2 áes

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Forms: áes, aeis, aesa

n u, m. áes m. (g s. and n p. aeis, aesa), IGT Decl. § 38 .

People, folk, those who, etc. Almost invariably with qual. clause, adj., or noun in gen.: áis fil oc turcbail grene gl. qui primi hominum solem uident, Ml. 94b18 . ?dommuinetar indóini is (indoiss, MS.) ferc do insin, 49b7 . dond aos bís illobrae `to those that are lying sick', Mon. Tall. 148.9 (§ 56) . genaiti áesa a Tenmag Trogaigi, LU 3521 . a Athair na n-uile aos `Father of all folk', A. Ó Dálaigh xxix 4 .

With follg. adj.: int ais amprom `the wicked ', Ml. 31c6 . int óis anfoirbthe `the imperfect folk', Wb. 13c13 . ind aiso boicht `of the poor ', Ml. 31c1 . in n-áis déed `the lazy folk', Wb. 25c19 . aithbeoadh aois éidtreoraig `a resurrection of all feeble folk', O'Gr. Cat. 485.1 . int ais firian `the righteous ', Ml. 55d11 . tairisem ind aiso firien, 54a13 . ni forcital óisa foirbthi `of perfect folk', Wb. 8c3 . ind aosae galrich `of sickly persons', Mon. Tall. 146.27. (§ 52) . dar cenn ind óesa lobuir `for sake of the feeble folk', Wb. 10c11 . int ais lósc `the blind ', Ml. 45c9 . in n-aés moith ┐ anfoirbthe `the tender and imperfect', 45b17 . ind áisso noib `of the saints ', Ml. 27c2 . inna fochaide dobertar forsin naís noib, Ml. 27b15 . in t-aes ócc óetedhach the young , TTr.² 1218 . aes sruith superiors , Trip.² 2115 . cen imcomet aesa sruith, Laws iii 510.2 . With follg. noun in gen. (for similar phrases see fer, lucht): áes . . . airechta members of an assembly , O'D. 544 ( H. 3.17 c. 435 ). bhur náos énúaire sojourners , Lev. xxv 23 . áos aithrigi ` penitents ', Mon. Tall. 131.z (§ 11) . in t-aes cairdiusa ┐ caradraidh friends , CCath. 233 . óis carcre ` prisoners ', Wb. 28d30 . áes comchotaig allies, partners , LU 4637 (TBC). aes comgnima co-operators, fellow-workmen , Laws v 156.18 Comm. aes cotalta sleepers , Laws iii 220.23 Comm. don aes na deiccsin (leg. -sen) the watchers , BDD² 589 . aithgabail aesa ecolsa ` ecclesiastics ', Laws ii 120.5 Comm. fíad áes enig, LU 3903 ( SC § 41 ). áes gráda retainers, counsellors : ar marbad a muintiri, ocus aessa grada, ocus a comalta Cog. 62.2 . tugudur a aes gradha mur comurle dó ZCP vi 273.4 . is and sin do gluaisetar a glanaos gradha gu hO mBriain ITS xxvi 63.25 . do gluais uathad da aes grada Ann. Conn. 236(s.a. 1315.11). ro airc Feidlimid iar sin aes grada Ruaidri h. Conchobair 1316.4. for aes n-imthechta messengers , TBC 148 . mian ngalair aesa inhuitir `sick craving of invalids', Ériu xii 20.1. (BCrólige). á.¤ láime actual perpetrators: is iat is aes laime ann lucht in combaiti, Laws iii 252.13 Comm. (lucht laime, 8 ). æs man- cuine `personal retainers ', Ériu xii 40 § 50 (BCrólige). oís muntire gl. domistici Dei, Wb. 21c4 ; 21b12 . do óes oifrinn congregation at mass, Trip.² 1386 . ar n-óis rechto `we folk of the Law', Wb. 31d1 . int ais sechmaill `the passers-by ', Ml. 102a15 . romtar óis teglig `folk of (His) family', Wb. 7b13 . ond áes tuaithe from the laity , Wb. 28b32 . Esp. to denote an occupation or calling: óes cherdd craftsmen or poets , Críth Gabl. 281 . int aos creth poets , Arch. iii 310 viii 3 . a.¤ dána artists, poets , see dán. a.¤ gráid men in orders, see 1 grád. a.¤ gráda favourites, confidants, etc. see 2 grád.

Folld by gen. of a place-name: áes an Arda (= Firu Arddae § 1), Arch. iii 296 § 35 . for aes mbabelone `the Baby- lonians ', Ml. 107a5 . áis inna ethiobae `those of Ethiopia', 94b22 . á áis siriae `O Syrians', 66c12 . aes na Temrach, BDD² 159 .

