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airleng

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airleng or dil.ie/2202

n (cf. lingid) hurdle, barrier. In technical legal sense bar to an action at law, `a delict which first must be atoned for before one obtains justice', Hessen Lex. atáit secht nairlenga ar iadadh dlighidh la féine .i. atáit secht nuasal-linged ar bélaibh neich co na roich tobach ruc .i. ó rucadh atá éric a inndlighidh; no amhail firlinges a.¤ for cro na muice, uair a.¤ ainm do cleith craí na muice. Is amlaidh sin fírlinges in tinndligthech forin ae, forin caingin, O'D. 1701 (H. 2.12, no. 8 p. 2) = atait secht n-airlenga ariadhat dlighedh etc., 685 ( H 3.17, c. 502 ) = aurleng .i. ainm cléith crai muice, ut est, atatt secht nairlenga ariadhat dliged .i. atatt a sechta uasal-lingitt ar beolaib neich cona roich tobach secha, O'Dav. 125 . In general sense: a n-imdín ar na hairlengaib ármuigi sudden attacks(?), MR 316.20 (`hidden dangers').

ar-íada

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ar-íada or dil.ie/4159

Forms: airíadad, airíadta

v (*air-íad-) excludes: atatt .vii. n-airlenga ariadhat dliged which debar an action at law, O'Dav. 125 . Vn. airíadad. Part. airíadta.

dligthech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dligthech or dil.ie/17039

adj o,ā (dliged). Used in O.Ir. glosses in sense accordant with reason or rule (Lat. rationabilis): chech irnigde dongneid . . . bed dlichtech gl. rationabile sit obsequium vestrum, Wb. 5c20 . is dligthigiu a cumscugud quam a feidligud more in accordance with rule, gl. rationabilius (in Lat. context ratione is oppd. to errore), Sg. 22b12 .

Hence

(a) regular, accordant with rule, right, lawful, law-abiding (see Críth G. p. 84 ): do ais lanamnassa dligthig to folk lawfully married, Thes. ii 255.11 . cétmuinter d.¤ , Críth G. 347 . doa macc d.¤ , 482 . batur in lanamhain sin i coibligi dlighthig, Lat. Lives 101 . ben dligetech a lawful wife, O'Gr. Cat. 81.15 (legal) (cf. dligedach). cen baithus nd.¤ , Ériu i 218 . brethemnus dligthach, PH 826 . cuir dligth[e]cha . . . cuir indligthecha lawful contracts, Laws i 52 n. 1 . ní d.¤ don aigne cin fis na n-earnuile so aige it is not lawful for the advocate not to know, ii 52 Comm. a ré dligt[h]igh in a lawful (regular) battlefield, iv 52 Comm. Tadg da dēnter dān bard nd.¤ (ndleteach, MS.: minchreach), ZCP viii 225 . aes in dāna dlighthig, Auraic. 2184 . dáil dlíghtheach Dé, Hy Fiach. 316 . is foe rogabsat muinter Ia in caisc ndligthig, Fél. 136 . i n-aghaidh a rígh dhligthigh féin, O'Gr. Cat. 583 . dedhe da cech cenel anmann indlighthech . . . do breith isin airc . . . ┐ treidhe d'anmandaibh dlighteacha unlawful (i.e. forbidden, unclean) animals . . . lawful (clean) animals, Leb. Gab.(i) 8 . ní nar dhlightheach do dhéanamh, Gen. xxxiv 7 . is urusa a aithne . . . nar dhlightheach anfhlaith do ghairm de, Keat. iii 4143 . dá creidi co díles dligtech, SG 19 . Thomas de Quino . . . deadhmaisdir canonta eirdersgnugad (leg. -tha?) an creidme co dlithech , Lib. Flav. i 37 ra 4 . Dim. (in poetry): as mé Suibhne . . . | nochan é mh'ainm dlightheachán, BS 80 . Compar. neach ba dlightacha dia gabail who could more lawfully distrain, Laws ii 50 Comm. dligtighe cath ina comruc a battle is more lawful (regular) than a fight, iii 300 . amhuil is dligthechu cumangatar in as close accordance with legal regulations as they can, 172 .

(b) rational, endowed with reason: ni ainm fuasnada doine . . . acht is ainm fuasnada nephdligthich ech (explaining irrationabiles motus), Ml. 16b12 . do spirut a hanmma dligthige, PH 4611 . do na beoaib ┐ do na dligtechaib (oppd. to: na marb-duile cen dliged cen tuicsi), 3368 . nā malartaid bar n-anmanda dligtheacha (= animas vestras rationabiles), ZCP xii 368 . don brig aicenta o tuirmedh ainim cach réd dligthigh every rational creature (?), Laws i 36 Comm. (in a passage where dlighed is equated with Lat. ratio).

