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anbáthad n(báthad) = prec.: eaccla ┐ anbháthadh intinne do
85gabail na ngall ` perplexity of mind', FM iii 394.1 . eagla
mhór ┐ anbháthadh do ghabháil na nGall, ALC i 448.3 =
anbath, Ann. Conn. 1264. 7 . Cf. anbhádhach n dread, fear,
surprise, panic , Celtica vi 68 .

? anbatu: ind ced as fogailse do duini . . . anbata (a. ¤ , enbatu
v.l.) brīathar . . . ced is imgabt[h]ai . . . fāitbi brīathar,
5 ZCP iii 449.10 = enfaitiu mbriathar, Lism. L. 4541 .

? anbfaise xsee onfais.

anbfassaig xsee anfossaid.

anbfáth xsee anfáth.

anbflathach xsee anbladach.

10 anbfossaid xsee anfossaid.

ánbig xsee áinbech.

anbil adj(2 bil or a s f. of anbal ?): iarsin tarmairt mo Dia dil /
frisintúaid n-engaig n-a. ¤ (` wicked ', Gloss.), SR 4718 .

? anbla: ind túirid craide uamnig anbla (conscius ipse mali de se
15putat omnia dící)
, PH 5162 . Cf. ainble.

? anbladach (bladach): garb dúaig tossach a ḟlatha miscnech
a. ¤ (anbfhlathach v.l.) a medón adj of evil report(?), ZCP xi
87 § 48 (`unfürstlich'). Cf. anblod, anflaithech.

anblasad n(blasad): ó anbhlasadh na n-ainmhian over-
20indulgence in, TSh. 9242 .

? anblath: n a. ¤ obund (chev.), Anecd. i 55 § 41 = Immrama
58 § 41 . Cf. next two wds.

anblod n(cf. 1 folad): a. ¤ (.i. anbflaithes) ānruth, Ält. Ir. Dicht.
ii 22 § 2 . nīambrao a. ¤ anreth, § 3.

25 anblúth: n aṅblúth n-én, LU 8603 ( FB 45 ) (`a charging along(?),
Celtica vi 232 ). anbluth, 8639 ( 47 ). Cf. enblaith.

anbobracht xsee anfobracht.

? anboch: ind mor indi a. ¤ borb ladrandacht, IT iii 102.1 .

anbód: n anbhód .i. béd nach cóir, no éccóir, O'Cl.

30 anboth xsee anfud.

anbrachtach xsee anfobrachta.

anbrath n(brath) great treachery: ní raibhe a fhis ag B. O C.
do bheith a n-a. ¤ do no gur derbh fein a a. ¤ `B. did not know
that O'C. was acting treacherously towards him until he himself
35proved his treachery
', ALC ii 410.19 . nā bīodh sibh a n-
anbhrath dhaoibh fén `be not untrue to yourselves', Eachtra
Uill. 3469 . gan chogadh . . . gan anbhrath, Duan. Finn
i 59.15 . in ngeubhthaoí síth gan anbhrath ? ITS v 154.z .

anbroic n(broic): anabhroic an deamhain sin re dia gan chúis,
40 Ó Bruad. iii 182.16 ` quarrelling with', Gloss.

anbroit n(broit) great captivity; oppression: imtheacht . . . a
hanbhroid . . . na hÉigipte, TSh. 7755 . do theitheadh ré
hanbhroid na bhFomhórach, Keat. i 184.17 . d'anabhroid
gur sgaipedar, O'Gr. Cat. 552.20 .

45 anbruith(e) (cf. bruithe) n broth: in coiri anbruithi, ZCP i
103.30 . an corp . . . do fothrugud rena anbruith iar nglanad
(printed anbruithi ar) to wash the body in the brew, O'Gr.
Cat. 185.6 . láir bhán do mharbhadh . . . bheith ag ól a
hanbhruith . . . ┐ go bhfothruigeadh é féin as an anbhruith
50(inauguration of a chief), Keat. i 22.4 . do chuir an tan-
bhruith a bpota, Judges vi 19, 20 . noch ithes . . . anbhruithe
neitheann nadhfhúathmar, Is. lxv 4 . deoch de d'chuid
anairthe (anbhruith v.l.), ITS i 34.9 .

anbsaid adj i (fossaid). In O. Ir. anbsud pl. anbsidi u, see Thurn.
55Gramm. § 358 . Later anfossaid q.v. Unsteady, inconstant:
anbsud gl. mendax, Ml. 130d3 . it anbsidi gl. motabiles, 10 .
intí rop a. ¤ corop cobsaid, PH 5622 . nīrbam utmall a. ¤ , ZCP
vi 260.1 . nīdat a. ¤ ēcundail `fickle', Ériu iii 14 § 12 . ba
hocgal a. ¤ écialla, LL 224b19 . a occbhaidh utmall anbsaidh
60`his nimble and athletic men', FM vi 2126.18 . bá uttmall
anbsaidh ainiarmartach a ccomhairle, 2288.22 . drochet
clóen a. ¤ , LL 371a20 . Adv. airbirit co a. ¤ ┐ co utmall, LU
2062 ( FA 14 ). co ha. ¤ utmall, Aisl. Tund. 95.2 .

anbsaide n(anbsaid) instability, restlessness: ainbsithe aicnith,
65 ZCP iii 25.19 . snimche iss ed dogní side / anbhsaidhi ni
cert / sreng cáich asa aracul / for faeineall, for fecht, BLism.
94vb32 .

1 anbúain n f. (2 úain). Also -óin. anmhúain anúain f., IGT
Decl. § 13 (g s. and pl. anbuana, O'Gr. Cat. 464.22 ;
70 Smaointe B. Chr. 4089 ). misfortune, trouble, unrest: madh a. ¤ galair no
eigin . . . air, O'C. 304 (H 3.18, 167). acht muna fuil anmuain
air do brathair no do dearbrathair i.e. unless his relatives
raise any objection or difficulty
, 296 - 297 (ib. 163). ní choisc-
fidís sin uile anmhuain aenduine a n-ifrinn, RC xxiv 381.16 .
75 'gá fhaicsin san anbhuain sin (i.e. without food), Dán Dé
iv 21 . d'fhóirithin a anbhuaine ( blindness ), 27 . do luigh ar
lár na huaighe / d'fhóirithin ar n-anbhuaine, v 11 . adhbhar
anbhóine (: Móire), TD 41.7 . do bi an medi sin do gabhadh
┐ d'anmuain air, Smaointe B. Chr. 4047 . do sgoilt a cruí
80le hanbhóin (:nóin), Measgra D. 64.84 . ar mbeith a nanbhuáin
mhoír dhósan, Luke xxii 44 . ní bhí anbhuain i
nUltaibh / ná coimhéirghe i gConnachtaibh, DDána 82.37 .
crechaidh U. tria a. ¤ , MR 138.2 . faccbais . . . a leabhar
. . . le hanbuain imtheachta in his hurry to go, BNnÉ 208
85§ 58 . mór an t-adhbhar anbhuaine (of the last day), DDána
12.11 . gabhaidh crioth ┐ anbhuain é dismay, TSh. 7453 .
ná biodh anbhuain oruibh be not dismayed, Jer. x 2 . intinne,
anbhuain, crádh, Eg. Gl. 261 . With co: biaid co hanbuain
Éri / re forran na fer sin, Fen. 282.19 . Metaph. of a person:
Risteard Talbóid anamhóin eachtrann `distress of foreigners',
5 Ó Bruad. iii 134.16 . In phrase: d'úain nó d'a. ¤ come weal
or woe
, see 2 úain.
Cf. anúain.