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 .

ainfíadnaise

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n (fíadnaise) absence of evidence: anfocal conindle anfiadnaise fuidreg, Ériu xii 52 § 65 .

ainfíal

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adj (1 fíal) late form of anbal

(a) shameless: slige anbfial anailcech an tsaogail, Aisl. Tund. 105 § 1 . nech bus diumsach, fīrfercach . . . anfial, slatra, ZCP vii 311 § 12 . a angbaid anfhéil imresnaig (to Satan), PH 3930 . rurach cach n-ainfial, Arch. iii 229.103 (cf. anbal cech rudrach, Tec. Corm § 15.12 ). is ainfial dhuit bainecht do dhenamh, RC xxix 132 § 45 . rommain . . . ar in galar nanfial nolc, KZ xxix 374.z (Chal- cidius 68b). Compar. ced ed no maidedsom a cless dorigniusa fíadu nipu anféliu dó it would have become him better (see Stories from the Táin, Glossary), LU 5743 = anḟēiliu, TBC² 1271 . As subst. shame, scandal: loi[s]cther . . . co na roib in ainbhfial (an ḟingal v.l.) foraind (of an incestuous birth), Anecd. i 19.3 = conná raib a n-anfíal is tír, LU 4407 .

(b) ungenerous, mean: ithamail anfhīal occurach ` niggardly ', Aisl. MC 87.7 . comhartha a síl is sé riamh / ní díbh é dámadh ainfhial `ungenerous', Magauran 3799 . téid do mhnaoi ainbhféil is féil `she surpasses them all, the generous and the ungenerous', Aithd. D. 1.5 . Compar. nirbo anfélisium ond uairsin, LL 13564 = nirbo hanfeli indas gach duine, ZCP xii 399.6 . As subst. nársad diultadach um biad / nárab cumthach duit ainfhíal, Acall. 602 .

ainfíalad

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vn. of ainfíalaid: co nderntais a ǣrad ┐ a aithised ┐ a ainfīalad put him to shame, TBC² 2213 .

ainfíalaid

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v (ainfíal) shames: nusaerab ┐ nusanfialub, RC xii 90.115 .

ainfíallach

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n (fíanlach) rabble(?), band of warriors(?): edh doronsat . . . a n-ainfiallach do leacud, RC xliii 50 § 50 .