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 .

imchummair

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adj very brief: adv. ised roráid side co airísel i.¤ ri Priaim `very lowly and briefly,' TTr. 923.

imchummasc

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n [o, m.] great confusion: adconnairc A. in im- cumusc mor ┐ in brectad ... dorat hE. for cat na nGrec, BB 435a36 .

imchumside

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adj io, iā, (imchommus) proportionate: claideb ... cona da traigid n-i.¤ eter da n-og n-imfhaebair do, LL 189b9 . glossed: .i. coibchi do mnaí, 52.4 Comm.

imchumtach

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n s,n.

(a) ornament, adornment; covering: taith- nemh ... imchumtaigi na claideb, TTr.² 895. tucthai orrigai (leg. erradai ? Ed.) aille eramrai ann a nimmchumdach in chatha cechtardai to adorn the two battalions, Alex. 174. sidhmailgi ... i nimchumdach a aigthi `mild eyebrows ornamented his face,' MR 116.25 .

(b) the act of concealing: do chuadar lena gcreachaib a ndiamraib ... dá nimchumdach `to hide them,' ALC ii 244.4 .

imchutail

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n bride-price?: imcutail lanamna Laws iii 50.27 .

1 imdae

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Forms: imde, imdae, imda, imdu, imdu, imdu, imdu, immdae, immdae, imda, imda

adj io, iā,. Written: imde, Wb.; imdae, Ml.; imda, Sg. Used attrib. and predic. Compar. ni pu imdu do in mann `the manna was not more plentiful to him,' Wb. 16c25 . conrop imdu de duún, 3a12 . condib imdu de torand inna forgnúso, Sg. 198a4 . adv. ind imdu gl. passim, Ml. 35b5 . ind immdae , Sg. 26a5 .

(a) many, numerous; abundant, manifold, plentiful; abounding, rich: cit imdi far forcitlidi, Wb. 9a12 . imda gl. opulentus, Sg. 125a5a . imdu gl. opulento, Ml. 84b3 . immdae .i. hi toirthib són gl. opimam (terram), 37d22 . inna namat nímdae, 62b23 . imdi ón gl. (pacis) profundae, 89c6 . imdha, gl. multus, Ir. Gl. 670. átá bíad imda ocat gencu hesta, Sc.MMD² § 3 R . ataat muca imda ... lá Laighniu, § 6 R . biad glan imda pure abundant food, LU 8716 ( FB § 54 ). it ile imda mo anmandsa, BDD² 554. is immda fis ocus eolus in Choimded, IT i 169.29 . a thechtairi roimdai chuci ┐ úad, LU 2024 (FA). airbri imdai archaṅgel, SR 836. ra bátar tra ilbuada ilarda imda for Coinculaind, TBC 660. gur chuir in tsleig tresin édach imdo ro bōi imon rí[g]mílid `through the ample dress,' Fianaig. 96.9 . ar na hulib mirbuilib imdaib-si forcóemnacair and, Ériu ii 196 § 14. iar n-olcaibh moraibh ímdhaibh do dhenum dó, AU ii 168.15 . is immda ... immat in t-sloig aingelacda, PH 6207. o' tconnairc ... popul immda do cretem, 2309 . trí chaecait cét n-anart n-iomda, SG 362.14 . na guaise iomdha atá i gcionn an duine, TSh. 8511. gérbh iomdha a n-adhbhar fíocha, 5567 . cá mhéid cineul grás ann ? is iomdha sin `there are many,' Donlevy 206.15 .

(b) In predicative use only, referring to a subst. in sg. or pl. many: With n s.: bid imda broen derg tarse innocht (of a shield), BDD² 978. ni hiomda d'feraibh in betha nech is aille inás, TBC 5452 (Stowe). ba imda mathair boed bro- nach, AU i 248.3 . is imdo nech gabhus hí many a one travels it, Aisl. Tund. 105.13 . rob imdha lath gaile .. a[c] comhdiurucudh, St. Ercuil 468. nī himda persa ... is fessach `not many know,' Fl. Earls 70.30 . is iomdha sompla oile do fhéadfamaois do thabhairt anuas, TSh. 293. imda badb sa greim na gulbain, IGT Decl. ex. 255. With n p.: dobér duid-siu do mnai gid imda fir uaisli 'ga hiarraid, Caithr. Cellaig 693. as iomdha daóine a derúaidh ríum-sa, Matt. vii 22. gidh iomdha commaoine do chuir Dia air, TSh. 3425. imdha ... | cúirte bruachnochta i mbeirt smóil, O'Gr. Cat. 452.8. imda ad lis geimli agus géibinn, IGT Decl. ex. 155. With subject understood: is iomdha tré dhán bhfallsa | lán dom annsacht, Studies 1918, 617 § 9 . Folld. by do: ní iomdha dhúnn inar ndaoinibh | gan túr diomdha an Dúilimh `not many of us men,' Dán Dé xii 1. iomdha dháibh thuas i n-a thoigh, xxiii 2 . iomdha i ndiaidh na toice do theadhmannaibh, DDána 83 § 2.

(c) long: acht ced imda (.i. fada) a snūadh mur dond though his hair be long like a poet's, ZCP v 483 § 2 (B. na f.). in t-abuc o Rus caim Cha | a thoeb nocon he is imda, RC xx 274 § 100 (ACC). ba himdo a muin et a gulba (of a beast), Aisl. Tund. 103.y .

As subst. abundance: is imde dorrindnacht dún, Wb. 20d15 . imdae .i. ... plenitudo .i. fo imlāinius, Corm. Y 765.