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ámaill(e)

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ámaill(e) or dil.ie/3059

Forms: ámhuill, á.

n ámhuill f., IGT Decl. § 13 . á.¤ , § 3 .

(a) playing, sporting: roscarsam friar n-amalla / aca mbimmís fri cach sel, LL 14516 ( Ériu v 211.88 ). barrthar bang chosnaimh ó cCuinn / an dol-sain ann ar amhuill `. . . has been checked from sporting there', Gleanings from Irish manuscripts 32 § 24 . cleachtaim ámhuill ar iul ndíomhaoin, DDána 33.1 . gan mharthain do mhac Áine / rug don éigse a hamáille `has robbed poetry of her gaiety', Studies 1924, 89 § 30 (As the rhyme shows this example belongs to amáille, ed.). diongnadh ná damhoill, L. Cl. A. B. 212.44 . ag ámhaill ┐ ag súgradh ria (a cat with a mouse), TSh. 2345 .

(b) In follg. perh. with implication of trickery, deceit: ? rufer āmaill im cech cāin / Alend `has made sport of every law', Hail Brigit 12 . na secht pecaidh mharbhtha-sa / nochan ḟanat dā n-ábhaill, ZCP xiii 10.4 . ní fuighthe t'fhine ar ámhuill `thy race was not to be lightly won', Aithd. D. 68.19 . cládh a ḟeadhma um ámhuillibh `there is victory over his effort in my schemes', Ériu ix 164 § 18 . beiridh gell ar úaim uirre / eng do ḟúaigh tre ámuille, IGT Decl. ex. 196 .

(c) Of the fingers: na dena amhailthi leat lámhaibh = nec . . . digitum extendas `practice no tricks with your hands', ITS xxix 138.20 . da bhfaictear an teaslán go hamhaillibh le na lamhuibh ar in bhfroighidh . . . signighidh bás clawing at the wall, 23 K 42, 166 a.18 .

(d) In general sense of behaviour, action(s), etc.: báthadh gráidh an ámhaill úd (: cámhaill) (of Cain's murder of Abel), DDána 31.10 . gabhaid sgela a bheatha ┐ a bhuan ámhaille `they enquire of his life and conversation', Carswell 43.14 . do chaitheamh ar mbeathadh anamhaillibh ┐ a dtreighibh diadha `in all godly conversation', 189.9 . neimhcindteacht angibluibh no na ngabhail, no anámhaille eile `dissolution in apparell, gesture, and other his doynges', 48.y . aithrechas . . . do dhenamh ar son ar naingidheachta ┐ ar námhailleadh neamhdhiadha at adhaighse `ungodly behaviour towards thee', 184.3 .

Note also: amald .i. a malitia , O'Mulc. 44 . bebais brónāmaill ṁbratha / mac móralaind Murchada, LL 15906 .

1 andach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 andach or dil.ie/3470

n o, n. badness, iniquity; `worthlessness', GOI p. 544 . The meaning ardor, furor , Ascoli xxxix may be based on O'Dav. 71 cited below. Cf. LEIA annach .i. an-dag non dagh [.i.] non bonum , Corm. Y 91 . annag .i. non bonum , O'Mulc. 47 . a.¤ .i. ferg, ut est: na mórsleibe annaig (= na mórṡlébe andaig, Fél. Prol. 237 ). Nó annach .i. olc, ut est arsceith scél a annaigh / demain dama[i]r indel (= la sceith scél a annaigh (annaich, andaich v.l.), Fél. Feb. 16 .i. a ulcu, Fél.² xlv gl. 16 (3) ), O'Dav. 71 . a.¤ .i. fearg a.¤ .i. olc. andagh .i. olc no peacadh, O'Cl. reil foram brethir on ána.¤ immerordaisset, Ml. 90d16 . artroidfeasiu inna drochdaini a dǽ diananduch airis fechtnach an a.¤ mani erthroitar hua dia gl. ligabis, si quidem est felix malitia , 134d3 . ind andaig comerchloithi .i. . . . mor á n-a.¤ durigensat fris gl. coactæ malitiæ , 80b4 . indandig, 31a15 . coig anmand cinath . . . conlat ar andug, O'Mulc. 456 . sóifid annach i corraib bachall .i. i n-aes graid, RC xxvi 40 § 216 ( LL 188b 58 ). ni raib miscais . . . nā ēilned nā annach, ZCP vi 259 § 6 . no-s-marbann ar an annach, PH 4203 . co Pelium cend annaig ┐ diumsa in domain, LL 224a4 ( TTr. 493 ). būi M. . . . fo mūr annaigh oirgce slūaig, ZCP x 46.17 . na hí bíte fri handgaibh, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. v (1919) 93 § 24 . As n. pr. a Andaigh, Annaig, ZCP vii 301 §§ 6 , 11 . g s. Annaig mic Duibinsi, 300.y .

