aintengthaid

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n (tengae) lit. tongueless person; hence perh. one not skilled in legal procedure: feithem fri hantenguidh, O'D. 2215 (Nero A vii, 148a). airecht fodesin . . . antengtaid ardafeth, ZCP xii 360.10 .

aintenn

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adj (1 tend) arrogant: briathar uaibhreach ainteann Néill, Content. xiv 42 . saoithe ainteann allmurdha, Keat. Poems 1014 . bean annteann, Párl. na mB. 441 . See amthend.

aintes

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n (2 tess) excessive heat: chum innfhuartha ainntesa in cridhe, O'Gr. Cat. 232.3 . in t-ainntes d'isliugadh ┐ in morgadh d'innarbadh (of treating fever), RC xlix 40 § 12 . scuir ó fheirg ┐ léig dhíot ainteas ` wrath ', Ps. xxxvii 8 .

aintestach

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n (ainteist) unreliable witness: ar bhréigsgeulaibh ainteastach, Keat. i 10.24 . go bhfeudfadh ainteastach breug do reic ris, 12 . innisin sceul ainteasdach do bhí fuathmhar d'Éirinn ┐ aineolach i n-a seanchus `false witness', 74.5 .

aintestas

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(a)n quality of an ainteist: ma deithbirius a liud fair im andtestus, Laws v 460.33 Comm. dainí (sic) esinnraic de ┐ is ecen do cumal andtestais ┐ arra andtesta, O'D. 2341 ( Rawl. B 506, 38a ). cred ar son a fuil cumal an anntesta[i]s? . . . cia beres an cumal anntestais? . . . ata an cumal sin on ainnteist, O'C. 1964-5 (H. 4.22, 12). cia thsaoras in teist in nannteist . . . ar fiacha, ni thsaorann ar cumal an anntestais . . . ┐ an cumal sin is ar cethraime vii. cumala ata, 2576 -7 ( Eg. 88 fo. 48(49)d ).

n (b) bad reputation: atáit a secht déc doberaid anntestus du duine .i. . . . doberait drochtestus do duine a mbeith air, O'Gr. Cat. 97.11 .

Ainticríst

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Forms: Aintcríst

pn m. Also Aintcríst Antichrist: amail aimsiges int aintcrist indi cāich (of the devil), ZCP xii 368.18 . an tainticríosd . . . morán d'ainnticríosduibh, 1 John ii 18 . sgél ainntecrisd annso . . . Diabul . . . a curp daena .i. antecrist, Lism. L. xix 19 . Cf. ainchríst.

aíntige

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n (aíntech) abstemiousness: tuc dam áintighe iar croes, Ir. Lit. 22.6 .

aintigernamail

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adj (tigernamail) tyrannical: t'impirdacht ainti- gernamhail ainbreathach féin, De Contemptu 1945 .

aintír

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n (tír) bad land, useless land: andomain . . . .i. ainm antire [.i.] moin ┐ lothrach, O'C. 123 ( H. 3.18, p. 75a ).

aintirmach

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n (tirmach) great drought: robharta ro thesbaigh ┐ eallscoth aintiormaigh, FM v 1680.8 .

aintreise

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n (1 treise) weakness: ní h-éister rem' aintreisi, Misc. Celt. Soc. 332.28 . mun fhaisnéiseadh m'a.¤ , Ó Bruad. iii 56.2 . oppression, tyranny: ainntreisi a thigerna, BNnÉ 109 § 39 .