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airbertach

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adj o, ā (airbert)

(a) practised, skilled, ingenious, accomplished: is a.¤ isind fiss nua (glossing airbertad naiss ), RC xxvi 52 n.4 . clanda airbertacha Iacob, BB 238b10 . don droing náir oirbheartaigh fhéil, DDána 117.11 . Of warriors expert, dexterous: fer ansergach . . . airctech, airbhertach (of Caesar), CCath. 350 . sluag a.¤ , MR 214.21 . na honchoin oirbertacha, SG 271.10 . lámh oirbheartach lé mbí ar mbágh, A. Ó Dálaigh xviii 4 . ionnsoighidh aindiúid a.¤ , Hugh Roe 298.1 (fo. 78a) . In bad sense: an demhon oirbhertach wily, BNnÉ 67 § 106 . As adv. ar caithim a aisi gu . . . aithesach oirbertach `profitably', AU iii 340.9 . As subst. oirbhertach an eccna uill (of St. Maedóc), BNnÉ 253 § 209 . As n.pr. a.¤ . . scailes sūithi, ZCP iii 23.11 .

(b) In sense derived from airbert biuth: a scela cain-airbertacha ar bith stories of their good mode of life, BB 497b33 (IT ii2 105.14). iasc a.¤ a mbith doib, 496a 31 (ib. 101.20 ). cat[h]lac[h] .i. catholicus gréc .i. uniuersalis a laitin .i. aen-a.¤ , H 3.18, p. 633 .

See also under airbert(n)ugud, airnbertach.

airbertad

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Last Revised: 2019

vn. of ar-berta (see airmert): huare nadrucsat diriug orcuin duid iarna erbertad 'because they did not succeed in the slaying of David after the preparation of it', Études Celt. xl 56 ( Ml. 23b5 ). immusbé fadéin . . . a.¤ naiss (Néde to Ferchertne) `an expression of new wisdom', RC xxvi 52 § 284 .

árosc

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Forms: arosc, -asc, -usc, -uusc, air(r)iusc

n o (ad + rosc. See GOI § 104 ). Treated as n. in arosc mbreithre, Lism. L. 4083 . Also -asc, -usc, -uusc, air(r)iusc.

Saying, maxim: ba á.¤ insin la aithrea gl. de institutione patria possuit, Ml. 136a5 . amal as narasc gl. ut dicitur, 55a13 . airesg .i. radh, O'Curry 971 (H 3.18, 416). indrosc .i. ind-āroscc .i. ārosc dā ind brēithre, Corm. Y 747 . conid desin is árasc `Cosmail Mael do Kaplait', Trip.² 1162 . conid di hén is árasc la G. `cotlu[d] Faillén i nDún Náiss', 2176 . ároisc roscada . . . / 's tecusca fíra Fithail, Metr. Dinds. iii 20.241 . nārbat soithiuch senáruscc (of a poet), ZCP iv 238 § 5 . ba cend náruisc for bith ché (of a holy man), LL 359 marg. inf. tria cháoinbhríathraibh ┐ milisárusccaibh, Hugh Roe 296.7 (fo. 77b) . Proverb: ro dearbhadh an dearbharuscc . . . .i. beodha gach brathair fri aroile, AFM v 1768.4 . In phrase á.¤ ré(i)re see 1 ríar (a). In chevilles: ārusc ndēte, ACL iii 295 § 26 `moral saying', RC li 301 § 1 . arusc fenech, Snedg. u. Mac R 10 § 15 .

? aruusc n-arrligh .i. muin duine. Uad-side for a fidh comainmnig[th]ech, Auraic. 5639 .

In Laws stipulation; condition, reservation: toing do Dia . . . cen acht, cen arusc . . . cen dichell, O'Curry 64 (H 3.18, 23a) (`without any reservation', Plummer MS notes); [cin] airesc . . . cin dichell, 60 (ib. 21b). ni foglean fonaidm fri hinndliged n-aruisc, O'Curry 2585 ( Eg. 88, 49(50)c ) `one is not bound by an illegal stipulation(?)', Plummer MS notes. tre caindliged araise ┐ achtaighthi, O'Curry 2465 ( Eg. 88, 37(38)d ). ni do ratar fri acht ┐ airesc, Laws ii 342.22 Comm. cen acht cen airiusc do biud ┐ ētuch without any condition or stipulation regarding, ZCP xv 321 § 14 .

