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AITHNE
ALP
AiTHNE, à'-nyà, n. f. commandment, in-
junction, charge; ra' àitheanta, viy cum-
mandments. B.
AiTHXE, à'-nyi, or èn'.nyà, n. /. know,
ledge, acquaintance ; an aithne dhuit,
do you know Y 's aithne dhuit, you know,
thou knowest. Ps. ; eha'n aithne dhomh,
/ ktienu not.
AiTHNEACH, en'-nyach, a. discerning, con.
siderate, attentive; tha i glè aithneach,
she is considerate enough; n. ?«. wood-
rush, or wild leeks; acquaintance, or
a guest; leis nach dnigh aithnichean,
by whom acriiiaintanccs, or guests, were
not counted a trouble. Mt.
AlTHNEiCHADH, èn'-ach-X, 71. m. a slight
degree; what is discernible: cuir aith-
neachadh an taobh so e, -put it a slight
degree this way ; p. knowing, recognis-
ing, discerning : a dh' aithneachadh glio-
cais, to know wisdom.
AiTHNEACHD, èn'-àchg, n. f. discernment,
knowledge ; humanity.
AiTHNicH, èn'-èch, v. know, recognise,
discern, perceive; dh' aithnich mi, I
knew or recognised i ai thnichte, tnown,
recognised ; plain, obvious.
AiTHREACH, àèr'.àch, a. giving cause to
regret ; cha'n aithreach leam, I have no
cause to regret, I do not regret it; b'
aithreach leis an tigheam, it repented
the Lord. B.
AiTHREACHAS, àer-ach-us, n. m. repent-
ance, regret, penitence : is amaideach a
bhi cuir a mach airgid a cheannach aith-
reachais, it is foolish to expend money on
the purchasing of repentance.
AiTHRzs, àèr'-èsh, n. f. imitation, mimic,
ry ; report, rehearsal ; v. imitate ;
mimic; ag aiihris orrasa, imitating or
mimicing me; rehearse, report, affirm;
agus dh' aithris e na nithe sin uile nan
eisdeachd, and he affirmed, or told all
those things in their hearing. B.
AiTBRisEACH, àèr'-èsh-aeh, a. imitative;
traditionary, widely celebrated. D.
AiTicH, àty"-èch, r. cultivate, till, im-
prove ; ag àiteachadh an fhearainn, cul-
tivating the land ; dwell. Inhabit ; gach
neach a dh' àitich colunn riamh, every
one that ever dwelt in a body, D. B. ;
drop anchor, moor ; dh' ditich an long,
the ship anchored. Oss. ; àitichte, culti-
vated, improved; inhabited.
AiTiDH, àty"-è, a. damp, moist, wet.
AiTiDHEACHD, àty'-c-àchg, n. f. moist,
ness, dampness ; moisture.
AiTREABH, àty"-ruv, n.f. premises, stead-
ing; tigh is aitreabh, mansion-house arul
premises; theid a'n aitreabh sios, their
buildings shall decay. B.
AiTKEABUACu, àty"-ruv-achj a. domestic.
belonging to premises ; n. m. an inhabi-
tant. B. B.
AiTREABMAiL, aty"-ruv-al, a. domestic T.
Al,, air, n. m. brood, offspring, young;
generation ; a solar dhearc da cuid ail ,
gathering berries for Iter young, O; dl
stiallach, speckled offspring, B; an
iàl a tha ri teachd, the generation to
come. Sm.
Alach, all'.ach, n. m. brood; covey; lit.
ter ; tribe ; generation ; trà thig an
sealgair gun fhios air al, when the hunter
comes unexpectedly on a covey ; a' mhue
's a cuid ail, the sow and her litter: bajik
of oars, set nf nails.
Alag, al'-ag, n.f. hiccup, hard task.
Alaich, àll'-èch, V. n. fall to, commence,
attack ; breed ; dh' alaich iad air, they
fell to ; they attacked him ; is luath a dh'
alaich iad, soon have they mrdtiplied. H.
Albainn, al'-ub-tnn, (g. alba) Scotland
feadh na h-alba, throughout ScotloTid.
Albannach, àl'.ub-ann-àch, n. m. a Scot,
a Scotchman ; a. Scotch, Scottish.
A LATHAiR, ul-là'.ur', ad. present, alive,
in existence ; tha e làthair, he is present,
he is alive; thoir a lathair a chèile iad,
bring them face to face; ma bhitheas
mi lathair, if I live.
A LEAS, ul'-lless, ad. cha ruigear a leas,
there is no need; cha ruig thu leas, yon
need not.
Alla, all'-a, a. wild, fierce. 0.
Alladh, all'-a, n.f. defamation, libel ; used
in the Bible either as good or bad fame,
but never so in .\rgjle.
Allaban, all'-a-ban, n. m. wandering ;
more properly callaban.
Allail, all'-all, a. defamatory', detracting ;
in U. S. excellent, famous.
Allabhuadhach, all'-a-vùà-ach, a. victo-
rious, but in disgrace.
Allamharach, àll'-vàr-ach, ru m. a. fo-
reigner ; a straggler ; a. foreign, strange.
Allamharachd, àll'-var-àchg, n. m. strag-
gling, loitering, wandering; savageness.
Allsadh, all'-si, n. m. a jerk, a sudden
inclination of the body.
Allsaich, àll'-sèch, v jerk; suspend; lean
to one side.
Allsporag, all'-spor-ag, n. f. the throttle
of a cow, or any brute.
Allsmuatn, àll'-smùàin, n.f. great buoy.
Allt, allt, n. m. a river with precipitous
banks ; a river, a brook ; a. wild.
Alltachd, àllt'-àchg, n f savageness. A'.
Allta.n, allt'-an, n. m. a rill, a brook.
A LOS, ul'-lòs, adv. about, intending ; a los
dol dachaidh, intending, or about going
home ; a los falbh, with the intention of
going.
Alp, alp, v. dovetail. See Ealp.

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