imthochmarc

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n wooing: ni reilcedh fear itir do imcaisin co ngabat[h] ri Herenn a himthochmarc `so that the king of Ireland might have the wooing of her,' Folklore iii 510.x.

imthoga, imthuccu

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n I (3 imm + togu) [n. indecl.] mutual con- sent, choice, election: imscarad imtoga `parting by mutual consent' (i.e. between a `flaith' and his tenant), Laws ii 312.23 (= ZCP xiv 384 § 49 ), glossed: .i. toga la cechtar de in timscarad, 314.4 Comm. mad imtoga scartha con- fodlat iar techta `if their separation be from choice,' 362.21 (= Stud. in E. Ir. Law 27 § 9 ). ma scarid ocus bid im- tocad (leg. imthogu) leo, Laws ii 388.13 (loc. cit. 54 § 26). cach imtoga la comtoil comairle `every selection by the consent of the council,' iii 36.3 . mad imtucu doib scarad `if they choose to separate,' Laws ii 392.y . imducu .i. itesim dogoat cia gabhail fris i mbiat, O'C. 467 (< H 3. 18, p. 246 ).

II varied choice: fail ann mór mbíle mbroga | mór tiri fri imthoga (in Paradise) many a land for varied choice, SR 506.

imthogáete

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Forms: imthogaitaib

io, iā, part. cheated: d p. donaib imthogaitaib gl. circumuentís, Ml. 77d14 .

imthoichell

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vn. from *imm-to-cell. act of going round, mak- ing a circuit; a circuit: ro forcongart forro lustred ┐ im- tocell (imtoicell, v.l.) a cathrach do denum, CCath. 945. cein badar lucht na Roma ic imtocell a cathrach, 951 . iar niomthoichell a fhlaithesa `after making a visitation of his kingdom,' FM vi 2294.3 .

encompassing, encircling: do chuaidh fein i ndeilb bhuirb ... i ra butar da ḟichit dec traighedh ar airdi gan imtoicheall airm (sic leg.) na etuigh acht sin, RC xliii 82 § 82.

imthoimnech:

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adj cride imthoimnech co ngoirtius nemnech `a contrite heart with pain-fraught bitterness' (one of the elements of true repentance), PH 6443.

imthoíniud

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n (1 imm+toíniud, q.v.) act of coming round, alternation: imthoiniudh laithe ┐ oidhce .i. imtheacht láoi ┐ oidhce, óir as ionann toiniudh ┐ teacht, O'Cl. im- thoiniud escai (of the phases of the moon), Ériu ii 104 § 15.

? To this: brogfaid a imtoineth (imtoimedh, v.l.) dar fairci, ZCP ix 451.14 . Cf. imthánad.

imthol

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Forms: imthoil

n ā, f. will: fria imthoil Dé, Fél.² lxxi gl. 15 (2) .

imtholl

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Forms: imthuill

adj o, ā (? 2 imm+toll) hollow, pierced: taib imthuill , TBC 5737.

imtholtach

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adj o, ā (imtholtu) self-willed?: nirbud uallach imtoltach | da cach maith rodmbe, Arch. iii 315 n. 21.11 . Achab úallach imthaltach, SR 7094.

imtholtanach

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adj o, ā eager, wilful, desirous: tānic buiden ... ┐ sīat adlōeochda imt[h]oltonach, TBC² 3342. nidam eirr imtholtanach accobrach imgona indiu, LL 119a27 . ba siratech imtholtanach no luind dar Erind, LU 1325 (H). ingen imtoltanach linde in ingean, YBL 174a51 . Used predicatively with IMM of obj.: batar imtholtanaig na mná imna heónu, LU 3244.

imtholtu

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n n, f. strong will in various shades of meaning

(a) wilfulness, eagerness: imtholtain .i. a thoil féin, O'Cl. ros-gab míad ┐ imtholtu íad, BDD² 204. soifid roúall ocus roimtholtu i mmaccu aithech, RC xxvi 42.1 . mor tra in uall ┐ in nimtholta ro-gab Alaxander oc faircsin na slogh sa, BB 494a11 . cen cosnum cen imt[h]oltuin, Arch. iii 320 § 90. co mmīad imtholton with pride of wilfulness?, TBC² 3263. fer án athlam ... co n-ábairt imtholta with self-willed behaviour, TBC 5325. in t-oglach brighach borr- fadach co nirt menman ┐ imtoltan, BB 412b26 . doluid co fuaill (=uaill) ┐ imtholtain o[a] athair `who went with pride and wilfulness from his father,' RC xvi 158.5 .

(b) great desire: romgab imtholta im erscéluib Tāno do ḟaisnēis dam, Arch. iii 3.18 . rom-gabh imtholta a ndiaidh mu Thigearna, Lism.L. xiv 14. imtholta n-gáisi, RC xlv 39 § 10. is comarlecud sruithí donfuc ... ni [i]mtholta `it is by order of our superiors we travel ... not for our pleasure,' RIA Ir. MSS. Ser. 182.14 .

(c) great pleasure, delight: ar imtholtain in da mac do breith through delight at having borne the two sons, TBFr. App. § 10. in gáir roláesat na hanmand iar n-imtholtain tuidechta ó díabul, RC xxi 384.2 .