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athrann n(1 rann) act of dividing (again); (re-)division: rorandais
80raind fond n-aile n-athraind at a second distribution (of food),
Corm. Y 1018 (88.14). ni bí athroind for selba iar cédna
treroind possessions are not further divided after the first
threefold division
, O'Don. 2194 (Nero A vii, 134b). bráthair
athar ┐ mac rannait aithraind a further division,
85 Ériu i 215.19 . athroinn sin ar chró, 32 . cia madh ail leis athranna
do thabairt amach don fearann further shares(?), O'D. 2288
( Rawl. B 506, 26d ). athranna dona ferannuib fuaradar
amuigh, O'C. 398 ( H. 3.18, 222a ). atbert . . . ná bad athraind
úaid co bráth `he would never yield a new division', Met.
Dinds. iv 260.z . biaidh athroinn ar Inis Fáil,
5 Ériu viii 84.75 . ro bātar cind īarna n-athraind `hewn asunder',
Arch. Hib. ii 63 § 66 .

athrathaid luaid n( d s.) name of a plant: do buing teora dlaithi
do .i. dlai do hurnenaid, dlai di omthund, dlai do a.l., Hib.
Min. 72.19 .

10 ? athrochta: ind dorad . . . dhamh . . . chrois n-a. ¤ , Ériu iv 55.8
(? leg. étrochta, Gloss.).

athroga n(roga) second choice: cách ní fhuighe a n-athragha
(of the last Judgement), PBocht 11. 42 . rogha an chraoí ag
mnaoí an tighe, ┐ an athrogha acasan, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 45.30 .

15 athroithe xsee athrugad.

athrola xsee ad-cuirethar (Add. and Corr.).

athrugad vn. of aithrigid. Also aithrechad. athrachadh,
aithrechadh, IGT Verbs § 106 . act of changing, altering,
moving: an teagh do athrugadh assin dū a mbuī, Fl. Earls
20 120.6 . ní háil liom athrughadh ná dhul as so, Desid. 6759 .
sí ar n-athraghadh d'eachtronnchaibh `has passed into the
power of foreigners
' (a territory), TD 17.9 . seachnóin
Éireann . . . / tánuig Almha ar athrughadh `hath betaken
itself
', 27.4 . ní héidir í d'athraghadh (a judgment), 15.38 .
25 atharughadh dealba ┐ crotha, Feis TC 1253 . Íosa Chríosd
sul do crochadh / piana air gan athrochadh without remission,
Dán Dé xxi 23 . ní fuil a athrugudh do conuir acu they have
no alternative route
, ZCP vi 55.33 . nī huair aithrighthe
it is not time to change, O'R. Poems 3909 . dá chúis
30athroighthe agad you have two reasons for moving, DDána
74.13 . grísaid lucht na n-eisteacht . . . dochum athroithi,
ITS xxix 127.4 . cumhsgughadh .i. gluasacht no athrughadh,
O'Cl.

athṡacart n(sacart) ex-priest(?): a hathṡacaird Cluana [ ],
35 LL 7268 .

athṡárgud n(sárugud) outraging again: noco choir duin as
nach mud / atherruch dia athṡargud, SR 1546 .

athscríbad n(scríbad): athscribad na liter (of the re-inking of
faded letters in a MS), LU p. x n.2 .

40 athṡlúag n(slúag): marb frimm andess, marb antuaid / níptar
inmuini athṡluaig `they were not darlings of a worthless army
(i.e. they were darlings of a worthy army)', Ériu xi 151 § 2 .

athsmúained vn. of athsmúainid: air aithsmuaineadh on
second thoughts
, Donl. xxii 24 .

45 athsmúainid v(smúainid) thinks again: ní fhuil neach d'athsmuainfeadh
'na chroidhe é = non est qui recogitet in corde
suo, TSh. 6000 . athsmuaineóchad . . . bliadhna mo bheatha
uile (= recogitabo omnes annos meos, Isa. xxxviii 15 ), Mac
Aingil 2167 . nach smuaineann ┐ nach athsmuaineann sé?
50 Donl. 458.18 . Vn. athsmúained.

athsmúainiugad n= athsmúained: dith athsmuainighthe want
of reflection
, Donl. 462.21 .

athṡnaide n(snaide) re-sharpening: a shleagh . . . gá hath-
shnoighe, Magauran 702 .

55 athṡnaidmid v(snaidmid) binds again, re-imposes: co roathṡnaidmed
in Bórama doridisi for Lagnib, RC xiii 50 § 37 .

athṡuide n(suide) deposition from office: dligid cach gūbrethach
garsēcli ┐ athṡuidi `Entsetzung', ZCP xi 84 § 34 .

athṡuidiugud n(suidiugud) act of re-establishing: nach féidir . . .
60a n-athshuidhiugheadh . . . a mbeatha na ngrás, Donl. xii 22 .

? athsuud n(soud ?): dosoí con[s]oí iterum / ba a. ¤ fri gnáth,
Trip.² 785 (ba athnuud, Trip. 72.20 ).

atht-, xwords beg. with, see att-.

athúaim n(1 úaimm): ní héidir t'athuaim you cannot be mended
65(to a cloak), Hackett² 33.54 .

athúair adv(úair) in phrase an (in n- ?) a. ¤ again, afterwards: an
céidfhecht . . . in athuair, Brussels 4190, 219v (Plummer MS.
notes). an athuair (īn a. ¤ MS.), Dán Dé xx 22 . síothamhla
a héachta an athuair `the second time', TD 39.15 . tōgbhait
70a seólta an athuair, Fl. Earls 8.13 . do chuadar i neart
an athuair i nÉirinn `once again', Keat. iii 2912 .

athuaithne: n tangadar an bhantracht cona ndraoigheacht a. ¤ ,
RC xv 68.25 (for adúathmair?).

athúath x etc. see adúath etc.

75 athúathaigthe adj(adúathaigid): na sé hamaidedh . . . athuath-
uighthe dreadful , Comp. Con C. 73.21 .

athuisti xsee under fuste.

atlathar xsee ad-cuirethar (Add. and Corr.).

atlochur xsee ad-tluichethar.

80 atlugud xsee attlugud.

atluig: v nir atluig lugi n-éthig / ní thánic dar a bréthir `he
swore no lying oath
', RC xx 12 § 17 . Pret. 3 s. of ad-
tluichethar
?

atmach n(cf. ad-daim) acknowledger: ni bi a. ¤ nach n-ap[th]ach,
85 ZCP xiii 23.13 (sei nicht ein Anerkenner von irgendwelchen
`Untersagten'
, Bürgschaft 11 § 36 ).