imdeliugud

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[n u, m.] vn. of imdeligid. separation, distinction: cundtabairt etir dechnaid ┐ randaigecht mbic annso ┐ imdhelíughudh fair, IT iii 86.2 .

1 imdell

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n o, [? n.]n s. a n-imdell , Irish Texts i 7 § 23 .

(a) `refers to some preliminary process in the brewing of' ale probably that known as "mashing," in which hot water is poured over the malt in order to extract the diastase' (O'Brien, Ir. Hist. St. i 350 ): imdell .i. ēm-dāil indsin eter coire ┐ dabaich, Corm. Y 778. deogh fína a haithle a himdill .i. a gabála, O'C. 1478 ( H 3. 18, p. 654 ). imdill .i. linn, ib. ataa oen miach mbracha lind. Rupad maith dún a imdel ar na bemis cen choirm `it would be well for us to prepare it,' Irish Texts i 7 § 23 ( Ir. Hist. St. i 126 ). dognith an imdel isindala lothur, isin lothur aili focheirthe for descthu `the malt was mashed in one of the two tubs and it was set to ferment in the other,' ib. for tresc in márimtill over the lees of the great brewing, LU 10251 (= marimdill, ZCP iii 234.9 ). ? To this: foracaib drochimtel eturru ar ba sirsan leis `he left ill-feeling between them,' RC iii 438.15 .

(b) By transf., a feast ? : imdioll .i. fleadh, O'Cl. agair imdell (sic leg.) Bricrend, tucthar biedh issin tech, FB § 32 (Eg.).

2 imdell

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Forms: imdeal, imdeall, imtiol, imtioll

n o, n. later m. imdeal imdeall imtiol imtioll, IGT Decl. § 11 (p. 54.x) deceit, treachery, conspiracy: imdioll .i. cealg, O'Cl. tuc huait fri imdel n-achtach | dam do láim dia lámachtad against deceit, SR 2881. cosmuil léo fri drungu duine dia rotairrngredh | i.¤ n-oirgne d'fhoirinn fairrghe, coscar aignech, Anecd. i 66 § 141. per insidias .i. tria i.¤ , BB 500b2 . con-dorchair Eochaid Dala sa comrac sin ... tre imdill Meadba, Ériu ii 182.y . tanic ... tar imdeall Fergusa 'n-a timcheall he spoke of the treachery of Fergus, Celt. Rev. iv 10.12 . a beith fo imdeall Guaire, Caithr. Cellaig 727. ro bhí séan a tTeamhraigh gan torchradh o thuathaibh gan imdioll o oireachtaibh, RC xliii 284.21 . an giolla ruadh do mharbhadh inn iar sin tré imdeall Aodha, FM iii 244.17 . tria format ┐ tria imdeall, v 1436.8 . sil mBaigill ni biad am cinn | ni shailim íad dom imdill, Proleg- omena. 42.z . is fachain dá gcar um cheann | dá rabh th' athair dom imdeall, DDána 67 § 4.

imdellaid

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v ā (1 imdell) brews ale: dabach i(n) roimmdel- tar bruth , Críth Gabl. 175 ; 'a vat in which a brew can be mashed' Studies on Early Ireland 4 . ro clúdadh na lestra fóa ccennuibh no go ttiosadh an rí dia rohimdilled `the tops of the vessels had been covered over, until the arrival of the king for whom the preparations were made,' ZCP xvii 153.y .

? imdemin:

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ind is i.¤ (leg. indemin ? Ed.) in raed e in comrac, Aen. 2911.

imdemna

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n (? 2 imm- + demne) complete certainty: raiged immorro arrocur leat do imdemna sealbai in claidib your complete certainty of the ownership of the sword ? IT iii 201.2 (= YBL 185b 18 .) Or read imdénam 'act of proving' ZCP xxx 8 .

imdenach ? :

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ind basa i.¤ frim tháir, LU 9334.

imdénam

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n u, m. vn. of imm-déni.

I act of embroidering, ornamenting; embroidery, ornament; an ornamental border; ornamental work: immdénam gl. limbus, Sg. 70a15 . imdenam súla saire | abratchair duba daile `the ornament of noble eyes are his brows,' LU 3820 ( SC § 37 ). Fig. a lucht imdénma in ḟenchuis those who elaborate historic lore, Met. Dinds. iii 54.10 .

On garments: Eochaid Etgothach .i. is leis doronad imdenum im edaigib ar tus, BB 250a20 . imdénum óir fri siric srethchisi, BDD² 1033. inar srólda ... | for a imdenam, is glé, | cóica unga findruine, IT i 80.23 . deich céd ar ḟichit céd iorna dergóir do chumhdach a n-édoigh d'im- dēnamh maisi ar chena `for other adornment,' Ériu viii 136.14 . étaige cen datha .i. cen imdenma óir is argait, LL 188c8 (cf. RC xxvi 42.6 ). ba hetach intlaise bái imbi cona imdénum do dérgór drumnech, TTr². 494 . is logh uingi airgid di isan snathaid d'a n[d]enand a imdenam (of the embroidress), Laws v 382.12 Comm. a himdenam .i. a druinechus, Mann. and Cust. iii 112 n. 76 .

