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aimréi(d)tech

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n o (aimréid) contentiousness: re fed a naimhreitigh `during their contentions', FM iv 868.23 . tre aimhréteach iomad na naicmeadh, MS. Mat. 582.43 . tnúth ┐ imreasain ┐ aimhréiteach, 1 Cor. iii 3 . d'ás an ionnraic umhal gan aimréidhteach, Ó Bruad. iii 192.1 .

airbitiu(d)

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x see airfitiud.

áithcheó(d)

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n (cf. Sc. àicheadh, Éigse vi 60 ). act of refuting, contradicting, opposing: asbert . . . nod n-aírfed dia áithgiud, LU 10947 (aithchiud, aithgeud, aithcheo v.l., Im. Brain i 46.7 ). bid aithlig . . . dumm áithgeód, 10982 (aithgeoid, aith- cheod, aithcheo v.l., 48.2 ). is é in tipra 'na telluch thechtaide é na fétaither d'athgúd ná d'éligud, MU² 82 . gan aithcheo, gan éliugod, Acall. 3003 . ata drong oca-bar n-aithceód, PH 2669 . an atbert in geg da beol / as becht nar fed a aithcheod , BLism. 135vb29 . da bhar naithceo to reproach you, BB 210b35 = aiceodh, Todd Nenn. 94.14 . itā nem can athc[h]eōd dot anmain thy soul is sure of heaven, ZCP vii 308.9 . treabhsad Eriu gan aitcheo without opposition, BB 25a7 . fírinne gan aidhcheódh irreproachable, Hy Maine 139.27 . do dhearbhadh a ndubhairt mé / is d'aithcheo ar aill uaibhse, Content. v 2 . G. G. fhuair eol / nach cualadhas uaidh d'aithcheodh, DDána 65.21 . T. . . . aithcheodh sbleghi, Magauran 3521 . séun, áthcheodh, Eg. Gl. 561 . Cf. aithche, áithchid, aithge.

anchingi(d)

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x see ainching.

an(d)gaid

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Forms: aingid(e), aingidh, aingidhe

(1 andach) later aingid(e). aingidh (:taidlidh), Studies 1919, 256 § 7 . aingidhe (: maighdine), DDána 22.21 . Also angbaid q.v.

I Adj. i wicked, cruel, merciless: ar a cumactte nangid `the wicked power', Wb. 6a1 . ind indithem andgaid sin `that bad intention,' Ml. 31a12 . Of persons: inna ndoine n-angaid `of bad men', 31a14 . bói alaili duni andgaid . . . écraibdech ┐ macc báiss no bíd oc slaitaireacht, Trip.² 2612 (angbuid v.l., Trip. 482.2 ). andgid (aingid v.l.) cech ecal `every timid person is ruthless', Tec. Corm. § 13.25 . fer angid etróccar (of Herod), PH 818 . ri aingide etroccar re h-esgair- dib, BB 333a25 . folāiremh an impire ēttrōcair aingidhe, Fl. Earls 196.29 . duine . . . agarb aindgidh, TFrag. 162.19 . easáonta . . . na ndáoineadh naingidh, Ériu v 92.9 . pa haingidhi adhuathmar é iman egluis, Aisl. Tund. 120 § 1 . ná bí aingidhe, Prov. xxiv 1 . Of spirits: tédmunda na spirut n-angid .i. na ṅdémna, PH 6248 . co faca in torathar . . . .i. fuath aingeda (corr. man. rec. to aingidh; aingide v.l.), Moling 14 § 15 . na fúatha angedha, 18 § 22 . Of warriors: Barith córaidh andgaidh do Nortmannaibh, FM i 526.x . fian Eirend aingide / fa Fionn bharrglan o Bhaoisgne, LL 396.3 . sgaíleadh fearchon fir aingidh, MR 288.3 . Of animals: ó ilphiastaibh aingidhe na foraoíse, Ériu v 186. 397 . dreagan uathmhar aingidhe (: neimhe), DDána 75.44 . Of fighting: ro feradh iomairecc uathmhar aingidh, FM vi 2256.25 . Compar. andgidiu gl. nequior, Sg. 40b5 . a measg dhroinge fá . . . aindéine aingidhe inás a bhfacuidh gó sin, Desid. 4647 . Adv. ind andgid gl. nequiter, Ml. 28a13 .

II Subst. i bad person: a aingid ┐ a bregairi, Aen. 835 . āl cach n-ai[n]gid `every base person is timorous', ZCP xvii 60 § 6 . troethad ina n-aincide, LB 261a16 ( Arch. iii 313 § 12 ).

-arfa(i)d

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x see do-adbat.

athmola(i)d

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x see admola(i)d .

atmai(gi)d

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x see ad-daim.

bailiu(ga)d

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Forms: bailiudh

n (2 baile) confusion, madness; becoming mad: ro bui in bioth i mbailiuth mani astaitis cuir(e) bel, Laws i 40.24 . astad caich . . . argair bailiuth in betha, 50.30 (= bailidiu, iii 14.3). bith-builed betha iar mbas .i. nis cian rombatar a ngente (? na gente) i mbailiud ainfesa esergi iar mbas, O'C. 477 (H. 3.18, 249). comba mesc . . . . Dolluid iarum for bailegud meraigthi, LL 22214 (= for builiugud a mescdha, BB 388b4 , bailiudh, Dinds. 75 ). rogab cidh gaot[h] golugad / rogab bit[h] baoth bailiugad, ZCP vii 309.7 .

