ídlach

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adj o, ā (ídal) idolatrous, heathen: tria thuaith idlaig .i. ... tría thuaith na n-ídal, LU 1070 (ACC). Dungalach dal- guinech dorar ard-i.¤ , LL 38a51 . no ḟuair aidid idlaig and (: dīglaig), 33a10 = oidhidh n-idhnaigh, BB 56b24 .

Compd. ¤irisech believing in idols, idol-worshipping: básúgh gach slóigh ... idlach-irrisech (? leg. ídal-irisech), ancreitmech, O'D. 712 (< H 3. 17, col. 520 ). = slogh ... hirasach ancreitmech, O'C. 1765 (< 23 Q 6, p. 36a ).

ídlacht

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n ā, f. (ídal) idolatry, heathenism: fri sáibrechtu heretecdae | fri himchellacht n-idlachtae (n-idlachta, v.l.), Thes. ii 357.7 (Patrick's Hy.). noco n-i.¤ dognith, LU 999 (ACC). cend ídlachta ┐ druídechta na Héirenn, Trip.² 431. ān breō, brāth n-īdlachta, Arch. iii 218 § 7. fria hain- creidiumh ┐ i.¤ , Lism.L. xxiii.z . conbebha ind īdhlacht, ZCP x 343.26 .

In concrete sense, an object of idolatrous worship: nī adra do hīdlachtaib, Arch. iii 312 § 3.

idlaicid

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x see ind-anich.

ídlaide

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adj io, iā, (ídal)

(a) heathen, pertaining to idols: tri réilce i.¤ , LU 2875. dam órda ingantach hi.¤ do chruthughad, LB 120a17 . is díobh ghairmthear ... altóire iodhluidhe (of dolmens), Keat. ii 5430.

(b) engraved or adorned with images (of heathen deities) ? : re arm n-íarnaighi n-idlaighe, IT iii 104 § 205. ri snám semidi sithard na n-onchon n-idlaidi n-ingantach `imageful, wondrous banners,' TTr. 1663. abrut ídlaidi ídaldathach, 1558 .

ídlaidecht

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[n ā, f.] engraved images (of deities) : caecca imdai di ór ... co rindaigecht ┐ i.¤ ┐ delbaib ecsamlaib, BB 443b5 .

1 idlann, idlang

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Forms: idhlann

n f. Later m. and f. idhlann, IGT Decl. § 11.27 and § 12.3 .

(a) a leap, a bound: iodhlann .i. lingeamhain no léim, O'Cl. dobeired idhlanga mora i n-airde, CCath. 3587. tuccastair idlaing (v.l. idlaincc) curadh de `a hero's leap,' 3607 . ? Eochaidh cen fealbais n-iodlann (glossed : Ua Floinn ar na lingedh droichfios), Leb. Gab. 162.1 .

(b) a rush, onset, charge: is dian a iodhlann fhoghla `swift in furious foray,' Aithd.D. 21 § 6. ni rairéidh a iodh- lann áigh, Rel. Celt. ii 224.27 .

(c) an outburst (of anger) : mo chin d'adhnadh m'iodhlann- sa `welcome to the kindling of my outburst,' Studies 1921, 589 § 4 . a hinmoilli do mheall mé | a cend idhlainde t' ḟeirgi, IGT Decl. ex. 498.

(d) Of natural phenomena,

(i) a blast (of wind) : ruibnedha recht-mōra na remaridhland 'gā righi tar crislaigib com- f[h]airsinga na cisel, ML² 671. iráoch na n-iodhlann n-earrchamhail, Studies 1921, 418 § 7 .

(ii) a burst (of sun- light) : fearthain ionmhall ... | re taoibh iodhlann ngeal don ghréin `mingling with the sun's bright shafts,' Aithd.D. 5 § 20.

(e) a pang ? : cás oile dá iodhlannaibh `this was another of His pains,' Aithd.D. 78 § 14.

? To this : ┐ idlaing (v.l. indluing) | gan ingreim, IT iii 76 § 40. Cf. idla.

