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anḟochain n(fochonn). Also anachain (see Éigse ix 271 ).
(a) lack of cause; mischance: M. . . . do marbad tria a. ¤
85`through mischance', Ann. Conn. 1254.12 . tri ainfis no tri
anachainn, O'C. 285 (H 3.18, 157), 295 (162). co fuair eg
narb' anachain, BB 59a10 . bladh oirne ní hanachain fame
must needs come to us
, Caithr. Thoirdh. 69.20 .
(b) evil motive, something done to harm, injury: it chiontaibh
(id hanachuin, ann hanachain tú v.l.), BNnÉ 237 n.7 .
5 dáilfiod duit . . . / sgoth mo cheirde . . . / mar dhíol im
anachuin ort in satisfaction for my injury to you, Aithd. D.
34.21 . do-ghéantasa . . . / fa cheann séad . . . / céad anachain
`a hundred other injuries', TD 19.11 . leanfuid . . . / ar
chogthaibh, ar choirrbheartaibh / ar anachain . . . `in doing
10hurt
', 21.14 . d'éis a dtug d'anachain air after all the bitter
campaigning he has taken on himself
(?), DDána 75.13 .
níor bh' í so amháin anfhochain na mBreathnach an tan
soin (of the raids of the Picts), Keat. ii 6129 . do dhéantar
anachán do nimh air a shon `a misfortune will be sent from
15heaven
', ZCP ii 560.14 . táinic anfhochain ó dhia ar Dhíoma
i ndíogail a aindlighidh, SG 5.24 . nochar féch d'anfochain
ná do guasacht `pain or peril', Caithr. Thoirdh. 10.22 . ré
hiomchar gach anfhochaine theagmhas dóibh, TSh. 8451 .
iomad d'anfhochainibh ┐ d'amhgaraibh, 9533 . d'imtheacht
20uainn le hanachain `to have gone from us by misfortune',
Misc. Celt. Soc. 370.6 .

anfochell n(1 fochell) carelessness, negligence: innanfochill,
arnabé a. ¤ leu cen atlugud buide gl. incuriam gratias agendi,
Ml. 117b6 , 7 . 127c19 . Cf. ainbchellach.

25 ? anḟoclach: adj sīl Ādhaim anḟoclaig, ZCP viii 210 § 51 = anacind,
Lec. 171b21 .

anfoclaid v(anfocal): mas ar fath fogla ro anfoclud `if it was
for the purpose of injury that it was deceitfully recommended
',
Laws ii 34.26 Comm. munub ar fath fogla ro anfocuil
30orrudh, 18 Comm.

anfóill adj(fóill) appar. by-form of anbáil. not slight, great, huge;
terrible: in t-immad adbul anfoill sin, BB 241a49 . do thecht
slóig a. ¤ imdai, LL 219a15 ( TTr. 148 ). sretha aidbli anfolli di
ruadramaib, 219b30 ( ib. 190 ). co n-erracht in muir . . . ina
35immairib anfoille immarda, 219b34 ( ib. 194 ). o aiccian
imdomuin anfoil mara romuir, BB 240b40 . ellom anbḟōil
`a huge bride-price', ZCP viii 270 § 54 . édala iomdha
anffoille, FM iv 748.14 . dochóidh i ttroma anbhóill `had
become very corpulent
', vi 1916.13 . gebis galur D. . . . tria
40aídcell anḟoill, LB 129a15 . in t-ethrad anbḟoild, Aisl.
Tund. 95.4 . pláigh aidhbhseach anbhfóill, FM iv 690.11 .
cogadh anffoil, ZCP xiv 220.14 . Compar. anfólli cach olc
leis a ṡiúr do breith i mbrait, LL 227b32 ( TTr. 768 ). Adv.
baoí tra an teidhm sin co hanffóil for Shaxanchaibh lay
45sore upon
, FM v 1680.11 . ro díothláiccheadh (díláthraiged?)
Laigin co hanbfhoill isin chaithgleo sin, i 332.9 . Uenantius
aeb anfoil `shrewd(?)', Gorm. Oct. 13 . gnimrada borba
anfoille aneladhnacha, Laws iii 174 n.l ` unskilled ', Plummer
MS notes.

50 anfóille n[iā, f.] (anfóill) greatness: ar meit a n-orddain ┐ ar
anfóilli a n-airechais, LL 217b46 ( TTr. 66 ). ri anfolle na
airsclaigi, 226a27 ( ib. 660 ). ar troma an dochraide ┐ ar
anffóille a ccíosa, Leb. Gab. 76.29 .

anḟoillse n(foillse): ní fil inntib ní no beth i n-anḟollsi dó which
55would not be manifest to him
, IT i 169.z .

anfoillsigthe adj(foillsigthe) concealed: comad anfoillsite erlathar
na greine, Rawl. B 512, 66d17 (cited from Plummer MS notes).

anfoirbthe adj(1 foirbthe). Later anḟoirbthe (a) incomplete,
imperfect (of persons or abstract qualities): imchesti
60anfoirbthi `imperfect mutual questions', Wb. 29c11 . mád
anforbthe ind anim, LU 2126 ( FA 19 ). ar tola collaide ┐
ar n-accobar anforbthi, LB 132a17 . díchurid uad in uabar
n-anforpthi, PH 3494 . is anfhorbthe sin a cleirig (of a
cleric tempted by desire), Fél. 40.25 . dōene anforbthi,
65 Arch. iii 316 § 44 . As subst.: ni tuccai nach a. ¤ / buith fo
riaguil mo chomae `no imperfect one understands', Ériu i
202.8 . cid mor d'ulc do-gné . . . / . . . is d'anfhorbthi, Celtica
ii 29.13 . In religious sense: int óis a. ¤ , Wb. 13c13 . do óis
anfoirbthiu, 12d26 . na bi heirisi .i. na bi hanḟoirbthi, O'C.
70 2287 ( Eg. 88, 21(22)c ). In more literal sense: ionadh fhir
anfhoirfe rude, uncivilized(?), Buile S. § 58 . lenamh ócc
anfoirbti immature , BNnÉ 239 § 171 .
(b) Of numbers: foirbthe ar anfoirbthiu `a perfect number
for an imperfect
' (gl. decem milia), Wb. 9a10 , 12d25 . corrici
75míli .i. foirbthe ar anfoirbthiu gl. et alia mille, Sg. 207b10 .
āirim anforbthe amal atā .iii. . . . āirim forbthe ut est a sē
. . . airim ollforbthe ut est a dō dēc, Auraic. 1443 . is si
sin in dethber airme anforbhthe amal rogabh a tri no a
cuig ar nach fuillter o chouitibh, 4493 . āirem anfhurmithi
80na n-apstal īar n-imorbus i.e. eleven, Aisl. MC 51.14 .
Gramm.: sechmadachtae n-a. ¤ past imperfect (tense), Ml.
62a16 .

anfoirbthetu adj(anfoirbthe) imperfection: ara a. ¤ , Wb. 6c20 .

anfoircnedach adj(foircnedach) limitless, boundless: in t-ocían
85anforcnedach, LU 1926 . iar siriudh ind aicciúin anfoircne-
daigh, Reeves Ad. 264.3 .