imm-acallatar

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Forms: immusa- caldat, immusacaldatar, imusnacallatar, immanárladmar, im- musnarlasatar, imacallsat

v converse together: indic. pres. p. 3 immusa- caldat (leg. immusacaldatar?, Ed.), Ml. 131c19 . fecht and imusnacallatar (sic leg., i.¤ do, text) Ailill ┐ Medb ┐ Fergus, IT ii2 226.1 . Subj. pres. perf. p. 1 immanárladmar pro- vided we converse together, Wb. 29d 10 . Perf. p. 3 im- musnarlasatar fir Herend etorro monetir, LU 9744. Pret. p. 3 active imacallsat meic Miled i sléib Mis ┐ Banba, LL 13a11 (=imagaillsead, BB 40a7 ). See also under imma n-.

imm-acci

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Forms: immanacci, immaic- cetsom, immusaiccichet, 'manaiccigtis, mmanaca, mafaccatar, n-imracacha, imcasti

v indic. pres. s 3 immanacci, Ml. 17b6 . p. 3 immaic- cetsom, FA § 5. fut. p. 3 immusaiccichet, Trip.² 1841. sec. fut. p. 3 ní 'manaiccigtis , 2511 . pret. s. 3 a mmanaca , TBC² 2981. p. 3 con mafaccatar , TBC 1326. perf. s. 3 a n-imracacha , LU 10793. Verb. necess. imcasti gl. con- sideranda, Ml. 18d22 .

looks after, regards, examines, con- siders: isnaib dulib doforsat ┐ immanaccai `in the elements that He created and watches over,' Ml. 17b6 . inní nadnimcai ate immaaccai `is it a thing He does not consider? Yes. He considers it,' 114a15 . in tí uma aici menma na n-uile, O'C. 2587 (< Eg. 88, fo. 49 (50)d ). imaicci fer spirdo laim Chuirc, Anecd. iii 57.17 . erdam orda fria anes. Is trít- sede immaiccetsom fúath ocus foscugud muintire nime, LU 1985. a n-imracacha intí Eochaid imbi co n-acca in n-ócláech, 10793 .

sees, perceives: conmafaccatar (con facatar, v.l.) in n-eta do gésib, TBC 1326. como facca a mathair ic fodail loma ┐ feola do bochtaib, Todd Nenn. 212.5 . In pers. reciprocal const.: immuncualamar ní munaccamar, Wb. 18d3 . immusaiccichet días two shall see each other, Trip.² 1841.

See also under imma n-.

immaccus

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x see -ḟocus under 2 imm.

immach, ammach

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(lit. into the plain, Thurn. Gramm. § 130 ). Also mach, Celtica iv 100 . adv. loc. and temp.

I

(a) Loc. out, outwards: lotar maic Uisnig i.¤ , IT i 73.6 . manbad a lúas tísa ammach, LU 3771. maidit immach dano assind liss, Sc.MMD² § 18. tócabair immach, TBFr. 265. bérthair dam ┐ tindi dí ammach, BDD² 570. ra érig Laeg remi immach, MU² 222. atraig Laban ... | 'mach ar cenn meic a shethar, SR 2950. ocus doridnacht do immach | claideb Golai gér golach, 6191 . an immaig ┐ cogarar duit imach, Lat. Lives 6.2 . beiridh in fechem toicheda a gell ina láim amach re ré n-anta, Laws i 208.27 . lingthi immach do-beir do ammaig imm ┐ arbor, LL 286b30 . a hindarba a Tír Tairngire amach, Ériu iii 152.2 . teit si a haenur ambach, RC vi 174.z . do tilg amach fon muir iatt, St. Ercuil 2578. dobean a soighed- bholc amach `she plucked away his quiver,' TTebe 3759 . roimpatar-sum ammach dochum in rig, 750 . adc[h]onairc oilén uada imach, Caithr. Cellaig 260.

With vb. of motion, or analogous vb., not expressed : ara choímtheacht a taig immach to accompany him in going out of the house, Críth Gabl. 585. mad do [t]argaidhsimh fein a lan amach `if he himself has offered to pay the full amount out,' Laws iv 256.16 . nír faei i tig as mbi eggna suillsi tenead immach, BDD² 175. a di láim tri derca ṡedluch a llenith immach, IT i 119.24 . mar lān mara a-mach 's a-muig, Arch. iii 240 § 36. lesc le fer a mallbō amach | isin tsamlō geal grianach, 244 § 5. trí caogad curadh ... amach ┐ asteach `(going) out and (coming) in,' RC xxix 118 § 17. rogeall in ben an gai amach `the woman promised (to send out the spear),' v 203 § 26 . co letrad feóil ┐ lethar o'n chnáim immach, PH 7213. feadh amhairc ón mhúr amach, TD 8 § 9.

