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 .

íarfine

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Forms: iarfine

n , f. (lit. 'after kin', GEIL 312 ) the name of the second group in the early three-fold division of the fine (derbḟine, íarfine, indḟine), that is, the group consisting of the common ancestor and four generations of his descendants (see Binchy, Linguistic and Historical Value of the Irish Law Tracts p. 30 ff. ): Later a narrower group, the geilḟine (q.v.), was recognised: fodeiligt[h]ir in dibad itir na teora fine .i. deirbfine ┐ i.¤ ┐ indfine `the inheritance is distributed among the three fini ...,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 143.y ; and again, reckoning four groups: ... dibaid coitcinn na cetheora fine .i. gellfine ┐ derbfine, i.¤ ┐ innfine, ... uair gellfine co .u. fir, derbfine co nonbur, i.¤ go tri firu dec ..., Cóic Con. Fug. H § 69. cétheora fine ata nesom ... gelfine ocus derbfine, i.¤ ocus indfine, Laws i 260.3 . is si in derbhfine amuil ro gabh bruinne in duine ... is i in i.¤ amuil ro ghabsat in da ríg, ┐ is í in innfine amuil ro gabhsat na da dorn the ¤ is as the two fore-arms, O'D. 548 (< H 3. 17, col. 436 ). do na be deirbfine foloing taoibhfine, no i.¤ he who has no deirbfine his taoibhfine or iarfine bears (it) (referring to a penalty), Laws iv 242.13 . iarfine co tri feraib dec. Ni beir-ide acht cethramthain … di orbu … 'the íarfine extends to 13 men. It takes only a quarter … of the estate …' CIH ii 430.10 , Ériu li 1 .

See also fine.

íargáelad

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[n u, m.] (gáelad, vn. of gáelaid breaks) ` analysis?': iargaelad an uraicepta andso bodesta doreir na senudar n-arsannda, Lec. Gl. 205.

íar(n)gáes

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n after-wisdom, wisdom after the event, second thoughts : cor socuinn ni taithluither fri hiarngaosa iar cuimne cidh socunn dogne .i. an cor di (leg. do) ní in deghcodnach nocha taithmether cé thísa iarumgaos ... a contract made by a person of sound mind is not revoked on account of after- wisdom ... though after-wisdom come, O'C. 2399 (< Eg. 88, fo. 31b ) = fri hiargaosa ... ce tis iarumgais, O'C. 1076 (< H 3. 18, p. 442a ). ar ni dlongat iarngaosa iar ndul eineach mac ocus raith .i. nocha nimfhuilngith do iat ce do thisad iaramghaois da chuimne iaram, O'C. 2405 (< Eg. 88, fo. 31d ) = iaramgais, O'C. 1081 (< H 3. 18, p. 443a ). cia du iarngaosa do neoch atcumaing codhnach ina conn comhlán .i. cid du do neoch iarumhgais do denam ..., O'C. 1077 (< H 3. 18, p. 442b ). measam airli iargāis, Arch. iii 230.152 .

íar(n)gáesach

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adj o, ā (íarngáes) wise after the event, given to changing one's mind ? : cia mesam frismbia condelg duit? Fer garb ... dermatach ... iarngáesach, Tec. Corm. § 28.4 .

íar(n)gáeth

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adj o, ā (1 íar+gáeth) wise after the event: folabra gúach (v.l. ierngaeth) `false grumbling (after wise),' Tec. Corm. § 14.7 .

íargaile

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n [io, m.] (2 íar + gaile) hinder part of an animal?: Findbennach ... dam saide ... co n-erthossach écne | co n-íargaile erre, IT iii 247.113 (= LL 247a30 ).

íargellad

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Forms: iargellath

n [u, m.] a judicial decision (following on the giving of pledges) ? : fuigell .i. iargellath , O'Mulc. 588.

íar(n)giunnach

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adj o, ā epithet of Amergein father of Conall Cernach. `shaven behind ' (see Joynt, Ériu x 130 ff ; ZCP xliv 156 ): Aimergin Iargiunnuch, RC xxiii 324 § 9 n. Conall C. mac Amargin Iarngiunnaig, Ériu iv 28 § 19 (= LL 107a19 ). Amhargein Iarghiúnnach .i. Amarghein Dubh, nam iarn (v.l. iar) duibe dicitur. íarn (leg. íar) .i. dubh. giunnach .i. folt, Cóir Anm. § 253. co h-Amargin Iarngiunnaig, TBC 4875. mic Aimhirgin iairghiunaigh, Ó Bruad. iii 34b15 .

íar(n)glus

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n (glus light) `the after-glow,' the dotage of old age? : ocus dofed og iarnguls (sic) .i. soillsi, Laws iv 376.22 Comm. glūs .i. suilsi, unde dicitur isna Brethaibh Nemedh: dofed ōc īarnglūs .i. airegdu in t-ōc co ndagrusc oldās in sen co ndībelrusc, Corm. Y 689. glus .i. solus amail ata dofét óg iarglus, ar as dered día suillsi dofuarthét lasin sen `the young precedes the after-glow', O'Dav. 1024.