2 immaig

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immaigid

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x see imm-aig.

immáilse :

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n do hól neich narbá dliged dóib .i. immáillsi ` urin ', Alex. 663.

immáin

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Forms: immain, immain, immān, immana, himáine, immáin, imman, imana, imáin, imán

n f. later also m. vn. of imm-aig. Probably orig. ā, f., cf. áin. n s. in immain , Acall. 4088. a s. immain, TBC 1662. immān, TBC² 455. g s. immana, TBC 871. na himáine , IGT Decl. ex. 1184. d s. immáin, SR 3739. imman, Gorm. May 17. n p. imana, Laws v 136.5 . See imáin f. IGT, Decl. § 42. imán m. § 35 .

(a) act of driving (trans.) : ag imain na m-buidhen rempó, TBC p. 847 n. 8 . agh .i. imain amach, O'Dav. 66. ó cech ulc dom imman `to drive me from every evil,' Gorm. May 17. i.¤ catha cét míle | techt a rrige i rrige, LL 276b10 . ag iomāin ┐ ag brostugadh an aithigh rimpí, Feis TC 484.

Used of driving cattle, etc.: co fuair slog mór forsin maig | ... | ic immain chairech fo smacht, SR 3739. noco treciub duit frim ré | immain tana bó Cualṅge, TBC 1662. ceithri uingi i nimain tairb, Laws iii 234.19 . atait secht n-imana la Feine na tuillit fiacha ... ain bo a fer, etc., v 136.5 . for- craid n-imana for ceathraib ` over-driving ,' 476.26 . gébaidh ród gu ró an seanndún | bó beannúr óg ar imán, IGT Decl. ex. 936. ro eidirdheilighsiot a ccreacha ... ┐ ro baí gach drong diobh ... acc dlúithiomáin a shelbha, FM vi 2198.13 .

driving (a ball) : gaibig immān līathrōde riam darin n-ārmaig, TBC² 455. Used absol., ball-playing, hurling: ic imbirt chless cluchi ┐ immanae, TBC 871. dobered ... búaid mbáire ┐ immana, 971 . laa dó issin chluichimaig oc immáin dorala camman dar a lurggain, ZCP iii 4.1 . dorigned in immain accaind ┐ rucusa .uii. cluiche ar in maccraid uile, Acall. 4088. is and sin fuaradar na maccu ag iman, BB 210b16 . ag déanamh cluiche lúibe ┐ liathróide ... ag eatrasa ┐ ag iomáin, TSh. 525.

(b) ? To this in intrans. sense, wandering, roaming about: an iommon (v.l. iumain, LB) sech sin iarom dognīat na bāi isind āth is do is nomen gelestar, Corm. Y 674. is hé saethar do lucht na drúisi .i. feilci ┐ fothraicti, cīrad cind ┐ imána (imánta, v.l.) imda `much riding ,' de Contemptu 668.

(c) In concrete sense, a drove: téiti iarom Cu Chulaind ┐ nos timmairg leis ina fuair do muccaib ... ┐ dosbeir i n-óen immain leis, LU 10486. lanamain cacha fiadmil[a] ... do thobairt i n-aen-imain, ZCP i 459.3 .

(d) superiority, control: comhthrom is iomáin a sean | do bhain ... ó Éibhear, Content. xviii 69. dia beatha i mBeithil dod bhreith | do chuir an iomain d'aoin-leith `which has changed the ruling of the world,' A. Ó Dálaigh xlvi 5. Metaphorically in the phrase imáin énlethe (lit. driving of one side) an overwhelming superiority ? : bid imáin énlethe agut festa a n-agad bf[er] nErenn, IT ii2 138.393 . robai imain enlethe aigi orra ac [c]nāmgerrad a cenn ┐ a cos, ZCP vi 60.10 . do bhiadh gá sliocht go bráth mbinn | iomain éinleithe ar Éirinn `their race would have been supreme over half of Éire till judgment day,' Content. xv 28.

immaind

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x see imman(n).

immaine

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x see imḟuine.

immáinid, immánaid

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v i and ā (immáin) drives round, drives: imidágat .i. imainet, O'Dav. 1139. intan no imaineth a laeigh roime il-leth-sea ... intan noimanad na bai il-leth n-aill, Lism. L. 1961. no imáinedh reimhi iat, CCath. 5991. do bhárr a bhoise no imaineadh cach aeghaire feis, MR 100.18 . imainis roime tar Tailltin ... iat, TBC 661 n. 5 (=imsóe, text). slan don tí imaighis no imainis in liathroit, O'C. 2387 (< Eg. 88, fo. 30a ). ro imaigetar no imainetar na baethu eochu baetha Branduib `the fools have driven or drove B.'s foolish horses,' O'Dav. 1076. teora bai ... ro moichestair no ro mainestair Asal, Laws i 64.16 Comm.

immainid

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x see imḟuinid.

immainse

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x see imm-nasc.

imm-airbáig

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v contends together: Matha ... rig-muccaidh Catháir Moir immusn-erbaigset ┐ muccaid Quind Cétcathaig `Matha ... the royal swineherd of C. M. and the swineherd of C. C. contended together,' Bodl. Dinds. 48 § 51.

imm-airbeir

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Forms: himirbera

v uses mutually ?, exchanges ? : subj. pres. s. 3 cia himirbera cach dib fri araile `whatever each of them uses belonging to the other,' Laws v 480.10 . cia imarbara cach dib ar araile, ii 350.z (glossed : .i. cibed eimberas cach dib o ceile, 352.8 Comm. ). ar na himirbera neach na be hai `that no one should use what was not his own,' v 476.y (glossed : .i. ar na dernad nech a himirt, 478.y ).