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ansu,-am adj compar.andsuperl.of1 ansaein meaning(more)
beloved,dear(er),etc. (see Gwynn,
Hermathena xvi (1911) 382 - 384 , Breatnach, Éigse ix 161 - 162 ):ciar bo annsa re Pedar
a Sláinicidh rob annsa ris[in] Slainicid Iohan, TFrag. 112.15 .
70 conid andso anmcharde Dé oldás anmcharde dóine so that
the spiritual guidance of God is preferable to that of men
(?),
LL 282a29 .fer as ansam robai ín Ere, BB 383a27 . Usually
with follg.LA(the special meaning may have originated in
this construction):is ansu limsa mo thech oldás mo trebad
75uli, LU 8386 ( FB 26 ).in nonbur as ansu leis dia muintir,
Lib. Hymn. 87.z .ci[a don] triarsin lenab andsa mé, IT ii2
123.45 .marbadh in aenduine rob annsa lium, ZCP vi 49.23 .
le Dia is annsa íorna mná / ná almsa ríoghdha dá ria, DDána
42.37 .is tú is annsa lium do ghein dearest of mortals, ZCP
80 vii 302.16 .issed indmus ba hannsom leis, Fianaig. 6.5 .
Hence in later lang.annsa love,affection .f., IGT Abstr.
Nouns § 12 .gan ar dtoil ┐ ar n-annsa uile d'fhagháil
desire,what one wants , Desid. 2823 .tré iomad a n-annsa
dhó, TSh. 5952 .soighdeoir na hannsa, DDána 78.6 .do
85chuir a n-annsa fa Éirinn he made them loved throughout
Ireland
, Aithd. D. 31.1 .dob í ar n-annsai-ne a fhochoinn
love of us was its cause, Dán Dé xv 19 .gidh leasg dhún
dul dar n-annsa though I am loth to forsake my beloved,
KMMisc. 242.4 .dar n-annsa for love of us, IGT Decl. ex. 857 .
bheith na hannsa ní shéanfam we shall not deny being in
5love with her
, Dánta Gr. 6.22 .mh'annsa my beloved, 44.9 .

anṡúaimnech adj(1 súaimnech):síol órbh anṡuaimhneach
(anuaimneachv.l.) Ulaidh / síol glanuaibhreach G.`from
whom the Ulstermen are without rest
', TD 2.12 .

anṡúairc adj(súairc) unpleasant: māthair Īsu nārbh anṡūairc, ZCP
10 viii 562 § 10 .ba hanuairc . . . tuaruscbail ind fir sin, IT i
271.33 .eadarnaidh is í anshuairc(of hell), Dán Dé xxv 23 .
gem glaine i cionn gach úaitne / nídat cenna anṡuairce,
Acall. 809 .Compar. nirbh anṡúarca mh'oirecht-sa, Buile
S. 140.15 .

15 anṡúantach adj(súan):is meirtneach ímṡniomhoch anṡuantach
atathoir annsin restless , ZCP x 290.11 .

anta vbl. of necess.ofanaid:dob a. ¤ ris an taoibh thuaidh / ar
bhreith psaltrach Chaisil, Content. xv 12 .éantogha ar ab a. ¤
dhaoibh by which you ought to abide, DDána 3.19 .

20 antach adj(anad?) lazy,quiet: sine operatione.i. a. ¤ no dímain. . .
(gl.otiosa), Goid. 67.18 .a. ¤ .i. bledmil(gl.quieta), 71.1 .

antaí xseeandoe.

? antaic: n lir a conach lir a husci lir a ha. ¤ , BLism. 157rb11 .

? antaid: ind co hantaidh urmaisnech, Caithr. Thoirdh. 66.3 .

25 ? antaigtech: adj dom' īc ar in ngalor na. ¤ fil im' comaitecht,
Aisl. MC 125.11 .

