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aimnertach weak , listless
aimnirt weak , feeble
anfann 1 very weak , feeble 2 sad, dejected.
1 banda 1 feminine, female, womanly; pertaining to a woman 2 womanish, effeminate, weak
bec 1small worker; of little fear; of small honour; small stock, cattle; a small thing, a trifle; little (lowly) people; short life; little interest, heed; a small company, host 2having little sense, weak-witted; short-stalked: (of a plant); small-hearted, hard-hearted; of little harm; fearless; having little substance, `inops'; yielding little milk; dispirited; impudent, shameless; having little strength, weak; feeble-witted
bern Gap, breach; pass, defile; hence weak position in defence or attack; refuge; breach made or occupied by a warrior, etc.; undefended or weak position in defence or attack; Hence b. position of danger, strait; fight; gap; break, flaw in general: (expl. Bernán Brigte, name of saint's bell); (of a drinking-horn); ungapped
1 boc soft, gentle, tender; Of sound; (Of water, juice) tepid; Of weather moist, `soft'; Of landscape, etc. marshy, boggy; soft, gentle; Of persons etc. generous; easy, lacking in severity; (Of verse in an uncomplimentary sense); weak , foolish; In expressions of time easy, untroubled; luke-warm; tender- hearted
buiden Band, group, collection of persons; of warriors troop, company (in two exx. specifically of footsoldiers); `king of bands', each b. containing 700 men, appar. the contingent supplied by each túath; a collection; the weak
1 de, di 1With intransitive verbs of motion, denoting departure, separation or moving away; arises from, stands up from; darts, springs forth from; removes from; went away, departed; springs from, descends from; springs forth, flows from, sprouts; falls; escapes from; comes; comes from; goes from; falls from; depart from; leaps from; parts with; separates from, parts with; departs from; ceases from; drips from; flees from; ebbs from; denoting removal, abstraction, expulsion, robbing from, &c.; wards off; sweeps off, casts out; takes off, cuts off from; wrenches, strips from; takes away from; steals from; gathers from; keeps from; keeps apart from; gains from; puts away from; removes, expels from; lowers; exacts (a tax) from; puts away, prevents from; cuts off; cuts off; leads from; removes; raises from; takes away from; takes off; keeps off from; lets go, throws, lets down; hunts; flays; throws from; sends; remove from; takes (away) from, keeps from; takes away from, lops off; steals from; clears away from, expels from; moves from; expels from; casts from; cuts off from; loosens from, releases from; sweeps or snatches away from; loosens from; takes off; transfers from; With verbs denoting salvation from, protection from, cure of; helps out of; rescues from; saves; saves from; After verbs denoting cleansing, clearing, purging, washing; cleanses from; With verbs denoting restraint, prevention or prohibi- tion; keeps back from; forbids; restrains from; hinders; restrains from; hinders; abjures; ceases from, rests from; re- vives from; becomes strong from; After verbs denoting surpassing, excelling; surpasses; surpasses, excels; prevails over, outstrips; In the construction of verbs denoting lack or want of; is wanting; remains, is left over; is left over, remains; After verbs and substantives denoting disgust, ab- horrence of; With verbs denoting buying from, receiving from; receives from; buys from; buys from; After verbs denoting asking, begging, demanding; inquires; begs; asks; After verbs denoting eating, drinking from; drinks from; drink from; sip from; eats; After verbs (words) denoting choice or selection out of a number or quantity.; has chosen; profits by, from; Expressing position with regard to, (north, south, &c.) of; denoting derivation, descent, source, starting-point or the like.; causes, effects; Expressing the origin or derivation of a name; name from; derived from; Indicating racial origin, descent; springs, descends from; is born from; of origin, descent, native place; of issue, consequence; makes a part of, belongs to; it follows, comes, results from; is because of; Indicating the material or substance of which anything is made or consists; is made of, consists of; builds up; creates, shapes; brings forth, creates; establishes; from without; on this side of; from the south; from yonder side; from above, de-super; (from the root) from the beginning, originally; from every side; from afar; from afar, of space; for long; away; this time, on this occasion, now; after; from near; at once, suddenly; on the spot; on the spot; hence, then 2 enjoins, commands; is victorious, wins; bids farewell; care; fearlessness, confidence; adheres to, cleaves to, follows; providence; provides for3denoting part or quantity; forms part of, belongs to; a better warrior; a tribe; a drove; a herd, a troop; a drop; a little; a bit; choice of; a spark; an equivalent; enough; a flock; a burden; a shower; the full of; number; sufficiency; quantity; much 