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NEAMH [N_v] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

NEAMH
-, NEIMH-, separable prcf., implying absolute negation or non-existence, {aspirates} (except {Regional:Mumhan} and Eclipses {Regional: the Barony};
{Regional:Mumhan}). non., a-, -less (ness), free from, failing to, {et cetera};
the more important or involved {compounds} are treated separately;
with nouns, NEAMH-ACRA, financial {et cetera} independence (AR AN NEAMH- DE THAIRLIE AN TRAOGHAIL, independent of the world's blessings);
NEAMH -AIL, undesirableness (IS NEAMH- LIOMH, I do not desire);
NCANIÁIRD, remissness, negligence, carelessness, bad condition (AR NEAMH-, in a bad way);
NEAMH-AIRIDH, something not worth noticing;
NEAMH-BHÁIDH ({also, alias} -NIB,). lack of love or sympathy (towards, {le?}) NEAMH-BHARAMHAIL, suspicion, a bad opinion;
NEAMH-BHEITH, not Being (early) NEAMH-CHARA, a non-friend, an enemy NEAMH-CHLÓDH, failure to defeat;
NEAMHCHÓMHALL, failure to fulhl, violation;
NEAMH-CHOMAOIN, ill -recompense;
NEAMHCHÓMHARSA, one who is not a neighbour NEAMH-DHÉANAMH, failing to do, leaving undone;
NEAMH-CHONNLACHT, tendency to spread, lack of compactness, unsteadiness (A NEAMH- AR A BHALLAIBH, his unsteadiness of limb) : NEAMH -DHUALGAS, breach of duty, {et cetera} impropriety, degeneracy NEAMH-FHAGHAIL, failure to find;
NEAMHGHEAN, enmity;
NEAMH-GHEAF, non-tabu (IDIR GEAR AGUS NEAMH-. whether tabu or not);
NEAMH-GHLÓIR, ingloriousness;
NEAMH-GHURTAL, lack of resources;
NEAMHIECHT, distrust, cruelty;
NCAMH-LÓN, absence of supplies;
NEAMH-MHEAS, absence of esteem, lack of respect ({also, alias} -MEAS);
NEAMH-MHEISNEATH, lack of courage;
NEAMH-PHOINDIGHE, unprofitableness (early);
NCAMH-PHUINN, smallness, fewness;
NEAIN-FHEAGH, contempt NEAMH-STÓR, lack of wealth;
NEAMHTHAITHIGHÉ, want of practice;
NEAMH-THUATH, a tribe or state one does not belong to;
with adf-etives : NEAMH-ABAIDH, uoripc, immature;
NEAMH-ACRACH, independent;
NEAMH-AIGEANTACH, dispirited;
NEAMHAINMNIGHTHE, unnamed, nameless;
NEAMH ÁISEACH, disobliging;
NEAMH-AITHEANTA, unknown;
NCAMH-ALTACH, unjointed, entire, smooth;
NEAMH-AOIBHINN, joyless NEAMH-ÁRD, not tall;
NCAMH-ÁRSA, fresh, youthful;
NEAMH-BHEASACH, barbarous, rude;
NEAMH-BHLÁTHACH, fiowerless, nonflowering;
NEAMH-BHOCHTH, rich, generous ({also, alias} -NIB,);
NEAMH-BHOG, hard ({also, alias} -MB,) S NEAMH-BHRÁITHREAMHAIL,unfraternal;
NEAMH -.A BHRARACH, unaggressive;
NEAMH-BHREÁGH, not fine ({also, alias} -MB,) : NEAMH-BHIIAN, sliort-lived, fieeting ({also, alias} -MBH,);
NEAMH-CHAILLEAMHNACH, useful, successful;
NEAMH-CHEALGACH, sincere : NEAMH-BHUNAITEACH, unfounded, not fundamental;
NEAMH-CHABHARTHATH, indisposed to aid, useless;
NEAMH-CHONGANTACH, {idem};
