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.

immuccu

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n choice: nir bo imuca urasa son `that was not an easy choice,' Auraic. 498.

immuráil

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x see imḟoráil.

immurgu

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Forms: immorro, im, imr, imurgu, immurgu, immurgo, imargu, immurco, im- margu, imarcco, immoro, ummoro, immurro, imuro, imorú, imoru, imoro, imora, imuro, immorru, amorra

adv Mid. Ir. immorro. Rarely written in full in MSS., generally in contracted forms im, imr. Spellings: imurgu, Wb. 33a5 . immurgu, Ml. 34a16 . immurgo, Mon. Tall. 148.11 . imargu, 129.10 . immurco, 138.21 , 155.31 . im- margu, Ériu vii 162.27 . imarcco, D iv 2 40rb39 . immoro, LL 238a40 . ummoro, IT iii 504.587 ( LL 257b13 ). immurro, IT iii 76.15 . imuro, 37 n. 21 . imorú, Hib. Min. 16.29 . imoru, ib. y . imoro, 18.18 . imora, Alex. 931 n. 9 . imuro, Plummer MS. notes (< Laud. 610, fo. 82b1 ). immorru, Im. Brain § 61. amorra, C I 3, 45b1 .

Immurgu (? imm-ro-gáu, Thurn. Gramm. § 907 ) never occurs at the beginning of a sentence and was stressed on the second syllable as its use in poetry shows: amorra ┐ cheana ┐ idir ... focail nach berar ara cheill iad ┐ as c. comar- dadh riu adhon ... ni bia mo mheithealsa amorra | gan leith- shearsa leanna, C I 3, 45b1 . aniú iomorra gan mearbhaill, Content. xxii 10.

Used as conj. and adv. with adversative force or emphasizing the previous word or phrace, however, moreover, well, then, now, indeed, in truth, but , etc. :

I With adversative force serves to contradict or modify a previous statement or something implied in it, or to express contrast with what has just been said = however (autem) : ní thucci mo menme immurgu gl. nam si orem lingua spiritus meus orat mens autem mea sine fructu est, Wb. 12d11 . ithésidi immurgu beta hícthi `it is they, however, (and not the aforementioned) who shall be saved,' 3d29 . is beo ind anim tri sodin is marb in corp immurgu trisna senpecthu, 4a6 . dosnicfa cobir cid mall bith maith im- murgu intain dondiccfa, 5c5 . rubu fersom muintere ... nirbu choimdiu imurgu `he had been a man of (the) house- hold ... he had not been a lord however,' 33a5 . ní boi immurgu hi cridiu gl. humanitatem quidem uerbis, Ml. 34a16 . ní ar indí asndarobartis immurgu inna briathra hisin, 31b22 . ba cunda[il] sem immurgu `he was sage however,' Thes. ii 291.6 . denúas dotiagar hisatech ... sis iarsuidiu ... dotiagar ass immurgu `from above is the coming into the house ... beneath, afterwards, is the coming out, however,' Thes. ii 292.20 ( Ml. Poems II ).

