aibinn

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n also aimind. a.¤ cach airdige, Laws v 406.25 .i. staba glainide ┐ airgit, 408.16 Comm. aimind cach airdige, 408.5 .i. in ae aibind asa nabur na huasal-deocha .i. na staba glainide ┐ argait, 23 Comm. Perh. same word as aibenn, used of stand of some kind for a cup, Plummer MS. notes.

aibirseóir

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x see aidbirseóir.

aibis, aibís

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n f. in later lang. (Lat. abyssus, Ped. i 202 . Form with long-i < AN abis Risk 72 , Ériu xxxiv 66 n. 139 ).

abyss: amal abis ┐ amal fudumain, Ml. 55d11 . is samlid insin rodaingnigestar Dia imna abissiu, 51d8 . no bidís . . . dorchata dluithi for dreich na haibhísi, (super faciem abyssi, Gen. i 2 ), BB 15a41 . abís in mara timchellas in talmain sin, LU 2724 . ind abís mor i'n ro inclannad dliged circuil, gloss on circulus abyssi, Lib. Hymn. 76 gl. 69 . ro- chraithit fothada na haibesi, PH 35 . Fig. in a.¤ (aibheiss v.l.) fesa (of a person), CCath. 4491 . a.¤ fessa (of the mind), PH 6816 .

Aibisdín

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Forms: Aibhisdín, Aibhisttín, Aughusttín, Augusttín, Aibhstín, Aibhistín, Ambrosius, Aubhistín, Augustine, Augustin, Augustín

pn Augustine: S. Aibhisdín , Desid. 44 . S. Aibhisttín , 4840 . Aughusttín, 4027 . Augusttín, 4427 . mar adeir S. Aibhisdin, Mac Aingil 773 . S. Aibhstín , Eochairsg. 3.35 . Elsewhere Aibhistín, 6.10 et pass. Ambrosius, Aubhistín, Hieronymus, 2.21 . Augustine, Augustin, Augustín, TSh. p. 353 .

Aibisolón

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x see Absolón.

aibit

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Forms: aibíd, aibhid

n f. aibíd, aibhid f., IGT Decl. § 13 (Lat. habitus). Perh. infl. by Fr. habit, see Vendr. Lex.

(a) habit, dress: aingel . . . ┐ a a.¤ mar in snechta, YBL 146b24 . idir chóta ┐ chaipín / idir aibíd is asán, TD 38.6 . Esp. of religious habit: iar ngabail abiti manaig imme, Ann. Conn. 1238.10 . an rí fírén . . . d'écc . . . i naibíd manaigh léth, FM iii 212.8 . a n-a.¤ san Fronses, Marco P. 1 . do chuadhas a n-ord ┐ do chlaechluigheas mh'édach a n-aibid, ITS xxix 110.9 . gairid ar mbúain resin mbeirt / gur smúain in aibhid d'imeirt, IGT Decl. ex. 625 . iar sgrios aibíde . . . na hurchóide dhíbh, TSh. 6950 . aibídedha crābaidh do chur iompa, SG 10.19 . ro gab a aibitt iarnaidi ┐ a culaid comruicc imbe (of armour), Grail 2771 .

(b) habit, custom: tvc drvim frisna haibidibh saogalla, Aisl. Tund. 118.4 . is coir aibit in chuirp do choimhead co friochnumhach, ITS xxix 138.27 . Med. is ó na complexib doníter aibídech[a] na corp = habitudines, O'Gr. Cat. 251.12 .

aiblenaib

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n ( d p.) ro clannsat . . . a craiseacha . . . i mbruinnib ┐ i n-ochtaib ┐ a n-aiblenaib a n-each ` groins ', CCath. 5729 . Leg. aithblénaib? Stokes. But see aidlenn.

? aiblis

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n [gnid] (gunt v.l., BB 204b3 ) cathraigh airm a.¤ / d'iar ba ainm Pictabis, Todd Nenn. 132.43 . (`with their many weapons'). On the margin of BB translated `glittering arms ' as if connected with oíbel.

aibnech

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adj o, ā (1 ab) having many rivers: re ro met a n-itad . . . mon tir . . . eissaich abnich, Cog. 52.17 . a nEighipt aibhnigh, BB 19b10 . sa mhoigh mhín aibhnigh ealaigh, DDána 99.18 .

aibres

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x see am(a)ires.

aibril

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x see apréil.