aindíchell

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n (díchell): lán d'aindícheall éigneach ag coill . . . a gcarad, TSh. 5411 `great effort ', Gloss.

aindíchracht

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n (díchracht) lack of fervour: a ndícracht (sic) re h-innsaigid `irresolution', MR 154.8 .

aindíl

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adj (díl) ill use, bad use: an tí do-ní aindíol éigcneasta dhe (of wealth), TSh. 10048 .

aindíles

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adj (díles) (perh. also aindílis, i-stem) not proper to, not one's own: clann aindílis an fuind gloin not native to, Proleg- omena 42 § 15 . ingen dílius aindílius do bhí ac Finn i.e. a daughter whose parentage was doubtful, Acall. 539 . sealbh aindíleas `unlawful possessions', Dán Dé xvi 3 . mairg recus a atharthir ndúthaig arin oilithir nandilis, LB 256b49 . gach aen ara mbiadh leithbr[ia]thar . . . dámad dileas é . . . damad aindíleas hé if the reproach were untrue(?), Acall. 7997 ( SG 233.19 ). As adv. na hiarraid édail co handilis, 3 B 22, 32 a16 . aderur craidhi o da modhuibh .i. modh dib co haindilés ` im- properly ', Rosa Ang. 126.13 . As n subst. fo gniad (= do-g.) a armu diles don andiles his arms make his what was not his, MR 54.8 . doní mor n-diles d'aindles, 60.10 .

Cf. indles.

aindílse

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n (dílse): rechtge aindilsi, O'D. 712 ( H. 3.17, c. 520 ) forus aindilsi, ib. `law of non-forfeiture'?, Plummer MS. notes. coitchend indles don insci saerda .i. coitchend ara gnathugud, indles immorra ara aindilsi (indilsi v.l., 3710) common owing to its being used but a solecism owing to its inappropriateness (of artificial gender), Auraic. 843 . an bairrísli do bhí a coill / do-ní aindísle d'iaruinn the fertility of the woods makes iron (i.e. agricultural implements) needless(?), IGT Decl. ex. 172 . ag éagnach ar aindísle ┐ ar eisionnracus na colna, TSh. 2097 `disloyalty', Gloss.

? aindin

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pn Domnach a.¤ ardafich, ZCP xii 235 § 52 (B. in Scáil).

aindind

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ind (dind): a Foraind nad andind who art mighty(?), SR 3334 .

aindinn

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n (g s.?): coro-mebdatar tri lomanna assa bēlaib .i. loim n-uar . . . loim ainndinn . . . loim iairn, ZCP xii 245.1 `eine Schluck aindenn', 248 . lomm n-a.¤ (: ḟind), 246 § 19 .

aindísc

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adj (dísc): in Garb . . . ro marb Cailte . . . d'urchuir aindisc, Acall. 6947 `utterly destructive?', Gloss. laech . . . is é anisc (aindiosc, ainisc, comendaisc v.l.) odorda, TBC 5282 .

? aindísligid

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v do aindisligh (aimréidigh, text) an faichti ┐ an urlann impa (of a warrior covering the green with corpses of his foes), Celt. Rev. iv 14.21 v.l.

aindiuia

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Forms: indiuia, andiuia

n endive: indiuia, Rosa Ang. 38.x . andiuia, 102.16 .