aindeis

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aindeis or dil.ie/1215

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 .

aindeóin

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Forms: aimdeóin

n (deóin). Also aimdeóin. despite, unwillingness: da ní . . . / aindeoin ingine D. forced O' D.'s daughter, Hy Fiachr. 210.6 . Sil M. uile itir deoin ┐ aimhdeoin the whole of Síl M. both the willing and the unwilling, Ann. Conn. 1342.11 . gá fearr m'áis-se ná m'aindeoin my willingness or unwillingness, Dán Dé i 5 . bean fúair a n-ainm aimhdheóna / le a gairm úaidh ní imdheógha, IGT Decl. ex. 1981 . Nearly always in prep. phrases meaning against the will of, in spite of: atát oc indred ind ḟeóir . . . dar n-amdeóin, LL 3303 . agh impos i n-a eol . . . dar aindeoin in ti ro-n-ucc hi `against the wish of the person who had brought her', Laws v 268.26 Comm. tucc . . . da aimdeóin hé forcibly took him, Cog. 118.9 . co ndeachaid ina gnais da h-aindeoin, Ériu ii 180.1 . déanadh Chríosd . . . / leigheas d'aindeoin mh'inntinne, Dán Dé vi 24 . do sgag-san é dá aindeoin (of St. Paul), vi 31 . docunnuicc C. gur gab E. in tir dia ainneoin fair, St. Ercuil 1748 . dot aimhdheoin, DDána 27.4 . d'aimhdhéoin dheamhan ┐ domhuin, Mac Aingil 1707 . i n-indeoin Phádruig `in spite of Patrick', E. O'Rahilly xxxii 7 . Adv. d'aimhdheóin `perforce', Studies 1921, 419 § 12. 1923, 598 § 10 . dul leis ar áis ná ar aindeoin to go with him willingly or unwillingly, DDána 102.20 .

As attrib. adj.: nach ttard tochmarc aindeoin fuirri an unwilling wooing, Ériu iv 49 § 1 .

aindeónach

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Forms: aimdeónach, ha., haindeonach, haimhdeonach, haindeonach, hainneonach, hainndeonach

adj o, ā (aindeóin). Also aimdeónach. unwilling: tré umhlacht aimhdheonaigh in unwilling obedience, Keat. iii 2786 . don druing uaibhrigh aimhdheónaigh `stubborn band', TD 18.33 . As adv. co ha.¤ unwillingly, by force, violently, etc.: go haindeonach , BB 18b7 . go haimhdeonach , FM iii 568.18 . co haindeonach , Rosa Ang. 28 § 4 . co hainneonach , Ir. Astr. Tr. 34.8 . co hainndeonach , St. Ercuil 1984 .

aindeónacht

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n (aindeóin) unwillingness: derólacht aindeon- achta, SG 44.16 .

aindeónugad

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vn. formation from aindeóin. act of constraining, forcing: im dílghenn for gach náon do dhenadh . . . a héiccen no a haindéonucchad, BNnÉ 244 § 194 . a h-osna géimnech ag a h-ainndeónachadh (of a cow), Celt. Rev. iv 108.12 .

ainder

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n o ? Later f. Explained by native glossators as neg. of der. See Vendr. Lex. and ZCP xxv 11 , Jn. Celt. Stud. i 4-6, 131-3 .

(a) non-virgin, married woman: ander .i. ben .i. nī der [.i.] nī hingen, Corm. Y 79 . ander .i. muiler .i. ni der ni hingin. nó ander .i. anfer .i. ni fer acht muiler , O'Mulc. 48 . ander .i. nepingen .i. ben. der .i. ingen, O'C. 864 ( H. 3.18, 390a ). fedb aindir be carna, Laws v 448.1 (`eine Witwe, eine Frau (ander nicht Jungfrau), eine Buhlin', Ir. Recht 5 . Stokes, O'Dav. 528 , takes fedb ainder as a compd.). a Euá a andeir Adaim, SR 1208 . dercaid nad decsenach doirb annir (.i. ben) imnair, LU 10255 . bla aindir ēt, Laws iii 292.1 . cidbé a.¤ mná dobéra toil do'n fhior gráid, SG 47.30 . a.¤ gel Glain meic Carbad `bride', Met. Dinds. i 46.4 . .l. a.¤ la cech n-aen dibh: claeclother cele la gach n-aindir mad doim he, Marco P. 27 . do mnaib ┐ bantrochtaib ┐ andrib ┐ ingenaib, LU 6537 . roscaindre fo Chrúaich Crea / na haindre, na hingena, Met. Dinds. iii 464.66 . aebhdhacht re h-ainnrib, MR 116.14 . gnímh Úna tar gach n-ainnir, IGT Decl. ex. 1221 . carais Sccuitin . . . / aindre áille uchtgheala, ZCP i 64.2 . aingir . . . dont síol is áirde fuil, Ó Bruad. i 84 xiv .

(b) virgin, maiden: ander gach slan, Auraic. 607 . ainner . . . ac guidhi Muire . . . ima hoighe do coimet, Grail 2428 . an ainnear i n-uair a thuismhidh (of the Blessed Virgin), DDána 17.12 . ainner aluind, ZCP vi 26.7 .