ailiff

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n ag teacht ar a.¤ aird aoibhinn fuil a leithimiol in pālāiss ` balcony ', Fl. Earls 172.23 (Fr. allée, Ed.).

ailig

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x see adlaic.

ailigid

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v (1 aile) changes: a.¤ gnei . . . anísiu `this (kind of preterite) changes the form', Sg. 166a2 .

ailigud

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vn. of ailigid. act of changing, alternating: Cf. oileachadh, IGT Verbs § 106 (244.5) hua a.¤ gl. alternatione, Ml. 114d7 . do a.¤ foguir fri alaile, Sg. 59a1 . i n-ailigthiu .i. is cotarsnae cech ae díb fri alaill gl. alternationes, Ml. 146a2 - 3 . inna ailichthiusa gl. has alternationes, 19b15 .

ailim

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x see alamu.

ailit

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x see elit.

ailitherdae

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adj io, iā (ailithir): trisna foirthiu ailitherdi (gl. pereg- rina per marmora) `through the foreign fords(?)', Tur. 65 .

ailithir

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Forms: ailithir[ge]nti

n (1 aile + tír? But see Ped. ii 44 )

(a) stranger, pilgrim: ind imthvarcain dogénat na ha.¤, in Persicda, TTr.² 908 . Mo Lúe a.¤ di Bretnaib a pilgrim, Trip.² 846 . ailither, 2677 . trócaire fri bochtu ┐ lobru ┐ ailithriu, Ériu ii 194 § 5 . cross Ḟergossa .i. naema.¤ , LL 3882 . díth ind ailithir o Roim, 1013 . M. alithir, FM i 472.1 . gach oilithir án, Ériu iv 238.1 . ria nailaichraib (sic), Laws iv 154.23 .i. res in lucht teit ina ailithri, 156.7 Comm. áes aithrige ascnamo sacarbaic a réir anmcharat co n-erroscaib crábaid (gl. .i. athlaich ┐ ailithrig) 'penitents attending the sacrifice under the direction of a confessor with pious sayings (i.e. ex-laymen and penitent spouses)' Ériu xl 8 .

?Compd. ailithir[ge]nti `foreign gentiles ', Wb. 7c12 . Cf. 1 aile compds. Cf. digrais .i. alathair .i. ergnaid, Fél.² cxiii 3(4) , gl. feil digrais dartinne, July 3 ; or̄ ar Bran nailither, Thes. ii 286.34 (inscr.).

(b) In the foll. perh. place of pilgrimage (heaven?): co tuca Dia dúinn dethbir / fa m-bia ar n-úid in oilithir, LB 230 marg. sup. dlegar dia macu . . . dul a næletir forpthi, Three Hom. 92.8 .

ailithre

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Forms: oilirthi, eilithre, oilrithi, oilithre, oirithli

n , f. (ailithir). Also oilirthi, eilithre, oilrithi. oilithre ( oirithli .l.) f., IGT Decl. § 3 . pilgrimage: in eilithri `in pilgrimage', Ml. 137b7 . d'adamraib set na-da-gaibet . . . a n-a.¤ , Laws v 406.22 . a.¤ ┐ ni do gres acht fri re mbec do pendait nama, i 196.6 Comm. ar lar Ia na a.¤ , Rawl. 163a23 . é ag triall oilithri do'n domhan mhór, Ériu i 98.3 . do lucht na hailitrí, Rosa Ang. 62.y . dorinde se oilirthi inmolta in domun (sic) co cathraigh Iarusalem, ZCP vi 85 § 37 . gleann na ndéar . . . is crádh liom m'oilithre ann, DDána 45.3 . téit (or other vb. of motion) IN-, DO, a.¤ goes on pilgrimage: ar digail tairmth- echta rechta Dæ luid in ailithri, Ml. 74b5 . fear ro scara frisin domun .i. teit i n-a.¤ , Laws v 234.z Comm. fir . . . consla i nailithri, i 298.20 Comm. dodeochad im ailithri, LU 1839 . dochóid dia ailithri do Róim, Ériu ii 202 § 20 . tánic dia ailithri, LU 2785 . ag dula da n-oilrithi, RC xiv 38 § 34 . do roichet sunn sochaide / dá noilithre ar Dhia, SG 153.24 . As quasi-vn.: ac oilithre ar fud in domain mōir `wandering', ZCP iii 32.37 . Of the retirement of a person to a monastery (see also under bachall): cor' cuirset Cormac i lLes Mór a noilithri, RC xviii 49.25 (Tig.). Derbail . . . do éc a n-ailithri a Cluain maic Nóis, 272.18 . D. . . . d'iontogha ó'n tsaoghal go Corcaigh i n-oilithre, Ériu i 103 § 67 . fogebthai oilithri ┐ áigidhecht sunn entertainment given to pilgrims(?), RC xxvi 160.23 .

1 ailithrech

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n o, m. (ailithre). Also oilirthech. pilgrim: romipeta .i. oilithrech, Ir. Gl. 311 . nóemóig ┐ ailitrig . . . do Dia, LU 2043 . firoilithrech . . . amal Abraham, Thr. Hom. 42.18 . co rob hē m'ainm a hoilithrech may my name be that of a pilgrim to it (of heaven?), Arch. iii 234.29 . dona helehrechib, ZCP xxi 289 § 45 . A.¤ . . . epscop, eccnaidh ┐ oilithreach, FM ii 752.3 . comhthathaidhi na n-oilithrech chuico ┐ uaidhe, Fl. Earls 122.29 . oilirthech, ZCP vi 39.6 .

? 2 ailithrech

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x = ailithre: mad ailithriuch beirius a anamcara fair if his confessor impose a pilgrimage on him, Laws iii 72.5 . ar ndiultadh an tsaoghail dó . . . i n-oilithreach, Ériu i 103 § 68 (leg. ina o. ?). adhbhar oilithrigh bhunaidh / réim tighe chuirr Chonchobhair (oilithre, v.l.), DDána 116.18 .