1 aicdech

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n (1 aicde) one who offers surety, bail: rucus a athsui (leg. athsúd?, Ed.) slānnadma for aiccdech, ZCP xv 365 § 50 (`die Bürgschaft für Schadloshaltung(?) ist auf den Bürgschaft Stellenden zurückzuwenden'). masa fear aidbredha ┐ fear medongaite co fear meadhongaite is roinn a tri; no dono cumadh saidhig aicdeach co haicach . . . .i. impoaid in ti ris ar uga toghaid in ceannach don ti ris ar b'ugadh togaid creic fris `? a case of one bondsman (surety) to another' (Plummer MS. notes), O'C. 610 ( H. 3.18, 297 ). O'Don. 973 ( H. 3.17, col. 679 ), O'Don. 861 (ib. c. 615).

2 aicdech

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n (2 aicde) craftsman: is dīlmain do gach a.¤ inla aicde, ciped adbar inla inte, ZCP xii 364.10 . `jedem Handwerker, der ein Gerät anlegt', Cóic Con. Fug. 12.2 .

aicdid(e)

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n (2 aicde): in téo chrann aicdide . . . in teochrann aicdid (sic) dia tísat na haicdide (?haicdi de) atber lebar de, O'Don. 1676 (H. 5.15, 28a) `the timber tree which is fit for making 'aicdi' . . . if the 'aicdi' come of it which the book says are to come of it, etc.' Plummer MS. notes.

1 aice

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x see aicce.

? 2 aice

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n a.¤ .i. ucca, togha no mían, O'Cl. Prob. from mis- understanding of uccu .i. aicci a ōenar atā sē, Corm. Y 1295 .

aiced

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n f. (cf. 2 aicde) materials, implements: aicced ḟognama, Críth Gabl. 178 . a[i]cced cacha laubra, 409 . im a.¤ fige, Laws i 150.6 . croman ┐ fertais ┐ a.¤ , ii 378.28 Comm. cach breith- emhnacht uile berar ar aicedhaibh ┐ ar ferannaibh is riar is ráite re gach ni díbh, O'D. 764 ( H. 3.17 col. 549 ). meisemn- acht for aicidib no for ferannaib, Laws v 448.18 Comm.

See acetpellach.

aicén

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x see ocían.

aicenn

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Forms: acan(n)

n also acan(n). head (poet. of heads cut off in battle): ceni tecais acen neich, ZCP xiii 188 § 241 . aiggen .i. cend, O'Mulc. 108 quoting this ex. biëid co n-imbiud acen / in maten hi Forcalad, ZCP xiii 188 § 241 = biëd co n-imniud acain (.i. cenn) etc. xii 233 § 46 . cath chind[ḟ]ebrat ro mebaid / for Mac Con chétaib acan (: matan), RC xiii 440 § 14 . mairg arata glonn fri gail / ettach no accen Congail, Ériu v 244.198 . Note also: etir othain ┐ acenn (achend v.l.) .i. tene .i. eter inn adnacul ┐ in mesrugud, RC xxvi 26 § 95 and n. othain ┐ acenn .i. itir in cainnell ┐ in tine, O'Dav. 1323 .

aicennach

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adj o, ā (aicenn) decapitated(?): nir bat ugrach ar na ba[t] a.¤ , LL 345b2 = aitchennach, Tec. Corm. 19.28 (not transl.). Cf. cennscoilte, 26 .

aicenta

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x see aicnetae and aiccend.

aicénta

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adj (aicén, s.v. ocían) pertaining to the ocean: dona pias- taibh aiccenta, BNnÉ 73 § 132 = muiridhe, p. 72 xl. anfadh aicenta, CCath. 305 (or = aicnetae?).