impersonali

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Forms: impersonali

n n p. : impersonali nad biat hua brethir ut poenitet (gl. impersonalia uerba), Sg. 153a1 .

impesse

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x see imm-said.

impetóir

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Forms: impetóir

n `a case in which either the paten only, or both the paten and chalice are kept' (Gwynn, Hermathena xxi p. 8 ff. ) : co rabat aidmi oc cech altōir ┐ terimpetōir (leg. eter impetóir, Gwynn loc. cit.) (.i. imaltōir) ┐ anarta coisecarthai, Ériu i 219 § 9 , transltd. `that every altar may have its imple- ments, both the impetóir and the consecrated cloths,' (Gwynn, Hermathena xxi p. 9 ). coisecrad ind impetóir (MS. imptoir) .i. na méssi no bréit bec dia n-airiter corp Críst, LB 277b25 , transltd. `the consecration of the ¤ .i. of the paten or the small cloth from which the body of Christ is eaten,' (Gwynn, p. 10). impetoir .i. altoir, ut est, "foir impetoir .iiii. mis" .i. impe thoirithnis (v.l. impetoirit niges) cach araile iman altoir, O'Dav. 1122 , which Gwynn emends to : i.¤ .i. altóir, ut est, foir impetóir cetheora mías .i. impe thoirithniges, etc., and translates `upon it a case containing four patens .i.e. (it is) round it that each man assists his fellow round the altar,' concluding that O'Dav. 's impetóir .i. altóir is clearly wrong and that the further explanation, impe tóirithniges, etc., is merely a specimen of etymological guesswork.

impid

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ind .i. slat, O'Cl. Cf. impa ?

impide

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Forms: impidi

n (See Ped. ii 605 ) impidi f. IGT Decl. § 3. entreaty, prayer, intercession: dorat degimpidi dam-sa, Trip.² 2663. doratsat Ulaid uli impidi fair im thúaslucud na cesta, LU 8395 (FB). teigtis mathe Ulad cuce i n-i.¤ im dig do Chon- chobar, RC viii 54.9 . adbert ... in brec ar a deigimpíghi go mbeidís mathi uadha da esi, BB 233b30 . ar gach n- impidhi n-ūasail | i nim ocus a talmain `for the sake of each noble intercession,' Ériu iii 30 § 18. as e no ṡlonnadh aitheasc uaidh ┐ cuigi ┐ doberthea logh impidi dho, RC xliii 120 § 124. ind eclais ic a fil comus cech maithiusa ┐ cecha deg-impide, PH 4169. ni betis na tost tria i.¤ forru, LL 120b44 . o roemidh in rigan ... i.¤ for Laitin imoni rochuindig fair `when the queen failed in her entreaty with Latinus,' Aen. 1660. do aem ar impigeachaib do chind shidha, Caithr. Cellaig 878. mar chūiss impidhe ┐ onōrachuiss `as an act of grace and concession,' Fl. Earls 70.28 . ná gabh uatha a n-impidhe `listen not to their entreaties,' TD 2 § 54. fóir ... ar nguais-ne ... do thaoibh t'uaisle is t'impeidhe, DDána 12 § 5. labh- raidh an bocht lé himpidheachaibh `cum obsecrationibus,' TSh. 1270. allatum .i. impide, Lor. Gild. gl. 11. im itgi gl. ar impidi, Laws v 442.12 Comm. In phrase impide do chur ar : [amhuil] do chuirfeadh Dia impidhe [oruibhsi] thríne `as if God were entreating you by us,' 2 Corinth. v 20. dochum impidhe dho chur ar Thítus dúinn, viii 6 .

cuit impide ` intercession share i.e. if a man has no proper legal right to certain [disputed] `seds' which are obtained for him only by intercession, the intercessor has a right to a share of these `seds' unless there had been a pre-existing promise' (Laws Gl.) : is asta ata cuit impi : seoit na dlidhinn do reir dligid ┐ cinnti no condtabairt co n-ar impi tucad iat, ┐ trian ar impi cindti ┐ seisi ar impi condtabartaid, in tan foilis nech ini si, ┐ ni tiubrad dho, muna beth i.¤, is cuit tobaig as fo aicned na criche, Laws v 334.14 Comm. ní bhfuil ní air bith is mó cuid impidhe air Dhia ioná an urnuigh `nothing prevails more upon God than prayer,' Donlevy 440.23 .

