ichtach

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adj o, ā (1 icht) kind, merciful, element: do Críst cona muintir caem-ichtaig, ZCP iii 223 § 3 n. 2 . d'éag an umh- lacht ionnraic, iochtach, G. O'Donohoe 5. bláthscoth na bhfréamh an fionn fíriochtach, Hackett xlvii 19.

íchtar

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Forms: iachtair, n-íchtar, ichtar

n o,n., later m. the lower part, the bottom, the further- most part: í.¤ .i. ic-tīr .i. ic talmain, Corm. Y 779. in pars benar a hichtur ind lithe `the particle that is cut off from the bottom of the half ..., Thes. ii 254.3 (Stowe M.). i n-ichtur aetheris ┐ i n-ochtur aeris `in the lower part aetheris ...,' 22.38 (Bcr.). ni dechaid in cloch a n-i.¤ the stone did not sink, Trip. ii 448.1 . i n-í.¤ in mórlocha, Fél.² lxii § 9 . co tarla indní bai ina hi.¤ co mboi for a hoachtar (of a cave), Anecd. ii 57.16 . uma a ichtur ┐ iarnd a uachtur, Laws v 412.31 Comm. cinnas boí thís a híchtur ł a huachtur túas (of a pillar in the sea), LU 1927. ro gabastár a úathroic ... fria fri móeth-ichtur a medóin (of the body), 6421 . lassar dermár ... Dub a íchtur. Derg a medón ┐ a uachtor, 2147 . leagar lib-si earra ocus ichtara bar n-eirriud `the skirts of your clothing,' MR 176.y . í.¤ remur in tṡlinnéin `the fat underside of the shoulder,' Met. Dinds. i 26.176 . fial in tempuil ... ota a uachtar co a hí.¤ , PH 3365. co mbaidhedh an long ... a n-í.¤ an aigein, St. Ercuil 1431. i nn-ichtur in carbaid, TTebe 2363 . eoin íochtair na fairrge the further- most parts of the sea?, DDána 98 § 3. a n-í.¤ na huama `in the bottom of the cave,' St. Ercuil 2024.

Attrib. gen. lower, hinder: indeoin, ... .i. in cloch iachtair `the lower stone,' Laws 1 140.18 Comm. a athbro ichtair, IT iii 91.13 . co ngergoibfiaclaib ichtair, 102.3 .

íar (later ar) n-íchtar below, at the bottom: stíall ar chapur hé íar n-íchtur ┐ tugi slinded íar n-úachtur, LU 10122. gus in cris coidligi catha ar n-i.¤ , MR 300.2 . trí troighthi ina lethet iar nuachtar ... ┐ troigh iar n-i.¤ (of a fence), Laws iv 76.9 Comm. iascc ... iaidsidhe o a n-imlindaibh ier n-iochtair (of mermaids), Leb. Gab. 204.24 . co leictis dib sis ... co grian ┐ go ganem nglasruad ar n-i.¤ , TTebe 1967 . as íchtar from below: rabadar drem dib 'ca togail ┐ 'ca tollad asa hi.¤ , TTebe 4106 .

Used of a country or territory, the northern part: Clann Donnchada du teiched fa Culmail ┐ fo ichdur Tiri hOilella, Ann. Conn. 1388 § 2. i n-íochtar Laighean `in North Leinster,' Ir. Review 1912, 378 § 8 . Frequent in place names, see Onom. ichtar used for ` north ,' ITS xiv diagram facing p. 94 and passim.

Compds. a n-ichtardescerdach `the right lower (particle),' Thes. ii 255.11 (Stowe M.). a n-ichtarthuaiscerdach `the left lower (particle),' 10 .

íchtarach

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Forms: ichtarchu

adj o, ā (íchtar) lower, lowest, low, below: forsin testi- min ní.¤ `on the text below,' Ml. 47c5 . i nglennaib ... ichtar- aig ifirn, IT i 191.29 . coica cubat ... isin taibled i.¤ , SR 2450. for brú Banna iochtaraicche `of the lower Bann,' Gorm. Jan. 22 n. 4 . findruine for ind leith i.¤ , TBC p. 766 n. i . in t-inne iachtarach (gl. líén) `the lower gut,' Ir. Gl. 1013. isin treibh n-īchtaraigh (i.e. hell), ZCP viii 212 § 62. isin dorchatu i.¤ , PH 7759. cúich aittrebus isin tabernacul íchtaraig, 8084 . go grinneall an ionaid íochtraigh, Keat. Poems 684. co nuic an ponc medonac i.¤ fo talamh `to the central lower point beneath the earth,' ITS xiv 76.z . uisgeadha an luig íochtaruigh, Is. xxii 9. Compar. ind ichtarchu gl. inferius, Ml. 24d30 .

