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airigtid xsee airitid.

áirilliud n u, m. Vn. of ad-roilli. In pl. also áiriltin, -tnea (see
Thurn. Gramm. § 733 ); g s. airiltne, PH 7989 . Also áirliud.
Act of deserving, meriting; desert, merit: amal mbias a
5gnimh cáich ┐ a airilliud, Ml. 30d2 . connách moidea nech
arbed á arilliud nod nícad `so that no one may boast that his
merit saved him
', Wb. 2b4 . is rad dǽ immidforling domsa ni
mmarilliud, 21c20 . ind airilteo gl. meriti, Ml. 138c7 . moidem
a arilte `to boast of his merits', Wb. 5c13 . cen airilliud gl.
10 inmerito, Ml. 38d10 . hóre doroigu indala fer cen airilliud,
Wb. 4c16 . as tria airilliud som rosoirad in chathir, Ml.
61d2 . ni ar far narilliud, Wb. 23c24 . it maithi a arilti, 16c11 .
nítat á aíriltin fessin donárbuid in popul `it is not its own
merits
', Ml. 108b8 . cení betis degairíltin leu `though they
15had no merits of their own
', 91a10 . it a ndrochairiltin, 103b5 .
oldatae ar nairilltin-ni, 131a6 . a nduruimdetar airiltnea a
rann `when they had weighed the merits of their parts', 87c4 .
doberthar nem . . . / do chach iar na chainairliud, SR 1464 .
bid uasal du airliud hi nnim, Trip.² 1935 . díam in áirilledh
20n-egma if this happen in a case of desert, Ériu xiii 15.9 . ni
mor airilliud a torbai fri slan na somaine i.e. the articles do
not provide much profit, Laws v 250.3 . secht rudarta . . .
conoiscet iubaile a mbesaib a n-airillten i.e. according to the
merits of their conditions, v 314.9 . confodlaither fo airilliud
25caich iar tir ┐ cethra ┐ urgnam i.e. new stock is divided (at
divorce) according to the merits of the claimants, Stud. in
E. Ir. Law 28 § 10 . la febas . . . a n-arilten fri Dia for talmain,
RC xxi 376.4 . Cf. airiltean .i. bés. la feabhas a n-áiriltean,
O'Cl. iar nairilleadh fochraicce ó Dhía, FM i 366.7 . ba
30cubaid sin re h-airilliudh mBrigte that was fitting to B.'s
reputation
, Lism. L. 1202 . airilleadh .i. dligeadh is áirilleadh
.i. as dlightheach dathairne, O'Cl. (= mithid dam comma
Ceilbe / is airilled d'Athairne, Met. Dinds. iii 54 . See Gwynn,
Hermathena xiv 466). Cf. airilleadh .i. berrad, Stowe Gl.
35 214 . .i. berrnad, Lec. Gl. 378 (= araillid .i. bearrnad, 192
M ). O'C. 969 ( H. 3.18, p. 416 ). airellaedh .i. egcosc, Stowe
Gl. 198 .
Hence earnings, property, possessions, wealth . Understood
in this sense in Laws Comm. cid dobeir dire do neoch? . . .
40airilliud ┐ inrucus ┐ idna, Laws v 96.1 (text) a. ¤ .i. im tochus,
3 . ara laigiut in airillte do ratsat doib, ii 278.14 . slan a
gabail do goistib . . . do cairdib caemclutha ┐ d'airilliud
fine ┐ anfine uile earnings(?), iii 488.12 . So also probably in:
is slán a gabhail do cuicer na gelfine, ma ro gabustar d'air-
45illedh fir anfine is errech indethbire, O'D. 911 ( H. 3.17, c.649 ).
intí beires somaine ┐ beires airliud in mairb, O'C. 2085
(H. 4.22, 70b). comrainn dibaid . . . ┐ gach airiltin olcena,
2562 (Eg. 88, 47 (48)b). co ro-edprad in port do co n-airliud,
Lib. Hymn 87.5 . corragaib si in cucnecht da hes ┐ co ndenad
50deirc móir dend airliud `with the wealth', Thes. ii 332.35 . mar
thidnacmit dechmaid ar n-indmais ┐ ar n-ariltne do'n
choimdid, PH 4941 . coro-loisced sum cona uli árilliud, LB
26b29 . cidh ara ngatai crodh ┐ airilliud h'athar? Lism. L.
1325 . rugadh . . . dearbhforgaill . . . lá rí Laighen . . . cona
55crodh ┐ co na hairilledh don turus sin `with her cattle and
furniture
', FM ii 1102.z .

áiriltnid n(ad-roilli): deghairiltnidh ileith fri Dia one who
deserved well
, Hugh Roe 262.21 ( FM vi 2220.3 ) = airiltnech,
Hugh Roe² 278.21 .

60 áiriltnigid vlate deriv. of ad-roilli. Also áirillnigid. merits,
deserves, earns: roairiltnigh tréna dhegáirilledh go ffaccaidh sé
aingle nimhe, RC xxv 388 § 2 . adrualaid .i. ro airiltnig, LL
311b34 . is ar a almsanaib . . . ro airiltnig rath in Spiruta nóib
do thaidecht fair, PH 6109 . ro airiltnighium uile ind aentaid,
65 Lism. L. 3913 . ar cach oen roairiltneig / . . . / ┐ airiltnigfes
. . ., Arch. iii 319 § 78 = for cech aen aditroille . . . ┐ adit-
rollifea, LB 261a84 .
Used in Laws Comm. to gloss do-slí, áilid etc. cuic cinta
dosliat cach . . . .i. cuic cinta tuillis no airiltnigis cach,
70 Laws i 238.23 . ailid . . . curu .i. airiltnigid no dligid . . .
curu, v 460.21 . ni dosli secht leath-cumala .i. in ni a tuillter
no n-airiltnidter secht leth-cumala, 434.30 . duilgine cach
aesa danu adroille duilgine, 264.15 (text) glossed do neoch ro
airiltnighes in dan do denam, 266.13 . ocht neich aileas .i.
75. . . is e ní airillniges no dliges do breith leis, iv 22.22 Comm.
ni tuille fiachu . . . .i. noca nairilltnighinn feich ann he is
not entitled to fines
, BCrólige 8 gl. 2 .

airimbert n ā, f. Vn. of ar-imbir. Also airimmirt and airmeirt,
airmimbirt (cf. airmert).
80(a) act of practising, exercising: ro boí . . . C. oc airimbert
(? -birt) (airbert, TBC² 1507 ) gascid hi túamaim a scéith, LU
5975 . In concrete sense: gabais Oiséne a arm ┐ a a. ¤ (arimber-
tæ, airmberta, airmbimbert v.ll.) `accoutrements', Fianaig.
24.5 .
85(b) act of preparing, arrangement, plan: for airimmeirt
sluaigh ┐ sochaighi, LL 400b10 . is í airmeirt (airimirt,
airimmert v.ll.) ar a tarla Césair `project', CCath. 1756 . intan
. . . do batar na hairm[b]erta (hairimbirta, hairmberta,
v.ll.) sin isin Roim `when those preparations were made in R.',
1194 . nír' som mín in imbeirt (airimmirt v.l.) dorónsat,
5 CCath. 1709 . airimberta ingnathaichi `unwonted preparations',
2623 . cia airimbirt dogentais i frestal in catha, 1092 .
(c) act of intending, contemplating, attempting: ic airimbirt
teichidh, CCath. 3560 . oc arimmirt marbtha na macraide,
LB 141a21 . Note also: oc airmirt (airṅirt MS., with m-stroke
10over expuncted n) techta thairis, LU 2150 ( FA 22 ).