íachtad

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u,n. later m. vn. of íachtaid. act of shouting, crying out; crying, groaning: iachtadh .i. éigheamh, no glaodh, O'Cl. iachtadh cech mairph .i. ach, Auraic. 2378. iachtadh .i. estecht nó subhaidhe, ut est iachta[d] sluaigh suide n-imbais `the outcry of the host is a seat of inspiration,' O'Dav. 1071. cia hiachtadh n-uathmur n-anbhfeta andso? Anecd. ii 51.4 . ardam iachtadha, iii 43.22 . égim no i.¤ no urḟocra, TBC 644. ní d'oen maig is uch nó as i.¤ , RC xx 158 § 7 Comm. (ACC). atnaig a i.¤ curad ass, TTr. 2033. léicis Garb ... a i.¤ écomlaind ar aird, RC xiv 420.17 . in duine ac i.¤ i ngalar, Auraic. 5576. ni gnáth ... i.¤ gan foreigen, MR 238.21 . síreighemh ┐ iachtadh na nanffann, FM v 1668.3 . int iachtadh esaentadach doronsat Iude ... i fiadnaisi Filait, D iv 2, 40d22 .

Of animal and bird cries: i.¤ na cuilén `the squealing of whelps,' Death-tales 28 § 11. i.¤ na n-enlaith isind aiur for na srothaib teinedh, Ériu ii 138 § 131.

íachtaid

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Forms: iactbadir, niachtaite

v ā ( fut. pass. pl. 3 iactbadir, LL 120b4 ) (íacht)

(a) intrans. cries out, makes lamentation, shrieks, groans: a niachtaite gl. ingemescentes, Ml. 63d9 . sernais in ceirnín bōi ic Bodhp ic imdítin a thāib. Iachtaidh Bodhp, ZCP viii 104.17 . Aífi Úathach iachtfaitit, LU 10419 =iachtafid, ZCP iii 257.30 but perhaps read: iachtfat-ut A. and U. will lament you. iactbadir cind de sein, LL 120b4 . iachtais an ben co hacher des a fir, Leb. Gab. 20.17 . roiacht ┐ roeig co cualadar Greic uili golgairi na hingine, TTebe 2077 . ro-búail a bhasa, ocus do híachtt co hard acaoínteach, ZCP xiv 221.13 . roiechtsat mnae dimm `women shouted to me,' ii 315.12 (perh. translate cried out about me i.e. at my coming).

(b) trans. bewails, laments: iachtuis ┐ acainis a ben `he bewailed and lamented his wife', Ériu iii 150 § 3. do hiachtadh ┐ do hacainedh an sgel-sin ... le firu Erenn uile, BCC 72.33 . ? dilis cach forloscad fedar a figisib rig roniacht elogh .i. da fairgither cona dilis don rig forloscad do denum in baile a niachtaighther uime iar leigsin eloighthi, O'C. 455 (< H 3. 18, p. 242b ); 'immune is every burning which is carried out on the circuits of a king to whom disaffection has been reported (?)' Celtica x 69 .

íachtaigid

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v (íacht) raises a cry: cona dilis don rig forloscad do denum in baile a niachtaighther uime iar leigsin eloighthi, O'C. 455 (< H 3. 18, p. 242b ).

íachtar

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x see íchtar.

? íachtland

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n ā, f. a mass of groans ?: secht mbliadna di fond alt-sin co ndernai iachtlaind cáil truaig di, RC viii 154.16 (= LL 280a24 ) transltd. `flebilis denique et misera macraque de ea facta est creatura,' SG ii 452.10 .

iacingctis

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n (late Lat. jacintus) jacinth, hyacinth: an tor ┐ an tiarann ┐ an corp ┐ i.¤ ┐ moran do clocaib uaisli ele, ITS xiv 72.18 .

Iacób

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Forms: iacob, Iacoip, Iacób, iacoib, nIacóbh

npr. m. Jacob, James: n s. abram ┐ isac ┐ iacob , Ml. 31a3 . da mac Zepedei .i. Iaccop Mor ┐ Eoin, PH 3024. v s. a Iacoip, a apstail Isu, 2316 . a s. amail sóersai Iacób | de lámaib a bráthre, Fél. Ep. 475. g s. maicc iacoib , Ml. 84c9 . ar ghlúnaibh Iacóibh, PBocht 24 § 17. g p. [díol] na nIacóbh (: gliadh-dógh) the fate of the (two) James, Dán Dé xxvi 51.

íad

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n a hole, a bore ?: menad ... min a iadh .i. a thóll; Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 28 = min a inad ┐ cōel a t[h]oll, Corm. Y 864.

an enclosure, a boundary ?: ní fhionnaim anois fát ia | ach cárnán criata cnámh `within thy enclosure,' Measgra D. 59.63 . níor ghabh duine iadh budh fhuaire (of a territory), DDána 111 § 10 (: riamh).

