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aineólas

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aineólas or dil.ie/1298

n (eólas) ignorance: ond aneolus gl. inscientia, Thes. ii 27.32 (BCr.). tabair dam dilgud hifus / dom' ainblib dom' aneolaus, SR 820 . co temel dorchaide a n-aneólais ┐ a n-anecnai, LU 2683 . is amluid sin ditneas dliged ┐ eolus an tsenchusa nech ar indlighedh ┐ ar aneolus cach caingne, Laws i 32.12 Comm. in ní bís i n-aneolas do dóinib `what is unknown to men', PH 7192 . a ttaep se[ac]hrāin ┐ aineōluis ignorance of the way, Fl. Earls 10.31 . aineōlus fairrgi, 24.24 . cuirfid neach for aineolus they will mislead one, RC xvii 133.8 (Tig.). do thabairt eolais do Thomas boi for aneolus, PH 6768 . in ar aineolus no ar merugadh tancubair? `is it in ignorance or error you have come?', Aen. 1570 .

dílgud

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dílgud or dil.ie/16416

Forms: dílgotho, dilgutha, dílgutha, dilgudo, dilguda, dílguda, dilguid, dilgeda, dilgadh

u, m. vn. of do-luigi. IGT Verbs § 83 . g s. dílgotho, dilgutha, Wb. 2c17 ; 14c19 . dílgutha, dilgudo, dilguda, Ml. 55d5 ; 32d15 ; 46b29 . dílguda usually in mid.Ir. but dilguid, PH 2323 . dilgeda, Laws v 386 (text).

(a) forgiveness, pardon, remission, forgiving . The person forgiven is regularly indicated by the prep. DO; the thing forgiven to the person is expressed in the O.Ir. glosses by gen., in M.Ir. also by the prepp. DO, I N-, TAR CEND; once in SR by dat. without prep. (1700). d.¤ pecctho, Wb. 5c8 . d.¤ do chách, 14d23 . cen d.¤ cech ancridi dognethe frib, 9c20 . rad dilgutha pecthe, 14c19 . dilgud a pecthe ndoib tri baithis, Tur. 45 . conairleci d.¤ ar pecthae ṅdún, Ml. 105c9 . ba chuimnech dilguda duinni fochosmailius dundrolgis don popul robo[i] in egept, 46b29 . postulo veniam a Deo .i. dotluchor dilgad o Dia, Corm. Y 20 (Anecd. iv). ni dlig demun dilgud, Laws i 8 . nech nad roich inní frisa mbi ferc do dilgad do-suidiu inna cridiu denad aithrigi du dia colleir he who cannot forgive in his heart him with whom he is angered let him repent earnestly to God, Ériu vii 170 . tria chai pectha co n-iris dilguda `of lamenting over sins, with faith in forgiveness', ib. co tardad Dia dilgud ṅglan | cennach ṅdibdud do Adam, SR 1647 . im dilgud dot immarbos, 1608 . gadatar Dia . . . | im dilgud d'Adaum hifus | dia gábud, dia immarbus, 1651 . dorigni Dia . . . | slandilgud cinad Adaim, 1654 . gadamar huili Dia ṅdil | im dilgud duib for cintaib, 1700 . dilgadh ┐ dilgend mo phecthadh, Otia ii 97 . gabsait buaid iar ṅd.¤ , Fél. Oct. 29 . gabam ar ferge firbruth | tabram dilgud diar naimdibh, ACL iii 321 . do chungid dilguda dia chintaib (Pref. to Celebra Iuda), Lib. Hymn. i 17 . causa quia voluit Deum laudare .i. do chuinchid dilguda dona tri cathaib doroine (pref. to Altus Pr.), 63 . cuinnig co Dia ndilgudach dilgud m'uilc, CF p. 88 ( GJ iv 56 ). ond úair gebas cach duine céill for dilgud dó aneich dogéna di ulc, RC vi 164 . im dála dilgotha, 165 . guid in Coimdid um dilgud duit dar cend t'imarbois, MacCarthy 64 . im d.¤ do thabairt duib da bar cintaib, 66 (cf. SR 1700 ). im dilgud do Adam ina imarbus, 64 . i ndilgud chinad ┐ targabal (in remissionem peccatorum, Matthew xxvi 28 ), PH 5055 . dilgud dam i cinaid cech ecora doronus, 2240 . tabair dilgud dam do mo peccthaib, 8057 . ó dígail co d.¤ , 3508 . i comartha dilguda, 3117 . a choland chruaid . . . a choimet na fergi, a dermat in dilghudai, 8241 . oc iarraid dilguid, 2323 . do Gilla Modubda dron | co darda Dia gach dilgadh, MacCarthy 436 (BB). aitchim díolghadh glé, Ó Bruad. ii 44 . nach tú fós do dhearlaic dhamh | dóchas díolgaidh am pheacadh, GJ iv 150 (transl. of Dies Irae, early 13th-cent. MS.). diolgadh .i. maitheamh, O'Cl. absolution (theol.): do admhaig a pecadha agus d'iarr maithmechas. tug Ciarán diolgadh dhi, SG 9 .

(b) remission, dispensation (of a penalty, debt, etc.): atcondaircsom ind figeill na nóine do d.¤ `he has seen the noon-day vigil excused', Mon. Tall. 135.5 (§ 22) . dilgud ina boraime remission of the tribute, AU 694 . Laws distinguish between dilgadh full remission (of fine) and timdibe curtailment, mitigation: isi in trocaire dilgadh no timdibe aneich dleghar ann, Laws iv 252 Comm. deithbir itir dilgadh ocus timdibe, ib. is rechtaid dilgeda ben cach briugad `the wife of each brewy may lawfully remit', Laws v 386 . ? Of the sruth do aill: is tualaing a forcetal conoisce gné naisneisin co ndilgudh im an aes mbecleighind `in mercy to the people of little learning', Laws iv 356 Comm.

