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adamrae

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(amrae)

I adj io, iā very wonderful: Isāc in macc a.¤ Thes. ii 300.7 ( Hy. i ). airdirc a ainm a.¤ , 322.5 (Hy. ii). It adamrai uili / na fertae adfíadam, Fél. Ep. 213 . már . . . do airfitib adamraib, IT i 310.6 . canait ceol n-adamra, LU 1978 ( FA § 5 ). flaith adamra, 1983 (ib.). adamra .i. ab admiratione .i. ōn ingantos, Corm. Y 22 .

II n As subst. io, n. wonder, marvel, miracle: trissa na.¤ sin `through that marvel', Ml. 61a16 . lase . . . asnindidid a a.¤ `when ye declare His wonder', 115b11 . do fis ind adamri sin, 61a13 . tormach nadamri són `that is an increase of wonder', 97c2 . adamri gl. mira, 22b7 . di neuch durignisiu du adamru friu, 63c5 . ní donaib adamraib sin, 60b6 . andorigni Dia . . . / do fertaib do adamraib, SR 5114 . di adamraib set of wonderful treasures, Laws v 406.21 .

amar

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n ? Orig n. Later m. See Vendr. Lex.

(a) singing, song: bindithir teta mendcrot i llamaibh suadh ica siorsenm guth ┐ a.¤ in dara fir, TBC 5461 (St.). ba binnithir téta mendcrott guth ┐ amor cach duine inna flaith, LL 2342 ( SG ii 485.49 ). rocolatar ind fir ind a.¤ (a n-amhor v.l.) ina nói, ZCP iii 244.8 . bá hálaind . . . in t-énlorg ┐ in t-éna.¤ bói leu, LU 10572 . guth ┐ amhar cach duine, Cóir Anm. 247 . táilginn con- taghfat imme / bud binne canfat amhar (: fharrad), SG 148.16 . aupsaib ilib ollmarib .i. imat a.¤ na ésce a hollmurib ilib na héicsi, Anecd. v 23 n.11 . eacmaing F. dia tofund toaidh Gold forsin a.¤ ┐ consephaind Oséne mac F. dia timchar, ZCP viii 105.10 . amhar .i. ceol, O'Cl.

(b) wailing, moaning: nīmthairle éc nā amor / nīmthair mortlaid nā galar, Thes. ii 352.2 . eca a.¤ .i. amran .i. ach ┐ uce ar is e sen a.¤ ec[a], 20 . nimthairrle an galar / fili gusan a.¤ , Laud 615 p. 113 (cited Meyer Contribb.). co roíc cen anad / a a.¤ enech `healed his trouble and his honour' (of a druid healing a king's magic sickness), Met. Dinds. iv 214.64 . dearmaideadh aoíbh ream amhar, O'R. Poems 2852 . ? Cheville: díthre mo thúath truagannar (truagh namar, t. na maradh v.l.), Ériu v 210.59 . Cf. a.¤ ┐ amrath ab admiratione , O'Mulc. 41 .

? Compd.: a hua airimbhrocsalaigh amarmicanaigh aladliacanaigh, IT iii 98 § 160 ; 'of unregulated wailing ' EIS 149 § 40 .

Cf. amrath.

? 2 amrath

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n ` dirge, funeral elegy ', Meyer Contribb., but the word occurs only in etymol. glosses. Perh. simply a form of amra eulogy or same as 1 amrath: amrat[h] .i. nemrath . . . aliter bīt[h] amos .i. ōn am didiu is ondī is amos atā. Amrat[h] didiu éc-rat[h] .i. rat[h] īar n-ēgaib, Corm. Y 32 . ni dis- céoil glossed .i. amrat .i. ánum fil and óndí as ámus éc atá. a.¤ dī .i. ecrath ar is e Colum Cille ro rath anduas. aliter ecndairc rath ` i.e. the um which is there comes from `ámus éc' (death)', LU p. 19 n. c ( Arch. i 9 ). amhradh .i. marbh- cáoineadh, O'Cl. amar ┐ a.¤ ab admiratione , O'Mulc. 41 . amrad inso .i. amra in rad-sa, nó amra in rath, RC xx 414.6 .

ingantus

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Forms: iongantais, iongantus

[n u, m.] later o, m. (ingnad) g s. iongantais, L.Cl.A. Buidhe 155.49 . See IGT Decl. p. 88.1 .

wonder, astonishment ; strangeness, wonderfulness: adamra .i. ab admiratione .i. ōn ingantos, Corm. Y 22. is machtad ┐ iss i.¤ lim cia ticfad ..., TBC 812. ar i.¤ lee in bruitt aeoir gabus uimpe, PH 8159. ro gab i.¤ Mac an Daimh crét adu- bert an clérech, Im. Brain i 64.12 . ar chaine a dealbha ┐ ar i.¤ a ecoisce, BB 262a53 . ní hadhbhur iongantais dí | créd fá mbiadh iongnadh uimpe ?, L.Cl.A.Buidhe, 155.49 .

do-ní iongantas de is astonished at, marvels at: do-ním iongantas ... don oirnis do thogh Críost ré básughadh bháis na coire, TSh. 8471.

gaibid iongantas i wonders at, marvels at: ar ngabháil iongantais ann a fhreagarthuibh-sion, do thochdadar, Luke xx 26.

cuirid i n-iongantas professes astonishment at: cibé do chuirfeadh i n-iongantas na neithe-se nó ag a mbiadh dí- chreideamh orra, Keat. ii 6167. dá gcuireadh nech i n-ion- gantas orm `should charge it upon me as a strange thing,' i 90.22 . cuirid i n-iongantas cionnus budh fhéidir seanchus aon duine do bhreith go hÁdhamh, 90.45 .

Used as vn. : do rioth an pogal (leg. pobal) uile chuca ag iongantus , Acts iii 11 .