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airleng n(cf. lingid) hurdle, barrier. In technical legal sense bar
to an action at law, `a delict which first must be atoned for
85before one obtains justice
', Hessen Lex. atáit secht nairlenga ar
iadadh dlighidh la féine .i. atáit secht nuasal-linged ar
bélaibh neich co na roich tobach ruc .i. ó rucadh atá éric a
inndlighidh; no amhail firlinges a. ¤ for cro na muice, uair a. ¤
ainm do cleith craí na muice. Is amlaidh sin fírlinges in
tinndligthech forin ae, forin caingin, O'Don. 1701 (H. 2.12,
5no. 8 p. 2) = atait secht n-airlenga ariadhat dlighedh etc.,
685 ( H. 3.17, c. 502 ) = aurleng .i. ainm cléith crai muice, ut
est, atatt secht nairlenga ariadhat dliged .i. atatt a sechta
uasal-lingitt ar beolaib neich cona roich tobach secha,
O'Dav. 125 . In general sense: a n-imdín ar na hairlengaib
10ármuigi sudden attacks(?), MR 316.20 (`hidden dangers').

airlengaid presum. for airlengaig, pl. of a noun airlengach
(airleng): ata[t] a. ¤ huitir la Fene na(n)d alet a folag `there
are [certain] persons debarred from sick-maintenance
', BCrólige
54 and n. ataid a. ¤ uithir la feine, gach aen dib nach adgraid
15sechta, O'C. 1030 ( H. 3.18, 433a ).

airlenmain vn. of ar-len. act of following; pursuing: risna
heltadaib . . . do duibenoip . . . batar ina n-urlenmain,
CCath. 5001 .

airles n= airlise: orduighter a a. ¤ ┐ cumhduighter a thighi,
20 Lism. L. 2927 .

airletarthach adj(letarthach): do na corpaibh urledarthacha
`severely hacked', Celt. Rev. iv 23 note s .

? airletrad n(letrad): fiche lathi doib . . . oc airledru ┐ oc
urtriall chatha fri Poir `rüsteten den Kampf', Alex. 760 (= oc
25airbertugudh catha, BB 495a47 ).

? airlíachtad: n a. ¤ faebuir `whetting of sword-edge', BDD 35 =
ar-liachtait faebair, BDD² 331 . Cf. airlechdu.

airlicid xsee ar-léici.

airlichthech adj o, ā (airlicud) given to lending: atá an duine maith
30grasamhuil ┐ airleacthach, Ps. cxii 5 . As subst.: mar bhías
ag a náirlictheach as with the lender, Is. xxiv 2 .
? Also áirleógach enterprising, venturesome: na sárleoghain
le gcleachtainnse le macanas bheith áirleogach, Ó Bruad. iii
220.6 . iad d'fheicsin airleógach anspianta neamhchúramach
35i ngnóthaibh a n-anam, De Imit. 81.5 . is baosradh . . .
bheith áirléogach aig iarruidh gradama . . . 4.y . áirdleógach
(áirleógach v.l.) `high-leaping, high-minded, high-spirited,
feat-performing
', Celtica vi 68 .

airlicthid n(airlicud) lender: a. ¤ gl. fenerator, Ml. 127a16 .

40 airlicud u, later o, m. Vn. of ar-léici. act of lending; loan: níb
écen lóg na a. ¤ act taibrid a fil lib, Wb. 16c17 . tosach eitig
airlegad lending is the beginning of refusal (i.e. eventually
ends in refusal), Anecd. iii 16.3 . arlicud il, Tec. Corm. §
14.29 . usoracht .i. ceannach do bhuain do dhuine do chionn
45airdlegaid airgid do thabhairt dó, O'Hussey TC 175.3 . do
budh airdleagadh gan íoc, ML 104.32 . airleagadh an ghrádha
. . . amhail tug an tí is marbh grádh . . . don tí fhágbhas dá
éis ar airleagadh . . . dlighidh an beó . . . an t'airleagadh
céadna do dhíol ris an marbh, TSh. 4876 . a dtéid thoram /
50ná léig oram ar airleagadh `lay not as a debt against me',
Dán Dé xvi 11 = ZCP xii 383.31 . 'nar thaibhgheadar na trí
roinn / ní bhí acht airleagadh orainn `all that the three contin-
ents have exacted is naught but a loan from us
', TD 13.35 .
airleagadh focal do bheith ón Ghaedhilg san bhFraingcis,
55 Keat. ii 994 . Fig. ag scrutad a menman ┐ ic airlegad a
indtlechta im na hingantaibh giving his mind to, Grail 2549 .
In Laws some form of loan, always distinguished in older
texts from ón , see Críth Gabl. p. 73 ; cf. oc uain et a. ¤ gl.
benegnas, Wb. 31c5 . a ón, a airliciud, Críth Gabl. 201 .
60 at[a]comren cia tacra cen air[r]ech cen airliciud, 399 `he is
able to pay them over without (having recourse to) requisition
or borrowing, whoever may claim them
(?)', p. 34 . diles cach oin
cach airliciud . . ., Stud. in E. Ir. Law 40 § 19 ( Laws ii 378).
ni ro-fiachaigastar dligid no urdliged no airlecud .i. ni do
65ratar fri acht ┐ airesc, Laws ii 342.4 , 21 Comm. ( Stud. in
E. Ir. Law 2 § 1 ). cain airlichthe `the law of borrowing',
v 370.9 . atat secht n-airligthe nad adgenethar, 21 . athgabail
airlicthe, i 214 z . See ZCP xxix 188 .

airlige: ind airecht fodesin . . . airlighe ardacleth, ZCP xii 360.10 .

70 1 airligid xsee ar-léici.

2 airligid xsee ar-slig.

airlímaid v(límaid) files, polishes: airm i n-airlímthar do déta,
Aisl. MC 77.2 .

airlimm [n, n.] vn. of ar-ling. act of jumping forward(?). Used
75of a type of cattle trespass, perh. temporary trespass, involun-
tary
trespass: tait airlimenda imadichet smachta; cach airlim
ria coin no duine; no airlim naibil no omna, no airlim neicne
cipsí, Laws iv 92.x . na herlimeanna doslia dilse, 104.6
Comm. treidib miach miter cach nethemain . . . ar airlim;
80bera de dartaig ar feis, ar is feis cach lige cach tarraidhe,
airlim acht na deilset nach tartaidhe, acht tartaide and iar
naidh[ch]e, 78.9 (= O'Dav. 694 ) .i. eric airlime orra acht na ro
laigit ann, 80.9 Comm. da miach ina feis miach ina n-a. ¤
`two sacks for feis trespass and one for a.', 25 Comm. oircc
85peata bis a lis no a faithche lingeas eirlím a ngort faithche fa
di, 108.10 . cairig imorro it smachta airlime do suidib ar
ni fil fesa doib, 108.5 Comm. imling in trét oenurlim,
O'D. 1671 (H 5.15, p. 25b). tri meich ar tri hairleman, O'C. 843
( H. 3.18, 384a ). Cf. forlaim(m).