abar-, amar-

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pref Only in composition with words meaning dark, etc., perh. merely intensive (see Arch. i 397 , Lochlann ii 200 ): abardall .i. abditum et dall, O'Mulc. 7 . amardíne .i. doirche, H 3. 18, 245.17 . dorala amardhall aidhche o tert co noin darsin mbith, Ériu ii 140 § 147 . lasaid ind-amardall aidhchi amal chaindil, 114 § 45 . tanic in fer sin ic abar-dorc[h]a derid na haidhchi, CCath. 1090 . Cf. 2 abra. `really i cabar-d'. Plummer MS notes.

Abarám

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x see Abracham.

abarta

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x see apartu.

abartach

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Forms: Apartach

n o, ā (abairt): a.¤ escrai (a kind of dispenser ), Triads 231 . fá'n a.¤ áithesach fá Aodh . . . feat-performing one, Caithr. Thoirdh. 96.19 . boibre .i. bo-a.¤, abairt amail in mboin `behaving like a cow', O'Dav. 316 ( Ériu xiii 29 ). .i. epertaigh na mbo, O'C. 2487 ( Eg. 88, fo. 39b ). As n.pr. Apartach, BB 258b31 . The name Ábartach (with lenited -b-, Dánta Gr. 7.21 , Acall. 3021 ) is presumably distinct. See Éigse vii 92 .

? abarthaig

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n mo-chion dar lucht abarthaigh, Dánta Gr. 74.1 . Perh. slanderers, backbiters .

abatísa

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n (Lat. loanword) abbess: a.¤ Chilli dara, RC xviii 272.23 .

abb

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x see ap.

abbach

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x see apach.

abbaéth

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adj (ad + baéth): risin n-úath n-olair n-abbáeth ` lustful ', Met. Dinds. iv 140.94 = risin mnae . . . n-a.¤ , LL 210b4 .

abbaig

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x see apaig.

abbaing

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v ochōn a.¤ inna tri fretiuch so woe to him who breaks (?) these three renunciations (of the world, flesh and devil), ZCP iii 453.28 . (from a compd. ad-boing? Cf. ad-cumaing).