aiprisce

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n , f. (aiprisc) brittleness, frailty: ar ecnairc . . . aprisci in adbhuir dian-ar-forcoimnacair, Ériu ii 122 § 62 . o aibrisci na nádúire daenda, De Contemptu 294 . ind aiprisci daonda gl. fragilitas humana, Rawl. B 512 68a (Plummer MS. notes). don foirind dogéntais imarbus tria a.¤ , PH 3181 . na ro- epletís i n-aprisce pecctha, 3036 . uair dob aitnid do a aipriscci ┐ a so[ch]loiti cusna pecthaib, Grail 3712 . ar aibrisge ┐ ar aithghiorra bhios gach én ní . . . da chriochnugh- adh leis how easily and in what short time it can be done (of printing), Carswell 19.1 .

aipriscecht

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n = aiprisce: d'foillsiughadh aibhriscachta na daenachta, Smaointe B. Chr. 2241 . o aibriscacht (= aibrisci, text) na nádúire daenda, De Contemptu 294 v.l. nach rachair tar mhes th'aibriscdheachta fein, ITS xxix 120.26 .

aipsint

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n absinth: iubur sleibhi ┐ fumiterra ┐ a.¤ , Ir. Texts v 1.3 .

aipthi

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x see apthi.

air

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conj. see 2 ar.

air-

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Forms: airard

prepositional prefix meaning before, for but later also with merely intensive force e.g. airard very high. Also occurs as er- (which in some cases may be for 2 ér- q.v.) ir- aur-, ur-, see Thurn. Gramm. p. 497 . For the various compounds see separate articles below.

airaccomol

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n (accomol) legal first binding, lien: uracomol cis neimid, Laws iv 6.10 `i.e. a (special) tribute to a `nemed' person is a first charge (on the land)', Plummer MS. notes.

airacrad

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vn. of airecraid: ro gabhsat for uracrad (urcrad v.l.) na long . . . of ḟochraib in tíre (of moving ships out of anchor- age), CCath. 1929 . a[c] cur (ic urachrad, icc uracradh v.l.) a lestur ó thír, 1424 .

? airadbul

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adj (adbul) very vast . Perh. in: fon aer eradbul, Cog. 180.24 . do lionadh Mumha uile do thola eradbhail, 40.4 . But pref. may be 2 ér-, q.v.

airaíbind

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adj (aíbind) very pleasant: ba huraibinn an t-inadh sin, CCath. 2879 . co Slíabh n-uráoibhinn nEachtghe, Buile S. § 44 . for cnoe ardmór uráibhind, Anecd. i 76.6 . na heich arda uaibrecha uraíbne, Comp. Con C. 100.26 . medair álainn uraíbhinn, 79.8 . Cf. aurain .i. eraibind, Fél.² xxx gl. 1 (3) . aurain .i. éraíbind, ccvii gl. 7 .

airaíbnius

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n (aíbnius) great delight: as uraibnius menman dam bith ica for n-accallaimh, CCath. 5131 . ra-hecrad tech n-óil ┐ air-aibniusa leis, CRR § 11 .