adbartaib

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x see adbairt.

adbartaid

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x see aidbertaid.

adbartaige

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x see adbartaigthe.

adbartaigidir

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Forms: adbartugud

v ( Ped. ii 526 ), opposes (gl. a(d)versor): adbart- aigther .i. frisorcaissiu ón gl. áuersaris, Ml. 44b31 . co adbart- aigid gl. auersetur, 36a11 . ní adbartaigedar acht cotaut- aing `he does not oppose but supports them', 36a18a . noad- bartaiginnse gl. auersabar, 132c10 . (With DO introducing that which is opposed): cia nudadbartaigtissom damsa gl. aduersantes mihi, 19c5 . adbartaigfersa .i. frissiurr són gl. auersabor. 37c12 . a nnunadbartaigfesiu gl. auersato, 48a 12 - 13 . roadbartaigsiur gl. auersatus sum, 115a13 , 117c5 . air ní roadbartaigestar gl. non fuerat auersatus, 55d1 . dinaib cumachtgaib echtrannaib roadbartaigset don popul `of the foreign powers that opposed the people', 26b20 . Vn. adbartugud.

adbartaigthe

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Forms: adbartnaigthe, nadbartaichthe

? part. of adbartaigidir. Also adbartnaigthe. As subst. n rival, adversary: inna nadbartaichthe gl. aduer- sorum. Ml. 44d13 . atcíu condat adbartnaigthi-siu Petair ┐ Póil, that thou art an opponent of, PH 1795 . Perh. also nímthísat nímtacmhaisit a n-athc[h]a a miscsin a n-adh- bartaighe, ZCP vi 285.9 . Cf. adbartnaigthech, aidbertaid.

adbartnaigthe

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adbartnaigthech

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adj o, ā (adbartaigthe) opposed, hostile (DO to): tangattar a bhraithre robttur adbartnaighthecha dó, TFrag. 94.18 (= a bráithre adbartnaigthe, SG 406.27 ). bid a.¤ demon duit, RC ii 390 § 16 .

adbartugud

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vn. of adbartaigidir act of opposing: oca.¤ dialailiu, Ml. 26b20 .

adbas

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v neut.? (ad + fis, cf. imbas, or pret. pass. of ad-fét?): brígach n-adbus 'a vigorous talent (?)' Éigse xxxvii 78 § 9 . do-tég i tech a clú chlothach, | díanbrethach rathach rothabartach asa adbus 'I come into the house because of (its) famous reputation, the talent (?) of which is being of quick judgement, prosperous, very generous' 77 § 4 . asa a.¤ .i. athfis .i. aisneis, O'C. 124 ( H. 3. 18, 75 ).

ad-bath

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x see at-bail.

adbchlos

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n (*ad-fo-clos?) o, [later u?].

(a) pomp, vainglory: do adbchlois (g s.) gl. pompae Ml. 40d19 . nīb ar adbchloss do dōinib, ba ar Dia gacha ndēne `for glory before men', Ériu ii 172 § 5 . im anudh menmon um adhbclosaib in betha, Laws v 130.3 Comm. erchra in t-saegail i n-a gloir ┐ i n-a ádbchlos, PH 3983 . no ḟodhladh gach ní fagaibedh ar adbclos ó doinibh, Aisl. Tund. 93 § 1 . díumas ┐ ádclos ┐ bocasach, LB 235a38 . cen a.¤ cen athmaithium, 261a77 . in doman cona adbclossaib, ZCP iii 453.24 .

(b) In good sense glory, praise, fame: ar adbch[l]os ┐ ar a áne (gloss on: ar adbud), ACC 121 ( RC xx 400 ). ?conid fri súan senbath srethaib cerd adbchlosaib erred, LU 10258 (rhetoric). ba faoilidh fri Golam, ar aoi a adhbhclois ┐ a oirrdercais, Leb. Gab. 226.31 . a lleith oinigh ┐ adhbchlossa, ALC ii 368.19 . ní clú fás . . . adhbhchlos ingine Uaitéir, MS Mat. 565.34 . go ngloir ┐ go n-adbc[h]loss don Athoir, Fl. Earls 160.2 . adhbchlos .i. áoibhneas, O'Cl.