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1 áine

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Forms: Áne, nÁne

n [, f.] (án. See Vendr. Lex.)

(a) brightness, glow, radiance: áne thened, Thes. ii 355.26 . áne in teined, Ériu ii 134 § 114 . di etrachtu ┐ ane ┐ soilse a gnuisi, 142 § 152 .

(b) brilliance, wit: Aed oll fri andud nane `Aed great at kindling of brilliance', Thes. ii 295 § 1 . ar aíne a forcedail , Laws iv 356.4 . ar gaís ar á.¤ ar amainse ar chirt, LU 10299 . for mac n-á.¤ eras céille adnad fír, SG 253.28 . Perh. also: áne la dóer, ecna la dodelb, Triads 84 .i. saidhbrios (as if = anae) ag daor neimhnidh, p. 38 . aine .i. ái án no aoi án .i. ealadha mhaith no fios maith, O'Cl.

(c) splendour, glory, fame: arrochiúir a n-á.¤ `their splendour has perished', Fél. Prol. 67 . ar adbud ar áni atronnai . . . .i. ara ainmni ┐ ara áini . . . nó ar adbchlos ┐ ar áini, LU 1132 ( ACC 121 ). is mór a á.¤ in Chassan sin hi fertaib, Trip.² 830 . at banlendan . . . ar do á.¤ ┐ t'urdarcus, LU 8237 ( FB § 18 ). ba comadhais dó ar . . . á.¤ ┐ oitidh ┐ aerdarcus, Ériu xii 164.4 (TE2). ar ḟebas a ṅgascid, ar a n-ani, LL 217b49 ( TTr. 68 ). beandacht orda[i]n, beandacht ā.¤ foraib uili, ZCP viii 560.9 . In bad sense pomp, vainglory: cen úaill n-úabair, cen áni `without pomp', Ériu iii 96 § 4 . ní hane fodruair (.i. ni forbas fodera a denum), Fél. Ep. 97 . Cf. O'Dav. 73 . beauty: díar gáet Luchet co n-áni (: Dáiri), LU 3180 . ba bind mo chocert áni / eter andrib co n-álli, 1303 . a há.¤, a himdercadh, a gart `her beauty' (of Ireland), Ériu iv 146.11 . eagna, ōghdhacht is á.¤ , O'R. Poems 3179 . delight: a mo aine gl. o . . . meum sabium (leg. sauium), Sg. 204b2 . is adbar á.¤ do t'eascairdib `cause of delight', MR 294.8 . aine .i. áineas, O'Cl.

(d) play, sport, amusement: co facaid na cuiléna oc á.¤ , SG 254.15 . ferr lubair āine work is better than play, Anecd. iii 18.20 . airiasacht ar aíne fir anfine ac na bi uiriasacht fir cota . . . [.i.] dul do neoch ar ainechas fein `for his amusement . . . for sport', Laws iii 424.5 , 11 Comm. ; aine .i. aibnes (quoting prec. ex.), O'Dav. 108 (`delight, ut est, if there be a consent for pleasure'). ní bhfuaradar uadh á.¤ nó aoibhneas, ITS xxiv 18.18 .

Note also: iar n-áne iar n-imḟorráin contest, fight (?), LL 15943 (or to be referred to áin ?).

(e) swiftness: ara deni ┐ ara ani in charpait, LU 10179 . aine .i. lúas no déine, O'Cl.

Of one of the grades of bard: bard aine in tochtmhadh bard ┐ ni fil dan laisidhe, IT iii 5.10 v.l.

As n.pr. Áne, LL 3318 . See also O'Rahilly, EIHM p. 288 f. In n.loc. Belach nÁne , LU 5217 .

Cf. áinius.

ánrad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ánrad or dil.ie/3757
Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: anrada, anrai, ánradh, ánrath

n o, m. Note also g s. anrada, Laws v 112.28 Comm. and perh. n p. anrai, Celt. Rev. iv 206.13 . ánradh, ánrath m., IGT Decl. § 11 .

(a) poet of the second order, next in rank to an ollam (see Bürgschaft 14 ): ānrud nomen secundi gradus poetarum .i. srut[h] án in chāinmolta ūad ┐ sruth ina mmōine chuige tar a n-ēisi, Corm. Y 40 . anruth .i. sruth cain molta uadh ┐ sruth indbais do, Laws iv 358.21 Comm. rigbard ┐ anruth bairdne, IT iii 5.9 . seacht ngradha filedh: ollamh, anradh . . ., 112.14 . secht ngraid file .i. éces, ansruth, cli . . ., Laws iv 356.28 . anruth . . . ar cetharda asberar .i. ar aíne a forcedail etc., 4 Comm. fichi set do anrud ┐ biathad da fear dec, ┐ turtugud cuig la dec, v 68.17 . .xxx. i cléir cac olloman ┐ a xu. i cléir cach anraid., LU 302 . ní h-ármiter na fosceóil sin acht do chethri grádaib tantum .i. ollam ┐ anrath ┐ cli ┐ cano, LL 189b51 . adbretha anraidh, IT iii 31.20 . craeb airgdide uaso, uair issed no bíd uasna hanrothaib. Craeb óir . . . uasna ollamnaib, RC xxvi 10.z . do scoil ollaimh nó ánraith (:dánboith), IGT Decl. ex. 354 . Compd. ? ¤-bard: anruth bairdne (anradhbhard v.l.), IT iii 5 § 2 .

