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Adamnán

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n. pr. m. (adomnae + án, Wortk. 131 ): Adomhnan mac Alddailedh, AU i 336 z . do A.¤ Íae, Fél. Sept. 23 . Cáin Adamnáin, name of a law-tract, see Cáin Ad. Fís Adomnán, LU 1938 . ro faillsiged . . . do A.¤ , 1962 . co harus Adomnain, Lec. 75va35 . Adamnan .i. homunculus .i. disbegad anma Adaim, Corm. Y 2 .

díspecad

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n o, m. Vn. of díspecai(gi)d.

(a) scorning, despising: ní hurusa a n[d]ispecad som, ar is ó Dia a n-eoladcairi, IT iii 23 . an mheid . . . doleigfedh so dhiobh le disbega who should omit (to honour the saints) through contempt, Luc. Fid. 219 . iomarcuidh dísbeaguidh much contempt, Esther i 18 .

(b) Gramm. diminutive: Adamnān .i. disbegad anma Adaim, Corm. Y 2 . artēne .i. cloichēne .i. ainm disbeca[i]d, 26 . dísbeagadh caol no leathan, gibé d' fheirinnsgne no do bhaininnsgne ó mbeantur é, IGT Introd. 27 . Esp. a diminutive in ¤ín as distinct from one in ¤án (bráthair dísbegaid) or in ¤óg (síur dísb.): áirnéis tsagsanach ceangailte i ndisbeagadh | don áirdréim chleachtar i gcanamhain Gaoidheilge (play on the name Caitlín = cattle+ ¤ín), Hackett xx 1 . siúr ┐ brathair disbeagaidh, IGT Introd. 24 , 27 . ar bráithribh ┐ ar ṡeathrachuibh dísbeaguidh, 2.31 .