? 1 achain

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n atnaig 'ca n-achain (adnaich oca n-agallaim, v.l.) `began urging them', RC xiii 96.2 . Cf. accaíne.

2 achain

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x see fochonn.

achaire

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x see aichre.

achar

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x see aicher.

acher

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x see aicher.

achlán

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x see uchlán.

achlann

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n a.¤ Bhanba an faraire tréin-nirt `hero of B.', E. O'Rahilly 64.80 .

achmusán

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x etc. see athchomsán, etc.

achned

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x see aithchned.

achraid

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x see ad-cuirethar.

achrann

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Forms: eachrann

n o, m. Also eachrann.

(a) thicket, tangled undergrowth (the orig. meaning, O'Rahilly, Sc. G. St. i 34 ): i measg dhrisleach nó acharainn na gcoillte, Trompa na bhF. 6861 . do theigéamadh i laithigh nó i ndris nó i gcloich nó i n-achrann éigin oile é, TSh. 10421 . In phr. i n-achrann entangled hence firmly fixed : i n-achrann ionna gcroíthibh, Trompa na bhF. 116 . ag sin an peacadh i n-achrann i n-bhar n-anma, 560 . dochum bhūr gcongmhāil i n-achrann ┐ i nglasaibh aige féin, 4346 .

(b) strife, dissension: plé, clampar ┐ achrann, Trompa na bhF. 757 . feidhim dhlighe achrann (eacrann, achruinn v.l.) ná pléid, 7528 . buairt ┐ achrann, 3276 . eachrann uadha ní hannamh éilmhighthear `not seldom is he challanged to fight'(?), Ó Bruad. i 80.y . an uile achrann . . . a réighteach every dispute, E. O'Rahilly xxxii 41 .