imm-comlai

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Forms: imoscomlāsad, imrochomlai

v sets out for: pret. pl. 3 imoscomlāsad cōiced Érend techt la Coinculaind `a province of the Éraind set forth to go (?) with Cuchulainn,' Ériu ii 22 § 4. In impers. constr., pret. (perf.) s. 3 imrochomlai indn inseo a taigh doib they set out for the island (?), Anecd. i 5.8 .

imm-comraic

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Forms: imchomrac

v meets with, encounters: immacomraccat inna deich timmna fuiri `the ten commandments unite on it,' Hib. Min. 20 § 19. du a n-imchomraic ┐ a n-etorscar duthaigh in diūc ┐ in Almāinn re aroile `where the Duke's country and Germany meet and separate,' Fl. Earls. 80. Folld. by do happens to: immacomarnic tra dóib debaid do denam imman curadmir, LU 8471 (FB). Vn. imchomrac. See also under imma n-.

imm-comshínither

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x see under imma n-.

imm-comthúairg

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x see under imma n-.

imm-comthuit

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x see under imma n-.

imm-cosnai

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Forms: imconsenat, -cossenat

v contends: fut. pl. 3 imconsenat (leg. -cossenat) a mna, TBC 4981 (YBL) = cossénait, LL.

imm-credba

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v corrodes, shrivels; gnaws, consumes: immus- credfaifet (imuscrefafet, immuscreitfet, v.ll.) duth[ch]ernai [ar a lín] `niggards will shrivel (?) one another,' RC xxvi 40 § 209. As simple vb. co ngeoghain Lóch mo throma | imcredhbann in esgonga, TBC p. 325 n. 11 (Eg.) (transltd. by Wi. `umstrickt (mich),' p. 997 =rom tresgair, text). Cf. credbaim, Contribb.

imm-cren

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v purchases mutually (?) : trí imuscrenat : saill, imm, iarn `three things which purchase each other (i.e. they may be exchanged for each other (?),' Plummer MS. notes), Triads § 170. ? To this: nim crenar, O'D. 2227 (< Nero A 7, 153a ).

imm-cuir

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v

(a) turns round (trans.): gabaid cach fer díb rind a cloidib iter a dá mér ┐ imda-cuiread ima mér, BDD² 684. di gnusib retlann imrolta fo nim `of the faces of the stars that have been cast around,' Ériu ii 132 § 107.

turns away, averts ? : immacurfi sin fogail a muntiri dīnd that will turn away (?) the attack of his army from us, TBC² 1471.

exchanges: iarsin imcuirsim (leg. imcuirsem, Ed.) dá sleig | meisi is Oilill mac Eogoin | cectar nāthar dībh atbath `thereupon we exchanged spears,' Fianaig. 12 § 22.

(b) Used reflex. bestirs oneself?: luidh ... do thobairt a athar leis do cosnum in claidib. `nítho,' ol Fithil `imodcuri fein it [d]alaib' bestir thyself in thy affairs (?), IT iii 200 § 66.

imm-cuirethar

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Forms: imcharaid, immechuretar, imchuirther, immacuired, imchuirthe, immacurtis, noimcuirfedh, imchorastar, imrolaim-se, 'mmosralat, immosrala, 'moralta, imaralait, imchor

v (Mid. Ir. imchraid, imcharaid). indic. pres. pl. 3 rel. immechuretar, Wb. 5a5 . pass. s. imchuirther, ZCP x 10 n. 12 . imperf. s. 3 rel. immacuired, Mon. Tall. 159.17 . pass. imchuirthe, IT i 130.22 . pl. 3 immacurtis, Fél. Ap. 27. sec. fut. s. 3 noimcuirfedh, D iv 2, 73ra7 . pret. s. 3 imchorastar, Fianaig. 36.3 .

With stem -la: indic. pres. s. 1 imrolaim-se, LU 8961 (FB). subj. pres. pl. 3 'mmosralat, LU 9091 (FB). pret. s. 3 immosrala, Anecd. i 71.z . pass. pl. 'moralta, Alex. 802. imaralait, 1013 . Vn. imchor.

