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.

imnigad

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x see imnagad.

imnocht

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I adj stark naked: muc Mic Dá-Thó, tlachtmūad torc | nocharb í ind attrúag imnocht, Sc.MMD² § 22a . ba ingnad a bith imnocht, SR 1298. Fig. free from sin ?, detached from the world: bas lomm ō phecad ┐ bas imnocht ó domhan, Corm. Y 211. araile ancarae robui hi cluaoin mac naois ... imnocht imdilmain cen ní for a cubus, Mon. Tall. 155.4 . ro thathamhair ... íar na beith iomnocht imdilmain ó dhemhan ┐ o dhomhan, Hugh Roe 262.7 .

II ? As subst. (cf. Sc. MMD2 cited supra) : iomnocht feise i.¤ croiceann muice, Atlantis iv 200.7 (O. Chl. Tuireann).

imnochtae

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n , f. (imnocht) utter bareness, nakedness: ba réil di a himnochta, SR 6688. In monastic sense, state of being stripped of all worldly goods, poverty: imnochta do sechim dogrēss ar Crīst ┐ ar na soiscēla, ZCP iii 28.31 . ind imnochta toltanach (leg. tholtanaig with LB), Arch. iii 320 § 95. iar n-erchoiliud ætla imnochtai `after taking a vow of renunciation,' Ériu vii 168 § 11. menme imnochtae `a mind set on poverty,' 154.6 .

imnotacht

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n ` payment ' (Plummer MS. notes) : is ceithri .uii. cumal madh imnotacht cacha bliadhna da ecclais bunaidh fein, O'D. 2430 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 56d ).

imnuide

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Forms: himnuidi

n , f. (Lat. hymnodia) hymnody: g s. tuaruscbala na salm ocus na himnuidi , Lib. Hymn. i 193.3 .

imoirgnechas

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n mutual attack : imairgnechus .i. int em-airgnechus uais doniat imuich arinn achad, CIH i 284.3 . Cf. oirgnech, 1 imm-oirg.

impa

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Forms: impa, impadha, impuibh, impadhuibh

n m. Often with dental infl. in pl. n p. impa, impadha, d p. impuibh, impadhuibh, IGT Decl. § 2. shoot: used figur. cion do sháruigh cionta an chroinn | iompa do choill Ádhaimh inn `I am a true sprout of Adam's wood,' Studies 1936, 491 § 16 . dá chnó dhéag d'iompuibh na humhla, DDána 34 § 11. do loitedh do'n leith abus bile uasal do na haicmedhaib sin .i. adbar indorrigh agus impe in aballghuirt fírcumra .i. Aodh mac Dondchaid, Caithr. Thoirdh. 91.17 . tearc ann ionntamhail na bhfear | d'iom- padhaibh Ghall nó Ghaoidheal amongst the descendants of the Gall or Gael, TD 9 § 5.

impáidech

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adj o, ā (impód) turning; changeable, inconstant: impáidach .i. uersus (glosses uersutus), Sg. 60a8 .

As epithet, inconstant, fickle, easily turned away: ciniud formtech miscnech impuithech for in tí cungnus lib-si, PH 2820.

In trans. sense, transmuting, transformative: brigh claechlaidhteach no impoigeach `a changing or transmuting power,' Mackinnon Cat. 34.10 .

impartan

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n ā, f. improper behaviour, transgression: imortan .i. importan .i. imbreith, Corm. Y 749. a Eua choir crotha cain | ar troig tra dot' impartain, SR 1482. Cf. Lat. im- portunus.