Of other professions: umaide ┐ cerda ┐ lega . . . nochanuil ni dia nansrothaib, O'Curry 323 ( H 3.18, 178a ) = da tanaisdibh, Laws v 94.y Comm. in tollam cruitiri ┐ timpanaidh ceithre bai a neineclann cechtarde dib ni fil ni dia nansrothaib acht screpall, O'Curry 324 (ib. 178b ).

(b) Name of noble next in rank to king (see Bürgschaft loc. cit.): cadeat tra imdegla fechemon ar nadmaim . . . ? Ata triar dod-n-eim la Féniu . . . .i. ansruth ┐ daul (= dál) ┐ a[e]nach. is é ansruth imid-ndich .i. ansruth a athir ┐ a tsenathir ┐ ansruth fadesin. ar ní ansruth cert oinfer hi si[n] the kind of a.¤ who protects him is one whose father and grandfather were a.¤ 's and who is himself an a.¤ , for a single man (one generation) is not a sufficient a.¤ for this purpose, Bürgschaft 13 § 45 . ansruth .i. fer imdith a mennut ┐ a crich an a.¤ is a person who defends his home and the territory of his people, Laws iv 348.20 Comm. ( Bürgschaft 14 ). anruth .i. ardnaiscidh, ni nascar fair, amail ro gab rig erenn, 358.19 Comm. (he binds but is not bound as is the case with the king of the Érainn, Thurn. Bürgschaft 14 ). airi fine [idna, ansruth], dae, 344.3 .

(c) hero, warrior, champion: bress Elggae, anblod ānruth, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 22 § 2 . anblod, anreth (.i. anruth), § 3. duthain cach ānroth, ACL iii 229.z . archu anrath (leg. ánruith), CIH iv 1390.24 . arcu ánrada, 1522.25 . ac marbad in arcon anraith, i 320.17 ( EIF 116 ). inanchinged .i. inanroith (g s.), Fél.² xlv gl. 25 . Ailech ágmar rogab ānrath airech Eōgan, Arch. Hib. ii 48 § 1 . la ánrathu, LL 31033 ( TTr. 214 ). eter erredaib ┐ ánrathaib, LU 10281 . ní rega . . . condit roib cáemtecht di ánrodaib Ulad, 4863 = ānrothaib, TBC-I¹ 375 ( TBC-LL¹ 879 ). re hucht na n-ánrath, Studies 1921, 419 § 12 . óig ┐ anraidh na h-Easpáine, ML 44.6 . damhsaibh ┐ danradhaibh, AFM vi 1876.13 . co ndruing do anradaibh ┐ maithibh oile amaille fris, ii 1026.10 . As n.pr. Ánruth Mór macc Amairgin, CRR 46 § 40 . See Jn. Celt. Stud. i 130 - 131 .

1 ilar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 ilar or dil.ie/27244

 

Forms: iolar, iolair, ilair

n o, n. later m.

(a) a multitude, an abundance, a multiplicity: ili ┐ ilar .i. ile graece .i. silua, quia innumerabilis est , O'Mulc. 709. iolar .i. iomad, O'Cl. tre i.¤ na ndáne i n-ilur na persan `through the multitude of the gifts in the multitude of the persons,' Wb. 22a11 . a n-i.¤ són gl. magnitudinem [aduersorum], Ml. 44d12 . condomthair i.¤ fochraice `abundance of reward,' Thes. ii 357.13 . ba suaichnid sech i.¤ mban, IT i 80.12 . Feidlimid co n-ilur thor, ScM. § 21.20 . co n-ilur a fertae (v.l. n-imbut), Fél. Sept. 7. Críst co n-ilur búade, May 3. ar aíne a forcedail ; ar i.¤ a cetfadha, Laws iv 356.5 Comm. ciarob iar n-i.¤ comleachta, v 448.3 . na fortéd eigin na i.¤ n-aé (sic leg.) `let not violence nor the many prevail,' iv 272.10 . a chathbarr ... co n-ilur cach datha, LU 6392. re hi.¤ a bidbad re himad a námat, 6281 . i.¤ mbriathar mbláith rot char, 3614 . la meit na pian ┐ lia n-i.¤ `through their multitude,' Ériu ii 134 § 111. imma ndessid i.¤ fert `around which many graves have settled,' Hail Brigit § 19. i.¤ mbiasta mbuan, SR 892. Egeipt co n-ilur clóine, 3954 . iolar sluagh, DDána 91 § 23. Folld. by g s. : do-chí uadha iolar slóigh, TD 22a § 30 . an seanḟocal .i. luighidh iolar ar uathadh, AFM vi 1940.x . pl. multitudes: fearr uathadh ... i bhfochair na fírinne | ionáid iolair na haghaidh, Content. viii 21.

