2 náde

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part The follg. exx. are prob. to be explained as = nád (cop.) + é, :

(a) nade in meicc macc hui Chuind, ACC 104 ( RC xx 276 ) = nad in meic mac hui Chuind, LU 1053 ; nade mc, YBL ; nade in meicc, Rawl. ; naidi in mac, Laud. The Comm. RC xx 276 gives the gloss : naide .i. cuich no cia. Náide an mac mac uí Chuinn .i. cia an mac mac ui Chuinn ; folld. by O'Cl. giving citation in the same form, and by P. O'C. Stokes translates : `It is not the son's, the son of C.'s descendant.' The reading : náde in mac may be connected with the follg. words : cuil deim de eót, and may mean : the son of C.'s descendant is not the son (who . . .).

(b) nade .i. ni derna, ut poeta dicit : nade in corp atchí cen chair | nach ní bad maith di[a] anmain [leg. maith dia a.], | acht is [é] a amles huile | dognid ar bith bar[r]buide, RC xx 276 ( ACC 104 Comm. ) = náide an corp adchi gan chair | nach ní do mhaith dia anmain, O'Cl. s.v. naide (with gloss : naide .i. ní dhearna). Stokes translates : `the body which thou seest did not without sin aught that would be good for its soul.' Perhaps : it is not the body which sees without fault what would be, etc.


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Forms: nadúire

n i,f. (Romance loan-word) late Mid. and Mod.Ir.

(a) nature, natural constitution or disposition : is í náduir in lenib an ní is messa do shanntugud, PH 7726. ó náduir in crainn from the nature of the wood, Maund. 187. pl. atat tri nadúire icon péist-si (i.e. characteristics), PH 7659.

(b) in wider sense nature (of universe or mankind) : ata in nádúir fén ica furail so, PH 7393. a n-aghaidh nádúra con- trary to nature, Rom. xi 24. gan phárdún ó nádúr [sic MSS.] ag nidh ar bith, Keat. Poems 703.

(c) in special sense womb : go ffuil mo naduir-si iata le aimritteacht, Life of Mochoemog, cap. 3 , Brussels MS. 23240 × 2340 , quoted in Plummer MS. notes (= vulva mea sterilitate clausa manet, VSH ii 165 ). do sgail Dia a naduir-si, ib. (= aperiens Deus vulvam illius, VSH).


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adj io, iā natural, according to nature: mina fhása bisech náddúrda duit fén do thorad do chunnartha natural (i.e. legiti- mate) profit, PH 7568. arán nádúrtha, BNnÉ 326 § 46 . don duine nádúrgha the natural man (ψυχικὸς ἄνθρωπος), 1 Cor. ii 14 . Cf. mínádurdhai unnatural, PH 7502. pecadh míná- dur[dh]a, Maund. 92. Native, indigenous: Míchel O Cleirigh . . . do bhraithribh nadúrtha Conuente Dhúin na nGall, MS. Mat. 554.9 .


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n a woman (B. na f.) : nae nó nei .i. ben, ut est cach cona né .i. cona mnaoi, O'Dav. 1291. See 1 noe.


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x and derivv., see noíb.


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x see nóaire.


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x see noíb.


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x see noes.


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Forms: naiscu, naescu, náesga

n f. a snipe: naiscu, Corm. Y 986 (analysed as én-uisce `water-bird'). naescu (name of a letter in `Bird Ogham'), Auraic. 5693. náesga (f.), IGT Decl. § 6. Mod. naosca, Din- neen .

? nahe

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pron gl. nullum [dierum], Thes. ii 29.38 ( Bcr. 43c1 ).


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x see noe and noí.