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athaig, athach, athad. nForm and infl. vary. othaigh athaigh
f., IGT Decl. § 13 . othach athach m., § 55 . othadh athadh
m., § 11 .
80 Interval, space, usu. of time, and as a rule in adv. phrases.
Distinct from 1 and 2 adaig, Thurn. ZCP xx 358 ff. nir gerr
in athuig, Fen. 124.22 . ? ni ar talmain ar nathaidh ni =
uiae nostrae non sunt super terram, Laud 610, 8c (Plummer
MS notes). ferr ind athaich cen ḟogail / flaith C[h]athail
85meic Conchobuir `better the time without spoil', ZCP ix 466
§ 27 . Dubinrecht mac Cathail C[h]ind / rogab athaich iar
n-Ailill `for a while', 464 § 18 . athaidh oile at other times,
Dán Dé xii 11 . a hathair i n-ucht Mhuire / athaidh i gcurp
cholluidhe, DDána 9.4 . aithidh éigin for a while, Aithd. D.
13.15 . athaidh d'aimsir, Content. v 106 . taet lemm athaig
5biuc (buic MS), BColm. 16.z . cu n-imthig athach leo he went
for a while with them
, MU² 672 . codail athach becc, Aen. 1229 .
cíís T. . . . athach (: chathach), Met. Dinds. ii 74.33 . do
bhí an Táilgeann ann athach, IGT Decl. ex. 1421 . athadh
dár ndéanaimhne dhó he spent a time like us, PBocht 25.24 .
10 is buain áil lachan do linn / athadh ó íbh Táil téigim, IGT
Decl. ex. 351 . athadh imchían for a long time, FM iii 562.18 .
iar mbeith athuigh imchian a nualghubha dhó, Desid. 6128 .
iar m-beith atha fhada amuith, IT ii2 142.508 . co cenn
athaidh do ló iar sin, FM vi 2072.25 . tig chugainn i gcionn
15athaigh after a while, TD 8.12 . air nataig aimsiri, BB
238b37 . fri hathaidh m-bic, MR 34.20 . fria hathadh for
a while
, Oss. v 88.1 . re had ┐ re hathaig, TTebe 2871 . re
hothaigh, IGT Decl. ex. 616 . re hethadh fada imchéin
d'aimsir for a very long period of time, Ériu v 84.10 . lé
20hathaidh imchein, FM vi 1886.17 . athach .i. tamall, O'Cl.
Of space: oclach a cuibrech athach uad a short distance
from it
, Aen. 426 ( ZCP ii 438.1 ). tar lic T. . . . athach nár
bh'fota `a little distance past L. T.,' SG 63.9 .

athaige xsee 2 aithigid.

25 athaile n[iā, f.] (athal) deafness: a. ¤ .i. au-daille .i. nī cluinethar,
O'Mulc. 69 . a. ¤ .i. áudhalle, neamheisdeachd no cluasdall,
O'Cl.

athaimsid v(aimsid) aims at, hits a second time: ni teilgidis nach
aimsidis ┐ n[i aims]idis nach athaimsidis dorisi,
30 TBC p. 513 n. 2 .

Athain pn Athens: in a. ¤ , TTebe 1590 . g s. na hAthaine , 4850 .
na hAithine , 4899 .

athainne xsee aithinne.

