aidbsiu

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Forms: aidbsen, , aidbsena, aidbsina

n n, f. g s. aidbsen , aidbsena, aidbsina. Vn. of ad-fét.

(a) Precise meaning doubtful in follg. Perh. relating, reciting, setting forth (see also s.v. aidbse): ecis aidbsin .i. fili comgan bhís la righ, O'C. 473 (H 3.18, 248). cia céda dar haisnédhedh tre uadh n-aidhbhsion? Ériu xiii 38.24 . ar dlighidh in arduibh aidhbsion aireachaibh, 39.20 . cingidh adesa dlighidh fria dechmhaidh fria harda aidhbhsiona, 23 . In phr. tús n-aidb- sen(a) of a privilege of the flaith geilfine: is é ní dliges inti dlegur d'airitniugud isin flaithes ngelfine .i. in cumal tsenorba ┐ tus n-aibsin ┐ tus n-urlabra the right to expound his views first(?), Cóic Con. Fug. 45 § 72 (`den Vortritt bei der Anzeige(?)') ( Laws ii 280.26 ) = tus n-aibsena, 16 § 3 n.8 . Note also: tathat lium dais logh sinnsir tus naidbsina, tus nurlabra, Laws iv 372.13 Comm. = tus naidhbdhen, ZCP xii 365.14 (see aidbden).

(b) showiness, ostentation, pride (see taidbsiu): d'éis bhainnse d'óigh d'ullmhughadh / ní cóir aidhbhse ar anmh- uirear one should not be surprised at an excessive number, Aithd. D. 60.7 . atá d'aidhbhse ar Fhionn-ghualainn `F.'s splendour is so great', 18.20 . méad bhar n-aidhbhse is aithne dhamh / ar leith Mogha . . . `I see how excessive is your pride in L.M.', Content. iv 50 . aidhbhsin .i. taidhbsin, O'Cl.

aidbsiugad

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vn. of aidbsigid. act of enhancing, exaggerating, boasting about: adeir P. ag aidhbhsioghadh na guaisi céadna, Desid. 3499 . ag aibhsioghadh h'óighdealbha boasting about, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 208.6 . ní bhiadh cuid aidhbhsighthe ann `much to boast of', Content. xiv 47 . dá gcosnadais Gáidil Eirenn a n-atharda . . . ní beith cuid aidbsigte ag na Gailldeoradaib ar inis Eirenn `ground for glorification', Caithr. Thoirdh. 2.29 . tarla aimhsiughadh mór cugum .i. días ban . . . tuc grádh damh-sa wonder, Feis TC 1151 . Gramm. `aibhsiughadh `the Augmentative' ... as roigheal very white', Mac Curtin, Elements of the Irish Language (1728) p. 51 .

aidcell

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x see aidgell.

aidche

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x see 1 adaig.

aidchecht

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n (adaig) night's lodging: oidcheacht Uí Néill orra .i. oidche ar Mhac A., etc. , Stud. Celt. i 8. 102 .

aidchide

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adj io, iā (adaig) nocturnal: conacca M. fís náidchide, Trip. 392.4 . mothur imdorcha aidchidi LL 235b13 ( TTr. 1375 ). na retlanda aidhchidhì, CCath. 848 . na haislinge ┐ na fisi aidhcidhe, 4386 . triasna frithairib aidchidib by nightly watches, BColm. 106.3 .

?aidcgled

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v Cairmen . . . a.¤ (aicgled, aidhgleadh, adhchlaid, aigclead v.l.) cach mblicht mborrthoraid `C. . . . destroyed all sap of swelling fruit', Met. Dinds. iii 4.42 . Possibly deriv. of aidgell. Cf. ad-cellim, Contribb. and O'Cl. cited s.v. aidgell .

aidchrochad

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x see athchrochad.

aidchumtach

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x see athchumtach.

aidde

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x see 2 aite.

aidearba

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x see aidirbe .