In phrase ardu (airde) á.¤ : asbert Morann fri Neri: ardu arusc asbér frit. Treba Bresail ní mo bera arraith, Ériu xi 43.29 `a high (universal) saying', 52 n.1 . gach taurbaid tecmaic dligid [a] tasc munub airdi airesc .i. munab ard hé re hindisin, O'Curry 738 (H 3.18, 353b) .i. madh doig a fhis ac cách, O'D. 944 (H 3.17, c. 661). ni fil folta . . . le na turbaid, acht airdi arusc, O'Curry 1269 (H 3.18, 515) .i. acht iní is ard re innisin, b[ás] in ri, no slog hi tir no ass . . ., ib. is for teist bus airde arusc .i. for an teist is ard re harusc .i. in mach teist, 2582 ( Eg. 88, 49(50)b ). Cf. ní cria di secht mbáethaib file la Féne . . . di ardd (aird v.l.), di arusc (airriusc v.l.), Tec. Corm. § 19.9 .

1 as

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Forms: asa, assa

n o, n. Later m. g s. asa, TD 1.54 , Laws v 484.20 Comm. assa, Acall. 4761 v.l. milk: ailmis .i. as `lac', Goid. 76 § 90 (Dúil Laithne). a.¤ .i. bainne, O'Cl. P. O'C. ní hed mo ass, ZCP viii 310.14 ( Laud 610 fo. 99a ). ass n-uanfadach do buaibh bendacha, Leb. Gab.(i) 32.5 . laith find . . . .i. as na mbo, Laws i 66.3 Comm. in domnachaib . . . degass (.i. loim), LU 1856 . ass ┐ grús, Críth G. 27 . bíathad deise . . . di a.¤ ┐ grús, 115 . ian óil aiss trib asaib—óchtar ┐ lemlacht ┐ draumce, 75 `a vessel holding an `ól' measure of milk with three kinds of milk', p. 27 . dí laulgaich deec ó mmeltar ól n-aiss, TBFr. 180 . doomlacht . . . ol naiss caich mbleguin, AU i 188.8 . bochtan ais maith `a ``bochtan'' of good milk', Mon. Tall. 155.z (§ 68) . ass a mmathar atib, LL 285b31 . ni tucad do acht ass ┐ arán, 200a32 . cid ma ndenai-si . . . in tass do chomraind, 271a17 . uiscce iarna claochmodh i n-ass, BNnÉ 297 § 33 . immat buar terc ass, SG 80.9 . d'ass chōerach, MacCongl. 33.z . ros-biath d'a.¤ ┐ d'fírleamhnacht, Acall. 829 . ēta duit cēt ferb re ha.¤ (fria hais, fri hais v.ll.), ML² 1997 . damna loinida .i. crosan in asa `the cross-stick for churning the milk', Laws v 484.20 Comm. ba hass for sechid `milk on a hide' (in a list of foolish things), MacCongl. 73.19 . ? ar assaib rigthier `for delights (in heaven) he is crowned', ACC 70 ( RC xx 262 ) (cf. 1 ás, áis ?). In n. loc. Loch in Ais .i. Loch Leamhnachta, Lism. L. 1687 . dar ler Locha Ais, MacCongl. 39.25 .

dairbre

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Forms: dairbhre, dairire

n o; gender undetermined; collective meaning (II) points to neuter. Hogan's exx. CRR p. 193 insufficient.

