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anacair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. anacair or dil.ie/3248

 

n ( an + socair(?). an + accor, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 481 ) unevenness, roughness (of ground): buailfid fá a.¤ éigin, fá chuas nó fá charruig, Mac Aingil 4663 . a.¤ ┐ docomal in tslēibhi, Fl. Earls 88.z . Hence difficulty, trouble, discomfort: an tan do biodh a.¤ orra, Psalms cvi 44 . a bhfoil d'anacraibh oram, TD 42.1 . tiucfuidh a a.¤ go hobann `shall his calamity come suddenly', Proverbs vi 15 . anacar a toirrchis . . . d'iomchar go foighideach, Donlevy 348.21 . a n-a.¤ croidhe ┐ bróin, Iar Conn. 292.29 . See Éigse ix 271 .

Cf. anṡocair.