ainmne

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Forms: a., ainmnedha

n nt, gender uncertain in O. Ir., see Thurn. Gramm. p. 208 . Later f. a.¤ (g s. id. n p. id. and ainmnedha), IGT Decl. § 3 . See Vendr. Lex., Lochlann ii 208 .

(a) patience, forbearance: is hécen a.¤ occo gl. per patientiam expectamus, Wb. 4a26 . a.¤ do chach fria chéile, 27b17 . a.¤ frim peccad, 28a14 . remcaissen ┐ ainmnet (g s.), Ml. 114a18 . iar n-ainmnit cen digail fora naimtea `after patient waiting without punishing His enemies', 83a8 . na dene ainmnit gl. noli in tua patentia sustinere, 55a1 . inna ainmnetea gl. patientias, Ml. 99a5 (an artificial pl. formation, Thurn. Gramm. loc. cit.). dech cecha áilche a.¤ , LL 294a39 . a.¤ cen debaid, Tec. Corm. § 1.4 . a.¤ a.¤ a Patraic . . . ropridchais dilgud tabair dilgud dún, LU 9763 ( RC vi 164.25 ). íar mórenmne ┐ iar mórṡóethar, Trip.² 3101 . trí maic beres féile do ainmnit, Triads 143 . celebrad cóir co n-ainmnit, Ériu ii 64 § 4 . a.¤ fri cech rēt cor imrāiter, ZCP iii 25.15 . rop forus [n-]ainmnet an abode of patience (of a ruler), Críth Gabl. 529 and n. maniba t'ainm- net . . . nut scaílfeth nert cumachta Dé, Trip.² 860 (g s.? manibit ainmnit (.i. ciúin) v.l.; cf. ainmnet .i. ciuin (quoting this passage), O'Dav. 189 ). do-gní a.¤ has patience: lúagh na hainmne[t] doronnai in gilla(i) forsin fairgi, SCano 142 ( Anecd. i 5.21 ). cé dogēnsam a.¤ uime though we are(?) patient about it, Arch. iii 295 § 22 . doronsad a.¤ co cend tri la, BB 266a24 . mo chean do-rinne an a.¤ , DDána 120.21 .

(b) forbearance from food, abstinence: ba a.¤ ara mbeba (.i. do ítaid atbath .i. do lugu digi), ACC § 82 ( RC xx 266 ). ra threic a chraes ar anmne, ib. ara ainmni ┐ ar a oene, § 121 (ib. 400 ). ró aslacht foraib a.¤ do dénum ó theirt co hesbartain, Trip.² 2790 . atá sund lūag th'a.¤ seo, Ériu i 46.8 . a.¤ ara tibertar fochraic, Lism. L. 4406 .

ainmnech

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adj o, ā (ainmne) patient: bēl a.¤ urnaigthech, Arch. iii 234 § 9 ( Aithd. D. 61.9 ).

ainmnetach

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adj o, ā (ainmne) patient, forbearing: a.¤ gl. patiens, Ml. 58c14 . mad a.¤ (ainnetach, MS.) fondamtar inna imneda, 46d4 . amal rombo a.¤ oc fulung fochide nó combad ainmn- [etich] oc indnidiu laithi brátha `as He was patient . . . so that ye should be patient', Wb. 26b7 . frecra n-a.¤ , Triads 174 . fear mor trebar . . . ainmneatach, BB 427b51 . isat anmnetaig ┐ nidat derchoi[n]tig, Alex. 839 . fri gach sāeth bat ainmn- edach, ZCP vii 312 § 24 . ba hidan umal a.¤ , PH 3305 . As subst. tri tuarascbalai gach nainmnedaigh, Triads 189 v.l.

ainmthine

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x see ainbthen.

? ainmt(h)ir

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ind ni buidh ainmthir .i. ni trocaire, O'C. 1473 ( H. 3.18, 653 ) = ni buid animtir .i. ni troca[ire], 1295 (ib. 538 b).

ainndíada

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x see aindíada.

áinne

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n see Vendr. Lex. ring, circuit . According to Pokorny, ZCP xxvi 4-7 , also anus, podex, posterior: ánne gl. anellus, Sg. 47b12 . fuath lochad landai lordai / fuath na n-ainne erordai, SR 5432 (ref. to quorum posteriora, etc., Kings vii 25 , Pokorny). a.¤ .i. cūairt. Ueteres .i. na sendāini enim ponebant an pro circum, unde dicitur annus .i. blīadain .i. fa c[h]ūairt bīs an bliadain, Corm. Y 14 .

Cf. fáinne.

ainnel

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Forms: ainnli

n ā, f. ainneal .c. (ainneall .l.) f. (g s. and n p. ainnli), IGT Decl. § 54 . swallow: mar ḟandaill, TBC 1301 = aindli, St. rioth na hainnle a ionnshamhail, DDána 53.13 . ag uigh ainnle, IGT Decl. ex. 1380 . bíd ar bélaibh cluic san chill / cuid dá hénaibh let ainnill (.l.), ex. 1384 . munar aithrigh lón dá ḟleidh / caithfidh a hól le hainlibh, ex. 1364 . luas ainnli nó feirbe, CF 562 . otrach na háinle, TSh. 79 .

Cf. fannall.

ainnem

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Forms: ainnimh

n o, m. ainneamh (ón fásach) m. (g s. and n p. ainnimh), IGT Decl. § 11 . See under 2 and 3 fásach: ainniomh .i. fásach, O'Cl. cóig doirrsi ar dhaingean Duinn Chúan / do bhoingsi a hainneamh a ḟíadh, IGT Decl. ex. 1362 = as a a.¤ ḟíadh, 410 . ar aighthibh delbh do ḟás ainnemh, ex. 411 ( Magauran 1195 ). ar ccur as na n-aingiol ccruthach / fa hainneamh glas suthach suairc, ex. 445 ( DDána 41.6 ). as míonghar do ḟás a ainneamh / tre lár (chlár v.l.) díthramh ndoireadh, ex. 874 .

ainner

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x see ainder.

ainnert

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n (nert) great strength, violence: méd ansmachta ┐ annirt, TFrag. 184.22 . do theith tre ainneart by force, Jer. xlviii 45 . Note also: re haimhneart na dtonn with the violence of the waves, Acts xxvii 41 .