2 idlann

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adj. : ? mad am-elcmar bidh am-idland, mad am-idland bidh am-inrig, O'C. 1300 (< H 3. 18, p. 539b ).

idlannach

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adj o, ā (1 idlann) passionate, turbulent: do mhusgail menma chorrach | go rún n-udmhall n-íodhlannach, ZCP ii 359.1 . an liric loinneach | eanghach éadtrochd iogh- lannach `the gladsome lyre, loud, brilliant, passionate,' Studies 1923, 598 § 9 . deacair snámh an anfaidh iodh- lannaigh, DDána 83 § 2.

idluisne

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n a rush-light ? : idluisne .i. itarmna [leg. itharnna ? candela ex junco facta], Goid. 78 § 209. ? Compd. of 1 id.

idn

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inf. pron. s. 3 m. See Thurn. Gramm. § 415 , § 418 , Sommer, ZCP i 198 - 9 , Strachan, Ériu i 171.

1 idna, indna

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Forms: n-indna, idnaid, n-iodhnadha

n io, m. (See Pokorny, ZCP xvii 305 ). (? Orig. n. : etir da n-indna , TTr.² 1462 ). Later with dental inflec- tion : a s. idnaid, TTr. 1446. 592 . n p. a n-iodhnadha , FM iv 1214.16 .

(a) a spear, a weapon, generally in pl. weapons, spears: a idhna .i. a ghai, Cóir Anm. 121. iodhna .i. sleagha no arm, O'Cl. croithfes indnu for Tailtin, ZCP xii 236.10 . bruid idnu buden mbáeth, LU 3631. ní hidna nethis nemt[h]egar, Corm. Y 974. tuaslugad co n-idna `relieving with arms,' Laws v 486.21 . Críst lem fri cech sōet[h] | ar idnaibh, ar ūath, Arch. iii 6 § 7. gabail in dairthige ... co cath ┐ indnu, AU i 336.11 . Aed robíth ... fo indnu áith, Met. Dinds. iv 94.15 . cur crithnaig a idna aig ┐ irgaili Eriu uile, Ann. Conn. 1315 § 2. dober A. idna catha dia athair takes up arms against ?, ZCP xiii 178.1 . a mbiat faebra fri faebra | ocus indna fri hindna, SG 398.11 . an tan batar a n-iodhnadha áigh urlamh ... aca, FM iv 1214.16 .

(b) banner (?), standard (?), a sign: co n-ócaib dubartacha ... co n-idna ruad lassamain `Standarte,' TBC 5325. atchon- darcsa and idnaid immaird `a lofty banner,' TTr. 1446. idnaid catha, 592 . torcaib idna catha rempi `erhob vor sich das Schlachtbanner,' IT iii 514.725 (Tochm. Ferbe). idhna .i. comartha, O'C. 1474 (< H 3. 18, p. 653 ). airrdhena ocus ídhna aimsigthi Conain isin comrac sin, MR 270.1 . iodhna deiridh an domhnáin, Dán Dé xvii 15.

(c) a point, an end: gia ra thiasmáis i ndib carptib ánd itte co araile iar n-idnaib na n-arm, TBC 5864. a fann- bratach, ic imluad ... ar idnaib a n-árdchraísech, MR 184.9 . ? Of the edge of the sea : aill erfind for idna réin, Im. Brain § 22. See also Van Hamel, Immrama p. 12 and p. 115 n. . d'idnaib in consequence of: is d'idnaib na himgabala sin ..., MR 314.28 .

(d) a battalion, a battle line: ro suidigthe tra na da indna do chechtar na da lethe ... Lugaid ... i n-airinuch indala indna, ... Art ... i n-airinuch in chatha aile, RC xiii 456 § 49. condrecat ... cach cona ṡochraite, co mbatar na da idna aigid i n-agid, 440 § 10. etir dá n-indna na cath `between the two ends (?) of the battalions,' TTr.² 1462. ? To this : bríg a fían fri indna ngorm `against the dark-blue battle array,' Hail Brigit § 8.