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NAOI [nI] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

NAOI
{masculine} Noah.
NAOI
(a person). See NAOIDHE.
NAOI
{adjective} new, fresh (poet.).
NAOI
{genitive} {idem}, {plural} NAITHE(ADH), {feminine}, a canoe, a boat, a ship;
NAOI AON-SHEICHEADH, a single hide boat;
NAOI AON-(FH)LUAISTE, a single paddle boat;
CUAS na N(NAE), the canoe cave in Cloichear, par, of Dunurlim Corca Dulbhne (NAOI {feminine});
earlier form NÓI which {Early Irish Glosses} Cimba (Mule,);
{also, alias} NAC, , NAEBH ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}});
NAOBH- or NAOMHIN compos.;
{diminutive} NAOMHÓG, NAOBHÓG S Lat, navis. IAOL, hum., eclipses, nine;
NAOI DÉAG, nineteen;
NAOI N-UAIRE, nine times, several times;
common as a magical or conventional number, e, {genitive} CÓMHSÁDH NAOI , a nine days' wonder;
NUAIR CHÍFIR BHÁRR NAOI DTIGHTHE BEIDH DO GHOILE AGAC, when you see nine house-tops you will have an appetite (prov.);
CEAAGAL NA NAOI N-AOR, NA NAOI N-IALLACH, NA NAOI BHFIONN, NA NAOI SCÉAL, the injunction of the nine Curses, the nine bonds, the nine hairs (?), the nine tales (fol,--);
NAOI N-IOMAIRE IS NAOI N-EITRÍN CHUIGE DO MHUINNTIR SÉIN ROIMHE AN STRAINSÉIR, go nine ridges and furrows further for your own people than for the stranger ({Regional:Uladh} prov.);
II, N-IOMAIRÍ AGUS NAOI DTONNTA AMACH, nine billows and nine waves out;
in Danish folk-lore billows come in series of nine, the last being the most powerful;
{pronounced} NAOTH in {Regional:Mumhan} See NAOI-.
NAOI
-, in {compounds}, nine-, NONO-, e, {genitive}, NAOI THÉADACH, fitted with nine-strings;
NAOIMHI (or -MHIOS), november. See NAON-. HAOIDHE, {genitive} {idem} and -EAN, {dative} -DHIN, {plural} {idem}, {masculine} and {feminine}, a babe, an iniant, a young child, a young girl ({confer} HÁB, LEANBH);
a person, {especially} considered as an object of pity, {et cetera} with gen,;
NAOI- CÍCHE, a suckling;
NAOI- AR AOIS, a babe in years;
NAOI- DÉIRCC, an object of charity;
NAOI- TRUAIGHÉ (TRUAGHA, NA T.), an object of pity;
CEAS NAOIDHEAN, birth-pangs, pain;
IS NAOI- BHEAG LEINBH DO H-OILEADH {le?} TAOIBH GHRÁINNE BHIG, I ara a little maid who was reared by Grenogue Moat ({Citation: Art McCooey});
ÓM' NAOIDHIN, since I was a baby;
AN TAN DO BHÍ MAC {Regional:Connaught} 'NA NAOIDHIN, when Mac {Regional:Connaught} was an infant;
{also, alias} note II, in phrase: NAOI- DIA ANNSO ISTEATH. a blessing used on entering a house;
similarly NAOI- DIA (IS MUIRE) DHUIT (by.);
{often} -DHEAN, -DHIN, NAOIDHE (NAOI- SÁIS). See ÍODHA, a pang.
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