adeirim, a-deirim

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[EC abairt], Ind. Pres. 1. a-d(e)irim, -abraim; 2. a-d(e)ire, -abra; 3. a-deir, -abair; 1. a-d(e)iream, a-d(e)irmid, a-dearma(o)id, a-dearam, -abairmid, -abram, -abrama(o)id: 2. a-d(e)irthe, -abairthe: 3. a-d(e)irid, adeara(i)d, -abra(i)d; Pass. a-d(e)irthear, a-deara(i)r, -abar, -abarthar. Imperf. a-d(e)irinn, -abrainn, etc. Fut. 1. a-déar, -aibéar, -aibeor, -eibreabh, 2. a-déara, -aibéara, -aibeora, -eibre; 3. a-déara, etc., -eibre; 1. a-déaram, -eibream, 3. a-déara(i)d, -eibread. Cond. 1. a-déarainn, -aibéarainn, -aibeorainn, -eibrinn; 3. a-déaradh, -aibeoradh, -aibéaradh, -eibreadh, etc. (the above forms in eib- are the only ones occurring). Perf. 1. a-dubhart, a-dobhart, a-dóbhart, a-déabhart, -dubhart, -dobhart, -(d)óbhart, -(d)éabhart; 3. as above with –airt; Pl. as above with –rama(i)r, etc. Pass. as above with –radh. Subj. Pres. 1. a-dearar, -abrar, 2. a-deara, -abra, 3. a-deara, -abra, etc. Subj. Imp. a-dearainn, -abrainn, etc. Imper. 1. abrar, 2. abair, 3. abradh, etc. vn. abairt, gen. –airte, -arta; rádh used as vn. (vid. ráidhim); Part. nec. abairthe, abartha. Uses: a-d. rí riot I call thee king 86 11; a-d. riot, leat, sin do dhéanamh I tell thee to do it 26 13, 30 32; mór le rádh 96 20; ná dá n-abrainn nor even 16 15; a-deireadh (meaning?) 39 13.

Aithdioghluim Dána: A Miscellany of Irish Bardic Poetry, Historical and Religious, including the Historical Poems of the Duanaire in the Yellow Book of Lecan. Vol II, Translations, Notes, Vocabulary. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

I say, speak (about); cait. -dubhartais,  317, fáist. adéiream (sic),    4561,   coin. adéirdís  (sic),  1463; adobhramar, we mentioned, 4465.

Scáthán Shacramuinte na hAithridhe. Author: Aodh Mac Aingil. Editor: Cainneach Ó Maonaigh O.F.M.

[see Grammatical Introduction], I say, followed by of the person addressed, and by direct object in acc.: adeirid sin, 4334; or by words directly quoted, adeirid uile, crochtar é, 3196; or by depend. clause with go: adeirid daoine...go mbíd, 8655; with nach, 9367. Followed by verbal noun it generally means ‘bid, order’: adeirim ris an saoghal cromadh, 190; nach dubhairt...Críost do chrochadh, 3198. Cf. 652, 1354, 1529. But, an dream adeirmíd do mharthain, ‘quos vivere dicimus,’ 5862; an madradh adeir sé do bheith i n-ifreann, 1030

Trí Bior-Ghaoithe an Bháis: The Three Shafts of Death. Author: Geoffrey Keating. Editor: Osborn Bergin.

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