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NÁS
-ÁIRE, {adjective} shameful, ashamed, modest, bashful, honourable, noble;
CRUTH NÁS, a noble form;
NIA II., a noble champion;
GNÚIS-DHREACH NÁS a noble countenance NEACH IS NÁIRE AGUS IS FÉILE 'NÁ, a more modest and noble person than (early);
BADH NÁS AN MHAISE DOM' AMHAIL BHEITH, {et cetera}, it would be unbecoming in one like me to be, {et cetera};
CUIRFIDH SIBH CÓIR NACH NÁS AIR, that you will treat him in a becoming fashion;
ÉIDEADH NÁS, a becoming dress;
is NÁS LIOM É, I ama ashamed of it, think it scandalous;
IS SUAILL NÁR NÁS LEIS A NDEARNA DE DHÁNACHT GLÓIR, he Sas almost ashamed of his bold words;
IS NÁS DAM É, it is a shame for me, disgraces me;
NÁS DAM É, it is no disgrace for me, I ama proud of it;
FIAL-NÁS, generous and noble;
{substantive masculine} shame, {et cetera} (See NÁIRE);
{also, alias} NÁIR.
NÁS
-ÁIS,{plural} -A, {masculine} omen, augury (Mulc,);
fate, forfeit;
commemaoration, a com, momorative assembly, a fair, Naas, seat of the Kings of Leinster till {South}{dative} 804, {also, alias} Called AN NÁS, NÁS LAIGHÉAN, NÁS NA I..INGH;
NÁS BHÁIS, a oommemo ration of the dead;
MBHADH NÁS A CHEANN DO CHAILLEADH, if he were fated to lose his head (suffer death);
MHADH NÁS DAM MO BHEATHA DO CHAILLEADH LEIS, even if I were to forfeit my life for it (NÁS {Regional:Connaught}).
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