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 .

Íarngúalae

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x see 2 góla.

íarnóin

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Forms: iarnóna, hiarnóin, iarnóin

n [f.] g s. iarnóna, Buile Ṡ. 68.y . a s. co hiarnóin , Met. Dinds. iv 40.16 . d s. iarnóin, SG 327.9 .

late afternoon, evening: rigim re trath iarnóna | co Beinn Ghulbain ghuirt, Buile Ṡ. 68.y . co n-ebailt i n-i.¤ dia Sat- arnn, SG 327.9 . ó thráth éirge co hi.¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 40.16 . tucus cend Fiadmoir, fír dam | isin n-iarnoin ar n-imscar Acall. 6519. a ṡoluis oidhche um i.¤ `thou light of even before dark,' TD 33 § 4. um íarnóna, IGT Decl. ex. 1472. re hucht n-iarnóna, DDána 39 § 27. See 1 nóin.

íarom

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x see íarum.

íarra

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x see íarar.

íarracht

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n [f.]

(a) an attempt, an attempt to reach: a chobhlach go Colchis ní shínfeadh | d'i.¤ ... ar lomradh óir, Keat. Poems 871. tugas i.¤ ar Ṡliabh gCláire, 429 . ba thapa an i.¤ ag Conán `quick was the blow made by Conan,' Oss. iv 148.18 . cloidheamh ... nach bhfágfadh fuigheall buille iná béime don cheud iarrachd, iii 90.21 . a Dhia is fonn liom ... i.¤ dóthchais do thabhairt ort `I would fain try to place my hope on Thee' (Plummer MS notes), 248.x . do bheurfainn i.¤ air go mear `I would try to give him speedy succour,' 232.z. go raibh a n-iaracht ar an bhFéinn that they were making for the Fianna, iv 82.z .

(b) a portion, an amount: cuir chugam iarracht ... aráin `send me a succour of bread,' Oss. iii 250.4 . See Dinneen.

1 íarraid

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Forms: íarraidh, iarrad, n-iarraid, iarrta, íarrata, íaruta, híarrata, íarradha, iarraidh, ierradh, iarraigh, iarra, iarraighe

n i, f. Used as vn. of 2 íarraid. n s. íarraidh, IGT Decl. § 149.7 . a s. iarrad, Laws i 284.12 Comm. ri cach n-iarraid , TTr. 171. g s. iarrta, Laws i 234.13 Comm. íarrata, CCath. 2159. íaruta, IGT Decl. ex. 243. na híarrata , § 149.7 . íarradha, ex. 1969 . d s. d'iarraidh , IT i 129.13 . d'ierradh , TBC p. 143 n. 14 . d'iarraigh , Ériu iii 152.33 . ac iarra , Laws i 154.13 Comm. d'iarraighe , Misc. Celt. Soc. 412.13 .

(a) act of seeking, seeking (to get), searching, examining: ro chuirestair E. eclacha ... fo hErinn d'iarraidh a mnae, IT i 129.13 . rainic A. 'san dunagh (=dúnad) robí d'iaraigh `which he was in quest of,' Ériu iii 168.19 . dul da n-i.¤ to go in quest of them, Laws i 66.7 Comm. cia forsa taid d'iarraid? whom are ye seeking?, PH 3103. ic i.¤ a ṡelga tracking his game, TTr. 364. bái oc i.¤ na borama ┐ nis fuair, LL 296a45 . ata sunn trenfer ... ag iaraidh comhlainn, CF 195. cairde do lēcud dō fri hiaraidh in scēoil sin in order to search for that tale, Arch. iii 4.16 . ag íarraidh (v.l. íaruidh) bhric do bhí sin, IGT Decl. ex. 2025. oc i.¤ gu-forgill i n-agaid Ísu `seeking false witness against Jesus,' PH 3143. d'iarraidh ealadhan `to study his art,' TD 3 § 8. tug amus d'iarraidh milse na meala, TSh. 584. aithreach dhamh nach dearna mé | toil Íosa d'iarraidh sláinte, Dán Dé xiii 6. doluid ... for i.¤ usci in search of , RC xxiv 198.9 . beitit flaithe ... for iarraidh na hoirgne, Anecd. ii 50.5 . dia thúr ┐ dia i.¤ o lamaib `to probe and to investigate it with his hands,' PH 6775. ic iarraidh gach raeta examining everything?, Laws i 36.8 Comm. act of seeking in marriage : mor fer ro boí com i.¤ , LU 3937. mh'ingen-sa d'iarraidh, ML² 586.

