íarloss

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n after-produce, after-profit: of a swarm of bees : aithgin guna hinadh ┐ gona hiarloss, O'C. 992 (< H 3. 18, p. 425b ). ... saithi rena acomal itir los ┐ iarlos ┐ aithgin, ib.

íarlúib

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n d p. (cf. `lúa' cos, Met. Gl. 16 § 42. lua .i. cos, O'Cl. lua .i. preab, O'Cl. and lue `heel, kick,' MU2) hind-legs ? heels ? backward kicks ? : geirrmila derga amail mucco ... nocoisitis frisna crando sin ┐ nos-bentais cona n-iarluib co tuititis a n-ublai diib, RC ix 474.1 = cona n-iarlaib, Immrama 33.255 .

íarma, íarmo, íarmu

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3 s m. and n. of íar + suff. pron. Found only adverbially except: imreditis a traigthi iarma ┐ a escata remi, LU 5917.

(a) then, thereupon, after that : ethais cuco cethrar i.¤ ciallda caingnech, Anecd. i 59 § 78. dochúaid i.¤ reime, Met. Dinds. iv 74.65 . Eochu Ollathair í.¤, | cethri fichit find-bliadna, LL 127b3 . dochomlai i.¤ (v.l. iarum) in cerd, ZCP iii 222.7 . iarma (: bliadhna, gs.) glossed : .i. íer tain, Leb. Gab. 106.14 . solaich daurthige iarmae o chete iar lochaibh Eirne the roofing of an oratory was afterwards brought, AU i 308.13 . bacc iairnn cech oenfir i.¤ , SR 4204. 'mustēti uaib iermo, RC xiii 222.25 . Referring to fut., hereafter : do gena i.¤ , TBC p. 849 n. 15 (na diaid, LL). slicht sain so sīs co comruc trī mac Gārach ┐ blag bec de iarmmo ardāig dlūthaigi in sceōil, TBC² 800.

(b) therefore, then : cesc, cuin do bátar in filidhecht isin chlaind ? ... Muna bé a trí dib, it báird iarma if there be not three of them, they are bards on that account, O'D. 1217 (< H 2. 15, p. 85a ).

(c) With sin besides, moreover : mo thinnscra cóir damh ... ┐ mo ríar iarmusin, IT i 120.30 . is aisneis díles cen fhigur- dacht iarma-sin fil and according to it,' PH 5654. See 1 íarmo.

íarmag

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ind allmuire iar suidhe | cia rāitir into irrse | is sirsann a īarmag | a haithle na loingsi, ZCP x 344 § 27.

íarmaire

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ind seacht n-eich, ní hiarmairi daill, | do righ Ciarraidhi in chomhlaind, BR 74.21 (= Lec. 196c18 ).

íarmairt

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n i, f.

(a) consequence, sequel, result : tāthut airle lim-sa fris | ní olc fri ī.¤ n-indi, Sc.MMD § 3.20 . ní ro dechsat i.¤ da n-anmannaibh, air ni dechaidh a suil fri a mbethaidh they did not consider the consequence to their lives ? (`saw no sequel to their lives,' Stokes), CCath. 2786. na dec[h]aidh a bhecc d'i.¤ don longphort-sa `attach not the smallest im- portance to this camp,' 5182 . olc an i.¤ ro-lécsit Iúdaide forru fen ann-sin (when they demanded the crucifixion of Christ), PH 3286. ro-fhitir an i.¤ no biad de, 4745 . go ro bhen a droch-i.¤ don dúthaigh, FM v 1784.2 . olc an i.¤ d'iath Eireann, MS. Mat. 624.26 . as fearr d'i.¤ dhóibh é ná bheith i n-Ulltoibh, ITS v 46.25 . aoine i n-aighidh craois an chuirp | foighide i bhfeirg 's fhearr d'iarmuirt, Dán Dé xxiv 8. ni comad olc d'í.¤ not that the consequence would be bad, TTr.² 1290. ríghe cogthach Chláir na Niall | ... amhsoine as fhada iarmuirt `a campaign of lasting con- sequence,' Studies 1921, 76 § 22 . mh'anam-sa i n-aghaidh mo chuirp | eisean gan fhéachain d'iarmuirt reckless of consequence, Dán Dé xxv 42. ní dechub duit iarmarta | táet reomut cot chuirm, Acall. 6416. iarmhuirt éithigh the consequence of a lie ?, Ó Bruad. ii 144.y . cīa dorigni do Díarmaid | airbid aghmair ar ī.¤ ?, ZCP xiii 7.1 .

