imdiupart

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n ā, f. (3 imm + diupart) vn. of imm-diupir, mutual cheating, (mutual) defrauding: coro scarat cen imdiubairt co somaine neich ro fallaight[h]er `so dass sie sich ohne gegenseitige Übervorteilung trennen', ZCP xiv 384 § 49 (= Laws ii 312.26 ). mad scarad, cach scarad cen imdiupairt `jede Scheidung ohne gegenseitige Übervorteilung,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 27 § 9 (= Laws ii 362.21 ). imcomai imteccor (leg. imthinchor, Thurn., Stud. in E. Ir. Law p. 42 n. 3 ). cach nimdiubairt, Laws v 372.9 . diles ... cach reic, cach creic cin imdiubirt `jedes Kaufen ohne gegenseitige (?) Übervorteilung,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 40 § 19 (= Laws ii 378.2 ). (imdiubart `gegenseitiges Übervorteilen' bezieht sich in diesen Texten ( Laws ii 312.26 ; 326.12 ; 362.21 ; v 372.9 ) immer auf das Übervorteilen des einen `Gepaarten' durch den andern. Ich möchte annehmen, dass es aus diesen Stellen verschleppt ist und dass es ursprünglich einfach cen diupirt `ohne Übervorteilung' hiess, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 42.8 ). dirgit[h]er dochuir do choibchib cin imdiubairt di reir De ┐ duine, Bürgschaft 30 § 79. With no sense of mutuality : ni ra cetaig do Adomnán a imdiupairt imme `he did not allow A. to rob him of it,' RC xiii 110 § 151.

imdiupartai

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Forms: imdiupartai

part. pl. of imm-diupir. defrauded, cheated: a Ilos na crochi ... nach imdiupartai sinde cen athair acaind, LB 233b56 . See also under imma n-.

imdol

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n act of going: bid eigin a i.¤ ann, ZCP i 103.22 .

imdoraid

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adj i (2 imm + doraid) very difficult: fuaratar somh baoghal for áth n-imdhoraidh `they got an advantage at one difficult ford,' FM vi 2026.5 .

As subst. f. great difficulty ; unevenness, ruggedness (of terrain) : ní fogaib and imdoraid hi tír omna, LU 8632 ( FB § 47 ). bātor doimh ... ag treórughadh gacha mēide nār uo hinaistir dhībh tar in imdhoraidh `bringing all of them that could not travel over the hard road,' Fl. Earls 88.16 . go mbrisedh croidhe saothair ┐ docomail ┐ gach imdhoraidh archena, 142.x . la haimhreidhe ┐ la hiomdhóraidh an tslígedh, Hugh Roe 16.11 . riasiú tiostais tar iomdhoraidh an tslébhe, FM vi 2128.1 .

imdorn

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n o, m. (1 imm- + dorn) the hilt of a sword: claideb cona imdurnd airgdidú, LU 3827 (SC). claideb co n- imdurn dét, BDD² 1305. in tres sreth di claidbib móraib co n- imdornaib óir ┐ airgit, LU 1711. tri fetha fogera co n-iom- dorn orsnaith (sic leg.) iarna ḟormna, TBC 5537 (St.). do bhilib a scíath ┐ d'imdornaib a claideb, 3816 . calg-dét .i. ara mbiat na helta dét .i. dét míl moir a imduirn, O'Dav. 567. See ZCP xix 333f .

imdornchor

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n the hilt of a sword: ba brecc do imdornchoraib na claideb norduirn `it was speckled with the hilts of the gold-hilted swords,' Ériu iv 26 § 15. ro lingiustar in lann .i. claidem Congail as a altaib acus as a imdornnchur, MR 300.9 .

imdortad

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n (2 imm + dortad) u, m. great shedding: nach fled oca rabi ríam ni térna cin i.¤ fola ┐ cin ár cend, RC xxii 312 n. 6 .

imdorus

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n u,n. later o, m. frame of a door, lintel (?), porch, portico: iomdhoras .i. fordhoras, O'Cl. .i. fardhoras, or rather, ard-doras `the lintel of a door,' P. O'C. inna imdoirsea inna loc cossecarthae gl. claustra, Ml. 92d5 . ro derscaigestar a tech ... eter irscartad ocus i.¤ do thigib inna hamsiri sin uli, LU 8048 (FB). do-bert a luie frisin comlai co Iluid a chos trethe corice a glún ... to-bert ... a lue afridisi co mboí a n-i.¤ isin tenlug fó, MU² 964. co fordoirsibh cuiprisibh co dtairsightibh segdha ... cona comladaibh gorma ... co mbreactradh do gemaibh criostail im cech n-i.¤ `round every door-frame,' TBC 5609. iar mbrised do Phirr ind imdorais ┐ iar tafhonn na cométaide robátar isin dorus, TTr.² 1884. ar fot ... na n-urdhom ┐ na n-imdhorsi im puplib inn airdrigh, CCath. 4442. co dorus érdaim imdorais in dúnaid dīanechtair `to the outer door of the entrance porch of the fortress,' Aisl. MC 87.21 . tar imdhóirsibh na Temrach `through the gates of Tara,' Duan. Finn i 57.17 . teit iarsin Sibill reme i n-umdorus iffirn, Aen. 1294. adhnait ... teinte ┐ tennāla ... a n-imdoirsip a tteghdhuissighe, Fl. Earls 186.x . iomdhorus um an dteach i dtám | sreath clár as tiormsholus taobh `the portcullis of the castle I am in,' DDána 119 § 17 (transltd. Ir. Monthly 1923, 641 § 17 ).

Used fig. of the eyes, eyelids ? : druidis an Coimdhe imdoirsi a amhairc gur bo dall, BNnÉ 322 § 32. tar im- doirsib a imcaisi, MR 270.3 . d'osslugad imdorais a roisc, 114.11 .

? imdres

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n (2 imm + dres) great briar: robtar athgaoite ... a throighthe ... la haiten ┐ la himdhreasaibh, Hugh Roe 16.10 .

imdrong

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n ā, f. drong occurs both as o,m., Fél. Ep. 285 , 232 and ā,f., Laws v 184.23 Comm. IT ii2 149.699 . pressure, throng, battalion ? : imdrong na curad ┐ na cathmíled ac slaide ind ḟeda cona claidbib, TBC 5038. ra ingnathchi imdruingi na láth ṅgaile `with the strangeness of the battalion of the champions,' TTr. 273. ? To this : imdhrang .i. iom- tharraing, O'Cl.

imdruim

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n (1 imm + druim) (lit. about spine) name given to a group of ogham diphthongs: deasdruim, tuathdruim ... i.¤ `right of stem, left of stem, ... about stem,' Auraic. 948. i.¤ .i. andiu ┐ anall aicmi na forfidh, 990 .