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m. (vn. formation from naiscid) the act of binding ; in fig. sense of binding to a combat, challenging: Fer rogain fri nascad niad .i. fri galu trenfer, Dinds. 35 ( RC xv 421.19 ). ? air tá amal nascath n-ampracht 'for such a marriage is like contracting hurt' Peritia ix 108 § 4 .

1 nascaire

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Forms: nascaire

n io,m.

a maker of `nascs', chain- or ring-maker: pl. nascaire ┐ cairemain `fetterers' (?), Laws v 106.17 . rinnaire ┐ nascaire `ring-makers', Petrie, Ant. of Tara 209.3 (< YBL 418a , plan).

2 nascaire

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n leg. term, a contract-binder, one who goes security: naiscaire nodonaisc Peritia v 87 § 7 (a) . is a suidhe bit nadmand (.i. nascairidha) 86 § 5 . a fonaidm for nascaire, Cóic Con. Fug. 18 § 9. gabur naidm nascairi do gra[d]aib flatha re aichne na conaire fuigill as dliged the guaranty of a `n.' is taken from the ruling classes, 46 § 78 . mac nascairi (highest form of security), 71 § 37 , see 2 mac. do nadhmunnaib ┐ do nascuirib, Laws i 270.34 Comm. nasgaire .i. urradh, O'Cl.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. nascairecht or

n ā,f. the calling or function of a `nascaire' i.e.

(a) of a chain- or ring-maker: nascaire .i. doniad in nascairecht, Laws v 106.19 Comm.

(b) in legal sense, suretyship: nasgaire .i. duine teit a nas- gairecht ┐ a rathiges ┐ a n-itires, Cóic Con. Fug. 32 § 29. a gabail don nascuire curo taisbénunn a nascairecht `until he proves his contract-binding', Laws i 216.25 Comm. in ti is ecoir do gabail i naidm nascairecht, 86.9 Comm. (leg. nas- cairechta?). in fuil ferus fer oc indsaige a nascairechta, v 148. 16 Comm.


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v binds see naiscid.


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x see naiscigid.


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Forms: nascar

n (< nasc-cor?; see also ÉC xiii 423 ) binding (legally)? a bond, contract? dligid naidm nascur, Anecd. iii 14.2 = nascar, LL 345d13 . Or take as pres. sg. pass. of naiscid 'the one who goes surety is entitled to that which is bound' BFF § 3.10 .

? nassaid

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v (? cf. naiscid, Celtica xi 169 ): nassaid eraicc a ingen for Laigniu 'he bound the éraic for his daughters on the Leinstermen' Celtica xi 171 § 2 . ar-rōet Eochu ┐ Laīchsech anī-sin ┐ ro nassaiset a curu co lēir Corp. Gen. 94 (Rawl. 127 b 45) .

nát, nat

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Forms: nad, nad

n m. (B. na f., < Lat. nātes, Stokes Arch. i 316 ) posterior, arse: nat .i. tón, ut dixit Fer Muman . . . ic creim nat namat, O'Mulc. 836. nat .i. tón, O'Cl. ní boingfed cairc[h]e assa nat (.i. asi [leg. asa] thóin), ZCP v 483 § 2 (: sál) = nad, iii 378 . nad, O'R.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. Natfraech or

Forms: Natfraích, Natfroich, Nadfraich, Nadfroich, Nathfraich, Nafraich, Nadhfraich, Nadfraoich, Natfraoich, Nadarchu, Nadfoglaid, Nadfoglaith, Nadfeíc, Nadslog, Natsluaig

