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65 ar-reith v(air-reth-, Ped. ii 598 ). Indic. pres. 1 s. arriuth,
Thes. ii 228.31 . 2 s. ararethi, Wb. 6b22 . 3 s. arareith, O'D.
2212 (Nero A vii, 46a). 3 pl. arrethat, Ml. 56d12 . ? Indic.
impf. pass. sg. -aratha, Laws ii 128.2 Comm. Subj. pres.
2 s. -arrais, TBC 1282 . ? Subj. impf. 3 s. -áirsed, RC
70 xxii 402.1 . Fut. 2 s. -arrais, TBC 1283 . Pret. 3 s. -arraid,
Hib. Min. 70.20 . Doubtfully as depon.: aroírachair, Trip.²
727 , arroerachair, 1169 , 1179 (see Thurn. Gramm. 432 ).
Pass. sg. -arrass, LL 3828 . -arrus, Dinds. i § 14 ( RC xv 281 ).
Later somet. with f- in prot. forms.
75 Vn. airrecht. Cf. árrachtu.
In O. Ir. arriuth gl. adorior, Thes. ii 228.31 ( PCr. 60a6 ).
arrethat gl. quare peccatores aduersus iustos arma corripiunt,
Ml. 56d12 . Perh. with meaning accuses, brings to trial in:
ní latt aní ararethi et ní lat in cách forsammitter, Wb. 6b22
80(assails, Par. and Gl. Vocab.). ? fer arareith fer arareither,
O'D. 2212 (Nero A vii, 146a).
Usually sets out for, captures, overtakes: aroírachair . . .F.
. . . in n-abdaine = tenuit . . . principatum, Trip.² 727 .
aire coisring iss esidhe arareith tus tuaithi who is head of the
85 túath, O'Dav. 92 (where glossed by fóirethin). ní arraid a
gabair ó D. did not get his horse from, Hib. Min. 70.20 .
rogab cach ṅdiriuch . . . fo digas na Temrach síar co n-arrass
and, LL 3828 . saig brot dún forsin n-echraid dús ar con
n-ársimmís (dá ḟios in n-gepmaois v.l. St.) ní díb to see if we
can capture any of them
, TBC 1321 . meni arrais din
5chétbulli . . . ní arrais eter chaidche [ar] a amansi . . ., 1282
(mani thetarrais issin chetforgam . . ., LU 5134 ). nim
farraid gaeth, RC x 90.4 . nafairthet (nosfairset; nos
fairsidh; nostarrtat; gabaid he v.ll.) 'con tiprait tall, Met.
Dinds. iii 174.83 . ? nos leici uaidib asin tig ina diaid cona
10harrus, Ir. MSS Ser. i 182.8 . With FOR (AR): conarraid . . .
comrád ḟorru he joined in their conversation, TBC 123 .
ro arraid orto `overtook them', Cog. 148.10 . ? muna adma
neach asreith (? leg. ar-reith) ar na litheachaibh it accrues
to the accused
(?), O'C. 290 ( H. 3.18, 1593 ).

15 ar-ren v(renaid) ` pays (more strictly hands over) on behalf of
another
or pays over (something) in place of (something else)',
Binchy, Ériu xix 51 . maruthboi olc do format errenad
in met dochoid trid hi mudu ma beith hi folud, vii 160.y `let
him make good the amount
', Binchy loc. cit. The follg. are
20also included here rather than under as-ren (q.v.) on the
basis of the spelling e(i)rr- not é(i)r-, but the contexts
hardly support the distinction of meaning and the absence
of forms in a(i)rr- (cf. vn.) may indicate some confusion
between the two compounds. See also Thurn. Gramm.
25 508 . co n-éirren fris a crō, Ériu i 214.17 . errenaid gl.
adpendite, Ml. 20c2 . mana errither fo cedoir, O'C. 877
( H. 3.18, 393ab ), cf. ce rerethar, 836 ( 382a ). mani eirre
bidbaid sāraigetar cāin (eirsiv, erse, v.l.), Cáin Ad. 47 .
? mad (leg. mani?) eirr ind aithgin, Laws ii 188.9 . Vbl. of necess. fortā a forus na cānae asn-eirrithi lānfīachaib do A.
na banscāl romarbthar, Cáin Ad. 41 . as n-erraithi, O'C.
2160 ( Eg. 88, 4(5)b ). ? is erithe cach deitid, O'Don. 939
( H. 3.17, 659a ). dīre .i. dī-errethe do nimt[h]ib ar a
n-ūaisligit[a]id, Corm. Y 417 .
35 Vn. arrae.

arriacht xsee ar-icc.

? ar-rig v(see ad-rig): arariastar .i. airgither, ut est bera do
bochta cein arariastar (araniastar v.l.) sealba .i. brethemh-
naighsi cein airgither a beith ina thseilbh in t-anarra tarcis
40in arra, O'Dav. 152 . Vn. airrach?

