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? athmaithem: n dosbera . . . / cen adbchlos, cen athmaithim
(of alms), Arch. iii 319 § 73 . Second element doubtful,
maithem? moídem?

athmaldachad n(mallachad s.v. mallachaid): du a. ¤ gl. ad
5remaledicendum, Ml. 141c3 .

athmarbad vn. of athmarbaid: an dream do-ní an t-athmhar-
bhadh (i.e. killing of the soul as well as the body), TSh.
4719 . R. do dul beoghonta dia thigh ┐ mac E. da athmar-
bhadh ann killed him outright, FM iv 690.3 . ac dul andiaidh
10Húi R. da a. ¤ , RC xviii 169.23 (Tig.).

athmarbaid v(marbaid): ru-s-athmarb hí finished it off (i.e.
a serpent already mortally wounded), PH 7242 . Vn.
athmarbad.

athmilled, -id xsee aidmilled, -id.

15 athmius xsee aithmes (Add. and Corr.).

athmochta adj(mochta) very great, powerful: Aithir[ne] a. ¤ , Ériu
xiii 13.3 .

athmola(i)d xsee admola(i)d.

athmosán xsee athchomsán.

20 athmudaigthe adj(mudaigid): ma fo aill . . . foscert ┐ muigh-
aighter . . . munup atmuighaighte if he is not badly injured(?),
Laws ii 182.11 Comm.

athmuinter n(muinter): cech aen is tarrnocht fuil fer / ní blais
biad a a. ¤ posterity, descendants(?), Acall. 212 v.l. mad aithed
25and, nír' chlunter / cid athḟer cid athmunter second wife(?),
Met. Dinds. iii 18.228 . imdergad . . . don mnai . . . ag
imradh a hathmuindtire ina fiadnaise the wife who preceded
her
(?), O'C. 1010 (H 3.18, 429a).

athmuinteras n(muinteras) reconciliation: ar mbeith na
30athmhuinntearas dúinn, Rom. v 10 . tré a bhḟuaramar
anois an t-athmhuinntearas, 11 . cadhachas, réidhte,
athmhuintearras, Eg. Gl. 121 .

athmulta adjAlso -ach, athumalta. Perh. based on compd. of
emilt, to wh. it is similar in meaning. irritating, injurious;
35 irksome, tedious: scena brevis vel cena levis raro molesta
.i. is andam is athumulta an suiper gearr no édrum, Reg.
San. 23.34 . codlud trom a. ¤ (molestus), O'Gr. Cat. 216.14 .
ionnas corab athmhulta leis beith beo = ut tedeat vivere,
ITS xxix 150.33 . do chneasughadh an luit / do deargadh
40léi go héigceart athmhultach, Keat. Poems 88 = athúmhalta,
Hard. i 292.z . tug an sionnach . . . silleadh is síor-ḟéachain
go athumhalta fair, Content. xxvii n.3 .

athmultas n(athmulta) also athmáeltas. annoyance, irritation,
discomfort: athmhaoltus, díbhḟearg, cuthach, buile, Eg. Gl.
45 20 . do bhi fearg air ┐ do gabh athmháoltas mór é, Neh.
iv 1 . gan athmhultas, gan adhfhuathmharacht = absque
ullo horrore vel gravamine, ITS xxix 179.20 . cad fa cuire
t'athmultus ar an mnai mar-sin why do you vent your spleen?
Smaointe B. Chr. 2879 . bi se gan athamhultus gan doghraing
50a mbroinn a mháthar, 588 . gan teindis gan athmultus, 586 .
da mbia neamhchaitheamh bídh maille re hathmhaoltus ar
neach, 23 K 42, 89.3 . athmhaoltus roimh an mbiadh = cibi
fastidium, 231.15 . gan athmaltas o'n gaile, Gault. 66 § 37 .
do-nīd athmhultus do gach aen nī maith they despise every
55good thing
, De Contemptu 2076 . tuirse ┐ athmhúltus, ITS
xvi 144.14 .

? athnai: ind ri Ulad ard athnai (ard nathe v.l.) / i cedlud fri
fochlai, Ériu v 232.24 .

athnaiscid xsee ad-naisc.

