inanfollán

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adj o, ā very unwholesome?: tar inglindi inan- follain, TBC p. 145 n. 1 .

inann

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x see inunn.

inar

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n o, m. (see Ped. i 178 )

(a) a tunic: ionar, IGT Decl. p. 55.10 . i.¤ gl. tunica, Ir. Gl. 29. crosar .i. ionar `tunica,' Dúil Laithne 31 ( Goid.² 75 ). cóirtus hinair imlibair gl. tonicam, Goid.² 65.6 . i.¤ srólda, IT i 80.21 . dath fo leth a eduigh cach lae .i. foru brut no foru inur, Laws ii 148.6 Comm. re hurgrain ... a n-i.¤ n-óir-eagair ar na forḟilled dar formnaib na firlaech, MR 180.14 . rolaiset crandchur for a étaigib .i. forsin tonaig (.i. inar), PH 3317. cona hi.¤ bōshaille imme, Aisl. MC 89.8 .

Evidently, sometimes at least, a short tunic: i.¤ co foph a thona im sodain, LU 8520. i.¤ sicilic (=cilic) óa imlinn súas (i.e. a hair-shirt), Aisl. Tund. 113 - 17 .

Of a woman's garment: na trí coícait ban co n-inaraib corcraib, TBFr. 259. tar ar shín Éire a hionar, DDána 113 § 17.

Used of a garment worn by monks: na inair ┐ na capai robatar impu, AU ii 166.1 . cochall tana iss lapar lín, i.¤ nār mín fa cnes nūa, ZCP vii 303 § 4.

Worn somet. next the skin : clíabinar ... ré chnes, LU 6557. do c[h]uir-sean a thsaltair iter é ┐ a i.¤ , Caithr. Cellaig 358. acc iomuaim a nionar nuiréttrom ... fri a ccnesaib, FM vi 1918.10 .

Sometimes worn with, and apparently over, a léine or tonach: ro gab tonaigh ... i custal a gelchnis dó. Ro gab tairsi sin i.¤ ... orcimsac[h] do srol rígda, CCath. 4671. docuir sé léine ... ┐ i.¤ ingnathach orsnaith ┐ gúdna ... sgarloide air amuigh anechtair, ZCP vi 25.14 . maith do léine agus h'ionar, TD 38 § 12.

Of a garment worn in battle, and either of leather or iron: rogabastársom immi a i.¤ bláith bíannaide, LU 6386. i.¤ ... do croicnib ferb tairsib sin `a vest ... of the hides of cows,' CCath. 4674. i.¤ do chrocnib leogan, St. Ercuíl 242 . gabhait oga n-ēittughadh d'ionaraibh examhlaibh íarnaidhe, Hugh Roe 166.1 .

(b) the membrane or coat of the eye: as ball ionstrumen- teach an tsuil ... ar na hullmhughad o tri leannuibh ┐ o ṡeacht nionaruibh (ex ... septem tunicis perfectum), 23 K 42, 293.13 . aseadh as obthalmia ann neascoid an ionuir re ndearar coniunctiva, ib. 16 .

(c) the peel or coat of an onion: na hionuir imiollacha (viz. of the sea-onion), ib. 340.20 .

Compd. ¤bratt (a dvandva compd. ? See Meyer, Wort- kunde 1 ) tunic and cloak: cen étach, cen inarbratt, Ériu iv 94 § 8.

inarach

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Forms: i.

adj o, ā (inar) wearing an inar: i.¤ gl. tunicatus, Ir. Gl. 597.

inarad ?