? diolghadh ` payment, reward ', P. O'C.

Cf. dílogad.

1 gar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 gar or dil.ie/25369
Last Revised: 2019

adj I o,ā

(a) short (of time or space): gar cían biasa hifus , BDD 62 (Eg.). cian gar dorigéni gnimrada gaile, TBC-LL¹ 1967 . ib. p. 911 n. 3 . as gar go roisch 'obair (sic leg.), RC xii 66 § 31 . cidh cian, cidh gar ar dhá ré | nochan fhaicfem a ceile, BNnÉ 253.19 . fis gar brief knowledge, MacCarthy 316.9 . go gar iarsin shortly afterwards, ALC i 24.x . bláth dar ghar teacht 'na thoradh, Irish Texts ii 105.11 .

Compar. an uain bhus goire gabham, TSh. 1829.

(b) near (of place or time): a c(h)rannghal sa c(h)loch aolta | gar da chéile a ccomhaonta, Ériu v 60.121 . is gar dona drochghnimhuibh dighultas De, ITS xix 14.12 . is gar bas damh, ZCP vi 25.35 . rob gar leigheas dar leónadh, Studies 1921 74 § 8 . sínfead ris mo tháobh go gar, KMMisc. 350 § 6 . gar do chéad almost a hundred, Content. xiii § 25 . ní gar d'inghin Í Bhriain bean, IGT Decl. ex. 2077 . gar go bhfuil a oiread soin ... do Chonnachtaibh, Content. v § 151 . Of kinship: Mac S. ... gar é d'oireachus Eirionn `he was nearly related to the sovranty' ... BNnÉ 281.25 . an seiseadh glún achd giodh gar, IGT Introd. § 36 . do mháthair Dé is gar mo ghaol, Dán Dé ii 2 . ar chonnailbhe ná ar ghaol ghar, Content. ix 4.

Compar. dobert a longport ní bá goire biucc, AFM vi 2254.22 . an té fá goire céim next in rank, Keat. iii 1225 . As intens. prefix to (f)ocus near : bá garfocus dóibh é (sic leg.), CCath. 1776 . ó rangatar ... i ngarfoccus don chaislen, AFM vi 2016.7 .

(c) By extension easy, likely, pleasant, convenient: In gar leat sosceli do dénam ar F. ... Is gor ar C.C. would it suit thee ... ? Fél. 202.37 . aithescc fire nar gar liom ... that was not pleasing to me, BNnÉ 253.18 . in ba gaire gnim Cormaic ? would C's prowess be more likely [of success] ? RC xliii 78 § 79 . isé an arra is gaire les this is the compensation which he thinks most convenient, O'D. 1597 ( H 5.15, 10a ). ní gar not easy, not likely: ní gar dogebhthar an ingin, Ériu iii 164 § 20 . ní gar meas ar áirimh t'eoil `hard is moderation ...,' A. Ó Dálaigh xii 10 . muna lingthi dá lár féin ... níor ghar dhóibh toghail na Traoi (i.e. but for the enemy within her gates Troy were not likely to have been destroyed), TD 26.38 . ní gar nach diongnadh é féin d'inneall it is not likely that he would not, TSh. 2240 . gar ... ingar (amgar) easy ... difficult; pleasant ... unpleasant, etc.: roraid F. dobérad inni no iarfad, gemad gar ingar, ZCP i 459.1 . do thuilleamh tighe na glóire | is gar amhghar airdhe an chuirp, Dán Dé x 8 . guais damh mé do mhealladh | is gar é is is ingar, ib. viii 8 . fa gar agus fá hamhghar dó-san sin, it was both convenient to him and the reverse, Atlantis iv 158.17 .

Compds. ¤scél: bid garscel co feastar sin it will not be long till that be found out, IT iii 201 § 71 . ¤uar a short time: bid gar úar dosom ón, BDD 144 . gar úar gur ḟurmius a bruth, TBC-LL¹ 3517 . LU 3344 . is garuair co tainic ..., CCath. 2462 . roécc gar uair iarsin, AFM v 1712.12 . a ttuidhecht i ngaruair, Hugh Roe § 29 (16a) . See also garséclae, garsécle and garséle, garséghla.

II Subst. gen. used adverbially a short time, proximity; hence convenience : gar ré coscur écin, TBC-LL¹ 5228 . gar rena chésad, FA § 2 (LB). gar reimi sin, ACL iii 225.20 . gar d'aimsir iarum, PH 7199 . gar becc rīa n-espartain, MacCongl. 13 , 25 . romarbad gar bic iartain, AU ii 166.9 . an fuil sluaigh S. ar gar duin, RC xix 280.25 ( Fierabras § 209 ). i nghar do uisci near water, RC xxiv 375.11 . ni raibe uisge a ngar do, BCC § 86 . ag a raibhe dolás i ngar dhó, MS. Mat. 540.12 . na coin na gar is na gadhair, IGT Decl. ex. 1507 . bás atá im ghar, Keat. iii 985 . i ngar do leth na conaire nearly half way, AFM vi 1970.7 . v 1720 . ni táinic a lamh a ngar ina timcill his hand did not nearly reach round it, D IV 2, 44vb20 . focal sin 's a chiall na gar whose sense is not far to seek (i.e. that he who runs may read), Dánta Gr. 82.2 . ní gar díbh aon nidh ... do thabhairt chuige it is not fitting (?) for you, Oss. iii 112.17 (Tór. Dh.). Concrete for abstract a convenient thing (?): reidh ngair .i. cos escradh (a kenning) the smooth part of a convenient object (?), O'Gr. Cat. 91.5.