1 imtharraing, imtharrang

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n (3 imm- + tarraing) mutual pulling or dragging: gl. iomdhrang, O'Cl. trath fo im- tharrung n-étaig doib, TBC 977 (=imdīreach, TBC² 501 ). in t-inadh i tecmadh buaidhrén ottraigh ... dóibh ba cosnum ┐ ba himtarraing dóibh uime, CCath. 2523. ac imchosnum ┐ ac imthairring fri araile, TTebe 212 .

2 imtharraing

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n (2 imm + tarraing) act of violently pulling: tarrustair a muinter féin for dá colpadhaibh ┐ ro gabhsat ic[a] imtarraing imme `seized him by the calves of his legs and began to pull him,' CCath. 2087.

imthascarthid

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Forms: imthascarthithi

n i,m. (*imthascrad vn. of imm-tascra) a wrestler: n p. ind imthascarthithi gl. palestritae, Thes. ii 8.37 (Acr.).

imthathaige, imthathaigid

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n act of visiting, frequenting: ro buí imthathaidhi ghnāthach gusin sēpēl, Fl. Earls 124.2 . imthathaidhi ro-onōrach ... do dēnom isin tig si, 122.18 . ba gnāth leō ag imthathaigidh orra, 58.18 . bātor na nEdāilligh ... ag imthathaidhe go lān-līnmhar fair, 124.z.

imtheccor

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vn. from imm-to-in-cuir-. act of arranging, assembling, setting in order: Bretha Cai cona n-imtecor in cetramadh rand (of laws), BB 17b1 . mor tuath ┐ cenel ... ro bai ic imtecar na sét sin (of spoils of war), 491b16 .

imtheched

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n act of escaping: is ret choluinn fesin itai occ imteiched, Lism.L. xii 17.

imthecht

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Forms: imdheacht

n ā, f. vn. of imm-tét. (imtheacht imdheacht m. IGT Decl. § 24 ).

(a) in intrans. sense the act of going about, journeying, proceeding, going: do i.¤ foirib, a doirsea `to pass over you, ye doors,' Ml. 46a14 . snimach saethrach, bec a nert | a oenur ic sírimthecht, SR 3748. fecht do Patraic oc i.¤ i mmaigib Maicc Ercae, Trip.² 1404 . ri gaibis cu oc i.¤ aenar `setting off alone,' Laws v 172.18 . ro-batar oc imdecht i n-Ierusalem `going about in J.', PH 3675. oc imdecht imalle re chommilethaib `marching with his comrades,' RC ii 388.7 . ag i.¤ LE going away with, making off with: ag imdhecht leis na crechuibh making off with the spoils, Rel. Celt. ii 196.23 . ag i.¤ FOR (AR) happening to: cred ba ciall dona hairghenaibh sin do condcatar fen oc imtecht air `happening to him,' BCC 404.8 .

(b) In trans. sense, traversing: fofúair ann fer ... | ic i.¤ a chonaire, SR 3092. atconnarc gillu glána | oc i.¤ ind ḟiddromma, LU 3768. fecht do Moling ic i.¤ Luachra Degad, Fél. 150 § 17. do condaic dreimire o talmain co nemh ┐ é ga imtecht `and he departing thereby,' BCC 418.27 . da luing bhíos ag imtheacht an mhara, TSh. 103. fer do grís an t-áth gá i.¤ `a man who has heated the ford by his passage,' Studies 1920, 418.71 .

(c) evading, transgressing: oc mīdēnam .i. ic i.¤ cāna domnaig `bei der Umgehung des Sonntagsgesetzes,' ZCP xv 327 § 19. ōenfiadu indraic at-chí diis no triar ic imtecht cāna domnaig, ib.

(d) a wandering, a course, journey, departure: bad soch- rud ar n-i.¤ `let our going be decent,' Wb. 6a30 . fri imthect `for marching,' 12c46 . i.¤ slebe `wandering on the mountain,' Thes. ii 293.7 ( SP i ). is i.¤ doib ┐ a coibche leo `they go away (i.e. leave their husbands),' Laws v 202.z Comm. ra iarfacht ... cid dobretha i.¤ fair ┐ cid ma tanic `what had caused his journey,' TBC 101. imtheacht samuisci tre cheo `the wandering of a heifer ...,' 4478 . aes n-imthechta no tastil sliged travellers , 148 . gebid ... a ḟiallgud ...n-im- thechta immi he puts on his travelling clothes, 967 . t'i.¤ seochainni co se | ní acend acht sídaige, LU 3991. imdecht do neoch tar crích a tíre sechtar `journeying by anyone,' Ériu ii 202.2 . sé hernaile saorus fer n-imtechta ar tigh- radus na n-innile passer-by , O'D. 888 (< H 3. 17, col. 637 ). na tairmiscid ... mo shet ┐ m'imtecht, PH 1897. do gabh Eōgan lāmh ar imt[h]echt assin innsi, ML² 454. teccaim gaeth rothren anaghaidh a himtechta against its course (of a ship), CCath. 4614. an úair thug Día ormsa imtheacht romham ó thigh m'athar, Gen. xx 13. is é modh ar a bhféad- faim-ne ... imtheacht san slighidh chóir, TSh. 10555. co- mharrtha ... ag nach bhfuil imeacht ona naduir fein depar- ture (i.e. deviation) from its own nature, Luc. Fid. 239.5 . luidh reimhe ina uidhedhaibh imtheachta `he proceeded by regular marches,' FM v 1740.12 . Imteact diall isin ceapaigh (name of a metre), IT iii 100 § 178. Imtheacht na Trom- dhaimhe (name of a tale), Tromd. Guaire vii 23.

