airairgna

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airairgna or dil.ie/1592

adj (airgnae): ón chocetul erérgna gl. concentu egregio, Lib. Hymn. 71 gl. 36 . Emain airirgna `very conspicuous', Met. Dinds. i 10.68 .

airaithmet

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x see uraithmet and foraithmet.

airamnas

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adj (amnas) very fierce: mor n-eirriud n-eramnas dorochratar, Alex. 138 .

airamra

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adj (amra) very wondrous: tucaid . . . / uaib aitire n- eramra, SR 3586 . orrigai (erruda, v.l., IT ii2 97 ) . . . eramrai, Alex. 173 .

? airannsa

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adj (1 ansa) very difficult. Compar.: airiunnsu rálaib harder of fulfilment than (all) desires, ZCP xvii 200 § 5 = airunsur álaib, LU 10043 .

airard

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adj (ard) very high, tall: fossad a.¤ airdirech, LL 4433 . tellach . . . irard airísel, Aisl. MC 95.26 . dar senbennaib . . . sléibhe uraird Elpa, CCath. 398 . co druim n-urard nEogh- abhail, Cog. 86.15 . Durad urard ainglidi / risa n-abar Ard cuille, Anecd. ii 23 § 12 . fegaid Teach Mairise . . . ard aniar irard atúaidh, Met. Dinds. i 20.99 . carput . . . co creitt n-uraird, Comp. Con C. 100.20 . óclach seta fata n-a.¤ , TBC 5170 . rosc mbrecht n-urard (irard, ereard, erard, v.l.) i n-a chind, TBC 5323 . rosc n-airárd n-adanta, LL 253a45 . echrada . . . aurardai, BDD² 452 . co pudrallaib imgerra urardda, MU² 773 . Of sound: airlabra a.¤ , 750 . Fig. coṅgraim n-écside ite erarda very important , TBC 4381 . Adv. atomregar . . . co herard, Aisl. MC 83.27 . As n.pr.: [A]urard (Irard, v.l.) Mac Coissi, Anecd. ii 42 ff. Hence in n.loc. Cluain Iráird Clonard, Hog. Onom. 265 . As subst. high ground, eminence: i n-urard na tulcha, TBC 5220 . upper part: is amlaid ros- uidhiged lathrach in tighi sin .i. leith[red] fóa fotúaidh ┐ a urard anes, RC xv 282 § 26 (Dinds.). In grammar apparently the condition of a word with the vowel a added to the stem e.g. of fer it is said: ni airecar a urard .i. fera, Auraic. 1798 (= a forard, 1997 ).

airasda

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adj = airassa: a bheith urasda do chum peacadh . . . do mhaitheamh san mbaisdead very ready to forgive sins, Luc. Fid. 233.19 . tre bheith urasda fan bpein uile do mhaitheamh, 234.10 . mar sin is furasda an eagluis . . . d'fhaicsin, Eochairsg. 12.36 .

airassa

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airassa or dil.ie/1599

Forms: airis(s)a, urus(s)a, urus

adj (2 assae). Also airis(s)a, urus(s)a, urus, etc. Cf. 1 usa. See Éigse ix 162 . (very) easy: cain airlicthe ni aurasu a coccae- lad la Fene ┐ libru, Laws v 370.9 . nī hairisa ōn, Corm. Y 447 = hirasa, Corm. 16.30 . ni haurussa damsa . . . comrac fri banscáil, LU 6086 (TBC). nir bo irusa a ḟrithalim, TFerbe 304 . nipsa rochrúaid nipsa ro irusa, Tec. Corm. p. 16 n.12 . co nach urusae d'ainglib / breith a anma o demnaib, ZCP vii 310.z . erusa a cur de, O'Dav. 782 . dob' urusa linne óig . . . do chur leat-sa, ML 44.5 . ba hurussa a haltram, Ériu iv 22.5 . ní hobair urusu sin, 174 § 1 . ni horsa a thurium `it is not easy to reckon . . .', Cog. 60.19 . mar as urasa a thuigsin, Desid. 866 . 'na chéim urusa `to be an easy step', Studies 1919, 257 § 12 . urusa n-agallma easy (of access), affable, ZCP ii 336.12 . dob uras dūinn chomhrádh fada do dhénamh, Mac Aingil 434 . uras damh a dhéanamh soin, Arch. Hib. i 93 § iii . Perh. also: ni hord erosa: is rabeōda intī fil and it is no easy task, TBC² 2157 (or to be referred to airis?). Compar. connach airissa a caithiugud (leg. cairiu- gud?) oldas a molad, BCrólige 57 ( O'Dav. 475 ). do b'usa ina sin, ITS xix 60.14 . With DI: is aurusaide brethemnus fair iarum, O'C. 839 ( H. 3.18, 383a ). Adv. go hurasa (who utter oaths) lightly , Parrth. Anma 2333 . co hurusa, ITS xix 60.13 .

airathchor

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n (athchor) (lit. re-expulsion ): urathcur ┐ urgabail a n-anala expiration of their breath, MR 256.23 .

airbacc

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n (1 bacc) crook, crotch, angle: a.¤ giunnae `frontal curve of tonsure', Ériu x 130 ff. cu airbaccaib a dá ochsal, MU² 645 .

airbach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbach or dil.ie/1602

o, n. vn. formation from *ar-bong- breach; destruction, etc.: urbach ceathra worrying cattle (of dogs), Laws iv 122.4 Comm. arbach mbo, O'D. 1615 (H. 5.15, 13b). mór n-ergal mór n-erbach n-úag / mor tor trelmach fri imluad, SR 4673 . urbach Ulad .i. cach baili ba hail cairdi o Ulltaibh, isedh donithea; inn uir do thochailt re naigidh ┐ ba geis daibh dul tairrsi, O'D. 2303 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 30a4 ). in cet cairde do gneth itir Ulta ┐ Feniu dia mbai urbagh nUladh, O'C. 805 ( H. 3.18, 373a ). do dhenamh clodh a nDurmach / coná beith urbhach innti, Laud 615, 106 (Contribb.). seacht gclaidh- mhi ré cruadh-urbhach (: Lughdhach), BR 130.16 . airdairc ṅ-aerbach (cheville), LL 4911 . ?ba sí tiget ind áirbaig, LU 6511 = ba sé tiget a colla, TBC 2652 , cf. airbiuch, árbach.