íarmórthaid

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[n i, m.] a follower: giall di iarmorthuid tar crich .i. ceilsine ... do iarruidh ar in tiarmorthuidh i sechtar crich oc flaith eile a pledge from a follower beyond the boundary, O'D. 366 (< H 3. 17, col. 279 ) = giallu do tiarmortaid, Laws v 216.y . To this: mac fuirmidh .i. mac iarmorthadh (? leg. -thaidh) .i. mac ro bui a[c] iarmoracht a dhana on lo ro ba mac bec, O'C. 172 (< H 3. 18, p. 96 ) = mac iarmor- taigh .i. mac ro bui ag iarumtorracht a dana .... Laws v 26.z Comm.

íarmothá

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(compd. of subst. vb., see Thurn. Gramm. § 775 , Ped. § 321 ) adv. and prep.

(a) Referring to past time,

(i) prep. after: na sen .i. a n-ais iarmotha na hocht mbliadna ochtmoghad over 88 years, O'C. 1881 (< 23 P 3, fo. 21 ). iarmota secht mbliadna ... iarmoth (sic) secht mbliadna, Laws ii 196.8 , 10 . iar- motha sin `from that out,' 128.12 Comm. comraind coit- chend do cach oen | iarmotha sein ni seól sáeb, LL 14b15 . iarmota foeghium im churu after an objection to the con- tracts, Laws ii 292.20 Comm.

(ii) adv. afterwards, then: ar ni hindud nech diaraile iar- motha. .i. uair nocha denunn nech innudh no inas da ceile tar in ni adurumur romuinn iarumh a haithli na secht mbliadhan, Laws ii 218.15 - 17 . co nómad n-aó, it bothaig ... it senchléithe íarmithá, Críth Gabl. 327.

(b) Referring to future time, henceforth, hereafter: cid iarmitha deud gl. etiam in posterum, Ml. 58c16 . ni thiber dilinn iarmotha darsin ndomun, Rawl. 70b4 . isse romm-ain i.¤ | conna toithus la fianna `tis He will protect me here- after,' RC xxiii 316 § 49. gébas Ailech armothá ... nī fitir nech coich na cia, Arch. Hib. ii 50 § 34. ní clóechloim cruth armothá I change not shape henceforward, Ériu iv 154.16 . fil suil nglais | ... noco n-acébá í.¤ | firu Érend ..., LU 309. ni ro arrthraidi in t-usqui armotha isan inad-sa acht corap mag tairtheach ... o sund amach may water not appear in this place henceforth, YBL 164b25 .

(c) at any other time: miach ar caileach cein n-iunas, leth-miach iarmotha, Laws v 82.17 Comm.

(d)

(i) prep. besides, beyond: íarra lat i.¤ sein, Arch. Hib. ii 95 § 36.

(ii) adv. besides, moreover: ni ḟuil mo thoisc armotha | acht airm no dot-ḟaccur-sa, RC xiv 402.6 . it he in cethrar armotha `(they) are the four besides,' Reeves Adamnan 277.3 . ni traigh damh topur teachta forsambi o seanathair co hiarmua is gradh iarmotha, IT iii 5.15 Cf. íarmobí.

íarmu

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íarmúa, íarmó

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Forms: iarmui

n io, m. great-grandson, great-grandchild: índ iarmui gl. abnepotes, Ml. 119b12 . athair ocus mac ocus ua ocus iarmua ocus innua, Laws ii 162.1 Comm. la hua brathar a athar .i. la hiarmo der[b]brathar a shenathar, Auraic. 119. comtar túathe ┐ chenéla a húi ┐ a iarmúi `so that her grand-children and great-grand-children were tribes and races,' Aisl. MC 208.17 . gan ecendáil da mac ┐ dá ua ┐ da iarmua go brunni mbrátha, TBC 3030. [a] maínchene féin tria bithu ┐ a meic ┐ a oa ┐ a iarmoa, AU ii 188.16 . síl Findtain uiIe .i. meic ┐ húi ┐ íarmái ┐ indái, Ériu iv 128.12 . ni hicca cinaid a mic, nach a hai, nach a iarmai, Laws v 512.2 . cin do indui, cin do iarmui the crime of your great-great-grandson, of your great-grandson, Laws i 182.22 . a hiarmhui uagdai Abraim (to the sons of Jacob), SR 3634. do macne mín muindterach | ar t'úib t'īarmūib tendmaid-ne, BColm. 98.18 . do roinneadar clanna, ui agus iarmui Shen-Bhriain an talamh eatoria fén, Hy Fiachr. 174.12 . bruidhean núa gá dénaimh dhó | méraidh dá úa is dá íarmó, IGT Decl. ex. 1800. mar sin bhias m'ua agus m'iarmhua, DDána 20 § 14. críoch gan oighir gan íarmhúa (íarfua, v.l.), Studies 1921, 420 § 19 .

