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.

? immæsaitar :

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Forms: immæsaitar, immescaigther

v immæsaitar in gnim sin gl. aliorum ini- quitate uexari, Ml. 27d13 . (leg. immescaigther?, Edd.).

imm-esoirg :

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v ni imesorgad mna na fir .i. ni denand fir na mna esorgain debtha a nentigh ris do dornaib na do slibrib, strike, beat one another , Ériu xii 48 § 61. See also under imma n-.

1 immesorcon

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n ā, f. vn. of imm-esoirg act of exchanging blows; mutual smiting, mutual destruction: imesor- guin .i. orguin cechtor na dā lethe, Corm. Y 740 . imeasor- gain .i. orgain, no bualadh ar gach leath dhe, O'Cl. dias oc imessarcain do neoch as tressiu dont ṡlúag, LL 120b18 . robui cach dhibh oc imesarcain a cheli, RC xliii 46 § 45. batar ... ic immualad ocus ic imesarcain etorro, Cog. 76.8 . robtar iomdha a ndeabhtha ... a n-iomarubadh ┐ a n-imesorccain, FM vi 2250.10 .

2 immesorcon

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n (2 imm + esorcon) fray, mayhem : imeasorgain oc a teilgtar fuili Laws v 476.25 . cuic cenela imsergna docuisin la Féniu .i. ban(n)esorgain nat faccaib cnoc na glas na cneid na caile cnoccimesorgain cen testin fola imserccain dia tic fuil talmain nad aile otrus na airgell na(tt) iarmbretas imserccuin insaid otrus ┐ aurgell ┐ iarmbretas 'there are in Irish law five types of mayhem: (1) ‘white’ (bloodless) mayhem which leaves behind neither lump nor discoloration nor sore nor spot; (2) mayhem [which raises] a lump [but which is inflicted] without shedding blood; (3) mayhem by which blood [is spilt and] reaches the ground, [but] which does not entail sick-maintenance or fore-pledge or after-judgement; (4) mayhem which involves sick-maintenance and fore-pledge and after-judgement' Bretha 36 § 24 .