airbertach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbertach or dil.ie/1623

adj o, ā (airbert)

(a) practised, skilled, ingenious, accomplished: is a.¤ isind fiss nua (glossing airbertad naiss), RC xxvi 52 n.4 . clanda airbertacha Iacob, BB 238b10 . don droing náir oirbheartaigh fhéil, DDána 117.11 . Of warriors expert, dexterous: fer ansergach . . . airctech, airbhertach (of Caesar), CCath. 350 . sluag a.¤ , MR 214.21 . na honchoin oirbertacha, SG 271.10 . lámh oirbheartach lé mbí ar mbágh, A. Ó Dálaigh xviii 4 . ionnsoighidh aindiúid a.¤ , Hugh Roe 298.1 (fo. 78a) . In bad sense: an demhon oirbhertach wily, BNnÉ 67 § 106 . As adv. ar caithim a aisi gu . . . aithesach oirbertach `profitably', AU iii 340.9 . As subst. oirbhertach an eccna uill (of St. Maedóc), BNnÉ 253 § 209 . As n.pr. a.¤ . . scailes sūithi, ZCP iii 23.11 .

(b) In sense derived from airbert biuth: a scela cain- airbertacha ar bith stories of their good mode of life, BB 497b33 (IT ii2 105.14). iasc a.¤ a mbith doib, 496a 31 (ib. 101.20 ). cat[h]lac[h] .i. catholicus gréc .i. uniuersalis a laitin .i. aen-a.¤ , H 3.18, p. 633 .

See also under airbertnugud, airnbertach.

airbertad

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(airbert) Perh. rather vn. of ar-berta (see airmert): immusbé fadéin . . . a.¤ naiss (Néde to Ferchertne) `an expression of new wisdom', RC xxvi 52 § 284 .

airbertas

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n (airbert): Aodh ba sóamh díobh ar aoí n-aoisi gion gur bó hé ar aoi noirbertais `with respect to prowess', FM vi 1916.7 . See also airnbertas

airbertna

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbertna or dil.ie/1626

n (g s.?): dlegar don chat cona heirgither bairgin a.¤ lais ona lochtaib, O'Dav. 918 . Cf. airbertnaigid.

airbertnad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbertnad or dil.ie/1627

n = airbertnugud: cin airbertnud foesma without pleading protection, O'D. 45 (H. 3. 17, c. 40). a.¤ .i. inisin ut est ma ro airbertnaigh in bidhbadh a turbaidh, O'C. 1461 ( H. 3.18, 650b ).

airbertnaigid

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Forms: airbert(n)ugud

v (airbert) Meaning uncertain in: is medhōn aratairberat (.i. airbertnaighit) ina cethra so ciasanechtar foferthar work, operate(?), Anecd. v 24.18 . isechtair in duine airbertnaighit na hernaile faillsigugud in coiri do impó oc dénum in aircetail, 26 n.2 . intan isa cethbliadain ra airbertnaigh ria . . . cid fota gur airbertnaighthea ria, O'D. 2366 ( Rawl. B. 506 fo. 43b ).

In Laws Comm. usually translated offers as excuse, pleads (so also Laws Gloss.): ma ro airbertnaighestair nech dia muintir a comairce ina égmais `if one of his people pleaded his protection in his absence', Laws iv 230.13 Comm. man[i] ro airbertnaig a faesam, i 100.5 Comm. ni ro airbhertnaigh cur gabhadh athgabhail, 194.4. Comm. munur airbertnuigh in breiteamnus do breith, ii 334.4 Comm. damad i in turbaid sin ro airbertnaiged, iii 394.7 Comm. nir airbertnaigh nach ac elod ro bi, 430.28 Comm. tacra la fear nad airbir a leass a n-airecht .i. tagra laisin fear nad airbertnaigenn a leas uodein isin airecht, v 252.27 Comm. intan ro airbertnaiged riu cona bu dir do[ib] fechemnus do dénum, O'D. 1658 (H. 5.15, p. 22b) `it was pleaded against them that they were not qualified', Plummer MS. notes. dia nairbertnaighe na haidhe achtrann amaille ris in ngalur . . . is athchor . . . ar do muin- athar is dia ceilt ro airbernaig, O'C. 2307 ( Eg. 88, 23b ).

Vn. airbert(n)ugud.

airbert(n)ugud

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vn. of airbertnaigid: iar n-a.¤ n-airm (crotadh v.l.) shaking , Alex. 25 . With cath giving battle(?): ba fri luad síd ┐ córa . . . ┐ ni fri hairbertnugud catha, Alex. 762 (ba hoc airbertach cora ní bu og airbertach catha budesin v.l.). oc airbertugud in chathaigthi, 721 (oc tairbert, v.l.). Note also: dosfecait leomain . . . oc airbertnugud na slóg ┐ for díchlannad in catha, Alex. 734 (oc airbertugh (sic) in catha ┐ for dithugud in sluaigh v.l.). feghe ┐ feallsamhnacht ┐ airbertugad miled military prowess , 488b20 (Alex.).

? airbeth

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ind faithfe .i. airbheth, O'C. 509 ( H. 3.18, 258 ).

airbiad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbiad or dil.ie/1631

n (biad) obligatory service of a tenant in providing food for his lord (see ZCP xiv 336 ): aurbiath flatha cedamus is ruidles la Fene, O'C. 53 ( H. 3.18, 19a ). ruidlesa tuaithe . . . aurbiat[h] flatha, ZCP xiii 19.30 `das Nähren des Herrn (die Naturalleistungen an den Herrn)', Bürgschaft 6 . forran flatha fri haigillne nairbidh, O'C. 2253 ( Eg. 88 18(19)d ). asé fortuing cach nimreasain . . . umm airbiad . . . .i. uman uasal biadh, O'D. 517 ( H. 3.17, c. 420 ). ogh n-airbid o comarbaib, Laws v 432.20 . cach forcraid nairbid, ii 354.3 Comm.

airbiathad

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vn. of ar-biatha act of nourishing, feeding: oc a.¤ sainte, Wb. 29b18 . oc a.¤ fer nErend oc tain na mbó a C., IT ii2 226.3 . ar caitín diar n-a.¤ , Lism. L. viii 22 . tir focraiche no airbiata .i. orba gaibther o flaith no o eclais mensal lands, Laws iv 48.2 ( Stud. in E. Ir. Law 156 ). airbiathadh na spreidi, 22.31 Comm.

airbiathaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbiathaid or dil.ie/1633

x see ar-biatha.