ainglech

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adj = ainglecda: slúag . . . a.¤ , Fél. March 4 . Báethíne ard aiṅglech, June 9 . ráith co rígmacc ṅa.¤ / Cicilia . . ., Nov. 22. do chlaind aṅglig Israel guarded by angels, LL 17517 . Isu aṅglech, 17639 . do ṡlait aingligh an fhíréin (i.e. Moses), DDána 74.29 . re lind an erlaim uasail ainglich, BNnÉ 194.1 . 'n-a tír ghloin aingligh, DDána 99.18 . Daire, dūn ard a.¤ , ZCP vii 310 § 9 .

ainglés

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adj (glés) ar a.¤ out of order, dismantled(?): Ráth Dá Thí fúinn ar farbhás / tadhbhás dúinn í ar ainghlés, IGT Decl. ex. 944 .

? ainglése

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n a rosc anglése comlán `this glancing full one', Thes. ii 293.22 (Hy. ii) `full of darkness', Thurn. Gramm. p. 159 (see glésse).

ainglicc

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adj (glicc) stupid. Compar. corab ainglica in duine nach denann umhla as a chrich na in phécocc, ITS xxix 141.8 . See aimglicc.

ainglide

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adj = ainglecda: Isú uassal a.¤ , Fél. 44.18 . S. Thomas, an doctúir ainglidhe, TSh. 2988 . beit clerig na comnaide / uás altorib aṅglide, LL 298b21 . énlaith fír-glan anglide, Met. Dinds. iii 378.10 . críoch ainglidhe, TSh. 5366 .

ainglinnech;

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adj glinne .i. breth, ut est acht mad angeal anglinn- ech having no security(?), O'Dav. 1061 (` unjudicial ').

ainglis

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n (OE loanword) English : langp[h]eitir .i. anglis insein Corm. Y § 812 . langfiter .i. ainglaiss (no ainglis) indsin. Corm. 26 .

aingním

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n (gním) evil deed: a los uilc ┐ ainghníomh Ádhaimh, TSh. 506 . déanamh síodh tar olc m'ainghníomh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxv 14 . is neimh-fhirindeach in ainghniomh, ITS xxix 222.19 .

ainíarda

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x see aindíarda.

ainíarmairt

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n (íarmairt) evil consequence: iss é . . . aniarmairt do ḟás don mhíghniomhsa, ALC i 122.z . sāeth lim-sa an ainīar- mairt bías dōib īar tain, ZCP viii 209.17 .

ainíarmartach

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adj o, ā (íarmartach) lit. having evil consequences. Hence in more general sense of ruthless, cruel, ill-fated, etc.: bá h-uttmall anbsaidh ainiarmartach a ccomhairle `incon- sequent', FM vi 2288.23 . ba hainiarmurtach tra in galac[h] sin muinnteri Cesair `ill-fated was that valiant deed', CCath. 2844 . cath amnus aniarmurtach `ruthless', RC xvii 407.15 (Tig.) bulli aniarmartach, PH 855 . gniomh anaithnidh ainiarmartach, FM ii 1178.y . iostas an áruis ainiarmhart- aigh sin (of hell), TSh. 6654 . Of a person: athach agarb aniarmurtach `ill-boding', ZCP vi 96.14 . As adv.: atrachtatar na sluaigh . . . co hangbaidh agarb aniarmartach, Aen. 2198 . cur comraicc doib co ha.¤ , Ériu ii 182.22 v.l. (co haindiarraid, text).