? 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 ?

íarmbélre, íarmbérla

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Forms: íairmbérladha

n [n.] later m. n p. íairmbérladha, IGT Introd. 28.26 . See Thurn., RC xiii ff. and O'Rahilly, Early Irish History and Mythology 85 ff.

I Applied to difficult or archaic language : is aire raiter iarmberla de .i. ara se[c]dacht amal iarunn, ... no iarmberla .i. berla ranig Iar mac Nema, Auraic. 1313 - 15 . fern (.i. cach maith) .i. īarnbēlrae nō īarmbērla innsin, Corm. Y 612. it e coic gne in berla tobaidi .i. berla Fene ┐ fasaige na filed ... ┐ iarmberla amal rogab : Cuic .i. ruin. Et ballorb .i. ball do forbau na filideachta aicce ..., Auraic. 1302 - 8 . i nGaidilg na filedh ┐ iarmberla ┐ berla neterscartha ..., BB 300b4 . cloch, trī anmann lé .i. onn a īarmbērla, cloch a gnāthbērla ..., Corm. Y 213. iarnnbērlae .i. is aire isberar, ar a duibe in bēlrae ┐ ar a dorchatae ┐ ar a dlūithe, co nāch erasa taisscelad ind, 755 .

II As grammatical term, unstressed word or particle: iarmbérla .i. bérla ro baí oc Iar mac Néma .i. iaram ┐ dono ┐ tra ┐ imurro, O'D. 1210 (< H 2. 15, p. 83b ) = IT iii 37 n. 3 . gne n-aill do iarmberla .i. iarum ┐ dno ┐ atat ┐ tra ..., Auraic. 1307 . íairmbérla na guidhe the interjection of entreaty, IGT Introd. 29.26 . m'fhearsa t'fhearsa ... ní cóir iarmbérla sunnartha rompa mur tá don, no ón, no san definite article, 7.19 . an tan bhíos íairmbérla ceanguilti don áireamh ... mur so : a trí, a cúig ... when an í.¤ is joined to the numeral, 28.28 . cóir áireamh ar nach bí íairmbérla coimhleanamhna a ttús chomhfhocuil, mur so : do sdéd asdrach ochttairrngeach, 25.1 . íairmbérla coimhleanamhna : ané, aniogh, ... anoir- thear, ... anall, 28.30 . an coimhcheangal úd `agus' gurab ionann é ... ┐ an t-iarbheurla so `nó', Eochairsg. 96.14 .

íarmbethaib

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Forms: hi., hiarmbethaid

n d p. after-world ? : ni comraicfem fri ar ndoene derbfine sceo doen dodonfarcadar co hi.¤ , Rawl. 125b10 . ? Or read : co hiarmbethaid after-life .

íarmblas

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Forms: n-íarmblasaib

n after-taste, lingering savour : ceitri srutha a nglenn tsleibi na pían co n-íarmblasaib fína `des arrière- goûts,' RC xxiv 374.22 .

íarmblegon

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n m. after-milking : a medón na luachra ┐ in t-i.¤ `the middle of the rushes and the after-milk,' RC xxv 28.13 . In 28.3 referred to as deadblegon. íarmblegon cé[i]t bó ba sí a deog-som, 'the strippings of a hundred cows constituted his drink' Cath Maige Mucrama 66.415 (Scéla Éogain) .

íarmbrethas

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n [u, and] o, m. ` after-judgment ' : do reir iarm- brethais, Laws iii 492.5 Comm. See Cóic Con. Fug. 80 § 64 and íarmbrethemnas, below.

íarmbrethemnas

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n [u, and] o, m. after-judgment, additional judgment or fine . This fine was payable after an interval which was allowed to show what the outcome of a bodily injury might be. The length of the interval depended on the injured part—one year for a hand, three years for a head. If the eventual injury was due entirely to the wound itself the person who inflicted the wound paid the íarmbrethemnas. If it was partly due to bad doctoring the leech shared in the paying of the fine. See Plummer, Ériu x 114 and Binchy, Ériu xii 134.

