ainéimech

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adj (2 éim) inopportune: ní anémech acht is emech gl. non inoportuna, Ml. 98d3 . radh nainbeach .i. radh is aneimech, O'C. 457 ( H. 3.18, 243 ab).

ainéimigid

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v (ainéim): ni renar nach ainim do-lece domaine i trebad .i. nocho reachta do neoch dib o c[h]eile ani aineim- iges (aneimighis v.l.) ina trebad curu[b] dimainech which is unsuitable for his economy(?) (etymol. gloss), Stud. in E. Ir. Law 25.24 .

aineit

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n (Lat. anethum) dill, anise: da mbia fail air gnathuighedh aineid, Rosa Ang. 118.24 .

ainéitid

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adj (étiud): lucht aneidigh `unarmed folk', Cog. 104.5 .

ainéitig

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adj (étig) very ugly, hideous: co ruad in mnai ar écin / Oengus ciar bo anétig, LL 376a23 . cīarb' ordd anhētig, ZCP viii 268 § 47 . fer dīb toirnes ar éicin / a toil n-ūathmair n-ainēitigh, x 52 § 11 .

aineladnach

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n o (eladnach) unskilled person: isedh is aneladnach ann . . . isedh is eladnach, Laws i 110.y Comm. mas ealad- nuch robuí oca coimed . . . mas ainealadhnuch (of guarding cattle), ii 76.9 Comm. cetrur aneladhnach do muindtir an bo-aire, v 342.14 Comm. fo aicned eladnaig no aneladnaigh according as he is trained or untrained, iii 320.8 Comm. , cf. v 214.13 Comm. As adj. gnimrada borba . . . aneladhnacha uile . . . ar na recar a les ealatu, iii 174 n.1 .

ainem

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x see ainim.

ainennac

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n (ennac) guilty person: forteit anennacc which helps the guilty(?), Laws i 8.22 . aneannac ni tét a rath, O'D. 971 ( H. 3.17, 679 ). itir engu ┐ anengu (ecnaidib ┐ anecnaidib v.l.), Tec. Corm. § 29.3 . Adj. ma crech annuic . . . ma crech anannaic, Laws v 126.y Comm. guilt: for mét a n-ánannaic ┐ a celg, LB 258b32 . See also anandac.

ainenncae

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n (enncae) guilt: cach follus ro fes einnge no aneinge iar nairilliudh, Laws ii 62.6 . anfolad ┐ docerd ┐ anendge, iv 344.16 .

aineóil

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g s. of aineól as adj. unknown, strange, unfamiliar (esp. of places, roads etc.): i tirib anheoil, SR 3180 . 'san tír aineōil (: taideóir), ZCP vii 309.25 . grib indrid iath n-anēoil, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 4 . Temair fás, forba n-aníuil, BDD² 1055 . ag eachtor-chrīchaibh oile imchiena ainiūil, Fl. Earls 216.11 . ar shlighidh ainiúil, Dán Dé vi 10 . ar séad ain-iúil `on a blind course', A. Ó Dálaigh lii 16 . fúarais mór n-aidchi n-aniúil `many a night thou hadst abroad', RC xx 12 § 18 . uir aniuil tarut (a curse), Fél.² clxxxv 6 . foiléim ainiúil a jump in the dark, Hackett xxxi 2 . d'éanlaith iongantaigh aineóil, TD 15.17 . Of persons: ar fhior ainiuil stranger , DDána 110.21 . Rare in predic. use: am aneoil dia eis (: todiúir) I am without guidance, LL 18581 ( PRIA xix ).

aineól

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n (eól) ignorance (frequ. of the way); that of which one is ignorant, frequ. concrete of unknown places, paths, etc.: aniul .i. aes uasal do chein mair, O'C. 478 ( H. 3.18, 249 ). gidh bé do bheith 'n-a n-ainiul if there be anyone who does not know of them, DDána 60.9 . gabháil rinn d'aithle ar n-ain-iúil `aid us after our folly' (straying?), A. Ó Dálaigh xiii 2 . m' anam mo chorp is mo cheól / rop sáer ar olc ar aneól `let them escape evil and oblivion' Met. Dinds. iii 398.36 . In concrete sense strange country, unknown place: gach buaigh berar a naineol necraite .i. . . . a crich ecraite, O'C. 1766 ( 23 Q 6, 36 a ). totim la hóga aniūil `to fall by warriors of another land', Fianaig. 10.8 (perh. to be referred to aineóil). taistel iuil is ainiuil (sic leg.), BNnÉ 199.30 . In phrase ar a.¤ astray: taréis na Féine ar a.¤ wandering about, the F. gone, Duan. Finn i 3.x . is he is cath sin . . . / mo do ber Ere ar aneol that will most leave Ireland without any guidance, Fen. 378.2 . ná léig m'anam ar ainiúl / ót uan . . . `let not my soul stray', A. Ó Dálaigh xi 8 . resiuu nobetis ar aneol ana fochair-sim `rather than become landless men with himself', Ann. Conn. 1315.8 . See aineóil.