íarnachad

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Forms: iarnoidhthe

[n u, m.] vn. of íarnaigid. captivity, the state of being fettered: dá mbeith nach biadh do dhochar | do chách uile it iarnochadh even if your captivity were not a sorrow to all, DDána 63 § 27. g s. glais iarnoidhthe an eóin do nimh, L.Cl.A.Buidhe, 164.67 .

íarnaid

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Forms: híarnadh

v ā (íarn) fetters, imprisons: pret. pass. s. perf. ar áoi gur híarnadh na tshás `yet since it is imprisoned in its cage,' Ériu ix 6.63 .

íarnaide

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Forms: iarnaighe

adj io, iā, (íarn)

I iron, made of iron: iarnaighe gl. ferreus, Ir. Gl. 608. clóthi ... rindaithi i.¤ , IT i 191.15 . rotha íarnaidi in carpait, LU 6500. co flescaib iarnaidib ...d'esorcain na pecthach, 2085 . id iarnaidi na thimchiull, TBC 1229. caeca slabhradh iarnaidhe eisti, CF 681. co n-adharcuibh iarnuidhe, ML² 53. grāta iernaidhe, Fl. Earls 204.19 . crithnaighídh na slabradu ... solus-iarnaidhe steel-bright? MR 178.3 . dath earnaidi Celtica ii 70.23 .

In a metaphorical sense: dubc[h]otludh iarnaidhe inn ecca, CCath. 6071. lém thoil iarnaidhe féin `mea ferrea voluntate,' TSh. 7539. ge no beth .c. gin agumsa ... ┐ guth iarnaidhi, Aen. 1409. do shlógh iarnuidhe Ioffoirn, Aithd. D. 53 § 9.

II As subst.

(a) an iron implement or fitting, weapon, fetter: rochuirset iarnaidhi a n-arathar i n-armaib catha `they turned the iron of their ploughs into arms ...,' Aen. 1764. ralegaid acus raluathchumaid a n-iarrnaigi athcnaiti arathair, a corrana acus a rastail ... comdais airm aithgera, TTebe 1277 . an sagart do léigen as na gér-iarnaighibh ina raibhe from the sharp fetters, Ériu v 92.14 . do ghrádh th'aon-mhic do céasadh le hiarnaighe i gcrann, Keat. Poems 401.

(b) armour, mail: ni geibdís acht iarnaighi umpu, BB 43a50 .

íarnaigid

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v (íarn) fetters, puts in irons: sliocht bhar n-iar- naigh ar fhóir mBreagh | do iarnaigh ghlóir na nGaoidheal has fettered the glory, DDána 63 § 3. Vn. íarnachad, q.v.

íarnamail

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Forms: iarnamhla

adj i (íarn) iron-like: go n-adharcaibh iarnamhla , TD 31 § 25.

? íarnantaib

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Forms: í.

n d p.: ar is di í.¤ cungnas ar rígnaib ingenaib ..., LU 5438 (=diarnantaib YBL 25b21 ).

íarnbélre

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x see íarmbélre.

íarndae

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adj io, iā (íarn) iron, made of iron: ni étaim ... techt sech nechtar in dá roth i.¤ , LU 5181. dia ndroch ernbudi iarnda, 8671 . fri teóra sústa i.¤ ... cona secht cendphartib iarndaib, 7736 - 7 . techt sech neachdar in dā roth .i. fonno īarnae in charbait, TBC² 701. indnae .i. in tinde .i. iarndae foraib, O'Mulc. 737.

íarndoe, íarroe

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Forms: iarróe, iarndoe, iarnu

n n s. iarróe, Thes. ii 354.9 ( Hy. vii Pref. ). iarndoe, Trip.² 519. iarnu, Auraic. 5842.

a fawn, a young deer: iarndoe .i. fiadh beag óg, Eg. Gl. 403. O'Cl. iarndoe .i. ag déidenach, Arch. iii 16.7 . atchessa ... comtis aige alta ocus iarróe ina ndiaid, Thes. ii 354.9 . ocht n-aige altai ... ┐ i.¤ inna ndegaid `.uiii. ceruos cum hynulo,' Trip.² 519. os-ogam .i. dam ar aicme beithi, elit ar aicme h, iarnu ar aicme m, laeg ar aicme ailme `fawn for group M,' Auraic. 5842.

íarnduba, íarnduibe

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[n , f.] after-grief, regret: trí hiarn duba: fer tochmairc, fer gaite meirle, fer hic aisnéis, Triads 141. tecra air[se]na iarnduba (v.l. iardubha): comar, cocless, clemnas, 125 . tri failti co n-iarduibe, BB 66a6 = go n-iarnduibhe, Triads p. 39. 140 .

íarnéis

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n (? 1 éis, RIA Dictionary, Fasc. II) a rear-guard?: d'fhágbhail a charad ... i n-iarnéis in ármuighi d'a éis (tr. `to leave his friend behind in the slaughter'), MR 318.17 .