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 .

inbolgad

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[n u, m.] vn. of inbolgaid. a swelling: lionfaidh at ┐ inbolgadh cridhe na laoch tria ed, Leb. Gab. 28 n. 7 . imbolgadh (inbolgadh, inbolccad, v.ll.) na cétgaeithi isna tonnaibh, CCath. 1242. iar n-at ┐ ionbholgadh ris an reódh ┐ ris an sneachta, FM vi 1918.19 .

inbolgaid

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Forms: inbuilcthe, inbolgad

v ā (1 bolg) trans. and intrans. swells, distends: rann Cesair ... ro att ┐ ro inboilg, CCath. 977. ro dún a bél ┐ ro [in]bholg (ro inboilg, v.l.) a anál, 2030 . ro inbho[il]cc in grian uile neóllu uiscidhi inn aéoir, 2329 . Part. inbuilcthe gl. (uana superbia) inflatus, ZCP vii 483.12 . Vn. inbolgad.

inboth

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Forms: inbotha, inboth, inbotha, inboth

n g s. inbotha, BB 439b34 . d s. inboth, Otia ii 100.1 . a p. inna inbotha , Tur. 48. g p. na n-inboth , Arch. iii 10 § 10.

See Stokes, ZCP iii 469. Thurneysen, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 112. a wedding, nuptials: foruar inna inbotha .i. dorigni tochmarc inna ecailse do Chríst, Tur. 48. o for- ruired in cobled i n-aidchi na n-inboth (.i. na baindsi), Arch. iii 10 § 10. flegha fuain .i. inbotha .i. inbainnsi .i. edach nuachair, O'C. 2067 (< H 4. 22, p. 67 ). co tucta Poluxena co n-etuch inbot[h]a bainsecda cuice-sium, BB 439b34 . commām ┐ inboth nemhēilnidhe `unpolluted wedlock and bridal,' Otia ii 100.1 . iar tiacht inmadha iarum na hingine `the nuptials of the girl,' St. Ercuil 557. ? To this : inbadh, IGT Decl. § 102.

inbothaigidir

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Forms: n-inbothigetar, inbothugud

v g intrans. marries, weds: dia n-inbothigetar `if they marry,' Wb. 29a2 . Vn. inbothugud.

inbothugud

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n u, m. vn. of inbothaigidir. a wedding: is fuath n-eperta int inbodugud don menmmain `it is a figure of speech, the wedding of the mind,' Sg. 137b9 .

inbuilg ? :

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n doellar (dosellar, v.l.) fo inmuilg (inbuilg, in- muilc, v.ll.) .i. no fegad iat fo innib a n-uilc `who turned aside while under instruction ,' RC xx 272 § 95 (ACC) (ł ba gabail ella dond uasul na cloenchliara combo maith no immuilged cretim forru, LU 1006 , Comm. on above) (`fo inmuilg implies that Columba milked instruction into the perverse clerics,' Stokes). Cf. tinmlegon.

inceiss

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n f. (Lat. incensum) incense: ind ingchis gl. incensum, Ml. 141c2 . amal no bedis inceissi in betha ┐ a aroimi ┐ a balsaime, Laud 610, fo. 25b6 . arroime ┐ ingcesi, ib. 25d41 .

inchach

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x (enech q.v. col. 128.21ff.) : inchach .i. naire, ┐ deismirecht air. cidh dar enech nadma .i. cia beith ratha inchacha im dilsi in tṡeóit, O'C. 1478 (< H 3. 18, p. 654 ).

inchaib

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x see enech.

inchasnaidi

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Forms: inchosnaide, hincasnaidi

n a s. (? or a p.) "the `shoe' of a javelin , leg. inchosnaide ? cogn. with ionchosanta" (Stokes) : robenas- tar Cáilte a foirtcedh ┐ a hincasnaidi don tsleig, Acall. 1658.