imḟordol

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n great error: comet cen toirsi, cen tór | a toimsi cen imḟordol, SR 2458. dá chlar déc 'mon dorus ṅdron | cain tomus cen immfordol, 4234 . in-aimsir Hele cen chol | co nglere cen imḟorddol, 7106 . ri rofaed droṅg ṅdotchaid ṅdúb | 'sin dorcraid cen imforddúl, 7618 . romiscnigsetar Dia ṅdron | a chlanna cen immardol, 2410 .

imḟorgab

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n later imḟorgam (2 imm- + forgab, q.v. The third ex. below may be 3 imm- + f.) thrusting: nīcon fidirsom in fer ind imḟorgub (i nimforgub, LU) fris `he did not know that a man was trying to strike him' (Faraday), TBC² 1509. ba lúath mo chéim cen fordul | hi cathaib oc imforcum, LU 1308. ní ḟagadh nech ... imḟorgamh gona no buille ar a chele, TBC 5656 (St.).

imḟormat

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I (3 imm + format) n mutual jealousy: noi ngrad nime ... | im rig na n-uile n-adhbar | ... | cen imhuail, cen immḟormat (imforbat, MS), SR 556. raerig im[fh]ormad ... iter na da mac sin, TTebe 310 . tre imḟormat ḟocail oireachtais do rala eatorra, FM v 1078.1 .

II (2 imm + format) great jealousy , see s.v. 2 imm-.

imḟorrach

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n n. (? 2 imm + forrach, q.v.) great dispute ? : fasais imfhorrach n-ura etarra fa sétaibh `a bitter (?) quarrel grew up between them concerning the jewels,' Marco P. § 149.

imḟorrán

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Forms: amarrán, t-imm- [ḟ]orrán, imorran, imorrain, immḟorráind, n-imforrun, imforran, imforrain, imforran, immorāin

n later amarrán m. and f. (see forrán) n s. in t-imm- [ḟ]orrán , Ériu i 130.38 . ind imorran , IT i 269.22 . a s. imorrain, LU 10196. g s. ind immḟorráind , RC xx 12 § 16. d s. i n-imforrun , ZCP iv 389.22 . a n- imforran , CCath. 5272. asind imforrain , 3880 . g p. imforran, RC xxiv 186.12 .

(a) great violence, mutual violence, (it is not always possible to distinguish between these two meanings), contest ; as vn. act of contending: iomfhorran .i. cathughadh, O'Cl. iar scis imgona ┐ imforráin dóib, IT ii2 214.63 . tucthar biedh issin tech ocus coiscter ind imorran co tair an fleid, i 269.22 . ro immir tra in slúag cechtarda imforrán for a cele, iii 486.319 . firfaider in t-imm[ḟ]orrán, Ériu i 130.38 . fotha ... cach imforran imforgensad etarro, RC xxiv 186.12 . in da luib ... itchondarcais i n-imforrun fria aroile, ZCP iv 389.22 . co cualatar aní ... dresacht inna roth, imorrain ind láith gaile, scretgaire na n-arm, LU 10196. suaill nach facbat a n-inna la himforran na ccath n-allmuirech, TBC 5615. in n-imtruastadh ocus a n-imforran an cat[h]a, CCath. 5272. ba deimin la slógu na dedeltais asind imfor- rain gan cath, 3880 . ba himnár leis na braithribh ... im[ḟ]orrán catha atarru féin, 2295 . ba mor rig ... ┐ toisech ... rodus tinoil tria iumforran for náimtib `on account of his victory over his enemies,' Alex. 380. a gillai geib m' ech it láim | ná tí nech dom imḟorráin `let none come to trouble me,' Met. Dinds. i 50.62 . As vn. : do faethsad oc immorāin ar būaib Ulad isinnāth, TBC² 1091. cf. iomfhorran .i. compráid, O'Cl.

(b) misfortune, distress: ionnus go bhféadaid ... a n-amfhorrán féin d'fhionnachtain, TSh. 6101. ag caoineadh a amarráin féin, 2140 .

1 imḟortacht

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n ā, f. (3 imm + fortacht) mutual assistance: fobíth immḟortachta ┐ comairchisechta dóib co bráth, Ériu vi 149.78 .

2 imḟortacht

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n ā, f. (2 imm + fortacht) the act of helping: fir n-Erenn isin dail sin uili ac imfortacht do righ Erenn ica denomh, IT iii 198 § 35. atracht Filoces ... do imfurtacht inn eccomluind buí foran athach `to help the giant in his unequal contest,' St. Ercuil 283.

imḟorus

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n o,n. `? change of forus, i.e., the removal of a dis- tress from the `forus' or pound where it ought legally to be' (Plummer MS. notes), ` evasion of the home or residence ,' O'Don. Suppl. s.v. iomorus : imorus nathgabala, Laws ii 128.1 . is ann do beir sium athgabail do nech do gnither a imforus, O'C. 803 (< H 3. 18, p. 372a ).

imḟossaigid :

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v gur imfossaidh in Cuach for belaibh Colmáin `till the bowl stopped in front of C.', RC xxvi 374.24 . Cf. fossaigid.

imḟostad

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x see imḟastad.

imḟrecrae

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n io,n. vn. of imm-freccair.

(a) correspondence: atá imfrecrae etir inna cethri fersu, Ml. 58a11 . etir sed exaltauiita ata imfrecrae dano, 136c3 . ní rochosmaili imrecra na rand `rhymes,' Fél.² ccviii gl. 129 . uulgaris immorro, du i mbi imrecra sillab ocus cethraimthin ocus leth-rann, Lib. Hymn. 64.57 . is cobfhid in focal ind imfrecra `the word made to correspond is the same in vowel,' Auraic. 1513. co robe an fid cetna beas isna foclaib in imfreccrai, 958 . gu robe in fidh cetna bes isind imrecru na tarmthort- cheand `that the same vowel may stand in the corresponding part of the endings,' 920 . iar ndligud imfrecrai cach baill díaraile, RC xxv 244 § 20.

(b) exchange (lit. mutual answering) : imfreagra a n-diub- raic[th]e (of slinging stones), RC xvi 78.9 .