Search Results

Your search returned 7 result(s).

2 airer

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 airer or dil.ie/1931

 

n o, [n.] See LEIA delight, satisfaction, pleasure: a a.¤ na sūl (Cú Culainn to Fer Diad), TBC-I¹ 2704 . a.¤ .i. lenmuin no sásadh, ut est a.¤ sula serc `love is the delight of the eye', O'Dav. 178 . altrum ar airiur `fosterage for affection', Laws ii 146.6 ; cf. in t-altrum seirce, O'D. 2241 ( Rawl. 506, 16d ). ar inn a.¤ ┐ ar inn altrom ra bertus-sa fort, TBC-LL¹ 2874 . rob tusa m'ordan, rob tusa m'a.¤ `my delight' (a prayer), Ériu ii 89 § 5 . in Comdiu bas chomlantius cecha airir, ┐ cecha hairfite, LU 2759 . oíbnius ┐ airera flatha nime, 2276 ( FA § 33 ). co haireru ┐ co haibnes flatha nemda, LB 145a54 . a.¤ cech uilc `pleasure in every evil thing' (offspring of avarice), Ériu vii 152.27 . airera in bid spiradaldai, LB 251b20 . a.¤ cech bīdh ┐ saine cacha lenda the best of, ZCP xi 61 § 5 . gurbo hé [Iósa] fa sāsadh ┐ airear dó ar fead na ttrí lá soin sustenance, ZCP v 496.2 . ni chaitheadh . . . biadha . . . acht . . . airera etroma , Lism. L. 2519 . airear .i. sásadh, .i. biadh, .i. áoibhinn, O'Cl.

?do aireur gl. ad . . . voluntatem, Wb. 30c1 (? leg. dia réir, Edd.). Cf. ar-fera

athlom

Cite this: eDIL s.v. athlom or dil.ie/4813

 

adj o, ā (*ath-lam, cf. adblam). Later athlam. quick, nimble, agile, eager: am ān am a.¤ athargaib, LU 10628 . mac mheic Domhnaill athlaimh Óig, DDána 91.38 . fer a.¤ , TTebe 2558 . a.¤ n-engnoma, 2512 . tré airechtu athluma `eager assemblies', Ériu iii 14 § 3 . buidhni ána athluma d'ainglib, IT i 174.17 . sluaig athlama, TTebe 4849 . athlumha i n-iomghuin (of weapons), BS 16 . atrachtatar eirge athlamh aeinfir they rose up quickly as one man, CCath. 4436 . Cf. ēirgid athlum aoinfir (sic leg.) do dénum a ndiaig Nuada[t] rise speedily to pursue N., ZCP xiii 205.1 . d'imlaid athlaim, MR 272.14 . urchar athlam, Stair Erc. 306 . robtur athlumha étroma a longa, CCath. 1974 . ba hathlam áine im úaga quick the driving at the funeral sport, Metr. Dinds. i 6.8 . is eicsiu athlam indlim, LL 5256 . eōlas athlam `ready guidance', ZCP iii 42.7 . cet tengad aig a.¤ , Cog. 50.15 . athlamh .i. ésgaidh, O'Cl. Compar. rind bas . . . athlaimi, LU 4840 (TBC). batir athlamiv na mná andáti na fir, TTr.² 1704 . With -de: athlaimite, TTr.² 332 . Adv. ro lingestair . . . go hurettrom athlamh, TBC-LL¹ 3891 . bualaid co ha.¤ ar n-ech, RC vii 300.151 . co hathlumh, Stair Erc. 1593 .

dosuiget

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dosuiget or dil.ie/18482

 

v d.¤ raetae etroma chucu (of magnetic stones), BB 493b4 ( IT ii2 98 ) = ṡuiges, Alex. 586 . See súigid.

