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áirmidi

Cite this: eDIL s.v. áirmidi or dil.ie/2269

 

vbl. of necess. of ad-rími: ni aírmithi arní `is not to be counted as anything', Wb. 8c13 . ní armide ar laechdacht duitsiu comrac frimsa it is not to be reckoned as bravery on your part, LL 14137 . ni háirmithe ar cródacht, PH 4213 . is airmide iar fhír eter desciplu Crist they are rightly to be numbered among, 6858 .

cumrae

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Forms: cubrae

adj io, iā. Also cubrae. craobh chomra, LL 394.30 . fragrant, sweet-smelling; sweet . Of fruit, plants etc.: c.¤ a cocumere , O'Mulc. 259 . in aballgort chumrai, TFerbe 74 . fír-caindenn cumra, Ériu i 39 .x . in táirne cúmhra . . . ┐ in táirne fiadhain, O'D. 441 ( H 3.17, 339 ). arni cumræ, Vita Br. 34 . a[i]rnedha cubra, ZCP v 22 § 16 . draigen cubra ` sweet-smelling ', Laws iv 150.11 Comm. an tslat chumhra . . . / is í as umhla dá hubhall, DDána 52.23 . is craeb chumra cona bláth (of God), LL 36776 . craebh c[h]ubhra, IGT Metr. Faults§ 70 . Other applications: tall 'na coblid chumra `fragrant banquet', Gorm. Apr. 21 . cumra a canad, Gorm. Oct. 18 . boladh cumhra, Ezekiel vi 13 . Adv. go cumhra cliste, Keat. Poems 284 . Compar. níor chubhartha . . . mac Dáibhí i gcéill / . . . ná an siollaire `not more fragrantly', O'Gr. Cat. 583.34 .

As subst. fragrance; fragrant plant : budiu na mess cumra a cúl, LL 37758 . cainenn, humus, cumrai `sweet fruit', BCrólige 49 . ubla . . . / do cubra innsi Áduim `fragrance', Ériu iv 114.4 . amal no beidis inceissi in betha, a cubra, ┐ a fína, Laud 610, 25b cited Plummer MS. notes. mar théid cumhra tar chrann fiadháin `fragrant flower', PBocht 4.23 . ? itir ith, ┐ blicht . . . ┐ roid ┐ cumrad (sic), Laws iv 276.8 Comm.

Compd. With noun: cnuas . . . crann gcumhraifhréamh. Aithd. D. 75.44 .