aincis

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x see ainces.

aincride

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Forms: ancraide, ainchride

n io, n. also ancraide, ainchride (cride)

(a) wrong, injustice, injury, vengeance: cen dílgud cech ancridi dognethe frib, Wb. 9c20 . ní dílgaid a n-ancride dogníther frib, 22 . ancride in dermait, Ml. 23d12 . denma uilc tar æsi ind anccridi, 38d20 . cid i n-ancride ṅduit-siu gl. in tuam etiam exprobatur iniuriam, 44c19 . inna ancride inna fochaide dobertar forsin naís noib, 27b15 . digal ind ancridi dogní nech frit, Sg. 181a6 . co n-écid do P. a n-ancride boí ara chinn, Trip.² 2203 . nir'bo maisi les cena gan a aincridi do iarraid for Grecaib `not to demand of the Greeks (redress for) his wrong', Aen. 27 . ba hadbulcuimnech le hIunaind a a.¤ la Troianaib how she was wronged by the Trojans, 1154 . cena ancraide ┐ cana anfolaid do dígail, LL 227b9 ( TTr. 761 ). a n-ancridi ┐ a n-écora, LL 220a20 (ib. 217 ). ro ba menmarc leis ancraide a aithrigtha do digail do Iuba fair, CCath. 3043 . Attrib. gen. ticfait iarsein tedmand ili ancride `hurtful', RC xxvi 44 § 230 .

(b) enmity, hate: robai ancride ic cach dib diaraile, LL 408a25 ( TTr. 2211 ). ó ro fhidir sidhe ainchridhe a cheneoil . . . d'ua Dhomhnaill, FM vi 1932.16 . ag imirt a eccraitti ┐ a aincridhe fair, 1934.8 . ainchridhe . . . do beith aige don B. sin, Fl. Earls 60.6 . ní ghabhann Dia asgaidh fhir an anchroidhe of him who hates (God and his neighbour), TSh. 5282 . filleadh ainchridhe turning aside ill-will, Studies 1921, 589 § 9 .

Aincríst

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x see Ainchríst.

aincthe

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Forms: anaicthe, ainicthe

g s. of late form of vn. of aingid. Also anaicthe, ainicthe. ar bíth gona Conchobuir . . . ar bīth aṅcthe Ailella ┐ Medba, LL 12181 ( TBC 5880 ). dar cend a anaicthe, TTr.² 1892 . gan urra an aince ar anbhúain without a chief to protect them, Rel. Celt. ii 266.18 . na neithe d'fóir chum a hainichthe, Esth. ii 9 . láethe a nainicthe, 12 . Cf. anacul.

aindebaid

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n (debaid): a Í Conaill Clair Enaigh / laidh orainn bar n-a.¤ your failure to fight oppressed us, Ir. Texts ii 11 § 9 .

aindeis

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Forms: aimdess, aimdeis, ainnis

adj (dess). Also aimdess, aimdeis, ainnis.

(a) left: 'na laim dheis . . . 'na laim . . . aimhdheis, Caithr. CC § 85 . na lama . . . aindeisi `of the . . . left hand', Cog. 194.14 .

(b) awkward, ungainly: nirb aimdeis (aindeas v.l.) nirb étúachail, Met. Dinds. ii 344.74 (: aidlis). aidlenna aimdesa `disarrayed', MR 236.16 . duille ┐ bláth ┐ mess / do chách uile ní hamdess `unlovely', Met. Dinds. iii 288.32 .

(c) poor, wretched: da mbeith se aindis ar a cind if he were poorly provided for them, ZCP x 248.27 (BCC). as ainnis an onóir . . . atá lán do phéin, Desid. 811 . As adv. do bhádar . . . go ha.¤ an lá sin, 1 Sam. xiv 24 . ?As subst. n iar m-beith fo a.¤ (: éis), Skene, Chronicles of the Picts and Scots 95.12 .

aindeise

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Forms: ainnise

n f. (aindeis) Also ainnise. wretchedness, misery: má chí tú ainndeise a bpearsanaibh mícháileach, Párl. na mB. 1833 . thusa atá a naindise, Isa. liv 11 . a slabhradhuibh na ha.¤ , Job xxxvi 8 . nírbh fháth aindeisi, O'R. Poems 3206 . lán do bhochtacht . . . ┐ d'ainnisi, Desid. 2739 . do bharr ar a hainnisi, Mac Aingil 938 . gach ní atá ar bur n-ainnisi every- thing of which you are in need(?), Duan. Finn ii 228.16 .

aindeisech

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adj (aindeise) miserable: re duine ainneiseach, Donl. xxiii 13 .

aindeithbir

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x see aindethbir.

aindelg

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n (delg): airdbe naindeilg `making pointed stakes', Laws i 232.6 .

aindeoch

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n (deoch) big drink: d'iarraidh mh'aindigi, Ériu viii 48.z .