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.

ícc

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Forms: hícc, íc, t-íc, t-íc, íc, n-ícce-si, íce, ícca, ícci, hícc, íc

n ā, f. vn. of íccaid. n s. ind hícc , Wb. 14b18 . íc, Ml. 72d1 . (cf. in t-íc , MR 130.6 . an t-íc , CF 922 ). a s. íc, Ml. 35c20 . g s. far n-ícce-si , Wb. 7c12 . inna íce , Ml. 50c11 . ícca, Laws i 98.1 Comm. na ícci , Lat. Lives 53.11 . d s. do hícc , Wb. 4a10 . dia íc , Ml. 48d28 .

I

(a) act of paying (for) ; payment, compensation, requital, atonement : followed by RE or DO of the person to whom the payment is made, the cause of the compensation being expressed by the genitive dependent on the vn., or by the dat. governed by the prep. I : do hícc inna fíach, Wb. 4a10 . uidhe ice in fira the periods for making good a pledge, O'C. 333 (< H 3. 18, p. 183 ). conad edh do niat a .vii. cumala do hic re flaith, ┐ a secht mbliadhna peinne do híc re eclais, O'C. 2541 (< Eg. 88, fo. 45b ). dligit íc is eneclann, Arch. iii 223.23 . fiach eloidthe d'ic riu, Laws i 88.6 Comm. i n-hicc int sáraigthe sin `in compensation for,' Fél.² lxxxvii 26 . is olc an t-íc dhamh thu annsna righaibh ... do thuit leat `thou art a bad compensation to me for ...,' CF 922. íc sa ḟinghail, ZCP iii 433.33 . na cairig i n-ic na glaisne, YBL 181a43 . Dia dha íoc ren anmuin, ALC ii 352.z . ba momor in t-íc aen uige, MR 130.6 . i n-íoc an pheacaidh, TSh. 1539. i n-íoc a saothair, PBocht 4 § 16. inti ica nach bid acmaing a ica, Cog. 50.12 . ic íc císa risan sobhdán, Maund. § 97. mar īoc a sligedh `to pay their way,' Fl. Earls 26.20 . a chrú is íoc im anḟolaidh, Aithd.D. 65 § 22. i n-íoc a ríoghtha `as compensation for not being crowned,' 28 § 16. íoc an chroinn `the atonement made on the Cross,' 98 § 5. bíd aige i n-íoc a dhaidhbhris in requital for his poverty, DDána 22 § 7. i moghsaine ┐ i mbochtacht, ag íoc uabhair ┐ aindlighidh ... a sinnsear, TSh. 5360. do- chítear iarlaoi fá íoc dhuit `tributary to thee,' Keat. Poems 915.

(b) act of enduring, suffering (pain or hardship with a view to making atonement) : gach gné oile phéine dhleaghair dhíobh d'íoc innte, TSh. 4004. na piana aimsiordha atá d'fhiachaibh oruinn d'íoc ansa tsaoghal-so, Donlevy 308.7 . breth aithrighi ... do cuirfedh an sagart ... ort ┐ a híc `if thou perform it,' BCC 222.37 .

(c) revenge, redress : aithi .i. íc, O'C. 2069 (< H 4. 22, p. 67b ). ceann ríogh i n-íoc a athar, Content. v 167. is rún liom íoc air `ich lechze nach Rache,' Mid. Court 998 ( ZCP v 230 ).

(d) salvation, redemption ; act of redeeming ; is fochunn ícce dúibsi foditiu na ningremmen, Wb. 23c6 . is and sin bieid íc du israhel, Ml. 72d1 . co crochfaidea he ar hí.¤ in cinedu doenna, PH 2366. nícon deine tú fén do í.¤ , 3337 .

II

(a) cure ; act of curing, healing : dia íc din galar hi robae, Ml. 48d28 . inna somailse inna íce `of the sweetness of the healing,' 50c11 . ícc ecesia ( ἄχεσις ) graece salus latine, Corm. Y 767. ic .i. leigius, Lec. Gl. 182 (M). th'í.¤ don chlaime, Lat. Lives 72.7 . sóera ainme, essóera ícce `ready to injure, never ready to heal,' Tec. Corm. § 16.30 . focheird ... lubi ícci ... i cnedaib ... Ch., TBC 2478. tancatar fiallach ícci ┐ legis da n-í.¤ ┐ da leiges, 3587 . ar luibh íce, ar n-órtha chodail, TD 25 § 7.