On leather articles: crottbolg di chrocnib doborchon impu cona n-i.¤ do phartaiṅg foa n-imdénam di ór ┐ arggat, TBFr. 101.

On sword-hilts, etc.: scian amra ... imdēnam di ór ┐ argat im a hēim, Corm. Y 883. claideb co n-eltaib dét ┐ co n-imdenam órṡnáith, TBC 5274. conid les fein tuinithi in chlaidib ┐ a atharchtu ┐ a imdhenom `that he himself had a prescriptive title to the sword and its trappings (?) and ornament,' IT iii 200 § 65. cenbair con n-imdenum di glaine ┐ ḟinndruine, 238.103 .

II the act of constructing, covering; shape, form, struct- ure; covering: conrotacht ... in gríanan do imdenmaib ocus cumtaigib sainamraib, LU 8064 (FB). da gen ... cercall cruinn a nimdenam na talman I will describe ... a perfect circle to represent the earth (i.e., in the same shape as), Ir. Astr. Tr. 82.1 . ro suidhidh isin bord ísin imdenam na firmaminti ┐ na spered, D iv 2, 71va11 . agus as é so [an timdhéunamh] ar a ndéuna tú í (of the ark), Gen. vi 15. tír na ngort dtirmghléigheal dtais | ar imdhéineamh port bParthais `formed like the havens of Paradise,' TD 13 § 1. ar mhnaoi a ndeiredh an domhain | ni chuala ni chualobhair | a himdhenamh thiar no thoir, Irish Texts ii 106 § 24 . fort rodhaingen ar n-a imdēnamh lessin diūc, Fl. Earls 74.31 . imdēnomh cíera ar in taep amoigh `a coating of wax on the outside,' 50.17 . dúncladh dínnimh arna imdhénamh do chriaidh ┐ dfódaibh, FM vi 2210.9 . ? g s. or g p. of imdénad a later form of imdénam: imdheanta, faicsiona, cuma, ` fashion ' Eg. Gl. 412. do réir a n-imdhéanta `according to their fashions,' Ez. xlii 11.

Reparation, restoration: imdenam a chríchi ┐ a fheraind do Chonchobur ... .i. sond in n-inad cach suind ..., CRR § 17 ( LL 173b31 ).

III `act of proving, proof of a charge; evidence accepted as final proof ,' (Laws Glossary); ` making good in the sense of proving ' (Plummer MS. notes): ise do toing cach nimresan bis eturru ocus a flaith .i. ise do ni imdenum cach imresna bis eturru ocus a thigherna, Laws ii 332.26 Comm. imdenum a cota im aith `to prove his share with re- spect to the kiln,' i 228.27 Comm. breithemnas ocus imdenam don urradh for in deoraidh `the native freeman has judgment and proof as against the foreigner,' iii 130.12 Comm. go ttugann sin cungnamh imdheanma don mhnaoi air `that this might help the woman to prove it against him' (Plummer MS. notes). MS. Mat. 581.18 . do ní na fuil i.¤ a fatha do naimde, O'D. 575 ( H 3. 17, col. 443 ). imdēnam do gūachaibh (MS. duachaibh) (as a sign of evil times), Arch. iii 241 § 10. is fir De da imdenam dib `the truth of God is to decide the case,' Laws v 454.24 Comm. is lais in firen imdenam na n-uile ┐ ni la neach imdenam air `iustus iudicat oimnia ┐ ipsi nimis iudicitur' (sic), O'C. 1617 ( 23 Q 6, p. 6b ). foirgell imdenmha, Laws iv 192.29 Comm. do reir dligidh tuarastail, no imdenma no fiadnaise, iii 98.5 Comm. Used in opposition to séna denial of a statement or charge: do sena no d'imdenam a cneide `to deny or prove his wound,' v 158.y Comm. in lucht fíra do bhí ag séna, ocus in lucht suídhighthe do bí ag imdénamh, O'D. 681 ( H 3. 17, col. 499 ).

imdénmach

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adj o, ā (imdénam) adorned, ornamented: imat ... na mbrethnas n-ilecar n-imdenmach, RC xxi 320.3 . fúath- róc ... isí asnach, i.¤ , TTr. 1541. i n-imdurnib imdénmacha claideb, 1666 . in airc ... cona h-uilib admib imdenmachaib, BB 242a28 . nathir alaind imdenmach umaidi do toccbail, shapely ?, 241a54 . fa iomdhaigh n-imdenmaigh n-óir, Duan. Finn i 26.7 .

imdénta

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x see imdénam, II.

imdenus ? :

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ind cotach cen timdibe (v.ll. irchaire, L. icaire (sic) .i. gen a imdenus, B). Tec. Corm. § 3.22 and n.