? To this : luach impigche `name of a fine paid by the erenagh of Clogher to the bishop on the marriage of his daughter,' Ussher, Works xi 428 .

impidech

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n o, m. (impide) an intercessor: impid .i. impidheach, O'Cl. naem bus mo d'impidech ┐ do comairlech, BCC 24.29 . dob iongnadh leis nach raibh impidheach ann `he wondered that there was no intercessor,' Is. lix 16. dá mbeinnse im' impidheach ort `were I thy suitor,' TD 19 § 11. is lór don uile a heineach | ar Muire ógh d'impidheach, DDána 7 § 7. mo dhán agus mo dhorn deas | dias im- pidheach ar mh'aimhleas, 84 § 2. ni fuaratar impidhig do fromad in eisg, Fen. 186.21 .

impód, impúd

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Forms: impóid, iompuidhthe, impúd, impúth

n u, m. also o, m. vn. of imm-sói. g s. impóid, BColm. 84.32 . iompuidhthe, TSh. 3997.

(a) act of turning round, overturning, inversion: impúd gl. uersio, Sg. 106b10 . trisin nimpúd nisin `through that turning,' Ml. 93a18 . impud forcmachtae gl. uelut apostropha, 120c8 . tre impúth, Sg. 4b8 . tre ímpuud .i. tucad a tosuch fo diu[d] gl. per anas- trophen, 202b8 . tria impúd in anmma is aed dea, Corm. p. 2 (s.v. aedh) (=tria delidin, Corm. Y 33 ). is e so a himpod na hEamna reversing the order of the lines in a metre, Todd Lect. iii 122.16 . is ūasal int impū[d] soḟis frisinní na derna custrásta, Anecd. v 27 n. 6 . amal bis rothmol for luth | tria bithu for bithimputh, SR 200. go rabus ag impod na Temrach ocus conid ann sin ro claenta Temuir `that Tara was being overturned,' Laws i 6.13 . oc impud na bairgine `turning the cake,' i 142.y Comm. icon cloich impóid `at the turning-stone,' BColm. 84.32 . an trath bis la againne ar uachtar talman bigh aitci fo talmain ┐ is mar sin re na impodh `and vice versa,' Ir. Astr. Tr. 24.5 . im- soadh ina crocend .i. an ḟeoil ┐ na cnama do impodh, RC ix 470.9 . cia himpód sin doniat do shuile it chind, PH 8129. ger[b] mór a saethar ic impódh a n-angcairedh `heaving their anchors,' CCath. 1423. an tan teagmhas a dhruim ré lár, nach bí ann féin iompódh, TSh. 3903. do bheirmíd ar a gcorp uile iompúgh fá gcuairt, James iii 3 . bíaidh in tolamhsa atá fúm | lá oramsa gá impúdh, IGT Decl. ex. 718. nar thí dhí an udhuim d'iompódh `may she not displace the harness,' Aithd.D. 81 § 10.

(b) the act of returning ; turning out: senad do sodadh as a nairlisi .i. senad na heclaisi d'impod ass a uasal lis `to turn a synod out of its noble fort,' Laws iv 52.13 . iar n-impo dóibh ō Gyi `after they turned from G.', ZCP vi 76.11 . impo dochom h. Flaithbertaig ar cula, Ann. Conn. 1225 § 16. an fiabras d'iompódh arna bhárach, 23 K 42, 49.5 . adubhairt dha gcur san dún | dob é turus gan iom- pughadh, Ériu i 18.38 . tig rinn ar ndomhnach go Dún | fa connlach inn ag iompúdh, IGT Decl. ex. 1436.

(c) the act of turning, becoming converted or perverted: int impúd gl. (strati) conuersio, Ml. 61a28 . impúth ` con- version ,' Sg. 60b15a . a popul oc impod dochum n-irse, PH 290. do lean mé sna peacthuibh Pól | sní leantair é ar a impódh, IGT Decl. ex. 765. Pól asbal ... d'iompúdh fa iris creidmhe, Dán Dé vi 35. fearg Íosa do chur ar gcúl | usa ná m'aigneadh d'iompúdh, xxi 32 . ar n-iompódh a thoile ó bheith ag smuaineadh ar na neithibh neamhdha, TSh. 1625. toradh iompuidhthe ón pheacadh `fructum conversionis,' 3997 . acht an bhrég do chur ar gcúl | 's gan páirt araile d'iompúdh `without perverting the other side,' Content. vi 1. gach glór do chansad tar chóir | ... | do bhadh reacht gan é d'iompúdh, xxix 6 .