Afar, abroad: Cluain Cesáin ro clos amach `as Cluain Chesáin it was heard of afar,' SG 105.1 . bantrocht nach bec mess immach `womankind not small in esteem abroad,' Met. Dinds. iii 14.175 .

do-beir ... immach dispenses: in taenmacc rig ... is mō fuair ┐ tuc amach, ZCP viii 111.13 .

? fo-ceird i.¤ loses ? : rotchúalasa ... ind ingen rod[a]láa immach oco íarmóracht, TBFr. 332 (but cf. roda lláus im- mudu, ib. 168 ).

léicid i.¤ releases, lets loose: in bantrocht da lecud immach do ṡaigid in meic, TBC 1357. lec Barabás dún amach ┐ crochthar Ísu, PH 2814. do leicc se Prim ... ro bui a ndaeirsi ac Ercuil amach, St. Ercuil 750. leigid bur cruidh ┐ bur cethra amach, 1946 .

téit tar ... i.¤ goes beyond, transgresses: mar dochuaidh Luxcifer tar recht amach, RC xxiv 372.9 .

(b) Temp. esp. in phrase ó ṡin immach from that time forwards, henceforth: ba cara do Patraic he o sein immach, Thes. ii 307.8 ( Hy. II pref. ). tesbuidh a leth eineclund fri cach itir on tres fecht amach, Laws i 56.8 . co nach íbad fín o uair na fledi-se immach, PH 5236. a tuarascbáil do thabhairt ó sin immach, MU² 786. ōn aimsir sin amach, Fl. Earls 176.25 . ō aimsir mac Mīled mach Corp. Gen. 100 (Rawl. 128 b 24) . Used absolutely : dílsi dó cnocc Búi amach | ó Búa ingin Rúadrach its more proper style is henceforth Cnocc Bui from Bua, Met. Dinds. iii 40.11 .

Of passing or spending time, out, away: with vb. : ar gcaitheamh na bliadhna amach, Keat. iii 1913. Vb. not expressed : nói ṁ-bliadhna d'a smacht immach | coromarb Fachtna Fathach, Todd Lect. iii 194.12 . vii ṁbliadna fa míad immach | ba rí Níall fianna Frassach, LL 130a22 .

II Fig.

(a) Esp. in phrase ó ṡin immach besides, exclusive of, as well, moreover: a comcetfaidib flatha .i. Laegairi ocus Corc ocus Daire .i. fer n-Erenn o sin amach `of the men of Ireland besides them,' Laws i 208.13 Comm. dogabhat- tar caora dona caorchaibh ... ┐ mar docenglatar hi, do lensat na caoirigh o sin amach ceterae oves, BNnÉ 56 § 63. co ffuil sochar mor accam gacha domhnaigh ... ┐ annsa feiltibh Muire uile ┐ gach uile lá ele o sin amach crochtar ┐ piantar me every other day excepting those, 67 § 102. dob anshocair ard a bhrúaich ┐ doba becc cruinn an t-oilén féin ó sin amach, 68 § 108. más ┐ nutmic ┐ cach uile spísrad ó ṡin amach, Maund. § 159. Cáilte is Oisín amach | maraen téigdís gach n-aenach Caoilte and Oissin excepted, SG 100.24 . coná baoí enní isin tír o ghlas geata ... amach nach baoí for a chumas, FM vi 2006.4 . go bhfuil an uile, uatha féin amach, ar seachrán `except themselves,' Desid. 4055. ó bhailtibh móra amach `the big towns excepted,' Keat. i 60.20 .

(b) With vbs. of speaking, openly, straight out: adubairt hIrúath amach `Herod spoke out,' Ériu iv 178.19 . an[n]sein rocuingid amach `then it was asked openly,' 180 § 35 .

(c) As emphasising adv. : éirigh is mill in mnāi amach `arise and utterly ruin the woman,' Ériu iv 178 § 25. ata drem nach sithach dib | ... | is mo da milled amach | inas cis na Fomorach `who do more for its utter ruin,' Ériu viii 4.17 . díth na bfian fa mór amach, SG 92.2 . cath do chaoín- eadar mna amach `a battle mourned to the full (?),' Duan. Finn ii xlvii § 6 . fuair deilb col-lí molta immach `she took on a radiant form beyond praise,' Met. Dinds. iv 140.111 . is é sin cēt cath amach | Iudadh agus Cristaigech the very first conflict, ZCP viii 115 § 18.

immachor, immochor

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n (meaning same as imchor q.v., but may be of different origin ?<imm-fo-cor).

