naidmigid

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Forms: snaidmebhthar

v g. binds, contracts; of binding in wedlock: naid- mēcar tusa a coraidecht aenmná dó thou wilt be wedded to him, Acall. 7544 = snaidmebhthar, Fr.

naill

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x see aile.

náimdemail

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adj i. (námae) hostile, inimical: naímdemail nad charddemail, TBC 6010. dona slogaib nertmaraib náim- démlaib, Alex. 241. neascóide naimhneamhla (sic), ML 78.26 . dochodur . . . co nemuis niata namdemail, Ann. Conn. 1236 § 8 . Of persons, prob. dangerous or implacable as a foe: Cerna nóisech náimtemail `famous foeman', Met. Dinds. iv 208.90 . fer fergach . . . nemnech naimdemail, CCath. 351 (of Caesar).

náimdemlacht

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n ā, f. hostility, hostile temper: a nemi ┐ a mbadamlacht, Cog. 52.15 = a naimdemhlacht B.

náimdenus

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n o,m. (námae) hostility, enmity: miscais .i. naimdinus, Laws v 460.34 . ni fhuil báll nach dénand naimdenus fri Dia, PH 7632 , cf. 7510 (náimdenus). fiach naimdenais for fine, H. 3.18 p. 214b ( O'C. 379 ). ar gcur a naimhdeanuis ar gcúl dó, Ephes. ii 15.

? naime

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n (g s. ?) na roich in etoil fir flatha .i. mad toil naime don toil slabhra na flatha, Laws iv 244.10 Comm.

náimtide

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Forms: naimtidi

adj io, iā. (námae) hostile, inimical: nabad naimtide a cosc (gl. nolite quasi inimicum existimare), Wb. 26b28 . hua menmain naimtidiu, Ml. 66d1 . ind indrid naimtidi, 27a1 (g s m.). naimtidi (gl. hostili), 112c7 (g s f.). naimtidi in chairdine, TBC² 3590. comhlann niata náimhdidhe, CRR² § 36. buidne niatae naimdide, CCath. 5469.

náimtine

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Forms: nnaimtine, naimdine

n [, f.] enmity, hostility: náimtine du Dia friu enmity on God's part towards them, Ml. 79b8 (gl. Deo propter iniquita- tem suam utuntur adverso). g p. inna nnaimtine (gl. inimi- citiarum), 38d2 . naimdine fri fine, H. 3.18 p. 214b ( O'C 379 ).

náimtinech

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Forms: naimtenach

adj o, ā. hostile, inimical: in tan mbite ó menmain naimtinech, Ml. 65b10 . naimtenach, gl. inimico, 44a7 .

náire

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Forms: náire

n ,f. (1 nár) náire m. and f., IGT Dec. § 1.

(a) shamefacedness, bashfulness, diffidence, backwardness or reluctance (in undertaking someth.): nare . . . .i. in ruidiud tic isin gruaid ┐ is do sin is nomen naire. Feile immorro ainim don einech bunaid, Corm. Y 983. ni hopair niad náre, TBC 3275 (i.e. distrust of his own strength, reluctance to fight). Rúanaid atberthe co sse | frisseom ar met a náire, LU 9580 (cf. ZCP iii 204.12 where Stokes reads náne `splendour' = áine?); the nickname Ruanaid (`blusher'?) was given to Diarmaid mac Aedha Sláine for his reluctance to expel Mochuda, cf. ZCP iii 465 § 35 : for in ruanaid (.i. hi ruidioth hoc gabail lama Mocutta), and BNnÉ 304 § 16 : dobēratt ind oicc aithis fort . . . .i. Diarmait Ruanaidh do radh riut. a náire fri maith, a nemnáire fri holc! PH 8228. araill dib ara n-uaisle saerthar iat, araill aile is a n-ecodnaigetu, araill aile is ara naire, araill aile is ara mire, Laws iii 112.14 Comm. (of certain hospitallers who are exempted from road-maintenance by reason of their nobility, etc.; transld. `some for the shame of it'; for their diffidence or incompetence to undertake the task?). Cf. also Keat. Poems 834 : ní raibh stad ar theacht a thiodhlac | acht náire na dáimhe ré ndaoire (i.e. the only check on his bounty was the reluctance of his guests to put him to such expense).

Feeling of shame or humiliation: do bhí náire mhór ar na fearaibh, 1 Chron. xix 5. ag tabhairt náire dhon druing nach fuil ní aca, 1 Cor. xi 22. Shame, disgrace (in objective sense): fear táidhe . . . as é an náire mhór don mhnáoi, IGT Decl. ex. 20 . náire ort, 19 . athgabail aitire aslui feile .i. elas ar a nairi `who absconds to his shame' (?), Laws i 214.25 , 218.12 .

(b) in concrete sense: tancatar immach in banmaccrad ┐ tuargbatar a nnochta ┐ a nnáre uile dó (i.e. their nakedness), TBC 1361 = donnochtat [sic leg.] a mbruindi fris, TBC² 720.

(c) modesty, sense of decorum, nobility of behaviour, generosity (approaching the sense of féile, from which it is distinguished by Cormac, see above; late and not common use) : do Gaidelaibh mo naire `my honor', BCC § 278 (poem attrib. to Colum Cille) = Measgra D. 46.30 . tealach feile ┐ naire `home of hospitality and generosity', Ériu ii 186.18 = t. feli ┐ garta, ZCP viii 102.18 . Cf. naire .i. glan, O'Cl.

náirech

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adj o, ā. (náire) diffident, shy; modest: doroich in cleirech istech, | gerb eimech nir bo nairech `ashamed', BNnÉ 86 § 177 . maighdean mhíonla . . . náireach, Keat. Poems 411. bean náirech, IGT Dec. § 137. labhras an incchen do ghuth neoid naireach, Ériu iv 50 § 4 (mod. text). See nárach.