o, npr. m. The first component may be a weakened form of niath (niad) gs. of nia `nephew', cf. filios Nioth Fruich, Thes. ii 269.34 ( Ardm. 15b1 ). Nathfraich, LL 321d12 . Natfráich, Cóir Anm. 45 (expld.: Áth Fraich . . . is de ro hainmniged). g s. Natfraích, Trip. 196.1 . Natfroich, ib. 16 . Nadfraich, Fél. 132.18 . Nadfroich, 206.22 . Nathfraich, LL 320c62 . Nafraich, AU 634. Nadhfraich, 661 . Nadfraoich, BNnÉ 106.15 . Natfraoich, Keat. ii 4909. For formation cf. Nadarchu, AU 779 ; Nadfoglaid, LL 328c41 (g s. Nadfoglaith, ib. b16 ); Nadfeíc, ib. d27 ; Nadslog, 321a42 , Natsluaig, Trip. 166.17 , cf. AU 769 ; mac Nadsuind, LL 323f31 . Cf. also Dathí (later form of Nathí).


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Forms: nath, natha, natha, nath, —anna

n [m. and f.] gend. and decl. doubtful; as neut., n s. nath n-airec fordarc, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 16.6 ( LL 315b61 ); masc. acc. to Auraic. 839 : is e in nath, is i in laid; as fem. ā-st.: cen ógnaith, Met. Dinds. iv 150.52 , cf. g s. cacha natha, O'Dav. 566 = cacha [gach v.l.] nath, 476 , and see citation from H. 2.15, 80a below. g s. natha. n p. natha. g p. nath.

A poetical composition ,

(a) in strict technical use a species of poem which was the special province of the `anruth' or poet of the sixth grade and of which there were several varieties variously named (see IT iii 164 ; Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 24 ). dona secht n-altaib .i. anamain, nath, anair, etc., Auraic. 1578. nath ┐ anair, Laws v 58.7 . coig ba ar nath, ib. 9 , cf. O'Dav. 566. pl. natha anruith, IT iii 59 § 112. is hi fogluim na seised bliadna .i. .lxxx. nath mor ┐ .lxxx. becc, 38 § 25 . O'Mulc. 537.

(b) in lit. generally a poem in wide sense: náth ainm coitc[h]end dona huilib aistib ēicsi[d]ib, Corm. Y 982. nath .i. ainm do cach uili aisde, Lec. Gl. 34 , cf. 197 . nath .i. ainm coitcheann don uile aisde ealadhna, O'Cl. taithmet Fiadat ferr cech nath better than any poem, Hy. v 94 , glossed .i. ferr cech filidecht T, .i. cech dána F ( Thes. ii 348 ). as inann lógh ar cach nath, cibsi nath, H. 2.15 p. 80a ( O'Don. 1196 ). ná biad hÉriu cen ógnaith `without perfect song', Met. Dinds. iv 150.52 . cuirmtech cen aes natha, H. 3.18 p. 267b ( O'C. 545 ). luagh natha do gach fer creath (.i. eladna), ZCP v 486 § 10 (B. na f.). ? geim coscuir grisuib nada with incitements to song (?), ZCP xiii 264.1 . fir denma drecht ┐ nath, RC xiv 412 § 25. ba neart- mhaire nath ar nasc dom réir the power of poetry was bound to my service, O'Bruad. ii 26.18.

(c) in special sense of elegy, threnody ? nath .i. marbnad, Lec. Gl. 356. Cf. ní gann in nath ós a cind `the dirge over her head', Met. Dinds. ii 10.16 (reading doubtful).

In mod. lang. used for a cant word or phrase, adage, saying, P. O'C. , Dinneen (pl. —anna), see nathan.

Compds. ¤bairdne one of the four main divisions of `bairdne', IT iii 6 § 4 ( ¤bairdni). ¤breth f. lit. ` nath-judgement'; used as generic term for the compositions of the `anruth': nathbretha anruith, IT iii 31 § 1 (L = adbretha B). ¤cobair f. ` song- help '; as epithet: leo nithach nathchobir cathchobair, IT iii 39.3 (= Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 17.2 ), i.e. one who supplies themes for song (or a patron of poetry?).

With adj. nathbuadach victorious (? renowned) in song , ZCP viii 307.9 . See also cétnad, marbnad, sénnath, setnad.