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.

imtheilgid

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x see imm-telci.

imthel

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x see 1 imdell.

imthelcud

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Forms: imthelgun

n u, m. vn. of imm-telci. Also imthelgun, see II (b).

I

(a) act of casting, throwing, hurling: do dítin ardríg ar imthelgud arm, TTr. 1674. cona n-uile aidhmibh imtheil- ccthe, FM vi 2126.20 .

(b) Used of the weapons cast, casting-weapons: raléic cach arachéile frassa tiuga ... d'immétrommaib a n-arm ┐ d'ilchenélaib a n-imtheilcthi, TTr. 1711.

II

(a) defecation: fri gnim cinti a chuirp cach cruth | luid inti dia imthelgud, SR 6352. lotar forru immach ... conara a n-imthelgthe, 5420 (cf. 1 Sam. v 6 ). rosben a ciall ... fri re no beth oc i.¤ a chuirp, LB 238[d]a12 . an ann ... téid an clérech féin ar imthelgudh, TFrag. 12.6 . ní dheach- aidh d'imthealccadh a chuirp fris in ré sin, FM iv 1164.5 .

(b) faeces: uiscce i ttéid a imthelgun, TFrag. 12.9 .

III In Laws: imtelgad mbroga, Laws iv 20.3 , glossed .i. dun cen seilb no cell cen faithchi oc na bi brug dia nim- telgud, 22.38 Comm. `Seems used like telcud broga, q.v., but the gloss seems rather to understand the introduction of cattle when claiming possession than the letting down of the enclosures for grazing' (Plummer MS. notes and Ériu x 116 § 42 ).

imtheimel

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n great darkness, swarthiness (?): nīmtha sin duine teimen | co nglanc[h]ēill, cid imthemel, ZCP vi 267 § 10 .

imtherc

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x see imderc and s.v. 2 imm-.

1 imthescad

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n (1 imm + tescad) circumcision: ní ina imm- thescad acht ina chretem, PH 2263.