4to make or to do; to seize; to beat, strike, ply upon, scourge; to cut, shear, clip; to break, to injure; to wound, to kill; to throw, fling; to drive, drive away, expel; to destroy; to bind; to write; to shut; conceals; disturbs; makes, does; aids, heals; illuminates; burns; adorns; support oneself by; by means of, by the power of; arbeir biuth he uses, consumes; smears; satiated, satisfied; satiates; supplying wants; serves, attends; from, by, in consequence of, according to; therefore, for that reason, consequently; for that, because, since, cf.; why; of, about, concern- ing; to die of, to be sick with; to reprimand for, take vengeance for; to beat one for sth.; to do penance for; to complain of; to be or become angry for; to be proud of, to boast of; to be envious or jealous of; to be thankful for; sad, mournful, tired, weary; thirst from; intoxicated; weak from; commiserates, has compassion on; for, during; at night; from afar; diligently; clearly, openly; usually, always; much; for the sake of, because of; with the consent of, of free will; over and above, in addition to; because of; according to the judgment; because of; with the permission of; away; on foot; from sorrow; because of; by the will of; by force; on horseback; willy- nilly; on my own account; by means of, in virtue of, on the score of; for fear; on account of the goodness or excellence of; in anger; in truth; in consequence of; abundantly, extra, in excess; through the oppression or tyranny of; in word or deed; continually, semper; for the honour of, under the protection of; in presence of, before; by rote, by heart; from hatred; by sea; ever; of one mind; at one birth; with one voice, unanimously; of one mind, intent; with one accord; together; with special aim, deliberately, exclusively; of one report, all together; according to; takes as a choice, chooses; for love; by land; on account of, owing to; on foot 5 THOUGHT, FEELING OR ACTION; of, concerning, with regard to, in reference to; is of, about; in subject-headings, titles of tales, chapters; speak, tell, preach, mention; asks, inquires; mention of; is called; sing of, write of; prophesy, prefigure; testify; instruct, teach; discuss, dissertate; blaspheme; hear, think, remember, forget; care for, provide for, be confident about, fear for; providence
dedbol Puny, slight, trifling, paltry; poor, weak , small, diminutive; wretched, woeful; I decrease, diminish
deidblénach weak
dimbrígach weak , ineffective
dínerta weak
dínertach strengthless, weak
díthracht without strength, weak
éccalma unmanly, weak , unvaliant
éccrúaid weak , infirm; Of voice
éccrúaidigid weakens; grows weak
éccumang inability, impotence; a consonant which is altered by the addition of h (i.e. lenited);; a vowel which is merely a glide, to distinguish it from the true syllabic vowel;; powerless; weak
édaingen 1 Insecure, weak; fragile 2an insecure place, weak spot
éiglide weak , infirm
élang 1 Defect, flaw, weak spot; opportunity 2 Loss, misfortune (?)
elcmar 1 envious, spiteful 2 weak , feeble
énirt, énairt, inirt without strength, weak
énirt(n)igud weakening, enfeebling, growing weak
étrén 1 Weak , powerless 2 weakness; enfeebled, helpless
étreórach weak , impotent
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
2 fann weak , helpless, lacking strength or power; soft, pliant; a weak , helpless person; (the fig-tree); smooth; limp (?); Diffident, (?); lowly fortune; limp (?); weak leg; checking gently; a weak wind, breeze; feeble faith; prostration, prostrate lying; weak (faint-hearted?) warrior; weak stem; faint- hearted; weak-winged; dispersed, spread in weakness
fannaigid 1 weakens, subdues 2 grows weak
fannugud weakening, unmanning; growing weak
forlabar loquacious; very weak (?)
1 glinne 1 security, pledge, guarantee; a promise, a binding obligation; a surety; certainty, fixity; weak security 2 firm, fixed, secure; fixed, unalterable, constant
imdis very weak , very inconsiderable
2 imm 1 very keen; very huge, very vast; very great; very beautiful; very aged; very dreadful; very rough; very conspicuous, very visible; very beautiful; very fierce, very harsh; very high; very old; very dexterous, very nimble; very lovely; very con- venient ?, closely fitting ?; very hard, difficult; very bold, intrepid; very gifted ?; very close, very compact, very firm; very difficult; placed in a very difficult position; very deep; utmost depth; a very rough place; very dark; a dark place; very dark, entirely black; Metaph. very malignant; greatly afraid, very fearful; very fearful, very timorous; causing fear, terrible; very quick, very alert; very unwell; very light (lit. and metaph.); very weak; As subst. a very weak person:; very mighty ?; very near, very close, neighbouring; As subst. nearness, neighbourhood; very short; very confined, very spare; very rough; very fierce; very white, very fair; very sharp, very keen; very short; very pure, very bright; very clever, very cunning; very secure; very pleasant; very strong, very