(a) carries around, carries, brings, conveys: innaní prechite pacem et immechuretar cori ho rígaib `who carry peace from kings,' Wb. 5a5 . iodne ind caich immacuired a toratt `the purity of each man who brought the produce,' Mon. Tall. 159.17 . imma-curtis aingil `angels used to carry him,' Fél. Ap. 27. imchuirthe in gríanán sin lasin Mac Oc cach leth no théged, IT i 130.22 . o roimraised co ciana ... immosrala os moing mara tond dian, Anecd. i 71.z . immusrala muir aimsera co tāncatar Éirind, ZCP viii 312.14 . imchuirther go a dúnárus féin, ZCP x 10 n. 12 . uair roboi gan ech noimcuirfed é, D iv 2, 73ra7 . dorattsatt a cindu fo irsibh an charpait co ro imchuirsett é ... dia cathraigh, BNnÉ 326 § 44. ro cumdaighedh lxxx long leis ... cor' imcuiredh in slógh indtibh tairis siar, CCath. 160. cidh bé imcras a begc no a mōr de (of a talisman), Maund. § 55. iomchurthar an corp gus an adhnacal, TSh. 1250. ro imchradar an canabī uassan sacrament naomtha, Fl. Earls 188.26 .

(b) sends: imrulai ... Pilip na hiltuathai ... na nGrec hi tirib n-aineoil `Philip sent the many peoples of the Greeks into foreign lands,' Alex. 35. co moralta epistle etorru `so that letters were exchanged between them,' Alex. 802.

(c) bears, carries (of offspring): is me-si ro-t-imochur im bróind, PH 6627. cúimnig mar do immchur do máthair tú, 7389 . is bennaigti in brú do imchuir tú, Maund. § 40. ro imchrass go honórach ... fri ré náoi mīoss (of the Blessed Virgin), Fl. Earls 116.18 . breith otruidh go n-iomchorainn (: oghaim), Ó Bruad. ii 138.8 .

(d) Fig. endures, bears, tolerates, allows of: as urusa iomchruid lucht na haoisi arsaid (?) an tregeanus (translates senes facilime ieiunium ferunt), 23 K 42, 8.12 . an liaigh nach iomchrann na héagcruais (medicus qui non fert infir- mitates), TSh. 8172. i ndíol ... gach anfhorlainn dá n-iom- charann ann, 9948 . mac rígh do iomchradh airmghliaid `that bore the brunt of weapon fight,' O'Gr. Cat. 501.1. iom- chraid [na Cailbhinigh] comaoin do dheanamh san aran amhain, Luc. Fid. 255.10 . má tharcuisnighionn tú is tú féin amháin iomchoras é `thou alone shalt bear it,' Prov. ix 12. an clú nár iomchuir Éire | iomchruidh féile chrú Chraoidhe `the hospitality of Craoidhe's blood bears a repute which all Ireland never bore,' TD 10 § 14. ro iomchuirsiot somh an tóir throm sin, FM iv 1124.11 . With le: ma iomchruid [na Cailbhinigh] le Luitearanuibh ag adhradh Chriosd san tsacramaint, Luc. Fid. 253.12 . aifrionn ... an droch-shagairt le n-iomchrann an eagluis `the Mass ... of the bad priest which the church tolerates,' Eochairsg. 50.11 .

(e) carries on, supports, sustains: ón Tadhgsa, cóir; an barr iomchras an sunnradhsin `the enclitic supports that defining particle,' IGT Introd. 7.17 . Mac Amhlaoibh iom- chras sgola, Content. xxix 10.

(f) With reflex. pron., comports oneself, behaves: cionnas iomchras tu thu féin a n-aimsir an aifrinn, Parrth. Anma 322.5 . drung iomchras iad féin go Criosdamhuil, Donlevy 438.x . gan sin d'iomchóramaois sinn féin amhuil beathuighe éigcéillighe, 414.20 .

(g) revolves (in the mind), meditates: imchorastar Ailill marbad Maic Con, Fianaig. 36.3 . conid de imrolaimse comraind curadmiri fris, LU 8961 (FB) (=conid de imror- daimse, 8914 ). imrola .i. imradh, ut est ni hara nad imrola .i. ní ro eirni ní do neoch coro imraidhe for do menmuin `thou shouldst not bestow what thou hast not considered,' O'Dav. 1136.

(h) carries away, bewilders: imus-rola in t-omon `fear bewildered them,' BDD² 251.

Used reflex. : atberad na maicclēirich immo-t-ralasu `the young clerics say thou art astray (?),' Ériu viii 156.23 . ? To this: mástat carait conná 'musnágat mastat námait co 'mmosralat, LU 9091 (FB).

(i) Folld. by do, happens to, befalls: immusrala trá in t-omon ... do Chonaire, BDD § 27. gommarálaid dóib ... d'imbualad, TBC 6163.

imm-cumaing

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Forms: 'macumaing

v is able: indic. pres. s. 3 ní 'macumaing a feacad go a veolu `he was not able to bend it,' Aisl. Tund. 93.19 .