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.

2 imthescad

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n (3 imm + tescad) mutually cutting or cleaving: no bidis ic imtescad in tṡáile etarru, CCath. 2153.

3 imthescad

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n the act of hacking, splitting mightily: ic im- thescad ḟadb ┐ ic dlugi darach, TTr. 130. dílfait Gréic a n-ítaid ic imthescad bar n-éclond, 1650 . bói oc ithe ┐ ic imthescud in ḟeoir, LB 120a23 .

imthimchell

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[o,n.] vn. of imm-timchella.

(a) act of surround- ing, encircling: i.¤ neich bís indib `to surround whatever is in them,' Ml. 108a13 . do imthimchiull in choimded, 120d2 . for cressa for n-i.¤ your belts around you, SR 3916. mor d'étuch a i.¤ around him, TBC 5754. ata mainister mor ... iarna himthimcéll ó olacrandaib, ZCP xvii 231.25 .

(b) surrounding, circumference: as isel a ṡuidhiugad is daingen a imtimchell (of hell), Ériu iii 4.30 . dorat mur ... | di ór imma i.¤ , SR 1032. ro suidiged in Damaisc for lár in muigi sin ┐ i.¤ mor o múraib impe, ZCP xvii 233.6 . do lannaib ┐ imthimchellaib na scíath di ór ┐ argut, Ériu iv 26.28 .

i n-imthimchell around, about: demna aeóir ríam ┐ úaso ┐ i n-a imt[h]imchiull, TBC² 1925. scíath ... co m-bil argit oengil ina imthimchiull, TBC 2737.

imthinfise

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n the act of breathing heavily: oc imthinfise a anála ┐ o[c] techt a báis, Alex. 409. Cf. tinfissiu.

imthinnsaitin

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n act of pouring, streaming forth (intrans.): is é glaschéo mór atchondaic-sium ... i.¤ anála na n-ech ┐ na curad, TBC 5056. Cf. tinnsaitin.

imthnúth

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I (3 imm + tnúth, q.v.) n mutual envy: himthnúth cosnama tosaig, TTr.² 866. asaidh ... imtnuth menman [iter Poimp Maighe ┐ Iuil Cesair], CCath. 222 n. tar éis Fhéiniassa ín laich lir | imthnuth eter na braitribh, BB 20b22 .

II (2 imm-) great envy, jealousy , (folld. by FRI of person against which directed): do gab imtnudh mór re Moconda íad, BCC 256.9 . diombuan ... an drem doní rim iomthnúth, BNnÉ 286.10 . rogab imthnuth ┐ emiltus iat risin rig, TTebe 222 . conid aire sin ro erig imthnuth Congail re Conan, MR 250.17 . iomthnuth fa mhaith spioradálta dhuine oile `envy at another's spiritual good,' Donlevy 176.13 . tria ainrecht is tria imthnúth `by her fury and her jealousy,' Met. Dinds. iv 14.6 . is lé hiomthnúth an diabhail táinig an bás isteach san domhan, TSh. 3120. an tí do- gheibh bás i n-uabhar nó i n-iomthnúth, 1272 . do b'adhbhar ... iomthnúith re haonduine, Maguires of F. § 89. ní roibhe cūiss imthnūith re guasacht ... dier fhuilngetair ar fairrge a n-athfhēgmhuis a ffuaratar do ... c[h]onntabairt a mbāiss an t-am sin, Fl. Earls 20.20 . bráithreas i n-aighidh n-iom- thnúidh, Dán Dé xxiv 9. In cheville: Crist rochum in domun ṅdúr | cen homun is cen immthnud, Rawl. fo. 69b50 .

As quasi vn. the act of emulating: sluaiccheadh lá Ma- guidhir d'iomthnuth ris in slóigh sin Briain, FM vi 1936.16 .