? adrólad

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v im ba gargluinne fria ngrīsad / gním adrōla[d] (adralad v.l.) (: dorónadh), Arch. iii 294 § 2 .

adrollat

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x see ad-roilli.

adroneestar

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x see in(d)-nëat.

adrorastar

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v leth dilsi neich a.¤ is in treas feis, O'Cl. 257 ( H. 3. 18, 149b ).

? adroumde

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v is allámuib ind fendedoi a.¤ , IT iii 238.91 (Wi. suggests form of ad-rími or ad-midethar).

adrúad

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adj (ad + rúad). lit. very red. Of persons: co Abram n-amra n-adruad (: sluag) very strong , SR 2298 . . . . int sluaig / Amalech aurdairc adrúaid, 4082 . sé cathracha . . . / clainni Israhéil adruaid, 5196 , 5782 . ruire a.¤ Almaine, Ériu xvii 42 § 28 . Of a place: i cráesluch Iffirn adruaid, SR 954 . i n-Emain adrúaid (armruaid, v.l.), TBC 2322 . iar sind Affraic áin adruaid, Rawl. 78a49 .

adrúalaid

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x see in-otat.

ad-ruib

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Forms: ruibechtain

v (pret. 3 s.). IGT Verbs § 49 . suffered, endured: truagh mar ad-ruibh tinme a thaeibh / dar cinn-ne idir fuil is ḟeóil, ex. 430 . truagh mar do [roigh] (ruib, v.l.) tinmhe a thaoibh, Aithd. D. 62.12 . ar ruibh do gairbhgleacuibh Gall / ní haimdeacair a ḟulung, IGT Verbs ex. 431 . Vn. ruibechtain.

ad-rulla

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x see as-luí.

ad-said

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Forms: adsaitis

v (*ath-said-, Ped. ii 605 ) settles, resides: adsaitis gl. residentes, Ml. 26c15 .

ad-saig

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Forms: aiscid, adsegat, atsaigtis, arsaigtis, haisceadhadh, aisces, haiscid, haiscim, aiscid

v (ad-saig- Ped. ii 606 ). Later as simple vb. aiscid. IGT Verbs § 71 . seeks after, desires: adsegat nad arget they seek after what they cannot get, LL 344d47 ( Tec. Corm. § 16.95 , adsannaid v.l.). Cf. imsuídet nad rairget, LU 8436 . atsaigtis (arsaigtis v.l.) ar sethir `whom our sisters used to visit', Fél. Sept. 30 . in tan do haisceadhadh (aisceadha, MS.) co duthrachtach onorach ona righaibh he (of the Magi seeking Jesus), ITS xxix 157.17 . Note also: nochar aisces duine riamh I never sought a gift of anyone, BLism. 136b16 ( SG 70.37 ). ni haiscid breth bertair fir feraib laimnighib .i. ni haiscim in breth beraid na fir ata laimtenaigh . . . do réir fír I do not examine(?), O'C. 445 (H 3.18, 239a).

Vn. aiscid.

See also under ind-saig.