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.

imracul, imracal

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n o, m. error, mistake: mad āille lat dala cur | dam-sa arnad i.¤ | is lestar n-ōir [as] lān d'ḟīn | cīall glan la cruth nach anmīn, ZCP vi 268.1 . do thidnacul rechta reil | cen i.¤ tria glancheil, SR 4106. dobeir-siumh cen imrocol | nem do cech [aen] no toghand, Anecd. ii 22 § 8. is desin atá Lia in imracail ar in lia so, d'imracal Ḟind ┐ na Féinde, cor' marbadur a muinter fein a richt Chlainde Morna, Acall. 7881.

imrád

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Forms: imrádh, imráth

n o, m. vn. of imm-rádi. imrádh, imráth m. IGT Decl. § 11.

(a) the act of talking about, discussing, mentioning, re- counting ; rumour, fame, reference: cid cuit á imraid co mmenic ni dernus `even as to mentioning it frequently I did it not,' Ml. 39a11 . atchuala Fer Diad in n-gae m-bolga d'i.¤ F.D. heard the `gae bulga' being discussed, TBC 3936. cia badh cubha[i]dh ré hiomrádh na n-aithiosg `who would be suitable to announce those terms,' CRR² § 9. robatur 'ga imradh cia leth noraghdais they were debating, RC xiv 40.18 . luad betha .i. o thengaid fer mbetha oca imrad, Fél.² cxxvii 14. gan iomrágh ar a ... hard chosgar `without mentioning its great slaughter,' Rel. Celt. ii 192.14 . Osgidha ... cen imrad ní fodhmam[m] `Osgitha ... we do not suffer her to be without consideration,' Gorm. Oct. 7. rob imnār le Muiri mōir | guide d'imrād ar ḟīrōigh addressing a request to a virgin, ZCP viii 562 § 4. báitir Garman 'sin loch lán | na heólaig aca i.¤ `the learned are continually making mention of it,' Met. Dinds. iii 174.90 . Sgeallán Caol ... ara ndéinenn betha Fionnchon iomrádh, Mart. Don. 100.15 . ná leagar san teach a ttám | neach budh eagal dar n-iomrádh to our fame, Ir. Texts i 38 § 13. o tchualadar imrad indsi Lemin `when they heard the tale of the island of Lemnos,' TTebe 2170 . iar gclos iomráidh na péiste dhó, Maguires of F. § 3. ón tráth fá a gcúalamar iomrádh bhur gcreidimh, Coloss. i 4. do bhí a iomrádh annsan uile chrích `his fame was in all nations,' 1 Kings iv 31. bíaidh iomrádh air iomrádh `rumour shall come upon rumour,' Ezech. vii 26. gurab annamh bhíos luadh ná iomrádh ... ar an duine ó dho-gheibh bás, TSh. 4254. sgéal bhus cúis iomráith orra / 'na chúis iong- náith eatorra `a matter that will cause them to be discussed forms a curious dispute between them,' TD 15 § 26. ní mhaireann aicme Chonaill / dream ba rothoil i n-iomrádh, Measgra D. 55.30 . a clú, a eólas ┐ a iomradh naomhtha, O'Hussey T.C. 95.10. lán d'iomrádh ┐ d'einech, FM vi 2234.19 . céad slán iomráidh do na mnáibh, Dánta Gr.² 3 § 1. tuar iomráidh `a portent of fame,' Content. xxx 13.

(b) act of meditating, thought: coicill .i. imrad, ut est [i mbréithir], a coicill, a ngnīmh, O'Mulc. 281. eadh risa ngebad a paider | ni biodh gan laiden d'iomradh `while he would say his paternoster he would not be without thinking of Latin,' ZCP i 66 § 137. Aithbi cen olc d'imrád `Aithbe who thought no evil,' Gorm. Apr. 4. do b'fhearr dhúinn gan iomrádh ort, Measgra D. 51.47 . do batar ac imrádh C.C. go mor `they set their thoughts right earnestly on C.C.', BCC 394.24 .

imrádud

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Forms: imbradud, imradadh, nimradud, dagimrata, drogimrato, imraito, n-imbrádud-si, imbráti, imraiti, ndrochimratiu, imráti, n-imraitti, imratib

n u, m. n s. imbradud, Wb. 6b6 . int imradadh , Laws i 242.25 Comm. a s. tre bar nimradud , Wb. 27a1 . g s. in dagimrata , 3d5 . drogimrato, ib. imraito, 3d6 . d s. ar far n-imbrádud-si , 16b16 . n p. imbráti, Wb. 31b26 . imraiti, Ml. 38a5 . a p. triar ndrochimratiu , 83c11 . imráti, Wb. 1d7 . g p. na n-imraitti , Ériu ii 144 § 159. d p. ho imratib , Ml. 38a5 .

