2 airbe

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 airbe or dil.ie/1610

n name of some type of literary composition: `airbhe' is `fáth' da ainm d'aisde, Met. Gl. 29 § 52 . mina.¤ cerd .i. aisteda beca, LL 187b19 ( RC xxvi 24 § 83 ). airbhe .i. ainm aisde, O'Cl. Cf. muc(c)airbe.

3 airbe

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x see aurba.

airbéimnech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbéimnech or dil.ie/1612

n (béimmnech) great smiting: dochuaidh a nert asa lamhaibh risan uirbheimnech ┐ risan ttuarguin sin, RC xxix 130 § 40 .

? airbél

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n (bél): tri lorg línfíaclach o urbél co úae, LU 7276 = o ur bél co uoe, BDD² 909 .

1 airber

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n [ā, f.] See Lochlann ii 209 . armful, bundle: a.¤ .i. frit anair bere .i. eter do dī lāim ar is fort muin ere [n-]aile, Corm. Y 58 . airbhir .i. ualach bheireas duine idir a dhá láimh, O'Cl. gabais airbir dib fria ais (of clubs thrown as missiles ), TBC² 391 . cóic ṡéoit i n-osolggud a thige díchmairc colpdach i n-airbir, Críth Gabl. 212 . medón in tuimm luachra lee i n-airbir fo leith, Fing. R. 514 ( LL 271a12 ). tuc-som airbir bec oirthind fhota, PH 522 . Fig. cuilt ní saidhbhir 'mun Saidhbhsin / airbhir fhuilt ní hanaidhbhsigh, Magauran 1890 .

2 airber

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x see 2 arbar.

airbern

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n (bern) defect: nach a.¤ a aithgin fri eiric on ceili cia do-ragba airigiu[d], ZCP xiv 348.15 (= Laws ii 242.15 ). ní mó is a.¤ a rand oltás a thoitt `there is no more defect (in) the part than (in) the whole of it (i.e. the Sacrament)' (Plummer MS. notes), LB 257b54 . nī fil erbern de nach mathusa (sic) ann-som `there is no lack of any goodness in him', BColm. 6.6 . slat airbirn name of a metre , prob. so called because one of its lines is rhymeless, IT iii 104 § 204 , 145 .

airbernach

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adj o, ā (bernach) gapped, defective: is a.¤ a tochus tareisi a sabaill do loscadh, O'C. 539 ( H. 3.18, p. 266a ). nír bí an aiscidh a.¤ , BNnÉ 204.13 . is easbadach a leth eniclann uad . . . uair `beas a.¤ airilliudh arlen a leth', Laws v 50.y. Comm. = beas airbern a.¤ , 70.20 Comm. nách oirbhearnach í ag imtheacht (of a treasure-ship), TD 7.27 . an ré an uair as oirbhearnach waning , Aithd. D. 20.6 . foirne ón hoirbhear- nach m'amharc people whom I miss seeing (of the deaths of two patrons), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 113.68 . rob esbadhach uirbearnach ro bhattar, FM vi 1986.19 . ionnas nach beth an rém ríoghraidhe uirbhernach incomplete , Geneal. Tracts 98.7 .

airbernad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbernad or dil.ie/1618

Forms: oirbernachadh

vn. of airbernaid. oirbernachadh, IGT Verbs § 84 . act of diminishing; diminution, impairment: gan cert a shinnser do laghdughadh ná d'uirbhernadh fair fein, FM vi 2294.11 . la diabul fuiririud cin a.¤ , Laws iv 346.z Comm. ni lemtha a.¤ ar a cudich `this supply durst not be lessened', Cog. 50.5 . do thoit na haipgitrech dobeir frecra sound et ni da hurbernadh i.e. corresponds to the whole alphabet and not to a part only, Auraic. 3385 . tré áibnes in árdflaithis gan urberr- nad ag uasal Muircertach i.e. that M. had regained his supreme chieftainship entire, Caithr. Thoirdh. 120.15 . d'admh- áil ós áird . . . gan oirbhernadh (of religion), Desid. 5015 . Iosa do thoigheacht . . . gan oirbhearnadh a gloine na hiomláine, 6306 . ro benatar rannchuid ┐ uirbhernadh go fiū dā mīle corōin gacha mīssa de `fraction', Fl. Earls 178.31 .

airbernaid

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Forms: airbernaigid, airbernad

v (airbern). Also airbernaigid. IGT Verbs § 84 . makes a gap in, impairs, diminishes: ni uirberndand a eniclann uime, v 32.23 Comm. na airberntar fris eneclann indsin, O'C. 698 ( H. 3.18, 337 ). uair cidbé oirbhernus a ōighi aoinfecht ní hathnuaidh- ighter dó hi doridisi, Grail 2400 . co ro huirbhernaigh[edh] a nuasail ┐ co ro traothadh a ttreóin, FM vi 2072.8 .

Vn. airbernad. See ar-berna.

? airbernaig

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? airbernaig or dil.ie/1620

n (a s.): saoí gan imresain gan oirbernaigh ` reproach ', FM iv 672.11 (leg. -ad?).