"aire" meaning in Old Irish

See aire in All languages combined, or Wiktionary

Noun

IPA: /ˈarʲe/
Etymology: Originally a io-stem (as shown by the dative plural form airib and the personal name Lóegaire (literally “favorite nobleman”) with vocative and genitive Lóegairi), later reanalyzed as a k-stem due to conflation with the synonymous airech. From Proto-Celtic *aryos (compare Gaulish personal names with Ario-, such as Ario-manus and Ario-vistus), of unknown origin. * Historically (since the now-defunct derivation of Adolphe Pictet, 1858) speculated to mean "freeman", and furthermore supposed to be related to Indo-Iranian *áryas (via Proto-Indo-European *h₂éryos). This idea was especially popular in the 19th- and early 20th-century context of "Aryan" race and language theory, which posited Aryans as "noble" "freemen" opposed to slave-like दास (dāsa)/Semites. Today, for linguistic reasons, any attempt to find a European cognate for the Indo-Iranian autonym is treated with extreme skepsis. See *áryas for details. * According to Meid, it is from Proto-Indo-European *pr̥h₃- (“first”) (Sanskrit पूर्व (pūrvá), Ancient Greek πρῶτος (prôtos), Lithuanian pirmas). According to Matasović this is less convincing because there are no traces of the laryngeal in the purported Celtic reflexes: *pr̥h₃yos would have given *ɸrāyos. See ro-. Etymology templates: {{inh|sga|cel-pro|*aryos}} Proto-Celtic *aryos, {{unk|sga|nocap=1}} unknown, {{inh|sga|ine-pro||*h₂éryos}} Proto-Indo-European *h₂éryos, {{der|sga|ine-pro|*pró|*pr̥h₃-|first}} Proto-Indo-European *pr̥h₃- (“first”), {{m+|sa|पूर्व|tr=pūrvá}} Sanskrit पूर्व (pūrvá), {{m+|grc|πρῶτος}} Ancient Greek πρῶτος (prôtos), {{m+|lt|pirmas}} Lithuanian pirmas Head templates: {{head|sga|noun|||genitive|airech|||||||nominative plural|airig||{{{pl2}}}||{{{pl3}}}|cat2=|g=m|g2=|g3=|head=|sort=}} aire m (genitive airech, nominative plural airig), {{sga-noun|m|airech|airig}} aire m (genitive airech, nominative plural airig) Inflection templates: {{sga-decl-k&g|k|airig|airech|dat_pl2=airib|g=m}}, {{sga-decl-noun|acc_du=airig+L|acc_du2=|acc_du3=|acc_pl=airecha|acc_pl2=|acc_pl3=|acc_sg=airig+N|acc_sg2=|acc_sg3=|class=k-m|dat_du=airechaib|dat_du2=airib|dat_du3=|dat_pl=airechaib|dat_pl2=airib|dat_pl3=|dat_sg=airig+L|dat_sg2=|dat_sg3=|gen_du=airech|gen_du2=|gen_du3=|gen_pl=airech+N|gen_pl2=|gen_pl3=|gen_sg=airech|gen_sg2=|gen_sg3=|n=|nom_du=airig+L|nom_du2=|nom_du3=|nom_pl=airig|nom_pl2=|nom_pl3=|nom_sg=aire|nom_sg2=|nom_sg3=|voc_du=airig+L|voc_du2=|voc_du3=|voc_pl=airecha|voc_pl2=|voc_pl3=|voc_sg=aire|voc_sg2=|voc_sg3=}}, {{sga-mutation|a|ire}} Forms: airech [genitive], airig [nominative, plural], no-table-tags [table-tags], aire [nominative, singular], airig [dual, nominative], airig [nominative, plural], aire [singular, vocative], airig [dual, vocative], airecha [plural, vocative], airig [accusative, singular], airig [accusative, dual], airecha [accusative, plural], airech [genitive, singular], airech [dual, genitive], airech [genitive, plural], airig [dative, singular], airechaib [dative, dual], airib [dative, dual], airechaib [dative, plural], airib [dative, plural], no-table-tags [table-tags], aire [mutation, mutation-radical], pronounced with /h/ in h-prothesis environments [mutation, mutation-radical], n-aire [mutation]
  1. freeman (whether commoner or noble) Tags: masculine
    Sense id: en-aire-sga-noun-~QKnTlfT Categories (other): Old Irish entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Old Irish entries with incorrect language header: 49 51
  2. noble (as distinct from commoner) Tags: masculine
    Sense id: en-aire-sga-noun-lkJINoDD Categories (other): Old Irish entries with incorrect language header Disambiguation of Old Irish entries with incorrect language header: 49 51
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Derived forms: airegdae, frithaire

