3 nár, nar

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part < ná ro, used somet. before ro-forms of the vb. in subord. neg. sent., also occas. as v 3 s. pret. of cop. in similar case (= narbo). See 1, 2 and 3 ná and 3 nád.

nárach

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adj o, ā (nár)

(a) modest; decorous, wellbred, noble in dis- position (?): saoi chreidmech narach neimhthreith, BNnÉ 280. 24 . Niall nárach `noble', Content. ii 45 , cf. xxix 5 . bean nárach, IGT Dec. § 137 (b. náireach, ib.). ó do dreich naraig, Ir. Texts ii 65 § 16. compar. ni raibhi bhudh naraighi nā bhudh fhele . . . inā Brigit, Lism.L. 1691 .

(b) diffident, abashed? possibly in foll. exx.: Senan Inse Cathaig | crochais écrait nárach, Fél. Mar. 8 ? leg. écrait n-árach 'with a binding' Sages, Saints and Storytellers 20 (the Comm. p. 90 gives pn Nárach as name of a smith killed by a monster which was subsequently subdued by St. Senán, and Stokes renders: gibbeted Nárach's foe, but from Nárach we might expect gen. Náraig; the word may be an adj. = abashed, discomfited , cf. the version of the story in Lism.L. 2228 - 36 and ZCP iii 221 ). ni rob nárach nóisedhuch | ar míad nó ar mār-aiccmi (advice to the fili), ZCP iv 238.8 = BR 236.29 (i.e. let him be neither intimidated nor adulatory in dealing with persons of rank or high birth?).

(c) hence shameful: ba nárach leis an mac dorinne ré n-a inghin féin he felt ashamed of, Keat. ii 2764.

See náirech.

narbus

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Forms: narbus

n goodness, excellence? narbus (glossed: uasal maith), Fen. 211 n. 4 . mac Net narbuis, 210 z . Cf. anbceallach nat nar- bhceallach, TBC p. 871 n. 2 St. = ainbcellach nat narbcellach H., and the npr. m. Baetán mac Fir nairb, Acall. 1051 , which may represent the corresponding adj.

nard

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n .i. fios knowledge , O'Cl. A misunderstanding (perh. of n-ard)?

? narg

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ind : do aisneis narg do righneadh sunn 'this was done by means of an aisnéis narg ' CIH iii 1113.29 , EIS 97 . in gaire im aisneis narg 'the laughter at an aisnéis narg ' 90.1 . See also 2 arg.

1 nas(s)

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Forms: ṡnass

adj. noidiu nass, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 30.3 ( Rawl. 116b14 ); acc. to Meyer, prob. for ṡnass (noídiu being fem.), an adj. con- nected with vb. snaidim. Ninnid, Fidrai fri nith nas (: -mas), ZCP x 42.26 .

2 nas(s)

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v pret. pass., see naiscid.

nás

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n o,m. death (poetic term). nas .i. bás, O'Cl. nas .i. bas, ut est nasadh Beoain Mellain, H. 3.18 p. 416 ( O'C. 965 ); the quotation is from Fél. Oct. 26 , see násad. nas .i. cel, Aisl. MC Gloss. p. 189 (< H. 3.18). g s. mo ríg-se . . . dobeir for buidne buad nāis `victory over death', Aisl. MC 7.30 . amal rus-gellsad draide . . . doib, nā comraicdis a mbethaid ┐ conricfaidis iarna nás, RC xiii 222.24 . ? pl. nassa nin .i. bas arna tonnaib, H. 4.22 p. 36b ( O'C. 2018 ).

A death-commemoration? nas .i. cuimniughadh no féil bháis, O'Cl. (cf. 1 násad).

1 násad

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Forms: nassad

n also nassad (form in SR); in poetry freq. rhymes with sásad. Neut. gender? eclipses follg. initial in ns. in chevilles (but: nassad glan, SR 8141 ; nassaid gle, 4315 ). Poss. from nascid, ZCP xxxi 13 n. 18 .

