agar

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n (ágar?) (cf. ad-ágathar) fear: ni gabhadh aghar na imegla hi, Etudes Celt. i 85.15 . atpertadar . . . nabudh a.¤ leo na Gregu uli, St. Ercuil 581 . d'aghar a aithennta for fear of his being recognized, Etudes Celt. ix 65.20 . is aghar lind ar tregan dó, Ériu viii 58.8 . ?Attrib. g s. tresna murib . . . teinntidi aguir (adur, MS.), RC xxviii 316 § 23 .

Agar

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n.pr. f. Hagar. g s. mac Abraim ┐ Agáre, Rawl. 72b12 .

agarb

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x see acarb.

agart

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adj m. (Engl. loanword) haggard: dóigheadh a' halla mōr in stābla ┐ in t-agurt, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 47.1 . gur loisgeadh a n-agairt a dtighthe, 39.5 .

agarthaige

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Forms: agarthóir

x agarthóir see acarthaige, etc.

ágasta

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Forms: áigesta

adj also áigesta (cf. ad-ágathar, áigsech and Ped. ii 22 ). to be feared, fearful, dreadful: teagdais i naghathar in fuilech formag cnete .i. [i]n[i]d aigesta .i. egail lasinti . . . a cned do tormac in which it is to be feared, Ériu xii 18 § 23 and gl. trūagh .i. . . . āgusta dō gurab trū (i.e. one who dreads being `trú'), Corm. Y 1238 . as aghasta in set-sa suas . . . nidait as aghusta, Lism. L. 4454 . is aidesda leis eg, O'C. 1245 (H 3.18, p. 500). Perh. also: magh .i. mō is āghusta ē oldās in fid, Corm. Y 898 . is luath ágasta a n-érim `their motion is quick and agile', MR 82.15 . Compar. is grannu ┐ is aigestu, Rawl. 80b46 . As subst. n terror, object of dread: do lamaib namut ┐ cecha agesta, Ir. Lit. 34.25 .

agastar

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x see adastar.

-ágathar

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x etc. see ad-ágathar.

? agda

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n (ag): rochan fuirre ind a.¤ `the owner of kine chanted over her', Met. Dinds. iv 200.5 (hardly for in Dagda, cf. Dinds. 113 , RC xvi 65 ).

ágda(e)

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adj io, iā (2 ág) warlike, contentious: aghda .i. cathaighth- each, O'Cl. in animm ághda n-s-dilsig di-a hairfitedaib collaidib, PH 4624 . iarsind úath-blaid ágda (: sámda) `according to the terrible tale', Met. Dinds. iv 198.34 . In mock n.pr. Agdha mac Erchora, Anecd. ii 64.4 .

agenmar

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x see 2 aigen.