(b) act of demanding, asking ; a seeking, an asking, a search: ise sin atusa d'ierradh fort TBC p. 143 n. 14 . boi oc i.¤ dilguid fair, PH 2323. ná fágbhadh fód gan iarraidh, Aithd. D. 16 § 18. d'iarraidh fuaslaicthe do Ruaidhri ... ara athair to demand of his father the release of R., RC xviii 162.18 . nirbo maisi les ... gan a aincridi do i.¤ for Grecaib `not to demand of the Greeks [redress for] his wrong,' Aen. 27. ro-bás oc i.¤ forru co ndernatís idpurtu it was being demanded of them ..., PH 2342. ag iarraidh na hionnsaighthi `calling for the charge,' O'Gr. Cat. 346.23. gan a iarraidh ar nech aile `without having to ask them of any other person,' Laws i 80.10 Comm. ferr fairi (leg. aire, Ed.) inā i.¤ , ZCP vi 261.1 . dot iarraidh `at Thy command,' Studies 1931, 662 § 21 . ó na fuairsiot an ní for a ttardsat iarraidh, FM vi 2214.13 . mó as lag an iarraidh garma `weaker still as a claim to title,' Content. v 105. re iarrata na feicheman i crich `the period for seeking defendants in a territory,' Laws i 80.22 Comm. gen espad .i. iarrad, 284.12 Comm. mana fogra co tora a iaraidh ┐ co roich i.¤ `if he has not proclaimed it until it is searched for; and the search has come to him,' v 324.4 Comm. can comus a n-iarrata d'á n-aindeoin `there is no power to ask them against their will,' Hy Maine 66.4 . cach ní ... ba adlaic ri cach n-i.¤ for every requirement, TTr. 171. foirni íarradha eallaigh companies seeking for cattle, IGT Decl. ex. 1969. fear tuir ┐ iarruta na screptra naeime `a man who searched and scrutinised Holy Scripture,' Ériu v 20.2 .

ar iarraid sought for, missing, astray : re re teora n-aidhchi ar iarraigh, Laws v 324.9 Comm. gurab ed sin ruc tain amugha ┐ ar iaraidh in fad ro boi, TBC p. 197 n. 4 . ma fuair boin nó each ar iarraidh, KMMisc. 174 § 34. damh ó elbaidh ar íarraidh a stag missing from the herd, IGT Decl. ex. 339. tú Ó Duibhne ... | tú do bhí ar iarraidh ó Ḟionn, Aithd. D. 8 § 39.

(c) the subject of a search, something sought for, something difficult to obtain : fuarais t'iarraidh `thou hast thy request,' O'Gr. Cat. 357.1. co mba hiaraid iat fein arin ndith ragus forro ind so that they will be to seek (i.e. there will be no trace of them) through the annihilation that will overtake them, RC xliii 68 § 67. cu mba hiaraidh en bho i Finnib ┐ Luaidnib that one will have to look to find a single cow, 10 § 3. a shíoth nach iarraidh d'fhagháil `O pardon not hard to get,' PBocht 23 § 45.

(d) an attempt, a trial ; an attack : dobhered ierraidh meinic ar a himfholach `he often endeavoured to conceal it,' Fl. Earls 62.28 . ní fhuil éiniarraidh nar chuir `he left nought untried,' Aithd. D. 65 § 37. 'mun iarroidh sin do thabairt ar in reclés `for attacking the church,' Fl. Earls 50.20 . marbhtar naonbhar ... don iarraidh si `in this onslaught,' FM iii 410.z . tug iarraidh ar Albanchoibh, L.Cl.A.Buidhe, 159.182 . ní thugsad iarraidh dh'Éirinn, 97.106 .

