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a, voc. particle ; 29, 39, 41. 132, 46, 49. 159, 4. a, poss. pron. adj., his, its; her; their.

r his; aspirates initial consonant follg. (but without any visible sign of

aspiration in the case of media or liquida), 27, 22. 98, 8. 100, 21, 28. 102, 46. 103, 63. 111, 23. 119, 84. 121, 109. 123, 136. 124, 152. 125, 174. 133, 7 ;-deletes altogether initial f, 26, 2. 100, 24, 32 ;-forms simple hiatus with vowels, 27, 24. 97,

3. 98, 8. 100, 20. 102, 53. 105, 3. 2. her ; does not aspirate initial consonant follg., 118, 67, 72. 117,

59. 119, 88. 120, 101. 121, 108, 113, 115, 116. 123, 140. 124, 155 ;--assimilates [its own original final (sibilant)] to initial liquida or s:ll, 116, 52(?), 53(?). 119, 872 ; mm, 112, 4. 120, 95. 123, 139. 125, 166 ; nn, 126, 183(?); rr, 118, 70; ss, 126, 196. But 122, 122 a aithig (correctly a hathig, 125, 173); cf. also 119, 86 a amra, where F has no a; and again, at 122, 128 we have inn-a laim; 126, 179 robbet inn-a lobran leith, which in any case is a doubtful text, but which the gl. construes apparently as na

lobrain inn-a leith. 3. their ; prefixes n- to vowels, 26, 10. 99, 16 F ; 122, 130 a minna ;

127, 212 a foessam, but 118, 72 al-lín. *a*, prob. inf. pron. (=rel.), in ar'a chuiliu, q.v. a n-, I. rel. ntr., 'id quod'; 115, 45 a ndorigenai ; 119, 74, 82. 123, 33.

125, 161. 2. obl. rel. cum prep., 97, 6 di-a fognad, [cui serviebat); 116, 49 di-a

foided, ‘for which she was sent. 3. after prep., to form conj., ar a n-, 'in order that', 99, 17, 18;

di-a-n-, 'when', 102, 45 dia mbai il-lobra.

Aaron, n.pr. son of Amra ; 26, 12. ab, L., 27, 24. abcolips, apocalypse ; 100, 25. Abeil, Abel ; gen. 26, 5. Abraham, 26, 7; Abram 28, 27. abstal, see apstal. acher, fierce, of angry mood, 113, 17 gl. fergach, feochur, L. acer, i.e. ac hir,

where hir = ira : possibly acher is intended as feochur, by play of

word on Lat. acer; see Corm. I .i. laind, tend, or trén. acht, but ; only in ni ... acht, = ne . . . que, 'only,' 126, 195. Adaim, Adam ; gen., 26, 5. adamna (?), 26, 8 gl., adamní i.e. hunger, famine, but v. note. Adamnán, n.pr., 30, 52 (gen.) Adamnain F. adamra, wonderful ; 26, 7. 105, 3. adart, pillow; 100, 32 frid-adart, see frith-a. adbal, vast, great, 110, 14 co n-orddain adbail, with ety. gl.' ada = coir,

Lat. fas, and bil = inill, 'safe', 'with dignity that is right to be safe,

lasting' (martanach). adcobraim, I desire ; pres. 3 sg., 102, 45 adcobra. adellaim, I visit, pres. 3 sg., 103, 65 adella, gl. taraill. adessam, see ateoch. adfiadaim, I tell ; pres. 3 sg., 97, 1 [93, 2 amal adfét Eusebius, cf. 165, 48] atfet = ad-d-fet; 3 pl., 102, 58 adfeit, 99, 12 adfiadat. This variation.

is ed adfiadat lini,

iss-ed adfeit littri dún, shows that the two stanzas cannot both be correct ; F reads adfet in both 97, I and 102, 58 ; (but atfet is found, as FM ann 594 atfet scela, 'stories tell'; 995 as ead atfet ;) probably the correct form is adfiadat, but the explanation adfet = adfeded, “it was told,' is against the gl. of

F., periti ; cf. S. na Rann 2250, 2518, 2526. adgladur, I address ; pret. 3 sg., 102, 48 adgladastar. admuiniur, I worship, appeal to the advocacy of; pres. 1 pl., 105, 1 admuinem

mair, (where T has the Munster softening of the r final, and F has the hard-timbre), gl. tiagmait in n-a muinigin; 126, 196, 197 admune mar,

gl., bennachmait, or ailmit. adnocul, burial ; 133, 8. adrad, act of worshipping ; 127, 202. adraim, I worship, pay adoration ; imperf. 3 pl., 101, 41 adortais, gl.

no'adratís Fing. adrimim [A], dirmiu [2], I count; tell, pres. I sg., 119, 81 ni airmiu, gl. 'I

cannot tell its number'; 3 sg., 99, 11 adrimi, with F. gl. periti. but adrimi cannot be pl., so that the interpretation of the line can only rest

on individual phantasy. ad'roetach, see ateoch. adsluinnim, I name, address; pres. 1 pl., 27, 15 adsluinnem gl., asluindmet. aicned, nature ; gen., 134, 44 aicnid.

These etym. gl. have in general no value as etymology, but they are of use in showing the order of ideas to which, in the opinion of the glossator, the word belongs.

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