ad-ling

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v pounces : escongae ad-ling macc (MS. meic) cach dóenchuinn 'that pounces on the son of any human reason (i.e. rational being)' Éigse xxxvii 77 § 5 .

adlobar

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adj (ad + lobur) very ill: bá hadhlobhar ┐ ba trogh, Misc. Hag. Hib. 23 § 34 .

adlond

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adj (ad + lond) very fierce: ropa rí ar hErind adluind (: Cuind), LL 3391 . niabsai iarom at[h]ais n-ádluinn / óclach uallach, Anecd. i 51 § 10 . Cf. adlann.

adlúasat

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x see as-loing.

adlui

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x see as-luí.

adma

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adj io, iā knowledgeable, skilful, dexterous: duni conái dligid De / . . . / co ngnim a.¤ nad chlithe, SR 451 . Adiar a.¤ irdaig múr, 4191 . F. . . . ri Ulad a.¤ , LL 17123 . fer ard a.¤ ro-bíd co amra / in cech berlu, Todd Nenn. 228.3 . la grain . . . a ngallarm ar narbhó hadhma eolaig Erendaigh ríamh gósin `for the Irish had no knowledge of them before this', Hugh Roe² 34.3 (fo. 9b) . ba ha.¤ eolach Ercail isin ceird sin, CCath. 2938 . o rop adhma som isin ealadhain, Hy Fiachr. 78.9 . sil nAeda a.¤ i ndebaid, Rawl. 84a49 . guidhim an slógh mór manach / im Bheinidheacht . . . / gach manach bhus adhma (adhbha v.l.) orm / do thabhach mh'anma a hIofarnn, `every monk who is known to me' (who knows about me?), Dán Dé xxv 64 . Of an instrument: cen garmna cruind co ndruine / cen chlaidbe a.¤ fige, Met. Dinds. iv 332.30 ( LL 193b50 ). adhma .i. eolach, O'Cl. See also under aidme.

ad-machdathar

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v (cf. 1 machtad): admachdur-sa .i. is machdad limm gl. admiror, Sg. 6a4 (an ad hoc compd.).

ádmaire

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x see ágmaire.

1 admall

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Forms: admailli, Adhmall

adj (ad + mall) (see Celtica i 339 ). For different meaning and derivation see Contribb. and Lochlann ii 204 . very slow, dilatory: ceithri cet as ceirt fhiche / do cathaib nochar adhmall, Celt. Rev. iv 106.6 . in t-ecmong nárb a.¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 248.78 and see p. 135 . airlabra airard a.¤ aci stately, MU² 750 . an ingen a.¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 12.16 . Éire adhmhoill (a s.), Keat. i 212.11 . Compar. admailli, CCath. 4414 . As adv. beit[h] duit co fata ┐ co hadhmall ic clodh Cesair, CCath. 4543 . As n subst. Adhmall, name of a drinking-horn, Acall. 133 ( SG 97.12 ). See also 1 amall.

2 admall

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n bard of the fifth degree: citn-e a nanmand na soerbard . . . a.¤ (admullbard v.l.), IT iii 5.11 . a.¤ . . . is bairdne fadeisin a ruidles, 22 § 67. a.¤ . . . arcain side in bardne so sis .i. bardne fodesin, 43 § 52. adhmallbhard, 23.14 . conici so tra aisti admaill, 44 § 58. a.¤ .i. admoltaid, Corm. Y 276 . nemthigther adhmall idan aonlaime golltraighe, etc., O'D. 2208 (Nero A vii, 144a).

ádmar

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adj o, ā (ád) fortunate, lucky, successful: tuc urchar adhmhar urmaisnech, Acall. 1737 ; ághmar, IT ii2 139.417 ; ādhmur Feis TC 971 . cidh adhmhar ni hilbhuadhach, Skene, Picts and Scots 89.2 . ba hághmhar d'Aodh . . . nach dtigeadh tar a breithir A. was lucky . . . that, Duan. Finn i 1.19 . ?craobh adhmur don triar morde / Maol Carman Maol Fialf[ ], LL 394.38 .