airbiuch

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n in cethramad rand cethrachat loirgi . . . do a.¤ cliu gamna scamche `of the left front-part of a mangy calf', Hib. Min. 66 § 9 . d s. of airbach?

airbiur

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n (bir?): manip sceó mera mórgnimo merthar a.¤ mo chlaidib (rhet.), LU 5424 ( TBC² 947 , ZCP ix 143.25 ). Note also: carpat . . . cona thairbirib (airbhirib v.l.) níath, TBC 2630 . See tairbir.

airbolg

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adj mors Crunnmael erbuilc, AU i 114.1 = Builgg luatho, 108.4

airboth

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n (both) hut: in erbothaib flatha nime, LU 1401 . See also 1 úar compds.

airbras

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adj (bras) very strong: maic Feidlimid aird aurbrais, Met. Dinds. iii 78.2 . in goeth glas / aiges a n-ugra n-aurbras, IT iii 17 § 45 .

airbre

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x see 2 arbar.

airbrécad

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n (brécad) act of beguiling: do-rónadh aíbhnis . . . ina fiadnaise dá urbrégad, Comp. Con. C. 80.4 .

airbrech

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adj o, ā (airbre) having hosts, numerous: aire ard olla.¤ having great hosts, Bruchst. i 24 § 52 ( IT iii 57.5 ). renóin (? róen) a.¤ . . . hi toethsat tri M., Rawl. B 512, 105b31 (cited from Plummer MS. notes).

airbríathrad

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n (bríathar): no bíd . . . Conchobar oc a.¤ Conculainn `C. used to advise Cuchulainn', RC viii 54.22 ( LL 13400 ).

airbríg

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n (bríg): d'a.¤ . . . da phíanad ri gairgríg nGaídel to emphasize . . . his being punished, Met. Dinds. iv 110.48 . da bai gan airbrig adbail `great power', MacCarthy 314 § 5 .

airbrigid

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v (airbre) arrays, marshals: feib nosairbrig os rannaib, SR 271 .