1 athair n r, m. See Thurn. Gramm. 214 . IGT Decl. § 32 .
35 father: amal caras athir a chláinn, Ml. 91b17 . athair a
máthar, Sg. 31a15 . itanathir innafer, Wb. 4c1 . amal
rocretset arnaithir, Ml. 96b5 . ba árosc insin la aithrea,
136a5 . fri arnathra, 97a3 . maic indegaid anathre, Wb.
30b14 . tar ǽsi pectha innanaithre, Ml. 123d8 . ásenathrae
40gl. maiorum suorum, 47d9 . amal dorolgis diar naithrib,
125a12 . trí thinnacul ho athraib, 97a10 . fora a. ¤ -sium,
Sc. M² 10 . eter in mac ┐ a a. ¤ , LU 8087 ( FB 6 ). ad-mestar
athra scēo māthra, ZCP xi 95 § 49 . a báid-athair! LL 290a37 .
la n-athrechaib, LL 8364 . róide ar n-aithredh dob aithnidh,
45 IGT Decl. ex. 896 . d'ulc ar n-aithrichne (aithrechne v.l.),
ex. 898 . ar n-aithrecai-ne na ar maithrechai-ne,
Ériu iii 158 § 11. a. ¤ cleamhna father-in-law, Gen. xxxviii 13 . a. ¤
dála representative: a oide a athair dála (a penitent to St.
Francis at death), DDána 52.39 . Of an animal: ar petachd
50ro bui a mathair ┐ athair, O'C. 1223 (H 3.18, 490b). pn
God the Father: int athir gl. Deus, Wb. 14b9 . rongen-
airsom hua athir . . . gein maicc hua athair, Ml. 85b11 . deacht
athar, 17c7 . lasinnathir nemde, Wb. 19d7 . In phrase Día
atha(i)r, see 2 día. Note also: ar trí aithreacha the Trinity ,
55 IGT Decl. ex. 897 .
Fathers of the Church, priest, etc.: beatha na n-aithreadh
naomhtha, Desid. 2862 . i mbeathaidh na n-aithreach, TSh.
663 . a aithreacha noemu (to an assembly of bishops), PH
19 . a aithre spioradáltha priests , Desid. 3454 . a. ¤ tocchaidhe
60don ord remhráite, FM vi 2218.12 . Pátraic . . . a. ¤ baitsi
┐ creitme fer nErenn, Trip.² 76 . a. ¤ rúin father confessor ,
O'R. Poems 1909 .
In pl. parents; forefathers, ancestors: na ndenat na haithre
d'ulc / don lucht assa n-aithle is olc what evil the parents do,
65 LL 122 marg. sup. luid . . . co aithriu iar na dlomad as a
righi, YBL 137b48 . dlighid clann umhla d'aithribh, DDána
40.2 . onóir . . . do thabhairt dot aithribh nádúrtha, Mac
Aingil 2303 . iar mbreith . . . da oileamain dia oideaghaibh
┐ dia aithreachaibh, ZCP xii 396.20 . uí Ethach . . . 'sna
70haithrecha ór ghensodar, O'Gr. Cat. 396.3 . ac admolad
a n-engnuma a n-aithrech ┐ a senaithrech, TTebe 2992 .
do-niad cailg abhla na haithne / mairg tamhna dar bh'aithre
iad, DDána 31.5 . athardhacht aithreadh, TD 26.44 .
Compds. ¤ -dán: a n-athardanu gl. patrimonia sua, Ml.
75 28c13 . ¤ -gein: cen mathir cen athargein paternity, Thes. ii
291 § 2 . athar-marbthach gl. parricida, Ir. Gl. 317 . ¤ -oircnid:
athiroircnid gl. parricida, Sg. 12b6 . atharoircnidi gl. parri-
cidalia arma, Ml. 18c15 . ¤ -thír fatherland: cia th'ainm ┐
t'atharthir, LL 12679 . d'iarraid ar n-athartiri bunaid fein,
80 BB 445a49 . ¤ -umal: ropsa becda atharumal of humble parent-
age
, O'C. 51 (H 3.18, 18b).

2 athair nlate form of nathair. In phr. a. ¤ nime serpent: a. ¤
nimhe umha brazen serpent, Eochairsg. 46.30 . gach aon
do bhiodh créachtnuighthe ó na haithreachaibh neimhe, 32 .
85 an tres pían do aitreachaib nimi, RC xxviii 320 § 39 . aith-
recha neime, Maund. 169 .
Also in plant-names: a. ¤ talman gl. mellifolia, Ir. Gl. 178 .
caulis trifolium .i. athair talmaṅ .i. fligh. Arch. i 333.4 (Med.
Gloss.). an athair talman san emoroides, Gault. 46 § 2 .
sud aithre talman, 80 § 51. sug athar talman, Rosa Ang.
5 158.10 . melifolium .i. an aithir thalmhann, Gloss. serpen-
tina .i. athir l[us ?] .i. bilur Muire .i. mudomun, Arch. i 333
§ 28 (Med. Gloss.). pastinaca .i. a. ¤ liath ( ? lus) .i. copog .i.
ragum , § 1 (Med. Gloss.). ? ní cara thar ais san a. ¤ chaoich
rug céim, Ó Bruad. ii xi 9 .