biaid iarmbrithemnus ann iar comdechsain in inaid ... in ro clannadh in crecht, O'Dav. 90. leth-eiric ... in leith eile facabar fri hi.¤ , O'C. 631 (< H 3. 18, p. 305 ). .x. mba ┐ samaisci i coirpdiri na cneide ┐ .x. mba ┐ samaisce isin iarmbretemnus, O'C. 231 (< ib. p. 126 ). is and ata in t-iarbrethemnus d'ic d'fir feartha na cneide mas a bunad ro fasastar hi, O'C. 233 (< ib. p. 127 ). fri derrosc laime dona bi iarmbrethemnus ... aen bliadain fri derbcindead slainti na laime ┐ nocho bi iarmbrethemnus for liaig na for fear feartana na cneidi osin [amach], ib. noco nfuil iarmbreithemnus o daer, Laws iii 346.18 Comm. eric iarmbrethemnais d'ic d'fir ferthana na cneide ┐ cein bethar agin leighis nocha nicthar in ti.¤, ┐ thairgeba in leighis do denam, is ann ictar in ti.¤ , O'C. 1815 (< 23 O 6, p. 45a ). is ann ata int i.¤ d'ic d'fir ferthana na cneidhe an tan nach tre fuirirugh droch leigis go fis na gin fis do liagh ..., ib. is ed agarthar fuirre ... int iarmbrethemnus ┐ loighacht na foghluma, Cóic Con. Fug. RE § 20.

íarmedón

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Forms: hiarmedhón

n [o, m.] afternoon : airisit isin longport i mbátar in adhaigh riamh go hiarmedhón laí, FM vi 2200.11 .

íarmérge

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Forms: íarmérgi

n , f. (lit. after-rising) the name of one of the canonical hours . See Best, KMMisc. 162 ff . íarmérgi, IGT Decl. § 3.30 .

I matins, nocturns : iarméirge cert la sruithi | diad n-aidchi, tossach laithi `the right nocturn according to sages [is] the end of the night, the beginning of day,' Ériu iii 100 § 22. iter midnocht ┐ īarmērgiu, ZCP ix 449.7 . trichae salm cech iarméirgi | dá ṡálm deëc do midnocht, Ériu iii 98 § 19. īarmērge, ar is and radīult Petar, 116.15 . im díb trathaib i naidchib .i. im espartain ┐ im iairmergi, Fél.² xcviii 12. doronadh mirbuil mor isin aidhche adbath—in adhaigh do solustughudh ota iarmeirghi co gairm in coiligh `from nocturn to the call of the cock,' AU ii 174.y . biad iarmergi `the Beati of nocturns,' Mon. Tall. 131.3 . dogní ind cros- figild ... im iarmergi aidchi tairridi notlaic `at nocturns on the night following Epiphany,' Mon. Tall. 138.34 . im trath cecha iarmeirghi dorddaid ceol mbind `matins,' Ériu ii 116 § 47. umin iarmeirgi isin aidhche, O'C. 1909 (< 23 P 3, fo. 23 ). etir iarmerge is tiugnar between nocturns and matins, SR 810. ni roairigset na sruithi ind iarmeirghi in adaig-sin cu primh iarnamarach, Lism.L. 4198. medón aidchi iarom ... Is é tráth són dodeochaid in chaillech do béim chluic do íarmérgi, RC ix 452.y . tar éis na híarmh- ēirghe aréir | is ann do ráidh rium Ó Néill, KMMisc. 366 § 3. techt don iarmerghi mór saeth | ... munbad omun Fiadhat find | gid bind in cloch ni thiagh dó, Ériu ii 229.8 . iar- mērge ūar lethrannach | fri mōidmuigi mōir against great boasting, ZCP vi 271 § 4. conid cualai oc celebrad íarmerge ina eclais, LL 282a19 . iarmhéirghe an mheadhóin oidhche, Keat. iii 1120. do cleachtaoi leó ... aoine ┐ iairmhéirghe, TSh. 2269.

II The time when this office was performed, i.e. midnight, daybreak (the confusion here is due to the fact that Matins, though properly the midnight office, came in the late Middle Ages, to be celebrated immediately before lauds, the first of the day-hours of the Church. See Gougaud, Christianity in Celtic Lands, p. 333 ) : guth circe fráoich an tsléibhe | do cluinsin im iarmhéirghe `to hear at dawn,' Buile Ṡ. 152.12 . o thá iarmeirge co muichdedoil `from midnight to day-break,' FM iii 10.2 . leasc leam éirghe san íarmhérghe | d'éis chogalta, IGT Decl. ex. 1190. ésca ní faicfidher, | ūathmar an īarmēirge, ZCP viii 212.18 . is damna deōr | labra donn eōn gun īarmēirgi, Arch. iii 234 § 6.

íarmi-

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x see also íarmo-.

íarmi-bebat

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Forms: íarmi-ba, iar- mibebat

v fut. pl. 3 of *íarmi-ba dies afterwards ? : iar- mibebat blatha `flowers will perish,' RC xxvi 46 § 242.