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1 armaid v(arm) Also -aigid. arms, equips, prepares: notar-
85maesiu gl. armaueris, Ml. 44a21 . narmtar (narintar MS)
con degdligedaib dia frithtuidecht gl. utrumque poterint
armari sufficienter, 16b6 . ra armad mo shlega, TBC 3401 .
ra harmait a n-airm, LL 232a31 ( TTr. 1109 ). do ármuigh
sé a sheirbhísigh soighdiurtha, Gen. xiv 14 . Part. armtha(e).
See armud.

5 ? 2 armaid: ind ro laiset Muimnigh shluagh ina n-armaidh,
`sent a host to oppose them', FM ii 1004.16 = ina ndiaid,
Tig. ( RC xviii 38.4 ).

armáil n(arm) (a) army: armāil fichet míle fer, Fl. Earls 104.5 .
otchualaigh O'C. . . . a. ¤ an tíre ar tanucchadh, FM vi 2174.y .
10 cuid da ha. ¤ ins an Almáin, Ó Bruad. iii 70. x . d'athnuadhucc-
hadh a armala `recruit his army', FM v 1718.19 . ard-general
armāla rīgh na Spáinne, Fl. Earls 42.13 .
(b) arms, equipment: dfurtacht an bhaile co lón ┐ co n-a. ¤ ,
FM vi 1982.23 . gan a. ¤ nó sdór astigh aguinn, Mac Aingil
15 838 . armour: cuiridh iomuibh a. ¤ Dé, Eph. vi 11 .

Armairc Letha n. loc. Armorica: i nnArmuircc Létha, Trip.²
190 . co Bretnu Armuircc L., 192 .

armáir(e) n reproof, reproach: rena armáire, Job xxvi 11 . ní
éisteann tarcuisneach armáire, Prov. xiii 1 . an té fúathui-
20ghios armáire, xv 10 . do chuala mé armáir mo scannla,
Job xx 3 . armáir reproof, Eg. Gl. 12 .

armamail n(arm): drong armamhail `a warrior-group ', O'Hara
59 .

ármann n o, m. (ON ármádhr, Bidrag 133 ) officer, official:
25 armand an dúine, RC xviii 278.21 (Tig.). cath commór
do ridirib ┐ d'ármannaib ┐ d'áirseóraib, 290.1 (ib.). ac
fegad na long n-anaichnid ┐ na n-og ┐ na n-armund, Aen.
1836 . allgotha . . . na n-airdrig ┐ na n-armann, CCath.
5949 . ardmair ┐ armainn, 4850 . tainic cogad . . . eidir
30airmúin̄ In̄si Gall `chiefs', Rel. Celt. ii 162.9 . na hármuinn
ar thaobh Eoin, 11 . ar neirghe da narmannuibh `rising of
their champions
', 262.35 . armainn .i. oificcigh, O'Cl.

ármar adj(ár) slaughterous . As subst. á. ¤ airsid Life, SG 327.6 .

armarg n= anmarg(?): cuirim a eiri ┐ a armarg ar a nanmann-
35aib gan teibi bocht na a tuitim deasbaid na praiticechta
so I offer up . . . the trouble it caused me (to write it) for their
souls
(?), Ir. Texts v 2.8 . na gabadh nech cuigi arnmarg
(armarc armrac v.l.) in duine aga mbrisinn sicne, 3.1 .

armas n(Engl. loanword) heraldic arms; `colours, coat of arms;
40 livery', P. O'C. comhartha na croiche . . . ór asé sin a. ¤ an
Críosdaidhe, O'Hussey TC 78.11 . mar thug Pádraig . . . do
Ch. . . . an chros mar a. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 36.33 . budh córa na
naoi nglasa / do chorúgh na ármusa, Rel. Celt. ii 299.12 .
'sé d'armus linne gach lá, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 213.11 . ar
45armus mo scéithe-se, E. O'Rahilly 296.18 .

armchar adj(arm): a. ¤ clí ` weapon-loving ', Met. Dinds. ii 40.60 .
R. . . . armchair, Fen. 342.22 .

armda adj(arm) armed: giolla armdha ánroda, Content. xxix
16 . Adv. ro érgtar . . . co ha. ¤ . . . ┐ co anrata, MR 214.6 .

50 armdacht n(armda): ro erig . . . i timchell in chatha . . .
d'fisrugad a imell fa'n a. ¤ `whether its border was well armed',
MR 142.7 . armthacht armaightheacht arming for battle,
P. O'C. Cf. armacht.

armdattus n(armda): [ca]lmatus dar fini fer / a. ¤ grinni Gaedel
55 prowess in arms, LL 3953 .

ar-meil v(meilid): cuit i mmuiliunn co n-airmil a muintir
which grinds for his people, Críth Gabl. 155 . muilenn—a
chuit i suidiu conid n-airmil which grinds for him, 192 .

Armé(i)n n. loc. Armenia: fri Armen, Rawl. 78a4 . for sleib
60Armeniae, 70a27 . Ar(a)mé(i)n, g s. - ¤ e, Maund. 227 - 34 .

Arméinech adj pn(Arméin) Armenian: mét na n-Arménech,
ZCP i 112.17 .

ar-mert- xsee ar-berta.

armgal n(arm + 1 gal) warlike bravery: fúair dín ar armgail
65ṡlóig Find fury of arms, Met. Dinds. iii 246.67 . cath cruaid
co narmgail, SG ii 492.38 . ? In concrete sense: doluid
Saul . . . / lín a slúag cona armgail, SR 6342 .

armgnéthid n(gnéthid, Wb. 30b9 ): ind armgnethidi gl.
armigeri, Ml. 69d9 .

70 armgrad xsee armrad.

Armiannae pn= Arméinech: Armiannai (n p.), Rawl. 71b32 .

ar-midethar v(air-mid-, Ped. ii 578 . See also 385 where irmith,
Wb. 12d24 , is regarded as a possible ipv. 2 s.) Indic. pres. 3 s.
-irmadadar, Wb. 28a21 . Indic. impf. 3 pl. -ermaitis, Laws
75i 24.33 Comm. (-ermaititis, 24.11 Comm. ). Subj. pres. 2 pl.
-irmissid, Wb. 27c29 . Subj. impf. pass. sg. -irmastá, LL
290a14 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. -érrmadair, LU 6025 . 3 pl.
-irmadatar, Wb. 5b2 . -armadatar, Ml. 54d17 .
Vn. airmaisiu. IGT Verbs § 65 .
80(a) hits (a mark), aims at, strikes: focheird . . . in sleig . . .
co n-érrmadair áth a da chulad, LU 6025 ( TBC² 1558 ).
's é lacht rodasurmaid (of milking cows),
Met. Dinds. iii 220.48 .
(b) attains to, succeeds in doing something: ni irmadatar
85fírinni tri rad `they attained not truth through grace', Wb. 5b2 .
conirmissid taithesc coir do cach grád `so that you may attain
the answer proper to every grade', 27c29 . ní ermadair nech
díb a suidi none of them succeeded in sitting, BDD² 1376 .
ni ermadair . . . aichne adnacuil a maicc, Trip.² 1441 . intan
nod (nád ?) nermaititis . . . a fir aicned (leg. aicnid) do
5cuiredh bolga for a ngruadaib when they did not attain to
truth
(of judges), Laws i 24.11 Comm. 'ga teigema in
tigernus no ar a n-uirmesa in aird-rige or who may attain
the monarchy
, MR 146.16 .
See airmaisid.