inunnus

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Forms: ionannais

n o, m. [earlier u] (inunn) identity, equality: muc innudha coitchind nomaid, ocus meathair for inannus tir `and what is in the same manner fattened on the land,' (? leg. for i.¤ tire, i.e. the same amount or quality of land), Laws ii 390.24 Comm. ar inannus smachta ocus ar inandus ngellta. Ase in tinannus smachta in bo a neimaithne na conaire. Ise in tinannus geallta in leit gille `the equality of `smacht'-fine is a cow for non-observance of the mode of proceeding. The equality of pledge is the half-pledge,' 138 n. 1 . dethbir ngellta ocus inannus smachta `a difference of pledge and an equality of `smacht'-fine,' ib. a n-ínannus uaire no cidh a saine uaire `at the same time or at a different time,' 56.10 Comm. corabuis féin .i. fo inunnus (ininnus v.l.) in garma ... gl. immusbé fadēin fon oen garmaim, RC xxvi 52 n. 1 . is e sin int aentughud co n-inannus, ┐ int aentugud cen inannus `the unity with identity and ..., Auraic. 1015. iat fein a n-ionannus aoisi ┐ eccoisg, Ériu iv 56.11 . ? Attrib. gen. do ní dá fheidhm ionannais (v.l. -as) `He makes two activities indifferent' ?, Dán Dé xxviii 38.