Common in chevilles : i.¤ mín, IT i 80.22 . i.¤ mbla, SR 201. i.¤ túath, Hail Brigit § 10. iolar cneadh, Content. xxviii 17.

(b) In grammar, the plural number: hothad ut mei meus hi.¤ ut nostrum noster , Sg. 198a22 . i.¤ ar huathud són `plural for singular,' Ml. 145d5 . is ilar són hua cheill ciasu huathatae ho sun, 45b20 . Attrib. gen.: ainmnid ilair ` nominative plural ,' Sg. 211b8 . trissin n-airim n-ilair, Ml. 48c19 . in t-imcomairsnech ilair imorro, ataid tri fogla fair .i. cislir, ocus cisne, ocus caidead `the plural interrogative,' Laws v 4.31 Comm. ceudpersa ilair sumus, persa tanusa ilair estis , Auraic. 2675 - 6 . fir a selbad uathaid, na fer a ṡelbad ilair, Goid. 73.3 - 4 .

Compds. ¤chaín possessing many beauties or many excellences: delb hiruphin ... | dind ór hilarcháin, SR 4314. Ilar-chass npr. m., ZCP viii 217 § 10. ¤chinélach belonging to many races: um chlannuibh édchi iluirchinēlacha I., Cath MT 355.

sechmall

Cite this: eDIL s.v. sechmall or dil.ie/36769

 

Forms: sechmullad, sechmaill

n o, [n.?] later m. Later occas. sechmullad. vn. of sechmi-ella.

(a) lit. act of passing by, evading : attrib. gen. int ais sechmaill (pratereuntes), Ml. 102a15 . sligeda seachmaill seach na Greic (i.e. paths by which the Greeks might be avoided), TTebe 4648 . s.¤ ó act of avoiding, holding back from: is dolig nach mball isin churp . . . do s.¤ on phein . . . dliges, LU 2606 (H).

(b) fig. act of evading, neglecting, omitting; evasion, neglect, omission : huand s.¤ `by the neglect' (gl. intermisione), Ml. 70b3 . s.¤ dligid an evasion of the law, O'Curry 2561 ( Eg. 88, fo. 47 (48)b ). cumal . . . i s.¤ a mama crabaid ┐ ceileburtha, Laws v 124.20 Comm . eiric i s.¤ na athgabhala do breith i n-airlisi airech `for neglecting to bring', i 96.11 Comm . cuic seoit dinbleoguin i sechmullad cach nech dibh, ii 14.10 Comm . s.¤ a lessa ar cech ló, Fél.² cxvii 17 = Irish Texts iv 87 § 2 . in coilech-sa in césta do s.¤ to avoid this chalice of the passion, PH 3059 . logthar . . . cech s.¤ uird ┐ oifrind ┐ aine, LB 187a11 . olc dona sagartaib, | sechmullad forcedail , ZCP viii 209.25 . na sé Soghain ná seachnam, | a ríogha gan roisheachmall, Top. Poems² 810 . do-níd na hoighreadha . . . seachmall i bhfurtacht do thabhairt dá n-anmannaibh, TSh. 4605 . an tí do-ní faill nó seachmall . . . na shláinte, 1685 . seachmall .i. dearmad, O'Cl. Attrib. gen.: fiche cath . . . | ni saobh sechmaill, | do bhris Maol fial finnṠeachlainn, Irish Texts iv 30 § 5 (cheville). sins of omission, shortcomings : caoin do sheachmaill, TSh. 6872 (negligentias tuas plange). With follg. AR (FOR) evading : anas messu d'inchaib ríg: | s.¤ (sechmell, v.l. LL) ar (for, v.l.) fír, fuilled gua, Ériu ix 46 § 8 .

(c) as grammatical term, the case governed by prep. sech, `neglective case' (Auraic. Gl.): sech fer a s.¤, o fhir a foxaul, Auraic. 1521 . sech fer a sh.¤ uathaid, sech feraib (no sech firu) a seachmall ilair, 1778 .