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apartu n n. See Vendr. Lex. Translated blessing on basis of
85Laws Comm. im abartain .i. iman nemabartain, im nem-
bendachad, O'D. 501 (H 3.17, 404) = im opartain, Laws i
124.2 = ium opuirtuin, O'D. 62 (H 3.17, c. 54) = im fopar-
tain .i. sechtmad fairirid neich isin opertain, O'C. 792 ( H
3.18, 369a ); cf. abbartu .i. sechtmad fuiririth in duine
gaibther isin apartain, is sī a epert tēchta. Is ar a epert didiu
5namā dober in duine diaraile sin, nī ar airilliud chenae, acht
epert dó fria cēle: notgaibim i n-apartain. Ar chobele didiu
doberar, Corm. Y 61 . sechtmadh lanbiata in graid na derna
in bendachadh na h-aicdi . . . gabar isin apartain, Laws i
132.25 Comm. and n. athgabail . . . im apartain, 150.4 .i.
10sechtmadh lanbiata na mna na derna in bennachadh . . .
.i. nembennachadh doni in ben ar aicdi na mna eile, 152.7
Comm.

apchugud xsee aipgigud.

apdaine n iā, f. (ap) status or office of an abbot: tecmongur celdag
15hi cluain mac nóis im cosnam na ha. ¤ `there arose a contention
in C. over a contest for the abbacy
', Mon. Tall. 162.12 (§ 85) .
nochon airimfe mo bendachtain-si maní airime abdaine mo
ecailsi, Trip.² 727 . forácaib . . . B. . . . i n-abbdaine, 1681 .
ro gab Turgeis fein abbdani Arda Macha, Cog. 8.15 . Of
20the papacy, status of pope: iar ngabail abbdaine do Mh.,
PH 651 . do tabairt abdaine na Roma do, RC xlvi 228 § 7 .
ecclesiastical supremacy in general: géba a. ¤ ┐ cumachta forsin
domun (of Christ), PH 2272 . i n-abdaine for ainglib,
6385 . cosnamh cennachta ┐ a. ¤ insi Bretan, Lism. L. 2531 .
25In secular sense: ainm a abdhaine gin acht / fuaír `master-
ship
', Cóir Anm. 241 . For a. ¤ used of monastic lands see
Skene, Celtic Scotland ii 343.8 , cf. 409.4 .

apdainecht n= prec.: aibdhinachta do-airmhe do rinni se
ar fud an domain `he created innumerable abbotships' (of
30Charlemagne), ITS xix 12.25 . d'abhdhainechtaibh, 74.21 .
ic a rabi ab[bd]ainecht ┐ rigi in domain-sea supremacy (of the
Devil), PH 7070 .

apdanaigid valso apdainigid (apdaine) rules, holds sway over
(DO): dorigní am in lespaire is mo . . . co ro 'pdanaiged don
35lo . . . ┐ dorigni retlanda . . . coro aptaínigdis do lo ┐ do
aidchí, BB 15b17 - 20 ( Gen. i 16 ).

apéla, apélugud xsee aipéile, etc.

apgagad xsee aipgigud.

apgitir xsee aibgitir.

40 ? apig: ind nisrathaig apig .i. fiadnaise, O'C. 465 (H 3.18, 245).

aplach xsee 2 ablach.

aplaid xsee at-baill.

apocraib n(Lat. loanword) apocrypha: leabhair apocraibh gan
ughdarras, Luc. Fid. 280.7 . na leabhair-si do bheith canonta,
45┐ na leabhair oile do b[h]eith 'na n-apocraif, 295.3 .

apostroiph n(Lat. apostrophos) apostrophe: ne fodaim a. ¤ , Sg.
15b5 .

app xsee ap.

