? imchrích

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n `? mutual relation of districts ' (Plummer MS notes): comtaisic imcriche (written im criche) ... dia tochra seoit neich aile dibh ina láimh gabhait umpa ┐ dénait folaidh im críochaibh (leg. imcríche, Plummer) díbh `mutual restoration of inter-territoriality ... if they happen to have property belonging to one of them (the other party) in their hands, they refuse to give them up and make them inter territorial funds (i.e. they are put into a fund for the settle- ment of mutual claims),' O'D. 761 ( H 3. 17, col. 548 ). (The § deals with cases of persons in different crícha having mutual claims),' (Plummer MS notes). Cf. also O'D. 764 ( H 3. 17, col. 549 ) and O'C. 221 ( H 3. 18, p. 117 ) which is corrupt. ? To this: at suighiu im cricha .i. astaid imcricha cana fiacha gus in lin is coir, O'C. 2576 ( Eg. 88, fo. 48b ).

imchrín :

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adj (? 2 imm- + crín) very ancient: uas a slegha aite imchrine sharp spears of great antiquity? (transltd. ` rounded(?)'), ITS v 16.2 . Or attrib. gen. of imchríne.

imchrúi

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Forms: i., cróu

n g s. ? : hi tír tarngire co túi | ná geib anbthine i.¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 286.10 , transltd. `which no storm of bloodshed mars,' but cf. cró blood g s. cróu, ZCP xii 233 § 46 ; chró (: immargó), LL 11b26 and Thurn. Gramm. § 310.

imchúairt

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n [i,f.] a circuit: ni dligh cuairt a [g]caín chóiceadh ... inás imchuairt éntuaithi (of a poet), BR 236.11 .

imchubaid

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Forms: imchuibe, imchuibe, himchuibhe

adj i later also imchuibe

(a) very suitable, meet, fitting, proper: iomairgidhe .i. iomchubhaidh, O'Cl. molad is i.¤ fris do dénum dó `dignam laudem,' IT i 169.22 . nach im- chubaidh do adhnacul pectach ... ann, Lat. Lives 109.4 . rob imcubaid cumad o fhiren nobaistfithe an firén, Lism. L. 4019. dogeba piana bus imchubaidh dot gnimaib, Aisl. Tund. 107.24 . is i.¤ in sásad-sin do neoch bis i ngorta, PH 4798. etargna ... as i.¤ fri Crist, PH 5542. biasda in talmun iarna n-earnailibh imchuibhdibh, BB 15b36 . an imcubaidh aen leiges don fiabrus?, RC xlix 18 § 5. a chealla ... d'fagbáil ... 'ga n-oighredhaibh iomcuibhde dia éis `the persons fit to succeed them,' BNnÉ 264 § 225. gur claochló an t-ór ina ghran iomcubaidh eorna (the gold had been originally grains of barley), 233.9 . déanuidh riom ... mar is iom- chubhaidh do chítior dhíbh `as seemeth good,' Jer. xxvi 14. a n-ēdach imchubhaidh `becoming clothes,' Fl. Earls 78.15 . a ffēstaibh uaissle imchuibdi `on great appropriate festivals,' 220.23 . lointi imchuibhde nos-berat leo dia siubhal `proper provisions men take with them to traverse it,' Marco P. § 101. Compar.: mórán darbh iomchuibhdhe an dioghluimsi dfuráil ina ..., RC iv 352.1 (O'Cl.). Superl. cia an ait ann ar hiomchuibhthe an urnaighthe do dhenamh?, Luc. Fid. 73.1 . Written imchuibe: an claochlaodh do ni fearg anns a corp daonna ni h-imchuibhe a regimen na sláinte é, O'Don. Gr. 453.10 . ata cuid dona heasláintibh darab leighes imchuibhe fearg, 453.22 . As adv. an tsláinte do choimed co himchuibhe , 451.30 .

(b) Of persons: cía robáided and iarsain | Erne áilgen i.¤ `the gentle comely Erne,' Met. Dinds. iii 462.48 . bātar na hōgmhnā ... drong dīb go n-innill ┐ go n-deilp n-imchubaidh, `a fine appearance,' Fl. Earls 178.8 .

(c) Of planets, favourable, auspicious: adeiraid ... go fuil blodh dib ... co soirb imcubaid da dainib maithi, Ir. Astr. Tr. 70.13 .

(d) As a term in metrics, suitable, in agreement: im[fh]re- cra imcupaid, Auraic. 3822. comardad imcubaidh, 3824 .

imchuibde

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n , f. (imchubaid) harmoniousness, fitness, suit- ability: ara ḟoillsi ┐ ara imchuibde ro indis scéla Crist, Trip.² 13 .

imchuibdius

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Forms: immchuibdius

n u, m. (imchubaid) harmony: in immchuibdius fil eter na dúle gl. (h)armoniam, Lib. Hymn. i 70.21 . gl. conuenientia, Rawl. B. 512, fo. 68d , (Plummer MS. Notes).

imchuibe

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x see imchubaid.

? imchuma

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n great grief: ? g s.: or g p. amlaid rochuired in mac | cen étach... | immar ros fuc in chumal | étig adtrúag imchumad (ecunnal, v.l.), unnatural, piteous, of great sorrow , ? transltd. `unhappy she, wretched, of many griefs') Ériu iv 94 § 8.

imchumachtach

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Forms: i.

adj o, ā very powerful, overbearing: foruallach, forbaeth, i.¤ , Corm. 36.42 , s.v. prúll.

imchumang

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adj o, ā very narrow, confined: riched ... | saer, sithech, nad imchumung, SR 342. dodheónaidh Dia dhamh- sa sunn | betha iomnocht iomchumang `a livelihood very bare, very narrow,' Buile Ṡ. § 14 . an tir imchumaing (imcumaincc, imcumacc v.ll.) i mboi d'faccbail, CCath. 3513. ua himcumaṅg maigi acus tigi . . ac gasradaib gusmara Grec ac idbairt, TTebe 736 . léigid damh-sa an eang ... anshochair iomchumhang úd, DDána 111 § 9. ardbhōthair imchomhga aimhréidhe, Fl. Earls 40.13 .

As subst. [o,m.] narrowness; close confinement, blockade: arna tisad diamrugud dia timthaigib na rígmac i n- eturturtugud na n-imchumung slúag na sochaide in the press or confinement of the hosts, TBC 574. antan tarraidh imcum- hang na Eperi foraib `when the blockade of Epirus befell you,' CCath. 5154. ni foraelangair do tren-feraibh na cathrach airisiomh ina hiomchumang to remain blockaded in it, Leb. Gab. 82.21 . ar nach gabat in sluagh imchumhang an toighi form `lest the army pen me in the house,' Buile Ṡ. § 55 . ro gabhadh iomchumhang for John ainnsidhe, FM iii 120.10 . nár bhó tarbha dhó tochar friú isin iomcumhang i mbátar, v 1740.9 .