ainéccéillide

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x see ainéicéillide.

1 ainech

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n aineach .i. marcaigheacht ech. O'Cl. See oenach. Cf. di oinachdaib ` riders ', Ml. 43d1 .

2 ainech

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x see enech.

áinechas

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n (1 áine) pleasure, amusement: ar aínechas féin, Laws iii 424.11 Comm. = ar ainechus do féin, O'Dav. 108 (see under 1 áine). Fig. of a chief: ainechas Muman, Caithr. Thoirdh. 76.33 (ainech[r]as? Cf. enechrus).

ainecht

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n (cf. 1 echt): do ionghair gach oireacht / gan fhionghail gan aineacht (: raineart), Magauran 3599 .

ainécht

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n (écht) evil deed: 'na tuinn técht / gan olcc, gan ḟeall, gan a.¤ , Anecd. i 33 § 63 . na háirmheamaoid ar gcréchta / is ná maoidhid ar n-ainnéachta, O'Hara 4500 . maicc .x. bliadnae forbrister o faindecht (leg. ainecht, ed.) (= qui validioris facinore oppressus fuerit), Ériu vii 146 § 34 , but more probably abstract noun from fáenaid, Ir. Penit. 275 n. 11 .

ainechtach

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n (ichtach ?): gur innsaigh na hanechtaigh (:Echtair) merciless ones (?), Caithr. Thoirdh. 69.27 .

ainéchtach

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adj o, ā (ainécht) given to evil or violent deeds: ar marbad Chellaich chrechtaich / da ḟir-muintir ainechtaich, Met. Dinds. iii 414.26 . ba heitigh aineachtac a dealbh . . . i lleth ra C., RC xliii 78.4 . As adv. tucc . . . a aghaidh go haneuchtach ar cath Conghal, ITS v 62.5 .

? ainecid

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n taithaidh mo chill credmhigh / do ainic gach n-aineccidh ` refugee ', Hy Maine 13.30 .

ainecla

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n (ecla) great fear, terror: do ghuidh . . . maille hanegla, Aisl. Tund. 128 § 3 . ba mor a anegla leis, CCath. 1442 v.l. (= athméla, text).

1 ainecnae

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adj io, iā (ecnae) unwise, foolish: is ferr in tog eccnaidh na in senborb anecna gl. quam senex stultus, Laws iv 378.2 Comm. As subst. n unwise person, fool: mainba æcne lib act conda anecne gl. ne quis me putet insipientem esse, alioquin velud insipientem accipite me, Wb. 17c10 . is gním anecni do-gníu .i. moidem, 11 .