imḟích

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n [m.] mutual enmity or feud: dorala comtinol aigh ocus ímfich debtha imon fianaigecht ... idir Cumull ... ocus Uirgrenn, RC v 197 § 1.

imḟochaid

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x see imḟoichid.

imḟochlaige

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n , f. `? interchange of words, argument' (Plummer MS. notes) : is aire tra ariacht and (=ind) im- ḟochlaighi so itir na feichemnaibh ; ariacht .i. a tecosc, O'C. 1384 (< H 3. 18, p. 629a ).

imḟochraib

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adj d p. In adv. phrase i n-imḟochraib very near: o rancadar longphorta na righ in-a[th]fogus ┐ i n-imfochraib d'araili, CCath. 3389. resiu rainic Cesair ina imfochraib edir, 3421 . ro ceimnighsiot aniar i n-iomfocraibh chille Mocellócc, FM vi 2080.4 .

imḟocus

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x see s.v. 2 imm-.

imḟodail

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n [i,f.] mutual division: bla imfoghla ; crich do teid uisce glaise airm fo leanad ín da comarba, Laws iv 144.10 .

imḟogal

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n ā, f. vn. of imm-fuich (<imb-fo-fich) damage, in- jury ? : faill iar cin apud dlighidh .i. faill do dénum can imfoguil d'íc iar ndénum in cinuidh ... .i. iar faill do dénum imin tincisin =? O'D. 115 (< H 3. 17, col. 92 ) (= iar faill do denum um cina sin cin ic, Laws i 256.30 Comm. )

imḟogbaidetu

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Forms: imfog- baidetith, imfogbaidetid

n t,m., continence : a s. ni cumuing imfog- baidetith nā lanamnas manip tol lasin fer (of a wife), Wb. 9d16 . imfogbaidetid, ib. 18 .

imḟognam

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n u, m.

I service (used of the service given by a base client to his lord in return for a fief) : ceni berat tur- chreic ar imfognam n-airchendai, Corm. Y 81. atmaiter in flaith imfognum ... muna atmar imfognum, O'C. 2084 ( H 4. 22, p. 70a_b ). i.¤ rige rorúad, SR 4918.

II As grammatical term, construction: intan mbís int imfognam fri ainsid dundí as iudica is dú digail teit `when iudica is construed with the accusative it applies to vengeance,' Ml. 72d12 . int immognam i mbí hi sreith rann, Sg. 95a2 . ciall chesta indib ┐ immognam gníma `passive sense in them and active construction,' 142b1 . dligeth nimmognama rann `law of construction of parts,' 2b3 . in immfognam ┐ i ssreith legind `in construction and in order of reading, 30a12 . hi slund gnímo ┐ in immognam, 188b2 .

imḟoichid, imḟochaid

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n i,f. vn. of *imm-fo-saig. act of assailing, impugning, annulling, abrogating contracts or covenants, (Laws) ; `imfoichidhe (g s.) to ignore, annul ,' O'Don. Suppl. iomfoichead .i. foeighiomh .i. gláodh no fuagra O'Cl. : cenn caich ... a fine ... besa treisi fri him- foiched, `the head of all in the fine ... he who is most powerful to sue,' Laws iv 374.5 . (=besid treisiu fri himfoiche, ii 278.24 , ZCP xiv 369 ). cach nord iar na cirt, co n- (? read : cen) imoichid a nubairt a ndechmad, a primite, every order (of the church) is to stay in its right- ful position without abrogating its gifts, tithes, etc. ? iii 32.y . gl. cona emfuaitred ar demon in lucht tuc a nudbarta doib, 34.10 it [t]ualaing na teora ranna so imoicheda cora cele `these three parties are able to disturb the contracts of their husbands,' v 516.24 . ni tualaing im- foichide fine he cannot impugn the contracts of the fine, O'C. 368 (< H 3. 18, p. 206 ). ro fuaitrither ria re imfoichidha cor olcena `the impugning took place before the period of annulling contracts generally,' Laws ii 300.14 . múi mo chain cetmuinter cen nach n-immoichith, Anecd. iii 28.8 . ni bi imfoichid altruma for mac conglais no ambuacht is a mmaithri nama a n-altrum, O'C. 888 (< H 3. 18, p. 396b ). dligid altrum imḟochaid `fosterage merits annulling,' RC xlv 33.4 . ni fil occu 'cá h-im[ḟo]chaid there are no warriors assailing him ?, ZCP iii 216.8 . bati dura ac fulang imfoch- aidhi caich forro `they will be hardy in enduring the assaults of every one upon them,' RC xxiv 174 § 2. Cormac Caem, fri im[ḟ]ochidh `for attack' (Plummer MS. notes), RC xvii 178.11 (Ann. Tig.).

? To this : corarchosced doib a crícha for cech leth cona n-im[ḟ]ochith im chāch immemērath anfīr foraib, ZCP viii 309.1 . nipsa cell cin chlocc, nipsa cruit cin cheis, nipsa hái cin imditin, nipsa neimeth cin imfochaidh, Anecd. ii 60.5 . Cf. dīmiccin an C[h]oimhdiodh, nemeadh cin imfoch- aid (as a sign of degenerate times), ZCP ix 168.22 .

1 imḟoicse

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Forms: n-im- ḟoicsi

n , f. (<imm-ḟocus q.v., s.v. 2 imm-.) close prox- imity ; neighbourhood: ní rofulaing diabal sighin croiche Crist in imfoicsi do, D iv 2, 75rb 39 . o rainic i n-imfhoicsi do, ZCP iv 382.32 . ba he imfoicsi i mbatar il-longphort co cluinedh cach dip glor araile, CCath. 3289. acht is tara- neisi do tuitidis ara n-imḟoicsi do lucht na debhtha, 1871 . ro congain co mor leo imfoicsiu in maru doib, 3494 . rob é tra iomfoicsi boí etir an da longphort cona boí acht bealach coilleadh ... etorra, FM ii 1060.4 .

Attrib. gen. faidhis techta for cenn a laech ┐ a rig n-im- ḟoicsi `his kings in the neighbourhood,' Marco P. § 55.