? ibne

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x see 1 and 2 uibne.

íbnes

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x see oíbnius.

iboire

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n ivory : iboiri loisce `burnt ivory,' Rosa Ang. 140.18 . snas cnaim í.¤ `ivory turnings,' 288.7 . See ebur and eboire.

1 ibrach

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adj o, ā (ibar)

I made of yew, abounding in yews : celd i.¤ ālaind hí `it is a beautiful church made of yew,' BColm. 8.25 . 'san tír ibraigh, ZCP iii 32.9 . ar ndol a nÉirinn íobhraigh, Dúan. Finn i 67.8 . im Gháiridhe nglain-iobh- raigh, Aithd. D. 16 § 30. ar ḟiadh ghoirm-iobhrach Gaoi- dheal `of dark yewtrees,' TD 7 § 46. fán gclár sídh mboig- iobhrach mbláth `... of swaying yews,' 21 § 31 .

II As subst. ā,f., a structure or article made of yew :

(a) a house of yew-wood (particularly of Colmán's cell) : in reclēs ar cúl na hibraighi (MS. hibraidhi) ar son na hibraige fēin rucad ūad ... ōtā in ibraig conici in croiss the cell behind the yew-house instead of the yew-house itself which had been taken from him ..., BColm. 18.28 - 29 . tictis ... cach laithe cosin Ibraig Colmāin meic Lūachāin .i. reclēs Colmán, 22.7 . an Iubrach (name of a house of the Mac Mahons in Oir- gialla), Gwynn Cat. 208.4 .

(b) Name of a boat : Fuillend gilla na hIbraige ┐ an Iubrach, IT ii2 125.84 . do deissidetar i nIbhrach (?leg. -aig) ┐ tangatar rompo ar fud mara ..., 127.139 . tainic roime co hairm i mbai in i.¤ ┐ luid ... co Dun Monaig, RC vi 184.25 . ? To this : uisci glaissi gleoraigi | féth snaissi fúam n-iubh- raige ?, Acall. 4566.

(c) a vessel of yew-wood : an iubhrach do bhí i n-uaigneas `the vessel which was in a secret place,' ITS x 154.207 . an iubhrac lígh-gheal do líonfainn, 154.200 . iubhrach `a wooden vessel,' O'Don. Suppl.

Dimin. : a iubhair, a iubhracháin (addressing a yew-tree), Buile Ṡ. 66.1 .

? 2 ibrach:

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ind tanic gérmenma géribrach (v.ll. gribach, aighriobhach) Conculaind do Ḟergus (Windisch suggests gér-ḟebrach, -ḟaebrach), TBC 498.

? 3 ibrach:

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x ibrach gl. intimus (Plummer, MS. notes, suggests some corruption in the Latin), Ir. Gl. 832. ? Same word as 2 ibrach.

ibraide

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adj io, iā, (ibar) made of yew, of the nature of yew-wood : maith a iubhar iubraidhe, Buile Ṡ. 70.19 . saigid a fidbaic i.¤ an arrow from a bow of yew, TTebe 2582 . sliasta accaelae i.¤ `hard as yew,' CCath. 4032. a bhel mna uidhre ibraidhe, IT iii 96.12 . ? romarb Cathnia congbaide | a aithgne ba hi.¤ `made of yew,' Met. Dinds. iv 320.14 .

ibránach

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Forms: iubránaig

adj o, ā surrounded by yews : na chill álainn iubránaig , SG 58.y .

ibróracht

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n ā, f. working in yew-wood, building in yew-wood : a branch of the Dán-Ogam : umaideacht, enaireacht, iascair- eacht no ibroracht `yew wood work,' Auraic. 5804. trí dána inanna aici .i. durthach ┐ muilind ┐ ibroracht, O'D. 1743 (< H 2. 16, col. 935 ). With mention of fee : se ba ar ibroracht ... ┐ .vi. ba ar muilleoracht `six cows for working in yew-wood ... six cows for mill building', Laws v 94.4 Comm. sai ibroracta .i. in tsai ac ata saidecht na hibrorachta, 104.14 Comm. saer muilind a cumut ; sai ibroracta a cumut `a builder of a mill, has the same (honour-price) ; one skilled in `ibroracht,' the same,' 104.11 .

ibthech

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Forms: ibhtheach

adj o, ā absorbent : inna ibthecha .i. it mathi inna ganema oc óul ind lenda gl. bibulae ... (arenae), Ml. 129d13 - 14 . ibhtheach ' drinking, quaffing, imbibing ', P. O'C.

ic

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x see oc.