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).

ainíarraid

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n (1 íarraid): cáin do iar[r] — ní hainiarraidh, O'R. Poems 126 `sought tribute — nor was the seeking in vain', p. 186 .

ainíarsma

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n m. (íarsma) evil consequence: an t-ainiarsma do tharr- aing Ádhamh ar na daoinibh, TSh. 2593 . do chaoineadh an anfhorlainn ┐ an ainiarsma, 5850 . cheathra ainia[r]smadha, BNnÉ 161 § 24 .

ainib

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x see ainb.

ainicht

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n (icht) cruelty, inclemency, harshness: in t-ainiocht dorigne T. . . . ar Brian `barbarity', Caithr. Thoirdh. 135.30 . na dena aimricht (anicht v.l.) orm, Fier. 220 . trés an ainiocht do-rónsad ar a ndearbhráthair, TSh. 4686 . tres an ainiocht, DDána 84.28 . drong an aineachta, 101.13 . fá ainiocht na Scot ┐ na bPicti, Keat. ii 6120 . Compd. ¤rún: i n-éaruic a n-ainiochtrúin `for their rebellious will', PBocht 16.1 .

ainichtach

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adj (ainicht) cruel, merciless: don éadtrócaireach ain- iochtach, TSh. 4947 . ó'n annbhflaitheas a.¤ sin, Misc. Celt. Soc. 177.25 . fodhmoir . . . a.¤ , St. Ercuil 238 . As adv. rodh- ingsead a n-airm . . . go haíniochtach, ML 134.4 .

ainicin

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Forms: ainéigen, ainécin

n (éicen). ainéigen, Ériu v 76.16 . ainécin, Mer. Uil. 79 . great violence, outrage, oppression: gach olc is gach a.¤ da ttainic, BNnÉ 206.25 . intí nach aithfe in a.¤ út ar an óclach, SG 213.9 . a Dé neime . . . is tu domrat isin a.¤ i filim, D iv 2, 72va18 . ni rofuiling nech riam aithgein na hainiccne, 67rb25 . d'aithe a áiniccne fair, FM v 1368.21 . Attrib. g s. d'á easbadhaibh ainigni, MR 292.5 . In phrase beirid a.¤ for inflicts violence on: da tuccad in ainigín gnima ┐ in dimicin aithisi o Grecaib for Tr., BB 431a34 . na h-amainsi ┐ na hainigne tucais ar Ulltaibh, MR 202.6 . co tugsat esbada ┐ áinigin imdha orra (i.e. on a defeated army), Celt. Rev. iv 116.26 . Perh. also bidh iat sain a hangin | a angil sa hanfaid, Anecd. ii 41 § 17 . Cf. ainigin?

ainicnech

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adj o, ā (ainicin). very violent, fierce: rob áinicnech sind isin cath, Acall. 5199 . doronadh imlaéid áinignech etarra, IT ii2 139.418 . d'imlaid . . . ainigneach, MR 272.14 . buile buanainignech, Caithr. Thoirdh. 17.y . occlach eisiodhan ainiccnech, BNnÉ 321 § 26 .

1 ainicthe

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part. of aingid: gach airgthech a.¤ i naitherrach taoibh éigin `every despoiled unfortunate that is spared', O'Gr. Cat. 551.8 .

2 ainicthe

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x = aincthe.

aínid

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v (2 aín) fasts, keeps a fast: intí óinas gl. qui non manducat, Wb. 6b19 . ro aínius mo thredan, LU 1322 . ri ró aen rothro[i]sc co glé / cethrachait lá ┐ aidche, SR 7573 . fri nech aoines sīrthroscad, ZCP vii 311 § 20 . ōene chorgais ronāin Crīst (raoein, v.l.), xiii 28.11 . roainestar S. . . . aine trédenosta, PH 346 . is-in t-sapoit . . . is innte no-áintís apstail, 331 . āinis i n-ūarc[h]arcroib / for lecoib lānglassoib (of Cainnech), Arch. iii 220.5 . ro aoín siumh treadhan, FM vi 2126.5 . Níceit, Iouian . . . ris n-aenim against whom I fast (to gain a petition), Gorm. May 5 . áintir tredan lasin eclais ┐ lasin túaith a three days fast is fasted, Ériu ii 204 § 22 . ainter ar Mac ṅDe ṅdegmoir / is sé seo cóir na háine let a fast be made for the sake of God's Son, LL 363 marg. inf. Note also: lán eneclann a leith risin tí aintir and `who is made to fast', Laws v 122.2 Comm.