aimréidigid

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v (aimréid) makes rough, uneven: gur' aimreidhigh- eadar an fhaighthi . . . re himad na craisech, AU iii 470.10 . do aimréidigh an faichti, Celt. Rev. iv 14.21 .

aimréi(d)tech

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n o (aimréid) contentiousness: re fed a naimhreitigh `during their contentions', FM iv 868.23 . tre aimhréteach iomad na naicmeadh, MS. Mat. 582.43 . tnúth ┐ imreasain ┐ aimhréiteach, 1 Cor. iii 3 . d'ás an ionnraic umhal gan aimréidhteach, Ó Bruad. iii 192.1 .

aimréir

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x see aimríar.

aimrél

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x see ambrail.

aimríagail

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n (ríagal) unruliness: do hinnseadh mórán d'easumhlacht ┐ d'aimhriaghail oraibhsi, Maguires of F. § 51 . See ainríagal.

aimríar

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Forms: ainríar

n (1 ríar). Also ainríar. disobedience, unsubmissiveness: aimhriar níor ghabhais mud ghoin / do shanais Ghaibhrial, Dán Dé xxix 11 . do agair a fhíoch ┐ a aimhréir . . . ar Ulltaib unsubmissiveness , ML 86.10 . ropad lor doib Congal ciar / ar ulc ┐ ar anriar, MR 128.14 . do gach olc, da gach anríar, ZCP x 32.18 . `fí' ainm d'ulc ┐ d'aimhríar, Met. Gl. 9 § 4 . In phrase do-gní a.¤ x disobeys x: mairg . . . doghenat aimhreir in meic-sin, Lism. L. 1859 . dáig noco dingnea m'amréir since he will not oppose me, LU 4008 ( SC 45 ). olc dorighne aimhréir a athar do dheunamh, Eochairsg. 82.26 . d'eagla aimhréire na n-uachtarán saoghalta do dhéanamh, TSh. 3548 . As quasi-vn.: ata mo chorp dom aimréir my body is disobeying me, IT i 123.26 . do dlistea, a Ioraird, th'aimhréir, ZCP viii 220.32 . mairg nach imgaib a n-aim- réir, MR 162.27 . amail rosluicc talam Laegaire ar amré[i]r Páttraicc for being disobedient to Patrick, BColm. 58.16 . tria aimreir in choimded, LB 131b37 . 132a3 . córaide an cholann d'aimhréir, DDána 53.16 .

aimríarach

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adj o, ā (aimríar). disobedient, rebellious: batar . . . gaill co amriarach do B., Cog. 108.22 . ós é atá aimhriarach riot, ML 146.3 . daimdheóin a aiccnidh aimhriaraigh, FM vi 2232.20 .

aimríarugud

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n (aimríar) act of disobeying: iar n-a.¤ dib in righ, RC xviii 45.3 (Tig.).

aimríata

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Forms: ainríata

adj (1 ríata). Also ainríata. untamed, unbroken, wild . Of oxen, horses: samalta comchubrech daim amríata, LL 12638 ( RC xiv 404 ). miaslach . . . daimh anriata, Laws ii 200.5 Comm. (cf. ZCP xv 242 ). for dā damh naimhriata, BNnÉ 327 § 49 . aige altamla anríata, TBC 1351 . do ríarainn a neich óga aimhríata, Ériu v 190.476 . tri .l. ech anríata, RC xiii 68 § 72 . ar eachroidh . . . aimhriadhta, Fl. Earls 88.23 . Other applications: móran d'ionadaibh aimhriata i gcéin ó bhailtibh cuan (in which wine cannot be procured), Eochairsg. 93.27 . réna cor ó bheith aimhriata undisciplined (of the body), TSh. 1879 . Eirictonius anriata `unsubdued', TTebe 3766 .

aimricht

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n (richt)

(a) disguise, assumed appearance: do chuir Saul é féin a naimriocht S. disguised himself, 1 Sam. xxviii 8 . i n-aimhriocht dot fhoirinn féin / a-taoi you are unrecognised by your own people, DDána 68.17 . a n-a.¤ by mistake in identity: ag dénamh ainbhfis an aimhriocht i.e. acting ignorantly in attributing the characteristics of one person to another of the same name, Mart. Don. Oct. 11 . dá ndérndaoi a n-aimhriochd faoisidin lé hoide n-ainbhfiosach, Mac Aingil 4581 . Grigoir . . . do marbhadh go tegmaiseach . . . in aimhriocht by being mistaken for another, FM iv 768.8 . gur marbadh e féin an aimhriocht, IT ii2 142.504 .

(b) mistake, wrong (prob. for 1 ainrecht, q.v.): as aithnit dam co nderna a.¤ (condernus ainndligh ort; conderna ainnrecht, v.l.), Fier. 53 . na dena a.¤ (anicht v.l.) orum, 220 .

Cf. ainricht.

aimritt

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x see aimbrit.