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airchra 1 act of perishing, hence decay, decline, deterioration 2 failure, deficiency, want; eclipse (of sun, etc.) 3In vaguer sense downfall, ruin, defeat; grief, affliction
aithbe 1 ebb, reflux (of sea); Hence decline, decay; Of defeat in battle; Of decline in old age, death 2act of avenging (sense of aithe)
ár Slaughter, carnage; defeat , destruction; slaughter of heads, a taking of heads; those slain, slaughtered ones; slaughter-track
1 brat 1act of plundering, robbing; spoil, plunder, robbery; captive(s) as spoil; Legal presum. robbery by violence oft. coupled with gat presum. robbery by stealth 2 captivity, bondage 3In classical lang. in generalized sense bondage, affliction, hardship; grief; a defeat
breisim 1 noise, din, uproar 2 rout, defeat
breislech rout, defeat
bris(s)ed 1act of breaking; a break(ing); `rupture' (from heat and cold in cloud)2 act of injuring, breaking (partic. of persons, parts of body) 3Freq. of battles, etc., us. with FOR of defeated party act of defeating, overthrowing; defeat , rout 4In more abstr. senses of breaking or violating laws, etc.; inuiolably
combrised act of breaking (mutually, completely, etc.); demolition, destruction, defeat; fractures
1 cor 1act of putting, placing; setting up2act of throwing, casting; performing; whirlwind 3act of letting go, discarding 4 leap, twist; throw 5 twist, coil 6 twist, detour, circuit in road, etc. 7 tune, melody 8 power over9 contract; act of putting; not properly verbal as oppd. to written contract; bond, bargain, agree- ment, guarantee, undertaking; request; marriage-contract 10 surety, guarantor; guarantee(s), undertaking, term(s) 11Of trees etc. (us. transl. planted) 12act of overthrowing, defeating; defeat , reverse 13 state, condition, plight 14act of tiring; tiredness, fatigue 15 all day long, the livelong day
dimbúa(i)d 1 defeat , discomfiture, disgrace 2 lack of privilege, disability 3 drawback, misfortune, ill-luck
dub 1 black, swarthy; dark; dark (i.e. red) wine; black bile, melancholy; Of persons, swarthy of complexion or blackhaired; Of a blind person; iris or pupil (?); dark (in moral sense); dire, gloomy, melancholy:; In B. na f. great, expressing intensity;2 black pigment, esp. ink; an inkhorn; gall; oak-gall (?); dawn?3 dark and speckled; black and curling; very feeble; dark crimson; dark red; dark brown or dun; dark blue- grey, livid colour; turns livid; blue-black, intense black; dark tan- coloured; dark grey; the spleen; ball of the thumb; dark brown or dun; dark red; black-limbed (?); blackfooted; name of a plant, black maidenhair; black-toothed; plaintive-sounding; melancholy-mad (downright m.?; black-faced; black-shanked, -legged; black-eyed 4 abyss, deep; dark bondage; name of a disease (kind of jaun- dice?); part of an axe; sword; tribute; black bondage; blackthorn, sloe; crow or raven; downright perjury; obscure word; black hatred; black spear; nefarious stealing; black foreigner, Dane; black heathens, Danes; dark stream or river; black heathenism; black fluid or humour; melancholy; black vessel, name of a measure (?); dark liquid; black pool; Dublin; black exile; Of an outlaw band in general; Dane; symphytum or comfrey; penitentiary; mighty king; dark plain (?); black (crushing) defeat (?); dark design (?); dark pigment or liquid; foul weather; defiance, challenge; black fast (lasting three days); black fast, keeping a black fast 5 foul weather 6 black rod
