2 inbe ?

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vn. of ind-ben-. a notch: beara lan dire do cheathra gach neimig gen ni fuireastar ina n-oaib no ina n-adharcaib innib .i. ... cen cu hairgitear indbe ina n-adharcaib na tuill ina cluasaib .i. cin gu roib comarthadha orro, O'C. 1906 (< 23 P 3, fo. 23 (21)c ). crand tarsna tarsin tech ┐ secht n-inbhi and ┐ cūic būairghi in cach inbhi, ZCP vii 300.10 . saincenel claidibh ┐ in līn inbi no bidh ann is é līn biadh no berte (gloss on coire), Ériu ii 3 n. 31 .

inbech

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adj o, ā (2 inbe) notched: inbheach .i. eagach .i. ona heagaibh bhios san ní, O'Cl. cern tomaiss sella ┐ med tomais indile .i. in med inbech, Corm. Y 1053 = in mead indmeach, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 35 s.v. puincern. screbul meidi inbiche, Corm. Y 1050 = screpul medhi innbiche, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 35 s.v. puingcne.

inbechtain

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x see infechtain.

inbedcad

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Forms: inbheadhgtha

n u, m. cf. bidcad. g. cúis inbheadhgtha nárbh fheidhm dhuibh `a cause of fear ,' Content. viii 1.

inbéogud

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[n u, m.] cf. béogud. quickening, act of quickening: bai Adam ... | cen anmain cen inbeogud, SR 1044. na lubi ┐ cech réta archena dia fil in forbairt ┐ in beógud (? leg. inforbairt ┐ inbeógud), LU 2736.

1 inber, indber

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Forms: inber, Inber, inber, indbir, inbir, inbiur, inbir, hinbir, inbhera, inberu, n-inbera, -indber, n-innbhear, ind- beraib

n o, m. (earlier n.) n s. inber nDunand, IT ii2 225.10 . in t-Inber n-Ailbine, Laws i 70.20 Comm. a s. inber, Ir. Gl. 74. g s. indbir, Thr. Ir. Gl. 14.7 . inbir, Laws i 122.16 . d s. inbiur, IT i 131.11 . inbir, AU i 336.13 (A.D. 835). n p. na hinbir , Laws ii 224.14 Comm. inbhera, MR 102.2 . a p. tar inberu , LU 8627. i n-inbera , 5646 . g p. -indber, MR 102.7 . na n-innbhear , TSh. 6032. d p. ind- beraib, LU 6904.

a rivermouth: inber n-Ailbine, inber mBóinne, etc., Hog. Onom. bir .i. uisce, ut dicitur ... inbir, Corm. Y 158. inber .i. infretum , O'Mulc. 719. co dhechutar á múinnter side i tracht Indbir Béci, Thr. Ir. Gl. 14.7 . lá n-and dóib ... sind inbiur oca fothrocud, IT i 131.14 . do ri Erunn .i. in tan bit na hinbir fuí, Ath-cliath ┐ Portlairge ┐ Luimniuch, Laws ii 224.14 Comm. im chain n-inbir `for the law respect- ing a river,' i 122.16 . cain inbir .i. riagail inbir na coradh, iv 212.11 Comm. (mentioned as one of the things that add to the value of land), 278.9 Comm. cathir ... for brú inber mara, Fél.² xlvii 2. dia tí íasc i n-inbera, LU 5646. ralluid- sium reme dar inber na Bóinne, CRR § 25. ro bruchtsatar ... inbhera na hErenn mur-bhruchta ... cacha moir-eisc, MR 102.2 . sáiter breac a mbrúagh n-inbhir, IGT Decl. ex. 1574. na heasa ┐ na hinnbheara bhíos ag sileadh i n-ifreann, TSh. 6725.

Fig. i n-inber raithe `into the inver of bounties,' RC xxvi 26 § 104 (glossed : .i. in inber ind ratha .i. i n-ollamnas). díol an lín d'innbhear an ógh a rivermouth worthy of the net, DDána 21 § 17 , cf. 6 § 40 .

Compds. ¤muir the sea at a point where a river enters it: gémadh éigne ar inbhiormhuir, Studies 1921, 418 § 4 . ¤thonnach (tonnach billowy) : nar thaobh Eamhain inn- bhearthonnaigh, DDána 89 § 1.

2 inber, indber

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n o, m. a bar: do-bert .ix. mbuilli dond inbiur iaraind ar doruss mBruidne, BDD² 1453. remithir indber cairi crand cach ae díb (i.e. `a bar used for lifting the caldron'), 750 . birt inber n-iaraind ro baí fónd rígcori, 1451 . trascarthair in trenḟer forsin coire ... co memaid a choeldruim immon inber `across the randle tree,' Ériu vi 148.46 . ? caire cona inbiurb(h) CIH ii 563.19 , iii 779.38 . a door-bolt: comla ibair ... dá drolam íaraind esse ┐ indber íarind arin dá drolam sin `having two iron hooks and an iron spit through them,' MU² 915.

? To this : fig. racht na feirge dá ttachta, innbher na bpeacadh dá sgíur[s]adh (of the damned in hell), RC xxiii 32.20 transltd. `le flot des péchés'.

3 inber

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n o, m. pasture, pasturing: Eg. Gl. 396. biáid a n-inbhior annsna huile áitibh árda `their pastures,' Is. xlix 9. ráon na slíabh is innbhear dhó, Job xxxix 8. caói- righ hinnbhir `sheep of thy pasture,' Psalms lxxix 13. atáid na hinnbhir éaduigthe re tréaduibh, lxv 13 . ? To this : an lon dubh ar inbhear sceiche, Hard. ii 387.10 . teid an ingean ... go hinnbhear uaithne an oiléin, 23 G 24, p. 256.24 .

inberach

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adj o, ā (1 inber) abounding in river-mouths: mon tir ... abnich inberaich, Cog. 52.17 . tricha Esa Ruaid ... maigrich iasgaich inberaich, Fen. 396.10 . ós clár inbherach Éirenn, L.Cl.A.Buidhe, 101.8 .

? inberb

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Forms: inbiurb, inbiur(b), inbirib, inbiurb

n an instrument for stirring ? : caire cona inbiurb cona lorggaib, Laws iv 310.8 . (Binchy, Críth Gabl. 174 , reads inbiur(b), Stokes, Criticism p. 21 , would read inbirib), but cf. cona ael cona inbiurb cona chonnud (of a cauldron), LL 36b30 .

inbert ? :

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n inbert inbe cona tibrecht `a horsecloth of tripe ...,' Aisl. MC 81.7 . Cf. imbert inbe, ib. 15 (but MS. reads inbert).