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.

1 idnaide

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adj io, iā, (idnae) pure: dom-rocht srut[h] uar idnaige | o righ noemhaingel damsa, Anecd. ii 20 § 3.

2 idnaide

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x see indnaide.

idnaidid

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x see ind-nëat.

idnugud

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vn. of denom. from idu. act of giving birth to, being in labour of: bacan ... baoi hi llaimh Eithne ag breith (v.l. iodnúghadh) an leinimh, BNnÉ i 191.5 .

? idoth, ? idad

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Forms: idoth

ind idoth ... ab idor (ὔδωρ), hoc est a liquore .i. fumen (?) side dond hī.¤ Idad fuil, O'Mulc. 704 - 5 . Stokes takes idoth and idad to be the same word. Cf. idu ab idor graece , Corm. Y 770.

idrad

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Forms: idraidh, othraidh

n (collect. of 1 id acc. to Meyer) rings : athchaillech ic imthecht idraid otraig `die über kotiges Flechtwerk spaziert,' Bruchst. § 71 = idraidh othraidh, IT iii 101 § 182 ; 'an ex-nun going around cow-pats (lit. rings of dung)' EIS 165 § 76 .

idre

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n (Lat. hydrĭa) a water-pot: na dabcha marmair da nagairter idri ┐ bíd ac siledh uiscci dogres, Maund. 18.

idropis

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Forms: íor(a)pais, iodhraip, iodhraipis

n m. and f. Later íor(a)pais. (Lat. hydrops) dropsy: is iad so na nescoidi uisgiamhla .i. i.¤ ┐ errnia, Rosa Ang. 174.5 . do gab idhroipis adhuathmur an t-Iruath sin, Maund. § 82. ismorfea .i. atcomall nó idhropis, Arch. i 337.136 . dá ól d'fir in hidhróipisi the dropsical man, O'Gr. Cat. 225.4. comartha na hidropise, Rosa Ang. 270.10 . teid fo cenn .u. la ndeg a n-idropis `it turns to dropsy,' Rosa Ang. 194.1 . iodhraip, iodhraipis ` dropsy ,' P. O'C. a n-íobhaid lucht íorpais is móide a dtart, Búrdúin § 86 . do bhí duine ... a niorapuis, Luke xiv 2.