1 fír 1 true, veracious; he is right; I deem it true, I believe; it will prove true, come to pass; happened; may it come to pass; so be it; if it is true = `according to statement', `it is said'; `righteous' (?); as true as; genuine 2what is true; truth, right; according to truth, really, actually; truly, really (?)3a pledge, guaran- tee 4an attestation; a proof, test, ordeal; a religious ordeal or attestation; compurgation; compurgators; `test-tree,' tree of ordeal; aspen 5 right, due 6`truth of battle,' a just cause in fight; fair play (in combat), single combat; the truth (justice) of the F.; the word of a prince; justice of a ruler; fair fighting 7 veracious, true, just; a just judge; a just judgment; just, true rule; according to right procedure, as is meet; true, righteous judgment; true account; just wrath; veritable, genuine, real; the true God; heathen gods; genuine fury; the true neuters; a genuine friend; a veritable foe; a true cleric; the real God; a true, rightful prince; true King; exact; true, genuine or merely intens. downright, sheer; true smoothness; gentleness; a hearty welcome; true charity; scrutinizing; true love; intense thirst; real profit; a downright defeat; deep envy; selected (?) wheat; salmon; a salmon- weir; fresh milk; a spring; fresh water (opp. to brine), spring water 8 truly, genuinely, downright; very keen; perfectly round; quite certain; really poor; truly learned; just in judgment; truth-speaking; truly the best
imchlóud 1act of changing, turning, returning; change, alternation 2 reversal, defeat ?
2 imrúacad 1 great onset; invasion 2act of routing, banishing; rout, defeat 3 stamping, prancing (of horses)
lén 1 defeat , hurt, injury, misfortune, sorrow; sick-bed, state of being injured or ill 2 idleness, sloth, inertia 3one who is unable to defend himself (or his interests) because of his youth, debility, etc.; infant, minor
maelad 1 cropping the hair; making bald 2 making flat or blunt; (fig.) making weak, depressing; growing weak, abating; defeat
maidm 1 breaking (a battle); defeat , rout, flight; `field (path) of rout', precipitate flight; In concrete sense of routed party; Of cattle 2 breaking, bursting, giving way (in physical sense); nut-cracking; heartbreak; an earthquake; In concrete sense, a fracture, fissure; clefts 3a breaking forth, bursting out, eruption; spring-tide; Of a loud noise, clap, crack
maidmech Of persons, defeat-inflicting; swift-triumphant
mebsain 1 breaking forth, bursting out 2 breaking (of a battle), defeat
mí- 1 evil desire; an evil fate, death; aversion, loathing; an evil token; ill desert; evil-speaking, bad language; evil counsel; slaughtering; a bad (false) reading; failing to hit the mark; incoherence; bad fosterage; ill nurture; evil plight; mis-disposal (?); ruin; evil custom or habit; evil odour; irreverence, disrespect; disrespect, disesteem; evil prediction, augury; discordant music; wrong; unjust; ill-will, grudge; senselessness, folly; wildly, at random; ravings; evil destiny; disquiet, trouble; ill fame, evil report; breach of covenant, ill faith; evil counsel; non-fulfilment or breach of promise; misfortune, ill-luck; a bad throw, a miss; legal term, an illegal or invalid contract; defeat; ill- behaviour, turbulence; impiety; an evil heart; rancour; an evil recollec- tion; Forgetfulness; a bad share, an inferior portion; misconstructing; (fig.) dis- maying; evil smoke; ill appearance, ill looks; evil-doing; Not doing; Bad shape, form; ill appearance; bad colour; an evil eye (glance); an evil example; evil fate; ill-treatment; evil anticipations; distrust; want of hope, despair; an ill wish; ill will, malevolence; a misdeed; dishonour; inhospitality; evil report (?); leaving (animals) unguarded or in danger?; an ill welcome; mistake, delusion; an evil word; A word of ill omen; evil speaking, bad news; Reviling; an illegal or unjust proceeding (Laws); disqualifications; Hence in general a wrong, grievance (generally in pl.); bad help, a hindrance; cowardice; an evil deed, misdeed; ill favour, dislike?; disfavour; dislike, aversion; low