imcaisnech

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adj o, ā (imcaisiu) contemplative, watchful: betha theoir imchisnech .i. nech isinn eclais oc urnaighti, nó a menma a nDia dogrés, O'Dav. 1528. imdissin nó imcisnech .i. eim-dechsuin, 1111 . imchisnech cach oimnech `every timid person is watchful,' ZCP xvii 65 § 50. imchisneach cach santach, 66 § 58.

? imcaisnid

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v (imcaisiu) contemplates: teeoiracca uita, beatha teeoir imcisneas .i. a menma i nDia do gres, Laws v 22.14 Comm. But cf. O'Dav, 1528 quoted above and read imcisneach?

imcasti

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x see imm-acci.

imchachad:

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n i.¤ .i. féchain, ut est: imchachadh ag rinn a ruisc roamhnais, Ériu xiii 72 § 146. (cf. im chanag rind a ruisc roamnais, BDD² 1266. imcháit agrind a rruisc roamnais, LU 7732 ). iomchachadh .i. fóchain ` looking ,' O'Cl.

imcháel

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adj very narrow: ulcha eícsi imchass issí degablach imchael imm a smech (?=narrow around, cf. imchass), TBC 5208. an foruathar ... do-bheir an díoghrais diadha fá árusaibh iomchaola ... na hanma, TSh. 2315.

imchaemrus

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x see imm-comairc.

imcháin

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n complaint, reviling: ná cluinim iomcháin ná labh- airt saebh, Oss. iii 280.8 .

imcháined

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Forms: imcained

n u, m.

I (3 imm + cáined) act of mutually reviling; mutual complaint, mutual reviling, dispute: imcháinti et athissi gl. conflictiones, Wb. 29b10 . tarla iomchaineadh adhaigh eitir Mhuirghil ┐ mhnaoi oile `one night a dispute arose ..., Buile Ṡ. 142.21 .

II (? 2 imm + c.)

(a) the act of censuring, abusing, reviling, reproaching: d'imcainedh na mna re Graic, Anecd. ii 27 § 13. cennaigfid cách cáinte do imcháined dar a chend, LL 188b42 . ba homhan lais aos fodoird ... dia iomchaineadh ina ecc- mhais, Hugh Roe 274.18 . táinig anam an ridire do labhairt ris ┐ dá iomcháineadh, TSh. 5216.

Folld. by fri, for: ro gab icc bagor co mor for demnaib ifirn ┐ icc imcainedh friu, CCath. 4196. ercid a ferg fria co mbói oc imcháined frisin corp (of the soul), PH 8220. ... ag aithis ┐ iomcháineadh air, TSh. 474.

(b) a reproach, a censure: dorinnedur imcainedh mor orumsa, RC xix 144.5 ( Fier. 118 ). is imchāinedh re innisin... feall ar in flaithfēinnid `it is a reproach to tell ...,' Fianaig. 72.32 . ni filet immdergtha na imchainte na écnaige na ad- chosana lind, Alex. 893. tuc Tid athais n-imagallma ┐ im- chainti arna Tiabanda, TTebe 1032 . luid Cormac fá bhrón- duba co hairm imbái Lugna ocus chanus fris a imcháined, SG 255.4 . gurab é as iomcháineadh gnáthach ar chloinn Tomáis uile the common charge against all C. T., PCT 296. tug Dia duine d'ainm ar an diabhal mar iomad iomcháinte air, TSh. 6329. ní léamhthaoi a los iomcháinidh `no one would dare by abusive speaking ...,' Content. xxii 16. ceadh 'ma badh ionpháirte inn | is fear mh'iomcháinte ar th'uillinn, DDána 101 § 21. imcained ` treating superciliously ,' Auraic. 1813.

imchaíned

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[n u, m.] (2 imm + caínid, see Contrib. s.v. cóinim) the act of greatly lamenting, bewailing: ro bhaoi an rí ann sin ag iomchaoíneadh fair (of a slain person) the king lamented over him, TFrag. 182.22 .

imcháinid

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v i (2 imm + cáinid) blames greatly, reproves, censures, reviles: nísmáided nísimcháined `he boasted not of them nor reviled them,' Met. Dinds. iii 24.312 . do toir- bhireadh ... Iosa ar laimh a namhad noch do iomchain go lionmhar é, Parrth. Anma 266.5 .

Folld. by fri, for: ro cairigh co mór uí Néill ┐ ro imcáin for Finachta `he censured Finachta,' Moling § 65. in macraid ro imcháinset fris romarb in coimdid iat, LB 131b8 . Vn. imcháined.

imchaisde

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Forms: i., imchasaíde

n g s. strife, dissension?: ceann i.¤ Érend súd ... .i. Bricne mac Carbhre, ITS v 114.15 . ? leg. imchasaíde, see imchossáit.