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anúas (1 ós) adv. stressed on second syll. (a) from above,
down; somet. simply above: itius anuas ┐ dusclaid anís, Ml.
65 102a15 . is anuas sennair (a harp), Hib. Min. 1.23 . canas
tánic int armgrith . . . inn a haéor anúas . . . ? MU² 513 .
focoisled súas R. ┐ dolléced a. ¤ co mmemaid a chenn frisin
n-ailich, Trip.² 1507 . dolléici . . . sleig . . . dí a. ¤ i.e. from the
bank above the water, TBFr. 234 . súas dochum nime ┐
70anuas, RC xiii 44 § 25 . mé tuc an t-uball anuas that plucked
the apple
, Ériu iii 148 § 3 . go ttuitfeadh se anuas chum
iffrinn, Párl. na mB. 3103 . brechtān aníss ┐ anúass a roll of
bread buttered below and on top
(?), BColm. 84.7 . With
prec. DI: it é side combidgtais in cath dia anuas, Alex.
75 569 . See also denúas. With FOR. Usually for . . . a. ¤ lit.
down on, in contact with from above . Later also a. ¤ for . . .:
ind uisci forind nim anuas `the waters that are above the
heaven
', Ml. 120d7 . boí ind ordnasc óir forsind éicni a. ¤
the ring was on the top of the salmon(?), TBFr. 320 .
80 a aithindeada . . . air anuas on top of him, TTebe 3144 . in
bennachtsin . . . dobiursa . . . fort mullach anuas, LL 18538 ,
in t-éo óir . . . fair a. ¤ (airsin anuas fogeba v.l.), TBC 3032 .
ac toitim anuas for Ercuil, St. Ercuil 341 . sruth . . .
síothchána do thuitim anuas oraibh, Párl. na mB. 281 . go
85tuiti an f[h]irmaimint anuass oraind, ML² 1379 . In sense
of over and above, in addition: céd bruithne do dherg-ór
farris sin anuas besides that, Ériu viii 139.19 . dam in n-inad
cach daim et in Dond Cualngi fair a. ¤ as well, CRR 24.6 .
(b) In chronology downwards: o feil Michel induas, LB 8
marg. inf. anuas ó aimsir na nApsttol ever since the time of
5the apostles
, Desid. 4152 . anuas ó aois óigleanaibh, Dán
Dé xvii 4 . o cath Muige Ratha 'núas, Cog. 110.14 . triúr
anuas . . . d'Anna sa chraoibh choibhneasa, Dán Dé xi 12 .
sé rígh ḟichead . . . / a. ¤ ó Niall . . ., TD 7.46 . a. ¤ go hAodh,
26.14 .
10 (c) In phrase do-beir a. ¤ brings into a discussion, cites,
quotes: tugsad anuas an oiread sin do bhríathruibh an
sgrioptúir, Desid. 4649 . is iomdha sompla oile do fhéad-
famaois do thabhairt anuas, TSh. 293 . is iomdha suidhiomh
. . . eile do bhéarainn anuas, Eochairsg. 33.9 .
15 (d) In cross-reference to a passage higher up from one
under discussion: a trede asrubart a. ¤ , Wb. 10d2 . is hed
dosaig a. ¤ , 15a22 , 23c23 (see Sarauw, Irske St. 81 ). opus
in cúrsagthaso a. ¤ , 14d6 . isind almsan arafocair a. ¤ , 16d7 .
rotracht som riam anuas forsin canoin se `he has commented
20before above on this text
', Ml. 121a8 . cesad Stephain in-sin
anuas written above, PH 1482 . is hé in so anūas miniugud
crōibe coibniusa na Bretc[h]a, ZCP viii 299.31 . With FRI:
rinn anuas above (in a book), Laws i 16.z . See anúasan,
-ana.

25 anúasal adj(úasal) (a) ignoble, shameful: aithechmadudh anuasal,
TBC p. 255 n.l . bas anuasal, St. Ercuil 1657 . Superl. dúil
is anuaisle san chruinne, TSh. 3424 . As subst. plebeian:
sochaide mor d'uaislibh ┐ d'anuaislibh gaoidheal,
FM iii 376.13 .
30 (b) very noble: ardthioglacadh a. ¤ , Ériu v 74.7 . Compar.
ni fuil fuil is anuaisli ina fuil rigruide Erenn, ZCP iii 526.13 .

anúasan adv= anúasana: do theilg C. . . . / ar eachtra a-nuasan
do nimh / ealta uasal dá ainglibh, Dán Dé xvii 18 . a-nuasain:
uasaibh, xiv 12 .

