imm-occus

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x see imḟocus.

immoichid

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x see imḟoichid.

1 imm-oirg

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v mutually attacks: tarb (leg. tairb) imaeoirgeat fri tarbú, O'C. 2008 (< H 4.22, p. 32-33 ).

2 imm-oirg

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Forms: ra-m-immart, do-immurc, ro-s-immart, -immart, immaircid

?v pret. s. 3 ra-m-immart, TBC 3982 (but Win- disch says `zu altir. do-immurc ango, Sg. 181b3 ). ro-s-immart, SG ii 468.4 . pass. -immart, MS. Mat. 488.23 . Later immaircid i.

constrains, coerces: fer tascnai fine co nimaircid tar crich, O'C. 849 (< H 3.18, p. 385b ) (transltd. `a man tries to join a tribe which drives him out of their bounds,' Plummer MS. notes). nosiumaircend ... he co a thech (of Laban wel- coming Jacob), LB 114a18 = nosimairceand, BB 236b41 . Ailill Molt in tí farsnimmart `the man who was subdued,' MS. Mat. 488.23 . ga chana dam menma mór | ramimmart baeis ┐ brón, TBC 3982. Impers. rosimmart doib forsind loch, SG ii 468.4 .

compresses: alanuair rosriced aroile nos imairced amail bolc ngobann `it used to stretch and contract itself,' Laws i 72.17 .

immonair

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x (=i mmonair) see monar.

immor

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n border, brink: tainic roime .., co sr[uthair] Sionna co hiomór Atha Moir, TBC p. 905 n. 2 .

immorach

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x see immarach.

immorchóraigid

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x see immarchóraigid.

immordaig

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Forms: iomordaigh, iomor- dadh

n n p. `mishaps' ?: batar cuissi imdha ┐ adhbair or' cennaighthi iomordaigh in catha cathordha d'érghi isin Roim `there were many causes and reasons why the mishaps of civil war were fated to arise in Rome,' CCath. 235. `iomor- dadh reproach ,' O'R.

immord

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n transposition, changing the order of: fu rō .i. fo ūr .i. imord fedha, Corm. Y 698 ( Anecd. iv 59.11 ). is imord feda fil and .i. Colmān quasi comlān, BColm. 6.5 .

? Of the transferring of property after the death of its owner: litre la caid comarba imard (? leg. im i.¤) manach marb-dilsi .i. in ni em ordaiter do dilsi leisin manach marb .i. im ordugad na manach for in ti fod [dibad ?] ro dilsi in fiallach is marb, Laws v 498.3 , and 16 Comm. imord manach [.i.] cach manach tar eis alaile on eclais isin cena dosli disli do eclais a aicsi lee samlaid manup derg mir, O'C. 871 (< H 3.18, p. 391b ).

? Of the transferring of persons from one place to another: mac crabuidh cin uair nimuird (one of six sons who are not bound to honour their father), Laws iii 62.2 Comm.

immordugud

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n act of arranging (in relation to each other): imordugud na manach `the ordering of the monks,' Laws v 498.17 Comm. (gloss on imard manach, ib. 3 . Cf. immord supra). ro bui Ercuil acc imordughadh crann- caistiall "Hercules was arranging wooden stands,' St. Ercuil 142.