immarbáes

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n m. (? 2 imm-ro-báes) great caprice: laa mis grene, ésca aes | rith mara cen i.¤ , SR 266.

immarbág

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n ā, f.

I

(a) strife, contention, a contest; act of con- tending: is ed gen n-imarbága fil la firu Hérind `one put forth as a champion,' BDD² 1136. fir Erend o thraig co traig | roscaig dib a n-imarbaig, Anecd. i 13.8 . re himar- báigh n-imraba `for a contest in rowing,' TBC 5611. cen- cobeth do gasciud and acht Conall Cernach ... ba lór fri immarbaig, Ériu iv 28.21 . docuridar immarbaga móra ┐ comrama eturro, LL 123b42 . romarbait Aes ┐ Bethi oc immarbáig snáma ... beist rodosmarb, 216b7 . doronsat ... immarbaig imrama ic tiachtain dochum hErend, 12b21 . cend imarbaga hErend ` chief strife-fomenter ,' Ériu v 26.25 . imarbaid retha ┐ dibraici `a competition in running and archery,' Aen. 957. rinn iomarbhagha fear nUladh the champion, FM v 1636.8 . i.¤ as contending on behalf of: gibé d'éigsibh lena háil | as deighshliocht Ír iomarbháidh, Con- tent. xxviii 58 .

(b) wordy dispute, boastfulness; act of boasting: is mebol damsa ... mani fuil imorbága imar tobairt immuich, MU² 949. dorala in tech ina ráithsechaib briathar ocna mnaib oc imarbaig eter a feraib ┐ siat fesni, LU 8419. ro fass ... ind imarbáid chettnae dona mnaib issin tig, FB § 29 Eg. gabais cách díb immarbaig a mmuin a celi im gabail na n-én, LU 3245. mo ríse rí nime nair | cen huabur cen immarbaig, SR 2. innisid immarbaig eter Meidb ┐ Ailill, TBC 103. a ingen ... | ni dam maith-se oc immarbaig, 1676 . is follus a himarbáig in dā chaillech, Aisl. MC 5.2 ná dena imurbāigh i n-airecht, ZCP vi 272 § 2. do líon bruith ┐ borrfadh, uabhar ┐ iomurbhádh iad, PCT 395.

II As grammatical term, the comparative of the adjective: lochdach iomurbháidh a ttús chomhfhocuil, IGT Introd. 24.21 . as fearuighe mé iná thú a phearsa iomurbhádha, 33.14 . pearsa iomurbhádha an iomdhuighthi, 29.4 . ó phearsuin lóir as mó bheantur iomurbhaidh mur tá so: as lór mo ghile, ┐ as gile mé iná thú, 27.5 . an chuid don iomurbháidh nach ó phearsuin lóir tig, a n-éinshiolla bhíos, mur ta ... as sía no as mó, 15 . bráthair na hiomurbhádha (i.e. the comparative with de), 24.26 , 27.7 .

immarbágach

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Forms: imarbaghaigh

adj o, ā (immarbág) combative: g s. eich duind imarbaghaigh , IT iii 99.26 .

immarbágad

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Forms: imarbhaghadh

[n u, m.] (immarbág): dream og imarbhaghadh , TFrag. 24.10 .

imm-arbáigi

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Forms: immusner- baigset

v disputes: pres. pl. 3 with infix. pron. having reflexive meaning: rig-muccaid Cathair móir immusner- baigset ┐ muccid Cuind, LL 169a52 .

immarbas

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x see immarmus.

immarbre ? :

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ind imarbe teist ... inann imarbe re radh ┐ imarbre, O'C. 607 (< H 3. 18, p. 246 ). (Probably a coined word).

immarbréc

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[n ā, f.] falsehood, exaggeration . Found only in the cheville ní i.¤ , used esp. after an enumeration: tair lim do deiscin mo sét | a gillai, ni hi.¤ , SR 3198. sluind coic prim- chenela déc | o Iafeth ni i.¤ , Rawl. 77a9 . sé bliadna déc is da cét | re árim ní hi.¤ , Todd Lect. iii 148.2 . ba híad so na sé fir dheg | a Chaoilte ní hiomarbhréag, Duan. Finn i 5.33 . trí bliadna décc ceithre céad | ni baoghal ni hiomair- brég, FM i 266.10 .

immarca

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Forms: iomarca, iomarca

[n , f.] excess: a s. ra foruaisligheadh sibh sonn tré iomarca sluaigh `ye have been defeated here by superior forces,' TFrag. 120.10 . g s. a los anbhairr ┐ iomarca , TSh. 1722. Cf. immarcaid.

immarcach

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adj o, ā (immarca)

I excessive, superabundant; arro- gant: roḟas bruth maeili claime ... trid ┐ ba himurcach an bruth sin for a chinn, RC xliii 118 § 122. crith imurcach do beith ar na duilib, xxviii 312.3 . do gab luthgair imarcuch é, ZCP xi 132.11 . le holc iomarcach Eirinn, Misc. Celt. Soc. 364.14 . maille re hainfine imarcaigh `with excessive storm,' Fl. Earls 10.5 . tig teas iomarcach d'éis reoidh, DDána 90 § 9. moladh breugach nó iomarcach, Donlevy 112.28 . nach iomarcach an bhreath rug Dia ar Ádhamh, TSh. 3419. na huile neithe bhíos iomarcach `omnia quae supersunt,' 6991 . bean uaibhreach iomarcach `a proud arrogant woman,' ITS iii 242.z . Aicilles gréagach iomarcach, Irish Jacobite Poetry 114.z .

Adv. excessively, abundantly: gor ḟoillsigh Día a secreide fen co himarcach abundantly, ZCP xi 122.13 . ar soillsiuc- chadh an Spiorta Naoimh go hiomarcach ann, BNnÉ 192 § 9. do sáithig sin a aignedh co mór ┐ co hiomarcach isan ní do chonairc, Comp. Con C. 97.11 . do lenadh on recht sin go hiomarcach `was prosecuted so oppressively,' ZCP x 8 n. 8 . do ferccaigedh O Domnaill ... co himarcach, L.Chl.Suibhne § 55 . an tan do mhothuigh an duine uasal é go híotmhar iomarcach, TSh. 7433.

II As subst. m. and f. excess, superfluity (used of bodily excretions): don fual ... ┐ don allus ┐ do gach uile iomur- cach tigh on gcorp, 23 K 42 8.6 . deiectiones ... .i. ... na hiomurcacha naid na hionramha, 12.6 . na cuirp bis arna glanad ona nimarcrachaibh (imarcachaib v.l.) remra `the bodies that are purging themselves from their gross super- fluities,' Ériu x 145.y . conar fetsat fulang na hiomarcaighe, ZCP x 8 n. 8 . Cf. immarcrach.

immarcaid

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x see immarcraid.