35 anúasana adv(anúas + ane): `cía indas' ol B. anúas ane (amne
v.l.) asind imdai, Sc.M² § 6 . Referring to preceding passage
in book, etc.: finit dona gabálaib anuasana, LL 1802 . do
labras do righdhacht Maghnais Cánuis a. ¤ `above', Maund.
226 . cech ní ro-raidsium anuasana, PH 7614 .

40 anullam adj(1 ullam) unprepared: don óg ┐ don arsaidh anollamh,
TSh. 545 . fuair se an obair-sin a. ¤ he found that work un-
finished
, BCC 148.28 . ullmugadh an adhbuir bis anumal
(a. ¤ v.l.) cum a innarbta, RC xlix 27.5 . cás anollamh Ifrinn
going unprepared to hell(?), DDána 7.23 . Note also: ni ba
45hanfollam dó, LB 11a33 .

anullmacht n(anullam): . . . cúisi fá sgáilinn adbar na nescóidi
. . . anullmhacht an adbuir ` immaturity ', O'Gr. Cat. 252.28
(anumlacht v.l., RC xlix 30.14 ).

anumal adj(umal) disobedient, unwilling: nirb' anhumal imrisnech,
50 SR 3206 . nech bess a. ¤ , Ériu iii 104 § 36 . Of metrical faults:
d'ar n-anochtaib anumla, Auraic. 2112 . See under anullam.

anumaldóit n(umaldóit) lack of humility; disrespect, dis-
obedience: is hé dorigni a. ¤ dó, Trip.² 1949 . arin anumallóit
dorigni do Pátraic, 2176 . i llóg . . . t'anahumollóti, 624 .
55 rogabta i cact co nanhumaloit friu and disrespectfully
treated
, AU i 336.11 . anumaldoit hi fail dirgi, ZCP iii
450 n.8 . as ced don anmanna dorinne anumhaloid ce
dogné umhalóitt, BNnÉ 29 § 34 .

anumla n f. (anumal). Also anuimle. lack of humility, pride,
60 disobedience, disrespect: triat' diummus triat' anhuimli, SR
1752 . diumus ┐ anúmla, MacCarthy 66.z . illóg t'anumhla,
Trip. 464.6 . do dhíoghailt na hanumhla do-rinne Ádhamh.
TSh. 2448 . gan fhairbrígh gan anumhla, Aithd. D. 76.11 .

anumlacht n= anumla: mar do-chuaidh . . . i n-anumhlacht
65ar Dhia, TSh. 3045 . See also anullmacht.

anuraid xsee uraid.

anurlam adj(airlam) unready, unprepared: do bíud urlam no a. ¤ ,
LB 154b29 . is ar inndligedh do berar do iat anurlamh,
Laws ii 202.3 Comm. ge robaoi go hanffúirighthe ainer-
70lamh, FM v 1766.11 .

? anurnaid: ind nī roith nā hanurnaidh / nā sár nā sragellad / nái
ngrādh na nglanaingeal, ZCP viii 213 § 67 . Cf. anurrad.

anurrad n(aurrae) one who has not the status of an aurrae;
hence perh. outlaw, lawless person (cf. deorad): robad cut-
75ruma . . . a. ¤ na ticc fo luigi cana ┐ ar an urrad féin, O'C.
360 (H 3.18, 200). anurradh . . . na fuil ar cur no ar faichill
ag duine . . . ┐ da mbeith budh inand cunnradh do dhenam
fris ┐ do neithea risin urrad aga mbeith, 2162 ( Eg. 88, fo.
4(5)c ). in cennach d'anurradh, O'D. 2423 ( Rawl. B 506,
8055a ). a coimet for robaib ┐ for anurradhaib na crichi, O'C.
928 (H 3.18, 406). ruib ┐ anurraid ┐ indilsigh ┐ fiallach
nembéscna, O'D. 1595 (H 5.15, 9b) (cf. na robb ┐ na n-ecod-
nach, LL 14160 ). cumal . . . a comairlegadh anurraid, Laws
iii 388.2 Comm. ag na. ¤ contention of lawless people, Lec.
85 171 va 30 = hanurnaidh, ZCP viii 213 § 67 . idir urra is
anurraidh `both free men and wanderers', TD 16.53 . caluma
fan ciúnLife / ní hanurra énlaithi no ignoble flock(?), IGT
Decl. ex. 497 . a amais, a anurraid foreign soldiers, mercenaries,
MR 188.14 .