As subst. o, m. the lower (one): tacmaicead a fés in t-ich- tarach co rrici a glúin, BDD² 540. girru cach n-ūachtarach lais, ocus libru cach n-ī.¤ (of garments), Aisl. MC 43.24 .

Fig., oppd. to úachtarach and úasal: of status, character, inferior, low, lowest: ótha in fer iachtarach in geilfine co roige in fer úachtarach `from the lowest man of the geilfine division ..., Laws iv 258.22 Comm. uasal i fre[s]cisin na suthaine, í.¤ isin dérchóiniud `noble in the hope of eternity, low in despair,' PH 3999. ar na rannaib íochtaracha, mar atáid ... na cúig céadfadha corpardha, TSh. 3349.

íchtarán

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n o, m. (íchtar) an inferior, a subordinate, a subject: idir cheann ┐ chois .i. idir uachtarán ┐ íochtarán, TSh. 82. do lorgaireacht ghníomh a lochta leanamhna ┐ a íochtarán féin, 7326 . is mar sin dlighthear do na híochtaránaibh bheith da ríoghaibh, tré mar is lé slait córa is ceirt stiúras na híochtaráin he directs his subjects, Keat. iii 147 - 8 . eugcóir do dheunamh ... air íochtaránaibh on inferiors, Donlevy 182.6 .

ichtmar

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Forms: iochd- mhar

adj o, ā (1 icht) kind, clement, merciful: lé rugadh an Righ Neamhdha | an Ógh íchtmhar, Misc. Celt. Soc. 348.18 . budh fear dhamhsa an t-óg iochtmhar `the compassionate warrior,' TD 1 § 30. Clár Teamhrach ... do bhuain do ṡíol iochtmhar Airt `from A.'s generous line,' 8 § 21 . iochd- mhar ` merciful, clement ,' O'R.

1 id

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Forms: idh, id, id, id, edha, eda, idi, hidi, ige, hidhe, idai, n-idi, idhe, hidhe, idheadh, n-egh, n-edh, id, idh

n i,m. , later f. (see Bidrag 45.10 ) n s. in idh , O'C. 518 (< H 3. 18, p. 261a ). id iarnaidi, TBC 1229. int id , TBC² 262. ind id , 259 . g s. edha, Laws v 188 n. 3 . inn eda , TBC 565. ind idi (St. na hidi ), TBC 580. ige, KMMisc. 168 § 8. na hidhe , Keat. ii 3660. n p. ? na idai , ZCP viii 103.y . a n-idi , TBC 3825. idhe, IGT Decl. ex. 1295. a p. na hidhe , RC xix 272 § 195. g p. idheadh, DDána 106 § 36. go n-ilmhét n-egh , Rel. Celt. ii 232.11 . na n-edh , 226.3 . n du. in da id , Laws v 484.18 Comm. See idh, IGT Decl. § 14.8 .

(a) a hoop-shaped object, a withe (bound around some object): tópacht ... cétbunni darach ... ┐ doringni i.¤ de ... ┐ tuc in n-i.¤ im chael in chorthe, TBC 563 - 5 . cid frisifarcbad int i.¤ , TBC² 262. in n-ogum bōi isinn ith, 252 . gabsat oc fegad ind idi barbarda, TBC 580. in da i.¤ ┐ in leithri `the two withes,' Laws v 484.18 Comm. (gl.: bir-crand treige n-urcomail, 482.28 ). Of the withe put round an anvil when distraining on a smith: darin n-i.¤ im indeoin, O'C. 518 (< H 3. 18, p. 261a ), cf. gat im indeoin, Laws ii 118.22 Comm. idh lúptha um cengal céchta, IGT Decl. ex. 959.

