achtálta

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adj (achtáil) active: in betha actalta a menma (sic leg.) i n-ar ┐ i mbuain do-gres, PH 3548 .

achtam

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n (ON aktaumr, Bidrag 90 ): braces of a sail: ō tā eibil go h-ac[h]tam (actum, actuaim, achtuaim, v.ll.) `from clew lines to braces', ML² 685 and note.

achtrann

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x etc. see echtrann.

achtuaimm

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x see achtam.

achtugad

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n vn. of 2 achtaigid act of stipulating, making a con- dition; stipulation, condition: da raib a.¤ orra is a nic amlaidh, Laws iii 152.16 Comm. ma ta a.¤ airithe air eturru `if there be a particular stipulation respecting it between them', 270.1 Comm. ┐ a.¤ ice uil and, ii 374.25 Comm. mas achtudh a coraib bel is a beth ar [in] achtudh sin, v 188.28 Comm. in clann ro rine rias in achtugadh `the children whom he begot before the stipulation', iii 309.24 Comm.

Cf. echtugad.

? achu

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n fuagair do na tigeadh don tigh o teid no gu cumusgti ogham ┐ a.¤ re cheile, Ériu xi 190.32 .

achucán

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x see uchacán.

achúine

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x see accaíne.

acían

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x see ocían.

1 aclaide

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adj io, iā, gentle, kind (See Lochlann ii 202 ): aclaidhe .i. mín nó séimh, O'Cl. a.¤ fer imclaen aighedcaemh ac- laidhi, BB 427b2 . a Anna chaoin a.¤ mhín tsuairc, Hard. i 347.1 . d'fhuighlibh acluidhe, `in gentle words', Dán Dé xx 19 .

2 aclaid(e)

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n (Lat. loanword) acolyte: acolytus .i. aclaidhe, Ir. Gl. 456 . acloid adannuigh caindle la salmcedlaidh sceo cleirech co coruinn, O'Don. 2192 ( Nero A vii 133b ).