? imnáille :

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ind maid i mbethaid maic Dā[i]re | nī lasfed co n-imnāille, Ériu ii 26 § 9 = ni loiscsed ceni mále, RC vi 188.12 .

imnairc

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adj fitting, suitable? : ba himnairc glossed .i. ba cóir, YBL 292b34 . ba himnairc de combitis imon sanctair, LB 122a3 = ba himmaircide combidis, BB 242b34 . taiselbad na hairce coimdeta ba merci leo in tan ba himnairc doib, LB 124a34 .

imnaise

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indented around or looped around? `apparently part. of a verb imm-snaid or imm-naisc' ( BDD² Gl. ) : at-chíu ardroth n-imnaisi ima chend cocoirse, BDD² 1021. dá n-all n-áebda imnaissi, LU 8595. ? To this : geogain Cú Chulaind Crond ┐ Cóemdele ┐ ro fer fuire n-imnaise, LU 5375 (= TBC² 899 ). See imneisse.

imnam :

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ind ata lecht Máil i nDruim Gam | foracca éca imnam, RC xxiii 312 § 36. foraicca éca imnam (: Damh), 327 § 24.

imnasc

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n a binding, clasping, grip: imnasc ocus imrith ... na curad ar a ceile, MR 256.10 . iomnasc, iomnascadh .i. ceangal, P. O'C.

imned

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Forms: imnidhe, imned, n-imneth, n-imned, imnith, imniud, imneda, imnetha, n-imned, imnedaib, imnadaib

n o,n. (in Mid. Ir. o, m. Mod. Ir. imnidhe f.) n s. imned, Wb. 23b21 . a n-imneth , TBC² 1526. a s. issa n-imned , Ml. 44d14 . g s. imnith, Wb. 6c27 . d s. imniud, Wb. 7b16 . n p. inna imneda , Ml. 46d6 . a p. imnetha, Wb. 10b1 . g p. inna n-imned , Ml. 95d13 . d p. imnedaib, Ml. 21c3 . imnadaib, 27a8 .

sorrow, tribulation, anxiety, suffering: hore adib foirb- thisi nicon airigursa na i.¤ `I feel not any tribulation,' Wb. 16a28 . ar rocées side móor nimnith do aurlatu patri , 6c27 . inda leu som nisroissed i.¤ na erchrae dogrés a soinmigi, Ml. 39c34 . i.¤ leu buith hi soinmigi donaib hi ingreintis duaid, 87c5 . is foillsigud dund eregim ┐ dund imniud coinedar duaid, 74b1 . dund imniud robói forsin popul són isin doiri, 103b9 . eter imnetha in betho frecndirc et paena todóchidi, Wb. 14b10 . du dumugud inna n-imned ┐ inna trogae fodaimet, Ml. 77d2 . intan tét a laithe di chiunn cosnaib gnimaib ┐ cosnaib imnedaib gniter and, 21c3 . is buidechu leu fortacht doib isnaib imnedaib quam isnaib soinmechaib, 27d19 . ni rochreitset á níc donaib imnedaib .i. de manu assiriorum , 35c20 . ocus deichtreib na n-imned, SR 7084. ba i.¤ la Fráech cen acallaim na ingine, TBFr. 155. ropo immned leo an aes pende do epiltin for usce ┐ bargin `they were grieved that penitents died on bread and water,' Mon. Tall. 157.16 . arnahimfoilnged imned dó ind roítu `lest excessive thirst should cause him suffering,' 145.1 . nī sirsan do C[h]oin C[h]ulaind a n-imneth itā a ēnfer fri firu hĒrind, TBC² 1526. nī bāi imneth foraib trā isinn aidche acht adcotad fer do dingbāil Conculaind for āth ūaidib, TBC² 1360. arimm garit a hsaegul co n-imniuth ┐ dīgrād `his life may be short with suffering and dishonour,' Cáin Ad. § 31. mairg dorumalt a n-imned dorumaltsa ... imma cauradmir, LU 9133 (FB). co n-dergabtais a noenur a n-imneth sin din t-slóg, TBC p. 177 n. 13 . foretatarsom in t-imned mór anam-uil-sea, 2461 . cen co fagbaitís Gréic do imniudh in tslúaghaidh sin acht cech a torchair dia tóisechaib ... la Troil, TTr.² 1379. cia ro fuilngettur d'im- nidh ó Congal `though they had suffered sore annoyances from the hands of Congal,' TFrag. 32.18 . is mor d'imned ┐ d'etualang ro-himred form-sa, PH 2644. luidh Senach ... la hAedh nGuaire for imnedh an rígh go Ruadhan `for fear of the king,' BNnÉ 322 § 29. agaoinsiot a nimneadh fris an rígh `(the clergy) complained of their grievance to the king,' FM i 408.10 . ba ferr leo a ndianbadud ina bith ac fulang imnid inn fhir sin, TTebe 3516 . éagcóir do haith- neadh oraibh | cúis imnidh dá bhfuarobhair, DDána 68 § 6. ionann imneadh is áineas [dhaoibh], 63 § 7.

