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.

ainfeóil

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n (feóil) proud flesh (of wounds): a chur isna cnedhaibh ┐ ní fásfa ainfheoil inntu, O'Gr. Cat. 227.16 . cuirtear is na cneadhuibh a mbí ainbhfeoil ┐ fóiridh, 23 K 42, 322.13 . da fasa ainfeoil na bruachaib, Ir. Texts v 5.24 . do bhean an nglaic as gérbh aimhdheoin / ait an bhas gan ainbhfeoil ann, Magauran 2967 .

ainferg

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n (ferg): ni herenar ferg act focoisli anfearg great (wrath)? (perh. non-wrath, distinction drawn between crimes done in anger and in cold blood), O'C. 1693 ( 23 Q 6, 13 a ) = O'D. 772 ( H. 3.17, c. 554 ).

ainfergach

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adj o, ā (fergach) very wrathful: mucaidh ainbhfear- gach Eoghain, DDána 71.13 . As adv. gura athchuir urchar co ha.¤ , MR 152.10 .

ainfes

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adj (cf. 1 fes(s)). Only with copula in phr. is a.¤ is unknown: nirbo ha.¤ det andísin, RC xii 62 § 21 . 's nach ainbhfess fá Íbh Táil, Content. ix 20 . cid ainmeas (ainmfisach v.l.) fort-sa sin, Grail 365 . tomhas an fhoraidh sin / co fír ní hainḟis, BR 142.6 = ni hainmes, BB 275a12 . ata sund seanchas . . . / bís ainḟis minab eolach `which thou knowest not unless learned', BR 80.14 = bidh ainmes mina heolach, BB 271a22 .

ainfesach

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Forms: aimfesach

adj o, ā (fesach). Also aimfesach.

(a) ignorant: is econn ainbfesach . . . na briathra sin do rádh, St. Ercuil 1417 . maigisder aimfesach, Ir. Gl. 392 . innis dúinn . . . na scéla, óir atámait ainmfesach, RC xxiv 371.7 . ní háil linn bhar mbeith ainbhfiosach do thaoibh na marbh, TSh. 5869 . ce bes a.¤ isna tosaigib dlighenn sé bheith a.¤ annsa ní atá andiagh na tosach, O'C. 2222 ( Eg. 88 f. 16(17)b ). ainmhfhes- ach a suidiuchud na sdairi so, ZCP xiii 179.27 . do badur ainfhisach a n-inntind Iruaith um ceann an Mhacaimh they were ignorant of Herod's intentions, Smaointe B. Chr. 888 . cidh ainmfisach fort-sa sin though you are ignorant of that, Grail 16.z . In mock n.pr. Ainbfesach mac Becceoluis, Anecd. ii 49 § 10 . As subst. ní marsin do chroidhe a nainbhfiosaigh `the heart of the foolish doeth not so', Prov. xv 7 . an tainbh- fiosach do theagasg, Donl. 196.5 .

(b) rough, rude: arán amh ainbhfiosach sean-eorna, E. O'Rahilly 236.18 = arán omh úrgharbh, PCT 52 . tug amus ainbfeasach amhchaoin ar Chonall, 519 .

ainféta

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adj (féta) tumultuous, turbulent: cia hiachtadh n-uathmur n-anbhfeta (anféta v.l.) andso, Anecd. ii 51 § 13 . As adv. [ná rocaithed biad] co anfeta `that he should not eat food greedily', Death-tales 8 § 10 ( LL 14353 ).

1 ainféth

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n (cf. 3 féth and Ped. ii 628 ) unrest, turmoil, tumult: óicc fene cona n-ilchaib ┐ cona n-anfeth, Trip.² 936 . troithait ainbthine di dagbesaib .i. . . . a trentimurgun da nanfech i.e. good laws keep them from anarchy, Laws iii 24.22 Comm. ni ba hadhas . . . an anbfeich (anfhéth v.l.) mor sin do chlois- tin, Anecd. ii 51 § 13 . an t-anféth ┐ in míchostadh, TTr.² 1901 . arna tormanta in sluagh mór ut do anfeth ┐ micostad istir, BB 414a49 . bator iarom ind fir do miḟostad ┐ anfeith lasodain, IT i 266.z (FB Eg.) immusnaerfat anflathi la anfeth cach duba[i] `usurpers will satirise one another with storm of every darkness', RC xxvi 40 § 210 . nach suidhiu mar mannartha anfeth .i. . . . co ro comsgailed iat tre anfeith, O'Dav. 1255 .