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.

1 noíde

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adj. see núaide.

2 noíde

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n nineness, nine things Ériu xxii 176 n. 1: a incosc a næde 'its demonstration in nine' Auraic. 1022 . a hinosc a noie, 3977 .

noídécach

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Forms: noídécde

adj o, ā. late equivalent of noídécde: an cical naí- dhéagach, O'Gr. Cat. 302.18. Cf. don cical naídhéagal 306.14 (perh. an imitation of Lat. -alis).

noídécde

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Forms: noídecde, noídecdu, noídécdi, noidecdai

adj io, iā. (< noí deec) pertaining to the number nineteen, decennoval: in cétbliadan don chicul náedécdha, RC xvii 384.20 . don chicil naoidhecdha, ALC i 306.7 . don chiccal noedecdai, Ann. Conn. 1224 § 1. i tosach bliadna in cicil noidicda, 1407 § 2 . naoidheachdha .i. a náoi dég, O'Cl. As subst. io, m. a cycle of nineteen years, the decennoval cycle (so always in Glosses): a s. noídecde, Thes. ii 39.23 (Cod. Vat.). tresin nóedécde, 17.30 ( Bcr. 32a8 ). d s. ísind noídecdu , 30.33 , 36 ( Bcr. 45c2 , 5 ). g s. hi ciunn noídécdi , 10.3 , cf. 30.37 ( Bcr. 3c , 45c6 ). bliadain tanaise noidecdai , LB 132a36 .

noídenacht

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Forms: noide- nacht, noidenacht, noídendacht, naoi- dheantacht, naoidheantacht

n ā,f. (noídiu) infancy, early childhood: n s. noide- nacht, Ml. 76a6 . d s. inna noidenacht , 76a7 , cf. Wb. 24d11 . In Mid.Ir. noídendacht (< noídenda), later -tacht: colamna ais .i. aimsera ais .i. naoidendacht ┐ macdacht, etc., Corm. Y 322. asa noidendacht, PH 3980. asa naidendacht, LB 59b23 ( Lat. Lives 87 ). ó aimsir a naidhentachta, RC xxv 390 § 3. naoi- dheantacht (= infantia), Keat. i 44.22 . naoidheantacht, 1 Sam. xii 2.

noídenán

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Forms: naidhenán, noedena[i]n, náoidheanáin

n o,m. (dim. of noídiu) an infant, a young child: noedenan bec, LL 144b15 . atbail noedenán de náire | cóe- gerán oc Slane sein, 296a7 (used hypocoristically of a grown maiden). naidhenán, BNnÉ 132.36 . pl. aighnen dia mbiadtar noedena[i]n , Aisl. MC 127.6 . náoidheanáin, Luke xviii 15 .

noídenas

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Forms: noidhenus

n m. infancy, early childhood: ainfaitcheas .i. amail ro gab noidhenas, 23 Q 6 p. 34b ( O'C. 1756 ) = noidhenus, H. 3.18 p. 441a ( O'C. 1069 ).

noídenda

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Forms: noídenta

adj io, iā. later noídenta, youthful: gilla nua noidenda, LL 267a8 = MU 34.9 . ba naídenta som araí n-aisi, RC xxvi 12.11 . i n-aois naoidenta, O'Gr. Cat. 402.27. aon-mhacaomh óg naoidhenta, RC xxix 120 § 21. folt cas fair . . . ┐ sé nua naoidheanta uile, ITS v 14.27 .

noídendacht

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x see noídenacht.

noídiu

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Forms: noediu, naídiu, naeidiu, naídhe, naeidhi, naoidhe, naeidhena, náoidheana, naoidhe, naoidhean, naoidhin, naoidhean, naoi- gheine, noídiu, noiden, naíden, naoidhin, naoidhen, naoidhe, naeidhi, naoidhe, noídin, noídenu

n n,f. in Mid.Ir. variously written noediu, naídiu, naeidiu; later n s. -e (somet. -in). naídhe (naeidhi, naoidhe v.l.) m. and f., declined like talam, IGT Dec. § 19 ; a p. naeidhena, náoidheana, ib. n. 4 . Mod.Ir. n s. naoidhe and naoidhean; Keating has a d s. naoidhin, g s. naoidhean (for : gnúis na naoidheine, Keat. iii 2119 , read with the v.l. naoi- gheine).

An infant, a young child: noídiu, gl. infans, Sg. 124b1 . cliab noiden , gl. cunabulum, 53a13 . di láim inna naíden (= de manu infantis), Lat. Lives 44 = Trip. 8.17 . noídiu oen-lóei, PH 7943. ro gab ina noídin Ísu fora rigthib took the infant Jesus in his arms, 3750 . do naigin oen-aidchi, Cog. 50.2 . noidiu ciche a suckling, O'Mulc. 652 , cf. Aen. 1360. gech naide do bhiath cen athair no máthair, Marco P. 124. do baistedh in naoidhin , BNnÉ 132.10 (n s., but g s. do bhaistedh na naoidhen , ib. 16 ; a s. in naoidhe, 21 ). nir fagaibh nert naidhen ann, ZCP vi 295.26 . feadh a ré, bhíos 'na seacht gcuid, mar atá 'na naoidhin, 'na leanabh, 'na mhacaomh, etc., TSh. 9959. v s. a naeidhi noemh! Lism.L. 3385 . a naoidhe muirnech Maire! (of Christ), Dán Dé vi 37 . Used loosely of a young man (cf. Fr. enfant): is noídiu ar aís, BDD 66 (of Conaire). ic brécad naeden Herend enticing the young men of Ireland LL iii 22131 . Of the world : uair naidin ē conici sin ┐ nir inengnuma ē ro [= re] hōcci it was in its infancy till then and because of youth not capable of producing valour, Cog. 186.22 . pl. noídin ┐ maccaím, FA 6 ( LU 1992 ). na naídin, 28 ( LU 2207 ). naighin baistedha bap- tized infants, RC xxviii 316 § 21. ateoch frit hule noeb-noidenu in domuin, Ir. Lit. 34.3 . gair mor do noídenu a mbronnaib a maithrech, LB 25b67 = IT i 19 w (a p. for d p.). arna nóedenaib becaib, LU 2553 ( RC xxv 238.15 ). dona náedenaib, 2539 . co ṅdechenbur noíden, Fél. July 14 (nóeiden v.l.). frestal nuiden Crist, ZCP iii 26.10 . altrom naeidhen, BNnÉ 308.9 .

In follg. exx. seems used for noínden: ar imthecht neoill is naidhen, Ir. Texts ii 53 § 24. nēll naíden, ib. § 25 . Cf. Keat. ii 2424 .