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

náire

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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.

náiride

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adj io, iā.

(a) modest, bashful: nairidhe, BNnÉ 280 n. 4 (v.l. for nārach). compar. ni roibe neach bud feile nā bad nairide nās in naemog sin, ZCP xii 293.13 .

(b) causing shame, shameful: bá nairidhi leis nā lé lucht na Rómha fein in bidgad ecla ro lín iat he was more ashamed than the people of R. themselves of the panic that filled them, CCath. 1504.