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énirt, énairt, inirt

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Forms: ænirt, énairt, inirt, inirtsi

adj i (nert) without strength, weak: ænirt á corp úile (gl. infirmi) Wb. 11d10 . énirt a cocubussom 10c3 . ba hénirt ar cumang weak was our power Fél. Ep. 9 . ní tabarthi dímess for nach n-énirt any feeble person Wb. 6c19 . don bráthir ǽnirt, 10c2 . énairt (gl. eneruus) Sg. 221b2 . ciarb énairt nírb amlabur , Metr. Dinds. iv 150.2 . rochualai...in labra n-enert n-atruag, Aen. 74 . ba hudmall enirt an dercoth sin unsteady and feeble was that gaze Aisl. Tond. 95.22 ( = doba lag luath, 122.25 ). ní hénairt immar doringned | ruc héraic a ingen ass not weakly was it done LL 296a15 . fri biathad anbfann ┐ enert the infirm and weak BNnÉ 207.23 : 273.26 . énirt cach n-écond, ACL iii 228.85 . With abstr. sense: esbaidh cach enirt absence of every weakness TBC-LL¹ 5506 St. With co: ro tuit co héneirt ar lár, YBL 316a4 = RC xxiii 412.12 . ro céimnigh...co henirt inn, Aisl. Tond. 94.7 . co hanband enirt, TTebe 3394 . 2398 . Compar.: ce ruptar enartu though they were weaker Ml. 49a17 . inirt: issim inirtsi , Do chuphur 224 ( IT iii 242 ).