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annam adj o, ā (an + dám, Gwynn, Hermathena xlviii 145 ).
pl. annmha (annaimhe, proscribed form), Bard. Synt. Tr.
75 68 § 17a . (a) alone, unaccompanied; lonely: is andam . . .
lasin n-anmain iar comgnáis . . . na colla . . . insaigid . . . co
rígsuide in dúleman, LU 2077 ( FA 15 ) (`lonesome for the
soul
. . .', Gwynn loc. cit.). cid cain deicsiu Muighe Fail /
anam (annam v.l.) iar ngnais Muigi M. `'tis desolate after
80frequenting M.
', Ériu xii 180 § 10 (TE). andam aicsiu ind
Inbir / . . . / cen laech Fernaide `a lonely sight is the I.'
(Gwynn), AU i 378.21 .
(b) seldom, occurring only rarely: ní frith . . . láech a
tairisme . . . andam sin, a Laegairi, or C., Sc. M² § 9R . tú
85dá innise is annamh, Aithd.D. 11.21 . annamh toradh ná
tug siad `scarcely is there a fruit that they have not won', TD
29.39 . failet lim-sa . . . di ingein mar nach annom `as is not
rare
', ZCP ii 134.20 . nir bh'andam a breth . . . / a creach ar
Gallaibh . . ., BB 57a31 . As adv.: is annam do tigedh sé
amach acht re diu láe, St. Ercuil 1939 . Compar. as annmha
5galruightear na seandaóine naid na daóini óga, 23 K 42,
22.13 . In phr. is a. ¤ la it is seldom in the case of, it is unusual
for
(x to do so and so): andam leo crad a ndalta, Anecd. ii
70.7 . rop annam lat bith cen t'arm, TFerbe 470 . ba
hannam re trenfheraib tomaitheam air cein ba beo, TTebe
10 3473 . bid andam lib beith fó chís do rig eli, Alex. 210 . ba
hannam leo in ní sin they were not accustomed to that, 427 .
an ní dob annamh la h-ua neill frith faill iomcoimhetta fair,
FM vi 2020.12 . ro b'annamh lim láthair . . . d'fácbháil,
MR 308.21 .
15Attrib.: an dianaister annamh ainmeinic, Hugh Roe²
20.21 (fo. 6a) . ar ghlór mín i n-uair annuimh `in gentle
rare-spoken voice
', Aithd. D. 41.13 . In sense of rare, strange,
unusual: Aodh . . . an airm annaimh `of the wonderful
weapon
'(?), O'R. Poems 489 and n. grés annamh ag inghin
20Oilill `precious needle-work', O'Hara 4187 . fuair . . . an réir
n-annaimh n-éadálaigh `that extraordinary award of goods',
TD 3.25 . ceas naoidhean an eóin annaimh (of the cuckoo
during winter), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 164.69 . ríoghradh an
uaignis annoimh who are seldom unattended, 114.93 . a
25ghrādh buan gach fhir annaimh `of every guest (i.e. visiting
poet
)', O'R. Poems 2305 and Gloss. searc gach éinfhir
annaimh í, O'Hara 2934 . Cf. oirchiosachd aoidheadh
n-annamh (a work of charity), Mac Aingil 3612 . aoighe
sgeoil uaignigh annaimh, DDána 97.14 . sgél go ccéill
30n-uainghigh n-annaimh, O'R. Poems 531 .
? brigh annum .i. quert uadside for a fidh coibnesa, BB
310a37 (kenning for the letter Q) = brig anduine .i. ceirtech,
Anecd. iii 44.16 .

annamacht xsee annmacht.