NEAMH-CHEANNAIRCEACH, not rebellious, loyal;
NEAMH-CHLAOIDHTE, undefeated, invincible, decent, generous, not vile;
NEAIN-CHÉILLIDHE, foolish, unreasoning;
NEAMH-CHLÉ, dexterous, export;
NEAMH-CHLEACHTTHA, unaccustomed;
NEAMH-CHLAON, straight, impartial;
NEAMHCHNAGACH, free from knots or cracks, staunch;
NEAMH-CHOISREACTHA, uncon, secrated. unsanctified;
NEAMH -CHORPDHA, incorporeal;
NEAMH-CHOSDA, foot, or logless;
NEAMH-CHROIDHEAMHAIL, heartless, joyless;
NEAMH-CRIOCHNUIGHTHE, unfinished, {also, alias} infinite;
NEAMH-CHRÍOII(NA), unfaded NEAMH-CHUIBHRIGHTHE, unfettered;
NEAMH CHUIDEACHTAMHAIL, unsociable;
NEAMH CHUMHSCUIGHTHEACH, immovable;
NEAMHDHAOS. cheap;
NEAMH-DHÉARCACH, uncharitable to the poor;
NEAMH-DHEARLAICTHEACH, Unrannificent;
NEAMH-DHEARMADACH, un forgetful;
NEAMH -DHEARCATA, unleavened NEAMH-DHCHIDEACH, toothless;
NEAMH-DHIOMBHAILEATH, frugal, sparing;
NEAMH-DHIONGBHÁLTA, unworthy;
NEAMH-ÉILNIGHTHE, immaculate, stainless;
NEAMH-ÉIRIGHTHEATH, unlucky, UNPROSPEROUS (as a house) NEAMH-FHAITEACH, bold;
NEAMH-FHALLSA, unfeigned, sincere, honest, true, {also, alias} not lazy;
NEAMH-FHANN, not weak NEAMH-FHIAL, ungenerous;
NEAMH-FHODHLAIDHE, indivisible (as the atom);
NEAMHFHÓGHANTA(CH), unserviceable, useless NEAMH-FHOGHLAMTHA, unlearned;
NEAMHFHUILTEATH. unbloody;
-FHOLAMHAIL, {idem};
NEAMH-FHOLLÁIN, unwholesome, unhealthy NEAMH-SORASTA, light, trivial, unsteady NEAMH-FHOFAIDH, unsteady;
NEAMH-FHURAR (TA), difficult, irapracticahle;
NEAMHGHARAMHAIL, incommodious, inconvenient;
NEAMH-GHÉAR, not sharp;
NEAMH-GHEINTE, unhegotten, uncreated;
NEAMH-GHLAN, unclean;
NEAMH-GHLIC, unwise;
NEAMHGHNÓTHACH, idle;
NEAMH-GHRÁSMHAR, ungracious, unmerciful;
NEAMH-GHRUAMDHA, joyous;
NEAMH-INTLEACHTHACH, unintelligent;
NEAMH-IOMAIRCIDHE, inconvenient;
NEAMH-IOMARCACH, humble;
NEAMH-IOMCHUBHAIDH, improper, unworthy, unfit NEAMH-IONMHAIN, unloved, morose;
NEAMHIULMHAR, unskilful, ignorant;
NEAMHLÉANUIGHTHE, inviolate;
NEAMH-LEASC, indefatigable, willing;
NEAMH-MHAORDHA, unrestrained, undignified ({also, alias} -NI,) NEAIN-MHEATHTA, undegenerate, brave, worthy;
NEAMH-MHEIRBH, strong, unflagging, NEAMH-MHEIRTNEACH, {idem};
NEAMHMHEIRGIDHE, unrusted;
NEAMH-NAOMHTHA, unholy;
NEAMH-NÉALLACH, cloudless NEAMH-NEARTMHAR, feeble;
NEAMH-OBHTHACH, consenting;
NEAMH -OIREAMHNACH, unsuitable, inappropriate, inadequate, inconvenient;
NEAMH-PHEACHTHATH,sinless;
NEAMHPHISEOGATH. unsophisticated, candid NEAMH-PHÓITEAMHAIL, sober, abstemious NEAMH-PHCHSTA, unmarried;
NEAMH-RÉARÚNTA, unreasonable;
NEAMH -RIACHTAN AC, unnecessary, unincumbent;
NEAMH RÍONITHA, Uncounted;
NEAMH-FHALACH, undefiled;
NEAMH-SHAOGHALTA, weird;
NEAMH-FHANNTACH, moderate in desires NEAMH-FHÁSTA, bard to please;
NEAMH SEÁTHACH, undaunted;
