aithne

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aithni, commandment, precept, 1618, 1764; ai. aitheanta 180; gi. aitheantadh 184, aithneadh 1665, 2123; ti. aitheantaibh 38.

An Teagasg Críosdaidhe. Author: Bonabhentura Ó hEodhasa, O.F.M.. Editor: Fearghal Mac Raghnaill, O.F.M.

  1. v.n.of aithnim. (a) knowledge, recognition; do thaobh eólais is aithne, 1201; do mhian an-aithne d’aoighidh, so that a stranger (poet) might recognise them, 3444. (b) ‘recognition’ in the special, almost technical, sense of ‘recognition of a poet by a patron,’ in this sense synonymous with ‘generosity’: an daonnacht ‘s an deaghaithne, 171; fear aithne na healadhna,1075; ar chumann isar aithne, 1218; personified Aithne, 1933; lochd ní fhuighinn ar haithne, 2311; here also belongs (?) cion aithne damh-sa 3945. c) an order, command: do ghabh … aithne an druadh, 733.
  2. aithnidh, known. ní haithne dhamh, 3161.

Poems on the O'Reillys. Editor: James Carney.

commandment, precept, 3134, 3137, 3168, 3170, 3180, iolra 3138-9, 3141, gein. aitheantadh, 3074, 3076, cúig aithne na heaguilse, the five precepts of the church, 3104.

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

  1. fuair file a. heoil knowledge, &c. 2437 n.
  2. t'a. fa thy command about 2226.

The Book of O'Hara: Leabhar Í Eadhra. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

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