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aithlegad n(legad) re-smelting, refining: luiriuch . . . d'uriarann
. . . arna legad ┐ ar na hathleagad, CCath. 4679 . ór dá
aithleaghadh, DDána 100.19 .

aithlégad n(légad) re-reading: forbailtig an legad ┐ tarbaigi an
5t-athlegadh Laccio lecta placet, dicies repitita placebit,
Mackinnon Cat. 42.25 .

aithlegtha adj(legtha) re-smelted, refined: a fuathbróic . . . n-iarn-
aide do iurn athlegtha, TBC 3729 . fon n-ubull n-athlegtha
n-íarnaide, 1265 . fiched uinge d'iarund aithleghtha, Laws v
1016.z Comm. cimas arggit oengil a. ¤ , LL 237b27 ( TTr. 1540 ).
do mhaisi óir aithleaghtha ar na rionnadh ann, FM i 92.15 .
fuigheall iarainn aithleaghtha (of a hero), DDána 73.37 .

aithléigid v(by-form of ailléid(ig)id, q.v., by popular etymol.)
cites, quotes: an t-ughdar-so do haithléaghadh againn `whom
15we have quoted
', Keat. ii 396 . 'san gcaibidil úd do haithléigh-
eadh linn, Eochairsg. 85.16 .

aithléimm n(léimm) second leap, rebound: trí athleim gl.
resultando, Thes. ii 5.26 . ro lingestar leim . . . ro faemustar in
t-athleim, MR 234.4 .

20 aithléine n(léine) cast-off smock: athléne gl. antiquula, Ir. Gl.
155 . indiū tatham dom ṡēme / ní melim cith athlēne, Otia i
122 § 2 .

? aithlenn: n aithleanda (aithginna v.l.) loisctheacha lasamna 'na
laim, TTebe 3139 . Perh. conflation of drithlenn and aithinne.

25 aithleónad n(leónad) re-wounding, second hurt: créad acht
aithleonadh oruinn, Content. xx 6 . saor a Dhé ar aithleónadh
inn, Ir. Syll. Poetry 26 § 1 .

aithles n(les) ancient or disused fort: a. ¤ fás falam, MU² 131 .
doradad Congal isin nathles, Ériu v 244.199 . immed [n]athles,
30 ZCP viii 196.11 .

aithlesugud n(lesugud) act of repairing, restoring: ro tuilbrisit .lx.
long díbh doneoch nár fetudh d'athlesugud riam, CCath. 180 .

aithletrad n(letrad): is óman do Tadg romcar / in fer árd dá a. ¤
will mutilate him again, SG 323.z .

35 aithlig xsee athláech.

? aithlige: n ard in aithlighi .i. sochaide facbhuit ina lige, O'Dav.
21 (`lying down', Meyer, Contribb.) = arda a nathlighe,
O'D. 2228 (Nero A vii, 153a). aithlighib .i. in nuillighu
`consequences', Laws iii 532.23 .

40 aithlín n(lín): is dul tre ghealchuanaibh do chor éigne i n-aith-
líonaibh (: flaithríoghaibh) to put fish into old (?) nets (of a
difficult undertaking), Aithd. D. 76.4 .

aithlínaid v(línaid): ro hathlínad Ériu do longsib gall Ireland
became full again of Norse fleets
, Cog. 26.14 .

45 aithmed xsee aithmet.

aithméla n[iā], f. (méla). Also aithméile. aithmhéla, aithmhéili
f., IGT Decl. § 3 . (a) shame, discomfiture: ba mór a athméla
leis `disgrace', CCath. 1442 . ní ro leicc an aithmeile don
lucht fors ro sraoíneadh cedamus a lenmain doridhisi, FM vi
502216.21 . tiaghaidhsiumh tar a nais fó aithmhela, 1982.24 .
(b) regret, remorse: etech gan athmela refusal without
compunction
, Trip. xlii 20 . do mét na haithmhela dogob e
`contrition', Ériu ii 82.24 . [nach gē]bdaīs mar aithmēla
c[h]ucu a n-innarbadh [a h-Eirinn] that they would not regret
55having been banished from Ireland
, ML² 573 . cen ḟuirech cen
aithméile, Met. Dinds. iii 198.18 . athnár an uair aithmhéala
remorse, Dán Dé xxv 14 . tug a luagh d'aithmhéile air / a
bhainchéile uadh d'iarraidh `he gave him due cause of remorse
for seeking his wife from him
', TD 20.41 . go mbí searbhas
60aithmhéile air iar ndéanamh an mhíghníomha, TSh. 9493 .
gur gap aithmhēle ┐ aithreachus é, Fl. Earls 50.19 .
(c) grief: mar dasilsead na dera / on ingin tre athmela,
Met. Dinds. iv 12.22 . mór an acfuinn aithmhéala,
Dán Dé v 26 . ná báidh d'aithmhéile th' intinn, DDána 68.26 .
65 sgiamh aithmhéile a sorrowful face, 79.21 . móide do béd fear
Féili / a ben d'ég dá aithméli, IGT Decl. ex. 217 .

aithmélach adj o, ā (aithméla). Also aithméilech. (a) a ngēir-
sgiūrsadh go himnáir aithmēlach seachnōin na srāide
ignominiously , Fl. Earls 64.10 . (b) remorseful, contrite,
70 grief-stricken: as aithrech aithmelach lem a ndernus I am
sorry for what I have done
, BNnÉ 237 § 162 . ba haithmhēlach
imnāir lé a ndorōine, Fl. Earls 34.19 . aithmhéileach dhúin a
ndéanmais, TD 3.6 . caoi ḟir aithmhéalaigh the cry of a grief-
stricken man
, Aithd. D. 78.18 . Adv. docuaidh dha íarraid co
75himnideach aithmhelach `in anxiety and contrition' (of a
priest who had lost the consecrated Host), Ériu ii 82.23 .
rugatar as an adaig sin go haitmélach, gan ol gan aibhnes
despondently, Celt. Rev. iv 10.1 .

aithméltas n= aithméla: do ghabh . . . aithmhéaltas é regret ,
80 TSh. 9158 .

aithmes n(1 mes(s)?, 2 mes(s)?) Appar. decline, decay: aithmes
.i. traghad ut est a Corbmaic, coisc do maicne / na rob i
n-aithmess t'aicme, O'Dav. 173 ( YBL 140b24 ). = i n-athmius aicmi, LL 19125 . tria cumhacta
nat a. ¤ , Gael. 50, 129 `undecaying', Bláthm. 374 . do-cain . . .
85cen greis / ind enlaid caim cen aithmeis, SR 1022 . tīr co
n-athmes (: athles), ZCP viii 196 § 16 . ? Bile Tortan . . . /
. . ./ atá sunn ón úair ba glass / cosin lathe bas n-aithmess
(: graifnes) `until the day when it will be decayed', Met.
Dinds. iv 240.7 .