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.

imdeol

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x see imdel.

? imderc, ? imtherc

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n journey ? distance ? : ba trom n-ērim do Mac Con | tuidecht ille, techt inond; | imderc fairge coba dī, | edh dorigni in rígfili `to cross the sea twice,' Fianaig. 32.14 . ar tregan dó in tan rachas imtherc uainn `when he goes from us on a journey,' Ériu viii 58.8 . fūath do barcaibh, caisi d'feis | imthearc (.i. fada) sin ō beith 'na bār hatred of books, love of sleeping, the one who practices these is a long way from becoming a learned man, ZCP v 483 § 4 (B. na f.).