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 .

imchumge

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n [,f.] (imchumang) narrowness, confined space; distress: tabhraid deabhtha doib i mbeilghibh ┐ a n-im- chuimgibh ... in cuicid defiles , RC xliii 108 § 114. la hiom- cuimgi an ionaid, FM vi 2192.19 . ua C. ... do beith isin iomcuimge sin ag Ua nDomhnaill hi ccúil maoile `O'C. was thus blockaded,' 2120.y . ro bai tra an gobernoir cona slogh i ttennta ┐ in iomchumhga móir desidhe, 2030.18 . dorattsat tra Gaoidhil iomcumhga mhór for Ghallaibh, 2280.19 .