imscarad

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n u, m. vn. of imm-scara. the act of parting mutually; mutual separation: ropo dóig lind cen anad | noco bíad ar n-i.¤ that we should never be separated, LU 3970. ro innis doibh a n-iomsccaradh fri aroile, BNnÉ 299 § 47. boilg meadhón uimpi ... can easna can imscaradh `she was one continuous belly without ribs without separation,' Misc. Celt. Soc. 72.14 . ar daigh ... a n-imscarta ria a muindtir, RC xliii 36 § 32. ar émi imscartha frisin peccad, xv 488 § 6 . do-ní bás na coire iomsgaradh na hanma ré caidreabh ... na naomh, TSh. 1465. an t-anam ┐ an corp do dheadhail ┐ d'iomsgaradh ré chéile, 1105 . iomscaradh Ghiolla Íosa ... agus na huaisle sin, Maguires of F. § 85.

Used esp. of parting after a hostile encounter; the issue of an encounter: bid menn inar n- i.¤ it will be clear at our parting, Sc.MMD² § 15. i.¤ da aidlend áig na Asia ┐ na Éorpa, TTr. 1997. i.¤ Cathail ┐ Laigin conuigi sin `the result of the battle between C. and the Leinstermen' (concluding words of the Battle of Allen), RC xxiv 66.4 . fiarfaigis de cinnus no biadh imscaradh a cocaid ocus Nathí. asbert in drái comad é Nathí bud choscrach, SG 333.12 . ba he an (leg. a n-) iomscaradh, na Fomoire do dicheandadh do lamaibh na laech sin, Leb. Gab. 84.12 . cionnus no biadh iom- scaradh na sluagh ccechtardha, 198.21 . rob e iomsccaradh na hiorghaile sin, FM vi 2116.20 . Cf. imscar.

Used in the Laws with the same signification as imscar q.v.: i.¤ fri anfolta flatha `a separation in consequence of the bad qualifications of the chief,' Laws ii 322.1 . i.¤ imtoga co nairitiu ocus logad cen anfolta nechtar da lina `a separa- tion from choice,' 312.22 . (glossed: toga la cechtar de in t-i.¤ , 314.5 Comm. ). i.¤ dotluigigter (=dotluichither) flaith fri aigillni `a separation which the chief requests from the tenant,' 316.z . i.¤ athcuir cen anfolta flatha `a separation by return of the stock without any disqualification of the chief,' 318.x . nomad a lamtoraid fri hi.¤ doib `one-ninth of the produce of her hand to the woman at their separation,' 392.y . lanam- nus foxail ocus lanamnas taide; ni techtad ni do chomraind fri hi.¤ do beodil na marbdil acht comperta, 400.x . is meise fuidir griain imsgartha fri flaith `the `fuidir' of land may separate from his chief,' v 360.18 .

imscemgail

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n mutual clashing: i.¤ a scíath, TTr. 1999.

imscerde

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Forms: immscerde

ind immscerde gl. praefectorius, Sg. 35a4 .

imscibaid

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v jumps about ?: mar rancatar (viz. na coin) ┐ na cairigh a ceili imscibhesdar in lasair fo na cairibh `le feu sauta sur les brebis,' RC xliii 98 § 101.

imscing, imsceng

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Forms: imscingi, imscinge, imscingib

n n s. imscing nglan Ériu xxi 154 § 28 (cheville). g s. imscingi, TTr.² 1845. a p. imscinge, Aisl. MC 47.6 . d p. imscingib, TTebe 462 .

(a) bedroom; apartment, enclosure, pavilion, court: i.¤ .i. tech becc a talla imdae, Corm. Y 790. imsceng .i. both bec imma timchellae imdae, 1151 . isinn i.¤ gl. praetorio, Rawl. B 512, fo. 72d (<Plummer MS. notes). i.¤ .i. teagh beag a dtuilleann leaba no ina mbí leaba, O'Cl. imsceng Fiadat ... amal phupall, ZCP xi 110 § 33. oc ól meda ... isin i.¤ ar [a f(?)]aithchi, Ériu viii 157.12 . lotar do indsi ... i fair- neacdar i.¤ n-ochradh (leg. n-ac[c]rad) atreab nglesse, Anecd. i 56 § 50 . as in i.¤ .i. as in garrda rigda, PH 3293. racum- taiged i.¤ rígda lais i mmedón na cathrach, TTr. 731. dochum denna ┐ rigimscingi ┐ rígpheláti Príaim, TTr.² 1845. ro cúmdacht ... in i.¤ ┐ in arocuil ┐ in luic rigda ... o mairgretaib `bedroom,' Alex. 589. i rīg-i.¤ mōir medōnaig in dūnaid `in the large central royal pavilion of the fort,' Aisl. MC 103.23 .

