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? ardracht: n a. ¤ .i. solus, ut est ardrocht cach denta, O'Dav. 7 .
labrad a. ¤ .i. ardḟollus, Thes. ii 419.144 . eolus ardrachd .i.
85is árdfollus logh, O'D. 2195 (Nero A vii, 135b). ardrocht
.i. ardfollus, ut est ardrocht dagaithne, dagfuirmedh, O'C.
575 (H 3.18, 286). geall nardrachta cina, geall tanaiste
dithma, O'C. 2720 ( Eg. 88, 61 (62)a ). cen fiadnaisi, cin a. ¤
.i. an lucht testaighthi .i. cuithi go ndonn, 2581 (ib. 49 (50)b ).
Cf. andracht.

5 ? ardraigidir: v atait a tri anardraghtur do lucht in beatha uile
ata mic do Dia, O'D. 553 (H 3.17, 437) `is distinguished or
dignified
', O'Don. Suppl. , better is apparent?

ardrocht xsee ardracht.

? ardrot: adj laeg allaidh ardrod `very spirited', Met. Gl. 32 § 7 .

10 ardṡlechta xsee airdslechta.

ardugad u, m. vn. of ardaigid. ardachad, IGT Verbs § 106 .
(a) act of raising: cloch nár fhéadadar d'árdughadh, ML
2.17 . Fig. act of exalting, heightening: ni cum ar n-ardaighthi
fein not for our own glorification, Smaointe B. Chr. 552 .
15 croidhe íseal umhal / lér eagal a ardughadh, Dán Dé xi 13 .
céim ardaigthe t'agalma `a means to enhance the value of thy
speech
', O'Gr. Cat. 392.20 . do-rat ro-ardughadh mōr . . .
don reclēs so `granted a great increase', Fl. Earls 178.22 .
(b) act of rising: do rer a hardaithe ┐ a hislithe (of the sun),
20 Ir. Astr. Tr. 122.26 . núall na n-es ag a. ¤ `rising voice of
waterfalls
', O'Gr. Cat. 381.20 . a huaill ag ardughadh, TSh.
2353 . itát ic triall ardaigthe frim to oppose me, CCath. 584
v.l. na dena ardachad chum na imresna, O'C. 1473 (H 3.18,
653 ).

25 ar-dúna v(dúnaid) closes (against): is fria maccu . . . ar-dún-
faiter cride, ZCP xi 87 § 48 .

are xsee 1 aire.

arecaim: v a. ¤ comrad . . . eturru took place, TBC 3 . Cf. 1 ad-
cumaing
, for-ecmaing.

30 arecar xsee airecar.

arecha conj= ar aí (3 aí): a. ¤ nucu n-ecean however it is not necessary,
BB 299a11 = Uí Maine (Facs.) 196D rb 60 (cf. Jn. Celt.
Stud. i 201 ).

ar-éigi v(éigid, see Ped. ii 509 ) cries out, laments, complains:
35 arégi gl. mala uitii de quo queritur, Ml. 31a20 . a n-aranegi
gl. uelut . . . conquerens, 18d1 . araneiget gl. qui sunt in
miseris constituti . . . conquri de Deo ac dicere . . ., 20b8 .
emid aranégea gl. austera quam ob ea ipsa libere conquirendi,
95c7 . aní arruǽig gl. hoc illis pro ultione inprecatur quod
40supra ab illís sé passum esse conquestus est, 54b29 . ci-
arudreigsom namboi remcisiu dǽ gl. licet . . . procurationi
diuinae excedisse sé sepe conquestus sit, 50d1 . comergid a
ḟiru Herend . . . iraichlid erachlid airegid, LL 13927 . Later
as simple vb. airéigid: no ereged gl. querentis, RC xvi 378.8
45(Tig.). scretaid ┐ iachtaid ┐ airégid, LL 222b4 .
Vn. airéigem.

ar-eim. vSee Ped. ii 512 , Thurn. Gramm. 512 , 529 , and ar-
foím. Ped. includes forms of both verbs under *ar-fo-em-,
while Thurn. distinguishes two compds. ar-eim (vn. airitiu)
50and ar-foím, for which latter no separate vn. appears to
occur. There is no apparent distinction of meaning be-
tween the two verbs. Cf. also fo-eim, airitnigid. Indic.
pres. 3 s. -airim, Mon. Tall. 150.12 . Subj. pres. 2 s. arfe-
masiu (arfenasiu MS) gl. accipito, Ml. 68d13 . -airema, Thes.
55 ii 244.28 (Cambr.). 1 pl. aurisfemmar, LL 13935 . 3 pl.
ar femat gl. ut . . . excipiant, Ml. 15d4 . Pass. sg. arfemthar
gl. percipitur, Wb. 28c19 . Subj. impf. 2 s. ciarfemtha gl.
quasi non acceperis, Wb. 8d28 . 3 s. arfemad, Mon. Tall.
146.26 . Fut. 3 s. ar-fema gl. excipiat, Ml. 105a 8 . Condit.
60 3 s. aridfeimfed, Trip.² 332 . ? Perf. 3 s. co roet, Lism. L.
230 (cf. ad-cota).
Later also as simple vb. airimid.
Accepts, receives (in Wb. and Ml. gl. ac-, ex- and percipio,
see above): mad co foirbthetu hirisse arfemthar, Wb. 28c19 .
65 combed de laim anmcharat arfemad sacrafaic, Mon. Tall.
146.26 (§ 51) . ro frithbruith F. coro airaimed orba [a]
athar F. refused to accept his father's land, Trip.² 725 . nochon
airimfe mo bendachtain-si maní airime abdaine mo ecailsi,
726 . sochaidi aridfeimfed, 332 . inti arfemath flaith Tem-
70rach, Ériu vi 134.26 . conid uaidib arfemat anmanna, ZCP
xii 245.2 . fer no-s-airimend co dana (of the Sacrament),
PH 5326 . rohairimed co honorach o Hetball he was
received honourably by H.
, Anecd. iii 75.25 . nach aremtha
he fein mar athrig, Ann. Conn. 1315.9 . arfeimtha (arfeim-
75thea, arfemhthi v.l.) imme burach mbaig (rhet.), Thurn. Zu
ir. Hdschr. 57.4 .

aréir xsee irráir.

ar-éirig v(*air-ess-reg-) rises up before (in token of esteem):
coná urérset felmaic a fithithre, RC xxvi 42 § 222 . cía de as
80sruithiu, in rí(g) fa epscop? Is [s]ruithiu epscop húare arnéraig
rí(g) fo bíth creitme, Críth Gabl. 605 .
Vn. airéirge.

ar-elma v(ellam) prepares for, takes heed of: is aire sein . . . ale
bar F. ara n-airichlea ┐ ara n-airelma, TBC 3182 .

85 ? areor: n ro chualamar arsi a. ¤ na Trai ┐ na Troiana `we have
heard of the land of Troy
' (taken as 1 airer), Aen. 342 .