35 annath n(cf. nath): an-, am-, dīultudaig gāidilge amail rongab
nath ┐ a. ¤ , Corm. Y 23 . ? leth-ainm fir annatha (andudha
v.l.) .i. Ogan ua hUrthaile, Anecd. ii 52.7 .

annḟocal nalso annocal. some kind of cryptic saying, by-word:
andḟocul habitual saying, Phil. Soc. Trans. 1944, 103 . conid
40annḟocal .i. Cú ┐ Ceithen, LL 3826 = gnathfocul, Dinds.
1 § 14 ( RC xv 281 ). annfocal .i. gnath fhocal, O'Cl. anfocal
.i. focul gnáthach, Ériu xiii 63 § 27 . ba ha. ¤ d'feraibh Érenn
. . . a athcomarc diaroile, `An gus an Magh cCetna bertar
an cíos . . .', Leb. Gab. 76.24 . ba hé . . . a hannacol (hannocul
45 v.l.) . . . maccain congair in aird cheoil / sech nin athgēn
nimathgeoin, Mór M. 3 . iss ed dī andfocal (sic leg.) robói i
m-bélaib in t-slúaig oc denam in tócuir: cuire i lláim tochra
i llaim . . ., LU 10819 . Note also: iss e seo annofocla(?)
boí ocá muintir . . . cuirthe i lland tochre i lland, etc.,
50 10879 = is e seó and foclai, Ériu xii 182 § 11 (TE). be é a
hannacul: it crína indiu mo chrúi etc. (Ailill Ólom lamenting
his forsaken state), RC xiii 460 § 60 . ba hé a hannacol
Maic Con indíeid a drúith, § 61. ba hé a hannacol Said be
(lamenting the death of Art), § 62 .

55 annlacad xsee adnacul.

annlaicid xsee ad-anaig.

? annlaid: ind drúth cech a. ¤ , ZCP xvii 60 § 13 (= Aib. Cuigni
91 ); leg. andgaid?

annlán: n bíodh a fhios aguibh . . . go bhfuilid seacht cceinn ar
60an uabhar .i. . . . a. ¤ , Párl. na mB. 1088 (` arrogance(?)', Gloss.).
na daoine ghlacas a. ¤ ┐ aindréim chum cathréim an tsaoghail
seo, 1620 .

annland n o, m. (We. enllyn, Ped. i 115 . See also Phil. Soc.
Trans. 1944, p. 103 ). condiment, savoury, relish accompany-
65ing another food, such as butter with bread etc. Frequ.
used in association with tarsand but distinction not clear.
For suggestions as to the difference see BCrólige 25 n. ,
ZCP xiv 362 § 20 . gafand .i. sann .i. nomen sasta .i. anland
tarsand, O'Mulc. 612 . anland de saill na him `condiment of
70bacon or butter
', Mon. Tall. 144.10 (§ 45) . da laa deac for
dhib bommanaib du cach bargine toimsi cona nannlund
di ass cen chroith `with their condiment of skim-milk', Ériu
xix 66 § 28 . aran . . . ni bi imthormach de . . . acht do
dhig ┐ andland, Rule of Tall. 64 § 3 . braissech dino ni
75dígband in aran . . . daig is andlann side leo-sam .i. ass
fuirri ┐ ni himm, § 4. boim . . . do bairgin eorna . . . ┐ da
mecon do murrathaig do anlann fair, Fél. 88.27 . liach immi
a n-anlond, LL 206a8 . anlonn trí cét bargen, BColm. 60.17 .
bairgen . . . cona handlonn, Laws i 106.3 .i. do im no do
80loim. 28 Comm. atat iii tarsu[i]nn arachuile cain othrusa
.i. annla[i]nn, BCrólige 25 (= Triads 184 ). atat .iiii. airig i
tuaith alid annlunn `who are entitled to relishes', 26 . gan
greim do annlann . . . gan mír nannlainn, Mart. Don. 224.15 ,
19 . ocht nándlaind cacha bairgine ┐ ocht torsnu fria cach
85nandland, Aisl. Mc 99.7 . gan feoil, gan a. ¤ , BNnÉ 233 § 149 .
terce arbha ┐ annloinn, FM ii 884.13 . dá lón . . . / d'fhios
an aonaigh anaithnidh / an abhlonn . . . / 's a hannlonn
d'ḟuil an ḟíréin, DDána 20.3 . Fig. seacht ngarbhchailleacha
go n-a n-annlann síodhbhraidhe góstaidhe with their accom-
paniment of spectres
, E. O'Rahilly 296.26 .