immechtraid

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n i,m. (immechtar) the outer ox (of oxen yoked in ploughing): imeactraigh .i. damh imil na seisrighe, O'Cl. cuingid int imechtraid fair `he asks him for the outer oxen,' Fél. 72.27 .

Metaph. `? yoke fellow' (Plummer MS. notes). imech- traid Airt Aoinfhir ar ionnarbad a escarad, ALC i 354.2 .

one engaged in forays ?, an invader ?: imeachtraidh aindiuid amhnus andána na noirear `a determined, fierce and bold invader of districts,' Hugh Roe 326.20 .

imm-ecmaing

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Forms: imreaccaibh

v happens; (folld. by DO) meets: pret. s. 3 imreaccaibh .i. teagmhail, i.¤ doibh .i. tarla dhóibh, O'Cl. cairet imrecaim do shét `how far has thy journey been?,' RC xiv 406.7 . conid hí suidiu imrecaim Criblach ... ┐ Crimthann a mac doib `Criblach and her son Crimthann met them,' xv 447.4 . an tan tangadar síl Nemid siar ... imrecaib ┐ Liach ar Muig Leigi they and Liach happened (to be), xvi 160 § 147 .

immedain

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x see imḟeda(i)n.

immedorlig

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x see imm-foilngi.

immellach

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adj o, ā

I bordering, surrounding; outermost: in indis imellach iarthurach dib `the farthest island on the west of the group,' ZCP xiii 219.4 . rodians[c]aileadar mur n-imeallach na Teibi, TTebe 4097 . partes exteriores ... .i. na roinn imiollacha, 23 K 42, 54.5 . baill imellecha ` extre- mities ,' Rosa Ang. 90.24 . Superl. as i an firmamint as imillige acu, Ir. Astr. Tr. 10.11 . Adv. 'na srathaibh ag tuitim go himealach ómrach (of hair), Tadhg Gaedhealach 150 .

II As subst. m. a surrounding wall or mound?; edge, ledge (?): ra airg[set] in cathraig ┐ ra loiscset connarbdar airdiu a déntai andat a immélaig (v.l. imle, Stowe), TBC 1314. ra-loscit ar ṅdúnaid ┐ ar ndegbaleda connach airddi iat 'nas a n-airidni ┐ a n-immellaigi (leg. immellaig?) `so that they are not higher than their appartments and their outhouses,' CRR § 15. dobrethao choiss di forsin n-imelach ┐ choss forsin cenn araill don tenid, RC xxii 394.11 . ecmaing a chuit do fagbail forsan n-imelach `his portion chanced to be left for him on the ledge (?)', Fél. 48.32 . ata in ríghlia cloichi ut a cind imellaigh na bruidhne, Acall. 978 v.l. = i n-imel, text.

immelta

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Forms: n-imaltaibh, n-imeltaibh

n (? 1 imm + 2 elta, q.v. RIA Dict. Fasc. II): d p. cloidemh aithger co n-imaltaibh óir deircc (co n-imeltaibh oirdherc, v.l.) for a sliasait, TBC 5555 (Stowe).

imm-élui

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Forms: nimēlad

v evades: subj. past s. 3 dlige dono im arach connach nimēlad iar toga, O'C. 1612 (< 23 Q 6, p. 6a ).

immenard ? :

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adj dia ferragaib sligethar | slúaig immenard nerethar, TBC² 1814.

? immeriuch :

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Forms: imeriuch, imriuch

v imeriuch gl. garrio, Thes. ii 42.11 (perhaps imriuch, Edd.).

immertáin

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Forms: himertaine

n (imb-ro-táin ?) great drove: n p. snecda ... ro mor, ocus siocc, go tteccdís na himertaine cosa[ibh] tirmaibh tar primlochaibh Erenn, CS 316.25 (=imirgecha, RC xviii 30.15 (Tigh.)).

immertas

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n (imbert) m. IGT Decl. § 38. playing, an exploit, a contrivance; trickery: do cunnbhad ar laimh é ... no go tug fir Ghlinne Comham le nimertas féine amach `he was kept a prisoner ... when the men of Glencoe brought him out by a Fenian exploit,' Rel. Celt. ii 162.22 . measaim gurab ag imeartas aonláimhe atá na taoisigh so Fhearmanach i n-aghaidh gach aoin againn `I think these chiefs ... are playing into one another's hands,' Maguires of F. § 88.