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 .'

? íarbaige

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n end ? recompense ? : mo-ngenar don chach dosgní ... in áine, ar is neam a n-iarbaige (? leg. iartaige), PH 8423.

íarbélra

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x see íarmbélre.

íarboll

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x see erboll.

íarbunatattu

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Forms: i.

n [t, m.] posterity : d. dun huiliu i.¤ gl. posteritati cunctae, Ml. 45b20 .

íarcae

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x see íarcain.

íarcain, íarcáin

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Forms: iarcáin, hiarcain, hiarccáin, iarcae, iarcane, īarcaine

? n i,f. n s. iarcáin (sic leg.), ZCP xii 238.4 . a s. hiarcain (v.l. hiarccáin), Lism.L. 4080. g s. iarcae (? leg. iarcane), O'Dav. 1295. a p. īarcaine, ZCP ix 457.11 .

`the afterdye?,' `the mother-liquor of the dye-vat' (O'Curry, Mann. and Cust. iii 121.3 ): niam .i. dath, ut est costadh néime .i. fasta[d] iarcae in datha .i. corcair nó glaisin, O'Dav. 1295. ni dernad roimpi ... glaisin bhudh commaith ria, ar cidh edach Ceniuil Fiachrach uili doberthi ina hiarcain (v.l. hiarccáin) nos-gormfadh, Lism. L. 4080.

Metaph. iss ē benfus glas ndegiunoch for īarcaine Ērenn, ZCP ix 457.11 (Baile Bricín). tāilcend gignid 'na ré ... bid sí iarcáin (sic leg.) cresiēn (? in the sense of making fast the dye of Christianity among the faithful), xii 238.4 (Baile in Scáil).

íarcásc

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Forms: híarccasccaibh

[n ā, f.] the season after Easter : d p. smera dubha 'sna híarccasccaibh , BNnÉ 118.19 .

íarcomarc, íarcomrac

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Forms: iarcomarc, iarcomairc, iarcomruc, nniarcomrucc

n o, m. n s. iarcomarc bairdne, Auraic. 1588. g s. in iarcomairc , IT iii 30.4 . d s. d'iarcomruc , Auraic. 1936. i nniarcomrucc , IT iii 11.2 .

Grammatical and prosodical term.

(a) a trisyllable, a word or verse containing three syllables (see IT iii 129.16 ff. ): dialt ┐ recomrac ┐ iarcomrac... Oenfidh airegda i ndialt, a da i recomrac, a tri i n-iarcomrac `one principal vowel in dialt ... three of them in iarcomrac,' Auraic. 1216. iar- comarc ... ut est coharfás, IT iii 48.12 . cen saebsuidhiugud dia It ic frecra d'iarcomruc `without wrongly placing single syllables to answer as a trisyllabic word,' Auraic. 1936. i nniarcomrucc ... forcenda ollbairdne ollbairdne ends in a trisyllable, IT iii 11.2 . iarcomrac .i. iarum comraigit .i. ... comrac na tri sillab forsna da sillabaib tuisecha, Auraic. 1419. iarcomarc .i. ainm in tress dēich .i. īar-comrucud īarsin comruc tōisech, ut Corbmacān, Corm. Y 447.12 . Debide Gairet Cetharcubaid: idon, cethri [tri] claidemni ┐ iarcomarc in cach haei `3 hepta-syllabics and a trisyllabic in each of them,' Todd Lect. iii 138.19 .

(b) the conclusion of a poem, the concluding word (which must repeat or re-echo the first word) often containing dedication to subject(s) other than the patron to whom the poem is addressed Éigse xxvii 59 : iargcoumarc, tret- sillaebach, Auraic. 3865. cach iarcomarc is gloir glan `every concluding word, it is a pure glory,' 2213 . ar in iar- comarc n-imslan `for the complete conclusion,' 2210 . co rap isind iarcomarc in focul tusech, am rongabh lasin filid `Donnchad dianfich domun' ┐ rl. .i. co rob `donnchad' risin fordunad, IT iii 29.24 . índsma in iarcomairc isin tsillaib tuisig, 30.4 . iarcomairc sen `that belongs to the end of the line (?),' Thes. ii 331.40 . rann iarcomairc uaim d' Ú Chaoimh `my final stanza,' A. Ó Dálaigh lii § 51 . See IT iii 120.23 ff.

íarcomarcach, íarcomracach

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adj o, ā trisyllabic: ollbairdní aichleach iarcomarcach, IT iii 10 n. 13 . ollb- iarcomraccac, 26.3 .