I

(a) act of carrying, bearing (trans.) : cethir fichit ar chét long ... batar fri himmochor a slóg for transporting, Alex. 96. techta úann fri himachor ar sídha ... co hAlax- andir, 445 . a leabar salm dh'imochar etarra ┐ a aidi, Lism.L. 4046. o medon lái cu nóna don rig for immachor being carried, Thr. Hom. 70.29 . dā dam ... ┐ crōchar co coimnert 'ga imac[h]ur eatarru, Caithr. Cellaig 616. cuirit na fir for iomochur eisiomh gus an ngleann, Hugh Roe 24.6 . na cuirp chealgacha ... atá ré hiomachor a n-anam, TSh. 2070. máoidhimh é d'anáir m'athar | sé d'ḟagháil re a iomachar, IGT Decl. ex. 446. luathaidh féin fear h'iomacbair `quicken thy bearer's pace,' Irish Review 1913, 623 § 2 .

(b) ? In concrete sense, vehicle: ó Chill Muine ... | go tracht Erenn ... | le hen lá gan iomachar `from Menevia ... to Ireland in a single day without transport,' BNnÉ 224.2 .

II Fig. act of enduring, suffering (trouble, etc.) : tóir nach éidir d'iomachur `a chase that cannot be borne,' Ériu ix 164 § 11 . a dhaoineise lén dochar an aithrighe d'iomachar, Dán Dé vi 23. gidh iomdha ag oighre a athar | diomdha oirne ar iomachar, xxi 32 . supporting: is dilliuchta an eigsi ┐ an eladha gan fear a himochair `without a man to support them,' AU ii 472.29 .

? immachtad

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n (? 2 imm + 1 machtad) great wonder (?) : dí biait déc arra na .lll. cenimmachtad `twelve repetitions of the Beati are a substitute for the hundred and fifty Psalms without ... ,' Rule of Céli Dé § 23.

immaclaide, immaclaid

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Forms: imaclaid

adj (3 imm + aclaide. imaclaid `is rather a miswriting than a secondary form,' Thurn., Stud. in E. Ir. Law 27 ). mutually causing liability to a fine: ni fuaslaici a sochuru do neoch do-ruirmed ma beith cach comsa cen imamainsi cen imaclaid[i] `ohne gegenseitiges Busspflichtig-Machen,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 27.6 . ro suigid- eadh na cana so o tosach domain co diaig cen imaclaid, Laws v 480.23 . cis lir cain i tir na bi imaclaid la Feine, 480.8 . in tan do-n-icfat na himaclaide seo, 480.19 .

immacúairt

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x see cúairt.

immad, immaid

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Forms: imadh, imaidh, imtha, iomaidh, iomtha

(?<imbuith vn. of imm-tá) m. and f. imadh g s. imaidh, imtha m. IGT Decl. § 49. iomaidh g s. iomtha f., ib. § 189.

the act of contending ; envy, jealousy, rivalry, strife: iomadh ┐ iomaidh .i. tnúth, lucht iomtha .i. lucht tnútha, O'Cl. buidhen choisge einfhir iomtha `a company to bridle any one at all that seeks to rival them,' O'Gr. Cat. 510.10. tech n-imtha do sechna, Sits 1912, xxv 489.5 (obscure; ? leg. ce tech nimthā do ṡechna Éigse xiii 96 § 5 ). ní fuil d'écsib Innsi Fáil | fear imtha ac áibill tSoláin `the spark of Solán does not possess an opponent amongst the bards of Innisfáil' Ériu iv 220 § 30. Niall Ó Néill is fear fromhtha | is léir ar a fhear n-iomtha `Niall O Néill is a proved warrior—this is shown by the state of his foe,' Aithd.D. 15.16 . an daonnacht ... gan uabhar gan iomaidh, Ó Bruad. ii 178.10 . sluagh Luighne, nár loc iomuidh (: Gaileanguigh) `who never shrank from combat,' TD 32.24 . mh'fhoghlaidh agus mh'aingeal | fan anmain ag iomadh, Dán Dé viii 8. rosaí mar na lilí ... ag iomadh fá bhórd a béil, ITS xvii 233.1 . ? To this : ben imtha gl. pellex, Sg. 68b9 . atconnuic dano a ben imtha-si aislingi `her serving-woman,' Lism.L. 799. ? re hingin Taidg in taibh gil | ader os damh is aithnidh | do bean imtha a bean beartha | ní fhindfa hfear einleaptha, 23 E 29, fo. 121b9 .

immada

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x see madae.

immadall

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vn. of *imm-aidlea.

(a) act of travelling ; a journey: na teig ... is in domnach, ni maith imadall in domnaich, Ir. MSS. Ser. i 176.13 . amra sin a ben ... na dearnais imadall in domnaich dar ar n-urgairi, 180.15 . ro bái ima- dhall dó ann `he was travelling there,' Misc. Hag. Hib. 19 § 22. ni cumcim imadall a ngaire na croisi, LB 278b12 . go mbaoí an chonair sin gan athaighe gan iomadhall etorra, FM vi 2222.z .

(b) hostile visitation, maltreatment: gabsad longport ar bru na cilli ┐ tucsad imadall mor ar in cill, RC xxiv 46 § 4. iomadhall .i. cionta, O'Cl.