aipchecht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipchecht or dil.ie/1563

n = aipche: in aibchecht, in aibghecht, IGT Abstr. Nouns § 30 .

aipchige

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipchige or dil.ie/1564

n = aipche: do bhadar na hubhla ag tuitim . . . ar a n-aibchighe, ITS xvi 94.4 .

aipéil

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipéil or dil.ie/1565

Forms: aipél

adj (?ad + bél. See Vendr. Lex. (apéle), and Lochlann ii 221 ). Also aipél. quick, sudden: do bhásaibh aibéile obanna, TSh. 5438 . is aibeil do fregradar, Duan Finn. i 13.52 . Perh. also (with infl. of Engl. able): lé bfétar misi do dhenamh aibél do ghabháil thoraidh an ts[a]othair `which may make me able so to profite', Carswell 195.5 . Compar. cid ullamh rainic cach, luait[h]i ┐ lanaibeile (luaithe lanaibhele v.l.) rainic Fergus, TBC St. 923 = luathium con arnic F., TBC 1035 . As adv. dichuir hi co haibeil (= citius), ITS xxix 150.2 . fuaraidh sin co haibeil (cito refrigerat), Rosa Ang. 60.8 . cin a nindsaighedh co hollamh ┐ co hapel, ALC i 616.1 . cuiris fios go fíoraibéil ar cend C., BNnÉ 234 § 151 . docuaidh Gyi . . . mur a roibhi Feilis co fíraibeil `went directly', ZCP vi 26.6 . do theith co hurrlum aibeil, St. Ercuil 1518 . dá fhuadach go haibéil, TSh. 5222 . Cf. aidbéil.

aipéile

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipéile or dil.ie/1566

Forms: abéla

n (aipéil). Also abéla.

(a) quickness, suddenness: tre aibele a bais, Aisl. Tund. 121.6 = oibne, 94.2 . is mo is leor a aibeili teit a neach arambi sin deg, 23 P 10 ³, 52b21 .

(b) flattery, adulation: is aire emnas in cetfocul ar abéla no ar lainni in molta, RC xx 144.1 (ACC). ar lainne in mholta no ar aibéile ráidh .i. ar luatháir ┐ deismirecht eile air: ro bhoi in chú ag aibeile frinn .i. ag luathghair, O'C. 1467 ( H 3.18, p. 651 ). techta fer talman . . . do abela fri beolu Alaxandair, BB 491b10 = do buidechus ┐ do bennachad A., Alex. 374 . ar apéli dognétis comchétfaid dó, PH 6991 . cen sí n-apeli, ZCP i 465.3 . dimmda d'a bethaid cipe / cesacht ┐ áibele, Lib. Hymn. i 83.z ( LB 238 marg.).

aipélaigid

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v (aipéile) flatters: mairg abelaiges do dháinib, LB 12 marg. inf.

aipélugud

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipélugud or dil.ie/1568

vn. of ad-béligedar, Thurn. Reader. act of flattering; adulation: apelugud ho belaib ┐ fomraid hi cridiu, Ml. 31a1 . inna n-apelaigthe gl. adulatorum, 28a8 . briathra abelaichthi leu, 74a6 . apelaigthe gl. adulationis, Sg. 45b5 . sainreth do maccaib apélogud `caressing', 6 . cia beth ind apélugud, 7 . no bítis . . . ic abélugud fris, Alex. 545 .

aipgigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipgigid or dil.ie/1569

Forms: aipigid, apaigid

v (apaig). Also aipigid, apaigid.

(a) becomes ripe, matures: ni apgitet toirthi, Arch. iii 315.29 . an uair . . . abuidheas an cháor, Is. xviii 5 . intan aipgiges a sotha ina bruinn when its offspring matures, CCath. 4143 . nír abaigh a feoil nā ḟuil fa Eóin, ZCP viii 562.11 . uasal d'aibigh ó ríghthibh é `a noble sprung from kings', E. O'Rahilly 42.17 . réilteann d'aibigh d'fuil Éibhir Fhinn `a star sprung from the blood of E.F.', 23 . bláth ar n-olc sul aibghigheas, DDána 11.15 .

(b) ripens (trans.): aibidhit na ranna neime sin tortha, RC xxiv 379.1 . a cur ar na nescóidib ┐ aipighidh ┐ brisidh iatt(t) `it brings them to a head and makes them break', O'Gr. Cat. 228.5 . mesruidhi se in fliuchaidacht, ┐ aipighi, Rosa Ang. 88.z . is ed aibgiges a mbescna do chach (aipgidhes v.l.), Auraic. 351 = aipcidhius, 2712 .

aipgigud

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipgigud or dil.ie/1570

u, m. vn. of aipgigid. act of ripening, maturing: dind apchugud gl. de autumatione (fructum), Thes. ii 26.40 ( BCr. 37b4 ). do cer mes riana aipechad, O'C. 471 ( H. 3.18, 247 ). a Chriosdaighe, déana na hubla daibchíugheadh annois, ITS xvi 94.3 . mar ubhla ar n-abghughadh, DDána 114.17 . d'éis a aibchighthi as é ad lāimh, Ériu viii 195 § 3 . go haip- gheaghadh dá ghruaidh ghil, TD 13.43 . apghaghadh, 38 . do mhac ochta ar n-aibghioghadh, PBocht 80.27 . co haip- dioghadh m'fhoglomae, ZCP ii 352.29 . a Chuinn . . . an ret aibgheaghadh agam, DDána 105.24 . ata brig aipigthe diansgailtech ina premuibh `ripening . . . force', Rosa Ang. 218.15 (or leg. aipigtheach?).

aipht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipht or dil.ie/1571

n aptote : nī berar a haipht namma | acht mad aenbhrīgh ainmneda 'in an aptote only the single nominative force is given' Celtica ii 280 § 6 .

aipigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipigid or dil.ie/1572

x see aipgigid.

aipigthech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. aipigthech or dil.ie/1573

n (cf. aipgigid) maturing, bringing to a head: brigh . . . aipightheach (property of a medicament), 23 K 42, 361.11 . aipigheach, 434.13 . neithi aipighteca `maturatives', Rosa Ang. 198.23 .