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anae n io, m. (the expl. as *ad-no-, Ped. ii 585 would require a
form *ánae. See the rhyming exx. infra). On conn. with
mod. in ann, i ndan, indon etc. see Éigse xi 85 - 88 . In
early lang. usually in pl. wealth, riches, prosperity: ana [.i.]
60saidhbhrios, Met. Gl. 14 § 26 . anae graece .i. sursum, unde
dicitur an. Anōs datur feib ┐ ana caich, quod indicat nomen
hominis .i. antropus .i. suas-deicsid, O'Mulc. 86 . aninae .i.
dapes, unde a. ¤ , 87 . ana .i. sonas no saidhbhrios, O'Cl.
lase rombatar a n-anai inna lamaib, Ml. 95a13 . imforling
65anu dúnni a paupertas gl. habundauit in diuitibus, Wb. 16c2 .
nach accuis trissanétatsat som inna anu, Ml. 57a3 . is hé as
topur inna n-ane gl. qui prestat nobís omnia abunde, Wb.
29c7 . ar thercai inna n-ane ndomundae, Ml. 56d14 . im
chuindchid inna n-a. ¤ nerchradach, 59d3 . honaib imbedaib
70inna n-a. ¤ , 45b8 , 56b24 . inna n-ánæ gl. opum, 28a3 . donaib
ánib, Wb. 27b9 . a foróil bess lib dinaib anib gl. uestra
habundantia, 16c22 . ho anaib gl. diuitiis, Ml. 36a9 . doformaig
a ánae, Fél. Ep. 195 . a. ¤ ┐ suthaine dóib, Trip.² 2213 .
nach tech suidigthir amlaid sin . . . ní bia can ana and, LL
75 3798 (= Dinds. RC xv 280 `treasures'). imrōl tocaidh ┐
ordan ┐ anai, Arch. iii 298 § 64 . tri hana antreinn: tipra i
sléib . . ., Triads 147 . ferr ana inā ancis, ZCP vi 261.3 .
mathair anai cech ḟini, Met. Dinds. i 10.71 . a linn na
n-uile n-ana (: eangnamha), Dánta Gr. 41.107 (to a person).
80 gér mór a ana / a einech 's a almsana (of Maedóc Ferna),
BNnÉ 282 § 268 . sonas ná ana ná ágh, TSh. 9319 . In
sense of provisions: nolethad a n-a. ¤ tar[na] tire, Corm. Bodl.
28 (orcc tréith) = Y 1018 . aná mblechta, Ériu viii 69.70 =
ana lachta, RC xx 250.20 . fácbaid tra rath ┐ bendachtu for
85deoradu Imblechu, ┐ ana mhinaráin i n-Imblig, Aisl. MC 55.14 .
ana cuile, ZCP x 50.4 . ? is tre fír flathemon cach ana
lán cach lestar lán imma ḟlaith, ZCP xi 88 § 11 = cach
recht rán, 81 § 12 . Fig. of a person: T. O Baighill ana
thuaisceirt Erínn (sic), AU ii 270.16 . ó theasda mh'ana
eisd mh'uch (: cara), DDána 90.25 . Ultan ana (.i. fertach)
5`U. a treasure', Gorm. Apr. 16 . As mock n. loc. Ana ┐
Indmas ┐ Brugas a tri ṅdúine, LL 3914 .
Compd. ¤ -dénmaid: dind anedenmid gl. opifice, Ml. 25a19 .
innanadeinmid gl. opificem, 42b17 .

1 anáe n(2 áe) invalid suit(?): fosair anai .i. ini srethnaither
10tria hanai indlighthi o nech, O'C. 1757 ( 23 Q 6, 34 b ). ? o
tongar gach naincheas luigi na hanaoi, O'D. 696 (H 3.17,
c. 510).

? 2 anáe n(? 2 aí): trefocul . . . cen áe for anae (some kind of
fault in composition), Arch. iii 293.10 ( Auraic. 1935 ).

15 1 anáeb n(oíb) that which is unpleasant; discomfort, distress;
discourtesy: dorcha co n-anaeb, SR 18 . ar anaeb ar escuni
ar dígail, LL 360 left marg. anáeb mór ┐ cumscugud conaich,
CCath. 2269 . mór n-imnidh ┐ n-anaoibhe, FM v 1752.15 .
gan anaoibh is gan éiccen, BNnÉ 246 § 198 . M. . . . nar
20thuill ó énneach anaoibh (tathair v.l.), 289.x. sceith is
gnuisi fogeib daib / amail iccait cach n-anaeb, Auraic. 2080 .
gan éd gan anaibh, BB 7b47 . ar an-tail ná ar an-aoibh,
A. Ó Dálaigh ix 7 . lán d'anaoibh intinne, TSh. 6691 . lán
d'ulc ┐ d'anaoibh `surliness', TD 42.6 . bés nach anaoibh,
25 O'Gr. Cat. 518.27 . blemish, disfigurement: no asaitis cnuicc
nemed fair . . . co mbid a. ¤ fair dogrés, Lib. Hymn. 162.10 .

