1 accaíntech

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adj o, ā (accaíned). plaintive, querulous, complaining: bidat úatti accaintecha bar n-éluthaig, LL 238b28 ( TTr. 1619 ). gair acainteach, CF 632 . lé sruth-bhuinne . . . aigmhéil accaointeach na haithrighe, TSh. 4109 . an nuallghubha ard accaointeach, FM vi 2292.4 . Adv. co haccaintech, Fier. 78 . go haccaointeach, TSh. 2971 .

2 accaíntech

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n [ā, f.] = accaíne: éitsecht rí n-osnadaig ┐ ri n-accaíntig, LL 226a46 ( TTr. 675 ).

accairde

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x see 2 accarda.

accaire

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x see 2 ancaire.

accais

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Forms: accuis, accuis, accais, acaissi, acsi, aicsin, aicsin, aicsenaib

n f. In O.Ir. glosses accuis (Lat. occasio, see Thurn. Gramm. § 302 ). Ped. (i 476) distinguishes a word accais < *adcais (We. achas), but the various meanings can be ex- plained as easily from a single form accais < Lat. occasio. g s. accuis, Alex. 297 . accais O'Dav. 399 . acaissi, Fl. Earls 132.25 . n p. acsi, Corm. Y 1082 v.l. (achuis, text, Anecd. iv 96.23 ). Also as n-stem a s. aicsin, Ml. 38c4 . n p. inna aicsin , 51d15 . d p. dinaib aicsenaib , 62a22 . See aicsenach.

(a) cause, reason: acuis .i. a causa , Corm. Y 10 (cf. O'Mulc. 11 ). ?bri gach ṅ-a.¤ , Corm. 8 = cach n-ogus, Corm. Y 149 . issí ade accuis `this is the cause', Ml. 104c1 . ní si accuis insin arinrogab Duaid `that is not the reason for which David sang it', 35a8 . nach accuis trissanétatsat som inna anu hisin, 57a3 . sainaccuis do Duaid sech cách, 36c11 . cen fochunn ┐ cen accuis, 46b14 , 126d17 . ar main bed accuiss na precepte sin `for if it were not because of that teaching', Wb. 9b19 . in di accuis, Sg. 200a13 . it hē achuis (acsi, v.l.) ar a nglanaiter, Corm. Y 1082 = aicsin, Corm. Bodl. 38 . sain didiu accuis as rohainmniged cach āe, Corm. Y 1079 . nisber nach a.¤ aile acht dul tar bur cenn-si there is no other reason for it(?), Anecd. i. 43.18 . acais toirge na nDéise, Ériu iii 135.2 .

In prep. phrases: ar accuis pectho `because of sin', Ml. 60b19 . ar accuis tesairgne do mnai ríg Érend, LU 10770 = ar cuis, Ériu xii 170.5 (TE). ?fu acis gl. sub obtentu, Thes. i 498.29 . hua accuiss sulbairichthe `because of politeness', Sg. 45b3 . trena a.¤ (i.e. because of Findabair), LL 11323 (TBC).

In Laws cause, occasion of injury to others, hence offence, crime(?). Cf. it he ceithri anmand cinath conlat ar diuit: tucait, ag, acais, etgid, O'Mulc. 456 . dilis do ceilib . . . seoit . . . acht fris-rognat a flaithe . . . na dernat acais a mbais `wenn sie . . . ihren Tod nicht verursacht haben' (i.e. have com- mitted no crime leading to their lord's death), ZCP xiv 362 § 22 , see p. 363 . caide fochonn, caide agh, caide acais . . . acúis don gnímh son do gní nech for torbha do budein ┐ imaric aimles nach aile de cin elguin ┐ ní duine féin is fer láimhe di `acuis' is that deed which one does for one's own advantage and from which disadvantage ensues to another person though he has committed no crime and is not the per- petrator thereof(?), O'Don. 577 (H.3. 17, 444). See 3 ág. gan ágh, gan a.¤, gan urcoid . . . a n-adrad h'arm, MR 294.15 .

(b) hatred, enmity, rancour etc.: acais dhlighidh, Ériu xiii 25.6 glossed .i. aor no mallacht . . . no a.¤ .i. immidh, O'Dav. 40, 399 (cf. ZCP xiv 7 ). aincis (acais, v.l.) is miscaith namá / dhá ṡenainm na mallachta, Met. Gl. 14 § 29 . fí fo builc .i. a.¤ fo thuind, RC xx 252.1 (ACC). ferb .i. bolg .i. acuis fo tuinn, O'D. 27 (H 3.17, col. 25). na bi ar acais na miscais do gní acht do rellad na firinne, O'C. 2599 ( Eg. 88 fo. 51 (52)a ). is tromsceo a.¤ ┐ duabais ┐ neime for cech n-aen, Alex. 297 . ro aorfadaois o acois ┐ o breachtradh an dána virulence(?), ZCP x 278.3 . doní geōin ┐ acu[i]s ┐ díghbhāil, Feis TC 464 . narbham uan go n-acais fhaoil (i.e. a wolf in sheep's clothing), Aithd. D. 73.16 . lomnán d'imneadh is d'achais (sic), O'Hara 3262 . gapuis . . . ben oile . . . doigh ētta, imthnūith ┐ acaissi di, Fl. Earls 132.25 .

Of disease, illness (cf. is aon n-aicsina fo dera gallra ┐ aincesa, Laws v 352.19 ): rom-soerae, á Ísu / ar a.¤ cech thedmae from every disease, Fél. Ep. 518 . rot gob acais .i. mor galara, YBL 137a17 . indtan rob āiniom ndō, rotgab acais mōr (of disease of Emperor Constantine), ZCP iii 227.2 . galar gan a.¤ gan anbḟorlann, ALC ii 400.15 .

In concrete sense poison, venom: delg co n-acais ina chois co nderna tart ar feith inti `festering', BColm. 42.18 .

accaisech

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adj o, ā (accais): diubhragadh a arm n-áith-ghéar go haccaiseach orra, TSh. 5953 , ` venomous, rancorous ', Gloss.

accal

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accallam

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x see acallam.

1 accarda

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n m. refuge, asylum . Derived by Gwynn, Hermathena xlix from ad + cairde, but most exx. indicate a form with lenited -d-. Cf. however SG 381 cited below. tuc . . . a.¤ ┐ anucul do Tiabandaib, TTebe 2858 . Frequ. in contexts associated with St. Molling and used of a stream or water- course. Perh. as n.loc. (cf. taídiu): is and so bías m'a.¤ (: cotulta) mo thaídiu uasin tuile, LL 305a28 ( SG 381.39 ). taidiu ann is acarda (: abartha), Anecd. ii 22.4 . an t-acardha ainglidhe / ga hess as glaine gaire, 24.17 . ba lór lem dom athbaistedh / in t-acardha uar, 25.6 .

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2 accarda

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n dlighidh iasacht / a iodhlacudh re athtarbha / ní hé as ionnraic / an té nach ionnlaic a acarrdha ` interest ', Aithd. D. 61.1 . Possibly same word as prec.

accarsóit

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n [f.] (ON loanword, see Bidrag 82 ) anchorage: acarsoitt do ṡnaidm fria tir, Marco P. 121 . loingis for a n-acarsoidib 122 . gan a.¤ ar tren-cheathaib, MR 236.20 . ria siú ro ghabhas- tair féin acarsōit san oirear, Eachtra Uill. 4575 . ag gabháil acarsoide isin innsi, ITS v 86.14 . a longa for accarsoiti, CCath. 176 (taken by Stokes as sg.).