(d) the act of turning away, warding off: dobhí an donus-so, a Dhé, a ndán | sé ní horusa dh'iompádh, Gleanings 16 § 12. níor maoidheadh Ulltaigh san ágh | aoinfhear d'Ulltaibh gá n-iompádh, Content. xxx 31. dá bhféadaois a fheirg d'iompúdh, Dán Dé v 9. gidh tearc atá dá fhine | re hiompódh a oirbhire, xxii 34 .

(e) Folld. by FOR (AR), revolt, rebellion against: cia for a ndernsum-ni in t-impod-sin ? against whom have we rebelled ?, PH 2821. cétimpodh Briain ┐ Con[n]acht for Maelsechlainn, RC xvii 353.6 . co tardsat a lanríar dó isin impodh doronsad fair rome `they gave him his full reward in respect of the revolt which they had made against him,' RC xviii 47.8 . impodh do Tuadh-Mumain ... ar Ua Con- chobair, 57.13 . ar n-imphod do Cormac ar druidibh, 382.18 .

(f) act of annulling, reversing (of contracts, etc.) : comad amail ingaire do'n mac a n-impod (gloss on : atait tri cuir tindtai mac beo-athar) so that to reverse them is like un- dutifulness on the part of the son, Laws v 438.6 Comm. atait tri feranna ... noco n-usa dona Feinib ... a n-impod, gloss on : nadat usa ... do tinntogh, v 428.9 Comm. lán doirn dha bhfuil san dún | do leigen let gan iompughadh `the full of thy fist of all that is in the dún to be granted thee without revoking,' Ériu i 20.80 .

impriulacht

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n empire: ar in taep amoigh d'ainm in pāpa, dia i.¤ ┐ dia rīghacht, Fl. Earls 178.26 .

impuide, im(p)ṡuide

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(lit. sitting round) n io,n. vn. of imm-said.

(a) the act of laying seige to, beleaguering ; an encompassment: a n-impsuide gl. obsidio, Ml. 43b10 . huand impudiu gl. obseditione, 106b2 . ní ho imsuidiu impu ón gl. non uallando, 123b9 . amal bete som i n-impudiu inna brithemnacte `as they will be in the encompassment of the Doom,' Wb. 9c10 . ro-saerad Ierusalem ... do lamaib na n-Asarda batar a n-imshuidi impe, PH 8414. ic imṡuidi na cathrach, CCath. 1803. ro marbsat a n-eochu, air ní gnath a tarba do slogh o tairic a n-imsaidhi `they killed their horses for these are not usually profitable to a beleaguered army,' 2483 . battar cian is in iomshuidhe, ar aoi nir fhéadsat an baile do ghabhail, FM iv 898.2 .

Folld. by FOR : caissel ... do denum ... do gabail ┐ d'imsuidhi for Poimp cona slogaib `to build a wall ... (and thus) to enclose and surround Pompey and his troops,' CCath. 3427. ac faircsin ... for scoraib na Rudullta batar a n- imshuidhi forro `who were hemming them in,' Aen. 2066.

(b) ` seating, relative seats (in court), session ' (Plummer MS. notes) : caidi corus a n-imsuidi ... .i. suided in taigni fil oc an acra isin ninad is uaisli ann, O'C. 230 (< H 3. 18, p. 125 ). imsuidhe .i. em-tairisim ut est ar is a himsuidhi fer firen berar in fírinne, O'Dav. 1077. ? To this : im- suidhiu imsegar fir fiadhna .i. tarrustar fiadnaise ime iar bfir ait i mbí ina eimsuige e, 1488 .

impúithech

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x see impáidech.

imracht ?

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Forms: imracht

v pret. s. 3. from *imm-rig stretches about: crich talman cech cruth imracht | brig bladmar, bruthmar, brecc- bárc, SR 2641. See also s.v. imm-aig.