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      "source": "declension",
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  "pos": "noun",
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        "freeman (whether commoner or noble)"
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  "sounds": [
    {
      "ipa": "/ˈarʲe/"
    }
  ],
  "word": "aire"
}
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    "Old Irish lemmas",
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    "Old Irish nouns",
    "Old Irish terms derived from Proto-Celtic",
    "Old Irish terms inherited from Proto-Celtic",
    "Old Irish terms with IPA pronunciation",
    "Old Irish terms with unknown etymologies",
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    {
      "word": "airegdae"
    },
    {
      "word": "frithaire"
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      "form": "aire",
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        "accusative",
        "plural"
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        "genitive",
        "singular"
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      "form": "airech",
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    {
      "form": "airech",
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        "genitive",
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      "form": "airig",
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      "form": "airechaib",
      "source": "declension",
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        "dative",
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    {
      "form": "airib",
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      "form": "airechaib",
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        "dative",
        "plural"
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    {
      "form": "airib",
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        "dative",
        "plural"
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      "form": "no-table-tags",
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        "table-tags"
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      "form": "sga-mutation",
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    {
      "form": "aire",
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        "mutation-radical"
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      "form": "pronounced with /h/ in h-prothesis environments",
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        "mutation",
        "mutation-radical"
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      "form": "n-aire",
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        "mutation"
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      "args": {
        "1": "sga",
        "10": "",
        "11": "",
        "12": "",
        "13": "nominative plural",
        "14": "airig",
        "15": "",
        "16": "{{{pl2}}}",
        "17": "",
        "18": "{{{pl3}}}",
        "2": "noun",
        "3": "",
        "4": "",
        "5": "genitive",
        "6": "airech",
        "7": "",
        "8": "",
        "9": "",
        "cat2": "",
        "g": "m",
        "g2": "",
        "g3": "",
        "head": "",
        "sort": ""
      },
      "expansion": "aire m (genitive airech, nominative plural airig)",
      "name": "head"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "m",
        "2": "airech",
        "3": "airig"
      },
      "expansion": "aire m (genitive airech, nominative plural airig)",
      "name": "sga-noun"
    }
  ],
  "inflection_templates": [
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "k",
        "2": "airig",
        "3": "airech",
        "dat_pl2": "airib",
        "g": "m"
      },
      "name": "sga-decl-k&g"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "acc_du": "airig+L",
        "acc_du2": "",
        "acc_du3": "",
        "acc_pl": "airecha",
        "acc_pl2": "",
        "acc_pl3": "",
        "acc_sg": "airig+N",
        "acc_sg2": "",
        "acc_sg3": "",
        "class": "k-m",
        "dat_du": "airechaib",
        "dat_du2": "airib",
        "dat_du3": "",
        "dat_pl": "airechaib",
        "dat_pl2": "airib",
        "dat_pl3": "",
        "dat_sg": "airig+L",
        "dat_sg2": "",
        "dat_sg3": "",
        "gen_du": "airech",
        "gen_du2": "",
        "gen_du3": "",
        "gen_pl": "airech+N",
        "gen_pl2": "",
        "gen_pl3": "",
        "gen_sg": "airech",
        "gen_sg2": "",
        "gen_sg3": "",
        "n": "",
        "nom_du": "airig+L",
        "nom_du2": "",
        "nom_du3": "",
        "nom_pl": "airig",
        "nom_pl2": "",
        "nom_pl3": "",
        "nom_sg": "aire",
        "nom_sg2": "",
        "nom_sg3": "",
        "voc_du": "airig+L",
        "voc_du2": "",
        "voc_du3": "",
        "voc_pl": "airecha",
        "voc_pl2": "",
        "voc_pl3": "",
        "voc_sg": "aire",
        "voc_sg2": "",
        "voc_sg3": ""
      },
      "name": "sga-decl-noun"
    },
    {
      "args": {
        "1": "a",
        "2": "ire"
      },
      "name": "sga-mutation"
    }
  ],
  "lang": "Old Irish",
  "lang_code": "sga",
  "pos": "noun",
  "senses": [
    {
      "glosses": [
        "freeman (whether commoner or noble)"
      ],
      "links": [
        [
          "freeman",
          "freeman"
        ]
      ],
      "tags": [
        "masculine"
      ]
    },
    {
      "glosses": [
        "noble (as distinct from commoner)"
      ],
      "links": [
        [
          "noble",
          "noble"
        ]
      ],
      "tags": [
        "masculine"
      ]
    }
  ],
  "sounds": [
    {
      "ipa": "/ˈarʲe/"
    }
  ],
  "word": "aire"
}
{
  "called_from": "inflection/2466",
  "msg": "accepted heuristic header: table cell identified as header and given candidate status, AND the cleaned text is in LANGUAGES_WITH_CELLS_AS_HEADERS[Old Irish]; cleaned text: Initial mutations of a following adjective: *ᴴ = triggers aspiration *ᴸ = triggers lenition *ᴺ = triggers nasalization",
  "path": [
    "aire"
  ],
  "section": "Old Irish",
  "subsection": "noun",
  "title": "aire",
  "trace": ""
}

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