íarmúchaid

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Forms: íermúchaidh

v ā extinguishes: íermúchaidh in lōchrann, Fl. Earls 52.20 .

Íarmuimnech

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Forms: Iar-Mhuimh- neach

adj o, ā pertaining to Íar-Muma: fada ó bhruach Lacha Luighdheach | racha is ní d'fhuath Iar-Mhuimh- neach , DDána 74 § 41.

Íarmuma

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Forms: Iarmuma, Iarmhumha, nÍarmumuin, Iarmhumha, Iarmuman, Irmumen, Iarmumhan, Iarmhumhain

n n,f. n. Iarmuma, Ériu ii 50 § 6. Iarmhumha, FM ii 1098.1 . a. i nÍarmumuin , Trip.² 2430. Iarmhumha, FM ii 662.22 . g. Iarmuman, AU i 332.6 . Irmumen, 336.1 . Iarmumhan, FM iv 1042.15 . d. don Iarmhumhain , i 238.15 .

West Munster: nocho dechoid dano tar Luachoir [siar] i nÍarmumuin, Trip.² 2430. I.¤ ō Lūachair sīar sell | cusin glenn thīar 'ca tā Drong, Ériu ii 50 § 6. loscadh Mungairit ┐ alanaile cheall Irmumen, AU i 336.1 . Mors Cobthaidh ... regis Iarmuman, 332.6 . crech la Congalach ... gur airg IarMumhan, CS 208.y . rí Caisil, ri Iarmhumhan, FM ii 570.6 . ro creachadh Gaoidhil Desmumhan ┐ Iar- mumhan lais, iv 1042.15 .

the men of West Munster: lóttar Dal cCais ┐ Iarmhumha ┐ Síol mBriain ... for creich i nDesmumhain, FM ii 1098.1 .

íarn

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Forms: iarn, ïarn, íarn, íarann, īarnn, híairn, iairn, iarn, eirnd, iurn, iurn, iarnd, erna, herna, iarna, íarnda, iarnu, n-íarnd, t-iaronn, híarann, iarind, d'iarund, iarand, iaronn, íarann, iearnn, iarnn, ioarn, Iarnnboidbh, Iarunngléo

n o, m. Earlier n.: iarn nderg, Anecd. ii 58.13 . Orig. ïarn, later íarn, monosyllabic, and íarann. n s. īarnn, Corm. Y 739. g s. iairn (disyll), LL i 4984 . híairn, Thes. ii 249.6 . iairn, TBC 4245. BDD² 532. IGT Decl. ex. 373. iarn, AU i 492.20 . Rawl. 117c49 . eirnd, O'Mulc. 420. iairnd, LU 7744 . d s. asind iurn , LB 236b48 . o iurn , PH 1276. ó iarnd , PH 2024. a p. erna, Laws v 390.23 . fri herna , Críth Gabl. 191. iarna, LL 15a26 . na íarnda (v.l. iarnu), Trip.² 2594. g p. ar n-íarnd , 2592 . Also n s. in t-iaronn , Laws i 140.22 Comm. a s. le híarann nderg, Maund. § 158. g s. iarind, LU 8655 (FB). íaraind, LU 1444 . d s. d'iarund, Laws v 16.z Comm. do iarand , Acall. 1718 n . ar an earand, Celtica ii 70.24 . g p. iaronn, Lat. Lives 57.6 . See IGT Decl. 54.9 : íarann iearnn (v.ll. iarnn ioarn). See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 119 ff .

I iron: i.¤ nderg n-ernbasach, Anecd. ii 58.13 . huma no iarann, Laws v 384.3 . seichida ocus iarann ocus saland, iii 426.23 Comm. īarnn .i. iarth i[n] nortmanica ling[u]a , Corm. Y 739. ara se[c]dacht amal iarunn `on account of its hardness like iron,' Auraic. 1314. co sústaib iarind, LU 8655. co feithnib iairn with bands of iron, BDD² 532. cēin mbis iarnd i tinid, O'Mulc. 475. a ḟuathbróic ... do iurn athlegtha, TBC 3729. as bhar ngeimlechaib ... glas-iaraind, MR 178.4 . méin iairn iron ore, ZCP xi 85 § 39b . na saer- geimlech sen-iaraind `noble fetters of old iron,' MR 178.1 . amal bid iarnn derg candens ferrum, Lat. Lives 96.1 . com- rair luadi chumdachtu o iurn, PH 1276. ni ro-helned ó iarnd `was unstained by iron,' 2024 . a mbeirt fhúar- fhoirfe iairn `in a chilly suit of complete steel,' Studies 1921, 418 § 8 . ar Sléib an Iairn, IGT Decl. ex. 424.

