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aidgell

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aidgell or dil.ie/873
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Forms: aidcell, adgall

n o Also aidcell, adgall. act of damaging, injuring; damage, injury, hurt: tussu 'ca adgell ┐ 'ca admilliud, MU² 177 . in Morrighu iga adhgall ┐ aga adhmilliudh, TBC-LL¹ p. 319 n. 8 . fillead catha ┐ adgall ardratha, Leb. Cert. 10.6 . ad-beirdis foirenn dib conadh aidhghell aimsighthi rohimred fair, Grail 3811 . gach olc da tuirmim / ba dóib bus aidhgeall `to them it shall be destruction', Fianaig. 82.8 . gebis galur David . . . tria béimm súla ┐ tria aidcell anḟoill, LB 129a14 . adhgall ┐ easlainte (Life of Cuimine Fota c.l, cited from Plummer MS. notes). do bīthin adhgaill ┐ urchōide, Fl. Earls 52.19 . Attrib. g s. ina harracht aidhgill `phantom of destruction', Fianaig. 66.4 . na dá n-ugh n-urchoidech . . . n-aidgill, MR 110.4 . in úir . . . aidgill, 168.1 . amati adgaill, Cog. 174.10 . aidcleadh .i. aidhceall no urchóid, O'Cl. (see aidcgled). See also éccell.

imscothad

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vn. of imscothaid. the act of stripping, peeling, hewing, lopping: roga duit ... a n-imtheclamad no a n-i.¤ (of shafts for a chariot), TBC-LL¹ 1407. forrópart Cuchulaind for a n-i.¤ ┐ nos tairṅged tria ladraib a choss, 1408 . in ba teclaim na fertus dogēna fa [a] n-i.¤ bid a n-imscathad, ol C., TBC-I¹ 783. barróisc Cuchulaind in claidiub assa intiuch Bhodbha d'i.¤ na n-arm ┐ d'immetrommugud in scéith fair, TBC-LL¹ 2955. gebid ic i.¤ tossaig na tren-ḟer, LL 238a48 . gabhait ic i.¤ a lamh díbh dá claidhmibh cor[o] lensat a nglacca i mburd na luingi, CCath. 2121. bili giuis arna imscathadh `stem of a fir tree stripped of its branches,' Aen. 173.

Fig. imscothud n-insci `(lit. stripping speech) removing nodosities from his composition' (glossed .i. [is] séim scoithes a indsci cona bit faidb furri), RC xxvi 22 § 64 and n. 0

? Name of some kind of literary composition or ornament: Briatharchath Goburchind, Glanindtlecht n-Etaine, Imscothadh Cuimine , Anecd. ii 53.9 .

? macthigern

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n (2 mac(c) + tigern) high-king, overlord (corresponding to Welsh mechdeyrn, Byrne, Ériu xxxi 118 ). ba macthigern Mo Chummi, Ériu xxxi 115-16 . But Mac Eoin reads: ba mac tigeirn Cuimine ' Cuimine was the son of a prince' Ériu xxviii 30-31 . Cf. tigern.

marbnad

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Forms: marbna, marbnadh, -nath, -nad, -nat, marbhnuidh, -naith, -nuid, -nuit, marbhna

n ā, f., (marb + nath), later marbna. marbnadh, -nath, -nad, -nat, IGT Dec. § 12.20 . marbhnuidh, -naith, -nuid, -nuit, § 13.5 . marbhna, § 3 . An elegy, a threnody: ro chan in m.¤ -sa ic sádud na cloiche fil for a lige, LL 44b43 . dorinne in marbnadh so, TBC-LL¹ 4460 St. mac ind Fháthlega dia ndernad in marbnaid erdraicc, MacCongl. 91.26 . hi marbhnaidh Cuimine Fotæ, Corm. Y 673. ar airmidin molta ┐ marbnaide [marbnada LB] Senáin, ZCP iii 225.2 . ag denum a marbhnaide, AU iii 310.9 . adubairt B. an marbhna bhecc so, Cog. 88.17 . adubhairt an file an mhairbhne a bháis, Maguires of F. § 99. gebhad marbhnaei, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 410.9 . Common as title in bardic poetry.