immalta

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x see immelta.

immaltar :

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n `a centre; a coming together, meeting together i.e. comhghluasacht,' O'R.: iomalltar na gaoithe .i. ceartlár gáoithe, O'Cl. [do] impo (impo do, v.l.) imaltar in dendgair os analaib na n-each transltd. `the gathered mass of dust,' CCath. 3144.

Usually in the phrase, tre i.¤ by means of, through the medium of ? : bresmaidm borb ... isin aer tré imalltur na fidhbuidhe ic sírtoirnem sís, CCath. 672. áilgius imberta a n-iaraind tre imaltur na fergluinne ┐ tré omhan in rígh `by means of (?) the fury,' 621 . masa tre imaltur na Faithi tic in morbrecthadh `through the medium of,' 1011 . tre imaltur na gaoithi glanfuaire translated. `through the centre of,' 363 .

immaltóir

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n i, f. (1 imm- + altóir) `a portable altar stone ' (see Hermathena xxi 9 ): co rabat aidmi oc cech altōir eter impetōir (sic leg.) (.i. imaltoir) ┐ anarta coisecarthai, Ériu i 219 § 9. corolasum remi amach in imaltoir clochi for- sandenad oifrend, Trip. ii 446.29 . foráccaib a immaltoir hi nDomnach Pátraic, 466.8 . in gilla tuc ind imaltoir, Lism.L. 1633. dlighidh an iomaltóir bheith do chloch ┐ a bheith d'fhaid ┐ de leithead inte go dtuillfeadh bonn na cailíse ┐ an abhlann uirre, Eochairsg. 125.26 .

immamainse

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n , f. mutual sharpness or craft: ma beith cach comsa cen imamainsi, cen imaclaid[i] `ohne gegenseitige Schärfe,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 27 § 8 (= Laws ii 362.8 ).

? immammus

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n an attack, attacking; impugning: imamus ceneoil .i. a eimhaimsibadh do cum ceneoil aile; a tuilidh- echt asedh fasas deisidhe, O'C. 457 (< H 3.18, 243a ). imimus .i. tuba inna aineach olcus ciniuil mathar no athar, O'C. 472 (< H 3.18, p. 247 ).

imm-ana

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Forms: immanad, imana

v (a) trans. stops, delays: pass. pret. s. immanad didiu in roe `the combat was then put off,' Laws i 250.22 . imanad in roi ... co cuicthi, 26 .

(b) intrans. waits: subj. pres. s. 3 imana in cethramad crich conber cet saithe dia bliadain `let the fourth land wait till it gets the first swarm the following year' (Plummer MS. notes), Laws iv 172.10 , glossed: eamnaidh in ceathramadh crich gu mberend si ced saithe i cind bliadhna, ib. 27 . imana ... co hocht la, 8.19 , glossed: em anad si iar sin meite sin, 10.8 .

immanacci

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x see under imma n-.

immanad

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vn. of imm-ana. act of mutually staying: guidsius imanad forru (might be im anad, but the gloss em ana[d] Laws 252.12 , points the other way), Laws i 250.19 .

imm-ánai

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Forms: immanántis, imana, [i]mana, immánad, immeráni, immráni, im- mransat

v delegates, assigns, bequeaths: imperf. pl. 3 a n- immanántis gl. delegantes, Thes. ii 28.29 . subj. pres. sg. 3 is techta cia imana boaire `it is right for a `boaire' to make a bequest,' Laws iii 48.14 . mad [i]mana imna `if he wishes to leave a gift,' 50.26 . subj. imperf. sg. 3 co immánad gl. ut delegaret, Thes. ii 27.39 . pret. sg. 3 perf. immeráni gl. dele- gatum, 27.38 . immráni ernéne do cummin `Ernéne had bequeated to Cummen,' Thes. ii 239.12 (Ardm.). pl. 3 im- mransat inna iii caillechaso inna tíreso du patricc, 239.13 (Ardm.). Vn. imna, q.v. See also imnaid.

immánaide

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n io, m. hurler, hurley player: go m-b'fhearr a fear féin d'iománuidhe iná an fear oile, Oss. iii 114.3 (Tor. Dh. ┐ Ghiáinne).

immanair, immonair

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(? cf. immalle, immanetar) adv. in the phrase, do-beir, do-roich ... i.¤ brings about, causes to come to pass: ag tabairt chogaidh mánair etar na dáinibh, Cóir Anm. § 186. atagur gním mor do thabairt i.¤ `I fear to set a great deed a-going,' TTr. 850. ar bid móti a mebul ... dún a tabairt immánair mena beram i calad `for if we bring it not into harbour, our disgrace ... will be the greater from our having set it a-going,' 851 . ni ḟil uaibsi fer gaeth ... nach tol in tinól ... do thabairt i.¤ `who does not wish to set this gathering going,' 921 . ni tard nech doibsin imanair fortacht `not one of them was able to give relief,' Cog. 52.5 . da tuccadh si immonair anmanna in locta ... do todusccadh, CCath. 4094. ni leicci a torractain immonair tre bithiu `thou lettest it never come to pass,' 4042 .