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1 andóit n f. (Low Lat. antitās through We., see Vendr. Lex.)
ancient foundation, church having a special connection with
a patron saint and from which others have been founded
(?)
(distinguished from eclas and e. bunaid): annóid (andoit
75 v.l.) eagluis in gach tan, Met. Gl. 15 § 32 . ceim .i. conair,
ut est ceim sech na dichestar dilsi sech andoit n-eclaise .i.
is conair na dichestar do dilsiugud ar in ferann sech an
eclais is andoit, O'Dav. 549 . annóid .i. eaglas, O'Cl. in
tan tiagar . . . on eagluis bunuidh ┐ atbaill in sin oc annoit
80┐ faguibh comarba, Laws iii 64.z Comm. `that is, the
church in which the patron saint was educated, or in which
his relics were kept
, glossed: eclais do et in aile as cenn ┐ is
tuiside', 65 n.3 . muna tainic damna apaidh dfine erluma
. . . annoit do gabail, 74.2 Comm. `the `a. ¤ '-church shall assume
85it, i.e. the mother of this church i.e. the church in which
its patron saint had been educated
', note 1. dia raibh a
seanathuir i nannoit ┐ a athuir in atharach annoite, 66.12
Comm. adbonnar do flaith, do eclais, do forflaith ┐ do
annoit, 298.7 Comm. fo reir abbad .i. annoite, 14.27 Comm.
aircinnech no ap annóiti, O'D. 1690 (H 5.15, 30b). annoit
5.i. a mbi taisi in erloma, O'C. 1046 (H 3.18, 436a). annoit
itir annoitaib, O'C. 1899 (RIA 23 P 3, f.23). ni dlegar
dechmada . . . na trian annoiti i.e. a principal church is
not entitled to tithes . . . or to one third of the dues of an
a. ¤ church (unless it fulfils its duties), Lism. L. 4531 (=
10 Reeves Culdees 93 ). comadh and no beth a andoit, BB
266b35 . a chealla ┐ a annóide úaisle ┐ a thermainn toghaide
(of Maedóc of Ferns), BNnÉ 264 § 225 . ata annoid ┐ cros
annsan ionadh sin, 26 § 16. d'euglasaibh ┐ d'annōidibh,
Eachtra Uill. 4896 . ?rotóccbad a fola cum n-andóiti
15(B. na f.), Arch. iii 311.10 .
? In extended sense of church lands or tenants of same:
cach fine, cach manche, cach andoit iar nurdliged, Laws
iii 36.1 . a. ¤ .i. fine erlama, 10 Comm. sléchtid I. du Pátricc
for a manchi ┐ a andoóit, Thes. ii 241.3 (Ardm.) = Trip.
20 344.2 . i ngach annóitt ┐ i ngach aittreibh diar fhoghain
(Maedóc Ferna), BNnÉ 273 § 248 .
Cf. andóin, antait, nóit.

? 2 andóit adj(1 doé) handless: Fearghus Andot (doit .i. lam)
.i. F. Gearrlámhach . . . andoid .i. nemh-doídech, ar bat
25gearr a dí láimh, Cóir Anm. 236 .

andóitech x= 2 andóit: maic Echach ḟind andóitig, Met.
Dinds. iii 70.60 .

andomain n(domain ?) usually with tír of bog, marshy land,
etc.: andomuin .i. ferann ainethaim, ut est a. ¤ tíre .i. tír a
30mbí inne doimne, cuirrig ┐ seiscenn no moin, O'Dav. 140 .
tir n-a. ¤ , Laws v 250.6 .i. curraigh ┐ seisccend, 252.1 Comm.
feis a n-a. ¤ .i. bid a lenmain isin lathaig (of cattle), O'C.
1059 (H 3.18, 438b). a. ¤ .i. ainm antire [.i.] moin ┐ lothrach,
123 (ib. 75a). a. ¤ duibtir ┐ moin son, Laws iv 276.19 Comm.

