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.

imláine

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n , f. (imlán) completeness, wholeness, totality, sound- ness, perfection: i n-uage .i. i n-imlaine, Fél.² xxv gl. 255 . deimnighes iomlaine bliadhan na naossa o chruthughadh an domhain go gein Críost 5199 , Leb. Gab. 4.19 . ní fhaghuim ... iomláine na himthechta `a full account of the proceed- ings,' TFrag. 182.8 . ge do innsiomair aráill do miorbuilibh Moeog, ní hé a niomlaine do innsiomair, BNnÉ 189 § 40. an fer sin do teacht chugadsa a niomlaine `that the man come to thee whole and sound,' 111 § 49 . an ccongmhann tusa hiomláine a ccomhnuigh `dost thou still retain thine integrity?' Job ii 9. gu líonfuidhe sibh ré huile iomláine Dé `with all the fulness of God,' Eph. iii 19. ré hiomláine na diaghachta féin, Donlevy 28.18 .

imláinius

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n [u, m.] (imláine): plenitudo .i. fo imlāinius , Corm. Y 765.

imlainne

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n (imm + 1 lainne) greediness : mét inna imlainne, Ml. 62 a 2 . is ant ro-uci fair imlainni immin fírinni 'it is then that he takes upon himself a greediness for justice' Ériu xxiii 29.138 .

imlaít

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Forms: imlaíd, imlúid

n f. imlaíd, imlúid f. IGT Decl. § 13. the act of changing, exchanging; change, exchange: damadh áil let-sa do dhén- aind imlaid riut `I would exchange with thee,' Im. Brain 70.3 . doronadh imlaéid áinignech etarra interchange of blows, IT ii2 139.418 . ór i n-inad airgit in imlaid sin, Caithr. Thoirdh. 11.17 . fad mairfid ... ésca ag imlaidib `as long as ... moons wax and wane,' 74.37 . a mileatacht do claechlud ocus do chertimlaít ar thlás, MR 314.19 . go n-iomláit cloidhemh is con `exchanging swords and hounds,' Duan. Finn i 59.10 . iomlaoid chomhráidh, tagra cam ar phunc oile ┐ dul suas on cconsboid ata do lathair change of sub- ject, Luc. Fid. 315.19 . robhen an trénbhuidhen ... iomlaoid ionaid ┐ malairt áite díobh compelled them to shift their ground, FM v 1646.11 . mairg fhuair an iomlaoid cceirde `woe to him who has got a new craft,' Gadelica i 13 § 15. críoch Bhregh ... atá a himlaoid égcomthrom `her alter- native is all unequal,' O'Gr. Cat. 479.3. mór ndíoth do ḟionnmaoid orra | do bhíoth d'iomlaoid eatorra, TD 26 § 12 crosmaoidne h' iomlaoid anma ort, 22a § 19 . do-ghénmuis imlúid ḟir dhána | ar ḟinnbhrúid ngil málla móir, IGT Decl. ex. 610. clíar ag mealladh Mairghréige | ní íarr earradh iomláoide, ex. 430 .

mistake, error: gur tré iomlaoid agus tré ainbhfeas tárla dhó sgaradh ris, ITS xxiv 18.30 . do imthigh iomlaoid gaisgidh air aniugh agus do cailleadh a gheasa, 14.24 . See imlat.

imlán

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adj o, ā (In Mid. Ir. imlán and imṡlán are often confused and it is sometimes difficult to distinguish them as the meanings are very similar) very full, whole, complete, per- fect: totum .i. imlán, Lor. Gild. 243. iomlan gan einní dá dhí nó dá theasdughadh, Eg. Gl. 211. ni cheil cach súi segda slán | manidcloe ergna n-i.¤ , SR 7442. indara n-ai is laithe lan | araile is adaig imlan, 20 . báidfid in n-abaind n-imṡláin (imlan, v.l.) `he shall drown the brimming river,' Met. Dinds. iii 180.178 . athesc allata i.¤ , LL 299a17 . co m-bíd ... a cnámu ina m-briscbruar ┐ a lethar immlán impu, LB 156b48 . cid mor cid bec no-chaithind bat imlana iat-seom beos, PH 514. ro-bádus ... bliadain i.¤ for oen lepaid, PH 2777. do batar xx aidche imslan i sil Muredaig, Ann. Conn. 1249 § 8. nach ffacamur leabar dá short as líonmuire ┐ as iomlaine inás, Gorm. 2.6 . maille folmugad i.¤ `with complete purging,' Rosa Ang. 254.12 . fíréantacht iomlán, TSh. 1860. is trosgadh iomlán ann `perfectum ieiunium,' 8285 . ní raibhe aon rí iomlán díobh gan bheith fó chíos ... ag ríoghaibh Éireann `full king' (i.e. indepen- dent), Keat. i 208.2 . an mhuintir nach deárnaidh leoir- ghníomh iomlán, Donlevy 48.5 . ionnus go ndiúltfamaois ní as iomláine d'ar dtoil, Donlevy 146.24 . Adv. do chuir a ccinn uile go hiomlán aran ngad, Comp. Con C. 132.26 . ri ro gabasdair flaitheas ... an domhain mhoir uili go himlan, CF 3. do baisted co himlān a creidium na Crīstaidi hē, ZCP xiii 183.35 . diúltadh go hiomlán d'aiteas ┐ do shámhus na colna, Donlevy 146.20 . an nglacann sé Críosd go hiom- lán, 246.20 .

