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 ).

inatacht

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x see inotacht.

inathar

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n (see Ped. ii 44 ) o, m. intestines, bowels, entrails (frequently coupled with inne or fobach): ionathar ar crith `bowels yerned,' Eg. Gl. 395. iardaigi .i. inathar ... samuisc cona uile i.¤ , O'Dav. 1092. inathar .i. ind fōiter cach mbiad. Nō inathar .i. ind-ethar .i. ind tēit cach ní ethar, Corm. Y 757. imad in neich comgeines isin mbiu [.i.] in t-i.¤ `much of what is produced in the living i.e. the entrails,' O'Dav. 751. molt linas cach toll .i. bis ina i.¤ , Laws ii 254.1 and 15 . is a líatróit ro lásom inna beolu co rruc a i.¤ thrít, LU 5016. dreman inathor ... nodusnigh an Mórríoghan, Fianaig. 16 § 41. uchtclar a carpait re a bruinde ag congbháil a apaighe et a inathair and, TBC p. 607 n. 1 . comba leir a inne et a i.¤ tar a bhél, p. 373 n. 1 . tuc tadall co hopunn don scín tar a broind fen comboi a i ina ḟiadnaise, LB 143b3 . do bí a i.¤ rena chosaibh ann sin ┐ do thúirn in branfiach Badhbha forsna hindaibh (of Cúchulainn dying), Comp. Con C. 110.15 . ro buí in trenmíle ag tarraing na leinedh in[a ?] blodhuibh bega da chorp ┐ do tairrngedh sé a apach ┐ a i.¤ ass re cois gach boill don leine, St. Ercuil 2512. ón mbroinn, as ionathar mo mhathar ` bowels ,' Is. xlix 1. an gheir fholchus na hion- athuir, Lev. iii 9.

Fig. centre, source ? : i.¤ galair Muman sin ┐ belach bodhbha ┐ aircne, RC xliii 66.2 .

In a nickname : Gilla gan inathair .H. Miadhaigh, ALC i 174.3 .

inathdomant(a)e

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Forms: inathdomanti

adj io, iā, indomitable, unsubdued: cenela inathdomanti , BB 492b24 . See 2 damnaim, Contrib.

inathrach

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Forms: inathrach, inat[h]raig, inathraighi

n (inathar) n s. inathrach, SR 3908. g s. inat[h]raig, CCath. 3635. n p. inathraighi, 3179 .

entrails, intestines: a hithi ... cossaib cenn is inathrach (of the pascal lamb), SR 3908. ro badar imda srotha fola ... inni ┐ inathraighi, CCath. 3179. a n-inathraighi for ochursnam re [a] cosaibh, 6116 . ic congbail a inne nó a inat[h]raig ann, 3635 .

inbadach

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Forms: ionbhadhach

adj o, ā (inbaid) ripe, due (for delivery) : amlaid dano bói in ben, is hi inbadhach, cor' chuin[n]igh cairde coro thoed a brú, RC xvi 45.10 . ionbhadhach ` timely, seasonable, in due time ,' P. O'C.

inbaid

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Forms: inbaidh, ionmhuidh, ion- bhuidhe, hionbhuidh, hinmaighi, hionbhuidhe, inbaid, inbuid, in- baidhi, hinbadad, inboda, inbuidib, inbuithib

n f. (? in +both, buith, vn. of subst. vb.) n s. inbaidh, Laws i 186.12 . ionmhuidh fhuar, DDána 106 § 13. ion- bhuidhe, Eg. Gl. 573. a s. co hionbhuidh , DDána 73 § 17. g s. hinmaighi, ZCP vi 90.8 . a hionbhuidhe , Luke ii 6. d s. inbaid, Thes. ii 326.2 . iarna inbuid , Laws v 398.12 . in- baidhi, iv 10.z Comm. n p. teora hinbadad , i 50.14 Comm. inboda, O'C. 1389 (< H 3. 18, p. 630b ). d p. inbuidib, Laws i 152.1 . i n-inbuithib , iv 190.13 (sic SM Facs.).

