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 .

2 ainféth

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n (cf. 5 féth) evil appearance: bái anfēith (anféth, v.l.) gorta fuirre, Corm. Y 1059 ( Anecd. iv 92.21 ). ba liach . . . fraéch ┐ anfed forsin tulaig sin `roughness'(?), Ériu xi 50.7 = anfeth, O'C. 2053 (H. 4.22, 63a).

3 ainféth

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Forms: anbhféithe

adj (cf. 6 féth) lacking knowledge, foolish: ni erba bretha i mbeolaibh ainbféth, Ériu xiii 23.30 . anfeth .i. baeth; anfeith .i. an-ai, O'Dav. 17, 38 quoting prec. ex. ?coiléan borb bliadhna go leith / nachar ghéill d'aois ḟir ainbhfeith (ainbh- reitheadh, anbhféithe MSS.), Content. xi 11 . See ainféich.

1 ainféthach

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adj (1 ainféth): do saith sein co h-ainfethach inntib `attacked them with great violence', Celt. Rev. iv 202.20 .

2 ainféthach

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adj (3 ainféth): ar rob ainfethaig firu Hērenn a n-imthūs Tāno cosin anall ignorant , Arch. iii 3.20 . ainb- féitheach .i. ainéolach, O'Cl.

ainféthaige

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n (1 ainféthach) turmoil, commotion: ni ḟodhmad broinn ainfen[e] .i. comtinoilidh anfethuighi isin broinn, Ériu xii 20 n.8 . i n-ainfene n-ae .i. in anfcgthaigi (leg. anfeth- aige?) do denam iman ae, Cóic Con. Fug. 34 § 38 . Perh. also: anflaith gach flaith leigis anbtine for a tuaith .i. . . . leigis anfethaigh arin ceile . . . .i. guin ┐ gait gen innechadh, O'C. 458 ( H. 3.18, 243b ) (or collect. of 1 ainféth?).

ainfíach

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Forms: ainḟíach

n (1 fíach). Also ainḟíach great debt, liability: icfa-sa anfiachu, MR 160.10 . in adbaid a naigérthar uirre a huilc ┐ a hanféich, 294.3 . nach d'ic t'fhalad ina t'ainfhiacha ina t'ecraite tanga-sa 262.z. bháidheas i n-ainfhiachaibh . . . é, TSh. 5428 .

ainfíachach

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adj = ainféich, q.v.

ainfíad

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n (5 fíad) lack of honour to a guest, bad welcome: trí fiada co n-anḟiad three inhospitable welcomes, Triads 70 .