(c) Of persons reasonable, just, righteous: nod-geilsigfe Crist eter dligthichu, ACC § 89 ( RC xx 268 ). masa sinde as ecorach . . . it Bragmanda a n-oenar atatt dligtecha isin doman the Brahmans are the only righteous people (the only people in the right?), Anecd. v 5 = adat dáine dligtechu, Alex. 922 . duine d.¤ dúr, ACL iii 307 §25 .

subáilc(h)e

Cite this: eDIL s.v. subáilc(h)e or dil.ie/39141

n f.Late form of súalaig, q.v.

(a) virtue (in moral sense): subhailce, Eg. Gl. 565 . óir foirbhtighit na subailce (soailce, saoilche, v.ll.) 'sna heslanaib, BNnÉ 219.14 . fa mhór a shubailcedha ┐ a naomthacht, SG 12.8 . ar dhiadhacht . . . ar stāt saoghalta co n-a uile subhāilcip archena cenmothā sin, Fl. Earls 186.2 . go mbeanann an diabhal gach subháilce . . . don anam, TSh. 1430 . na subháilce ┐ na soibhéasa, 1468 . treabh . . . branar samhraidh na subháilceadh, 6938 . ga mhéid subhailce ann?, Parrth. Anma 223.7 . na subáilce cairdionalta the cardinal virtues, 224.7 ( Luc. Fid. 143.5 ). na subailce diadha the theological virtues (i.e. faith, hope, charity), 223.11 ( Luc. Fid. 142.13 ). do na subháilcighibh bunadhusacha (cairdionálta), Donlevy 198.2 . an tshubhailce as úaisle (i.e. an grádh), Parrth. Anma 138.3 ( Luc. Fid. 84.8 ). maith do dhéunamh .i. na subhailce, 222.16 . atáid subháilcighe ag oibreabhadh ann, Matthew xiv 2 . Note also: ar son . . . combáidh | nach ceanglann subhailce sluagh | acht le gaol fola honourable behaviour, Keat. Poems 1330 .

(b) virtue, power, efficacy, property : ceiltior subháilce Séiréis the influence of Ceres (i.e. the planet) is nullified, L. Cl. A. B. 144.150 (on the death of a chief). atat mórán do tsubhailchib aile aici (of whitethorn used as an amulet), Maund. 15 . atátt subáilchi imdha aigci (of a tree), 55 . is do mh[oladh] subhailchi na hurnaighthi adubairt se so (i.e. petite et dabitur uobis), Smaointe B. Chr. 2178 . ardughadh i n-a shubhailchi fein by his own power (of the Ascension), 5854 . laipeōram . . . ar shupāilcib Loreta miracles, Fl. Earls 110.14 . ? Cf. do rēir mar thaispēnus Dia dia supāilcip dhó `as God in His goodness reveals it to him', 182.5 .

(c) Used vaguely in sense of joy, pleasure, happiness; honour, kindness , etc. (cf. subae): cantic na subhailce re n-abarthar Magnificat jucunditas et laus, Smaointe B. Chr. 419 . in tegh . . . i n-a nderna supāilque ┐ conuersāit re n-a desciblaib, Fl. Earls 152.14 . tabhairse cuidiughadh chum subháilce dhúinn help me to be merry, Maguires of F. 56.10 . inatt ína fuil cach uile shubháilchi ┐ cach uile thorad (of Paradise), Maund. 115 . comhscaoílter uile ordanāss in baile mar onórachus ┐ mar shupailcibh a ttoigeachtæ to honour and celebrate his arrival, Fl. Earls 40.24 . taissealbhuiss a shupailche co n-a dheig-inntinn dōip `he showed them kindness and sympathy', 40.25 . onōrachus ┐ supāilce mór, 100.19 . comhchruinniugadh ar in magh . . . go subāilcip ┐ go sollamantus adbal-mór `for a festival and great ceremony', 114.14 . a mac samhla sin d'onōir ┐ do supāilcibh, 188.29 . a idhbairt . . . n-a seruís ┐ i n-a subhāilcip `in her honour', 192.23 .

(d) Of a rank of angels: a uile aingil ┐ tsubhailchi (Virtutes), Smaointe B. Chr. 5613 .