(a) time, period, proper time: ionbhaidh .i. aimsior no uair, O'Cl. teora hinbadad gl. teora aimsera, Laws i 50.14 Comm. nam-coimēd in cech inbuidh `protect me at all times,' Ériu iii 31 § 23. a inbuidib breithe `by the proper periods of the judgment,' Laws i 152.1 . iar n-inbaidib dlig- thecha `after the lawful periods,' v 398.26 . Dronn ard Fāichnig ... rombīa i.¤ bess lān d'aingclib `a time will be ...,' BColm. 82.24 . dodeochaid Dauid ... isind i.¤ sin, SR 5803. marbad a athar a n-i.¤ a geine, ZCP viii 303.30 . go hion- bhuidh sgaoilte don sgail, DDána 73 § 17. as e dob áois do Chriosd a n-inbhe (leg. inbhaidh) a bháis sion .i. mile bliadhain ..., 23 E 26, p. 288.4 .

season, due time: co tānic inbuid samraid, Arch. Hib. ii 70 § 7 (: lindmuir). samradh amail gemread, | aigred rēna i.¤ , Arch. iii 241 § 11. luidis ... inbaid lommartha cairech, SR 2932. ní basgadh ar iorghail t'fhian | asdar cian ná ionmhuidh fhuar, DDána 106 § 13.

As conj. with or without article, when, whenever: in inbaidh is mac urradh `when he is the son of a native,' Laws i 274.18 Comm. an i.¤ bis a comgradh ... ag[a] agra, 294.28 Comm. inbuid conócbat a rosc `whenever,' BDD² 880. i.¤ fogníth ind oclaig faeborchless di, LU 6433. ba ferda a gníma in meic sin i.¤ ba só andás in i.¤ inan fail, TBC 847 = an tráth ba hoighe é ina anois, Stowe.

In adverbial phrase : bé sóir cech i.¤ `I shall be safe always,' Thes. ii 326.2 . da-recmaing immalle fri C. ind inbuisde now , BDD² 972. Patraic tra ind i.¤ sin i ndaíre oc Miliuc, LU 266. boi dia oite in inbuid—da [bliadain] déc ba slan do-som in tan ro-gab rigi phospuil Israel at the time , PH 3964.

? To this, on one occasion, once upon a time: se rig do chlaind Cholmain Chain la hoen for hErind n-inbaig, Rawl. 137b1 = inbaidh, BB 81a42 . aided Fothaig iar fingail | i cath Ollorba inbaig (inmain, v.l.), Todd Lect. iii 208.6 .

? Used adjectivally, right, timely: is inbaig (inbaid, v.l.) na hēchta sa ` opportune ,' Caithr. Cellaig 848. ? ro marbsat D. ... in techt inbaig `the ripe culprit,' Cog. 102.13 (possibly : in t-ēcht i.¤ the timely slaying, but the passage may be cor- rupt).

(b) time of delivery (of a woman), travail: ionbhuidhe equated with tuismidhe, luidhe, breith chloinne, `travelling [leg. travailing] Delivery,' Eg. Gl. 573. fúair a bhean taebh trom torrach ┐ rug mac an tan táinic a hinbhaidh, Im. Brain 61.3 . ba scíth in Óg ... ar ba facus a hinbuid di in tan sin, Todd Lect. vi 40.12 . mar bhreith ... gan ionbhuidh `an untimely birth,' Job iii 16. doruc si mac a cinn a hinm- aighi `at the end of her pregnancy,' ZCP vi 90.8 .

? inbail :

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ind no gu tardtar ní bhus ail ┐ bus inbail (? leg. anbal) ... ar in cuiced-sa gu brath, RC xliii 54 § 54.

? inbalbda

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adj io, iā, unsilent: inbalbdae .i. ni balbda ł. ni tastach, LB p. 83 = ní balbdae, Fél. March 5.