fierce; very fit for mating ?; very lowly; secretly; stealthily; very long, very tall; mobile, supple ?; restive; very broad; very weak , very sick; As subst. a sick person:; very bare, bleak; As subst. bareness, scarcity; very swift; (in good sense) very bashful, modest; noble; (in bad sense) shameful; noble; valorous; abashed ?; very provocative; very afraid, very timid; watchfully; very fearful, fear-inspiring; very level; As subst. level country, plain; very famous; very stout, very thick; very tough, very stiff (lit. and fig.); very slow; as an epithet quite healthy, quite whole, quite perfect; very safe; quite whole, safe, unscathed; In Law `completely exempt, secure; very smooth; very bright; very weak , very feeble; very smooth ? very moist?; very thin, very slender; very shallow; very dark; very strong, very firm; very scanty, very short; very soft; very eager, very jealous, or fierce; very strong; very heavy; very troublesome, very oppressive; Of the atmos- phere of a place; very wretched; very sorrowful; uppermost, topmost; very proud; very cold 2 intense desire; great terribleness; great beauty; great respect; great repentance; earnest prayer, entreaty; great bravery; the act of devastating widely; great swiftness; the act of confirming; great skill?; great fear; the act of terrifying; great deficiency; great affliction?; great lightness, great nimble- ness; the act of making lighter, easing, relieving; great reward; over- whelming strength, great oppression; great jealousy; great danger, great fright?; great sharpness; great lowness, poor position; great keenness; great sorrow; great destruction; great swiftness; great shamefacedness, great bash- fulness; great fear, dread; reverence, godly fear; great stiffness, slowness, hesitation; great perfection?; complete health; perfect health; the act of making quite healthy; great host; great defect, great error; great strength, firm grasp; great heaviness; great pride; the very top; loneliness 3 fears greatly, becomes greatly afraid; purifies, clears?; becomes greatly afraid
indenim weak , debilitated
indloba(i)r diseased, weak
indron feeble, weak
lac weak , feeble; soft, smooth
2 lem 1 soft, tender; weak , powerless; In sexual sense, impotent; foolish, worthless
lobraigidir 1is sick, becomes sick; becomes weak , languishes 2 weakens, enfeebles
lobur, lobor 1 weak , infirm, sick, afflicted; One who is afflicted with some skin disease; lazar; leper 2 weak in faith, etc. unstable, wavering
loibríne weak little ones(?)
lorán poor, weak or miserable person
maelad 1 cropping the hair; making bald 2 making flat or blunt; (fig.) making weak , depressing; growing weak , abating; defeat
maelaigid blunts, depresses, abates; grows blunt or weak
maeth, moeth 1 soft-featured; a soft mantle; young osiers; esculent plant; soft heart, tenderness; repentance; a young whelp; soft ore (?); gentle- voiced; navel or abdomen; soft-handed; a youth; youths (coll.); a tender twig or sapling; a stripling; soft swallowing of bees 2 soft-skinned; soft and straight; fresh-complexioned (?); sleek and slippery
meirb 1in O.Ir. lifeless, a corpse (?) 2Mid. and later Ir. inert, flaccid, feeble: (in moral sense) weak , ineffective, backboneless; In good sense mild, gentle; In Mod.Ir., of weather warm, sultry
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
midlach one incapable of bearing arms, below the status of a warrior, perhaps a weak- witted person; a coward, weakling
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
moglaid tender, soft (of substance); delicate; stained' (?; soft; tender, delicate, soft, weak , unsubstantial
ónna foolish, simple; weak , inefficicnt
scíth 1 weary, tired; sad, dejected; y wearies of, is loth to do, dislikes x2 weariness, fatigue; sorrow; rests; rest, repose; cessation
slim 1 smooth, sleek; flat 2 unleavened (of bread)3 slippery, deceitful 4 weak , lax 5 sly and quarrelsome (?); unleavened bread
splín weak , feeble
1 tais 1 damp, moist 2 soft, smooth; moist 3Hence in unfavourable sense weak , feeble, spiritless, timid
tám 1 plague, pestilence, disease 2 swoon, stupor, unconsciousness 3 death
teimnide dark-hued (see teimen), generally of the human features, hair, etc.; Of mental powers dark, stupid, weak
tíamda 1 slow, feeble; weak 2 obscure; (of persons) dullwitted
tim soft, yielding, pliant, feeble; tender; faint, tender heart; gentle heart; soft knee; cowardly chief; soft and pliant; tender and dear; weak and idle
tláith 1 weak , soft, feeble 2 pleasant, gentle, soft
tréith 1 weak , cowardly 2 ignorant
tríamain weary, weak , sad
5 tríath weak
trúag 1 wretched, pitiable, miserable, sad; invalids; thin, lean, emaciated (of persons and animals) 2 wretch, miserable person; the strong and the weak , all, everybody; In voc. as term of abuse or disparagement 3In various phrases indicating sorrow, regret, fore- boding, etc. (copula frequ. unexpressed); alas for, woe is, woe to; x is sorry for, that; regrets
uth, úth an udder; of something weak and worthless; udder-strength