NEAMH-SHEARGTHA, unshrivelled;
NEAMH-FHÍMPLIDHE(ACHT), precocious (-city);
NEAMH -SHLACHTMHAS, untidy, unhandy, ill-favoured;
NEAMHFHLÁN, unwell, unhealthy, incomplete;
NEAMH-SHÓLÁRACH, disconsolate;
NEAMHSHONA, inauspicious, unhappy;
NEAMH SHOSACH, uncivil ({Citation:Coney's Irish-English Dictionary of 1849}NEAMH-) : NEAMH-STRÁICEAMHAIL, humble;
NEAMH-SUBHÁILTEATH, devoid of virtue or joy, vicious NEAMH -FHULTMHAR, devoid of humour, morose;
NEAMH-SNTHAIN, uneternal;
NEAMH-THABHARTHACH, stingy, churlish;
NEAMHTHAGARTHA, un mentioned, uncontro verted, -THACH, irresponsive;
NEAMH-THAIRISMHEATH, disloyal, unsteadfast;
NEAMH-THALMHANTA, unearthly;
NEAMH -THATHAOIREATH, charitable in speech;
NEAMH-THLACHTMHAR, lean ({Citation:O'Neachtan's MS Irish-English Dictionary}) NEAMH -THÓGÁLACH, not sensitive, patient, long-suffering, {also, alias} slow of comprehension;
NEAMH-THOGHLAIDHE, impregnable;
NEAMH-THONNACH, waveless, calm;
NEAMHTHRÓCAIREACH, merciless, unkind NEAMH-UILIDHEACH, not universal, particular, partial;
NEAMH-ULCHAIDHE, beardless;
NEAMH-ULLAMH, UNPREPARED;
NEAMHÚSÁIDEACH, useless;
with verbs (early) .
NEAMH
-AONTUIGHIM, I disallow, refuse, disagree (with, {le?});
NEAMH-CREIDIM (oo), I disbelieve;
note : NEAMH-, being a separable {prefix} may be used with any noun or adf. ({especially} the latter and p, {adjective} and part, nee,) to form its {negative} or to avoid a {negative} construction with the {verb};
{also, alias} in contrasts, e, {genitive}, NIO THUATH... mo
NEAMH
-THUATH (early), GEAS AGUS NEAMHGHEAS (early);
TIG TOIL AGUS NEAMH-THOIL MAR THIG SEARTHAIN IS TURADH, love and indifference succeed one another lise wet and dry weather;
early neb- (NEABH-) neph- (NEAPH-);
note - IF NEAMH DUIT AN CHÉARD GAN A FOGHLAIM, Vain is the trade you have not learned ({Regional:Uladh} prav. {Citation:Pádraigín Haicéad}{Regional:Mumhan}).
NEAMH
-AIRE,{feminine}, unwatchfulness;
{adjective} -REACH, heedless, careless;
-REACHAS, {masculine} heedlessness, freedom from anxiety, grief, {et cetera} NEAMH-AIFTEAR, {masculine} laziness, self-indulgence, lounging, inertia, idling;
mischief resulting from idleness;
CUIR UAIT AN NEAMH-AIRE, IMTHIGH AGUS CAS NA BHA, give up that idling, go and turn back the cattle;
-TEARACH, {adjective} lazy, self-indulgent;
lounging, idle, mischief- mahing, playing pranks;
DUINE NEAMH-AIRE DO CHEANGAIL AN INAIDRÍN, it is a player of pranks who tied the fittle dog. N EAMH -AL TH REACH, {adjective} impenitent;
-TRIGHEATH, {idem};
-CHAR, {masculine} impenitence, -TRIGHE, {feminine}, {idem} NEAMHAMHAIL, -MHAMHLA, {adjective} heavenly, divine, airy.
NEAMH
-AMHGAR, in., freedom from inconvenience, contentment;
{adjective} -RACH, content, happy, unstinted.

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