imnedach

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Forms: imnedchu

adj (imned) o, ā

I sorrowful, afflicted, miserable; trouble- some, baleful: me ... líath nocht trog i.¤ , LU 1245. im dílgud a chinad do eoin tróg i.¤ , ZCP viii 177.2 . robóisium i.¤ i tossuch a bethad is é a óenur foracbad da chenéul in hErinn, LL 51a39 . clann imneadach Ádhoimh the afflicted children of Adam, Ériu iv 114 § 16. Étáin imtechtach imnedhach atrúal (.i. ro fhulaing mór ngaibhthi), ZCP v 524.22 . "miol-si imneduch eim" ol se "┐ ro ba hi gach richt" I am a miserable wight and was so in every form, IT iii 241.193 . imthechta imnidacho (sic) eim ar n-imtecta- ne, IT iii 237.82 . a Ḟind imnedaigh O Finn beset by troubles, Fianaig. 84.2 . is mé in fer i.¤ (of the devil), Fél. 154.15 . · is e scailfess diabulchumachta iffirn imnedaig `he it is that shall scatter the diabolical powers of distressful hell,' Todd Lect. vi 69.7 . Ulchan uruadach gaba imneadach ifrin `Hell's woeful smith,' TTebe 758 . co dorus n-imnidach n-uruadach n-ifrind, 599 . rufuirmeastar beim do chind i.¤ na flesci `he laid a stroke of the lethal end of the wand,' 605 . i.¤ dano cach ráth `troublesome is every security.' Triads 30.12 . ciabo bidbu i.¤ ní imgen m' oenur, LL 119a26 . do cloinn Caidhín imnegaidh (: deghaidh) (referred to previously as síl Caidhín colaigh), KMMisc. 318.5 .

Compar. ata imnedchu `that are more full of trouble,' Ml. 57a6 .

Adv. docuaidh dha iarraid co himnidheach (MS. him- nibhach) aithmhelach. Ériu ii 82.22 . ro duiscc ... an righ ... go huttmall imnedhach, BNnÉ 324 § 38.

II As subst. dochuaid an t-imnedach asa radharc the man of tribulations i.e. the devil, Anecd. ii 12.7 . diamba diansaraighthi ba himnedhach neirce (? leg. inéirce) é he was an afflicted person fit for payment of an eric-fine, (?), O'C. 2627 (< Eg. 88, fo. 53 (54)c ).

imnegad

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n sparing, safeguarding ? : ba d'imnegud maic in ríg | coná romaítis mígním `it was to spare the king's son,' Met. Dinds. iv 50.99 . do chosnam a crechi ┐ d'imnegad a n-atharda `to contend for their plunder and to care for (?) their fatherland,' TTr. 638. ro shantaigset togail na fola cen imnegad, 2212 .

imneisse, imnisse

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(sometimes written imnaise probably through its being confused with imnaise q.v.) (? participial in origin). As subst. io,[n.] later f. strife, contention: bói i n-imnissiu fri Saxanu `he was in warfare against the Saxons,' Im. Brain 42.5 . intan bátir int ṡlúaig i n-Albe i n-imnissiu, ib. 8 . Generally with (in) chatha added : dlútaī in cath di alailiu bátar íarom i n-imnisiu in chatha co medón laí arabárach, MU² 1006. feguit for imairicc ┐ oc imnaisi chatho, IT ii2 193.113 . an imnisi chatha i mbaoi fri híarla Cloinne Riocaird, Hugh Roe 282.5 . imnisi .i. imreasain, O'Cl. imnise .i. coimhcheangal, ib.

preparation for or threatening of battle: imnesi catha .i. triall catha, Plummer MS. notes (< H 3. 18, p. 529 ). buí imnèissi chatha iter dá Chorpre, BDD² 230. bāi imnissi chatha itir Ultaib ┐ Eōgan mac Durthacht. Tīagaid Ulaid don chath, TBC² 439. imnaisi catha etir da mac Aeda ... co ro tairmeisced, AU i 420.3 . batar ierum ag imnesie cathai in dá ṡluag so `then these two hosts were threatening battle,' RC xii 88.2 . oenach Taillten do thoirmescc ... tria imneisi catha, FM ii 616.9 .

imnertad

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n act of greatly strengthening, encouraging: HEssu ... | co imthrén coan-imnertad (i.e., the hosts), SR 5032. in bairgen, sássad ┐ i.¤ in chuirp, PH 5185. dot' i.¤ a timnaib Dē ┐ a sgēlaib sgrebtrae, ZCP iii 29.7 .

imnertaid

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v strengthens: ro imnertad fri aicned, O'C. 765 (< H 3. 18, p. 360b ). See imm-nerta.