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aprainn

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aprainn or dil.ie/3884

 

expld. by glossators as poverty; bad . Usually as interjection with prec. copula and follg. dep. clause alas that: ba abrain nachamgaibthersea taracenn `it is a grief that I am not taken', Trip. 150.6 = cid nachim gaibther-sa, Trip.² 2229 . apraind cen cath isind úair / do Medb co triun in tslúaig, LU 5784 (TBC). apraind ná bása for mo nirt deside, 6370 (ib.). appraind ┐ bithappraind nach hé C. fil it richt, 3353 ( SCC 14 ). appraind nacham ḟuilsea do nirt beith eturru dom choiss deside, LL 12117 (TBC). apraind a Léith Macha!, 14257 . ba hapraind nadáil cuardríg . . ., Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 8 § 12 . apprinn graece . . . .i. dommatu .i. is dometu na dernad, O'Mulc. 51 . `abrann' olc is dirsan ann, Metr. Gl. 17 § 44 . a.¤ .i. olc .i. truagh, O'Cl.

As subst. f.: is mór an a.¤ foropairt `the evil thou hast committed', Ériu ii 222.2 . anaid gal cāich dia ndēntar dīgabā(i)l aprainde diminution of wretchedness, Corm. Y 418 .