íadaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. íadaid or dil.ie/26916

Forms: n-iada, n-iadh, híadh, íaidh, n-íadfa, íad, iaidh, hiatta, iasta, n-eidfider, iadfaitir, iatta, iadhta, íadad

v ā indic. pres. s. 3 immo n-iada , Thes. ii 294.27 . fá n-iadh , TSh. 5366 (cit.). ipv. s. 2 nā híadh , Ériu ix 166 § 30. íaidh, Dan. xii 4. fut. s. 3 forsa n-íadfa , LU 2289. pret. s. 3 ro íad , CRR § 51. do iaidh , SG 15.4 . Pass. subj. past s. na ro hiatta , Thr. Hom. 38.2 . no iasta (noiousdai, v.l.), Anecd. ii 53.14 . fut. s. intain n-eidfider , Wb. 32c13 . pl. iadfaitir, LU 2413. Part. iatta, PH 2951. iadhta, TD 4 § 42. Vn. íadad.

I Trans.

(a) closes, fastens, clasps, joins: intain n-eidfider carcar ifirnn for demnib, Wb. 32c13 . íadait na dorsaide in comla, LU 8267. ni raibhi forles ... nach le hór do hiatta `that was not closed with gold,' ZCP i 404.15 . iadfaitir and sin tri glais na pecthach, LU 2413. fáiceb in less n-óibéla. Is mé nod n-íada, TBFr. 412. in lis iatai fo glasaib, Ériu xii 182 § 13 (Tochm. Ét.). cneadh th'ochta nó gur híadhadh, RC xlix 171 § 16. íadaid Héle ... in lebor, LU 2280. iad- faither a chluasa, PH 1117. roptis iat sin seoit noiasta `that would be accepted' (Plummer MS. notes), Anecd. ii 53.14 . mairg iadhas lámh um chraobh feachain, Ériu v 142.12 . toirrcheas uasal ... | is ionganta 'mar iadh brú, Aithd.D. 70 § 12. iadhait Connachtaig a ceilg | fa Oed ..., Irish Texts ii 9 § 28 . iadhaidh in mac bec a dhí láimh im chois P., Lat. Lives 21.1 . ro íad a da laim dar a armaib ammaig, CRR § 51. ni ro iat ar ési did not close (them) behind him, Laws ii 54.17 Comm. coire a roīadha[d] rogōe (gloss on coire goiriath), Anecd. v 24 n. 8 . an iall ... iadh gach taoibhe 'na tiomchal `fasten on every side about her,' Aithd.D. 81 § 7. gé do hiadhta bas rem béal | an glas iadhta ní fhuiléang, 40 § 3. iadhaigh síoth Dé le daoinibh `binds peace between God and the world,' 87 § 10 . do iaidh benn a bhruit uimpe, SG 15.4 . do íadh Israel é féin lé Baal-Peor joined himself unto, Numbers xxv 3. iadaidh C. ind eclais fuirri shuts herself in, Arch. iii 309.7 . noco pīantar fora n-īatur ūr a c[h]ille, BColm. 28.26 . fir-iadus dilsi cacha feraind, Laws v 500.16 , glossing: cis lir fala for a n-iadat dilsi cacha sealba, 9 .

(b) encloses, encompasses: bili rātha no-sn-īoadai `en- compasses it,' K. and H. § 8. iadhfaidhear i gcarcair iad, TSh. 4463. nír íad éc airbe | mnái bad lía sét, Met. Dinds. iii 368.35 . don dream ata iadhta suas, no do thréig an saoghul, Donlevy 454.6 .

(c) closes up, seals up, blocks, (of water) dams: fecht n-óen nár íadad ínt en `once on a time when the water was not sealed up,' Met. Dinds. iii 326.41 . mes mor etir cnomes ┐ daurmes ┐ ro iadh glasa cor ansat di riuth, AU i 336.x . iadais cru chridi `das Blut verschloss das Herz,' TBC p. 875 n. 1 . slighe chaol nar iadh ar n-athair, PBocht 8 § 30.

(d) finishes, brings to an end: ro iadus gabail Caim cáin isin chamair chetamain I have brought to an end (the tale of) ..., Rawl. 76b15 . íaidh súas na bríathra agus séuluidh an leabhar, Dan. xii 4. agus is mór do moladh mar do hiadhadh an dán sin `the manner in which the poem was wound up,' ITS iii 242.2 .

II Intrans.