(b) a fetter, a chain, a spancel: an idh im cois in crochaire, Laws v 188.23 Comm. um dunta edha im cois in cimeda, ib. n. 3 . risin i.¤ luim, risin slabrad, i 106.20 Comm. firend .i. id bis im c[h]olpa niad, Corm. Y 586. i.¤ iarnaidi na thim- chiull ┐ i.¤ niachais éside, TBC 1229. slabrad imo braigid ┐ i.¤ tre na slabraidi tria coirthi toll, BB 134b41 . i slabhradh nó i n-idh iaruinn, TD 9 § 24. gan bheith san idh ní háil liom `my wish is to be in bonds,' Dán Dé ix 2. idh geimhle cháigh do choimhdhe `the chain of the world's salvation,' Aithd.D. 64 § 32. idh cháol chimidh, IGT Decl. ex. 1330. na hidhe iaruinn dobhí asan droichid `the chains of iron,' RC xix 272 § 195. idh do cheir fa eitibh eóin, Rel. Celt. ii 228.32 . Of horses: ro maidset a n-idi ┐ a n-erchomail (here id by itself seems=id fata, see below), TBC 3825. ? i.¤ ara ḟastas cech ech | a ellma as dech do cech rath, Ériu ix 47 § 18. ? cuma leis [in] eich na idai immbi [┐ in] c[h]onair forsa tēit (? sic leg.), ZCP viii 103.y .

id erchomail a spancel, a shackle between the forefeet: atnaig F. id n-erchomail tria a di pherid, LU 5697. asso ... i[n]d i.¤ n-irchomail duit i nduais t'airchetail, Anecd. i 8.14 . idh urchumail gl. trica, Ir. Gl. 279. i.¤ ercomail. quia eq[u]us in eo it .i. imthét, O'Mulc. 702. buiseom oc snim irchomail fo Grip .i. gabar Diarmada. Beir lat indn idh sea, Anecd. i 8.13 .

id fata the long spancel (i.e. hindfoot to forefoot) (Plummer MS. notes): i.¤ [ḟ]ata (sic leg.) (v.l. idh fata) aurslaicthi a ech, TBC 2539.

(c) a collar: a n-aimsir Ḟearadhaigh robói an idh Mhor- ainn, Cóir Anm. § 107. cosmhail barr a ghlaice gile | ré tarr slaite ige úaid `the thick part of the hoop of a torque (?),' KMMisc. 168 § 8. ar dhealgain a ghúalann gile | dear- gaidh búabhall idhe (v.l. ighe) óir a golden trumpet- shaped torque, IGT Decl. ex. 306. an iodh Morainn; agus do ba do bhuadhaibh na hidhe-se cibé do chuirfeadh fá na bhrághaid í ..., Keat. ii 3659 - 60 . ? To this: focheirded i.¤ n-óir immi, Met. Dinds. iii 104.22 .

(d) a ring: do lámh gan idh órdaighthe | is céad fáinne fád bhráighid, Dánta Gr.² 13.15 . iodh óir ... an tan do bhiadh a mhac chomh arrachta is go líonfadh a mhéar an iodh, Keat. ii 3382.

ringlet, curl: ciabh ... go n-ilmhét n-egh, Rel. Celt. ii 232.11 . folt i n-a óir-idhibh air, DDána 67 § 27. ar gach n-iodh d'idhibh a chúil, Studies 1941, 125 § 36 .

? To this: idh .i. foilghi no cumdach, Ériu xiii 80 § 277.

2 id

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x in id ón, see 1 ed viii, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

3 id

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inf. pron. s. 3 n., see Thurn. Gramm. § 415 seq . Sommer, ZCP i 198 - 9 . Strachan, Ériu i 171.

4 id

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inf. pron. s. 3 m., see references above under 3 id.

1 íd

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n (Lat. īdus) ides: for íd estecht Eutaicc `on the ides was the departure of E.,' Fél. Nov. 13. nóna ocus ída (nonae ┐ idae, v.l.) | réim calne co fíri, ib. Prol. 305. i prid Id Augu[i]st, AU ii 74.23 . o sechtmad Id Enair, PH 5001. for quart-id a comdal `their convention is on the fourth of the ides,' Gorm. Nov. 10. fétar callanna ┐ nóneanna ┐ ídinda an gach uile mí ... d'faghbail, O'Gr. Cat. 297.3. [cá méd nó]in ┐ cá méd níd ... atá [an gach] naen mís, 11 . is é méid d'idannaibh bís an gach mí .i. ocht nidanna (MS. ndidanna), 252.18 - 19 .

? 2 íd ?:

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adj fri gnim n-aircc n-í.¤ (: Dauīd), SR 6603. id ` good, just, honest ,' O'R.