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 .

íarcomla

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Forms: iarcomhla, iarcomlai, īarcómlaid

n d,f. but somet. declined as ,f. (2 íar + comla door) the anus : a s. iarcomhla, TBC p. 899 n. 3 . iarcomlai, 1026 . d s. asa īarcómlaid , Aisl. MC 89.19 .

con ruc a mbói di ḟobaig inathair and dar iarcomlai, TBC 1026. cona buindib brócoti asa īarcómlaid sīar sec[h]- tair, Aisl. MC 89.19 . gur bhris ... ona ó go iarcomhla (text: ó ó go erboll), TBC p. 899 n. 3 . intan nobūailed co trēn in capall no maided cāisi ... triena iercomla síer, Aisl. MC 124.27 . scorpíon Indecda dorala for a iarcómla a mboi ina sesum, Alex. 705.

? íarconaire

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Forms: iarconair

n (g. for n. of conair ī,f. road, way) a by-road: ramet cusa rethenn cach iarset, i.¤ , Laws i 232.19 Comm. or ? leg. iarconair.

íarconn

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Forms: īarconn, iarcconn

n (conn o, m. sense, reason): ferr recond īarconn (v.l. iarcconn) `forethought is better than afterthought,' RC xlv 80 § 23 = Anecd. iii 17.20 .

íarcor

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n o, m. subsequent contract: sruithiu gach cet cor i.¤ , glossed: .i. as uaisli lium in cet chor dligach anas in t-iar- amchor inndligach, O'C. 1894 (< 23 P 3, fo. 22c ) = O'C. 375 (< H 3.18, p. 208b ).

íarcúae

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n , f. (cúae cup, bowl) a kind of poetical composition, a carousing song: `gaib airchedal, a Senchan,' ol Guaire, `dus in tuicfea Cummaine.' Gaibid-side iarcuae (v.l. iarcua) Guaire, Ériu v 32.12 . dognitis iarcai dond rig .i. airchetul iar in caui doberthea doib, YBL 126a8 .

íarcuibdius

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[n u, m.] an end-rhyme: iarraigther isin [rand] deigenouch ... salcuibdis ┐ cretcouibdius, lancuibdius, iargcuibdius, Auraic. 3841.

íarcúl

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Forms: hiarccuil, iargcúla, niarcuil, iarcúlaib

n ā, f. (cúl corner, recess) a s. co hiarccuil , ITS v 84.17 . g s. iargcúla, DDána 74 § 36. d s. i niarcuil , Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 42.31 . d p. 'na iarcúlaib , MR 188.13 .

(a) a remote place, remote corner: ro teichset a sleibhtibh ocus a niargculaib in tíre, ALC i 298.17 = Ann. Conn. 1230 § 3 . is iargcul ┐ is cumang lais in baile i tá .i. Inis Dairbre, RC xliii 50 § 57. ar tí imeirche i n-iargcúil, DDána 74 § 38. i n-eirr iargcúla, § 36.

(b) the back (of a house or room): táinic ... maithe Rach- ruinne ... co hiarccuil, ITS v 84.17 . an fual-shoitheach i n-iargcúil an áruis go folaightheach, TSh. 906. cuile i n-iarcuil don tigh, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 42.31 .

(c) Muimnig ... 'na formnaib, 'na iarcúlaib `in squad- rons, in rear troops,' MR 188.13 .

íarcúlach

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adj o, ā (íarcúl) remote, retired: ar chrannóicc ísil iarccúlaigh, FM v 1578.6 . fá árusaibh ... iargcúlacha na hanma against the inner dwellings of the soul, TSh. 2316. d’argain Ifrinn iargcūlaigh Celtica xiii 40.33 .