imḟoichid, imḟochaid

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Forms: imfoichidhe

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.

2 imḟoicse

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adj compar. of imm-ḟocus q.v., s.v. 2 imm-.

imḟoicsigid

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v (imḟoicse) approaches: ro-imḟaigsigh in irghal ┐ ro tendadh in troid `the battle became closer', Fianaig. 90.2 . ba h-e dlus ro h-imnaiscid (imfoicsidhsit, v.l.) na h-airsidi sin co comraictis a troigthi ar n-ichtar ┐ a n-aigthi ar n-uachtar, TTebe 3068 .

imfoilm

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n (3 imm + foilm) the mutual following up of, or prosecuting of a claim ? : cia lín do ernaile eimsaera fuilit itir in flaith ┐ a ceile .u. imfoilmenna imsaera, O'C. 382 ( H 3. 18, p. 216a ).

imḟolach

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n m. act of concealing, covering ; a cover ; concealment: dotaet gusinn imdaigh ┐ rotocaib int imfolach robai tairrsi arnuchtar, Trip. xxxix 3. ba féile dó a immfholach oldás teched ria n-oenlaech díb, TBC 1968. ... co tuighnig ... sroill acca himfolach dia nechtair, D iv 2, 75rb34 . ro gab ... an bert ara muin ┐ a lūireach ime a n-imfolach, Caithr. Cellaig 811. a cloidhmhe a n-ímfhalach fo n-edaighibh, ZCP xx 162.20 . go ndiallait ... ier n-a hi.¤ d'ōrsnāithe, Fl. Earls 236.29 . iarná n-iomfholach isin sneachta, FM vi 1918.13 . buaileas an tslat ... draoidheachta do bhí aige for an gcurrach gur fhágaibh i n-iomfhálach i n-aice na mara é, ITS x 156.23 .

imḟolad

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Forms: imfolta

n `? property, property qualification ' (Plummer, MS. notes) : a p. cach ben deirge lann (read lanamnas, Atk. Gloss. s.v. lann) .i. urnaidm cen imfolta ar a cend `there is a covenant without property concerning her,' Laws iv 58.27 Comm.

imḟolang, imḟulang

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Forms: imfhulaing, imfulaing

n o, m. (perh. orig. o, n. See Críth Gabl. s.v. folog ). vn. of imm-folngi.

(a) the act of causing, effecting, accomplishing ; cause: imfolang nach gnima `the effecting of any deed,' Ml. 80d2 . dind imfolung, gl. de effectu, Ml. 24c17 . oc immfolung ind óir promthi `making proved gold,' 38d18 . do immofoluṅg déesse duitsiu, Acr. 6c3 ( Thes. ii 3.29 ). ma dogabthar chetamus a fít is imfolang galir són `if a man's allowance be suddenly dimi- nished, that will cause sickness,' Mon. Tall. 152.8 . fodáilter dona tuathaib fri himfhulang n-ícce, PH 6358. tria im- fhulang in aicnid spirutalda `per effectum spiritualis poten- tiae,' 6747 .

Here seems to mean effect: imfolang a chomairle son `the effect of his council,' Ml. 30d22a .

(b) the act of sustaining, supporting ; means of support : fri imfolang ar mbethad `to support our life,' Ml. 20d5 . batir banbrugaid son ┐ batar maithi do imfulung na fían, Corm. Y 1018 ( Anecd. iv 87.12 ). ata lanamuin i tuaith dlegtai a notrus .i. a nimfulung, Ériu xii 10 § 9. d'imfulang a mathar ocus a n-athar, Laws i 138.18 Comm. imfulang na cetmuintire fri re tri mbliadan, 232.22 . (gl. folach cet- muintire, 230.24 ). nocha nindlightuch do ma cunic a imfulung (of receiving a large supply of stock), ii 226.9 Comm. atait secht n-imfuiling, no sechta imfuilingter isin tuaith ┐ is doilig a n-imfulang `seven cases of maintenance,' v 312.6 Comm. bo bis ac imḟulang a cisa do fhlaith no do eclais `a cow which pays (viz., serves as payment of) his rent to the chief,' 260.12 Comm. do gebhdis a sasadh do ghrés gan saothar ndaonna aga niomḟulang, Mart. Don. 102.16 . ic a nertad ┐ ic a n-imfhulang co riachtatar sruth nEordanen, LB 123b39 . go ndarubdatar féithe do chride ... connach fail féith itir ic a immuluṅg, TBC 4387. is e connic ind uli dúl aicside ┐ nemaicside do airitin ┐ do imfulang, Alex. 451. a n-imfhulang ┐ a gcongbāil suass a mbethaidh ┐ a n-edaigib, Fl. Earls 180.18 . go ffuil a uile riachtanuss ┐ imfulang ann badhdēin `all its necessaries and support are supplied by itself,' 182.7 . diarraidh ... choblaigh go n-iomfhulancc lóin ┐ ordanais móir do chor co hErinn, FM v 1728.x .

Gen. used attributively, enduring, strong: da tharb ... ua chuing adbail imfhulaing , TTebe 212 . co slabradaib ailli ordaib imfulaing eistib, 465 . tre eirr imchail imfhu- laing ... chath-sceith, MR 266.9 .

(c) the act of permitting, allowing: is socar duna tuathaib imḟulung na ndaine co cintaibh accu tall isin tuaith `to suffer the people with crimes among them in the territory,' Laws v 30.3 Comm.

(d) the act of carrying, removing: cethrar aca imfhulong `four carrying him,' Ir. Review 1912, 250 § 12 . masa cunntubairteach bāis an t-othair nocha ndleagar a imfhu- laing co haithle na naomaighi, O'C. 305 (< H 3. 18, p. 167 ). baegal a imulung ria noemaid manar foccail liaig, O'D. 1666 (< H 5. 15, p.24b ).

imḟolngide

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Forms: imfolngidi

adj io, iā, (? <imḟolang or ? part. of imm-folngi) effective: pl. neph imfolngidi gl. inefficaces, Ml. 17a5 .

imḟolngidid

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Forms: imfolngidid, imfolngidid

(imḟolngide) adv. ind imfolngidid gl. effec- tionaliter, Ml. 55b1 . ind imfolngidid (MS. inimfolngid) gl. affectionaliter, 27d14 .

imḟorad

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Forms: imfhoraidh

n (? <1 imm + farrad, q.v.) vicinity ? g s. tancatar lucht an imfhoraidh fai, Lism.L. 4228.