(a) closes, closes in, draws near: iar toitim in churad do-iadsad Tuatha Taidean ... ┐ nir licsead a ḟodbad, RC xvi 137.13 gur'iadhsat na halada dia neis (of wounds), Marco P. 148. gur iadh an nathair 'na chneas `bit his skin,' Keat. ii 304. iadus tar (sic leg.) araig ind eich which closes over, Laws i 138.y Comm. ro iadh nathair nemidhe ina timchell, Leb. Gab. i 196.17 .

(b) íadaid imm, íadaid fá closes about, closes around, gathers about: is én immo n-iada sás, Thes. ii 294.27 ( SP iv ). ro iadhsat ... im muine shailech, AU ii 156.21 . as umainn iadfaid uile `they will rally,' Cog. 200.13 . ag Murc[h]adh fa n-īadand slōg, ZCP viii 225 § 45. tor troeta triáth, sas na slóg | roiad im Nas ri Ammón, SR 5580. críoch ainglidhe fá n-iadh tonn, TSh. 5366 (cit.). con-iad (sic leg.) adaigh | tīar fa aghaid na firmindti, Arch. iii 235.12 . Of the meeting of lines of descent in a person: nír iadsat ... fa aen duine reme ... frema fodhla finechais mar do iadsat fá'n ard- flaith hua n-Ainmirech, MR 116.3 - 5 , cf. 118.7 . Cf. gan iadhad n-imagallmha without the meeting of a conference, 314.16 .

(c) íadaid for

(i) seizes upon, encloses, closes: i fudamain péne suthaine forsa n-íadfa glas brethre Dé, LU 2289. eibirt nemda for a n-iada comscribeann deoda, Laws ii 450.3 . do tet in muiredhaigh dochum inn aitire ┐ iadaid fair. Tiagam co fine ol inn aitire. Tiagaid. Iadaid in aitire foraib, O'C. 804 (< H 3. 18, p. 372b ).

(ii) closes (a transaction), closures, estops: ní íadat iubaili for étechtu ail `let not legal periods close upon an unlawful blemish,' Serglige 270 ( LU 3473 ). fuaslaicthi cach rudrad forsna hiadha aititiugh, O'C. 425 (< H 3. 18, p. 232a ), `that acknowledgment does not firmly close,' Laws v 497.2 .

Iadomdae, Idumdae, Iddomdae

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Forms: idumdae

adj io, iā Idumaean: o ro- gnathaig Antipater in tír n-Iddomda, PH 6952.

As subst. io, m. an Edomite, an Idumaean : idumdae gl. [Doec] Idomeus, Ml. 72a6 . iadumdu .i. cland Essau, 26b15 . as do hIddomdaib do, PH 6946.

iaena

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n water-tank ?: `uisce assind iaenai' or sí frisin n-inailt. luid side dond iaenai `piscina,' SG 414.30 .

Iafeth

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Forms: Iafedh, Ieffeth

npr. m. Japheth: Sem acus Cam ocus Iafed, Todd Lect. iii 286.25 . g. bás ... Iafedh , 288.17 . maic Iafeth, Fianaig. 30.6 . meic Iaffeith, Auraic. 2470. d. ag Ieffeth , 2486 .

1 íall

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 íall or dil.ie/26920

Forms: iall, elle, héill, ialla, nialla, n-iall, d'iallaib

n ā, f. n s. iall, IT iii 81.22 . g s. elle, Laws v 80.1 Comm. d s. dá héill , IGT Decl. ex. 419. n p. ialla, BB 416b44 . a p. a nialla , SG 3.38 . g p. na n-iall , BB 416b45 . d p. d'iallaib, Laws i 152.26 Comm.

a thong, strap, leash, shoe-string: cro fuaigther d'iallaib, Laws i 152.26 Comm. ind a elle, v 80.1 Comm. cenglais d'ḟertsib ┐ d'ithisib ┐ d'iallaib in charpait, TBC 1325. amal no beithe [beó and] | frit bachaill buan éll, Trip.² 2984. lamanda do craicnib tarbh um lamaib na miledh ┐ ialla a hindaib na mer ┐ mill umha no luaidhe for cendaib na n-iall (description of the caestus), BB 416b44 - 45 . iall letbroici, IT iii 81.22 . ag ithe na mbróg ... óir duaidh sé ... a nialla, SG 3.y . cú for éill at láimh, Oss. v 52.26 . ba lēigen fercon dā héill a iondsoighe, ZCP xiv 240.13 . do chuireadur a ccoin ... ar a n-ialluibh daingne, Feis TC 21. iall an sbuir `the spur strap,' TD 14 § 12. red laochlaimh ... samhlaim eill ... meamruim `a strip of parchment,' Skene's C.S. iii 422.21 . druim-iall `a caul ,' Oss. iii 128.15 . go héill bróige, Gen. xiv 23. do shín a éill go harnaidh | re damhraidh shíl Néill neimhnigh (? of a bowstring), DDána 113 § 2.