In O.Ir. combined as strengthening particle with cammaib and noch and ocus : camaip immurgu oen cháractar f, `we have, however, formed one character f,' Sg. 9a22 . noch immurgu ní rolsat som cumach- tae ṅdé diib `however they notwithstanding did not cast the power of God from them,' Ml. 16d2 . guth sechmadachti ┐ todochaidi immurgu `a word of the preterite and at the same time of the future,' Sg. 147b7 . issinn aithrech a ndoriṅgénsam risin fer ind ingen immorro atbélat a bbéoilside, TBFr. 246. vir immorru a virtute anima in tribulationeis ` `vir,' however, (i.e. in contradistinction to `homo'),' ... Hib. Min. 457. persa na laidhe imorro Dubhthach `but the author of the poem (i.e. as opposed to the authors of the Senchas) was D.', Laws i 4.13 . muna fidir imurro ... [is] slan dí `on the other hand if she does not know she is guiltless,' iv 60.y . uball quasi aball, aball immorro ō burg Etāile dianit ainm Abellanium A., however, comes from ..., Corm. Y 1272 ( Anecd. iv 111 ). ni tarat immurgu do Chonnachtaib acht dā c[h]ois na-mmucce, Sc.MMD² § 18. his taithbingith immargu nachiddeni ar oen in cethardi-se `on the other hand anyone who does not do it for one of these four reasons is a fault finder,' Ériu vii 162.27 . lecsiu immurgo ildeth (sic) nde mess for a menmainsom `leave it, however, to God to judge the mind of such' (viz. and do not refuse them the sacraments), Mon. Tall. 148.11 . bes biaid immurgo láad muindtirisiu ní nodglanai tene brathai `thy monks, how- ever, (viz. in contradistinction to mine) shall perchance have sometimg for the fire of doom to cleanse,' 130.2 . achd ni Maolrúoin imargu asrubart frissim ón `it was not, however, Maelruain that had told him to do this,' 129.10 . éisem ro ba anmchara dí-si, bái sí immorro oc a thothlugud-som `he was her confessor but she was soliciting him,' Ériu i 68.2 . inghen immorro tusa ┐ nī rochinnis t'óighe co se `you, however, are an unmarried girl and have not dedicated your virginity so far,' Arch. iii 309.12 . `cid on, a maic ... nach fetur-sa' `nat fetur-sa immurgu' `I do not know it how- ever' (=even if I should know), BColm. 76.5 . ba dímicin mór leo Fergus dia tabairt hi tindscra ... roptar buidig immorro do Chonchobor ar a degthindnacul dóib all the same they were thankful to C., Ériu iv 24.13 . do bhríogh go mbí onóir ar an seabhac ré linn a bheatha ... an chearc iomorra, léigthear san laithigh dhi ré linn a beatha, TSh. 923. atá an eaglas Romhánach na héineaglais ... na heiricidh iomoro as beag dhíobh nách bí contrárdha dá chéile, O'Hussey T.C. 34.7.

II With emphasising force, moreover, besides, now, then, verily, indeed:

(a) to add an additional statement : nísnaic- cilled san immorru acht dusnéced nammá, Im. Brain § 61. dorigne Dia imorro in rigthech uachtarach do shlog amra airchaingel `moreover, God made for the ...,' Todd Lect. iii 38.1 .

(b) to continue a narrative now, then: is e imorro a n-airem na slog sin `now this is the reckoning of those hosts,' Todd Lect. iii 42.26 . ro-érig immorro Conchobor moch- trath ar n-a barach `now C. arose early on the morrow,' CRR § 14. dála iomorro Cairbre Niaidh Fear, CRR² § 28. ó thainigc immurgu cusna dēdenchu (sic leg.) `now when his end was approaching,' BColm. 106.1 . is e adbar, imorro, fa tainic an diabul `now this is the cause why the Devil came,' BCC 378.25 . a n-inbaidh na huaire ... sin immorro `at that particular time then,' Fl. Earls 114.3 .

(c) as strengthening particle indeed, verily (sometimes with slightly implied opposition to a previous statement) : `is anim dún nad-fil is taig' `atá immurgu' ol Conall oc tabairt chinn Ánlúain assa chriss, Sc.MMD² § 16. "úair ní th'ari-siu téit ria" "téit immorro" ar in gilla `for it is no business of yours' `it is indeed,' said the servant,' Ériu i 134.5 . cade didiu bar fisse? or Fiachnai. nī ansa immurgu, viii 157.20 . is hí immurco foropir cáich lindi indsin `this, indeed, is what we consider to be the additional labour of each man,' Mon. Tall. 133.11 . "in ba i tossaig no fain deriud?" "i tossaig imorro" or sisi, Mór M. § 1. ni ar meth gascid ... dorochrabair-si acht forlond do imbirt foraib ┐ ummoro tra, ar si, darochair far comlund lib-si, IT iii 504.587 .

immurlár

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n vast plain, surface: no go rainic go h-iomurlar Thire Maine, Hy Maine 11.10 .