áinlecht

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n (áinle?) gentleness, kindness: dentar anlecht let-sae fri h-Ailill, IT i 122.13 . cend gaili ┐ gaiscid aibi ┐ ánlechta, LL 244b21 ( TTr. 2070 ). im enech is im ánlecht, TFerbe 643 . sluag . . . bad mó ánlecht no enech, LL 6346 . ar calmatus . . . ┐ anlecht ┐ andraidecht, BB 428a42 . ainleacht .i. áilghine no míne, O'Cl.

ainléigenn

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n (léigenn): atá forghla fear nÉirionn / nar naghaidh, giodh ainléighionn `the greater part of the men of Ireland are opposed to us tho' it is ignorance', Ériu v 52.14 .

ainlemail

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adj (ainnel) swallow-like(?): a.¤ i n-airechtaibh ┐ i n-aenaigibh (of Hector), BB 427a40 .

ainlenaid

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v (lenaid) pursues, persecutes: ainlean ┐ díobháidh íad a bhfeirg persecute and destroy them, Lamentations iii 66 . Part. of necess. dá lot níor ainnleanta air / gairbhghleannta cnoc . . . `they would not need to pursue him to plunder . . .', TD 18.32 .

ainlenmain

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vn. of ainlenaid act of persecuting; persistence, importunity: sáor mé . . . om lucht ainleanmhuna, Ps. xxxi 15 . do rinne an námhad m'anam do ainleanmhain, clxiii 3 . le hainleanmhain liosda féin, Desid. 2705 .

ainleóc

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x see fainleóc.

ainlesach

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adj (lesach):

(a) very profitable: lainn .i. solus no taithnemach, ut est annlesach cach lainn lochta gáisse .i. in firleasach, O'Dav. 1184 .

(b) unprofitable: cach lesach .i. . . . nip anlesach .i. ni thig olc de, O'C. 477 ( H. 3.18, 248 ).

ainlettrom

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n (lettrom) oppression: a nderrnatar Goill dolcaib ┐ da.¤ ar na feraib sin, ALC ii 462.6 . tre ainleatrom na bpeacach, Ps. lv 3 .

ainliad

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n (? líud): níor bh' ainliadh uirre in t-aingel `the visit of the angel was no reproach to her' (of Mary) (: Gaibhrial), Aithd. D. 49.12 .

ainlíamain

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n (líamain) unfitting espousal: re hóigh mbinnríoghna nach earradh ainliamhna, Aithd. D. 72.1 and n.

ainm

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x see ainmm.