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 .

aindiúit

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adj i (diúit) (a) stubborn, obdurate, defiant: bá bágach andiúit in challech, LL 6681 . fert fir andiuid engmaid, Acall. 4027 . fer . . . andíud (aindiuit, v.l.), CCath. 350 . imeachtraidh aindiuid, FM vi 2298.2 . bá caoín lé cairdibh bá h-aindiuid lé heasccairdibh, v 1298.13 . airgtheoiridhe aindiuide = impudentes grassatores (of Picts and Scots), Keat. ii 6123 . re greasachtaib aidbli ainniuide Ailella, Celt. Rev. iv 12.9 . is ainndiuid amnaireach tosach h'uraghaill `shameless impert- inence', ZCP vi 26.13 . da rosc uaine ainndiuide, 23 E 29 , 73a5 . i bpeacadh aindiúid na neamhaithrighe, TSh. 1526 `impenitent', Gloss. n As subst. aindiúid bhíos orra fá'n bhfaoisidin do dheunamh go glan, Eochairsg. 81.30 . (b) (gram.) compounded : febh adchīthear a n[d]iūide | atchīther a nan[d]iūdi 'as they appear uncompounded, so they appear compounded ' Celtica ii 283 § 30 .

aindiúite

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n (aindiúit) impenitence: peacadh na haindiúide, TSh. 1525 .

aindiúitecht

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n (aindiúit) sternness, harshness: airbert ┐ aindíuid- echt, détlacht ┐ dánatus, Hugh Roe 54.13 (fo. 15a) . a n-ain- diuidecht mi-throcairech, Smaointe B. Chr. 4655 .

aindiúltach

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adj (diúltach) non-negative, affirmative, positive: diultach andiultach ata ann amail mar ata ni nemhmaith no ni neminann i.e. two negatives make an affirmative, O'C. 580 ( H. 3.18, p. 288 ).

aindíummsach

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adj (díummsach) not proud, gentle: idna andiums- ach, Laws iv 348.16 . idan andiumusach, O'C. 1056 ( H. 3.18, 438a ).

aindíummus

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n (díummus) great pride: uaill . . . ┐ aindiumus, Hugh Roe 194.13 (fo. 52a) .

áindle

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Forms: áin(n)le, Áinle, ainnle, Andle

n m. Also áin(n)le. Áinle (: atámne), Met. Dinds. iv 10.23 . ainnle m., IGT Decl. § 2 . Also with short ă- (difft. wd.?), cf. aindli (: taidhbhi), BB 53b16 (15) ( Stud. Hib. iv 70 ), and also perh. TFerbe 280 (16) (graibre (: airne), Met. Dinds. iv 388.21 ). hero, warrior(?): Failbe ánle (aindle, ainle, anle, ainli v.ll.) Íae `Failbe the hero(?) of Iona', Fél. March 22 . forgla curad ┐ caithmiled, anle ┐ anraid, Aen. 1906 . da ainle, 2061 . caindel ┐ ánle ┐ dretel na hvile hAsía (of Alexander), TTr.² 473 . ro bhu dhual do[n] aindli ég, BB 53b16 . ?ba maith ri cách do gráibri / is derb ropat degairle (no derganle), TFerbe 280 . As n.pr. Ainle sochla slúagach, Fél. June 21 . Ainnle (one of the three sons of Uisliu), Rel. Celt. ii 236.25 . g s. Andle (Aindli v.l.), IT i 77.19 (L. mac nU.), Ándle (Ainnli v.l.), 78.28 (ib.). Aindli sapiens Tíre da glas, TFrag. 134.12 .