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anscuichthe adjalso anscuithe (scuithe) immoveable, unchangeable:
caire ainsic .i. . . . nō anscuithe .i. neamscuithe .i. gan
toichned dogrēs, Corm. Y 361 . anscuiche .i. cona scuichither
75dia gablaib, Laws i 48.16 Comm. in gach brudin . . . coire
ansguith[e], RC xxi 397.1 . ail a. ¤ lit. immoveable rock i.e.
established point: for-toing ail anscuichte lais .i. f. airdi no
aimseir . . . no laid no litteir . . . it hé mairb in sin for-tongat
for biu, ni fortongar cenaib an immoveable rock testifies
80along with him i.e. a sign or time . . . or a lay or letter . . .,
those are the dead that testify against the living, without them
there is no over-ruling testimony
, ZCP xv 361 § 46 ; xvi 228 .
feitheam for-toing fir fri hailche andscuithe, O'C. 1890
( 23 P 3, 22 ). tri ailge anscuichthi, ZCP xii 363.35 . ni ruc
85C. breth riam cen teora ailig anscui[ch]thi breth occa, CF
73.7 . ropot samaigthi i n-ollamnas amal ail anscuichthi,
RC xxvi 53 n.l . Fig. of a person: am dún díthogail am ail
a. ¤ , Misc. Hib. 20 § 3 ( IT iii 53.26 ).
As subst. immoveable property: connic duine a scuithche
┐ a andscuithche uile do thabairt ina nertslainte don
5ecclais, O'D. 2283 ( Rawl. B 506, 25d ). is indearb dona
scuichib curab inand dono um andscuiche, Laws v 208.z
Comm. a leth . . . ar scuithi . . . a leth ar scath an-
scuichthi in respect of moveables or immoveables, 34.15 Comm.
Cf. ansclithe.

10 anscuichthech adj= anscuichthe: .x. nailche annscuictecha, O'C.
416 (H 3.18, 228b).

anse xsee 1 ansae.

ansiul xsee séol (b).

ansmacht n(smacht) oppressive rule, tyranny: triana anffoltaibh
15┐ trena a. ¤ forra, FM v 1510.2 . med ansmachta ┐ annirt,
TFrag. 184.22 . do fhalaigh gach annsmacht, Studies 1920,
418.22 . tré a. ¤ na maor, Atlantis iv 164.10 . ainméen ┐ a. ¤
. . . an impire, Fl. Earls 118.z . táinig d'a. ¤ (sic leg., see Ériu
xii 230 ) Gall, Keat. Poems 1365 . a. ¤ Gall dóibh, TD 3.11 .
20 tír fa a. ¤ Gall do traochadh, E. O'Rahilly 6.6 .

anṡocair adjalso -ar (socair) I (a) causing discomfort, rough: an
tshlighe a. ¤ , aggarbh, Desid. 3311 . tresna sleibhtiph árda
anshocra, BNnÉ 227 § 129 . ar leabthaibh anshocra, Desid.
1110 . ar son marcaidachta ar each ansocuir (= equi suc-
25cusantis), Rosa Ang. 214.16 .
(b) suffering discomfort, not at ease, distressed, unhappy:
is a. ¤ do bhí i bhus / ar tí an anocail fhuaras, Dán Dé xxi 19 .
cor lem anacal níor ál / anṡocar cor na gcompán `unhappy
the condition of the friends
', TD 3.17 and note. Superl. as
30meisi dúil as anṡádhaile ┐ anṡocra . . ., Buile S. 132.21 .
II Subst. f. g s. -ra, -rach (cf. IGT Decl. § 161 ) discomfort:
cor imthigh gach uile sdoirm ┐ a. ¤ uaithe, BCC 296.13 . lan
d'a. ¤ . . . tre mhed a bfhuachta ┐ a saethair, 294.11 . ag
fagail shaethair ┐ anshocrach ro-moiri, 16.33 . gan an-
35shocair, gan anbhuain, Tribes of Irel. 50.10 . re linn anshocra
(: rodhocra) dh'fhadháil, O'Hara 2702 . See anacair.