35 andord n(1 dord) drone, song, chant (hardly to be distinguished
from dord. Perh. non-bass, tenor , MS. Mat. iii 378 ): a. ¤ ela
inmain aui strain of the swan dear to the ear, Corm. Y 662 .
a. ¤ aingel, Ériu ii 108 § 21 . búi . . . N. . . . oc a. ¤ Ba bind . . .
a n-a. ¤ mac n-U., IT i 72 § 8 (Lg.). coblach Arddain . . . a. ¤
40Ándle, 78 § 17 . amal ro chualatar Ulaid . . . in a. ¤ , 73 § 9 .
a síanan ┐ a n-a. ¤ . . . oc airfitiud in tslúaig, RC xxv 32 n.2 .

andordán n(andord): gnáthaigid . . . andordáin . . . a richt
bhindis ` crooning ', De Contemptu 1758 .

andracht adj o, ā horrible, repulsive: ind neime a. ¤ gl. tetri . . . viri,
45 Sg. 112a1 . fri án teóra drecha éitchi androchta, LU
7731 = anrachta, BDD² 1264 . Cf. indrocht, ardracht,
étrocht.

? andraidecht: n ar calmatus . . . ┐ anlecht ┐ a. ¤ , BB 428a42 .

? andregoin: ind diúchtra a terbaig a. ¤ (.i. a galar ban sidi), LU
50 3526 ( SC 28 ).

? andremach n(cf. dremach): gaib immut a andremuig a huí
Chathbad comérig, LL 13786 .

andró xsee annró.

androng n(drong): do fhaguibh cheathra hainia[r]smadha aran
55andruing airgeas a chill ` horde ', BNnÉ 161 § 24 (aran
druing, v.l.).

andsacht xsee 2 annsacht.

andsatu x etc. see ansatu etc.

anduarcas n(dúarcus): tre a. ¤ ┐ neamhbhuidheachas na bpeacach
60 refractoriness , Luc. Fid. 3562 .

? andub adj very black: im rosg mhall Sadhbha ag silleadh /
filleadh mong n-abhra as andubh (: malldubh), DDána 99.30 .

andud vn. of andaid ( Ped. ii 457 ). Also spelt andod, annad.
(a) act of lighting: fri annad caindle, SR 4535 . fri hannud
65sutrall solus, Met. Dinds. i 32.55 . ? la hannud cach[a] ree,
Ériu v 212.110 .
(b) Fig. act of inspiring, kindling: do a. ¤ a menman són
`to kindle their minds', Ml. 131d14 . Aed oll fri a. ¤ nane `at
kindling of brilliance
', Thes. ii 295 § 1 . cudu a. ¤ indbais
70huaigh where is the grave of the inspirer of wealth(?) (of a
dead abbot), AU i 442.16 = caitte annadh inn mais uaigh
`where is the waiting place', FM ii 602.20 . im a. ¤ ┐ im elscud
déaircci, Trip.² 647 = im andadh . . . deserce, Anecd. ii 19.13 .
annadh fēile ropad ūathib, Arch. iii 298 § 65 .
75(c) o andod co diles `from beginning to end', Laws iii
318.11 Comm. = o annudh co diludh, i 294.9 Comm.
a annag co digleod . . . o annog co digleod, O'D. 1693 (H
5.15, 31a).
(d) na muca andaigthe .i. na muca in tan bit ag annad
80ag breth orc generating (?), O'C. 343 (H 3.18, 190b).
Cf. adannad.

anduine n(duine) (a) person of low estate, poor person, wretch:
andaoine na hAlban, brusgarshluagh na Breatan Móire,
Keat. i 56.24 . la handaoinibh ┐ la mogadhaibh, FM v
851622.12 . ná tóg mac mogha go hárd / . . . / nuair theannaid
ina maoine / ní hiontaobh na handaoine, Dánfhocail 103
(cf. maīn ar mug ni aithenar, Sc.M² 3 ). ón Lios . . . / ní
héurthur na handaoíne, O'R. Poems 184 .
(b) evil person, person of ill intent: tria comhairle ┐ asslach
anndaoíne ecciallaigh, FM vi 2230.y . casg aga ar gach a. ¤ ,
5 O'R. Poems 22 . doní an ta. ¤ tionsgnamh a naghaidh an
ionnruic, Ps. xxxvii 12 .
? ni bera dire a. ¤ recht diamfogladthar, O'C. 1772 ( RIA
23 Q 6, 37b ). brīg a. ¤ .i. ceirtech, Anecd. iii 44.16 = brigh
annum .i. quert uadside etc., BB 310a37 .