2 íarraid

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Forms: iarri, iarai, íarrair, ierras, n-iarrthar, n-íarthair, n-iarrair, iairrmid, ierroit, iartur, íarr, iarra-su, iarrtha, iarrthar

v ā (íarar) indic. pres. s. 2 iarri, Aen. 1653. iarai, RC xliii 22 § 21. má íarrair , Prov. ii 4. rel. ierras, TBC p. 229 n. 1 . pass. fá n-iarrthar , TSh. 6123. le n-íarthair , IGT Decl. ex. 912. fá n-iarrair , Dán Dé xix 22. pl. 1 ni iairrmid , Luc. Fid. 197.6 . pl. 3 ierroit, Fl. Earls 12.2 . pass. iartur, Rosa Ang. 126.19 . ipv. s. 2 íarr, Mark vi 22. pres. subj. (jussive) s. 2 iarra-su, TBC 495. Arch. Hib. ii 95 § 36. verb. necess. iarrtha, Content. v 160. Dánta Gr. 63.36 . See íarartha.

(a) asks for, demands, summons, seeks (to get), searches for, attempts : ni ascid anacail ... iarraim-se fort `nicht eine Bitte um Gnade ist, was ich von dir verlange,' TBC 2309. iarfat-sa sossad catha forthu-sum, CRR § 11. iarfus céili a n-Esbāin, ML² 528. iarra-su nech n-aill `suche du Jemand Anderes,' TBC 495. ? nam iarrair (gl. .i. nan tiagar) cosin nalaide cúlaid, LU 5500. seachnam Ifreann iarram neamh `let us avoid Hell and seek Heaven,' A. Ó Dálaigh xliv 8. iarr tuille air sin `seek more on that subject,' Laws iv 268.5 . do iarr ar Coinculainn liaigh da leghios, TBC p. 607 n. 1 . dobertar dib inní iarthai, Fél. 204.9 . sídh Eirionnaigh ní híarthuir `peace is sought with no Irishman,' Studies 1919, 258 § 18 . créad fá n-iarrthar libh an bhréag ? `quid ... quaeritis mendacium,' TSh. 604. ní iarrann uaigneas he does not seek solitude, Keat. Poems 1454. mairg iarrus iomlaoid cáinte `that seeks bandying of abuse,' O'Gr. Car. 462 § 106. na gaoi lé n-iarrthaoi mh'amos `with which you would attack me,' Content. viii 18. do iarr in t-ēiges cairdi trī lā, `asked three days' grace', ML² 299. rainn chomh- throm ní hiarrtha d'fhior | idir shóisear is shinnsear `no one could expect an equal division ...,' Content. v 160. ná hiarrthar ar n-urraim-ne `ask not submission from us,' ix 4 . roiaradur na techta leo é acenn in rígh asked him to come with them ..., ZCP vi 278.26 . do iarr Dā Drona draī chuigi summoned D.D. to him, ML² 493. is e luach roiar[r]ustar in saer ar denumh in curuigh `which the wright asked,' RC xiv 38.6 . íarraid co demands of : iarraidh Cairbre chucha a n-enech nó a n-anam `C. demands of them their honour or their lives,' Geneal. Tracts i 104.20 . iarraid re = (fri) asks of : ro iaradar na fomoraigh comosadh na haidhchi sin re hErcuil `asked H. for a truce for that night,' St. Ercuil 1875. Passive followed by ō of the person asking : ní maoin oile iarrthar uaidh he asks no other treasure, DDána 13 § 4. níor hiarradh troid uatha ar ḟear they demanded combat of no man, Content. xxviii 53.

(b) searches : iarrais an uile dhomhan `searched the whole world,' TD 20 § 40.

(c) needs, requires : iarraidh sé do réir nádúire bheith críochnuighthe uair éigin `must needs be ended,' TSh. 3154. iartur moran cum leighis na cuisi so `much is needed,' Rosa Ang. 138.19 . creud é an ní hiarrthar chum an bhais- didh do dheunamh ? `what is requisite for,' Donlevy 230.6 . ni hiarrthar ionnsdrumaint dochum a déunta, Parrth. Anma 62.5 . na boill ele iartur cum in cuirp do beith co maith `that are required,' Rosa Ang. 126.19 .