Metaph. dá héill do chuaidh an cholann, PBocht 12 § 15.

2 íall

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 íall or dil.ie/26921

Forms: iall, eill, hélle, éill, ialla, íalla, iallaib

n ā, f. n s. iall, LU 5646. a s. eill, 5172 . g s. na hélle , 5732 . d s. 'sind éill , Met. Dinds. iii 256.17 . n p. ialla, SR 8125. a p. íalla, Hy. v 91. d p. iallaib, SR 1025.

(a) a flock or flight of birds (probably the same word as 1 íall with an extension of meaning, cf. Shorter Oxford English Dictionary (sec. ed.) s.v. string ): iall .i. ealta én O'Cl. ial[l]a ēn .i. ial ebraice exercitus interpretatur , O'Mulc. 708. íall gesse oc folúamain uassa, LU 5189. dia tí iall a mmag rot bía caúth, 5646 . ialla én find, Anecd. i 56 § 47. cet do chetaib en iallaib, SR 1025. domeccad ialla omhain `bird flocks of terror come upon me', Buile S. 30.8 .

(b) a company, troop, band: eter iallaib ban búagnithi, LU 10314. ialla ainble engacha, SR 8125. iall aingel, Ériu ii 140 § 148. ní raghba ar n-eill | demon dubh donn, Arch. iii 231.14 . don chath fri íalla cīara (glossed: fri demna), Thes. ii 348.6 ( Hy. v ). crothais domnu | dia īallaib `er machte Welten erbeben durch seine Heerscharen,' Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40 § 15.

íallaccrann

Cite this: eDIL s.v. íallaccrann or dil.ie/26922

Forms: iallacrand, ialla- crando, īallaccrand, hiallacraund, iallacranda, iallaiccraind, iallacranna, iallacrand, iallchrann, iallchrainn, iall- chrann

n (1 íall + accrann, for which see Ml. 56b1 , Wb. 5a5 , LL 248a44 ). Orig. ā, f., later o, m. Frequently used as dual, but pl. forms also occur. n s. iallacrand (v.l. ialla- crando), RC x 64.2 . īallaccrand, ZCP xiii 176.3 . d s. ina hiallacraund , SR 3912. n p. iallacranda, Lat. Lives § 92. iallaiccraind, IT iii 239.143 . a p. iallacranna, Lism.L. 1090. g p. iallacrand, Lat. Lives § 81. In later language sometimes iallchrann: n p. iallchrainn, TBC 5479 (Stowe), g p. iall- chrann, Keat. iii 1503.

(a) a sandal, a thonged shoe; dual, sandals: iallachrann .i. bróga, O'Cl. iallacrand cumdachta imma chosa, RC x 64.2 . im ghait a iallacrand de `calceamenta ipse detra- heret,' Lat. Lives § 81. iallacranda orda imbe `calceis auro inlitis,' § 92 . indara cos dam nocht gan iallagrand ┐ in cos ele 'na hiallagrand, Aen. 868 - 9 . conad é fein dobenad a n-iallacranna da manchuib, Lism. L. 1090. da íalcrand caema ... do chordiuan, ÉC i 80.22 . ag buain mh'iallchrann nó mo bhróg dhíom-sa, Keat. iii 1503.

(b) greaves, leggings: a hiallacrann humai glain | otha a glúine co talmain, SR 5765. ni battar iallaiccraind impu na cenbair imo gcennuip, IT iii 239.143 . ina n-assanaib ┐ ina n-iallaccrandaib, BB 240a30 . a n-assan imleabhar ┐ a n-iallachrann fri a n-oircnibh, FM vi 1918.11 .

1 íallach

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n (1 íall) collect. thongs, `latchet': nach fiú meisi í.¤ a bhróg dho sgaoileadh, John i 27. ní brisfighear í.¤ a bhróg, Isaiah v 27.

2 íallach

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adj o, ā (1 íall) furnished with thongs or cords: cotún síoda ... eangach i.¤ ` corded ,' Rel Celt. ii 260.37 . sgaball ... i.¤ , 262.11 .

? íallaid

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v binds?: ro iallad nad fastad, BB 64a23 = rodíallat nád astat `they turn aside what they do not secure,' Tec. Corm. § 16.88 .

íaltóc

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n ā, f. (dimin. of íatlu with metathesis) a bat: gab ...fuil ialtóigi ocus fuil duine, O'Gr. Cat. 178.32. With inorganic f: fialtoca leo meidithir fre fiachu `bats they have as big as ravens', Marco P. 175. an íaltóg leathair, Deut. xiv 18.