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85 as-tlen v(*ess-tlen-, Ped. ii 649 ) takes away, filches, removes
secretly: a tri atlendai (= dotlendai, O'C. 254 < H 3.18, 148 )
miadh . . . anfolad ┐ docerd ┐ anendge, Laws iv 344.15 .
Subj. pres. 3 s. cen ní astlia a airechas, Críth Gabl. 356 .
Vn. étla (etla, Laws ii 360.18 ).
See étla(i)d.

5 as-toasci v(*ess-to-fáisc-, Ped. ii 515 ) expresses (for literal sense
see vn.): is ciall brethre astoasci and `it expresses therein the
sense of a verb
', Sg. 189b2 . is tríit astoascther intṡliucht
cech muid gl. per hunc modum interpretari, 148b7 . co
astoaiscea gl. expremat, Ml. 73a3 .
10 Vn. estó(a)sc.

astód xsee astud.

as-toí xsee ad-daí.

as-toídi v(ad-(? aith-)-toíd-, Ped. ii 650 ). See Thurn. Gramm.
496 - 497 . Shines through or forth, appears; becomes clear, in-
15telligible . Glosses a variety of Lat. verbs: attóided gl.
virtús tua innotescat, Ml. 56c3 . huand aisṅdís astoidi gl.
innotescente hoc nuntio, 115d3 . turgent .i. attoit (astaid, MS;
astoid v.l.), Thes. ii 47.10 . turgent .i. astoidet, 362.7 . bolca
finda són astoitis for corpaib inna ndoine gl. erumpere, Ml.
20 99a4 . Of sound: ástóidi gl. aut cimbalum tinniens, Wb. 12b28 .
teagdais i naghathar in fuilech formag cnete astuide tretan
no eass no all, BCrólige 23 and n. astoided fogur in gotha
amal gair sloigh, Ériu ii 100 § 8 . Generally shines, glitters,
sparkles: astóidi gl. pellucet (quasi lanterna punica), Sg.
25 24a15 . na rind astoidet gl. signa radientia, Ml. 2a14 . astoidi
do int soilse bís inna medón `radiates to him', 40c15 . intí
istai[di] foirithin amail aibell (gl. aibellteoir), O'Day. 86 .
astoidi fri haidchi amal roithne gréne (of a well), Ériu ii
114 § 39 . atoidiud rind astoidiu asa blathaib, 118 § 54.
30 astoidi da mhagh decc fo thoibaib talman i lles cach aidhche,
122 § 64 . ni attoidi for lar talman ligdath na laindred na
atoidet asa n-eitib, 126 § 90 . ni thainic talmain ligdath na
attoidet assa sciathaibh, 128 § 92 . astoidet a foilt ┐ a cuirp
amal snechtae, 130 § 99 . intan astoidet .ix. ngraid nimhe . . .
35astoidet anmann inna noeb fon n-oin cosmailius, 142 § 155 .
astoiditis a blatha amal grein (of a tree), 120 § 60 . astōidfa
frit, sét collí / finnc[h]uäch mo deogbairi, Fianaig. 14.5 .
coma hairgi astoid on tsliasaid co 'raill . . . in birbodba sin,
TTebe 4502 .
40 Part. attóitæ, Sg. 60a9 .
Vn. at(t)oídiud.

as-toing v(*ess-tong-, Ped. ii 652 ) refuses (lit. swears away from,
removes by oath
). Indic. pres. 3 s. astoing diib `he swears
away from them
i.e. he clears them by oath', Críth Gabl.
45 496 and n. brimon smetrach .i. ainm nemthiusa dognīat
filid im nech atatoing who refuses them, Corm. Y 149 . fer a. ¤
cach recht .i. eitches gach duine um biadh `a man who refuses
(hospitality to) every class of person
', BCrólige 43 . ben
istoing cach richt, Laws v 176.4 . astoing .i. eitches, O'Dav.
50 139 . nicon eitig nach n[d]aim `he refuses not any company',
Laws v 76.11 . cairi fir nacon eitid cach reacht, 238.20 .
Subj. 2 s. ni ettis nech cen a domanches, LU 3488 ( SC 26 ).
3 s. ni fuiben enecland arain dar daim techta; ar ni heitech
do neoch mad o daim techta ci as-to i.e. it is not a(n illegal)
55refusal if a person refuse a company in excess of a lawful
retinue
, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 52 § 25 . ata-tó .i. eitech . . . ar
ní heitech do nech mana [cin a] daim techta cidh istoo,
O'Dav. 139 . cia isto, Laws v 172.16 . ni briugaid m'asto
nach berthar enech, O'Dav. 1527 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. Petar
60apstal, aurtaig tor / . . . / atc[h]uitig fa thrī, ba col who
denied thrice
, ZCP x 47 § 22 . atguitigh .i. era nó etach, ut
est atguitig in scoaire co fa thri, O'Dav. 39 = at-cuitigh,
Ériu xiii 24.19 . Pass. sg. adcuitecht in gilla im ōegedacht
lasin filid, Otia ii 86 § 2 . pl. Riach ┐ Cosdub adchoitechta
65[im] na ingena, LL 22531 (= eitigthear iad imna h-ingenaib,
RC xvi 275.30 ).
Vn. etech.
Cf. etchid, ustaing.

astraigid xsee aistrigid.

70 astrasta xsee trásta.

astrisc xsee aistrisc.

astrolacda n= astrolaic: in cetna a. ¤ roboe, Rawl. 73b16 (centre
margin). is am[l]aid fuathaighit na hasdrolacdha a deilb-
somh, CCath. 3848 .

75 astrolaib n f. (Lat. loanword) astrolabe: gibe nec . . . dagebadh
an a. ¤ na laim, Ir. Astr. Tr. 132.24 . an a. ¤ da cur ar comair
in poil cedna, 134.5 .

astrolaic n(Lat. loanword). Also astrolaige, asarlaige.
astrologer: T. a. ¤ `Ptolemy the astrologer', Ir. Astr. Tr. 84.7 .
80 a fellsmain ┐ a astrolaighe, Maund. 204 . do reir na n-astro-
luighedh, Reg. San. 27 § 22 . Also wizard, sorcerer: créud as
asarlaighe ann? an té . . . ghabhas leis an díabhal mar
thighearna, Parrth. Anma 2166 . na hasarlaigheadha, 2160 .
ni . . . asarlaigheádha na lucht piseog sinn, Luc. Fid. 3013 .

85 astrolaice n g s. (Lat. loanword) astrology: ag lúadh astrolaice,
Lism. L. xv 26 .