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.

ainmde

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x see ainmmde.

ainmebair

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n (mebair) forgetfulness: na bídh ar ainmeabair ann / sil na crann failmemhail find unremembered, Ir. Texts ii 31.2 . a n-imthus ní hanmebair, Met. Dinds. iii 232.74 . can ainmebair, 418.8 .

ainmech

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adj o, ā (ainim) having a blemish, disfigured, maimed: ni dligidh fer ailes ni diarraidh mad a.¤ , Laws ii 180.5 Comm. ecnaithi gach nainmhech, iv 384.27 Comm. dímhes gach n-ainmhech, Ériu xiii 15.15 . bit a.¤ cech duni every man will be blemished, RC xxvi 36 § 180 . ō mbeith fēin ainmhech easbadhach, ML² 1948 . gé mad eslán a.¤ hé, RC xxiv 375.29 . is fearr linn . . . ar rí do bheith ainmheach ioná a éag, Keat. ii 3138 . combtar bithainmhigh go an écc, Hugh Roe 288.15 (fo. 76a) . brosna bodhbha biothainmheach `permanently spoiled' (of wounded men), MR 274.9 . In cheville: mod n-a.¤ (: Laignech), LL 6224 . As adv. go hainmeach, Laws v 202.y Comm. bia in t-anum co ha.¤ de, ZCP vi 268.12 .

(b) In active sense pointing to a blemish, insulting (causing a blemish?): cosc n-a.¤ .i. ainimh dferthain uirri, O'D. 928 ( H. 3.17, c. 658a ). doer cach daor a.¤ , 878 (ib. 393b). radh n-ainbeach, O'C. 457 ( H. 3.18, 243ab ). labrad n-a.¤ , Laws v 146.8 Comm. intamail a.¤ aithisech `reviling comparison', MR 124.13 . rusn-esert co nglamaib anmechaib (sic leg.), Dinds. 32 ( RC xv 335.4 ).

áinmech

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x see áinbech.

1 ainmed

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vn. of ainmid act of drawing attention to a blemish (esp. by satire); satirising; blemish: cin tengad di air di anmet (sic), Laws i 238.12 . colpdach ina eneclann dia air dia a.¤ , iv 352.5 . dia sarughudh, dia ésain dia a.¤ , 346.9 . athgabail treisi . . . im ainme[d] im ecnadach `slandering', i 174.29 . ainmheadh gnuisi. Ériu xiii 44.26 . dogensa t'a.¤ , Dinds. 21 ( RC xv 319 ). fiarfaigis . . . cia dīre doberar inn-ainmedh ┐ inn-āir cen c[h]inta, ZCP vii 300.20 . in drúi . . . d'a.¤ ríg Beirre, Met. Dinds. ii 68.35 . cen m'a.¤ fom' adabair, iii 62.104 . ainsed .i. ainmhedh nó imdergad, O'Dav. 15 . fota in t-a.¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 156.12 . ainfedh .i. ainmeach, O'C. 969 (H. 3.13, 416). Name of a type of satire: lanaír ┐ ainmedh ┐ gláim díceand (among the ten sub-divisions of aircetal aíre), BB 299a28 (cf. Jn. Celt. Stud. i 201 ); 'lampooning' EIS 53 § 4 .

2 ainmed

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n imdai tri n-anmed ind rig `room of the three lampoon- ers', BDD 121 . Dris, Draigen ┐ Aittít tri anmed (leg. anmid or anmeda, ed.) ind ríg, ib. `Perh. for ónmit buffoon', Plummer MS notes.

ainméin

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adj (2 méin): dá mbeath ainmhéin at ollamh `if thy ollave be angry', O'Hara 2157 .