Used as obj. of certain vbs. gaibid i.¤ departs: rogab hi.¤ she departed, SR 1898. do-gní i.¤ : dena immdecht ` be off ,' PH 423. dénaidhsi i.¤ ... do dhénamh bhar bhfogh- luma ar fedh an domhain, Comp. Con C. 72.25 . léicid i.¤ do frees, dismisses: do leicc imthecht do Gallaib Laigen `he dis- missed the Leinster Galls,' Ann. Conn. 1225 § 16. léig im- theacht don fhuaráinsin ` set free ,' Studies 1919, 611 § 1 . téit i.¤: tiagait ass iaram imdechtai imciana coriachtutar in dithreb, LB 119b51 . tríallaid i.¤ : triallais imdiucht isin gaimred he attempted to set out, Ériu vii 197.19 .

(e) (esp. in pl.) adventures, exploits, doings, experience; news, tidings: ni fetar-sa mo imthechta `I know not my goings,' Wb. 28c10 . nintha do i.¤ liumm, RC xiii 222.20 . ro innis a imthechta do Béoan, LU 2968. adfíadat iarom a n-imtechta ┐ a scéla do Choncobur, LU 8937. acht co marat m'airscéla ┐ m'imthechta dimm esi, TBC 1113. indistir dūn nī do imtheachtaib ┐ do airscēlaib in c[h]eneúil, TBC² 329. ni fulngat ... tódernuma na piana na imtechta fo bith ar ni bit cinaid foraib (of the transmigration of souls), Alex. 842. adfet dóib imthechta in rig, Laws i 72.24 Comm. ara n-indissed di diúiti a imthechta `that he should tell her the simple truth of his adventures,' Im. Brain 56.8 . ro- íarfaig Finnén de imthechta Hérenn .i. aní forcoemnacair inti ó amsir Partholóin, ii 286.6 . an sgéal léaghthar i n-im- theachtaibh Shéarlais Mhóir, TSh. 5205. ro gab a herrad imtechtæ ┐ ammaitechta impi (of magic feats), CCath. 4116.

(f) departure by death, decease: intan rocloither imtecht daini `when thou hearest of a man's decease,' Mon. Tall. 136.15 . tug an imtheacht tinnteach is tóirneach, Keat. Poems 144.

(g) pace, walk, going on foot, power of walking: bá miniu ┐ bá lúathiu a n-imtecht, LU 8255. roluath laissin caillig a i.¤ sum, Fél. 150 § 17. nir ḟet marcachus na himdecht do dénam she could neither ride nor walk, Todd Lect. vi 40.11 . do-rat Isu ... imtecht do na baccachaib, PH 4533. cos cín ímteacht iar fuined, ZCP xiii 278.12 .

(h) extent, scope: do réir imtheachta nó réime aitheantadh Dé, Donlevy 320.18 .

(i) Folld. by prep. AR imitation ?: do ní Eoin imtheacht mar sain | ar inntleacht an Eoin iodhain `Eoin doth strive to imitate the character,' Arch. Hib. i 91 § xix .

(j) of sexual intercourse: rē mnaoi ar a raibhe imthecht aige 'a woman with whom he had intercourse' Celtica i 216.246 . imtheacht ar mhnaoi Plunkett s.v. coitus , Celtica i 235 . go raibhe deamhan do ghnáth ag imtheachd ar mháthair Lúitéir, Desid. 3805 .

imthechta

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verb. necess. of imm-tét. able to be traversed, passable: cuisne mór ocus siocc gurb imdecda prim locha ... Erenn, CS 154.3 .

imthechtach

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adj o, ā (imthecht) wandering, moving: Étáin imtechtach imnedhach, ZCP v 524.22 . ar gach luing luait[h]- imthechtaig, ML² 654. sdíoma bruit h'eich imtheachduigh, IGT Decl. ex. 121.

imthechtaid

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n a traveller ?: lasin cingid .i. lasin cuindid no lasin imtechtaid, Fél.² cxl gl. 13 .

imtheclamad

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n (2 imm + teclamad, q.v.) the act of assembling, collecting together (trans.): roga duit ... a n-imtheclamad no a n-imscothad ... dogén a n-imtheclamad, TBC 1406.