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?

ainc(h)reitem

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n (creitem) unbelief: doroigatar ancretim, Wb. 5b12 . sílfaid anchretem fó'n mbith, PH 7277 . oc tuba . . . t'anchredim . . . i t'agaid, 8230 . breachta . . . īdhalachta ┐ ainchreidmhe, Fl. Earls 132.27 .

ainc(h)reitmech

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adj o, ā (ainchreitem) unbelieving: in gentlige ainchretmech, LB 234a52 . cid ar n-atáuar anchretmig-si, PH 1753 . eiriceasboig ainchreidmheacha, Desid. 3799 .

n As subst. o, [m.] unbeliever: a lliles dind ancretmiuch bid ancretmech, Wb. 10a5 . combat irlamude ind ancreitmich do chretim, 12d29 . creitmech sin as messa ancreitmech, 28d23 . araile ainchredmech, LB 234a44 . do lamaibh druad . . . ┐ ancraitmech, CCath. 5330 . gnímhradh idhul ┐ ainchreit- mech, Marco P. 1 . Idhuil ┐ aincreitmhigh, 8 .

ainchride

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x see aincride.

ainchridech

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adj o, ā (ainchride, see aincride): Dia dot eadráin / . . . / ar ghoin n-ainchridhigh gach fhir `cruel', Studies 1921, 73 § 3 .

Ainc(h)rist

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pn Antichrist: anchrist gl. ille iniquus, Wb. 26a16 . co tíchtin nAncrist, 25d1 . arsil Ancrist ṅírach, Fél. Sept. 29 . do chathugud fri hancrist, KMMisc. 144 § 3 . Díabul i rricht duine intí Ancríst, LU 1419 . a marbad Anchrist ainglig (of Lucifer), YBL 326b15 ( CF 89.28 ). Cf. Ainticríst.

ainchrístaide

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n (crístaide) m. non-christian, heathen: an t-ain- cristaidhi, ZCP i 124.18 . scéla aincristaidhi, Marco P. 1 . na n-Idal ┐ na n-anchrīstaighe, Fl. Earls 196.z . la hain- chrīstaigibh, 202.z. for teithedh na n-anchristaigedh, 208.13 . ina nainchríostaidthib ┐ ina ngeintlib, SG 1.5 .

Adj. go cathair aincriosttaidhe, BNnÉ 5.4 .