adaltair

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n (Lat. adulter): a.¤ .i. e. ab adulterio .i. ōn adaltras, Corm. Y 8 .

adaltrach

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(adaltair)

I As adj. o, ā adulterous: mná adaltracha, LU 2219 ( FA § 29 ). in t-í ro-p a.¤ co ru-b genmnaid, PH 5619 . dia mbat sáithech . . . bidat úallach, a.¤ , ZCP vii 298.17 .

II n As subst. m. and f. adulterer; adulteress: fornicarius .i. adhalltrach, Ir. Gl. 619 . do adhaltrachaib in betha, O'Dav. 121 . ar chor oile . . . chéastar an t-adhaltrach, TSh. 6482 . Fig. Mael-Sechlainn . . . a.¤ uallach Uisnigh proud adulterer (i.e. usurper) of U., MacCarthy 426 § 5 . In Laws freq. con- trasted with cémuinter in sense of second(ary) wife of lower status, see Stud. in E. Ir. Law 49 , 84ff. , ZCP xiv 375, xv 359 , Binchy, Ling. and hist. value of Irish law-tracts 219 ). fuil fearus cetmuindtir oc etach techta for adhaltraigh do taet for a ceand, Laws v 142.7 . is fiachach cach a.¤ do-t[h]et for cend cetmuintire, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 49 § 23 . as-renar laneraic . . . i cetmuinter . . . leithe(i)raic mad adaltracha (i n-adultrucha, v.l.) half eric when it is a question of secondary wives, 71 § 35 . meic na adaltraige urnadma . . . mac na adaltraige foxail, Cóic Con. Fug. 44 § 71 . a.¤ urnadma co macu, Ir. Recht 54.31 . in inbaid bis clann cetmuinntire ┐ fine, no clann cetmuinntire ┐ clann adaltraige, no clann cetmuinn- tire ┐ fear adaltraige gin clainn it da trian do clainn cetmuin- tire ┐ trian do cach æ dib so, 53 § ix . in a.¤ co macaib a roga di inn e a fer no a fine no a mac do-gena tobach di . . . in cetmuin- ter nochon-uil a roga di acht a fer do tobach, 59 § xiii . adaltracha iarna urnaidm, Laws v 480.17 . cor mna sech a celi .i. in a.¤ cen clainn, Laws i 52.32 Comm. tiucfaid in cetmuinnter fo coruib ┐ cidh adhaltrach hi, ticfaid a fear, v 226.11 Comm. arna tucthar cland a.¤ na ban taide don eclais, Laws iii 38.20 Comm.

adaltrannach

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(adaltair) = adaltrach.

I Adj. an bhean ádhal- trannach, Prov. vi 26 . an geinealach . . . adhaltrannach, Matth. xii 39 .

II n Subst. m. and f. suil an adhaltrannuigh, Job xxiv 15 . ar an adhaltrannaigh Bersabe, TSh. 5390 .

adaltrannas

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Forms: adaltarnas

n o, m. (adaltair) Also adaltarnas. adultery: in té dhénas adhaltrannas ré mnaói dhuine eile, Lev. xx 10 . is é shaluigheas an duine . . . adhaltrannas, Donl. 128.27 . an mac rug sí i n-adhaltrannas do Dháibhídh, TSh. 5391 . do chonn- airc me hadhaltrannuis ┐ do sheitreacha, Jer. xiii 27 . párdún ionna adhaltarnas, Trompa na bhF. 1354 .