? íada

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ind occurs only in etym. glosses: cid fil a sogain ? .i. cid fil isin níada isin, isin fogail comaithchesa `what is (the reparation) in this case ...,' Laws iv 122.23 Comm. is iarsan iadai sin na laad aine .i is iarsan anad naili `it is after this particular time the one became obsolete ...', i 156.1 Comm. iarsan íada sin (etym. gl. on iarsuidiu), iv 22.4 Comm. lan fiach isin niadha isin, O'C. 2369 (< Eg. 88, fo. 28d ). aithgin otha in iadh (sic) isin ótha in da bliadhain dég ina ced cin co ruicce secht mbliadna [deg], ib.

íadach

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n ā, f. a wallet, a bag (in which women kept their jewellery, etc.), `a work-bag': iadhach .i. tiagh, ut est cait broinnfinna duba a seotaib iadaighe (iadhaighi, v.l.) a dire .i. fona seotaib bis ni (leg. in) a iadhaig (iaghaign, iadaigi, v.ll.) [.i.] ina theigh, eirnither iní is dir ind, O'Dav. 1110. manip i.¤ .i. manap tiag gan a (i.e. go n-a) tochos dligtheach .i. caille ┐ ronn ┐ lann airgit, Laws v 386.8 Comm. techta fuillema gill iadaige mna rig, ma beith cona thothgusaib techtaib, glossed .i. gona tochasaib dligtheachaib .i. caille aen dathe ┐ mind oir ┐ land oir ┐ rand airgid, 382.5 and 17 . Cf. O'Dav. 1134. im iadag cona ecortaig `for the wallet with its contents,' Laws i 150.9 .

íadad

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Forms: -iata, iadhaidh

n u, m. later o, m. vn. of íadaid. g s. -iata, Ml. 46a8 . iadhaidh, DDána 32 § 12.

(a) act of closing, enclosing; a closure, an encompassing: in bith-iata hi robaid riam `of the perpetual closure in which ye were before', Ml. 46a8 . gid fó thalmain beit no i tig fo í.¤ , TBC 4270. a mbeit[h] i mbuaile fo iadhu an oidhche (of cattle), Laws iv 96.24 = fo i.¤ a naidce, O'D. 1226 (< E 3.5, 1a ). o turgabail greine co tráth iata tighe, O'C. 2007 (< H 4. 22, p. 32 ). dorus ... ocus comla íata fris, Mer. Uil. 225. gan iadhad n-imagallmha impe do dhénamh dóibh without the meeting of a conference, MR 314.16 . do furáil an sabhdán íadhadh ana timchill `ordered it to be enclosed all round,' ZCP ii 42 § 70. iar n-i.¤ do cach leith umpu `every side being closed against them,' RC xxiv 196.7 . do bhac mo ghníomh é d'iadhadh my deed hindered it from closing (of a wound), PBocht 21 § 6. ní théid ar feadh iadhaidh m'fhabhra | fear fiadhaigh an anma uaim, DDána 32 § 12.

íadad for act of closing upon, seizing: aithgabail bech, iadath foraib `to close upon them,' Laws ii 120.20 Comm. iada(i)d for laoga his calves are to be seized, 12 Comm. iadhadh orro da cur a n-ilpianaib ... ithfrinn, RC xxviii 318 § 34. a foil do i.¤ for mucaib, Laws ii 118.8 Comm. act of closing against: guais liom ... do theach d'iadhadh oram, Dán Dé viii 9.

íadad fri (later la) act of closing against: slige nimhe ... d'iadhadh fri Fursa, RC xxv 390 § 5. bélat ocus cricha do i.¤ friu, Laws i 160.6 Comm. act of joining with, drawing near to, catching up with: nar chóir dhúinn ... íadhadh a ccleamhnus ré lucht na gráineamhlachta `join in affinity with,' Ezra ix 14 . a ríaghal ó dho bhris ben | ní híadhadh ris do-rinneadh, IGT Decl. ex. 962. ní budh fholáir d'íoc mo pheacadh | Peadar asbal d'iadhadh linn, PBocht 26 § 27. a móid nar fhéad d'iadhadh lé `her vow could get no hold on her', 11a § 22 . iadad imm act of seizing upon?: buide lem t'iadhad 'mun ḟonn, Lism. L. 3812.

(b) act of binding, clasping: mong buide fair ... | ubull oir ocá í.¤ , LU 3673. a clasp: cor gerrastair na cnaip ocus cengal ocus iata ... batar ic congbail in cathbairr, Cog. 194.12 . ar do chris na ... ar iadha do mhuinchilli, ITS xxix 139.22 .