asa fuil
fiach dunacathi air, beith aga fechain ┐ faill naididin legu go
lighi, 1002-3 ( H. 3.18, p. 427b ). di aircsiu di aititiu, Laws i
6564.7 . ni dilsigar airgse na haitidiu iudail (= iubail) na
tren-lide neirt, v 496.4 . ni fuil airgsiu na aididiu itir fine
imaneitir manib uile .i. braithirsi, O'D. 1960 ( Eg. 90, fo.
7(8)b ). ni fil a[i]rcsiu na aititiu eter brathraib na finibh fri
faenel flaithemhnais, ZCP xii 365.3 . fir oircsin (leg. aircsen,
70ed.), 361.24 . ?nech aircsiu nó nech airgiu neo[ch] in fia[ch]
aithgeine .i. nocha n-airgither o neoch sin ní is mó inas fiu na
haithgina, O'Dav. 934 . duine caithce . . . fothla ┐ an ┐ a. ¤ ,
Laws iv 146.17 Comm. airgsiu, 98.18 Comm. lethsét a
tairrecht no aircsin gan a rér (in a list of fines etc. due to a
75lord), O'D. 511 ( H. 3.17, c. 415 ). See also under airgsin.

1 aircthech adj(cf. airec?) inventive, ingenious: co n-ecna airctech
(arḡ v.l.), Tec. Corm. § 27.11 . file uasal airgtheach, DDána
116.15 . neach don ríoghraidh úir airgthigh `inventive',
Content. iii 20 . airctheach .i. inntleachdach no ealadhnach,
80O'Cl. Eg. Gl. 673 . Cf. aircech, 1 airgech.

2 aircthech adj(cf. oirgid?) given to plundering: is cū airctech (t
added later under c) eigis / is cairptech glan gabus (of Cú
Chulainn), TBC² 2529 = is cú airgdech aiges, TBC 3327 . fer
ansergach . . . airctech (airceach v.l.) (of Caesar), CCath.
85 350 . bá daoineach . . . essadhal aircctheach, Hugh Roe²
56.27 (fo. 15b) . Adv. as airccthech ionnsoigthech ro scaoilset,
Hugh Roe² 254.25 (fo. 64a) . As subst. macaomh tairptheach
. . . airgtheach gach tána `reaver', A. Ó Dálaigh lv 14 .