II

(a) a weapon or implement of iron: nis gaibtís acht iarna nemide, LL 15a26 . ar fuilib híairn `against bleedings caused by iron,' Thes. ii 249.6 . iurnn imfaebair .i. ... in t-iarunn ara mbi in dá faebhar, O'Dav. 1135. áilgius im- berta a n-iaraind `the craving to wield their weapons,' CCath. 621. aithigud ar n-iaronn `ferramenta acuere,' Lat. Lives 57.6 . dod laim na do iarund with a weapon, Aen. 1268. bla iarand airlech .i. slan don ti berius in tiarunn d'airlech na marti `the exemption as regards iron in slaughtering,' Laws iii 286.5 - 6 . bendachais Pátraic na íarnda comdar soimmbertu de, Trip.² 2594. i.¤ cach gníma, Críth Gabl. 405. erna arathair ocus erna trebtha, Laws v 390.23 . benaid an t-iarand asan crand `take the coulter out of the beam,' BCC 62.32 . ní bentar an t-iarann air | don chrann re headh an earraigh, L.Cl.A.Buidhe, 106.145 . iarann bhar n-each, DDána 68 § 20. níor barradh faoi ar iarnaibh each `steeds have not been shod,' TD 17 § 64. do bhádhas cean- gailte, ní lé hiarann comhaightheach `ligatus sum non ferro alieno,' TSh. 7538. the iron blade of a weapon: cnarr .i. ga ... da dornn .x. etar a hiarann ┐ ... a hurlann, O'Dav. 495. i.¤ na scene `the blade of the knife,' Laws i 132.23 Comm.

(b) armour: Gaill ... etir i.¤ ┐ cen i.¤ , AU ii 230.17 .

Compds. ¤bás death caused by a weapon of iron: ar cech nernbās (.i. ar cech niarnbas) `against every iron-death,' Thes. ii 352.4 . See ernbas and ernbasach. ¤blaith of smooth iron: ro imreadar ... na cloidme iarannblaithi, CF 628. ro nochtadar ... a cloidhme altgorma iarannblaithi, 880 . ¤bodb npr. m. loscoth Iarnnboidbh mic Gartnaith, AU i 106.6 . ¤chrúaid iron-hard: la Heochaid n-iūil, n-iarann-chrūaidh, Leb. Gab.² iv 2044 . ¤gait robbery with violence?: luid Odras 'na hiarn-gait (v.l. hiarnaidh, hiarr- aidh) `Odras came to despoil her by arms,' Met. Dinds. iv 198.37 . ¤gléo npr. m.: Iarunngléo Fáthach, Cóir Anm. § 95. Iaraindgleo du gabail rige, Todd Lect. iii 300.28 . ¤gua : noī mīss cen iarngua ro-reth | a hiarmhua Labusardech 'for nine months without stern falsehood ran his grandson Labosordacus' ÉC vii 24.295 . ¤lestar an iron vessel: tucad chucu a n-ena ┐ a ndabcha ┐ a n-iarn- lestair, TBC 64. sleagh ┐ cloidem ┐ iarnleastar, Acall. 3543.

íarnabárach

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1 íarnach

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Forms: íarnach, earnach

n o, m. (íarn) íarnach earnach, IGT Decl. 109.8 .

(a) Collect. fetters: ic dénum arm ┐ íarnaig, TTr.² 601. ní dleaghar i.¤ orra `they are not to be ironed,' TD 9 § 25. do tuit a i.¤ de `his chains fell from him,' BCC 368.24 . an tamall ata a n-i.¤ , Irish Texts ii 90 § 29 . sliocht bhar n-iar- naigh ar fhóir mBreagh | do iarnaigh ghlóir na nGaoidheal the mark of thy chain ... has fettered, DDána 63 § 3.

(b) a ploughshare: gan í.¤ do char do chronn | a ngar ḟíaghrach fa Émann, IGT Decl. ex. 2100. Cf. crann leabhur is earnach air | ag treabhadh Teamhrach Túathuil, ex. 1433 . Cf. ernach, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

? 2 íarnach

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Forms: n-íarnaigh

adj o, ā (íarn) made of iron: aitheac mor co ccruit n-íarnaigh , Duan. Finn ii 380 § 35.