aicserad

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x see foicserad.

1 aicsid

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n (aicsiu) seer, observer: aicsed (sic) féig furachair, LB 219a16 ( Aisl. MC 97 ).

2 aicsid

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x see aicside.

aicside

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adj io, iā (cf. aicsiu) visible: na huili dúile aicsidi ┐ nem- aicsidi, Trip.² 1367 . ar cach ngúasacht a.¤ ┐ nemaicsidi, BColm. 96.10 . Dia . . . do rinne . . . na huile aicsidhe ┐ neamhaicsidhe, Desid. 4917 . ar aimsighthibh mh'esccarad aicsidhe ┐ neamhaicsidhe, Parrth. Anma 5067 . risan n-eagluis aicsidhe do órduigh Dia ar talamh, Mac Aingil 5318 . as aicsighe an tuarusgbáil adbertois fair, ZCP x 284.30 . Note also: ri rogni cach ṅduil foleith / aicseid ┐ nemaicseid, SR 330 .

aicsigud

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vn. formation from foicse: ní cumang ar ndul i n-a.¤ dí `we cannot go near her', Lism. L. 2667 .

aicsin

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x see aicsiu.

aicsis

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x see aixis.

aicsiu

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Forms: aicsin, ascin

n n. f. Usually aicsin. Later with g s. -ena, -ina. By metathesis ascin. Also faicsin q.v. Vn. of ad-cí.

Act of seeing: a n-a.¤ oc collud a n-hírend, LU 10561 . bá brón di suidib m'aicsin in imniud, Ml. 44c6 . connabí asse a aicsin leu, 116a1 . oc aiscin in maic, TBC² 3378 . i nemfecsiu inda gnuis `without looking on their faces', Mon. Tall. 151.3 (§ 62) . diceannaib gen agu aicsen, Laws v 74.4 = cen agu aicsena, O'C. 317 ( H. 3.18, 174b ) `? chiefs to supervise them', Plummer MS. notes. eiric aicsena . . . ┐ eiric nemaicsena e. for seeing, Laws iii 178.14 Comm. dofanic ferg . . . ica n-aiscin, TBC 2439 . íar n-ascin oíbniussa flatha nime, LU 2134 ( FA 20 ). ni denta ingnad dom aisginsi annso, ZCP x 301.18 . adlaichda a ascin ri fraig `hero-like its aspect' (of a shield), LL 18389 . ret fhaicsin, a fholt fiar / do-chuaidh mo chiall uaim, DDána 8.10 . ba miannach a aiscena (: feda) `he was desirous to see her' Met. Dinds. iv 326.24 . do reir na faicsiona, John vii 24 .

aicsu

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n (vn. of as-goa, Ped. ii 549 . MU² Gloss ., however, takes as vn. of ad-(aith-?)-guid, but cf. 1 aicde) request, wish: ní ail a.¤ (aucsu, MS, with i written over the first u) forsani nothechti gl. quae optamus non euenisse, Sg. 148a9 . cadeat m'acsine ┐ m'urnadmand, MU² 113 `my requests and guarantees', p. 62 . Cf. ucse. See asa-gú(si) , aucsam

ad

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n some kind of tree : craeb don a.¤ (: maig) (referring to Aodh mac Crongilli, bishop of Armagh), Arch. iii 306 § 14 . i scáth aide caislechtai scoth 'in the shade of a smooth flowery ad ' UR 114 § 24 .

aid

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x see oíd.