As subst. o, m. the whole: mar bhíos na chlí ag iomrádh air don iomlán `doth proclaim Him unto all,' Arch. Hib. i 100 § xviii . dá mbeith iomlán an chreidimh agam `omnem fidem,' TSh. 9413. an t-iomlán dín ó fhear agus ó mhnaoi, Donlevy 62.26 . iomlán crú do chuirp neamhdha | mar do dhoirt tú, a Thighearna, Aithd.D. 92 § 24. créad dom briathraibh bhréagnuighe | ... | an é an t-iomlán nó an éinní, Content. xxi § 5 . cuiridh sé ... mor-pheacadh marbh- tha a gceann an iomláin da chionntaibh, Donlevy 286.7 . See imṡlán.

imlánaid

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v (imlán) completes, perfects: indic. pres. s. 3 rel. an sagart iomlánus í (sc. an aithrighe) ris an gcuit-si na habsolóidi, Mac Aingil 374.16 .

imlat

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n o, m.

(a) the act of moving, changing (from one position to another) trans.; motion: an oenchos do bhí ag iomlat a chuirp faoi, RC xxix 130.15 . gibé ... iomlat do ghenasan, do ghena an íomháigh mar an ccedna, O'Hussey T.C. 22.y . gan lámh ag iomlat mh'éadaigh `changing, or removing my clothes,' Measgra D. 62.26 . ?Intrans. stiuir ón rígh do rin an fhairrge | dóibh chum iomluit, Ó Bruad. i 100.16 . Fig. m'iomlat eadraibh níor fhéad sinn (i.e. between husband and lover), Dánta Gr.² 41.61 . is d'iomalat beatha na healta so anuas do thuit `from the irregular life,' Ó Bruad. iii 176.z . In concrete sense transport: do thadhaill iomlat aidhme is ionamhais `he visited transports of stores and munitions,' ib. 148.7 .

(b) the act of wielding or plying (a weapon); play (of a weapon), brandishing: ionnus nár bféidir leis a airm d'iom- lad ina thimchell, Ériu v 192.533 . mairg tarla fa i.¤ a arm, ML² 1787. cosg éanlá ní headh budh lat | is a n-arm aca ar iomlat, DDána 5 § 4.

(c) act of changing, transforming; change: a sgáth féin do mhill an mac | do bhí bhós agá iomlat, Dánta Gr.² 16.82 . aithnim thú d'aimhdheóin h'iomlait, 41.82 . teacht i gclí Mhuire na mhac | Rí na n-uile is dá iomlat, A. Ó Dálaigh xlviii 29 . Seaán Mór, an dara mac, | fuair oigh- reacht Airt gan iomlat `obtained A.'s inheritance without change (?),' TD 32 § 52. focal ar fhocal, gan iomlat, gan mhalairt, Luc. Fid. 325.9 .

(d) the act of exchanging; exchange; requital: nir chaith- siott caoicidhis ... gan seoitt ┐ techtuirecht da n-iomlat eatorra, Ériu iv 56.4 . mo chuid airgid do thabhairt do luchd iomluit exchangers , Mattw. xxv 27. a fhiadh nách éidigh iomlat `which it would be pleasant to exchange another for,' Measgra D. 51.36 . do-ghéan mo dhíthcheall iomlait requital , 26.44 . tearc mo shamhail d'fhior iomlait few men are my equal in retaliating, 60 . do thogh mé tar do Mhac-sa | budh aithreach an t-iomlat-sa | an saoghal ..., Dán Dé xv 12. ní dhingne an fear ga bhfuil Éadaoin | iomlat cruidh nach cead le a mhnaoi, Aithd.D. 31 § 39.

bandying (of words), abuse: 's iad so an sionnach is an cat | Tadhg Lughaidh lán leór d'iomlat `much given to abuse,' Content. xi § 13 . exchanging (claims, blows): fa luamhairecht etir dā theinid in tesarguin sin ... ┐ ba h-imlat etir dā t[h]einid ... a imlat san etir Mog Nuadad ┐ sluag Ulad, ML² 1142. See imlaít.

imlecad

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n the act of releasing, letting go: i.¤ dona cuic setaib, Laws i 96.1 Comm. súgad ┐ imlécad a anala, Corm. 36.31 (s.v. prúll).

imlecán

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Forms: im- leagán

n (<imbliu with double dimin. termination). im- leagán, m. IGT Decl. § 35. navel: umdaim .i. ab umb[i]lico .i. imlicen, Corm. Y 1299. roithit a fésóga a n-imlecain dóib, RC xxiv 380.20 . an nescoid bis let anís don imlican, Rosa Ang. 192.7 . ni h-eidir fuiliughad orum acht am' imleagan (imlican, imlecan, v.ll.), ITS xix 52.29 . níor gearradh himleacán, Ezech. xvi 4. lán do dhoigh 's do dhriubhragán | an clár ḟoil ós mh'imleagán, IGT Decl. ex. 918.

Fig. middle, central point: ic imlican urgna na hErenn, ic raith na rigraide i Temraig, Ériu viii 24.6 . i.¤ oirechais Ērenn ... Temair co n-a tuathaib, ML² 1411. ga háoin- fhiodh as coitcheann a n-earnuile ┐ as imleagán ┐ as forbhadh a n-urd (of a word), IGT Introd. 5 § 10.