ainfechtnach

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adj o, ā (fechtnach) unfortunate, unhappy, accursed: Iúdás tróg ainfhechtnach, PH 5114 . berar na hanvim anbfec[h]tnacha do fechain an flaithis, Aisl. Tund. 103 § 6 . nosluiged sí na hanmanna ainbfeachdnacha, 104.2 . imon anmain n-anfechtnaig, IT i 191.19 . píana . . . na ndáine n-anfechtnach, LU 1958 ( FA § 2 ). or comarli angid ain- ḟechtnaig-ne, LB 224b1 . As adv. ro marbhadh [an ri] . . . co hainfechtnach, FM ii 1180.11 .

ainfechtnaige

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n (ainfechtnach) misfortune: met m'ainfhechtnaige ┐ mo dhochonaig, PH 614 = ainfbechtraide, Laud. 610, 27b (Plummer MS. notes).

? ainfed

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ind ainfedh .i. ainmeach, O'C. 969 ( H. 3.18, 416 ). Cf. ainmed.

ainfégthach

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adj Perh. by-form of 1 ainféthach: do'n banthuath- aig dicra . . . uaibrigh ain-fegthaig unruly , ÉC ii 56.28 . As adv. amhail sidhe con mire . . . da héill go hain- fhēghthach ag faicsin fiagha, Cath. MT 830 .

ainfegthaige

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x see ainféthaige.

ainféich

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adj (fíach) free of obligation or debt: bag anfeich ar esomnae, Bürgschaft 20 § 60 `eines Unkundigen', Thurn., following gloss .i. aneolaig, and perh. to be referred to 3 ainféth. raith ainfeich .i. rob ainfiachach an raith do chuaidh re astad ┐ nocha fastait ratha oirne é, uair rob ainfiachach duin a fastad foirnn, O'C. 2243 ( Eg. 88, 17(18d) .

ainḟéig

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adj (féig) dull, obtuse: is iat sin gnuisi is sceith / d'eicsib nochon at anfheig, Auraic. 2120 .

ainféig

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adj (féig) very keen: a naes anfeig, Mann. and Cust. ii 276 = feig (recte), Caithr. CC 7 § 14 ( BLism. 149 vaz ).

ainféile

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n (féle)

(a) immodesty, impudence: is messa ind amprome quam ind anfele gl. impudentiorne . . . an improbior, Sg. 42b4 . cia h'anfhéle umaidi `thy brazen impudence', PH 1756 . bai dia hainfélisi na ro faelangair gan luighe na fochair, Leb. Gab. 26.29 . ainbféile .i. amhnáire, O'Cl. See ainble.

(b) inhospitality: ní dligh ollamh ainbfēile, ZCP viii 109.10 . ceann ainbhféle Erionn `i.e. the most notorious man for inhospitality', FM iv 660.4 .

(c) great hospitality: a mhian d'ainfhéile (: rairéidhe) is d'e[n]gnamh, Gleanings 16 § 13 .

ainfén

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n (a) ill-luck: is í orcain tuc a a.¤ dósom, BDD § 23 = isí orcain tuc Ingcél dó, BDD² 224 (see note). o ro airigh in n-anfen mór, CCath. 3771 . Cf. ainsén. (b) wonder (?): anfen .i. ingnad O'Mulc. § 107 . anfén .i. ingnadh, CIH ii 605.20 (Dúil Dromma Cetta) . ainféin (ainbfein, ainmhéid, ainbéidh, v.ll.) gach n-iongnadh, Met. Gl. 15 § 33 .

ainfen(e)

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x see ainbthen.