(b) a bed, couch: i.¤ linanairt gil co ndelbaib ingantachaib fri fraigid and, IT iii 492.407 . 'na i.¤ .i. 'na lebaigh (B. na f.), ZCP v 488 § 8. i.¤ bic (mbicc v.l.) .i. biim i llepaid immalle fri ríg, RC xxvi 22 § 65. tanic Cāthal mac Finguine co mbúidnib ... fer Muman co n-dessitar for colbadu ┐ imscinge ┐ imdadu `on bed-rails and couches and beds,' Aisl. MC 47.6 .

(c) a covering, wrap, garment: re dergud imdad do pellaib cimsacha ... ┐ d'imscingib ailli orda ┐ do chear- chaillib, TTebe 462 . doratt araile maigdin i.¤ do línanair[t] laingil cuigi, D iv 2, 79vb24 . rogab Lainsaloid and i.¤ roin- nig (?) (last word indistinct in MS.) no bith uimbe fri fulung fhochaidi ┐ dubrudar lucht in caisteil ris nach roibi achan (? fochann) do in edach pennaidi sin do gabail uimbe a garment of haircloth ?, 79vb18 .

(d) a diadem (see RC xliv 370 ff .): ro gabhsomh ediudh Oilella ┐ imsgincc ordha uime (=foruirmiset muinter Ailella a mind ríg for Tamun, LU 6670 ), TBC p. 409 n. 11 . faítsetar fir hErend étgud Ailella ┐ a i.¤ n-orda immon corthe, TBC 4440. gab in n-erriud rígdaide imme ┐ in n-imsciṅg n-órda (cor gaibib (sic) Mane for a chend in mind v.l.), 4452 . claideb co truaill ḟéta ... findruine co ṅ-i.¤ airgdide co cumtuch órda, LL 189b14 .

imscoich:

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adj imscoich (imscoith, v.l.) ┐ imacher a gnímrad in gillai ` very cutting and very keen were the deeds of the lad,' Ériu iv 30.1 . (Stokes would read imscoith connecting it with imscothad. Cf. imscochadh, v.l. to imscothadh, CCath. 2121 ).

imscoltad

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n the act of splitting or rending: bá samhalta fós ré fíodhbhadh ... gá hiomsgoltadh ┐ gá hantuargain ... re hiomraobadh na gaoithe `being rent and smitten,' CRR² § 35. i.¤ ngáise ` hair-splitting ,' Tec. Corm. § 22.10 (Cf. iomsgoltadh .i. ainiomad . iomsgoltadh ngáoisi .i. ainiomad gliocais, O'Cl.).

imscothad

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vn. of imscothaid. the act of stripping, peeling, hewing, lopping: roga duit ... a n-imtheclamad no a n-i.¤ (of shafts for a chariot), TBC 1407. forrópart Cuchulaind for a n-i.¤ ┐ nos tairṅged tria ladraib a choss, 1408 . in ba teclaim na fertus dogēna fa [a] n-i.¤ bid a n-imscathad, ol C., TBC² 783. barróisc Cuchulaind in claidiub assa intiuch Bhodbha d'i.¤ na n-arm ┐ d'immetrommugud in scéith fair, TBC 2955. gebid ic i.¤ tossaig na tren-ḟer, LL 238a48 . gabhait ic i.¤ a lamh díbh dá claidhmibh cor[o] lensat a nglacca i mburd na luingi, CCath. 2121. bili giuis arna imscathadh `stem of a fir tree stripped of its branches,' Aen. 173.

Fig. imscothud n-insci `(lit. stripping speech) removing nodosities from his composition' (glossed .i. [is] séim scoithes a indsci cona bit faidb furri), RC xxvi 22 § 64 and n.

? Name of some kind of literary composition or ornament: Briatharchath Goburchind, Glanindtlecht n-Etaine, Im- scothadh Cuimine, Anecd. ii 53.9 .

imscothaid

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Forms: imscathais

v strips, peels, lops: pret. s. 3 imscathais (im- scothis, LU) na fertse cuilinn tria ladra a glacc, TBC² 783. ro imscaithestar sum 'na urthimchell iat comdais taebh- scailti ... colla na curadh, MR 302.21 . ro hiomscothadh Toirrdealbhach ... iarttain (of maiming, mutilating a human being), FM iv 1010.26 .

imscrípgal

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n ā, f. (2 imm + sgríbgal act of scratching ?) act of scuffling ?: mithig lim-sa techt do imscrípgail friu `um mich mit ihnen zu katzbalgen,' TBC 1199.

imsech ?:

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ind cen imsecha fair .i. gan emhsechaigh ceille fair no cen i.¤ ina gnimhaibh, O'C. 2394 (< Eg. 88, fo. 30b ).