noíbán

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Forms: Naomhán

n o,m. a little saint (hypocoristic form from noíb) : cech nóebán co ṅ-idnai, Fél. Ep. 99 (naeban v.l.). As npr. m. Naomhán, Mart. Don. Sept. 13 = Sanctanus, 457 .

noíbda

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Forms: noibde, naomhtha

adj io, iā. holy; hallowed. ? n p m. beded noibde be sanctified, Wb. 3b28 . Felicitas nóebdae, Fél. Mar. 7 , cf. June 11 . fer noemda, PH 949. na scriptúri noemda, 3122 . a naídhe noebhdhai ! holy child, BNnÉ 46.4 . tathum o Día praind . . . naemda nasadh, Anecd. i 64 § 120. [do] dhealbhais neamh, naomhdha an táth `sacred welding', Dán Dé x 15 . In class. Irish generally replaced by the participial form naomhtha.

noíbdacht

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n ā,f. holiness, righteousness: amal chométus nech a noemdacht, PH 5987. comartha seanordachta ┐ naemdachta, YBL 153b15 . comhardha naomhtachta, FM v 1490.17 . As honorific title: naomhthacht in pāpa His Holi- ness the Pope, Fl. Earls 184.10 , cf. 186.15 . naomhthacht Sanct Proinseis the holy St. Francis, 248.27 . gach a ndernadh do stát . . . a n-urthimchell a naomhthachta `all the state . . . connected with her canonization' (?), 184.23 .

noíbe

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Forms: noíbe, noibi, noibi, noibe, noime, nnaibe, nuibe

n ,f. holiness, sanctity: n s. ind noíbe , Wb. 9c30 . a s. noibi, Ml. 46d14 . d s. noibi, 37a10 . g s. inna noibe , 37b4 . noime ┐ fírenchi, PH 4009 (a s.). co nnaibe , SR 720 (: caíne). co nuibe , Arch. iii 303 § 6. martir co méit noíbe, Fél. Sept. 13. ar nóebe nirt `by force of sanctity', Met. Dinds. iv 98.95 . gan rath, gan ro-naoime, BNnÉ 261 § 221b . fear . . . lán do naimhe, FM iii 12.15 .

nóibísech

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Forms: nóibhíseach

n m. (late Romance loan-word) a novice, learner: gan bheith dhó na noibhíseach, 1 Tim. iii 6 (ed. 1690). noi- bhiseach riaghla `a proselyte', Eg. Gl. 492 . See follg. nóibhíseach, O'R., Dinneen.

nóibiste

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Forms: nóibhiste

n m. (formation from Lat. novicius) a novice: Mael Sechlainn . . . quieuit . . . ina noibisdi i Mainistir na Buille, AU ii 282.9 = in [leg. ina?] nobitsi manaig. Ann. Conn. 1230 § 17 = ina nouist mhanaigh `noviciate', FM iii 254.2 . foghluinte, noibhisde a scholar, Eg. Gl. 499. nóibhiste `a novice', O'R.

noíbthe

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Forms: naomhtha

part. of noíbaid, q.v. ? dochuaid ro-scél noibthe dub . . . fo thúaid co tech a chlemna | i mmulluch na mór-Temra, LL 375a31 (i.e. tidings of the death of the daughters of Tuathal Techtmar). Mod. naomhtha holy: a Athair n.¤ (= Pater sancte), TSh. 421. inis n.¤ , Keat. Poems 1458. idir an áit náomhtha ┐ ro-náomhtha between the holy place and the most holy, Exod. xxvi 33. Oft. used as equivalent of title Saint: Bearnard naomhtha, TSh. 6576 (more generally expressed by the uninflected adj. naomh preceding the name).

nóichtech

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adj o, ā. (< nócha) belonging to the number ninety; ninety years old: cétach Abracham noíchtech Sarra, Wb. 20a6 .

noíchtech

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Forms: noíchtech, noichtech

adj o, ā. (< noí + fichet) belonging to the number twenty- nine: g p. noíchtech, gl. undetricenorum, Bcr. 39a1 ( Thes. ii 27.33 ). onaib laithib noichtechaib, Bvn. 19 ( Thes. ii 32.34 ). ésga naíteach a moon of 29 days, O'Gr. Cat. 300.12 , 301.9 . As subst., a period of twenty-nine days: noichtech, Bvn. 18b , cf. Bcr. 18d1 .

noíchtige

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n a period of twenty-nine days: noichtiche co lleuth du árim i n-ę́scu to reckon 29½ days in the lunar month, Bcr. 3 c ( Thes. ii 10.5 ). For formation cf. trichtaige.

nóïd

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Forms: nóithid, noítis, noit[h]fit, nóithfitir

vb. (cf. 3 nó). The stem seems to vary between nó- treated as ā-st. (cf. the vn. nóad which may belong to this vb.) and nói- (? noí-), cf. the variant form nóithid (? noíthid) ; perh. both forms coexisted; cf. the dual development of núae (> núa and naoi) and of núaide, nuíde. O'Davoren's gl. noudh .i. athnugud suggests a connexion with núae.

Makes known, spreads the fame of, celebrates , confined to early and poetic lit. pres. 3 s. nath .i. noaid anair `it praises from the front' (?), Auraic. 1581 = nóidh an aor T. (i.e. the satire renders its victim notorious?). (with obj. pron. suff.) noíthium cruth caín I am famed for fair form, FB 22 ( LU 8285 ). nóithiut búaid ngoire, ZCP xi 80 § 2 ( LL 293a43 ). ? rel. teora soillsi sloindti nemthiu naithus, Nero vii p. 133b ( O'Don. 2192 ). ? 3 pl. (with obj. pron. suff.) noithi máil poets proclaim it (?), SR 2585 , 6681 . impf. 3 pl. mac Nessa noítis morṡlúaig whom great armies extolled, TFerbe 920 . fut. 3 s. (with pron. suff.) Patraic . . . noifidius Dia, ZCP iii 463.14 ( B. in Scáil § 20 ). 3 pl. ticfat tailcind . . . noifit cella, Trip. 34.11 = noit[h]fit, Arch. iii 12 y (< H. 3.18). ? pret. buaid gaile buaid clis ria cách | do Choinculainn cruth rod-naí, Ériu v 210.65 = LL 125b11 (: mnaí; do C. rodnanaí v.l.). Pass. pres. ordaib neimid nuither (.i. . . . uirdrucithter eneclann do nemed fo uaisletaid), Laws iii 26.6 , 11 . noithir .i. erdercaigthir ara holc, Corm. Y 984. fut. noafidhir tuir, mōrfaidir maigi, ZCP iii 463.4 ( B. in Scáil 18 ) = nóithfitir, xiii 378.6 . noifitir fir, ZCP xii 233 ( B. in Scáil 44 ); cf. nófither bethai, 401.20 . ? pret. Noísi ro noäd a ḟert, IT i 78.19 LL= doronud, Eg. acht co nnoathar a riam rus `provided his . . . intensifies (his) shame', O'Dav. 1336 , is regarded by Stokes as subj. pres. depon. of this vb. but may be pass. Cf. the compd. vb.: ra lotar . . . et condnoathatar na scela made known the news, CRR § 8 ; batnoathar (leg. -noathatar) dóib na scéla, § 21. See nóad and nóithe.