ainmesc

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adj non-intoxicating (drink) (?): ainmesc .i. ni imḟulaing mescce 'it does not cause drunkenness' O'Mulc. § 106 , CMCS lix 25 . ammesc (leg. ainmesc) .i. ni imfuluing meisce CIH ii 621.17 (Dúil Dromma Cetta) .

ainmesraigid

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v (mesraigid): imdaigter linn ruad ina meid ┐ ainmesruidter ina cail is altered, Rosa Ang. 8.22 . aderaid daine gu morgann leann fuar ┐ leann dub isa gaili . . . ┐ gu nanmeasraigid na deathaighe eirgeas dib sin an craide disturb, 23 P 10³, 45b32 .

ainmíad

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n (míad) excessive pride, arrogance: hu anmiad gl. fastu, Ml. 82b3 .

ainmían

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n (1 mían) passion, lust, concupiscence: ó anmhian na colla, Mac Aingil 2629 . ar anmían an pheacuidh, 1604 . a lenmhuin ar nainmeine ┐ ar ndroch thoile féin, Carswell 91.22 . mh'ainmhiana ┐ mo dhubháilche, Desid. 1766 . nach inmheasta go dtréigfidhear Críost leis ar ainmhian san bhioth, TSh. 8008 (anmian v.l., see p. 494). an chuid díobh do lean d'á nainmhianaibh féin, Keat. i 58.21 . do ghlac ainmhian íad, Numb. xi 4 . seachuin . . . ainmíana na hóige, 2 Tim. ii 22 . srian ré gach ainmhian, Donl. 166.z . ainmíen ┐ ansmacht . . . an impire, Fl. Earls 118.z .

ainmíanach

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adj (ainmían) very desirous, lustful, greedy: an sinnach do bhí ainmhianach celgach `gross of appetite', SG 3.31 . briathra anmianacha `ribald', 44.10 . grádh ainmhianach na hantoile, TSh. 394 . do cholann ainmhianach féin, Desid. 2409 . a n-agaidh na colla . . . ainmíanaidhe, BCC 446.10 . As adv. dochuaidh [sí] go hainmhianach ar éalódh le Conall Cearnach ó rígh Laighean, Keat. ii 3339 .

ainmid

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Forms: ainmed

v (ainim) draws attention to a blemish; lampoons : ní ona ni ainmhe, Ériu xiii 17.20 . ón ré ro ainmestur in righ, Laws i 78.7 Comm. Vn. ainmed.

1 ainmide

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(cf. ainimm)

I Adj. having the breath of life, anim- ated, animal: in brigh ainmidhi animal force, RC xlix 33.6 . dúisceter lesin sraedaigh sin an brigh ainmidhe, O'Gr. Cat. 181.22 .

II Subst. m. living creature, animal, beast: animal .i. a.¤ , Ir. Gl. 976 . ni lamhadh duine na a.¤ dol a ngaire don loch, BNnÉ 168 § 2 . ainmhídhe darab ainm camaelion, Párl. na mB. 1515 . a ndiagh an ainmhidhe, Rev. xiii 3 . na huili ainmidhi muiridhe, RC xxviii 310 § 4 . na hainmhidea bréna .i. in nathair nemi etc., PH 7674 . ainmhedha bruidemla, BNnÉ 297 § 32 . rí na n-uile ainmhidheadh, TD 16.33 . See ainmin(n)t.

2 ainmide

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n (cf. prec.): dootar mucca ar macc . . . tría n-ain- midi, Trip.² 2323 `through their brutishness', Trip. 199 .

? 3 ainmide

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n = ainmige (ainmech): a shúil mall gan a.¤ `devoid of reproach' SG 241.6 .

4 ainmide

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adj (ainim?): ni renar nach ainim .i. aen dam no aen capall ┐ do neoch bes ainmid[e] doib chena defective(?), Laws ii 360.22 Comm. Cf. Stud. in E. Ir. Law p. 25 = dom- ainech, O'D. 300 ( H. 3.17, 235 ).

ainmidech

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adj (1 ainmide): muince craebdosach . . . certainmidh- ach (i.e. engraved or adorned with figures of animals), Caithr. Thoirdh. 63.36 .