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aiccecht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aiccecht or dil.ie/754

Forms: aiccept, aiceacht

n m. (Lat. accepta, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 236 , acceptum, Vendr. Lex.). Also aiccept. aiceacht m. IGT Decl. § 24 . Later also f.: gurab í an aiceacht, Eochairsg. 4.y . ba hisin aicept, Hugh Roe 124.7 (fo. 33a ). With lenited -c- aicheapt, Desid. 4839 (cf. aithchecht). Later cecht q.v. Lesson, instruction, precept: lectio .i. aicecht, Ir. Gl. 868 . aiccicht .i. icht a n-aice ar is i n-ace bīs an deiscipal acind aiti, Corm. Y 88 . Cf. O'Mulc. 12 . brathchai .i. bretho Cai ainm aicepta bēlri, 125 . dí raínd déc ínti ┐ acept bliadna i ncech raind (of studying verse), IT iii 31.10 . foric in n-écsíne oc múnud a aiciuchta, LU 11002 . tech n-aiccepta, Mer. Uil. 143 . co ro erb don mac mebrugud a aiccepta, Fél. 12.14 . staruidhe .i. fear ag a mbí triocha d'aiceachtaibh naomhtha ina fhoghloim, MS. Mat. 494.30 . an t-aiceachtsa do fhégh soin / do légh aitteachtsa an ughdoir, L. Cl. A. B. 176 § 109 . an aiceacht d'fhág Sé aice precept, Eochairsg. 4.y . In phrases: do-gní a.¤ do gives instruction to: dorinne-sium aiccept dóib-sim, Mer. Uil. 127 . do dēnum accechta dī, BColm. 18.16 . do-gní a.¤ learns lessons: dognidh tri haicechta gach láe la Barrai, BNnÉ 16.11 . occ denamh in aicipta, Lism. L. 4152 . do bhínn dá n-aiteacht don ḟior / gach aiceacht díbh dá ndéiniodh, TD 23.7 . do-beir a.¤ do gives a prescription, precept to: truagh nach tabhair . . . aiceacht an Daghdha dhamh / d' aithteacht a anma i nEoghan a pity you do not give me the Dagda's prescription to revive Eoghan's life, DDána 65.35 . do theagasg an phobail ┐ dá thabhairt mar aiceacht dóibh . . ., TSh. 151 . ro gab ferg an senoir . . . ┐ tucc aicept mór dó he gave him a serious reprimand, BCC 170.17 . do bi C. ag tabhairt aicepta do C.C. trias an cath sin do cuiredh trid, 186.y.

Cf. airaiccecht.

airaiccecht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airaiccecht or dil.ie/1587

Forms: airaiccept

n (aiccecht). Also airaiccept. first instruction, primer: Uraicecht becc, title of a legal treatise, Laws v 2 . deiredh cuirp uracecht caol so (marg. note), O'D. 653 ( H 3.17 , c. 484b ). uraicecht caol sin, 776 (ib. c. 557). incipit auraiccept Moraind no teccosca Moraind, ZCP xi 80.4 . Auraicept na n-Éces, title of a grammatical treatise: incipit Auraicept na nEges .i. eraicept ar er gach toiseach, Auraic. 1 . caidi . . . tugait scribind in Uraicepta?, 63 . conige seo corp ind Auraicepta, 1636 . airacept na n-ecsiné (airaicciucht v.l.), IT iii 32.3 . na teóra foilcheasda oghuim áirmheas Uraiceapt innte, IGT Introd. 1.6 . gurab e [Cennfaelad] . . . do athnuadaidh Uraiceapt na nEicces, MR 284.3 . an leabhar dá ngairthi Uraicheapt, Keat. i 80.7 .

éicsíne

Cite this: eDIL s.v. éicsíne or dil.ie/19734
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: exine

n io, m. a learner of `éicse'; a student of poetry, a poet's pupil or apprentice: luid (Cruitene) do thig alaile écis ┐ a gilla leis .i. écsini side co menmain fithidrea, Corm. Bodl. (lethech) . filidh amra...eicsine laisidhe oc frithgnam, ZCP vii 305.10 . ro rathaigestar in t-éices mormenmain ind eicsine ┐ laget a frithgnama, Corm. Bodl. (s. lethech) . do p[h]romad ind eicsine, ib. O'Gr. Cat. 94. 17 . oc tuidecht écsi dia écsinib imparting wisdom to his pupils RC xxvi 12.9 ; 22 n. 9 . cóeca eices a llín cenmotha éicsiniu, Corm. Bodl. s. prull . int ecsine di muintir S., ib. = exine, Corm. Y p. xiii 21 . eigess, p. 90.25 . foric in n-écsíne oc múnud a aiciuchta, LU 11002 . airacept na neicsiné (v.l. na hécsene), IT iii 32.3 (part of first year's course). Cf. éicsín.

