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 .

íarcúlta

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adj io, iā, (íarcúl) churlish, uncouth: is iargulta, anuasal in fregra tuguis orum, ZCP vi 282.12 . acht do bhí an fear íargcúlta agus go holc iona ghníomharthaibh, 1 Sam. xxv 3.

íardaige

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x see íartaige.

íardess

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x see aníar.

? íardin:

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ind i.¤ .i. iarmbrethemnus, O'C. 1269 (< H 3.18, p. 514 ).

íardom

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n western or hinder part of house: asind iardom iar- tharach in daimliacc Cenannsa `out of the western sacristy,' AU i 518.11 = asin erdomh `portico,' FM ii 758.7 .

íardoman

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n [o, m.] the ulterior or western world: fecht i nIar- doman la Colman, AU i 60.y = hi Soil ┐ i nIle, FM i 204.9 .

íardraige, íardraoi

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x see íartaige.

íardruimm

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n [i,n.] the small of the back? : ceatramha corcra go roinn | ótha earboll go hiardruim, Duan. Finn ii 198 § 4.

íarduba

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x see íarnduba.

íarfaigid

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Forms: íarfaige, iarfigid, iárfichid, tiarfaighe, niarfaigid, fiarfuide, iarfaigtho, iarfaichtho, fiarfaide, iarfaigthib, iarfaighe, fiarfaighe, fiafraighe

n i, f. Later somet. íarfaige. vn. of íarmi-foich. n s. iarfigid, Wb. 11b21 . iárfichid, Thes. i 497.37 (Ardm.). (but cf. ín tiarfaighe , Laws iv 106.9 Comm. ) a s. frisin niarfaigid , Ml. 20c9 . cin a fiarfuide , Laws iii 48.9 Comm. g s. inna iarfaigtho , Ml. 24b10 . inna iarfaichtho , 57d1 . d s. fiarfaide, PH 7294. d p. honaib iarfaigthib , Ml. 15c14 . iarfaighe and, with prothetic f, fiarfaighe, are Mid. Ir. forms; later with metathesis, fiafraighe.

(a) an inquiry, the act of inquiring: iárfichid gl. adquae- sitio, Thes. i 497.37 (Ardm.). inna iarfaigtho gl. quaestionis, Ml. 24b10 . honaib iarfaigthib mesidib gl. iudiciariis in- questionibus, 15c14 . ní i.¤ co n-eregim dungnisom híc gl. non est vox querellae sed inquisitionis, 92b10 . ni áil dúib á iarfigid `it is not proper for you to ask it,' Wb. 11b21 . do beir sin amach ... cin a fiarfuide `without asking (permission),' Laws iii 48.9 Comm. is aire dorigne Iúdas in íarfaigid-se PH 5158. ferrdi fis fiarfaigid `knowledge is the better of inquiry,' MR 160.1 . trí airisena boccachta .i. sírchéilide, sírdécsain, síriarfaige, Triads 102.

(b) act of inquiring about, seeking: i.¤ fortachtae `a seeking of help,' Ml. 92b11 . primsligeda in choicid d'i.¤ , TBC 1146. boi oc iarfaige Maximm dia thustigib `asked his parents about M.', PH 1004. oc iafraighidh na comlunn, RC xliii 62 § 62. ic i.¤ fessa ┐ fastini, TBC 406.

(c) act of challenging, a challenge: téid éinben gan fiar- faigid `a lone woman goes unchallenged,' O'Gr. Cat. 384.7. gabsat ... oc iafraighidh meisnigh an druadh, RC xliii 60 § 61.

(d) As a grammatical term, interrogation: an Domhnall Ó Dálaigh, lochdach acht ó fhiafruighidh wrong, save in interrogation, IGT Introd. 7.13 . cá ┐ cad .. fíafruighthi, lochdach íad sin uile, 35 . gach pearsa aga bfuil .r. ar a hitche .n. as cóir ar a fíafruighidh ar láindeimhnioghadh, 38 .

(e)

(i) guarding, keeping, tending: iarfaidhe .i. coimhéd. dlighidh othar iarfaidhe, O'Cl. iarfaidhe .i. coiméd, O'C. 1422 (< H 3. 18, p. 638b ). ailid cach econd a iarfaige, Laws v 490.7 . dond altram ┐ dond i.¤ dobertaisiu form-sa, TBC 1917.

(ii) the proper protection of distrained cattle (Plummer MS. notes): teid ín tiarfaighe fo cominnrice frisa foasc, Laws iv 106.9 Comm. transltd. `(if) the custody is equally valid with the notice,' Ériu ix 33.23 .