? As adj.: main a.¤ cach uisce worthless produce of every water(?) (in a list of things which within limits are public property, e.g. wild garlic, dry sticks in a wood, etc.), Laws v 482.24 .

coímchloud

Cite this: eDIL s.v. coímchloud or dil.ie/10148
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: claechládh, claechlódh, claechlúdh

u and o, m. Vn. of con-imchloí. Very variable in form. claechládh claechlódh claechlúdh, IGT Verbs § 64 .

(a) act of changing, exchange; change, alternation : coimchloda gl. commotandi, Ml. 63d3 . coimchlud canone, 76d12 . cen choimchlod fuiri gl. fixam, 109d4 . in coimmchlóud son .i. cach la céin it masculina in cein n-aili it feminina, Sg. 62a4 . caomclód praindi `change . . . of diet', Mon. Tall. 152.25 . claemchlód magni, LU 5841 . claechlodh inntinne change of intention, Fier. 37 . brechtradu ┐ coemchlódu, Alex. 990 . claechlodh aisdi change of metre (within a quatrain), IGT Metr. Faults § 22 . gurab é ainm do bheir an Eaglas . . . ar an cclaochlódh-sa transubsttantiatio, Desid. 4978 . an claochlughadh do rinde D. `the changed attitude of D.', 3431 . uiscce iarna claochmodh i n-ass, BNnÉ 297 § 33 . ar na claochlúdh, AFM ii 1084.15 .

In unfavourable sense change for the worse, deterioration : atbath cen chloemchlód for dath, LL 14875 . claochlōd crotha for cenēlaib, ML² 1601 . dhulc an chlaochláidh do cinnedh (of a death), Gleanings from Irish manuscripts 19 § 34 . ionnus nach diongnadh an mhailís a thuigse do chlaochlódh = ne malitia mutaret intellectum eius, TSh. 5314 . Less freq. in favourable sense of conversion, act of reforming : mo bheatha do chlaochlo, Mac Aingil 1361 . a ttús caomhc[h]lóidh a mbethadh = Conuersion, RSClára 2a .

(b) Of exchange of objects between persons: dénum coémchlód dá gaisced, LU 6664 (TBC). ar cloechlód dorónsat, Fél. 244.37 . cæmc[h]lōd bachall dorōnsatt . . . Colmán E. ┐ Colmán mac L., BColm. 84.21 . Hence exchange, barter; act of exchanging, bartering : cundradh maille re claochmó sét, O'D. 575 ( H 3.17, 443 ). co clōemclōdaib sēd ō T. co C., Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 12 § 1 . amal carait coemcloide duit é ag denam do lesa `ein Austausch-Freund', Cóic Con. 54 § 121 . a cairde ┐ a choslointhe, Laws ii 380.14 with gloss cairde .i. claemcluma, 21 Comm. a dualgus chairdusa claechmoidhe `in right of mutual friend- ship', iii 144.12 Comm. cóemchlód fri drochḟerann `exchanging for bad land', Triads 72 . ? ocht cuirn chroma fri caemchlíd `for passing around', Leb. Cert.² 1319 (`for interchanging', Leb. Cert. 165.12 ). Hence return of goods that have been exchanged under contract; reversal of the contract: cach cunnrud do niat na meamuir i n-ecmuis na ceann, dia fuaitrighthur fo cetoir, is cloecmo dib co dechmuid `there shall be a mutual return within ten days', Laws ii 294.2 Comm. fri cura . . . .i. do claochló doib, no do innsaidh `to set them aside for them, or to enforce them', i 286.3 Comm.

(c) something different, the contrary (cf. malairt): a chlaochlo sin, Mac Aingil 1068 . ná creid a chlaochlo, 1090 .

(d) act of overthrowing : rí na gcurad do chlaochlód, SG 273.6 . ní fuil nech lenab étir a claechlod a cath, Fier. 8 . dochum na colla dho chlaochludh = for the destruction of the flesh, 1 Corinth. v 5 .