(b) solution (of a problem) : nī frīth ... ī.¤ na cesta sin, Arch. iii 3.21 . satisfying, satisfaction : híce do menmansu `in satisfying thy mind,' Ml. 2d13 .

Compds. ¤luib a healing herb, a remedy : íoc-luibh iomorra an mhiorr, TSh. 7684. íoc-luibhe borba do-bheir Dia dhóibh do shlánughadh a n-anmann, 8195 . galar gan íoc-luibh, Keat. Poems 1501. ¤ṡláinte a remedy, salve: do lossaib leighis ┐ ícṡlainti da chor í cnedaib, Acall. 5227. Of musk : suail nach icṡlainti eisiumh `it is almost a panacea (?),' Marco P. § 43. doghní an úir sin ic-ṡlainti da gach aen nos-toimliunn, § 173. íocshláinte fhóireas gach nimh, DDána 7 § 31. ¤ṡláintech remedial, healing: an Fhaoisidin oiríseal, iocshláinteach-so, Donlevy pref. xiii 24 . fios na n-earradh n-íoc-shláinteach, TSh. 2308.

1 íccaid

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v ā (ícc)

I

(a) pays: ma dudesta ní di bar n-iris íccfidir per ...,' `if aught be lacking ... it will be made goodper ...', Wb. 25a30 . co ro ica in flaith fiach na gu-breithe risin ceile, Laws v 178.16 Comm. íctair meich fris ocus ni hictar aithgin, iv 50.9 Comm. ica lan fiach re fine ┐ nocha n-icann ní re leba, O'C. 2553 (< Eg. 88, fo. 46c ). conríccatar a seuít frie `until its prices be paid to her,' Thes. ii 239.17 (Ardm.). is and sin icfas in Comdiu a chommaín féin fri cach nduni, LU 2286. is innossa ra ictha a ḟéich uile ... riss, TBC 2991. olc íocthar ar luagh leighis, DDána 48 § 1. aniugh d'íoc mé mo mhóide `this day have I paid my vows,' Prov. vii 14.

(b) Trans. atones for, requites, compensates for ; intrans. makes compensation: nitat pecthi collnidi híccatar and `it is not fleshly sins which are paid for there,' Wb. 4a8 . īcfa-sa in cinaid sin, Corm. Y 883.35 . ro-ica Dia d'ar ceand or nach icfamne may God requite it, Anecd. i 11.19 - 20 . in bali a m-bít hicca, isat cintach na hí íccait, Alex. 854. dofurcbat nad íccat, LU 8435 (FB). corrofaillsigthe dó an cruth noīcfaitis how they would be atoned for, ZCP iii 30.13 . ro íccus dom inchaib indiu `I have paid for my honour to-day,' RC iii 180.15 . atat araile dona pecthaib icthaid leth pennaiti colleth-arraib. Atat araile icthai arra co triun peinne `for which half-penances with half- arrea atone ... others which an arreum with one third of penances atones for ...,' RC xv 488 § 5. ni fetarsa cin damsa frit ┐ dia fesaind no icfaind cu humal an ní no millfind imat, D iv 2, fo. 74a27 . To the Cross : is tú ro-s-ícc peccad craind an imarbois, PH 2448. is ead is mó hicthar tria áine .i. etrad ┐ croes ..., 8388 . monuar ! ro ícsaim-ne `alas ! we have paid for it,' Misc. Celt. Soc. 158.z . gur íoc a bhás coir a chloinne, DDána 15 § 10. mar do íocuis gach cáil `how thou didst requite every quality,' TD 14 § 8.

(c) endures or suffers (in atonement) : nach ícfadh se an breth aithrighi `that he would not perform the penance,' ZCP xi 118.22 . chum ceirt Dé do shásughadh tréas na pianta íocfaid ann `by the torments they are to suffer there,' Donlevy 48.8 .

(d) avenges: fri Aedh ... i cath Droma righ ro hicadh `it was avenged by Aedh,' AU i 278.8 . ní fhágfad an cnoc so go bhráth | go n-íocfad bás Thailc mhic Treoin, Oss. iv 100.12 .

(e) íccaid (ní) avails, is of advantage: iccais ní doib in gudi sin, Irish Texts i 7 § 24 . ro ícc ní dissi immorro in cossait sin `howbeit this setting at loggerheads paid her somewhat,' ZCP iii 206.1 . Without ní : ní íca a luga[e] acht a llugu (MS. -a) ḟir (MS. fir) midboth(a), Críth Gabl. 68.