? antait: n foetlas he dantait, Laws v 462.14 Comm. Perh.
forandóit,q.v.

anteirt n indecl.(Lat.ante tertiam [horam])the canonicalhourof
30prime(see KMMisc. 165 ): septies in die laudem dixi.i.
antert tert sest noon fescer midnoct maten`prime, terce . . .',
Thes. i 3.35 .ceileabhrad a. ¤ (measuim gurb ar primh do
beir se a. ¤ eo quod sit ante tertiam), Rule of Tall. § 90 .ymnum
dícat immanirt (read: imm a. ¤ , Edd.) `Hymnum dicat at
35prime
', Mon. Tall. 138.7 (§ 30) .o espartain aidche nDomnaig
có a. ¤ día Lúain, Trip.² 1418 .co ha. ¤ óin nínglúaisea no one
should stir himself till prime
, Ériu iii 100 § 23 .

antepeneuilt adj(Lat. loanword) antepenult: ropad a. ¤ noacuitigfide
indib, Sg. 120a1 , 2 .

40 antistus n(cf.Lat.antisto?) name of a precious stone, Aisl.
Tund. 116.3 .

antium n(Lat. loanword):do thinnscuin a tosach lai a bhais
in a. ¤ molta so anthem , BLism. 116rb9 .

antlás n(tlás) merriment,amusement: gur dhiúlt sé d'áineas
45┐ d'a. ¤ an tsaoghail, TSh. 411 .g s. áineasa ┐ antláis, 8723 .
Cf. in(n)tlás.

antobach n(tobach):tú a ttocht risin impeadhach / do chlú
ort ag antobhach, LBranach 720 `though you were silent to
the pleadings of the intercessor, your fame made harsh demands
50on you
(?)', p. 347 . . . .ná sireadh sé / ní budh dóigh
antabhaigh hí / cóir dá mbí ar daltadhaibh Dé that would
not give hope of a great levying
(?), DDána 3.15 .

antocad n(tocad):asso a antocaid lucklessone, Anecd. i 8.18
( SCano 248 ).

55 antoil n(tol) great desire;evil passion,lust: dod ghnúis . . . / a. ¤
ag múr míonUisnigh. O'R. Poems 138 `great desire', Gloss.
nar fhéag d'a. ¤ na colna, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxv 12 .sgeith
antola ┐ álghais, O'Hara 3180 .tria . . . accobhar ┐ a. ¤ ,
FM v 1444.8 .atá an a. ¤ contrardha dhi(i.e.to temperance),
60 O'Hussey TC 226.15 .ag dréim ré mian a antoile do
choimhlíonadh, 101.16 .ar son a saorta on anntoil sin
rongabh, BNnÉ 108 § 30 .a. ¤ na colna carnis voluptas,
TSh. 942 .

antoiligid v(antoil) lusts: do antoiligh sí ar na hAssíriánachaibh,
65 Ezech. xxiii 12 (`doted upon').

antoiscthech adj(cf. toisc):bochtacht antoisgtheach improvi-
dent(?), irresponsible(?), TSh. 5426 `extreme', Gloss. `deprived
of necessities, destitute
', Meyer Contribb.

antráth n(tráth)unseasonablehour ; usually in phr.i n-a. ¤ too
70 late, at a disadvantageous time: d-ghéana a chontrárdhacht
i n-ifreann i n-a. ¤ , TSh. 2047 .ag iomaithbhear orra féin
i n-a. ¤ i n-ifreann too late, 4701 .a dhúilimh . . . / misi ná
hiarr i n-anntráth, Ó Bruad. iii 58.2 . Hence with trans-
ferred meaning:dealg athálaidh othras Taidhg / dar n-
75antráthaibh tochta an tuilg the calamity adds to our mis-
fortunes
, DDána 79.1 .

antráthach adj(antráth) untimely: codladh a. ¤ , TSh. 1681 .

antrax n(Lat. loanword) anthrax: gach nescoid doniter o adbur
loisce, mar ata a. ¤ , Rosa Ang. 196.3 .a. ¤ .i. nescoid neimnech,
80 208.z.

antrom (3 trom) adj (a) very heavy: na h(i)omnadha úrárda
antroma, CRR² 86.10 .Adv. go h-a. ¤ , Oss. iii 88.8 .
(b)Assubst. o,m. great weight;preponderance;oppression:
lingid a. ¤ an tsluaigh ar Ch., Keat. iii 3545 .dá ndídean
85féin ar a. ¤ shluagh R., 5099 .i n-agaid antruim in mórsluaig
`heavy shock'. Caithr. Thoirdh. 143.8 .baránda an antruim
d'ḟulang`their warrant against oppression' (of a hero),
Content. xxix 29 .ar n-a. ¤ a Dhé a dhul`his death is a
grievous loss to us
', Rel. Celt. ii 246.4 .