bu(d)-decht

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caichi(d)

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x see 3 cathach.

comaimser(d)acht

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n ā, f. (comaimserdae) synchronism, synchro- nizing, synchronization : comaimserdacht rigraide Erenn fri rigraid an domain, Trip. xxviii 6 . senchusa .i. iomad comaimsiordhachta, Ériu xiii 52.21 . ata comaimserdhacht ina adhaigh sin a n-inadh oile there is a synchronism con- tradicting that in another place, iv 144 § 22 n. 19 . Leabhar Comaimsireachda Flainn Mainistrech siosana, BB 11 title. mad doreir na coimaimsirdachta . . . madh doreir in coit- chínd, 41a23 .

comḟograi(gi)d

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comḟostai(gi)d

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v (fostaid): go n-imat sliūs chomhfhostus ┐ imtheilges in t-uisce restrains , Fl. Earls 40.4 . Part. an tionglan cruaidh comhfhosduighthe = coacta, 23 K 42, 205.18 .

condalb(d)us

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x o, m. = condalbae: no chairdes no condolbos, SR 3136 . iar ndligud chardessa nó chondalbais, LU 2663 `relationship', RC xxv 248.1 . ar connalbus (chonailbi, v.ll.), Otia ii 88.1 . ar baíg ┐ chondalbdus, LL 32275 ( TTr. 1464 ). fri báidh ┐ connalbhus `friendship and respect', FM v 1336.7 . See céim (C 101.27).

confa(i)d

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Forms: confadh, confaidh

v (cú + 1 bath Peritia xiv 254 ). confadh m., IGT Decl. § 11 (54.11) . confaidh f., § 13 (66.3) . Of dogs rabies; freq. in general sense fury, rage, ferocity: confadh tonnghail = rage, Eg. Gl. 193 . congháir, confa, 470 . cu c.¤ con, Lism. L. 3799 . conbadh inna con, AU i 246.2 . go cconfaidh condai (of a sea-cat), BNnÉ 77 § 146 . Of persons: ar confaidh infuriated, DDána 82.25 . dasacht ┐ confadh, CCath. 5953 . confadh catha battle-fury , Keat. ii 4530 . confaidh gliadh, IGT Decl. ex. 619 . Of storm etc.: confadh úaibhreach aiéoir, Studies 1921, 418 § 6 . confadh cithanfaidh, St. Ercuil 302 .

Attrib. g s. cú chonfaidh mad dog, Dán Dé xxviii 33 . in cræbh confada cēillidh fierce (of chieftain), ZCP viii 226 § 17 . naithir na gcéimeann gconfaidh, DDána 75.43 . caor chonfaidh (the Argonauts), 107.30 .

contrár(d)aigid

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Forms: contrár(d)ugad

v (contrárda) opposes : an tan chontrarduighius ris na neithib sin, 23 K 42, 21.8 . gibe sileadh . . . examh- luighius no contrarduighius uadha sin, 204.5 . céim . . . nach contraraighend . . . umhla . . . dóibh, De Contemptu 2128 .

Vn. contrár(d)ugad.

contrár(d)ugad

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vn. of contrárdaigid: ní hail liom con- trarughadh do-samh to oppose him, Smaointe B. Chr. 3100 . do chontrárdhughadh an nethe céudna = `to doe contrary to', RSClára 52a . gan murmur ná contrárdhadh = `contra- diction', 114b .

cora(i)d

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Forms: coar, cuär, coraid, coraid, coraidh, córaid, córadu, corathgen

n etc. In some exx. forms of caur, q.v. Acc. to Thur- neysen ZCP xiii 105 , to be referred to n s. coar, cuär (see 2 cúar). In MSS. freq. also with -ó-; note the rhyming exx.: ? na cúrad na cruadchorad (g p.) (: ṅglorach), SR 5886 . flathius Fúait foentait córaid / for óraib iar cuairt cáemil, LL 2592 . n s. coraid, LU 9460 . an córaid sain, TFrag. 100.6 . córaidh .i. fear mórghaisgidh, O'Cl. a s. coraid, TTebe 877 . coraidh, TTr.² 38 . in córaid , LL 31228 ( TTr. 411 ). g s. do licc corad, BB 135a5 . drech curad / cuinsiu chórad, LU 8612 . d s. don choraid curata, TTebe 1286 . n p. na tri córaid, LU 1603 . a p. fors-na coradu, PH 4306 . córadu, 4214 . is cían taidbsiu a córad, LL 2161 . d p. do choradaib, Rawl. 75b40 . cona chóiredaib calma, Caithr. Thoirdh. 136.24 .

In follg. in pejorative sense: in chóraid lasrorta (coraith etc. v.l.) `the sinners . . . by whom they have been slain', Fél. Prol. 65 . fri tabairt corad ┐ eccraibdech . . . documm n-rise ┐ cretim `sinful', Trip. 482.27 . a choraid is mesa do doinib domain, PH 6643 . cona ro aitreabdaiss coraidh náit meic mallachtan innti, Lism. L. 2201 .

Compd. corathgen, Triads 148 v.l.

crái(d)te

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part. of cráidid. vexed, perplexed, tormented : mo chreach chráite . . . ! Celtica i 93.167 . a mbeóil chráite, Measgra D. 16.46 . as cráidhte an damaint, Párl. na mB. 1484 .

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