étromm

Cite this: eDIL s.v. étromm or dil.ie/20924
Last Revised: 2019

 

adj o-ā (neg. of 3 trom)

(a) not heavy, light; airy, buoyant: cid etrum aicned ind reto dia tormastar a mét dogní trumai ndo, Ml. 20a19 . is étrum in digal, 126b6 . is étrom...mám in Choimded, Ériu i 197 § 14 . ·c· t· p· is airi asbertar étrumma [=leves] ┐ slemna huare nád techtad tinfeth, Sg. 10a8 . craisech...etrom, TBC-I¹ 2792 . gæ etromm TBC-LL¹ 5571 . (inar) étrom, TBC-I¹ 1871 . dena airc dhuit do crandaib edroma, BB 22a14 . folt n-etrom fluffy (?) hair TBC-LL¹ 5259 . amal eltain n-etruim n-aidherda, LB 227b48 . tabair séol étrom forsin carpat `give a light course to the chariot' [guide it gently? or equip it lightly (?)] MU 14.9 = LL 263b27 . robtur étroma a longa, CCath. 1974 . dochúatar a n-etromuib a n-étach ┐ a n-imthromaib a n-arm their light dresses and their heavy armature Fianaig. 78.3 . Hence of buoyant behaviour, lighthearted, cheerful; easy: ina suidhe co hionnḟuar étrom ærdha, Ériu v 76.35 . luid uaithi echtra n-étruimm a giddy venture Metr. Dinds. iii 206. 14 . Here probably: triar n-álaind n-étrom, MU 28 x = LL 266a29 . Of colour, delicate, light: fil i cechtar a da grúad | tibri derg...tibri gorm | tibri corcra dath n-étrom, IT i 221. 10 . Milit. light(-armed), mobile: dia namhsaibh ettroma, Hugh Roe 166.15 (f. 44b) . In gramm. consuine étrom is a consonant of the class comprising the single or lenited liquids and nasals and the lenited forms of the voiced stops: connsuine theanna ┐ édtroma, IGT Introd. § 23 . fuilngeann an connsuine bog connsuine chrúaidhe ┐ theanna ┐ édtroma mar áon ris do bharr san chomhardadh a mbí, IGT Introd. § 25 . nion éadrom, Celtica xxvii 60 § 7 . ruis éadrom, Celtica 60 § 9 .

(b) slight, trifling, unimportant: fingal etrom induthrachtach a slight wounding (?) TBC-I¹ 2795 . TBC-LL¹ 4299 . ce madh etrom anbfann a adbar though its subject was trivial CCath. 4498 . le lán duirn do dhán éadtrom, Content. xxv 6 . Compar. and superl.: condid étrummu dæ ón in bochtae ...tri frescissin messa firiein... doib, Ml. 90a11 . ni rolinges o tú beó | æin-leim badh hettromó `I have never leaped a single leap that was lighter' BS 44.4 . ó's é is éadtroma ré haistear do dhéanamh faoi the lightest to travel in (of a cloak) TSh. 6952 . madh iad bhus éadtruime coirthe whose guilt is lighter 6285 . is éttruime íad ná an díomhaóineas lighter than vanity Psalms lxii 9 .

ingabál

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ingabál or dil.ie/28608

 

Forms: ingabáil

n ā, f. vn. of in-gaib. Already in O.Ir. the a s. and d s. ingabáil is found for n s.

(a) act of rebuking, censuring, reproaching: ba uisse a ingabail `it was just to censure him,' Wb. 19a8 . no lochtaigtis ┐ nu pectaigtis ┐ aslentis a menma fadesin tri adéitched ┐ ingabail inna mbriathar ndiut nuradinse `through execration and reprehension ...,' Ml. 74c3 . is gnath do firianaib a n-ingabal ab hominibus gl. iusti ... arguntur, 54a10 . bith ingabál mundo `a perpetual reproach,' Thes. ii 1.9 (Acr.). ingab[á]il gl. captionem, i 714.14 . cen aisc ocus ingabáil (imgabail, v.l.) cen écnach nach bí, Ériu iii 104 § 40.