fithidir

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fithidir or dil.ie/22251

Forms: fithir, fithidrea, fithirae, fithidire, fithithre

n m. also fithir ; g s. fithidrea, Corm. Bodl. s.v. lethech (fithidire Y. fithirae LB). a teacher, esp. one who instructed scholars (écsíni) in the poetic art ; a word of more restricted application than `aite' and later confined to poetic style. fithir .i. athair an foirceadail no na healadhna, O'Cl. fithir (.i. in fithidir .i. in magistir), RC xx 248 ( ACC 52 ). bíd Moninnán ... a athir, a ḟithithir `M. will be his father, his tutor' Imr. Brain § 57 . fithithair fria fealmac (one of the legally recognized social connexions), Laws ii 344.4 (= in t-aite forcetail, 348.20 Comm .). fear cerda, ma[d] fithír `a man of art, if a professor' iv 236.15 . bendachais dia fithir (.i. aite), MacCongl. 11.3 . sóifid cách a dán i sáibforcital ... do chungid derscaigthe dia fithithir, RC xxvi 42 § 223 . fithighir fer nErenn re filidhecht ┐ re senchus, ALC 1506 . g s. isse ... bessad in gilla tosugud forcetail do t[h]engaid a fithidire , Corm. Y 676 (= fithera LB). ecsine ... co menmuin fithidire, 825 = (s.v. lethech) a ḟithirae LB. móradh fithithire, Ériu xiii 25.7 . ? ca soitheach fithir is fó ? (.i. ca hadbhur oide), ZCP v 488.12 (B. na f.). pl. cona urērset felmaic a fithithre `so that pupils will not rise up (in respect) before their teachers' RC xxvi 42 § 222 . a ffithire forcthe fealmacacha, Hugh Roe 162.13 (f. 43b) .

gilla

Cite this: eDIL s.v. gilla or dil.ie/25843
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: gilld, gille, gille

n n s. gilld, Corm. Y 676 , 1059 ( p. 93.11 ) ; also gille, IGT Decl. exx. 1136 , 1405 , 2130 ; cf. gilli (: fīrindi), ACL iii 246.7 ; gille (: imme), MacCongl. 69.30 . n p. gailli (subscript a), gaille, ZCP xxvii 43 (B) . io, m. A word of pre-Norse origin, prob. from Latin. See Pokorny, ZCP xii 298 ff. ; Marstrander, ib. 309 ff.

(a) a youth of an age to bear arms ; one who has arrived at the third of the six ages of man (for which see gillacht) : Dauid in gille dáne, Hy. i 12 . gilla oac amulach, LU 3825 ( SCC § 37.14 ). TBC-LL¹ 265 . do gilli no óclig, Mon. Tall. § 41 . v s. cucainn cetna thanacais do chétgasciud, a gillai, IT i 103.9 . a gilli, LU 3535 ( SCC § 29 ). a ghille ... doní uaill as do ghile, A. Ó Dálaigh xliii 2. As a contemptuous mode of address : creud as creidemh dhuitsi, a ghiollaidh thall, Luc. Fid. 182 . pl. a ṅgillai óca, CRR § 34 . gilde ┐ ócláoich, Mon. Tall. § 48 . a gillu Connacht, IT i 106.21 (LL). chethirn ṅ-gilla, TBC-LL¹ 5762 . gialladh do ghillaibh óga giving youths as hostages, AU ii 540.17 . tri chet do gillib occa, TTebe 1468 . tuc Ráp ... aeghaidhecht do ghilladaib Israel (of the spies), ZCP ii 52.9 ( Maund. § 90 ). atconnarc gillu glána, LU 3767 ( SCC § 34 ).

(b) Sometimes (with or without `bec') used as the equivalent of `mac,' a male child, a boy : in gilla bec mo dalta sa, TBC-LL¹ 842 , gilla, TBC-I¹ 514 = mac bec, TBC-LL¹ 1015 . Cf. also TBC-I¹ 508 , 537 with TBC-LL¹ 989 , 1046 respectively. ba gilla bec, LL 226b28 ( TTr. 700 ). PH 1366.

(c) Used of a pupil : gilldæ .i. is fri gil is cosmail. ... issē dono bēssad in gilla tosugud (do ṡugud, LB) forcetail do t[h]engaid a fithidire, Corm. Y 676.

