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).

inbésa

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x see 3 in-.

inbleoga(i)n, inableogain

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Forms: inableogain, inbleghoin, n-inbleoghuin, inbleogan, inbleoghan, inbleogain, n-inbleghun, inbleogain, inblegon, inmleogan, inbleoguin, im- bleogan, inbleognaibh, hinbleoganaib

n Orig. o, n. vn. of in-omblig. n s. inableogain, Laws i 258.24 . in t-inbleghoin , iv 260.15 Comm. cach n-inbleoghuin , i 264.y. inbleogan, Corm. Y 788. inbleoghan, ZCP iv 31.10 (sic leg.). a s. inbleogain, Laws i 192.11 Comm. arin n-inbleghun , O'D. 2390 (< Rawl. 506, fo. 48a ). g s. an inbleogain , Laws v 350.12 Comm. d s. inblegon, ACC § 94 ( RC xx 272 ). inmleogan, Anecd. iii 22.2 . do inbleoguin , Laws ii 100.11 Comm. g p. im- bleogan, Laws v 236.7 Comm. d p. dona tri inbleognaibh , Laws ii 100.16 Comm. dona hinbleoganaib , O'C. 680 (< H 3. 18, p. 332 ).

(a) distraint of the surety, distraint of the kinsman-surety: inbleogan .i. toxal .i. athgabāil ind fir fine do gabáil ō c[h]inaid in c[h]intaig co rotoxla side ar in cintach, Corm. Y 788. ocus araindhi as cetharda conteithtaig son ; cin ocus tobach, saigi ocus inableogain, Laws i 258.24 . athgabail dechmaide fil im cach rudrad, im cach ndail criche, im inbleogain naitiri cairde distraint of the surety to a covenant, 192.11 . is ime nach cin inbleogain doib he, uair nach eicin doib a ic, 216.y Comm. is airi nach cin inbleogain doib he, uair ni ro gabsat do laim a icc, 218.7 Comm.

(b) By transference of meaning, the surety, the kinsman- surety (on whom distress could be levied in the event of the failure or absence of the principal) : is é in cétna hinbleo- ghain athair ┐ mac ┐ ua ┐ brathair ┐ ben ┐ druth ┐ deoraidh ┐ murchurtha ┐ obluire ; is é in tinbleoghain tanaise, iarmua ┐ innua ┐ comfocus fine co secht déc ; is é in tinbleoghain deidhenach ó secht déc amach, O'D. 618 (< H 3. 17, c. 462 ). athair ┐ mac ... ┐ da inbleogain dona hinbleoganaib as sia, O'C. 680 (< H 3. 18, p. 332 ). ata di athgabail fil la feine ; athgabhail cinta[igh] ocus athgabail inableogain, Laws i 262.19 . mana buil crodh aigi féin tabradh apadh for in- bleogain is neasa dó ocus athgabáil do gabail de iar sin, iv 134.5 Comm. fri innrucus inn inbleoguin, arus innruic gach ninbleoguin, ii 16.21 . The treatment meted out to the i.¤ was more lenient than to the principal him- self : bes anudh naíne do chintuch bid treise do céd inbleoghuin ocus bid cuice do inbleoghuin meadhonuch ocus deachmuid don tres inbleoghuin, 108.z - 110.2 Comm. miach ... mas ima cinaidh budein, no secht- madh meich mas im cinaidh inbleogain (of food forfeited for feeding one taken in distress), i 110.8 Comm. in tan tic cintach re dliged, icaid digbail laime re hinbleoghain, iii 344.28 Comm. amail is slan cned d' ferthain forin cintach is amlaid is slan a ferthain forin inbleogain, O'C. 1759 (< 23 Q 6, p. 35a ). The whole fine regarded as i.¤ : duine ro gaitt seoitt, ┐ ro elod amach asin crich, ┐ ata fine aice 'sa crich ┐ icaid a lanfiach a dualgus in inbleogain, O'C. 697 (< H 3. 18, p. 336 ). icthar imarcraid na fiach ón fine manib saer ar cinaid inblegain iat, O'D. 1666 (< H 5. 15, p. 24b ). A king stands as i.¤ in regard to another king : righ Eirenn go ffresa- bra is inbleogan do righ ro marbadh and, O'C. 995 (< H 3. 18, p. 426a ). is cin inbleogain do neoch cin a ruib the crime of his animal, O'D. 1564 (< H 5. 15, p. 3b ) (i.e. a man stands in the relation of i.¤ to his cattle). i.¤ bráthar and i.¤ rátha two classes of surety, the former's liability evidently being the greater : céin bes cintach ar áird ... nocha dír inbleoin (sic) brathar no inbleghoin ratha d'agra, O'D. 734 (< H 3. 17, c. 534 ). mana fuil [in cintach] i crich no ... mana fuilit seoit aici ... a rogha don feichemain toicheda in inbleoghan brathar no ratha aiceres, Laws iii 344.6 Comm. mas e a rogha inbleoghain brathar d'acra, ictar in uiliataid uile ris. Ocus mas e a rogha inbleogain ratha [d'acra], noco nictar acht mad cert aithgin, 7 Comm. inbleoghain ratha nocor gabustar saide do laim acht mad ic no tobach, ocus coir cen co hicad acht mad cert aithgin, 13 Comm. inbleoghain brathar ... nocor gabustar saidhe do laim itir ic no tobach, acht amhuil ro soisid chuici iar ceimennaib, 17 Comm. icad inbleogan brathar digbail laime re hinbleoghain ratha, 23 Comm. Some classes of people were free from this liability : is saer doib gan athgabail dibh im chinaid n-in- blegain (of those who practice the arts), v 96.16 Comm. vii naisti na filidechta, ┐ vii naisti na bairdne ... is and sin bu saer ar chinaid ninbleogain, O'C. 1002 (< H 3. 18, p. 427b ). fear ... teit i nailithre, saor he ar cinaidh an in- bleoghuin, Laws v 236.1 Comm. in goba ... is saer he ... ar cinaid a inbleogain, 16.2 Comm. is slan do na secht gradaib ecalsa ┐ do na secht ngradaib eagna im cinaig a n-imbleogan, 236.7 Comm.

(c) Hence, in general sense of a relative: ar ndighe do ... Iárnán ... húi Maoilconuiri, mo derb-inbleoghan (sic leg.) budhessin, ZCP iv 31.10 .

(d) As vn., act of proclaiming, giving notice ? : inbleogan .i. escaire, ut est ascnam a thighe do chach iar n-in[m]bleo- gan cana, O'Dav. 1145. saigid a tige do cách iar n-inbleogan chana, LB 204b39 . ba gabail ella lasin n-uasal bith ic inblegon creitmi for na clēḟeraib, ACC § 94 Comm. Cf. arin tinmlegun .i. sechis ar ind forcitul gl. promulgatione, Ml. 71c18 .

inbleth

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vn. of in-mel-. act of grinding: mad muilend ecal(a)sa ... is cumacht d'i.¤ ann in domnach, LB 204a38 .