I An oak, oakling (the passage CRR 37 does not establish a meaning oak-branches ). dairbhre .i. dair O'Cl. colpach ina mórgabla nó ina dairbri bega dairt ina craebaib, Laws iv 148. 24 . dodechaid sídi gaithi...coro sétea ammíasa uadib amal dulli darbri, TFerbe 92 (= LL 254 a 3 ). crothais dóib dairbre ndall, LL 114 a 41 (= ScM. 21 , 30 ). dorochair in d.¤ dess (= dair Mugna in the preceding line), ib. 200 a 25 . gárid in trét fo dairbri dairmessa, ib. 144 b 2 . imda dairbre ardmessa, Reeves Ad. 286 . in dairbri forsa ndesid in tén, Todd Nenn. 216 . robenatar dairbre glasdarach illáim cech fir...┐ tuargabtar ria naiss na glasgésceda darach sain, CRR 37 . in dairbre fora ndessitar robai for crith cona ḟremaib a talmain, Tig. 1054 . édiud dairbri Breici dia brut, Leb. Cert. 4. 26 . dḟácbáil a bruit ac Bearnos im dairbri mBreici mbuadhach, ib. 18. 15 . fa lomlan dainglibh uile cech duille im dairbribh Doire, Reeves Ad. 288. 20 . fuaim doininni fa dairbre, Anecd. ii 24. 7 . fo d.¤ nduillech, Acall. 1590 . Druim Lethet co llínmaire: dercain donna ara dairbhre (prob. plur.), Anecd. ii 24 , 14 . dos dairpri rúaidh, B IV 2, 134 b = Fianaig. 14. 14 .

II A grove of oak-trees, an oak-wood , in place-names. rí Dairbre, LL 127 b 50 = MacCarthy 164. 11 . do righ Dairbhri in daighsleibhi, Leb. Cert. 74. 14 . do bhrú Dairbhri Ó Duibhni, ib. 46. 10 . Oilén Dairbri Valentia Island Cóir Anm. 32 . Cf. Hog. Onom. 326 . Leb. Cert. p. 47 n. , 49 n.

MOD. dairbhre, dairire, in place-names.

1 noes, naes, noís

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Last Revised: 2013

Forms: naesa

n legal science, law, custom, ordinance, new rule? a term used in legal tracts, where it is generally expld. as nua-fis `new know- ledge'; perh. a compd. of fis(s). noes .i. nó-ḟiss .i. fis nonba[i]r, Corm. p. 31 = nos .i. nóe-fis, Corm. Y 970 (the explanation refers to the nine men engaged in revising the Senchus Mór, see Laws i 16 ); perh. meant for nós custom . Used to denote the Senchus Mór: i nóus .i. isin sencus, H 4.22 p. 33 (O’C 2009) , Stud. Celt. x/xi 22 n. 4 . g s. fiadnaisi naesa nai `the testimony of the New Law' (? the law of nine), Laws i 10.21 . pl. imdingaib naidm noesa .i. ma trebar an naidm nascar, ni reagar noes lais, H 3.18 p. 383b ( O'Curry 842 ) = imdingaib naidm naesaib (.i. is eim dingbaither do reir nua-feasa), Laws iv 70.4 , 16 ; transl. `the new custom avoids security' (i.e. a good bond does not require sanctions?). filus naosa neimnecha nā tabrat toradh, H 3.17 c. 443 ( O'D. 576 ). ? ni seġaid noisi dibad fo iatha a n-orba .i. ni edh fastaighther do reir no-fesa, Eg. 88 f. 22c ( O'Curry 2300 ). laighidh ail for naesaib, Laws iii 220.21 ; 226.21 (legal maxim; `a rock lies on customs', Atk. Gloss.) = laighidh ail for naisib .i. laighidh ail in tSenchusa forna nua-fesaib forna saobhroscadhaib, H 3.17 c. 433 ( O'D. 538 ). cen naidm naesaib (.i. cin naidm . . . do reir nua-feasa), Laws iv 88.1 , 14 . a nnoisib tuath `customs of the laity', i 208.3 . costad for noisip (sign of a degenerate age), ZCP ix 168.20 .

Cf. further: nert cach naosad nemed, Nero A vii f. 143b ( O'D. 2207 ). erraind nais `a share of new wisdom', RC xxvi 24 § 80 . airbertad naiss `an expression of new wisdom', 52 § 284 (glossed .i. is airbertach isind ḟiss nua). ? for fidrad n-ais, 28 § 111 (naes v.l.; leg. nais?).