rank or status; evil result, consequences; playing false, deceiving; maltreating, injuring; evil meditation, ill thoughts; evil intent; unwarlike behaviour, cowardice; bedless; dis- figurement; an evil omen; evil desire, disposition; Dejection (?); discouragement; dejection; misjudgement, mistake; Disesteem, disrepute; of ill fame; a bad or dangerous morsel (of food); dis- honour, reproach; unfriendliness, hostility; shamelessness; debility; an unchaste woman; dishonour; disfavour, dislike; a bad share; an evil lot (?); bad luck, ill fortune; a breach of rule, transgression; an evil course; disobeying, not com- plying with (the wishes of); an evil choice; an evil secret, mystery?; evil intent; ill will, malice; an evil report; bad tidings; ugliness; bad writing, mistakes in writing or copying?; ill-luck; dejection (?); want of sense, ability; mistrust; an evil fit, paroxysm, turn; guile' (?); dis- pleasure; mishap, accident; ill-repute; gloom; misfortune, ill luck; a false opinion; Suspicion; evil will or inclination; Unwillingness; evil fruit; ill-profit, unprofitable- ness; decrease; mercilessness; an evil foreboding or omen 2 having evil desires; giving evil counsels (? ill-advised); of evil behaviour; of ill fame; scurrilous; plying an evil trade or calling; unconscious of; not in one's proper senses; infamous; ill-famed; backsliding; impious; unbelieving, infidel; misshapen; forgetful; ill-fated, unlucky; devilish; unworthy; hopeless, despairing; incapable of brave exploits; given to evil speaking; foul-mouthed, scurrilous; wanting proper qualifications (leg. term); unkinsmanlike; of evil or pitiable aspect; ill-speaking; unwarlike, craven; ill-cared, ill-nourished; immoderate; unnatural; shameless; inordinate; grace- less; unlucky, inauspicious; not smooth, rugged; a rough or uneven place; ill-intentioned, malicious; unsightly, hideous; anxious, distressful; reckless; troubled, uneasy; unhappy; ill-attested; of evil report, infamous; unfortunate; evil-minded (?); ill-provided, lacking necessaries; im- prudent, foolish; weak, inefficient; merciless; merciless; Failing to obtain mercy, doomed; hapless; inconsiderate, foolish; merciless' (?)3 counsels ill; defames; keeps (observes) ill; profanes; disorders, throws into confusion, mishandles, maltreats; disordered; dislikes, loathes; wishes ill (to); does ill; plays false, deceives; treats with disrespect, dishonours; dishonours; displeases; believes or thinks evil, suspects
róen, ráen 1a way, path, route 23 rout, flight 4a defeat , rout 5
1 sár 1 outrage, insult, humiliation 2 humiliation, discomfiture, defeat 3act of excelling, exceeding, that which excels, exceeds
scainder fight, conflict, skirmish; defeat , rout
scaindred, scandrad 1act of scattering, dispersing 2 rout, defeat 3 frightening, terrifying, taking fright
sceimle disaster, calamity, defeat
2 sceimlech rout, defeat
scél 1 story, narration, tale; Story as a literary genre, accom- plishment; story told of a particular person, hence fame, reputation; news, tidings; news of a defeat , slaughter; information, account, statement (sg. and pl.); news, tidings, information; a story at second hand, hearsay; in agreement together 2 reproach, accusation; argument, pleading, defence, excuse 3 happening, event, circumstance, state of affairs; as for, as regards; bad news, calamity, misfortune
tairbert 1 inclining, bending; subduing, conquering; violence (?); defeat (?); unconquered 2 carrying, bringing, escorting; bringing forth, birth, pregnancy; ministering to, serving with food; With cath giving, preparing, threatening battle (?); handing over, delivering; handing down, tradition; deed, exploit, action, performance (?); passage; intelligence 3 giving, gift, liberality 4In religious sense offering, oblation