imṡreng

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n a fight, a wrestling bout?: co tarla doib imsreang curad `they had a champion's fight,' Ériu ii 180.9 .

imṡrengal

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[n ā, f.] mutual tearing, rending: no bidis ic im- sreaṅgail ┐ ic conglec etarro, RC xxiv 174.11 .

imṡreth

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n (? 1 imm+sreth row) encircling band ?: rollasat tri himsrethai imma chend, IT i 276 n. 10 . See imroth.

imṡruth

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(a) (? 1 imm + sruth) n an encircling stream ?: caín cocarsi ind ḟuilt sin co curend téora imsrotha im claiss a chúlaid, LU 6543. cain cocortus inn [fh]uilt sin co cuirend teora imsrotha 'ma fhormna, RC xi 26.9 . But cf. imroth.

(b) (2 imm + sruth) lit. great stream. Used as the name of a disease dysentry ?: dotharraid teidm ... | iar cein do galur medóin | ba marb sochaidi dont sluag | dond im- sruth roenach roruad, SR 4160.

imṡuide

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x see impuide.

1 imtha

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x see imm-tá.

2 imtha

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x see immad.

1 imthach

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Forms: imtach

adj o, ā (immad) envious, jealous; adulterous: iomtha ┐ iomthach .i. tnúthach, O'Cl. tria aslach n-i.¤ fo chlith | dorimgart 'na comlepaid, SR 3175. As subst.: g p. do macaib imtach ┐ caratban `sons of harlots and concubines,' TTr.² 190.

2 imthach

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n o,n. vn. of imm-tuigethar. `a covering, i.e., supple- mentary services rendered by furnishing food supplies ' (Hessen s.v. 2 immthach): dligith ri Caissil teora bú diib cona imthug cona sainbiadaib, Anecd. iii 58.25 . unga arcait for fer imtheit co n-eri and ┐ a thimthach (imtach v.l.) do loscad ┐ dílsi a eri, Ériu ii 204 § 23 and n. Cf. timthach. See also imthuige.

3 imthach

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n [o,n.] vn. of im-toing. the act of swearing about, making oath in compurgation; a compurgatory oath: cate imthach ┐ naidm ┐ rá(i)th ...' cach áe ?, Críth Gabl. 19. imtach .i. imtongat as fri athair ┐ senathair rombui ind aicme, O'C. 467 (< H 3. 18, p. 246 ). doueram (=doberam) ... aní donrocht fo imthuach (v.ll. imthuch, imtoch), Anecd. ii 61.14 .

imthacht

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n covering, garment, cloak (cf. timthacht): t'i.¤ fria fégad co fír | doridnacht Dia do Dauid (as insignia of kingship), SR 6503. toichim na laecraide ... a n-egosc, a n-i.¤, ┐ a ndecelt, BB 414b22 .