View Entry » AINIMM survives as Modern Irish and Scottish Gaelic ANAM 'soul'.
Now, as in the past, the word is opposed to CORP 'body', and as a body without a soul is a lifeless one, so CO N-ANMAIN 'with a soul' was often used to mean 'alive'.
This tide has ebbed and flowed in response to politics, economics and social conditions of both places.
Ireland was a feudal Lordship of the Kings of England between 11; a Kingdom in personal union with the Kingdom of England and Kingdom of Great Britain between 15; and politically united with Great Britain as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland between 18.
In medieval Irish tales, ANMAIN I N-ANMAIN 'life for life' was an appeal for mercy.
Usually, three wishes were granted in return for sparing the life of someone who said these words.
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