2 anáeb n(oíb) great prosperity; pleasantness: a cclú is adhbur
anoíbhe, O'R. Poems 180 . fear oinigh is anáobha, 276 .

anáebda adj io, iā (1 anáeb) unpleasant, distressful: ba han[ṡ]uairc
30anaebda tuaruscbail ind fir sin, IT i 271.33 . óir nírb anḟlaith
anaobhdha, KMMisc. 346 ii § 3 . ria n-daerbásaib éitchib
anaebdaib, Alex. 227 . na cesta cóema / nídat espa a. ¤ , Eg.
1782, 49b1 (Meyer Contribb.).

anáebdacht n(anáebda) annoyance: dingbail tromdachta ┐
35anaobdachta, TBC p. 277 n.2 .

anáesach adj o, ā (áesach) youthful: ridire . . . óg anaosach, Dhá
Sg. Art. 676 . macaomh óg anaosach, ITS xxiv 116.11 .

anáesmar adj(áesmar) young, immature: ridire óg anaesmar,
ZCP vi 91.25 . as ócc, anáosmhar linn he, BNnÉ 292 § 11 .

40 anáesta adj(áesta) young: é óg anaosta, TSh. 10936 .

anáestacht n(anáesta) want of age, youthfulness: ar m'oige ┐ ar
m'anaosdacht-sa, TBC p. 493 n. 14 (= óitidchi, text).

? anag: n calbh a tiacht anagh (.i. a tuigsina) an brian, ZCP v
485 § 2 (B. na f.).

45 anagal xsee anacul.

anagogien n(cf. follg. wd.): a. ¤ gl. in intellectu spiritali, Wb.
26c6 . Cf. Thurn. Gramm. § 917 .

anagoig n(Gr. loanword through Latin, see Vendr. Lex. 79 ).
mystical meaning: stair ┐ sians moráil ┐ anogaig, ACC § 59
50( RC xx 256.8 ). mad iar n-anagóig, PH 3577 .

anagraitto xsee 1 anacra.

anagre: n tir n-a. ¤ , Rawl. 78b9 . See onagri.

? ana(i) n used with dei and found as v.l. with andei, hence
perh. (pagan) god, deity: beandacht dea ┐ anai (ande, LU)
55 fort . . . Dei leosom int aes cumachta ┐ anai (andéi, LU)
immorro int āes trebtha, TBC² 1750 . ? ana doláth tetharbae,
LU 10387 . ra h-acallait a ndei diabolacdai . . . ┐ a n-ana ┐ a
n-arrachta, LL 219b10 ( TTr. 76 ).

anaí adj(2 aí) devoid of science or skill, ignorant: anfeith .i. anai
60.i. aos nacha fiter, O'Dav. 38 .

anaíb xsee anáeb.

anaíbinn adj(oíbind) unpleasant, disagreeable: i n-inud utmall
anoibind, TTebe 594 . aitdeda anaibne ichtir ifrind, 1658 .
as úar anaoibhinn mh'ionadh, Buile S. 86.6 (§ 43) . ni h-ord
65anaibinn, BB 281b17 . is anáoibhinn duit, Math. xi 21 .

anaíbnes n(anaíbinn) unhappiness: síl na carat, mar adcloss / ní
rabat 'ca n-anáibniuss, Met. Dinds. iii 310.108 . ingaibed
Cúil, cian rocloss / nó biaid ina anáibniuss, 312.120 .

anaibse n(? aidbsiu, cf. abaise) excess(?): a Dhé ní d'anaibhse
70mh'olc / é nach faghaimse furtocht it is not because of excessive
sin
(S. Paul having being pardoned), Dán Dé vi 34 . ní
d'anaibhse ar m'aois / nach gabhaimse guais, PBocht 5 § 48 .
in fobairsi bó do-bheir / mó iná anaibsi in eneigh, IGT
Decl. ex. 188 .

75 anaibsech adj o, ā (aidbsech) not excessive: mad fogus duit sa lo
iat as anaibsec a solus `their light is not so bright', Ir. Astr. Tr.
106.18 . triall anaibhseach ag linn láin / amairseach ngráidh
sinn dar siair a full pool has not excessive movement (still
waters run deep?), PBocht 11A.3 .

80 anaibsigid v(aidbsigid): cuilt ni saidhbhir mun Saidhbh sin /
airbhir fuilt ni hanaibhsich it does not depreciate i.e. it
emphasises the abundance of her hair
, Magauran 1890 and
note.

? anaic n .i. guin, O'Cl.

85 anaicenta adj(aicenta). Also anaicneta. extraordinary, unusual
(of natural phenomena): ríglíe mór anaicneta, Trip.² 1598 .
aigreadh anaigeanta, FM i 426.18 . gaoth mhór anacnata, ii
720.1 . mess anacnata, AU i 492.8 . a n-as anaicenta namma
ised condaiget, Alex. 924 (of Brahmins).