núaide, núide, nuíde

Cite this: eDIL s.v. núaide, núide, nuíde or dil.ie/33333

Forms: núide, nuaidi, nuie, núide, nuaide, nuidhe, nuíde, naoidhe, núide, nuaidi, núidi, nuighe

adj io, iā. (núe, núa+ suff. -de, Ped. ii 28 ) O.Ir. núide, a s f. nuaidi, Ml. 17b5 . Ped. ii 28 refers the form nuie, Wb. 4b29 , 7c7 , to this word. In later Mid.Ir. the de- velopment is twofold: (a) núide, nuaide: nuidhe (: glúine), IGT Dec. ex. 1233 ; (: rúine), 1264 . (b) nuíde > naoidhe (always disyll. in poetry).

In O.Ir. newish, rather new, novel: amal bid nuide, gl. velut novella [seditio], Ml. 18d5 . núide, Sg. 59b14 . a s f. nuaidi, gl. novellam, Ml. 17b5 . d s f. i comairbirt núidi in a new way of life, Wb. 3c16 . Late, recent: (superl.) cid as nuidem tucsat? what is the latest thing they have carried off? LL 252a13 ( TBFr. 388 ), cf. ZCP iv 45.16 .

In later Mid. and Mod.Ir. used indifferently with núa in various senses of that word:

(a) crann nuaidhe nem-arsaidh, BNnÉ 191.7 . dreachnuaidhe `fresh-faced', Content. xxix 33. Baile Lithbhir na learg núidhe `of the bright lawns', TD 11.40 (: uaidhe; naoidhe, nuaidhe v.l.). ár nuaidhe timcheal na Traoi fresh (renewed), 26.34 . dlighthe nuaidhe new laws, 30.7 . nós nuaidhe, A. Ó Dálaigh liii 16. maraidh si go nuaidhe aniogh `remains in freshness', TD 25.31 . tainic go nuaidhe an tan sin i nEirinn had recently come, ITS xvi 12.28 . go nuaidhe anew, again , Content. vi 268.

(b) fearann naíde nua-thoraid ` fresh ', Hy Fiach. 266.6 (: saíre). a bhen náoidhe young , Duan. Finn i 15.11 (: -maoile). a ghnúis naoidhe ` bright ', TD i 28 (: saoile). ar chloinn naoidhe Néill ` vigorous ', 3.48 . sliocht peinne caoile . . . naoidhe, Ériu v 62.8 . As subst. g p. mian na nuighe craving for novelties (change), 23 K 42, 166 z (symptom in illness). ? daur co ndla co núaidib Studi Celtici iv 252 .