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Forms: ionaradh

vn. of inaraid, below. clothing?: nī mō grād Gallbraite | ... do chor 'na inarad `in sein Gewand,' Bruchst. § 56 (innrad, v.l.) (=innarad IT iii 95.3 ). ionaradh clothing , O'R. ? Or=innarrad, q.v.

inaraid

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Forms: ionaradh

v clothes?: impf. s 3 d'ionaradh dáimh is báird is éigse `who clothed poets ...,' ITS iii 62.18 (1911).

inarcaid

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v asks, demands?: ni forbunn flatha inarcais `it is not the exorbitant demand of a king thou hast asked,' MR 160.16 .

inargaib

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Forms: n-inar- gaibh

n d p.?: cuirter a chnama for taiscidh 'na n-inar- gaibh `the bones are put away to be stored in their hutches ,' Marco P. § 21.

inás

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n o, m.

(a) In the Laws, growth, increase in cattle: fuilliud ocus fuillem ocus inas `der Zuschlag und der Zins und das Wachstum (der Wertzuwachs durch Wachstum),' ZCP xiv 379 § 42 = Laws ii 304.24 . nocha denunn nech innudh no inas da ceile tar in ni adurumur, Laws ii 218.16 Comm. foth n-inais a title or claim based on the animal being born while its mother was in one's possession , as against foth creca a title based on purchase: isedh is foth ninais ann, a breith aige buden, O'C. 2153 (< Eg. 88, fo. 3d ). foth ninais ... madh lat adgeinithar in miol innile no in sét, O'C. 2287 (ib. fo. 21c). madh foth ninais imris in eisinnraic ┐ foth creca imris in innraic is lais in eisinnraic a imdenam, O'C. 2150 (ib. fo. 3c). is iat na fotha comarda .i. foth creca ... no foth ninais, O'C. 2152 (< ib.). atait tri fotha la feine do bered tuinidh ┐ dilsi do nech .i. foth ninais ┐ foth nimna ┐ foth reimdilsi, O'C. 2287 (ib. fo. 21c). Of people: ar aoí ngaoisi ┐ ngliocais inḟais ┐ oirbeartais ` goodly growth ,' FM v 1860.3 . ar aoi chrotha ... ionnfhais ┐ oirbheartais, Hugh Roe 2.15 .

(b) act of growing up: na fir druidhectae ro artraiccsett ... arna n-infas a detaib na nathrach `when they grew out of the teeth,' CCath. 2824. áonc[h]raobh ... ar na hionfhás ... tresan muine suas, Buile Ṡ. 24.2 .

inásaid

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v ā (inás) grows, increases, is produced: dona cethraib infasas and `that increase there,' O'Dav. 279. trian do na cethraib ... o n-inasann in t-indad, Laws ii 364.5 Comm. fria hingin .i. ... ris in ngen inasas a hinne in athar, 346.4 Comm. co facba da trian a targudha ac in fine o rinasastar a colunn `he leaves two-thirds of his acquired property to the tribe from whom his body has descended,' iii 48.23 Comm. ni taibret ... acht na ceathra foilli inasas acu `the young of the cattle which grow among them,' v 386.29 Comm. im ini folosas no inasus ona cethraibh, i 190.6 Comm. do'n fult ... ro innfas tria n-a gcendaibh, MR 20.6 . ro infhas ┐ ro forbhair ... eccraiteas Reffloir ima chliamhain, Leb. Gab. 226.9 . bacán siuil bainfighidh ... do inḟas fo dhuille ocus daghbhlath, Mart. Don. 32.9 .

in(d)-asaig

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Forms: inasaigh, inasa, innaisi, innasesed

v (in(d)-ad-saig) demands, requires, calls for: inasaigh .i. adcuinnigh, ut est inasaigh cunnrad cumataigh, O'Dav. 1091 (`ein Kontrakt erheischt Gleichheit,' Wortkunde § 95 ). subj. pres. s. 3 mad ar diumand in ceile inasa in flaith a seotu `recalls his `seds',' Laws ii 336.4 = innaisi, O'Dav. 707. sec. fut. for past subj.?: in fil folta innasesed in feicheman for araile which one debtor might demand, O'C. 61 (< H 3. 18, p. 22a ).