anṡocracht = anṡocair (subst.): dlighid na tighearnaidhe
bheith gan a. ¤ gan ghairbhthean, Keat. iii 162 . gan im-
shníom gan a. ¤ , Atlantis iv 138.29 . as fulong fuachta ┐
40anshocrachta, 134.26 . fa engne antsocrachta (sic leg.), no
thriobloide, Carswell 68.17 . ós é do fhédfadh m'fhurtacht
/ is do fhégfadh m'anocracht, LBranach 4209 . maith an sās
Éirionn d'fhurtacht / tū as mó fhuilngios d'anshocrachd,
O'R. Poems 2222 . h'anshocracht ná t'fhearg, Dánta Gr.
45 86.45 . O'D. . . . do thuitim dia eoch . . . gan ansocracht
gan oilbeim (i.e. on the part of the horse), FM v 1606.15 .

anṡód n m. (1 sód) hardship, want, misery: égios eadhón e gan
cheas / se gan anṡódh (ansodh, anṡógh, anogh v.l.) madh éicces,
Met. Gl. 22 § 4 . buaidhreadh, amhghar, anṡódh . . ., Eg. Gl.
50 67 . uenitte sassad na slog / hitte 'ca cur er anṡod, LB 11
marg. inf. an cholann . . . do chrádh lé hiomarcaidh anshóidh,
Desid. 1108 . go n-easbaidh ┐ go n-anshódh, TSh. 914 .
briseadh croidhe ┐ anṡógh, Rom. iii 16 . an t-aoibhneas 's an
t-anshógh, DDána 53.12 . gémadh mór anóir ḟallsa / sódh
55an anṡóigh oramsa, Aithd. D. 6.20 . aithne ṡóidh is anṡóidh,
IGT Decl. ex. 1185 . i n-ēiric gach anróid ┐ gach ansóigh
da bhfuaradar, ZCP iv 444.25 . fa tuar anṡógha in éigsi,
O'Gr. Cat. 392.11 .

anṡódach adj(anṡód) miserable: asin chrích n-irchradaig n-an-
60shodaig, SG 348.31 .

ansolam: n triun do a. ¤ i triun airgit .i. uma indiu, Laws iii
150.15 = O'C. 1934 ( 23 P 3, 25 c ); name of some kind of
alloy? Hessen, Laws Gl. unwrought or unrefined silver ore ,
Plummer MS notes.

65 anṡruth xsee ánrad.

ansu, -am adj compar. and superl. of 1 ansae in meaning (more)
beloved, dear(er), etc. (see Gwynn,
Hermathena xvi (1911) 382 - 384 , Breatnach, Éigse ix 161 - 162 ): ciar bo annsa re Pedar
a Sláinicidh rob annsa ris[in] Slainicid Iohan, TFrag. 112.15 .
70 conid andso anmcharde Dé oldás anmcharde dóine so that
the spiritual guidance of God is preferable to that of men
(?),
LL 282a29 . fer as ansam robai ín Ere, BB 383a27 . Usually
with follg. LA (the special meaning may have originated in
this construction): is ansu limsa mo thech oldás mo trebad
75uli, LU 8386 ( FB 26 ). in nonbur as ansu leis dia muintir,
Lib. Hymn. 87.z . ci[a don] triarsin lenab andsa mé, IT ii2
123.45 . marbadh in aenduine rob annsa lium, ZCP vi 49.23 .
le Dia is annsa íorna mná / ná almsa ríoghdha dá ria, DDána
42.37 . is tú is annsa lium do ghein dearest of mortals, ZCP
80 vii 302.16 . issed indmus ba hannsom leis, Fianaig. 6.5 .
Hence in later lang. annsa love, affection . f., IGT Abstr.
Nouns § 12 . gan ar dtoil ┐ ar n-annsa uile d'fhagháil
desire, what one wants , Desid. 2823 . tré iomad a n-annsa
dhó, TSh. 5952 . soighdeoir na hannsa, DDána 78.6 . do
85chuir a n-annsa fa Éirinn he made them loved throughout
Ireland
, Aithd. D. 31.1 . dob í ar n-annsai-ne a fhochoinn
love of us was its cause, Dán Dé xv 19 . gidh leasg dhún
dul dar n-annsa though I am loth to forsake my beloved,
KMMisc. 242.4 . dar n-annsa for love of us, IGT Decl. ex. 857 .
bheith na hannsa ní shéanfam we shall not deny being in
5love with her
, Dánta Gr. 6.22 . mh'annsa my beloved, 44.9 .