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.

2 idna, indna

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n the name of a particular rank or dignity; a warrior of the highest of three grades ZCP xlii 46 : cislir toggarmanda techtaide miadleachta ... aire desa, aire fine, indna, anroth, O'C. 254 (< H 3. 18, p. 148 ). idhna .i. fer oca mbi sochraiti do macuib berar do, ocus do bratrib combi .xxx. uit gaisgedach, Laws iv 348.13 . idna andium- sach, 16 . (`? idna=Lat. idoneus of which Nettleship maintained the original meaning to be "able to beget," Plummer MS. Notes).

idnach, indnach

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Forms: iodhnach

adj o, ā (1 idna, indna) warlike, armed with weapons ; filled with troops in battle array: iodhnach .i. cathach no armach, O'Cl. a Emain i.¤ óebind, LL 21a6 . mac Glaiss Gamna glan-indnaig, 160a11 . truagh sin a Eiri iodhnac ` warlike ,' CS 188.1 . ? do ḟuair oídhídh n-idhnaigh and a violent death, BB 56b24 = idlaig, LL 33a10 . ro bris ... cath for Diarmaid ndúr n-ard n-i.¤ , LB 238(c)a21 . rochuirset cath | ir-rechtaib dam n-i.¤ n-ard, Met. Dinds. iii 326.22 . Áedh Fúaridhnach .i. fúar a idhna .i. a ghai, Cóir Anm. 121. iodhnach ` warlike, martial, valiant ,' O'R.

? idnacht

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n [o,]n. travail, labour in child-birth: 'san domnach ruc Muire in mac | Crīst co n-ellaib ar n-idnacht , Ériu iii 144 § 15 (there is probably a corruption here as the rhyme is bad). See ell.

idnacul

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Forms: n-idnacul, idnucul, idhlacadh, idnacul, idnocol, indlucud, indlacad, iodhlacadh, ínlacadh, aindlucadh, ídlacib

vn. of *ind-anich. The forms are very varied (cf. tindnacol) : n s. a n-idnacul , LU 10960. idnucul, Laws ii 298.9 . idhlacadh, TBC p. 229 n. 7 . d s. idnacul, LU 3190. idnocol, Anecd. i 9.9 . indlucud, Acall. 7259. indlacad, Laws v 30.5 Comm. iodhlacadh, ZCP viii 116 § 6. ínlacadh, RC xviii 175.3 . d'á aindlucadh , Celt. Rev. iv 26.19 .

(a) act of escorting, conveying: luid Condla gilla Cuind lei dia i.¤ to escort her, LU 3190. iarna idnocol-som o feraib Muman co mbui for Sleb Eachtge, Anecd. i 9.9 . biadh do cach is idhnacul | dom tellaig cen terca, ii 30.y . a ṡeoit d' i.¤ do dia thigh, Laws iii 154.24 Comm. nochon fuil turbaid do, acht a n-airet beas ac adhnacul ┐ ac idhnacul adhal- traighi `he has no respite but while he is burying or conveying (the corpse of) an adaltrach,' v 308.6 Comm. d'indlaccad tar in tuaith co direch, 30.13 Comm. adnaig idnacol forru sīar conlotar for Āth Lūain, TBC² 3642. a cuid do thidlacad (v.l. d'indlucud) o Themhraig dóib, Acall. 1465. ech mór ... dia n-i.¤ ón Bóind to convey them, Met. Dinds. iv 64.103 . gan bīadh d'iodhlacadh ūaithibh, ZCP viii 116 § 6.

In concrete sense, an escort: do shires-sa iodhlacad air ocus do chuir seisen a derbráthair féin liumsa, SG 300.x . ro chuir Maghnus ... iodhlacadh lasna teachtaibh, FM v 1362.3 . ? To this : d p. ídlacib ┐ cendadaib, Alex. 764.

(b) act of bestowing ? ; a gift ? : ni dlegar an comairce dindlacad `it is not incumbent to grant the proctection,' Laws v 30.5 Comm. adnacul .i. indnacul n-Adae `Adam's gift,' O'Mulc. 24.

(c) act of delivering up, handing over: do-chūaidh Léna re muicc ... rīana tidnacul (v.l. rena hidlacad) ūad, Sc. MMD § 23.16 . cach idnucul focertur forsna urgurtuib-sa every delivering up (of goods, etc.) that is performed ... ?, Laws ii 298.9 . ciid in ben in tan bá nessam a n-i.¤ , LU 10960.

(d) act of returning (a loan), restoration: dligid īasacht a idlacud re atarba a loan should be returned with increase, Arch. iii 234 § 1. robudh iasacht gan indlacad dam-sa ..., ML² 1410. an t-iasocht fhuaras ... | dob'usa leam a locadh | gémadh fhearr a iodhlocadh though it were better to return it, DDána 69 § 3. ni m'idnocol có m'atharda na m'adnocol sirim oraib `my restoration to my fatherland or my burial,' TTebe 3310 .

Confused with adnacal : da mac M. ... do mharbad ... a Cliara, ocus a n-idhlucad innti bheós, ALC i 330.24 .

idnae

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n , f. (idan) purity, integrity: ind narbo lór iodne ind caich ..., `whether each man ... was sufficiently pure,' Mon. Tall. 159.17 . cech nóebán co nidnai, Fél. Ep. 99. tói, uimle, hidna, ainmne, Fél.² clxxxv 7. Among the qualities of good women : gáis, idna, indracus, Tec. Corm. p. 54 § 16. fo miad ... .i. fo airilledh ┐ indracus ┐ idna, Laws i 42.15 Comm. airilliud .i. im tochus ; inrucus .i. im breithir ; idna .i. im gnimrad, v 96.4 Comm. cid dobeir dire do neoch ? ... airilliud ocus inrucus ocus idna, 2 . ar idhna a mesraighthe `on account of the clearness of his judgment,' iv 356.19 . Four requisites for an ollam : na ceithri hídhna .i. idhna láime .i. gan guin, ┐ idhna lánamnais .i. um aen seitig, ídhna beoil .i. gan aír inddligthech ┐ idhna fogloma .i. um dá rann déc na filidechta, O'D. 1191 - 2 (< H 2. 15, p. 78b ) cf. LL 30d36 - 7 . foglaim co n-idhna, O'Dav. 1083. Idna Hérenn Inis Cathaig `The Purity of Ireland— Scattery Island,' Triads § 10. cen idna nglan, SR 1395. dēnatt idna `let them practise purity,' BColm. 98.28 . `iodhna' gach eineachlann, Met. Gl. 28 § 43 (? because the payment of enechlann cleanses a man's honour, Plummer MS. notes).

idnaicid

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x see ind-anich.

idnaid

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Forms: idhnaidh

[n i, m.] (? 1 idna) an armed man ? : idhnaidh cinadh .i. suaitrech urraidh, O'Dav. 1419.