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 .

imthomad

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n violent threatening: cen immthomud a báis, Alex. 61.

imthomailt

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n (3 imm + tomailt) consumption (of food, etc.)?. trí diubarta forsná íada dilse: tinnscra mná, imthomailt lánamna, iarraid maicc, transltd. `the food of a married couple,' Triads § 149.

imthomas

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n (3 imm + tomus) reciprocal measurement: a himtomas i nde (i.e. it should be measured in two directions), Laws iv 142.14 Comm.

imthoram

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n great noise, crash?: imthoram an torainn et an tormain .i. sgealgaire na sgiath, RC xi 24.13 .

imthórmach

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Forms: -aige, imtormuigh

n o,n. but pl. -aige, cf. 1 étach, RIA Dict. Fasc. II. act of increasing; increase, addition, supplement: fonn. Senchusa moir ... la Sen ... a imtormach la Fergus `the foundation of the Senchus Mór by Sen and the addition to it by Fergus,' Laws i 24.y Comm. a thinnto co nertmar in fesa ro cometar and cona imtormach do reir diriataidh aicnid na fer, Laws i 38.28 Comm. ar oman imt[h]ormaig inna pectha, RC xv 488 § 6. is liceth doaib imthormach mbeorgine `they are allowed an extra portion of bread,' Ériu vii 140.12 . ro taisfeóin ... B. in fled cona imthórmaigib extra dishes, LU 8183 (FB). Attrib. gen. lan gille no smact gille ocus eitire imtormuigh a hostage in addition, Laws i 118.25 Comm.

imthothaim

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adj falling on both sides: imtothaim itir Lorcan mac Coscraich ... ┐ Donnacan mac F. Lorcan ... and D. ... fell by each other, AU i 398.14 .

imthrágud

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n act of ebbing (strongly): rorathaig Noe na ṅgabud | ind ḟairge do imthragud, SR 2548.

imthrascrad

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n (first -r- due to assimilation) u, m. vn. of imm- tascra.

(a) wrestling together, throwing one another; a wrestling bout: antan ba nimt[h]rascrad dognītis dosrascradsom (dorascradsom, LU) na trī cōectu macc a ōenur, TBC² 499. gabait ... for imtrascrad ... ┐ trascraid Coin Culaind fo thrí Mand, LU 6718. trath ba imtrascrad doib con cured- som na trí coicait cétna i talmain fói, TBC 979. iar marbadh dhó Becloingis ... tría i.¤ `after slaying B. in a wrestling- bout,' Met. Dinds. iv 288.17 . fer do i.¤ fris `a man to wrestle with him,' Ériu vi 148.35 . fer imtrascartha fri haingel, LB 114b48 . acon ti no bheradh buaidh na n-imthras[c]- arthae, St. Ercuil 199.

Of fighting in water: atnagaid co cēin mōir oc imt[h]- rascrad forsinn uisci ┐ bātir Frōech, TBC² 753. tiagait ... for in lind ┐ do niat iomtrasgradh fuirre, TBC p. 159 n. 11 .

(b) overthrowing: in tan na cumaing in t-aingel t'im- trascrad, LB 114b44 .

imthrascraid

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x see imm-tascra.