(a) the act of thinking, deliberating, thought, cogitation, intention: iomradhadh .i. smuaineadh, O'Cl. ho imradud gl. deliberatione, Ml. 28a14 . o imradud gl. deliberando, 82b7 . accobor la mmenmuin maid do imradud act nand-léicci concupiscentia carnalis, Wb. 3d13 . caritate .i. di imradud dáe, 15d7 . imrádat imráti cid maith as déntí, 1d7 . ba ac imradud chloine nobíth, Ml. 55c19 . imradud inna réte ndomunde (sic leg.) `consideration of the mundane things,' Wb. 3d34 . ni íar colinn didiu mo imradud sa, 14c22 . air is imradud á labrad sidi in menman `for the speech of the mind is thought,' Ml. 138a3 . imradud fria thogais `meditation to deceive him,' 28c14 . gním et briathar et imbrádud, Wb. 12d39 . forbe in dagimrata cen tetarcor drogimrato `the completion of the good intention without interposing an evil intention,' 3d5 . ro fírtha tra uli a n imrati dóib all their wishes were fulfilled, LU 9640. o ro glé a i.¤ ┐ a scrútan uli inna menmain, LU 8108 (FB). ba sí báethir dogéni Cu Chulaind ocna imratib se as he mused, 9135 (FB). inid (sic leg.) diliu imradud in marbain innousa ? `is the thought of the dead man dearer to thee than I am ?,' Mór M. 265.8 . in timradadh `the intention [of the deed],' Laws i 242.25 Comm. noco dein in timradugadh ar men- main, 244.9 Comm. is dochu biaid i.¤ la Laigniu form-sa immon ṁbrait-se `the Leinstermen will be plotting against me,' RC viii 52.21 . toticfa dígal no chath | tria th' i.¤ ndium- masach, SR 6856. a Eua, cid arnotgeib ? | is mór dogni d'imrateib, 1694 . nech marbus a cheli tria feirc ┐ imradud in anger and deliberation, Ériu vii 168 § 11. aisnetsium imradad na rann gin smuainedh the purport (?) of the verses, Laws v 58.3 Comm. nacha-t-geibed miad menman ... cid i t'imradud don deig-gním dogéna, PH 6048. immradud ina mbiad i n-amsir áine `thinking of foods,' 8387 . cen écraite d'imrádad `without brooding over enmity,' Met. Dinds. iii 172.64 . dobadar ag imradad uile ana n-aigentaib dá ríg bodein, TTebe 885 . tangatar imraiti ... ar menmain dond milid, 236 . imroraid imradud. Nicon rabai tosach dond imradhud sin, Ériu ii 106 § 16.

(b) discussing, mentioning ; a discussion: ro ansat ind óic dia n-imratib ┐ dia radsechaib from their discussions and babblings, LU 8964 (FB). piad imruidhedh ocus imaorad n-ailte ocus n-anradh ara himradhugh na hoirgne at the mention (or perhaps at the thought) of the raid ?, Anecd. ii 50.8 . "ro bodrais sind" or si "oc i.¤ do maic" "is coir a i.¤" ol Ronan, RC xiii 381.23 . scrúdud ocus i.¤ ocus gním `thought, word (?), and deed' MR 168.11 . ní cian do bhadar ar na hiomráitibh sin `upon that parley,' CRR² § 12. dia mbattar for na hiomraitibh sin `deliberating these matters,' FM iii 366.14 .

imraet

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x see imrét.

imraichne

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n f. (? imm-ro-aithne) error, mistake: coig anmand cinath ... conlat ar andug : fa[i]ll, eislis, elgon, i.¤, anfot, O'Mulc. 456. trí sailge boccachta : imgellad, immarbág, imreson nó imraichni, Triads 101 n. trí comartha tirdachta .i. immargal immarbág ┐ meraichne (imraithne v.l.), ib. 229 . bes immfolgna a n-athgnas no immraichni dun, IT i 144.23 . gébthir fo mac n-imraichni `he will be overcome by a son of error,' Im. Brain § 57. fer ... ro marbh fear ... tre imraichni, O'D. 2307 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 30 ). [dlighthecu] ... ocus mo is i.¤ deithbire leis duine do marbad i richt in ti tainic dferthain cneidi for corp it is more an error of necessity (i.e. a more pardonable offence) to slay a person in the guise of one who came to inflict a wound on the body, Laws iii 470.8 Comm. is e aicnedh na frithaige beith a triun ocus is é aicnedh na i.¤ bith a leth, 470.15 Comm. is [s]lan don ti ro gabh in i.¤ in athgabhail, ii 72.10 Comm. tre comraite ... ┐ tre umraithnedh fergi, O'C. 1813 (< 23 Q 6, p. 45a ). a n-imraichni romarbustar é, Ériu i 126.3 . Domhnall Ó Néill do marbhadh in iomraithne la lucht tighe uí Néill, FM iii 482.14 . ro marbhadh lá Maguidhir tré iomraithne, vi 1966.3 .