adaltras

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Forms: adhaltras

n u and o, m. (adaltair). adhaltras (g s. and n p. -ais, -asa), IGT Decl. § 38 . adultery, fornication: fornicacio .i. adhalltras, Ir. Gl. 883 . ní a.¤ dúib, Wb. 3c12 . arna dich cách assa dligud in a.¤ , 9d24 . do cháidhiughadh adhaltrasa, Ériu xiii 16.32 . ni filet colai na adaltrasa línd, Alex. 891 . oc a.¤ committing adultery, Laws i 54.20 Comm. loch peca .i. cell a ndentar imot adaltrais ri hil-mnaib, v 122.6 Comm. cinnus bes in fer / co méd adaltrais adbail?, Ériu v 26.10 . na céimenda as i ndéntar in t-a.¤ , PH 7808 . lenfaid clēirigh naemchell / adhaltras is écāir, ZCP iii 31.34 . Of conjugal intercourse (on forbidden days): ná derntar isin domnach . . . a.¤ , Ériu ii 202.2 . sóifid cech lanamnas i n-adaltras .i. i rreib irgarthaib 'every marriage will turn into adultery, i.e. in forbidden periods' LL iv 24787 , UR 124 . i tri corgusaib na bliadna, i nainib ┐ .c.ainib ┐ domnaigibh .i. dia ndenat adaltras isna reib-seo 'in the three Lents of the year, on Fridays and Wednesdays and Sundays, i.e. if they commit adaltras during these periods' CIH iii 1102.31 , UR 124 .

Ádam

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Forms: adim, adam, Ādam, Á., Adom, Adum, Adam, Adom, Adam, Adaum, Adaim, Adaim

pn o Adam: cosmili fri adam `like unto Adam', Wb. 13d12 . gníme adim , 13d15 . ho adam , d27 . Ādam (.i. terra robrum) i.e. homo uel terrigena, ōn talmuidecht, Corm. Y 1 . síl ṅÁdim (Adaim v.l.) (: árim), Fél. July 15 . Á.¤ (: bādud), SR 1042 . Adom, 1065 . Adum, 1100 . acc. Adam, 1037 . dat. Adom, 838 . Adam, 1288 . Adaum (: gābud), 1969 . Voc. Adaim, 1554 : 1798 . gen. Adaim, 686 (for further exx. from SR see Ériu xvi 103 . )

Compds. ¤-chlann children of Adam, human race: d'fhuil na Adham-clainne, RC xviii 182.2 (Tig.). is ferr delb don Ádhamcloind, Acall. 7562 . ¤-fhuil: an Ádhamh-fhuil the race of A., A. Ó Dálaigh xv 2 .

adám

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x see 2 a.

adamaint

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n (with unlen. -m-) (based on oblique case of Lat. adamas) adamant-stone, diamond: imm crisdall imm a.¤ , Alex. 84 . an liag aidhne daideimint tug on Aifric, RC xi 321.z . ro fess a mmaith as cach aird / a mágneit a ha.¤ (of India), LL 16197 . adhamoint a n-anmanna, inann sōn ┐ diamont, Marco P. 178 . amhuil adamant . . . dorinne me h'éadan, Ezek. iii 9 . Fig. a a.¤ ar dhúire, PH 8178 . inntinn a.¤ no croidhe cloiche, Eochairsg. 17.2 . Cf. adamas.

adama(i)r

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adv. surely, certainly (= edamar, late form of ro- fetammar, see ro-finnadar, and TD ii 200 , Desid. p. 304 ): adamar, a ingen, is mór an metacht . . . domothaigis orainn, IT ii2 135.333 . adamair, a Dhábi, ní iarrfaidh tú so, O'Gr. Cat. 112.29 . adamar is fiacha i láimh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 162.13 . uim ifearn adamair . . . / do briseadh an balla . . ., Ó Bruad. iii 172.11 .

adamas

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n o, m. (Lat. adamas) adamant: mar tairrnges adhamas (an ta-, v.l.) an tiarann cuici, Ir. Astr. Tr. 46.26 . mar ata ag adhamas ar in iarann, 25 . is inann an t-adhamus ┐ a[n] maghnés ` loadstone ', Maund. 139 . clocha adhamuis, 240 . adamus cloch sin dogabar a crich na hIndiat, Celtica ii 70.21 . Cf. adamaint.

adamnae

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x see adomnae.