? arrinsartatar: v a. ¤ (arrinsartat, MS) gl. in habitationem
Israhel dominationemque quserunt (leg. cesserunt? Edd.),
Ml. 99c5 (*ar-ind-ess-oirg-, Ped. ii 588 ).

arritech in n. pr. Úanchend A. ¤ (arraideach v.l.), MU² 683
45`? = erraticus', Index.

arrmuinti xsee argam(a)int.

arro: adj a. ¤ .i. díl .i. séna, O'C. 2069 (H. 4.22, 67b).

ar-rócaib v(*air-ro-uss-gaib-?) raises, erects, sets up, hangs
up: arrócbat a pupli, LU 5419 (TBC). arrócbat (ardotocbad
50 v.l.) a ṅgaisceda issin taig sin ┐ sedait, TBFr. 84 . arrocabtha
a ngascid úasaib hi fraigid, LU 7649 . arrócabar gaisced
C.C. úasaib are hung up above them, MU² 918 . arrocaibh guth,
Blathm. 237 . ar rochbhadh . . . fris an crannsin (of
Crucifixion), 199 . Cf. asidrocaib.

55 ? arrocur: ind raiged (ragaid v.l.) immorro arrocur leat do
imdemna sealbai in claidib is asalim fuaidridh do cur, IT
iii 201.3 .

arroerachair xsee ar-reith.

arromanta xsee aróime.

60 ? arrosund: ind cenmotha ríg a. ¤ (arro sund?) suidhigud,
ZCP vii 300.28 . Cf. Ériu xiii 46 . See ar-saig?

arrsugud xsee arsaidid.

arrthaisc prepin phr. i n-a. ¤ towards, against: dochuaidh sé . . . a
n-a. ¤ sloigh na C., St. Ercuil 2099 . dul a prosesciam a n-a. ¤
65Sir Gyi, ZCP vi 52.3 . a n-a. ¤ na Lumburdach, 42.15 .
docuiredur in dā sdét a n-a. ¤ a cheile, 32.22 . Cf. toisc?

? arruala: ind ruhic huili Crist cumachtach conhuala a. ¤ ronmora,
IT iii 51. x .

arruime xsee aróime.

70 arrumainte xsee argam(a)int.

arsadaigidir v(arsaid) grows old: arsadaigfith gl. ueterescet,
Ml. 69b4 . Cf. arsaidid.

arsadiuc n m. (Engl. or Rom. loanword) archduke: secretāir
in a. ¤ , Fl. Earls 42.19 .

75 arsaid adj i. Also arrsaid, ársaid, airsid. I Old, ancient, aged:
ni sin chomairbirt arsid gl. non in uetustate literae, Wb. 3c17 .
innar rith arsidni gl. in nostro uetere curriculo, Sg. 108b3 .
arsaidh sin a eoúin Accla thou art old o bird of Achill, Anecd.
i 24 § 1 . Cf. O'R. s.v. arsaighim . at arrsaig sin samlaid
80 so thou art venerable, Ériu iv 134.21 . tricha cet airech n-a. ¤ ,
LL 19532 . roslen . . . cosin nómad nó n-a. ¤ ,
Met. Dinds. iv 130.88 . 'ar mbeith dho isan aois ársa[id], SG 16.13 . óg a
aois arsaidh a fhos, O'Hara 3483 . ag malairt ban ┐ fer,
óg ┐ arrsaidh, St. Ercuil 2380 . ughdar ársuigh `ancient
85author
', Donl. 400.6 . atáid dá Scotia ann, a haon díobh
atá ársaidh . . . an dara . . . atá nua, Keat. ii 5894 . in
t-eideth arrsaid, ZCP vi 88.29 . fa Mhúr n-arsaidh n-Úghoine,
DDána 92.6 . combrudh arrsaidh `of long standing' (cause
of rheumatism), Rosa Ang. 326.21 . fín g[lan], laidir,
arrsaidh, 50.15 . Baidhbh . . . ag sléachtain dá arm arsaidh
5`well-tried', RC xlix 169 § 9 . co n-arm ágmar a. ¤ , Met.
Dinds. iii 152.14 .
Compar. ua hairside, TTebe 1471 . do dhaoinibh is
ársuighe ioná iad, Donl. vi 4 .
II Subst. m. g s. airseda, TTebe 3294 . airsid, 2873 .
10 n p. airsidi, TTebe 1493 . airsida, 4443 . airsigha,
RC xi 319.y . arsighe, LL 405a7 . g p. ársaide, ML 64.25 . airsed,
TTebe 4507 . áirsidh m. (g s. -edh, -idh. n p. -idhe. g p.
-idhedh, -edh), IGT Decl. § 52 .
Aged person, patriarch, veteran: riagol arside gl. agnotorum,
15 Sg. 178a2 . áinsid . . . cetni diil la arsidi, 91b4 . la arsaidi,
75b2 . la dligeda arside of the ancients, 207a2 . iar n-arsidib
`according to the ancients', 57b1 . senchas iar n-arsathaib,
LU 481 . gan dul óig uadh ná arsaidh, Dán Dé xvii 25 .
dá mbuaile teasbach grinn áirsiodh uallach . . . `if some
20eccentric fit should seize upon a bully
', Ó Bruad. ii 22.2 . As
general laudatory term warrior, hero, champion: airsid Eorpa
(of a chief), Bruchst. i 13 § 23 . ársid imdegla Ulad, TBC
1668 . cauraid ┐ arsidi catha, Ériu iv 24 § 11 . a n-ársídhe
urgaile, TTr.² 1079 . nert loech ┐ áirsed, LB 129b42 . int
25arsich engnuma Accíon, TTebe 2905 . rug tóir trom . . . ar
an áirsidh, FM v 1756.1 . arsaidh cródha brave champion,
DDána 102.11 . lán d'airsidhibh iorghaile, Butler Poems
776 .
Cf. forsaid.