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.

? immoroin:

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n seul mad eissil (sic leg.) no imoroin, in an obscure passage in the Laws, transltd. ` driving over the boundary ,' Laws ii 122.12 . Perhaps for immaráin ?

immorrán

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x see imḟorrán.

immorros

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n (immar- + 1 ros)a great wood: in n. loc. Cluain Iommorrois, Gorm. Oct. 20 gl. 2 .

immortan :

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ind ros mbia lóg a sithichtho is dianimortun fésine ni mathi nech doib (Strachan suggests reading: diam míortun `it is to their own disgrace'. Ped. ii § 791 (6) : ? for imorcuin), Wb. 6a5 . iomortan .i. importan .i. imbreith, Corm. Y 749.

imm-rá

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Forms: immerái, imma-rá, imrat, imraad, immeraad, imrerae, imrásium, imraiset, imratar, imráid, imrid, imrid

v indic. pres. s. 2 rel. immerái, Im. Brain § 37. s. 3 imma-rá, LU 2990. pl. 3 imrat, SR 7894 . ipv. s. 3 imraad, Im. Brain § 60. impf. s 3 immeraad, § 61 . pret. s. 3 imrerae, Sg. 62b7 . pl. 1 imrásium, Aisl. MC 85.16 . pl. 3 imraiset, LU 1836. imratar, LL 14b32 . Later imráid, imrid, the latter form prob. influenced by Mid. Ir. imrid (O.Ir. imm- beir). See IGT Verbs § 101.

Trans. and intrans. rows around, rows, navigates: imrerae gl. solverat [Hisperii deuexo margine ponti], Sg. 62b7 . geldod mora immerái `the white hue of the sea on which thou rowest about,' Im. Brain § 37. mag i mbitis drongu ech | conid ethair immará (of a drowned plain), LU 2990. imraid (imrat, v.l.) iarum dond licc léur `they row to the conspicuous stone,' Im. Brain § 17 , Celtica xx 182 . fossad airsin imraad Bran `steadily then let Bran row,' § 60 . o dochuaidh 'na lungai roimrái ... ar amus Troi, TTr.² 281. imrásium dar lethan-mhag Lacha Lemnachta, Aisl. MC 85.16 . imraised iar sin docum indsi, Snedgus u. MacR. 9 § 9 . imratar muncind, rergatar Scithia, LL 14b32 . imrait seachnóin na hoidhche, Fl. Earls 22.5 . dochóidhsiot in ethar bhecc ┐ imraiset é co ndeachatar inunn isin luing, FM v 1862.14 . diomramhadar na fir go láidir, Jonah i 13. iomraidheadh .i. do niodh iomramh long, O'Cl. From imrid: imrit an curuch forsin faircce, RC xiv 48.1 . do lecadur a seol ┐ do imretar an long, BCC 234.32 . cuiris Brénainn a long o thír ... ┐ imriss fein ... hí, BNnÉ 57 § 67. imrit ind oiccen go dermair, 77 § 146. ro imirset tre chuan, FM vi 1760.3 . do Muir cCaisp aideb imbris .i. admhaim go ro imbir gus an ocen, Leb. Gab. 96.3 . roimir assidhe co hInnber na mBarc, Lism.L. 254. ? imrid reid riaenrith `the smooth sea races along,' RC v 201 § 20.

In a wider sense, travels about, goes: o Riphi rigtreib imra | co dithreib na nEtheopda (of measuring the distance of land) `it stretched (lit. went about),' SR 2647. immimrous cipe cruth | in tan tánic mo lanlúth, LU 3870 (transltd. `I made a circuit by some endeavour when my full vigour came,' SC² p. 22 ).