aprainn expld. by glossators as poverty; bad . Usually as inter- jection with prec. copula and follg. dep. clause alas that:
ba abrain nachamgaibthersea taracenn `it is a grief that I am
not taken
', Trip. 150.6 = cid nachim gaibther-sa, Trip.² 2229 .
apraind cen cath isind úair / do Medb co triun in tslúaig,
LU 5784 (TBC). apraind ná bása for mo nirt deside, 6370 (ib.).
55 appraind ┐ bithappraind nach hé C. fil it richt, 3353 ( SC 14 ).
appraind nacham ḟuilsea do nirt beith eturru dom choiss
deside, LL 12117 (TBC). apraind a Léith Macha! 14257 .
ba hapraind nadáil cuardríg . . ., Death-tales 8 § 12 . apprinn
graece . . . .i. dommatu .i. is dometu na dernad, O'Mulc. 51 .
60 `abrann' olc is dirsan ann, Met. Gl. 17 § 44 . a. ¤ .i. olc .i.
truagh, O'Cl.
As subst. f.: is mór an a. ¤ foropairt `the evil thou hast com-
mitted
', Ériu ii 222.2 . anaid gal cāich dia ndēntar dīgabā(i)l
aprainde diminution of wretchedness, Corm. Y 418 .

65 Apréil pn(Lat. Aprilis) April: hi sex calaind A. ¤ (aperil, apreil,
v. ll.), Fél. March 27 . cléir n-A. ¤ , Apr. 30. co hocht kalainn
airdA. ¤ (: cēill), Ériu ix 66 § 3 . o ocht K. Aibril, 65 § 1.
ó ocht calne apréile (: lére) (aipril v.l.), Ériu iii 104 § 39 .
fanna mila Marta / trena uile apreóil, CRR 6 . Note also:
70 in t-ochtmadh lā fichet aprilis, Fl. Earls 166.30 . See
athbráen.

aprisc xsee aiprisc.

apstal n o, m. (Lat. apostolus). abstal, Wb. 10c16 . abstil (g s.),
10c20 , 23a10 . abstul, Lism. L. 4605 . abstolaib, Thes. ii
75247.13 ( Cambr. 38a ). Later also asbal. See esbal. See
Thurn. Gramm. § 919 . asbal asbhal esbal esbhal absdal
eabsdal [eabhsdal abhsdal add. P] m., IGT Decl. § 11 .
asbail (g s.) (asbhuil, v.l.): casmail, ex. 389 .
Apostle . In O. Ir. glossing Lat. apostolus, Wb. 5b17 ,
80 10c16 , 18c1 , 18d1 , 21c5 , 25a14 ; Ml. 38c3 , 42b7 , 50d16 .
condartar ainm napstil doib tre precept nimdibi dúibsi,
Wb. 20c24 . apstil i tossug, 27a5 . fornét frisáibapstalu
dar[m]chensa, 16b4 . uitam aeternam amal dombérthar
dúnni apstalaib, 25d12 . amal dundrignis do Pól a. ¤ , Ml.
85 128a12 . Patraicc príma. ¤ Hérenn, Thes. ii 322.4 (Hy. iii).
apstol .i. ab postulo ad Deum .i. tochuirim, Corm. Y 77 .
rig no esbog no comarba abstail (prob. of `the twelve apostles
of Ireland'), Laws v 242. 25 Comm. soillsi Críst ┐ na n-a. ¤ ,
Trip.² 57 . hi feil a. ¤ , LU 1857 . da apstal déc innsi Fáil,
SG 34.35 . da apstol decc na hErenn, BNnÉ 96 § 1 . for
5altóir Petair apstail, Ériu ii 192 § 1 . fri harchangliu ná
hapstalu, 194 § 8. Jacōb mac Ailphi cen on / ulcha fata
ar in abstul, iii 196 § 11 . san domnach . . . tadbas Críst da
aspulaib, 144 § 17. a absail (v s.) (: bratsain), Dán Dé xii 22 .
na hasbhail (: an tann-sain) . . . uile, xv 23 . is é céid-easbal
10do chan / 's do thréigeasdar é an t-asbal, xx 7 . ló do ló
gun asbal inn, IGT Decl. ex. 388 . do delbhoip . . . apsal,
Fl. Earls 70.1 .
Cf. axal.