adḟlaith

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n .i. adas-flaith, O'Mulc. 21 .

ad-fóbair

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x see do-fúapair.

ad-fócair

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v (cf. do-fócair) announces, proclaims: tráth mbátár and adfógarar fer dun raith andes, LU 10973 . adfogarar dechmu[ide] do feine fiachaigh, Laws i 264.11 . atotfugēra cech dóin `everyone will tell thee', Fianaig. 14.1 .

? ad-foídi

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v adfaitar do thir tethba tar lind nethni cossin Mumain menide is sent (?), ZCP viii 307.11 , but see Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Celtic Studies 124 , Mankind Quarterly xxix 64 , Studia Celtica Upsaliensia ii 67 . ?ba fás adfoidiu (fria faidi, adfeidhiu, adfeidiu, v.ll., ITS xxxix 46 ) faidim / Eriu aibind iar ṅdilind, LL 542 .

adfóirid

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v (ad + fóirid): artificial compd. glossing othraid nurses , Auraic. 2476 .

adfóirithin

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n (fóirithin) artificial compd. glossing othrus, Laws i 130.6 Comm.

adḟúar

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x see adúar.

adḟúath

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x see adúath.

ad-gaib

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Forms: athgabál

v (*ath-gab-). gets back, recovers, takes back: atabgabed far caire gl. et reprehendentes uosmet ipsos aculeum uobis `let your reproach seize you', Ml. 20d11 . ar mad andess dobhí aurthuili a ḟlatho ni aithgebaid act bethi mogaid do, Anecd. iii 59.15 . (`you shall not recover anything but you shall be slaves to him', Hull, Publ. of the Mod. Lang. Assoc. lxii 897 and ZCP xxvii 68 ). cid ar a neipinar athgabail? . . . Ar indi adgaibter trebaire iar n-etrebaire, ar ni athgebad nach trebair a chennadaich ar trebairi . . ., Laws i 254.5 . is úad ad gēbthar Hēriu co bráth Ireland will be inherited from him, ZCP xi 87 § 52 . nír atgab . . . / talam `had not received him', Fél. Prol. 107 . lasin rig atagab ar coimet .i. Dia, Fel.² xxxi gl. 26(1) . do hathghabhadh í orthaibh `it was reconquered in despite of them', TD 17.9 . Note also: an luib ceadna do bhriseadh ┐ a cur ar ghreim na gcon gconfaidh, ┐ fóiridh a nimh ┐ ni athghabhann arís (the poison) does not have any further effect(?), 23 K 42. 437.12 . In sense of goes, comes(?) (see gaibid): cid adgaibsid iarom ol si. ni handsa ol se di themi maro what way did you take again(?), LU 10245 = atgaibsid, ZCP iii 234.4 . Obscure: ba hé tress rí adgeb (in stain, resembling adgeb- Facs.) guin, LL 19465 = ba he treisi do gellguin, BB 264b42 ( SG 335.14 ).

Vn. athgabál.

ad-gainethar

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Forms: itgeinither, adgainethar, -aithgainethar, adgainemmar, -aidgenetar, -aithgeniter, atgainidis, adgigneadar, athgigned, adgenair, aithg(e)in

v (aith- gain- Ped. ii 533 ). Forms: Indic. pres. 3 s. itgeinither, Laws iv 90.1 . adgainethar, Críth Gabl. 563 . -aithgainethar, 564 . 1 pl. adgainemmar, Ml. 66b6 . 3 pl. (pass.?) -aidgenetar, Laws iv 164.2 . -aithgeniter, 5 . Indic. impf. 3 pl. atgainidis, RC xii 92 § 122 . Fut. 3 s. adgigneadar, TBC² 1106 (adgignethar, LU). Condit. 3 s. athgigned, Ériu ii 104 § 13 . Pret. 3 s. adgenair, FM ii 710.12 .

Vn. aithg(e)in.

Is reborn: nocha n-athgigned nach duil `no creature would be reborn', Ériu ii 104 § 13 . o ghenair mac Dé . . go héitsecht D. . . . ní adgenair i.e. there was not such another birth, FM ii 710.12 . In eccles. sense: babtismi .i. adgainemmar ni hi críst, Ml. 66b6 . sacramaint le a n-aithgheintear cách san bheathaidh sbioradālta (of baptism), Parrth. Anma 2794 . In active sense: noch do aithghin sinn `hath begotten us again', 1 Peter i 3 . With pass. form: aithgheintear é . . . do'n Athair néamhdha, Donl. 394.9 . In legal sense is made good, restitution is made of (in some of the follg. form may bepass.): atat secht n-onai . . . nad adgenedar `seven loans which are not restored', Laws v 370.1 . secht n-airligthe nad adgenethar, 21 . ad-geinit(h)ir seoit saire i n-erenaiter acht ni ima-teilge logad n-airiten i.e. they must be restored in the same condition in which they were conveyed, ZCP xiv 384 § 49 ( Laws ii 312.24 ). ni aithginither ó neich ní nad bronna, O'D. 661 ( H. 3.17, 492a ). ni haithginither olc in olc .i. nocha nada geinether olc aithghin is in olc aithgin eile, 662 (H 3.17, 492a). ní ro briathar la cach . . . adgenithar uad dia ceille, Laws iv 100.8 = nad- genethar, O'C. 25 (H 3.18, p. 11b). mat bala adgenech co noill . . . mani tabra noill adgenither condiri, O'D. 938 (H 3.17, 659a). See also aithgeinid.

adgair

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n (1 ad + 1 gair): adhghair .i. gairidheachd dlightheach no maith dlightheach, O'Cl. (see adgaire).