? 3 íar

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adj black, dark? but see Joynt, Ériu x 133 f .: iar .i. dub, Lec. Gl. 547. St. Gl. 435. Eg. Gl. 394. O'Cl. Lugaid Iardonn .i. dúbh donn robhói, Cóir Anm. § 23. Amhargein Iarghiúnnach .i. A. Dubh, nam iarn (v.l. iar) duibe dicitur. íarn [leg. íar] .i. dubh, Cóir Anm. § 253. is uime ghairthear Lughaidh Iardhonn dhe, ionann iardhonn is dubhdhonn, gonadh tré fholt dubhdhonn do bheith air, Keat. ii 2227. ralā tonn ... dar cech inber īarlethan `across each dark broad rivermouth' (? or broad at the back), Otia ii 83 § 9.

? To this (used substantivally): a sloe?: cráeb co n-iaraib (: diamair) aice `a branch laden with berries,' Met. Dinds. iii 60.83 (described as cráeb droigin fo dub-airnib, 62.96 ).

? Here also (but cf. 2 or): Féidhlimid Fer urghlass no íarghlás .i. folt ghlas bái fair ... íar .i. folt, Cóir Anm. § 196.

? íara:

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ind See íaru.

íaráidh?:

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ind mō is loscad sin a n-iaráidh (: Ciarāin) (v.ll. iarág, íarad), CCellaig. 377 .

iaraindig

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x see airaindeoch.

íarálind

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adj i beautiful at the back: batar coirdírgi íaráildi na dá ṡáil, BDD² 31.

íaram

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x see íarum.

íarann

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x see 1 íarn.

íarannta

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adj io, iā, (? íaru) swift as a weasel or squirrel: adv. intan ro ghabh C. co hathlum ┐ co hiarannta, RC xliii 92 § 93.

íarar, íarair

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Forms: íarar, n-iarair, n-iarair, iarair, d'iarrair, iarra

n f. n s. íarar (: íaram), Fél. Ep. 302. ? a n-iarair , Laws i 64.5 . a s. fria n-iarair , SR 680. d s. ac iarair , Comp. Con C. 83.3 . d'iarrair, Met. Dinds. iv 60.46 . g s. inna iarra, LU 5156.

(a) a search; act of seeking, demanding, searching: ón chalaind co araili | ro fersam ar n-íarair (v.l. ar n-iarraid) we have made our search, Fél. Ep. 2. in rígraid | forsa raba íarar `for whom there has been search,' 302 (: íaram). roboi for iarair na hingene ┐ nis fuair, Thes. ii 323.18 ( Hy. iv Pref. ). co tolaidh a máthair for a iarair, Lat. Lives 37.10 . etha a n-iarair went in pursuit of them, Laws i 64.5 . ic iarair comraic ... forru, TBC 1575. atáit re secht mbliadnaib ac iarair in domain searching the world, Comp. Con C. 83.3 . luid d'iarrair ethair imláin `went to seek a well-built skiff,' Met. Dinds. iv 60.46 . aní atái d'iarrair `what thou art seeking,' Mer. Uil. 23. aní co atái iarair (an ní atai d'iarradh, Stowe), TBC 1236. gatar aire co fesaid a iarair leis-seom `that you may know how he searches for it,' Ériu v 30.10 . cach icá iarrair, LU 3731.

In concrete sense, a search party?: dia di a ceile co níarair techta `with the lawful following,' Laws iv 106.12 Comm.

(b) (legal) pursuit, claim: ar-dlegat íarara co neuch ar-da-gíalla 'they are entitled to demands (legal pursuits?) together with anyone who gives hostages to them' The Kingship and Landscape of Tara 130 § 14 , 117 . oenann fri derosc laimi dona bi (? leg. dina bē) iarair 'one year [is the period] for the verdict on a hand if there be no [previous] claim' Bretha 46 § 37 , Ériu xx 230 . re fria iarair 'the time for prosecuting it' Laws i 188.24 Comm .

íaratas

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x see íarratas.

íarbaib

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n d p. a grove: in i.¤ gl. (idulorum ... quæ colebant) in lucís, Ml. 99d3 . Plummer MS. notes: `? vn. of íarmi- benim, a clearing in a wood .'