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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.

? 2 anbúain n(búain): ní hiongnadh is truime a tuair / go
dtiobhradh uirre an anbhuain `that she should yield rich har-
10vest
', Aithd. D. 18.30 and note .

anbúaine x= 1 anbúain: rug a anbhuaini uirre sin `her dis-
tress overtook her
', Misc. Celt. Soc. 340.7 . do fhoir a ha. ¤ , Hy
Fiachr. 286.10 .

anbúainech adj(1 anbúain). Also anmúainech. troublesome, distressing,
15 disturbing: th'fhiabras ro anbhuainech, Desid. 4529 .
an tan sinnfídhear an buabhall anbhuainech úd (of Last
Judgment), Parrth. Anma 1844 . ar ccluinsin an chaismerta
anbuainigh, O'Hussey TC 69.10 . In subjective sense dis-
tressed, disturbed: fa fúar ┐ fa hanmhuainech dó, LB 278b30 .
20 is annbhuaineach do bhí fiannaibh hEirionn, CF Eg. 448 .
na bí anbhúaineach distressed, 1 Chron. xxviii 20 . Adv. do
badar ann an adaigh [sin] co h-a. ¤ `in great anxiety', Celt.
Rev. iv 202.12 . go ro duiscc . . . an righ asa codlad go
hanmuainech imsniomach, BNnÉ 324 n.21 . gé d'fhásadar
25go hanamhóineach though they became distressed, Ó Bruad.
iii 140.x . do hearbadh sinn go hísiol anamhóineach, 216 ii .
go hocarach, airciosach, anbhuaineach `anxiously', O'Gr.
Cat. 558.15 .

anbúained ind= anbúaine?: teanndhaladh ┐ anbhuaneadh an
30bháis `dismay', RC xxiii 18.21 .

anbúais: n ni sinn fotragluais do nim / a h-anbhuais! triat'
imresain (Adam to Lucifer), SR 1742 (perh. an + 1 úais
O ignoble one).

anbuinide adv. dorala . . . tecmail co hanbuinidi (anbuiridi
35 v.l.) anurlam . . . i cend a athar `he happened untowardly . . .
to fall in with his father
', TTebe 102 . Cf. 1 anbúain?

anbuirbe n(buirbe): tre anbhuirbe mo naimhde si great rage ,
Ps. vii 6 . mire, anbhuirbe, Eg. Gl. 89 .

ancair n(see Vendr. Lex. s. anchara) anchorite: Cormac
40Selbaig a. ¤ (anchora, angcaire v.l.), Cog. 16.22 . encuir
graece fossud ┐ encoire enim graece auess quae manet in
locis suis, unde enchuir ┐ encorach dicitur duine fossad fo
craeph, O'Mulc. 398 .
Cf. ancharae.

45 ancairde n(cairde): robai a hancairdi fri T. `for she had a grudge
against the Trojans
', Aen. 211 .

1 ancaire xsee ancharae.

2 ancaire n m. (Lat. ancora). Also accaire (ON akkeri). Ped.
i 224 . Bidrag 80 . acaire, ancaire .c. (ón énchéill) m., IGT
50 Decl. § 2 . anchor: ancoire gl. ancora, Ir. Gl. 68 . cuiridh ind
a. ¤ imach, Lism. L. 3777 . batur . . . a ndocumal mor d'esbaidh
an ancuiri . . . ár ni raibi acu angcaire, 3782 . cuirit iarumh
an acaire amach, Anecd. iii 8.25 . rolaset a n-acaireda a tir
annsin, Aen. 119 . ní long í gan a. ¤ , IGT Decl. ex. 141 .
55 angcaire na haithrighe do léigean fúthaibh, TSh. 2373 . a
longa for a n-ancairib, CCath. 1344 . áit a mbuī in long ar
angcairip, Fl. Earls 8.2 .
Cf. 1 ingor.

ancarae xsee ancharae.

60 anchaint n(caint) act of speaking ill, defaming: beith ag a. ¤ ┐ ag
ithiomrádh, Desid. 6456 . a. ¤ do gheunamh, 2 Peter ii 10 .
a. ¤ a naghuidh na hanchainte, 1 Peter ii 23 . an a. ¤ ` scolding ',
Donl. 158.6 .

anchaithem n(caithem): i ndíol . . . gach anchaithim aimsire
65 every ill-use of time, TSh. 5273 .

anchaithid v(caithid): anchaithigh sé a mhaóin spendeth his
substance
, Prov. xxix 3 .

anchaithmech adj(anchaithem): dona daoinibh anchaithmheacha
ar a maoin, Mac Aingil 968 . don té bhíos anchaithmheach
70ar aimsir a b[h]eathadh the person who misspends his time
during life
, 971 .

anchaithtech adj= anchaithmech: ancaithteach, díoblaiseach, Eg.
Gl. 43 .

ancharae nalso áncharae and angcaire. m. in tanchara, LL
75 373d7 . No ex. of inflection in sg., nt in pl. (Lat. anachoreta,
infl. by carae, see Vendr. Lex.) anchorite: ancarae . . .
Laisrien a ainm, Mon. Tall. 155.3 (§ 67) . Cornan . . . anchore,
131.25 (§ 10) . Frossach anchore, Gorm. Apr. 11 and note.
Marcillian is Madailb .i. anchoiri `an anchorite', Oct. 3 and
80note. Colman . . . .i. ancara boi i Connachtaibh, Anecd. ii
18.19 . quies Cinaeda . . . ánchara Herend, Ann. Inisf. 160.2 .
ánchara eter anchartib, PH 880 . ānchara: clārt[h]ana,
Arch. iii 307 § 25 . ancharait (ancarait, áncharait, ancharaid
v.l.) imm ṡenPhól, Fél. Ep. 251 . escuip ┐ áncharait / uasail
85┐ ailethraig, SG 367.21 ( LL 298b25 ). teora mili ancharat,
LL 373c18 . d'immad a n-espoc ┐ a n-an[n]charut, Aisl. MC
105.23 . failte ar na sruthib ┐ ar na hanchardib mora-sa
in choimded, PH 1904 . Aedh anchori décc, FM i 232.3 .
giollacartaigh . . . canánach ┐ angcoire, iii 252.x = ancaire,
Ann. Conn. 1230.12 . ab ┐ angcoire (of St. Fechín), RC
5 xii 320 § 1 . angcaire nó dithreabhach, Eochairsg. 125.21 .
Replaced by Lat. wd.: Ternoc anchoreta, Gorm. Feb. 8 .
Constans, sacart ┐ anchoréta, Nov. 14.
Cf. ancair, anmcharae.