(b) act of avoiding, turning away from: rug-san tri trenreadga ... d'inggabail na hirgaile, LL 410a21 = d'imgabail, MR 234.16 . robtur athlumha étroma a longa ... ┐ ba sodhaing saighidh ┐ inggabháil (imgabail, v.l.) námhat [estib] `to approach and to avoid,' CCath. 1976. doba díchur flaithesa dō-san oirechas Ērenn d'inggabāil ... to lose the sovereignty, ML² 1423. an dīmus d'ingabāil, ZCP viii 215.21 . dar leosan do bhi iongabháil an chleasa sin fein ag Fior Dhiadh, x 276.14 . ga mbiadh acfaing a n-ingabala who could escape from them, Cog. 162 n. 2 . gan m'álghas d'iongabháil `not to give up my evil desire,' Dán Dé xxii 16. cóir an anóir d'iongabháil `I had better have declined honour,' Aithd. D. 6 § 16.

(c) act of being circumspect about, guarding ; circumspection: is ecin duin anois ar n-ingabail [go maith] `we must needs now be passing prudent,' RC xix 150.24 . mór iongabháil anma ríogh `much circumspection is due to the title of King,' TD 20 § 1. do thuicc sī saidhbhres d'ḟagāil | isi ar ainbḟes d'iongabhāil, ZCP xii 381 § 16. nír féadadh m'uaill d'iongabháil `I was unable to defend my honour,' Aithd. D. 33 § 1. é féin d'iongabháil ar na ceithre ceannaibh nathrach úd, TSh. 596. ionghabháil ` circumspection, prudence ; management, conduct ; shunning ,' O'R.

inmarda

Cite this: eDIL s.v. inmarda or dil.ie/28772

 

adj io, iā, (inmar) rich (of food), juicy: mo sháith do bíud olardai inmárdai, MacCongl. 29.23 . ni chaitheadh biadha inmarra acht luibhe ailghena ┐ airera etroma , Lism. L. 2519.

stiúrad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. stiúrad or dil.ie/38946

 

Forms: sdiúradh

u and o, m. vn. of 1 stiúraid. sdiúradh, IGT Verbs § 80 . act of steering, guiding, directing .

(a) Of boats: robtur . . . étroma a longa, ┐ bá soirbh a stiúradh, CCath. 1974 . do stiuradh luinge, 2035 . ac stiuradh na lunga sin, TTebe 2005 . nach tualang barc seolaid na sdiuraid for in muir sin, Marco P. 159 . long do sdiúradh gan sdiúir, IGT Verbs ex. 715 . ré stiúradh ar long, TSh. 2378 .

(b) Of armies, persons, states, etc.: T. . . . sdiurda slōig, ZCP iii 31.12 . stiuradh cuirp an chatha `command of the body of the battalion', Rel. Celt. ii 186.4 . ic stiurad ┐ ic follomnus in chinid sin, Cog. 56.21 . anbann treoir na mbándscal cen s.¤ fir, LB 141a40 . is do tucad stiurad . . . na n-anmand dochum parrthuis (St. Michael), PH 7163 . do stíuradh in righrechta `to guide the royal . . . right', CCath. 51 . os cend a stiúrtha ┐ a ffollamhnaighthe (of Ireland), AFM v 1664.19 . stiúradh an ard-phuirt oirdheirc (of Tara), Content. v 128 . Note also: ni bói nech ele oca stíurad acht cumachta Dia (a star), LB 139a30 .

(c) Of moral guidance: cat in stiurad nó in tinrum doberisi what advice dost thou give? Acall. 5278 . truagh a sdiuradh do theacht thríbh | beart Iubhal ar an Airdrígh `should be directed by you', Aithd. D. 78.32 . stiúradh a mheanman . . . do thabhairt do Chríost, TSh. 7979 . a sdiúradh go críosdamhuil `bring them up' (children), Donlevy 348.2 . cum na ndaine is ail leis . . . do stiurad cum creidmhe . . . De, Irish Texts v 2.23 . lucht stiurtha dlíghe Dhé no an tsaoghail, ZCP iv 398.14 . lucht sdiúrtha ar n-anmann (the clergy), Mac Aingil 416.6 .