imraig

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ind a s. ? : o róet cach doenech i.¤ | noco teit inbaid d'ega, Met. Dinds. iv 316.16 .

imráitech

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Forms: Iomraiteach

adj o, ā (imrád)

(a) talked about, famous: iomráidht- each, tasgamhail, clúiteach, Eg. Gl. 411. imráiteach cach sochraid, ZCP xvii 67 § 65. gan chloinn d'ḟágbháil 'na n-áitibh | don droing ágnáir iomráitigh, TD 32 § 7. is iomdha ard-fhlaith oirdheirc iomráitteach, TSh. 5947. Buicead biadhtach do Laighnibh atá iomráidhteach i nÉirinn ` celebrated ,' Keat. ii 4723. Brighid inghean Dubhth- aigh ... atá iomráidhteach feadh na hEorpa, iii 1732 . Eogan ... mac Murchaidh ... mic Madudain imraitig, Hy Maine 134.2 . duine uasal oirdeirc iomraiteach, FM vi 2178.13 .

As npr. m. : Iomraiteach Ghlinne Cloitighe, anchoire, d'éug, FM i 372.16 .

(b) full of thought, anxious: ba snimach uireaglach il- imraitech he, Aen. 1796.

imráithem

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n o, m. ? : flaith Cé a n-aghaidh iomráithim | samhuil mé don mhurdhúchuinn, IGT Decl. ex. 433.

imraithne

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x see imraichne.

imram

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Forms: imrud

n u, m. Later somet. imrud. IGT Decl. § 28. vn. of imm-rá.

I the act of rowing, sea-voyaging: int i.¤ isind féith `rowing in the calm,' Ml. 126a1 . navigi .i. in imruma, Lib. Hymn. i 8.19 n. dia combuch oc ind i.¤ `wearing them out at rowing,' Ml. 126a7 . léiccem ass imrum ar curaigh, Snedgus u. Mac R. § 7. tairm ... tromcoblaigh ... re himar- baigh n-imraba (n-imramhadh, v.l.), TBC 5611. lucht im- rama `a rowing-party,' Laws iii 252.9 Comm. na longa ar a mbi imrum .i. na longa fada, v 104.3 Comm. a ethar do imrum in aigid na Bóindi, Lat. Lives 37.5 . rogab se ag imrudh na luingi re lamhaibh ... ┐ rogab cuan, RC x 191.28 . fuair curach gan frichnum imruma fair ach[t] a legan re coigidal na gaithi `a coracle which had no need of rowing,' Ériu iii 152 § 5. déntar seoladh ┐ iomramh aguinn nogo roisiom Éirinn, ITS v 166.11 . tigedhus do bheith gan mnáoi | as iomramh luinge gan láoi, Buile Ṡ. § 36 . imramh na longrámh lámh ris | an sál lomnán do loingis, IGT Decl. ex. 1370. telgid a seolu ┐ tiagait ar imrum, Aen. 107. dorindi imrud docum tíri, St. Ercuil 1548. ochtar ré hiomramh `eight oarsmen,' Keat. ii 1329. féachtar libh an lán mara | nach é am an iomramha, DDána 27 § 9. ag cur ṡáothair mhóir orrtha féin ag iomramh, Mark vi 48. seōlta tōgaibthe sealat aca, sealat oile ag imramh, Fl. Earls 20.15 . As title of a tale of sea-wandering : Imram Brain maic Febail, Imram Curaig Máiledúin, Imram Snedgusa ocus Maic Riagla, etc.

II Transferred meaning

(a) riding: each fri hobair ┐ fri himrum cach fir dib `a horse ... for riding,' Laws v 88.12 Comm. i n-iomramh gléasta na stéad státmhar, Hackett xl 245.

(b) Various : ni ro fonaiscisiu ferann for in ti bis for imrama a inad d'inad `upon the person who is moving about from place to place,' Laws iv 36.12 Comm. do mheall go Brian bhróin maighreadh | niamh failgheadh n-óir ar iom- ramh tossing about ?, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 91.116 . rí dar gcobhair [don] chrann sheoil | an crann do corcradh san chígh | dá láimh ghonta ar iomramh uaidh | sluaigh biodhbhadh go tochta i dtír, Aithd.D. 63 § 35.

Meaning uncertain in the phrase bé nimrama : be nim- rama .i. meirdreach, O'C. 2037 (< H 4. 22, p. 58b ). sechtmud do i n-a dormain ┐ i n-a be n-imruma, Laws v 72.5 Comm.