aincesach

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adj o, ā (ainces): cúpla ilphiastt aincisioch, Desid. 4292 , ` venomous ', Gloss. As subst. n is aici is doigh in tainceasach do bith i.e. to him (the king) the doubtful case should be referred, Laws iv 50.20 Comm. Meaning obscure in: an tiasg so don a.¤ , O'C. 756 ( H. 3.18, p. 358a ). beridh ar cach cumal forcraidh .i. cumal an anchesaigh, O'C. 1477 (653).

ainchen

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x see ainchin.

ainchert

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n (cert): nár fhaem a.¤ `who never brooked injustice', Studies 1920, 419.1 . Also aimchert: cibé mheasas gurab . . . aimhcheart an damnughadh that damnation is unjust, TSh. 3416 .

ainchertach

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Forms: Ancher- taigh

(ainchert) In mock n.pr. Egcertach mac Ancher- taigh , Anecd. ii 49 § 10 .

ainches

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x see ainces.

aínches

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n (1 aín + cess, see ZCP xxii 30 ) rush basket: ainches gl. fiscina, Sg. 37b14 . clebene, aincis gl. in sportam, Wb. 17d15 . i noinchis gl. in sporta (Acts ix 25), Thes. i 497.2 . dobert biad doib i n-óenchiss, LU 1816 . luidsi cona henchiss, 1821 .

ainchesach

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x see aincesach.

ainchétfad

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n (cétbuid): do chiabh ḟillte ní ḟédfadh / go mbiadh innti ainchédfadh evil impulse(?), IGT Decl. ex. 543 .

ainchin

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n (cin) sin, offence: ná han go bhfionnar(?) bhar bhfrioch- namh / tar iomadh na n-ainchean, Dán Dé xii 27 . sliocht Éabha na n-ainchion dtrom, DDána 17.27 . ní h -ainchion a coland / a anam as aingiol his body is not sinful(?), Celt. Rev. x 132.24 . ?air is esccaine is aincend (: mhiond, but rhymes not exact in poem), BNnÉ 286 § 273 .

In follg. perh. rather unfriendliness, enmity: gidh biodhbha é nochan ainchean / a ndiongna sé d'aithbhear oirn the reproach it will make us is no unfriendliness (`'tis not my crime it lays to my charge'), Dán Dé xix 14 . gan fholta gan ainch- eanaibh, DDána 83.14 . dénamh ainchean unfriendly acts (`acting against my interest'), O'Hara 1297 .

ainching

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Forms: ainchingid, ainchinnid

n (cing) Also ainchingid, ainchinnid great hero, champ- ion: brethem án anchinged (anancinged, inanancinged v.l.) ainm Fruach, Anecd. ii 52.11 . atrégat anchinnidi Ulad, IT ii2 214.57 ( LU 1606 ). (leg. óenchinnidi CMCS xii 19 n. 86 ). ?tria ānchinnid Choba, trī mōrglonn- aich M., TBC² 3325 = tri cuingidh, TBC 5361 . ?ro gaet . . . tricha ríg . . . im vii fichtiu annchinne, LL 14080 . a.¤ .i. anraidh nó láoch, O'Cl.

? ainchréchtach

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adj (crécht): rucadar . . . leo hé da hícc . . . gurba slan ancretach (sic) da eis healed of his wounds, RC xxii 326 n. 3 (BDD). Or leg. ainchnedach?