2 imm-túairc

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Forms: imm[a]thuarggar

v threshes: indic. pres. s. pass. rel. diles ní bronntar indi acht adra imm[a]thuarggar for lár, Críth Gabl. 243 and n. See also under imma n-.

imm-túarascaib

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Forms: imostúaruscbat

v describes: indic. pres. p. 3 imostúaruscbat cumni `memory describes it,' Fianaig. 16.1 .

imm-tuigethar

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Forms: im- datuigethar, im- thuigid, condaimtuigdis

v

(a) covers round, clothes: indic. pres. s. 3 im- datuigethar celt clithargarb finna `a roughly-sheltering cover of hair covers them,' BDD § 130. As simple vb., im- thuigid i : condaimtuigdis tlachta āilde ildath, Ériu iv 163.14 .

(b) reserves to oneself: imthuch imm-tuig 'with reserving it reserves to itself' Ériu xl 12 § 10 , 34 (Bretha Nemed Toísech) .

imm-tuilli

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v gains, earns: tuillem meinistri .i. log ar comairce do'n minn .i. imtuillit na minna bitt for aister, Laws v 266.10 Comm.

imm-tuinsea

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Forms: immetuinnsibai

v (imm-to-ness-) contends: fut. s. 3 rel. in tuairc- nid immetuinnsibai fri domon who will contend against, ZCP ix 450.22 n. (=imme tuindsiumai, text).

imm-tuit

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v falls together ?: fuaim immairic eich dubderga comrethi clár clé clithi remituit arae ar mothuittet eich i fochluib (rhetoric), LL 120a29 . See also under imma n-.

1 immúaimm

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n (1 imm + úaimm) the act of sewing all round, a seam ; a border ? : tri srepandlenti sioda co n-iomuaim órdha i custul iompa, TBC 5535. Curoi ro hir dam ... .x. n-étgudu imuame `Curoi has given me ... ten fringed gar- ments,' Ériu ii 3.11 . Fig. cid dáib ná hiarfaig nech úaib | diambad áil eólas d'immuaim `if he seeks to weave the web of knowledge,' Met. Dinds. iv 134.6 .

2 imm-úaimm

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n (2 imm + úaimm) the act of joining or welding closely: colbhadha ... cloicsneachta ... acc iomuaim a nionar nuiréttrom ... fria ccnesaibh `making their light tunics adhere closely to ...,' FM vi 1918.10 . Fig. le hiomuaim nairdrighe le táthucchadh tuath `to closely consolidate the monarchy,' iii 368.1 .

3 imm-úaimm

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n (3 imm+úaimm)

(a) mutual alliteration: co nimuaim fidraig ann (of the connecting of different stanzas by means of alliteration), IT iii 29.12 .

(b) mutual corres- pondence (úaimm in sense harmony) : ellacht imhuaim (im- muaim, v.l.) n-eisci im rith [ṅgréne] (.i. comhúaim retha esci im rith ṅgréne) `he connected the mutual course of the moon around the course (of the sun)', RC xx 256.19 .

(c) ` reciprocal responsibility ' (Hessen) : imuaim rere bretheman, Laws i 266.16 , (glossed : a n-em uaim sin amhuil us riar do brethemain, 298.1 Comm. ). ar ní dlegar imuaim folad do coimteach fri ní bes lia ochtur `for re- ciprocity of goods is not enforced by law in the case of neigh- bours exceeding eight persons,' iv 126.z Comm.

immúall

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n (3 imm- + úall) mutual pride: noi ngrad nime ... | im rig na n-uile n-adbar | ... | cen imhuail, cen immḟormat, SR 556.

immúarad

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(? vn. from *imm-fo-uss-reth-) delaying ? : eóin áille oengela ic imuarad (v.l. iomḟuaradh, St.) aice sin charput `ruhig bei ihm,' TBC 1350.