II

(a) heals, cures, mends: roícad iarum `he was healed afterwards,' Ml. 50d15 . nephḟrepthanaigthe .i. nephícthe (gl inmedicabilem), 76a17 . atait teora frither no-da-icad `three remedies which cure them,' Laws v 452.1 . indscuchad ainme na ro ictar departure due to a blemish that is not cured, 296.17 . hicsai Brig `B. cured him,' iv 16.1 . ícthair cnet cech cridi `the sigh of every heart is healed,' Fél. Prol. 228. dia ro hícad ... don galur, SR 7375. ícait, bethaigit, marbait (of herbs), 7280 . íctha a cendsi iarom combo slán, LU 6251. is me rot-ic (.i. rot-leghis), Arch. iii 10 § 11. rohícadh inn ogh ón Demon, Lat. Lives 75.6 . is ann frisa hicthar in dunibad do thidecht `for thereby the mortality is prevented (lit. cured) from coming,' RC xii 430 § 26. Cf. aatat (sic) a tri noda icat, dechmada ocus primiti ocus almsana, Laws i 50.27 . corob hícta on fodord `until he be cured of mur- muring,' Ériu vii 164.1 . gurbo calma coirp-shlemain cnedh- īctha Conn, ML² 1270. ro bhris an soitheach ... ros íoc made it whole, BNnÉ 185.7 . ? Of relieving thirst : maith ro nícad `gut wurde sie gestillt,' Snedgus u. MacR. § 4 .

(b) saves, redeems: ithé sidi immurgu beta hícthi, Wb. 3d29 . ar ni fil ceneel na belre isin biuth di nad rícthe nech `of which someone shall not have been saved,' 28b1 . ar huimli a menman is airi ícfaitir, Ml. 54a1 . íccfaid-side cách dia cintaib, PH 6475.

(c) solves, resolves: ícaid som didiu anisin a n-asmbeir ... `he solves that,' Ml. 55d11 . o ro íctha dóib trá a cesta, RC xxvi 10.11 . is é ro aiglestar in naenmhur ocus dobert aenaithesc dóib gonusícc na noe naithesca `that satisfied (i.e. answered and resolved) their nine discourses,' SG 75.17 . acht comblaistis ní dia thorud iraruis no ícfaitis a cesta, LL 166a42 .

? eprid in n-ícfa in fer sin i mbárach ícfa écin or Cu Chul- aind, LU 6041 - 2 .

2 íccaid

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Forms: íccaide, iocaidhe, iocaidhe

n i,m. , later íccaide (ícc)

(a) a healer, a person or thing that brings healing: Of the Félire : is íccid (v.ll. icce, íccaid) cech thedmae `'tis a healer of every disease,' Fél. Ep. 200. ícaid cach n-eōlach every learned man is a healer, Arch. iii 228.83 . See slán-íccaid s.v. slán.

(b) one that pays: do fágbhadh lá oibre sa ráithe ar gach íocaidhe `upon every contributor,' ML appx. 184.9 . iocaidhe `a tenant or farmer, an atoner, one that pays or makes amends ,' P. O'C. iocaidhe `a tenant, farmer, taxman ,' O'R.

íccaidecht

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Forms: íocaidhecht

[n ā, f.] (íccaid) payment: do leícc na braighde uadha .. gan fuasccladh (gan iocuidheacht, v.l.), BNnÉ 225.37 . íocaidhecht ` farming the renting or hiring of a farm or tenement, paying or atoning for anything ,' P. O'C.

ícce

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n a cure ? a remedy ? : senōir crāibdech ... ēirc-siu dó ┐ troisg aige ocus dogēba h'īcce ūada (to a childless woman), ZCP vii 307.z .

balm: ice, balm, Eg. Gl. 410. éiridh súas go Gilead agus glac íce, Jer. xlvi 11. mil agus ola agus íce, Ez. xxvii 17 . do chuir íce 's balsam am' chnéadha, Oss. iv 254.y .

? íce :

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Forms: i.

v i.¤ (v.l. ithce) mo dhearmad fada `look how long I've neglected ...,' Ó Bruad. iii 178.3 . `2 s. pres. subj. as ipv. of dochím,' Ed. ? = Lat. ecce.

ích

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x see 1 eó, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.