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 .

imman(n)

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Forms: immun, immun, immuin, immund, ymmuin, immna, immunn, immnaib, imainn, imanda, imand

n o, m. (Lat. hymnus) n s. int immun , Trip.² 1341. a s. immun, Trip.² 1340. g s. ind immuin , Lib. Hymn. 17.55 . d s. isind immund , LU p. 14 n. b . n p. ymmuin, Lib. Hymn. 100.25 . a p. immna, Lism.L. 3417. g p. immunn, 3421 . d p. immnaib, PH 1596. d s. cusinn imainn , Lism.L. 984 and n p. imanda, PH 958 seem to show a change over to ā decl. ? To this imand, decl. as ā, f. IGT Decl. § 12.

hymn: emmun ab [h]ymno .i. laus , O'Mulc. 392. nách óen gébas do immun, Trip.² 1341. ymmon do-r-roega i't biu `a hymn which thou hast chosen in thy lifetime,' Lib. Hymn. 102.51 . attaat ratha imda forind immun sa, 65.68 . imman michel laisim re (sic leg.) codlad ┐ immun maire matin, Mon. Tall. 137.17 . in alio locó doronad corp ind immuin, LU 294. rochansat immund ┐ cantaicc logmair do, PH 2155. gabhais a shalma ┐ a immna molta don Coimdhid, Lism.L. 3417. docluinti foghur gotha Coluim cille ... in tan nobhith ic cantain a shalm ┐ a immum, Lism.L. 3421.

In phrase i.¤ anma (regarded as one of the duties of the Church towards people) hymn for the dead?, prayer for the dead?: (Some of the exx. seem to show confusion between immann m. hymn and imnae n. gift, q.v.) praicecht ocus oiffrenn ocus imaind anma on eclais da manchaib, Laws ii 344 - 26 . baithes ocus comna ocus umaind anma, iii 32.31 . procept ocus oifrend ocus imand nanma, iii 32.22 Comm. imna anma hi sesam, ZCP iii 29.24 .

immanairgaib

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x see under imma n-.

immanairret

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x see under imma n-.

immanetar, immenetar

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(see Thurn. Gramm. § 841 ) adv.

(a) mutually, in turn: immanetar .i. eturru, O'Dav. 1144. dechur eter corpu nemdi immanetar `a difference between heavenly bodies among themselves,' Wb. 13c26 . óentad etruib immanetar no etruib et Dia `of unity among you mutually, or between you and God,' 27b21 . ar nóis rechto manetar, 31d1 . di cach di suidib immenetar `of each of them in turn,' Ml. 26b20 . dagnitis dano int ṡabindai anísin immenetor, Sg. 28a10 . cath etir firu Alban imoneitir, AU i 480.11 . cid mna no ingena dognet immenetur `inter se,' Ériu vii 144 § 25. conéráli debuid forsna hanchraidi immen- etar ` one with another ,' 164 § 11 . imus fuich fine imanetur, Laws ii 280.28 , glossed: .i. eturrud féin, 31 Comm.

Used pleonastically to strengthen etir: immusnarlasatar fir Herend etorro monetir, LU 9745. diglaim set etarru monetur `between them,' Laws i 226.20 Comm. cia focerdat tadhad ilar cor fair eturra imaniter, iv 268.y .

(b) Used as a strengthened form of etir, at all: díanerṅta- su form-sa ... ní targtha manetir, TBC 1803. ca airm inda ḟil do thigerna-su immanitir, 1909 .

? imm-anich

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Forms: imain, imanaigh

v protects, guards: indic. pres. s. 3 imfen .i. coimét no imain ... imfen eochu ala fir .i. comét no imanaigh na heochu do[n] dara fir (transltd. ` drives '), O'Dav. 1105.

immannaire

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x see imm-airicc.

immanúa(i)r

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adv then ?, presently ? : tair chucum mánuair innossa in tráth scáigfit mo gala ... co rop tú benas mo chend dím come to me then when my deeds of valour are over, TBC 4613. bermaid do chorp | is gnim truag | go ria Tuilén imanúar, YBL 316a35 .

imm-apath :

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Forms: immus-apt[h]atar

v pret. immus-apt[h]atar ... ar ndā deogbaire `our two cup-bearers perished by each other's hand,' Fianaig. 12 § 9.