(d) a servant, a gilly, a messenger : gilla a cillus, graece manus unius, ar is lām do cach áon a gilla, Corm. Y 702 . Cf. O'Mulc. 654 . a gilla laiss .i. ēcsīne ēiside co menmuin fithidire lais, Corm. Y 825 . ro chuir in gilla na eocho hi fergort, LU 8514 ( FB § 36 ). TBC-LL¹ 3295 . TBC-I¹ 2468 . ro-fhóid tra Iacop a gilla, PH 2193 . C. giolla gradha do Brian `confidential officer,' Cog. 102.19 . gilla Crist (gl. Christianus), Ir. Gl. 523 . gilla ... nó timtirid, Mon. Tall. § 37 . pl. ferr lais feis la gillib to sleep with his servants, Laws v 292.22 . daescurṡluag ┐ gillida fedma `drudges,' Acall. 5627 . CRR § 28 . gilli na sluag `horse-boys,' Cog. 82.7 . giollaidhe an tsluaigh `camp-followers,' Keat. iii 3199 . daill iad ┐ giolladha dall = duces caecorum), Mac Aingil 401 . With a defining gen. of the work allotted or the service performed : g.¤ adhairce (gl. cornicen), Ir. Gl. 1018 . g.¤ con a kennel attendant, Laws v 72.29 . ZCP xiii 254.16 . g.¤ cupáin cup-bearers , 1 Kings x 5 . g.¤ na-n-each (gl. mango), Ir. Gl. 946 . Cf. Ériu iii 141.196 . BColm. 102.2 . IGT Decl. ex 2130 . g.¤ an eich, TD 22.17 . gille echraide grooms , RC xliii 26 § 25 . g.¤ na fi[d]chli chess-board attendant, Acall. 1344 . g.¤ na filed .i. g.¤ urraith .i. i cometecht caich bis a bailiu i mbailiu, Laws i 106.10 Comm. ; 'baggage-boy' UR 133 . g.¤ gái a spear-gilly , SG 66.1 . marbus g.¤ in gái .i. in callaire sergeant (?), 76.9 . g.¤ glomair horse-boy , Laws v 72.29 Comm. g.¤ an ghobanno the boy who feeds the smith's furnace : fuaradh ghiolla an ghabhann (prov. saying), TSh. 6206 . g.¤ scuir a stud-groom, a stableman , Acall. 778 . g.¤ tened one who attends to the fires, SG 354.33 . g.¤ turusa a messenger : cursúr .i. gilla turusa, PH 2601. Laws v 72.29 Comm. g.¤ urláir a household servant, Laws v 72.29 Comm. Cf. echlach urláir, Ériu ix 15.

(e) Commonly used from the close of the 10th cent. as the first element of masc. proper names, foll. by gen. of npr. (saint or other), see Marstrander, ZCP xii 313 . Gillacolaim, AU i 488.16 (an. 976) . G.¤ Patraic, 492.22 (an. 982) . G.¤ Ciarain, Caithr. CC § 53 . G.¤ na Trinódi hUa Dálaigh, RC xviii 270.1 . For further exx. see AU (Index) : AFM iii 2-3 n. and Heldensage (Index). Also (accompanied by a descriptive adj. or gen.) used as npr m. or sobriquet : G.¤ Bec, Rawl. 159a14 . G.¤ Luaithrindi, Lec. 57rb16 . In G.¤ Leithderg O Concobair, RC xviii 276.25 . See also Dubgilla, Crōngilla, Gormgilla, ZCP xiii 1 - 2 .

múnad

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Last Revised: 2013

Forms: múnadh, muinti

n u, m., (vn. of múinid), also *múined, from which the g.s. is usually formed. múnadh (o- and u-st.), IGT Dec. § 48. Teaching, instructing , with obj. gen. either of person or of thing: do munud a dalti to instruct her fosterling, Wb. 24d10 . oca forcetul ┐ oca munad, PH 246. ara nderna-su mo múnod . . . go rop móti lim mo menma (= exhorting ), TBC-LL¹ 3753. snám ┐ marcuigecht . . . do múnad dóib, Laws ii 154.11 . g s. aidde muinti gaiscid dó his instructor in feats of arms, Cóir Anm. 211. oide muinte, sgolmhaighisdir, Eg. Gl. 498. PBocht 35 § 36. buime mhúinte mheic an rígh, Ir. Monthly 1930, 470.28 . co tucc in maigistir slat a muinti di `gave her the rod of his instruction' (= owned himself outstripped by his pupil), ZCP vi 24.11 . Cf. slaidi muinte Cairpri immun ṁBoin[n] sanchan C. [Lifechair's ] authority on each side of the B. (?), Rawl. 133a55 . fear mo mhúnta my instructor, IGT Dec. ex. 1285. ben dob ferr delbh ┐ denum, modh ┐ munud education , RC x 187.16 . (of a horse) act of breaking in: as cinelta in t-ech ona munad a cenn a bliadna 'the horse broken-in as a yearling is good-natured' Celtica ii 42 § 31 . Showing, pointing out: gurab écen mér dot munad ind airecd may a finger be needed to point thee out in the assembly (= may you be unknown, inconspicuous), Fél. 96.15 , cf. gurab eiccin meur fair inn-aireacht dia munadh, BNnÉ 305.8 . do múnud eóluis dar muncind mara to guide, CRR 8. do mhúnadh na slígheadh dhóibh, Exodus xiii 21. Exceptionally learning: foric [M.] in n-écsine oc m.¤ a aicciuchta `learning his lesson', Imr. Brain i 52.18 ( LU 11002 ).