áilsedach

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adj o, ā (áilsed) neglectful, negligent: nir' bó ailsedach ro tec[h]eadh and, CCath. 797 . comtis ailsedaig eṅgnuma, TTebe 3134 . nír bhó hailseadhach ro chingsiot gus an rian- mhuir, FM v 1614.24 . As n.pr. trí meic ailsedaich, LL 340a46 .

áilsedaid, áilsid

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v (áilsed) neglects: do ailsedhmar (ro eislemar v.l.) in cath don [d]ula sin, Acall. 758 . dicheall cach nesles .i. is drochciall don chintach ro ailsistur a fine tar a cheand, O'D. 128 ( H. 3.17, c. 107 ) = is drochciall don ti do ni ailsi lesa elo do leca in cintaidh, Laws i 286.33 Comm.

ailsine

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n = áilsed: fechem toicheda nodobeir a.¤ for inles, O'Don. 128 ( H. 3.17, 107 ).

1 ailt

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x see 3 alt.

2 ailt

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n (cf. altan) edge, blade; edged weapon(?): a.¤ .i. faebar, Lec. Gl. 305 . gerithir a gae ri a.¤ , LL 6391 . As an object used in swearing an oath: is inann a.¤ ┐ minn, amail adeir . . . toingthi fo a.¤ neimhe .i. fona minnaib is aith amail altain, O'Dav. 160 . ar altaib (arfelltaib v.l.) ar neimib / ardonceltair cuirer, ZCP x 346 § 2 . ?Fig. dó co roeirned dia a.¤ / na huile cesta atchondairc by his keenness, Met. Dinds. iii 178.147 . Perh. also: Mac Leinin an gai géir gloin / Molaga fá dheoigh mar a.¤ `like a hero', ZCP x 28.6 .

Compd. ¤-berach: soighead . . . ailtbhearach `razor-edged', TD 16.66 .

3 ailt

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n f. height: From Lat. altitudo, Wortk. 172 a.¤ .i. ab altitudine , Corm. Y 30 = alt, Thr. Ir. Gl. 2 . a.¤ .i. úasal, O'Cl. síasair suide eōin i n-a.¤ , Thes. ii 327.13 ( Hy. v 1 ) .i. in altitudine, 31 . arddi ┐ aithi na freiscisen fil o duini co Dia toirnes a ha.¤ .i. a hairddi, Rawl. 70a20 . .lxx. cubat i na.¤ in múir, .xx. a lait (sic), Rawl. 71b17 . romarb in leomhan . . . isind a.¤ móir `in the great glen', TTr². 50 . tre ailltibh arda, ZCP vi 290.23 . a n-ailltibh ┐a n-uamaibh na talman, St. Ercuil 1699

See 2 alt.

4 ailt

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n a.¤ .i. cin, ut est ar na tuca a.¤ forsan eclais, O'Dav. 62 . Perh. also: a.¤ .i. a dliged, ZCP v 486.2 (B. na f.).

? 5 ailt

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n secht catha ro ládh mun tir / imrádh dib mar gach n-a.¤ (: airc), LL 380b41 = secht catha ro láe ma thir / imráe díb mar cach n-a.¤ , 6401 . ? B. na f.

áilt

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n (explained by O'R., and by Meyer ZCP xiii 147 as for áil + let, but perh. simply by-form of áil): ag sin mo chomairli duid / gab ī madh ailt beith go glan, ZCP xiii 147.8 . gach nī is ailt ō Dīa dogēbair ē, 9 . [gidhbé nuimir] . . . is á.¤ d'fagh- bail, O'Gr. Cat. 291.26 . cuirtear mil . . . and in meid is a.¤ , C iv 2, 40 vb6 . in méd is ailt don uisgi, Rosa Ang. 36.18 . fotruic and é gaca tratha is ailt, 110.23 .

ailte

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part. of 1 ailid. In phrase mac a.¤ , technical term in Laws a reared son; a son whose father has granted him legal independence: in mac a.¤, as e in mac saerleicthe in sin hi tuaith huaire nonleice a athair oc neoch adgua .i. im dan fa trebhath, ZCP xiii 23.19 (`der auswärts aufgezogene Sohn', Bürgschaft 11 § 36 ).

? áilte

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ind Aed Allán álte raen rath / fris ráte in tAed Uairidnach, LL 15838 .