In nn. loc. see Hog. Onom.

? áesa

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n ni ba aurrachtuch ae (sic leg.) munub faitiuch cach aesa, Laws ii 88.13 (= O'C. 2718 ) `no one is competent to plead in a court of law, unless he is skilled in every kind of legal science', Plummer Ériu x 121-2 . Cf. 2 áe, 1 noes.

áesach

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adj o, ā (1 áes) aged (so many years etc.); aged, ancient: ba hæsach deich mbliadne, Lism L. 3404 . for Herind aesaig uasail, LL 596 . ó nach aiseach (aosmhar, v.l.) sinn re comrac primlaech, CF 443 . da mbeth sé aesach ann i.e. if he had long been in possession, O'D. 1959 ( Eg. 90 f.7(8)b ).

áesaid

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v (1 áes) grows up: dá n-aosadh in segain slán / ní beith Eire ar siadhán (elegy on a young chief), Caithr. Thoirdh. 4.10 .

áesán

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n (2 áes) (a) fairies: imad c[h]liabh is imad c[h]orp | ar teitheadh an a[e]sain dod lot | Muire ┐ Bridid na tri feart | co tigid dod c[h]abair anocht 'may Mary and Brigid of the three miracles come to your aid tonight about your chest and your body, lest the fairies harm you' Éigse xii 200 (NLI G11, p. 394b32) .

(b) sickness caused by fairies: obaid a n-aigid áesain 'a charm against ‘fairy sickness’ (‘fairy stroke'?)' ibid. (NLI G11, p. 394b40) .

áesc

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n (see Vendr. Lex.) shell: aesc gl. clasendix (quid significat concham qua signum tegitur), Sg. 69a5 . ǽsc gl. concha, Thes. ii 231.3 . Cf. faesc (s.v. faísce).

áesclad

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n act of washing, cleansing: fodb do aesclad .i. nemnesam in tétach no co nígther ┐ ó nígther é is nesam, O'D. 1627 (H. 5.15, p. 16a). fodb do aesclad .i. atach (leg. étach) in mairb má ro nighedh hé is anad náine for in athgabail, ib. = do fhaesculad, O'C. 1061 ( H. 3.18, p. 439a ); do foesclad, O'C. 1148 (H 3.18, p. 457a) a.¤ .i. nighe nó glanadh, ut est fodb d'a.¤ .i. cetach (= edach, O'C. 2750 ) in mairb do uisge-luagh, do luadh ar in uisce, O'Dav. 170 .

aesib

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x see éis(s)e.

áesmaire

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n , f. (áesmar) old age: ar críne ┐ aesmaire, Ériu iv 134.15 . dia óci na dia oesmaire, LB 156b 22 . gach aosmhuire da mbia an toirrchius as moide an guasact, 23 K 42, 73.5 .

áesmairecht

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n f. (áesmaire) old age, seniority: nocan ar aesmair- echt fodeligther ae, O'C. 732 ( H. 3.18, p. 350 ). In follg. perh. veterancy, maturity, doughtiness (cf. arsaidecht): dob ingnadh aille a cuirp ┐ a aesmuracht (aesmuire v.l.) fen, Fier. 73 (`nobleness(?)'; v.l. adds: ┐ saire a faicsina).

áesmar

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adj o, ā (1 áes) aged: admuiniur secht n-ingena / dolbte snāthi macc n-āesmar `who fashion the threads of the sons of long life', Misc. Hib. 19.26 = IT iii 53.10 . cemad aesmar a fiacail, O'C. 732 ( H. 3.18, p. 350 ). intan rob arrsaid ┐ rob aesmur . . . he, BB 236a43 . o'tcuala . . . an lánamhain n-áesmair sin do theacht, Ir. Texts iii 15 § 5 . Of age, adult: do ṡnadhmad re araili a meic ┐ a n-ingena . . . intan ba haesmhur iat, Marco P. 124 . i gcléith chogaidh ní dú dol / 's gan tú go habaigh aosmhar, DDána 105.23 . ó nách aosmhar le cómrach . . . sinn, CF Eg. 253 . Compar. an drong rob aésmaire dibh, St. Ercuil 2364 . Superl. in caingin is aosmaire aimsir of longest standing, O'C. 1615 (RIA 23 Q 6, p. 6a-b).

As subst. veteran (cf. arsaid): ollbaige uathmara na naesmar `the fearsome battle-cries of the veterans', Ériu viii 36.1 .