? 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).

abbán

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adj o, ā (ad + bán) very white: a drech abban, LU 3077 ( Fél. 52.34 , SG 236.12 ). Isso uasal amra abán / maccan Muire, Anecd. i 64 § 124 .

abbélaib

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adj (cf. aipélugud, etc.): lotar . . . faolchoin an daire . . . ┐ síat co n-erblaib a.¤ accu ō mud na con `wagging their tails', BColm. 82.z .

abbuide

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x see apuide.

abbuig

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x see apaig.