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airṡnaidm n(snaidm). (a) In concrete sense of part of a harp: as
crot cen ceis . . . .i. cen earsnaidm, YBL 75b20 (ACC) (=
cen choe astuda a tét, RC xx 164 § 20 ).
(b) betrothal: cen ellam, cen ursnaidm, Cáin Ad. 52 .
85 dobertar co tempall Apaill do ursnaidm Pouluxina, BB
439a35 . do ursnadmaib Poluxina do, 47 .
(c) pledge: tucadar . . . a n-errsnadmann fo gan i[ngi]n
rig . . . do leccad uath[a], RC x 186.5 .
Cf. airnaidm.

airṡnaidmid v(airṡnaidm) binds, knots: iada[i]s ┐ urṡnadmais na
5glac-doidi . . . tar corp . . . C., MR 256.2 . ro urṡnadmustair
conclanna cruaide . . . tar corp . . . C., 254.z. Vn. d'a earsnaid-
med ┐ d'a urgabail, 22 .

airṡnám n= snám: oc irsnamh na bruinne, Anecd. ii 23 § 1 .

airsoilcthe xsee airslaicthe.

10 airsolcud xsee airslocud.

airspraic n= forspraic: go ttomaithemh ┐ go nurspraic (sic MS.)
ina fhorchongra ` sternness ', Hugh Roe 54.17 (fo. 15a) .
gruamdacht in for ngnusib ┐ urspraic in for n-aigtibh ` grim-
ness ', CCath. 5121 .

15 airspraicemlacht n(airspraic) vigour: d'urspraicemlacht ┐ do
beoamlacht, CCath. 5295 .

airspraicthech adj(airspraic) very active, vigorous: fear údmhall
úrspraictheach, CRR² 72.1 .

airtach o, n. Later m. in t-erddach, PH 6371 . Vn. of ar-utaing.
20(a) act of refreshing, restoring: is irtach dom a airitiu gl.
refice viscera mea, Wb. 32a23 . a n-ertach .i. ind usci, Ml.
121b7 . ertaig gl. reficiendi, 118c7 . denaid a herdach `feed
her
', PH 1998 . irdach .i. frithailemh, O'C. 1469 ( H. 3.18, p.
652 ). ? Of mensal lands: quem agrum dabitis senioribus
25uestris? responderunt: `erthech', Cod. Sal. 274 (cited Plum-
mer MS. notes, see V.SS. Hib. cxiii n. 11 ).
(b) act of celebrating; festival, ceremony: dul do erdduch na
n-idpart, SR 4600 . lúgnasad . . . .i. aurtach no cluiche
Loga . . . nofertha lais um thaide fogamair, Corm. 26.4 .
30 urtach sollomain, Laws iii 18.17 .i. caisc no notlaic, 24 Comm.
in fírén huasal . . . día ta a. ¤ i n-ecmong na réa se, Trip.²
2022 . fēili Rīg na fīrinne . . . a n-ertach is cet, ZCP xiii
28.10 . irdac na casg, n.24 . dligid in sollamain-si a hanoir
┐ a herdach, PH 3598 . tri herdaige dlegar do denum i
35sollamnaib, 6370 . co mbadh usaide a erdach ┐ a onóir, FM ii
1084.16 . ba erdath ┐ ba lith mor la colum Cille ann dogres
`a great festivity and merrymaking', Mon. Tall. 156.7 (§ 68) .
erdach na Samhna, Hugh Roe 298.z (fo. 78b) . aurtag . . . .i.
fēle, O'Mulc. 60 . eardach .i. fésda nó sollamain, O'Cl.

40 airtbe xsee airdbe.

airtbidib d p. of verbal of necess. of ar-díbdai. See Thurn.
Gramm. § 717 . a. ¤ gl. perimendis (malis), Ml. 116d4 .

? airtdrochib n d p. no fácbaitis a scaim . . . im ailib ┐ imm a. ¤ ,
TBC 1926 = tar carrce, LU 5699 . See airthráig.

45 airte xsee ardae.

airtecal xsee articol.

airteirech adj(airtire): as ball airteireach an sgamhan supplied
with arteries
, 23 K 42, 300.13 .

airtem n o, m. (but cf. g s. airthema, LL 12540 ). Also airthem. n p.
50 airtim, Sc.M² 23 . a p. artemu, ZCP xviii 297.7 . Name of a
measure of length , (according to glossators the fist with
thumb extended): a. ¤ .i. feardorn ut est . . . airdide in t-a. ¤
uasa .i. in feardorn, O'Dav. 129 . naoi nduirn a fot, a. ¤ [a]
leithe (of a joint of meat), Laws ii 238.14 ( ZCP xiv 348 ). a. ¤
55.i. airdiu de indem a eimh fair, in ordu as a chinn suas anairde,
240.1 Comm. ro erigh a lon laoich . . . comba sithremightir
airtimh n-óglaigh, TBC St. 2328 (airnem v.l. see note).
dodechatar a dí ṡúil asa chind combat sith[ith]ir artemh fria
chenn anechtair, TTr.² 1475 . fot n-airthim os chind ind
60ḟir, RC xxii 398.10 . secht traigid eter a ó ┐ a beolo et .vii.
n-artim eter a da ṡúil, Ériu iv 26.9 ( LL 12483 ) = vii n-ardaim,
BB 247a45 . secht n-artim fo thrí tadbain / gulban cach
óen-eóin angbaid, Met. Dinds. iii 258.25 . Perh. wrongly in:
a cur ar muir . . . ┐ airtim tri ndornn ina laim do dichur
65aithite in aedhair, O'C. 2250 ( Eg. 88, 18(19)b ) = geann orda
tri ndornn, Ériu xi 98.22 . in biail innraic, a. ¤ fod a genned,
884 ( H. 3.18, 395b ). Note also: ro buí airther láime din
claideb tri trúaill anechtair, in t-arther láimi sin . . . (airth—,
arth—, MS), BDD² 1004 (ed. suggests reading airtem).

70 airténe n io, m. (2 art) small stone: artēne .i. cloichēne . . . unde
Guaire Aidne dixit: docealat mōr n-amra ind airtēni bite for
ligiu Marcāin, Corm. Y 26 . a. ¤ .i. mionchlocha, O'Cl. s.v. art

airthach [o, n.] vn. of ar-toing (*air-fo-tong-, Lochlann ii
213 ) oath of confirmation or denial; guarantee: na laimther
75forgull na airthiuch, Laws iv 192.13 . aurthuch na forthuch,
178.19 . im sar urrach mban uatne, i 176.1 .i. urthach saer do
beir in ben fri uaitne, 180.11 Comm. = sarurtach, O'C.
798 ( H. 3.18, 371a ). cocrathar urchonn urthach .i. ciall-
runathar uasal testugh ona codnacha lithar ann, O'C. 1770 (RIA
8023 Q 6, 37a). mana lamhathar nech airrthech, O'C. 1447 ( H. 3.18,
646a ). aurthaige uánne conna ísa cú allaid cairig céin bethi
i mbethu let us give guarantees that a wild hound will not eat
a sheep
, LL 282b42 . Of protection given by saints: Pátric,
Brigit imalle / Cóemgen is Cholumcille / iat is airthech ar
85cech slúag / ná rolaimther a marc-shlúag, Met. Dinds. iii
14.168 . dar erthach naomh ┐ fíreon, FM ii 702.1 . dar ertech
naom Erenn, CS 244.10 . dodeochaid tra aurthach Brendain
. . ar Chiarraigiu . . . ┐ aurthach Comgáin . . . dar cend
forthūath, ZCP viii 315.14 .