A word of doubtful meaning, apparently a gathering or assembly of a festive or commemorative nature (esp. a periodi- cally recurring one), and by extension the place where such is held: nasad Loga maic Ethlend .i. aonach no ferta lais . . . in gach bliadhain im thoidecht Lugnasad. Cluiche no aonach, is dō is ainm nasad, Corm. Y 796 = násad, Corm. p. 26. nasadh .i. cuimniughadh ut est Lughnasa .i. nasadh Logha mic Eithninn, H. 3.18 p. 534 ( O'C. 1282 ). Lughnasa .i. násadh nó cuimhniughadh Logha, Keat. ii 3859. nasadh .i. áonach; nasadh .i. gnathughadh nó clú `custom or fame', O'Cl. nasadh .i. gnathugud ut est: nasad Beoán Mellan .i. nó sasadh ut est: sceo nemnasad, O'Dav. 1292 ; the former quotation is from Fél. Oct. 26 : Nassad Beóán Mellán = nassad Beoain, LB (with gloss nasad .i. gnathugud, Fél.² cliii ); Nassan, Laud; the Comm. p. 226 gives Nassan as name of a saint, and Stokes takes Nassad in that sense; the gloss in H. 3.18 gives: nassad .i. gnathugud no násad .i. clú, Three Ir. Gl. 137 ; perh. the commemoration of B. and M. nassad sīde siráidde (= sír-óite), SR 8369 (description of Heaven). nasad noibrainne (of Heaven), Bruchst. i § 108 . a nasadh na n-aingel n-ān, ZCP x 47.21 . óenach Talten . . . ba hed násad Loga, Met. Dinds. iii 50.41 . Temair indiu cid fásach, | baí ré ba násad niad place of assembly, i 28.8 . Femen . . . ro boí nech diarbo nasad, iii 200.2 . násad inna túad (of Ráth Airthir), Trip. 70.21 . ? gabais Nuadu nassad n-iath, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 29 § 26 = gabais N. nassad iath | sail (? fail) find, Rawl. 116a51 (leg. n.¤ niath Fáil the gathering-place of the warriors of fair Fál? but perh. a cheville). ? násad fír na ndúla de [= Dé?] | iss ed ro marb Loegaire, LU 9814 (of the fall of Loegaire m. Néill Noígiallaig; by Stokes, Trip. 566.28 , rendered `the true sanction of God's elements', cf. RC vi 165.31 ) = nassa fir na ndula de | ba de arbath Lægaire, ZCP viii 118 § 25. ? in fail anaill násad n-án? TFerbe 797 (`giebt es eine andere glänzende Zusammenkunft?' Windisch).

Common in chevilles: rodṁbia nem, nassad ṅdangen, SR 811 , cf. 4175 , 1093 , 2537 , 2731 . atat fo néim, nassad ṅgle, 467 , cf. 4315 . ocus Nóe nassad ṅdil, 2242 , cf. 2587 , 4931 . Prob. used as cheville in follg. exx.: comsid na náem násad n-ān, LU 3041. násad dín `his fame was a shelter', Met. Dinds. ii 38.43 (leg. n.¤ nin? see Glossary). lúadim Loch Néil, násad nglé place of assembly, iii 404.1 . násad gúr, TFerbe 837 .

As adj.? nasadh .i. oirdheirc, O'Cl.

2 násad

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n death; putting to death (cf. nás)? nasadh .i. bās, ut est a comrag Fir Dia ┐ Conculaind togbus Fer Dia a sciath suas d'anacal uachta[i]r a chuirp ger bi in copair iar iar [sic] nasadh though it was help after wounding to death (i.e. that came too late), H. 3.18 p. 534 ( O'C. 1282 ). nas .i. bās ut est nasadh Beoain Mellain, ib. p. 416 ( O'C. 965 ); quotation from Fél. Oct. 26 , see 1 násad. Cf. also LU 9814 quoted under 1 násad.

násadach

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adj o, ā. famous, memorable ? Druim Lis . . . mennut násadach namat, LL 369 m. inf. = Arch. Hib. i 364.35 (the sense of násad `gathering-place' may be here implied). ainm hui nassadaig Neil (.i. ainm hui erdarcaig N.), Rawl. 106b25 . ainm húi nassadaigh Neill .i. clu Coluim Cille, Three Ir. Gloss. 137 (< H. 3.18 ).