abdaine

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x see apdaine.

Abhguisd

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x see Auguist.

abis

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x see aibis.

Abisolón

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x see Absolón.

1 ablach

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adj o, ā (aball) having apple-trees: lis a.¤ crandcaem, Acall. 2738 v.l. Usually in Emain A.¤ , a legendary island, equated by Chotzen, ÉC iv 255 ff. , with Avalon; see also under Emain. i mbrugh Eamhna abhlaighe (:thairrngire), DDána 120.25 . As n. pr. mad cuablaich (mocuablaigh, v.l.) a.¤ arann /mad comuirgil / muirgel manand, IT iii 34.5 (Meyer, Primer of Ir. Metrics 16.12 ). ?romarbsat i cath abla a.¤ lugach is ler . . ., LL 204b38 . A.¤ ingen Domnaill, LL 17270 . As n loc. Ablach Owley , Hog. Onom.

2 ablach

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n (with unlen. -b-) (cf. apach? See, however, Lochlann ii 201 ) corpse, carcass, carrion: is fearr le fiach dubh a.¤ , Measgra D. 12.13 . an corp . . . 'na a.¤ mhorgaithe, Párl. na mB. 3272 . tumba bhíos lán do mhórgaitheacht ó ablachaibh na marbh, 3855 . a h-ablach tá dá stracadh as a chéile / ag madraidhibh Sacsan, O'Rahilly ii 35 . Cf. conablach.

ablachóc

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n [ā, f.] (aball) little apple-tree: a abhall a abhlachóg, Buile S. § 40 .

ablann

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n f. Later form of obla(e), q.v.

(a) nochtad . . . inna hablainne, LB 251a41 . fechait oblaind .i. ablanna ┐corp Crist, RC xxvi 34 - 5 . i gcruth abhloinne, Dán Dé xviii 28 . gé nach ttréigeand an abhlann fioghair . . . aráin, Parrth. Anma 210.20 (3005) . fedb irissiuch dognid ablanda dosom, RC xlvi 239.9 .

(b) ?is bés . . . oc Gregaib grán cruitnechta do h-idpairt i fharrad áblainde, LB 141b5 . abhlanna gan laibhín ungtha le fíon `unleavened cakes ', Levit. vii 12 .

Apparently for annlann in: luibh dárab ainm fiaidhleitiús do chaitheamh mar abhlann leis (of the Paschal lamb; = azymos panes cum lactucis agrestibus, Exod. xii 8 ), Eochairsg. 98.4 .

ablóir

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x see oblóir.

? abnaire

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f. g s. in n.loc. Ross nEidnech na hA.¤ (: ṅdamgaire), LL 305a30 ( SG 382.1 ).

abó!, abú!

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interj (? onomat.) a war-cry (first attested in the Calendar of Justiciary Rolls of the early fourteenth century) Ériu xxii 167-73 , Celtica xxv 105 .