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.

immadamail

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Forms: hiomadamhuil

adj i (immad, see imbed) numerous, multitudinous: béid bliadhna do shaoghail iomadamhuil, Prov. iv 10. anois tangadur chum bheith iomadamhail `it is now in- creased unto a multitude,' Gen. xxx 30. na slightheadh iomadamhla re mbrisdear na haitheanta, Donlevy viii 9 . Adv. do fhásadur agus do líonadur go hiomadamhuil , Gen. xlvii 27.

immadamlacht

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n ā, f. (immadamail) numerousness, abun- dance: do rinne an Tighearna do Dhia dhíot mar reulta nimhe ar iomadamhlacht `as the stars of heaven for multi- tude,' Deut. x 22. ní léigionn a niomadamhlacht don tsaidh- bhir codladh `the abundance of the rich will not suffer him to sleep,' Eccles. v 12. do réir iomadamhlachta t'eoluis a bheidh troime do bhreitheamhnuis, Imit. 9.7 . tar cheann iomudamhlachta na neitheadh eugcosamhla, Donlevy v 18 .

immadus

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n [u,m.] (? immad) multiplicity ? : imadus na corand abundance of tonsures ? (a prophecy of evil times), Arch. iii 241 § 14.

immáerad

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vn. of immáeraid act of satirising or lampooning: biaid imruidhedh ┐ imaorad n-ailte ┐ n-anradh, Anecd. ii 50.7 . `? in original physical sense of áer sharpness, mutual stabbing ,' (Plummer, M.S. notes) : ba imoerad (timrubud, v.l.) aesa [an]-aithnigh ┐ fuabairt bidbad ... in gleo sin, RC xxi 162.3 .

immáeraid

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Forms: immusnaerfat, immáerad

v in pers. reciprocal const. fut. pl. 3 immusnaerfat anflathi (.i. lécfit a n-áir, LL 188b50 ) `usurpers will satirise one another,' RC xxvi 40 § 210. Vn. immáerad.

immáes

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Forms: iomhaoíse, imaise

n corresponding (equal) age: immáes bec eturru `so ziemlich (?) gleiches Alter zwischen ihnen,' TBC 5373. Attrib. gen. trí caogad macáoimh iomhaoíse (imaise, v.l.), RC xxix 118 § 17.