60 athnam n m. (perh. compd. of gním or sním) athnamh, aith-
neamh m. (g s. and n p. -nimh -namha), IGT Decl. § 28 .
wealth, spoil, gain: a fuair sé dh'aithfer an ḟill / dob é a
aithnemh ó Ḟéilim, IGT Decl. ex. 872 . d'ḟéin Tulcha ag
techt re n-athnamh / gabthur drumchla secht slighthedh,
65 ex. 27 . iar norgain an Tuir . . . / a ccuit don a. ¤ nir chochma
.i. nir beg no nir cumang a ccuid don édail, Leb. Gab.
108.16 . dom éadáil ní fhuair athnamh `wealth', Dán Dé
vii 28 . ésgaidh D. ar ceann cruidh / athnamh do-bheir dā
bhrāthair, O'R. Poems 3727 . dob imdha athnudh ┐ edail
70tuc se do patriarca, ZCP vi 289.11 . athnudh édala, 24 .
Tír na hEille dá dtreise gan athnamh (describing territory
mourning for its chief), Ó Bruad. i 162.2 . 's im aiscibh nach
deachaidh athnamh éislinge `my reproaches included no
spoils of infirmity
', ii 28.13 . athnamh .i. édáil, O'Cl. In
75plant-name: athnamh liag, 23 K 42, 407.2 .

athnár xsee adná(i)r.

athnúadad, -ugud, -nuidigud xsee athnugud.

athnúadaige n(cf. athnuigid) g s. newness, renewal: do raidh
Brenainn fria a muinntir toidhecht lais dochum shasaidh
80corporda (sic leg. , ed.) . . . ┐ docum na hathnuadhaighe,
BNnÉ 51 § 38 = eamus ad refectionem . . . et ad mandatum
nouum, V. SS. Hib. i 106 .

athnúaigitech adj(athnuigid): dlighidh an diet beit athnuaighitech
the diet should be restorative, Reg. San. 28 xxiv .

85 athnugud vn. of athnuigid act of renewing, restoring: atnugadh
marb `reviving of the dead', Blathm. 169 . a. ¤ na fér ┐ na lubi,
LU 2735 . roír in spirut naom a n-a. ¤ , Hib. Min. 7.213 . at-
beltais na huili cen a. ¤ , Ériu ii 104 § 13 . tic tathellach tathlúgud
. . . / atherruch fria athnúgud / combi 'na chrichaib coraib,
SR 8119 . do idnaidi ind athnugthi transformation (Túan
5m. Cairill), LU 1315 . athnūgud na cell (: rathmūnud)
restoration, KMMisc. 274 § 63 . Shortened metri gratia in:
athnúd achaid don chaill chóir (heptasyll.) `reclaiming
meadowland
', Met. Dinds. iv 148.28 . Cf. athnuud, Trip.
72.20 (athsuud, Trip.² 785 ). do a. ¤ na mur, LL 399a7 . Later
10with -núadad, -núadugad etc.: bíd mo thinnis ag athnuadhadh
do shíor recurring, TSh. 4173 . an t-ímpire . . . d'athnúadh,
Párl. na mB. 2422 . mo athnúadha ┐ mo sgíamhghlana,
2966 . d'aithnuadhadh nós ┐ reachta Éireann, Keat. iii 538 .
dogēna Día are-sim a athnūadugud, BColm. 104.18 .
15 athnuidiugud cairdesa fri Dia, RC xii 438 § 48 . athnuidiugud,
BB 499a8 (cf. Alex. 945 ff. ). iar nathnuídiugad Ierusalem,
LB 130b13 . glanrúin athnuidigthi in chinedu doenna, PH
2381 . d'athnuadhugudh in tsidha, CCath. 4582 . acc
athnuadhucchadh a n-aitreabh, FM vi 2186.11 . an t-ímpire
20. . . d'athnuachadh, Párl. na mB. 351 . athnuaidheachadh
spioradalta, ITS xxix 110.17 .
Of revising a literary work: don Sinaind andseo íarna
hathnuiged don u[g]dar amra, KMMisc. 196.11 (of a poem).
Possibly also in athnúidhiughadh, LU 2768 , which, however,
25 is taken by Edd. in sense of restoring the actual writing,
see p. x n. and cf. culaid athnuaigthi, ibid. `implements
of restoration
', Plummer Colophons 25 .