(b) issue, posterity : gach neach as óige nā haois-se da n-i.¤ `of their children,' ML 100.33 . taoisigh as uaisle iarmuirt, Top. Poems² 318. da mac Bressail ... maith a n-i.¤ , Rawl. 84a38 . dream gan i.¤, giodh aos conáigh | ní cluintear acht an gcéin bhíd, Measgra D. 61.25 . ní fhuil ann mar ifearn bunaidh | acht bheith gan chloinn... | líog lom idir fhádaibh fiadhghuirt | drong nách bhfágaibh i.¤ uaibh, ib. 32 .

Hence in the sense of anything left behind ,

(c) remains, traditions, legacies : iarmarta selba síl Ḟlainn `remnant of the possessions,' Ériu iv 92 § 3. Loch Cenn, cid na cinn diatá ? | adfíatar a iarmarta `its traditions,' Met. Dinds. iv 258.2 . ua himda deoch iarmarta acca hol andsin many a draught of dregs ? (transltd. `many a drink of consequence'), TTebe 1802 . fichdacht na flatha Fiachach ocus a i.¤ d'á aicmedaib `his munificence to his tribes,' MR 116.16 . espuc righ nErenn ... ar thidhnacul séd ocus maoine do chleirchibh ocus chellaibh, ocus ar iarmart n-eglusdagdha a lebhruibh ┐ a n-aidhmibh do Dia ecclesiastical legacies in books and utensils ?, ALC i 138.25 .

? Art na hiarmarta (v.l. na n-iarmarta) cen faill, Anecd. iii 47.19 .

? íarmaisi :

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ind sai caém canoine, conidh iarmaisi an maith, Laws iv 356.9 . iarbhais transltd. ` valuables ,' GJ ii 271b6 . do goid ... mórán iarmhis as a chúil-tigh | píce, milleóg, agus dornóg agus súiste, Seán Clárach 1308 . Cf. iarmhais `wealth,' etc., `a relict or remainder,' Dinneen.

íarmaithrige

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n , f. `after-repentance' : co mbói hi Tulaigh na hIarmaithrighi , RC xvi 78.8 .

íarmar

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n o, m. remnant, posterity, survivors : trí dotcaid threbtha : gort salach, iarmur cléithe, tech drithlennach glossed .i. salchar na cléithe d'fágbhail a bferann, Triads § 65. an móirsheiser sin d'i.¤ na Féinne, O'Gr. Cat. 649.3. trí coícait blíadan ... | ní hi.¤ (v.l. cid i.¤), ní himáirim, Met. Dinds. iv 28.42 . an mhéid maireas dá n-iarmhar, TSh. 5359. ar mbeith dhóibh féin d'iarmhar na Loclonnach of the posterity (or remnant ?) of the Scandinavians, Keat. i 50.21 . an t-iarmhar beag atá ar marthain di, ii 1026 . ag gabháil ceannais an iarmhoir do chlannaibh Neimheadh do fhágsad fá mhóghsaine na bhFomhórach, i 184.67 . bruar nó iarmhar an bhidh do bheith i n-a fhiaclaibh, Eochairsg. 121.11 . a maireann inár dtalamhne dá n-iarmhar áir, Hackett xvii 13. le hiarmhar m'amhuirc with what remains of my sight, DDána 6 § 34. Attrib. gen. : la ceithri scribline ... do choirci iarmair `of oats left over,' Hib. Min. 66.30 .

In derogatory sense, leavings, refuse : nár bh'iarmhar cré `who were cast in no mean mould,' Measgra D. 64.30 . attrib. g p. : nī sīl a fuil iarmar ibh, Butler Poems 2132.

consequence : do sháraigh Eabha an aithne | ... iarmhar a ceana aga cloinn, Dán Dé xxii 28.

íarmartach

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adj o, ā (íarmairt) having regard to consequences, careful : ni dat coimedaig inill i.¤-su d'Ulltaib you are no safe and careful guardian to the Ulstermen, MR 170.16 . nocha n-i.¤ t'aigneadh, Cog. 64.28 . gor geall buidhen í.¤ | do coisc Guill ar na márach ` reluctant ,' Duan. Finn i 11.23 .

? íarmartaige

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n end, result ? ; remains ? : cidh íat delbha na ndei ┐ a tempuill ḟurála foirnd do loscud, bidh lasair tenedh a n-iarmartaighi (v.l. iartaige) `their remains will be a blaze of fire,' CCath. 651. Or is this n p. of a compd. íarmar-tech ?