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airísel very low; low in rank, ignoble, mean
anduine 1 person of low estate, poor person, wretch 2 evil person, person of ill intent
bríathar 1 word; in religious sense Word (of God); utterance, talk, saying(s), speech, discourse; non-verbal sign (?); mouth-humility; compendiously 2 blessing, prayer, good wishes; in bad sense curse; intercession 3 word, promise, assurance; pledge, vow; I swear 4Legal statement, testimony; a verbal charge 5Gramm. verb
cláenad 1act of bending, bringing low , inclining, diminishing(?); inclination; Of the eyes, squinting, slanting looks 2act of inclining, influencing 3act of deviating, going astray; deviation, error; evil inclination; abandoning(?)4act of perverting, distorting
cláenaid 1 bends, inclines, slants, tilts; brings low , subdues; bends, perverts; makes crooked; slants; violates, perverts, inclines, leads astray; brings down; strays from, renounces, rejects 2 bends, bows, inclines
colba 1n freq. use of part of the structure or equipment of a house, but precise application not always clear. In some contexts appar. platform, dais along inside walls; seat, bench; in late texts, outer edge of bed 2 support 3Of land, bank, ridge, border, brink(?); ridges, low hills; Of hail; Of hair 4 pillar, post; staff, sceptre, mace 5 shafted weapon
deróile smallness, insignificance, low- liness, mean estate
deróilecht smallness, insignificance, low- liness; contempt
dochenélach of base kind (by virtue of birth); low-born
dochenéuil low-born, degenerate
domestacht 1 immeasurable value 2 low estimation, low value
do-scara 1 overthrows, knocks down, lays low; With extension of meaning, lays low , defeats, destroys:; Lowers, lets down; lets fall 2 falls on; assails, subdues, op- presses (?)
1 drisiuc Name of a poetic grade, a `doérbard' of the third degree; a low satirist or lampooner
1 droch 1 bad air; a bad manuscript; badly clad (?); evil bequests; evil consequences; noxious humour; dejection, despondency; bad tidings; ill deserts; folly, senselessness; ill behaviour; malice; evil eye; derangement of the stomach; low in degree, mean 2 ill-tasting; ill-coloured; misshapen; ill-arranged, ill-proportioned; inordinate 3 dark, obscure
escaraid 1 shoots forth, flourishes 2 overthrows, lays low; is over- thrown, falls
fáen 1 prostrate, supine, lying on one's back; Of the dead; Of a vessel, upright; level; Of weapons levelled for attack; Of hands or arms laid flat, outstretched (esp. in prayer); Of a steep (?) hill 2 weak, ineffectual, void; void; sluggish
fán A slope, declivity, depression, hollow; laid low , prostrated; prostrate; astray, wandering (as a vagrant or exile), cast away, deso- late; longbacked (?); a hollow, dale; trough, groove (?)
fo-álgi Lays low , prostrates, throws down
fodordán a low murmur
fogarán a low noise; lowing
folepaid a low bed or couch
1 fráech 1 heather, and in wider sense low scrub growing on moorland, including bilberries, etc.; heather, ling 2a heath, moor 3transf. of anything rough or bristling 4the Ogham name for the letter u 5 grouse; coarse or shaggy hair; a heathy plain; heath-fruit' (bilberries, etc.); heath-dog, wolf (?); heather-brown
fuirmiud 1 setting down, placing, depositing 2transf. of inflicting, imposing (a punishment, obligation, etc.); imposition 3 laying low , prostrating, overthrowing; felling 4a violent aggressive effort, blow, thrust, tug, etc.; a bardic pupil of the second year 5 arranging, composing; inventing (?) 6in gramm. name given to a subst. preceded by the prep. oc (probably an extension of sense a) 7in gramm. the ordinary application or use of a word, oppd. to `inde' its etymological or inherent sense 8 framework, setting; seat, foundation
íchtarach lower, lowest, low , below; the lower (one); of status, character, inferior, low , lowest:
ísel 1 low , of low stature, low-lying; as subst. (freq. in pl.), a low-lying place, a hollow, the depths; the Low-headed; low-stoned; very hollow-cheeked; Of sound, low , deep; Of colour, pale ?; Of number; As grammat. epithet, used of the short form of pl. of a noun which has more than one pl. form; secretly, in secret 2Metaph. lowly, humble, mean, of low degree; worse
ísle 1Of places or objects, lowness; downwards; Of sounds, lowness 2 lowliness, humility, meanness; depression, low spirits; Of people, commoners
ísleán a low place, a hollow
ísligidir 1 lowers, brings low , humbles; of emotions, abates, diminishes; submit myself 2Intrans. descends, goes down, diminishes
lacad act of weakening, laying low; discouragement, dejection, etc.; laxation, laxative
1 lecaid 1 lays out, sets, places; lowers, lets down; extends, stretches 2Of lowering sail, etc. 3 inflicts (chastisement, etc.) on 4Implying the use of violence, throws to the ground, overthrows, prostrates, lays low
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
midbad a legal term occurring in the term fer m. given to a member of a low class of freeman, appar. a young man not yet possessed of hereditary land; a between-house man', `a man of mid-cottages'; , a youth living on his father's land; honour-price; men of low standing or juniors
1 min 1 shattered, pulverized; As epithet of endearment; minutely 2a petty river; small pieces; tender age, minority; flour- cakes; small (? broken) bread; flour.; a petty gift; small fragments (coll.); trivial matters; little Easter, Low Sunday; mincing: of mastication; confession of minor sins; fragments (coll.); small wood, chips; a small fly, midge; a trifling matter?; relic-case; small assembly; petty troop; fine wine-lees; small folk, inferior people (? children); minute work, ornamen- tation; a small church; a small bird; Name of a plant; meadow saxifrage; a minor prophet; minute observation; a petty chief; a minor offence; a petty theft; cutting small, mincing; a rivulet; small means; a small article or utensil; a small fish; small fish, small fry; a small vessel; a small ship, boat; a little bit, morsel; a venial sin; a trifling point or matter; a small part; minor parts (of speech); division into small parts; a small star; a petty king; a petty skirmish; a small rock; bits, fragments, hash (coll.); trinkets; chainlets; a small stream; a small hearth (sign of inhospitality);; minor authors; small-ribbed, puny?; finely spotted; crushed small; weak-eyed; pulverizes, smashes; crushes small
muiresc a low-lying coast-land, a sea-board; Esp. a maritime district in Co. Mayo (mod. barony of Murrisk)
murbach, muirbech a breakwater; a level strip of land along the sea-coast; monster; murrough; a low sea-board
murrasc a low-lying sea-board
selgad act of hewing down, laying low
sernad 1act of disposing, placing in order 2act of laying low
sligid 1 cuts, fells, strikes down, clears 2 lays low , slays; defeats
sméirle a low-born fellow, a rascal
1 táir mean, base, valueless; lesser; In Laws base, low in rank or standing
tairniud 1In physical sense lowering, taking down, putting down; abating, reducing; With nouns denoting persons reducing, bringing low , humbling; Of feelings such as honour, pride, etc. 2 descending, falling; dismounting; Of natural phenomena; setting; stooping, bending, bowing down (in prayer, etc.); abating, lessening; without abatement, unceasingly; impotent abasement
tálgud soothing, appeasing; laying low; sleeping (?)
tarr, tairr 1 belly; side of bacon with hindquarters; carcass 2 attacks; at the base of, under; dies in childbirth