imgnae

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Forms: h-imgnae, imgnu

n io anointing?: a s. forruma lobair fri h-imgnae mbáis (=fri hidna mbáis, Ériu ii 210.4 ), LB 204b22 . a ríoghdhamhna ... do beith fri hiomgno mbais, FM vi 2216.z . d s. dul do precept ┐ oiffrinn ┐ imgnu mbais (works allowable on Sunday—evidently of a priest visiting a dying man), Anecd. iii 22.4 .

imgonach

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adj o, ā (imguin) striking round about, combative: adv. do freagradar clanna Baiscne co hathlum imghonach iad, CF 334. ní ba iomghonach (v.l.), Tec. Corm. § 19.24 .

imgonaid

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n i,m. (imguin) a striker: imgonaid (imgonad, iomghonach, v.l.) cech lond, Tec. Corm. § 15.9 . ní ba im- gonaid (iomghonach v.l.) ar ná ba mélachtach, § 19.24 .

imgress

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[n ā, f.] mutual attack: nat riam romuinset imgressa coicriche coir na cert, Anecd. ii 49.2 .

1 imguin

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Forms: imguin, imguin, imguin, imguin, himgona, imguin, imghonuib

n i,m. and f. (guin orig. n.). There may be two words here, imguin vn. of imm-goin, and imguin (<3 imm + guin). It is not always possible to distinguish. Below, exx. under I are probably the former and II the latter. n s. ind imguin , SR 5098. in imguin , AU i 512.8 . g s. na himgona , LL 19b9 . IGT Decl. ex. 864. d s. dind imguin , LU 3792 (SC). d p. imghonuib, ML² 1845.

I the act of making a slaughter, waging war, slaying; slaughter, battle, conflict: iar scís imgona ┐ imforráin dóib, LU 1611. co ruc Meadb ... slān leis tre nert imgona, Ériu ii 180.17 . is amlaid bís mo chú cháem chain | oc i.¤ ós analaib, TBC 531. an bhantracht ... | dha loisgedh is dha n-iomghain, Ériu i 26.164 . rind aig ┐ imgona fer n- hErend, TBC 5331. ar uaman a himgona dona harmaibh, St. Ercuil 825. toísech imgona leader, captain: Leluis ainm in óclaigh, taisech imghona la Césair hé, CCath. 625. raorddaig Priaim aéntúsech imgona arna sluagaib, TTr. 1325. bá taoísech imghona eiside, FM vi 1898.12 . ro mebaid in cath ... | ocus roscail ind i.¤ , SR 5098. ro shiacht in i.¤ co dun Echdach, AU i 512.8 . batar sonairte seom im cach n-i.¤ , IT i 74.20 . cor toit Tindi 'san i.¤ (of a duel), Ériu ii 180.10 . co torachtar in n-i.¤ imon cathraig, Ériu ii 26 § 8 , nobíd tra ind i.¤ eter lá ┐ aidchi immon dún, RC viii 54.19 . a mheic Cuinn nár ob iomghuin, TD 6 § 14. ann gach iomghuin ... idir iad féin agus a dhearbhrathair, Maguires of F. § 79. mairg fer budh cuid coindmedha | duid ar ḟedh na himghona, IGT Decl. ex. 864.

II the act of reciprocally wounding or slaying; reciprocal wounding or slaying: do ghabhadar aig imbualadh agus aig iomghuin sgiath agus ceann agus cathbharr a chéile, Comp. Con C. 131.4 . do gon cách a chēile dīb ... gurbo crēithir c[h]om-tholla na cuirp ō imghonuib na craīsech, ML² 1845. da thoit re Dunlang cach oen ro an re hi.¤ ocus re himbualad dib, Cog. 184.1 . imguin fri contending with: aingel De ... | bai ic i.¤ fri Iacob, SR 3046. bid i.¤ fri scáth i.¤ friu `conflict with them will be fighting a shadow,' BDD² 782. ni urfaoma righ na righdamna hi rathaighes friut, ar ni tualaing imgona friut iman anfír, O'C. 2486 (< Eg. 88, fo. 39 (40)c ) tr. `you cannot challenge him to combat if he defaults,' Plummer MS. notes. imguin la fighting along with: mene beth Meneru[a], bandei in gaiscid, ac imguin leo, TTebe 3171 .

2 ? imguin:

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ind ba ferr a comaitecht ocus a n-i.¤ ocus tuidecht dóib dochum a tíre oldaas a tuitim la náimtiu, IT i 75.7 .

imirt

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x see imbert.

imlabrad

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[n u, m.] the act of answering back: fecht dia cúala in guth glan | in mac alla oc i.¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 218.10 .

imlaíd

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x see imlaít.

imlaide

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x see imṡlaide.

imlaídid, imladaid

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v (imlaít, imlat) i or ā exchanges: do imláidedar na sluaigh a slegha re céle, Caithr. Thoirdh. 67.17 . do iomlataidís ann háonuighibh `which they traded,' Ezech. xxvii 12.