inchathugud

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Forms: inchathaigtheo

n u, m. cf. cathugud. act of fighting against: intan mbite ó menmain naimtinech oc i.¤ gl. obnoxio animo confligentes, Ml. 65b10 . g s. inchathaigtheo gl. inpugnationis, 67d19 .

inchessacht

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[n ā, f.] cf. cessacht. act of begrudging: nuchon air ata m'incesact eiter, ar bur foiridin, RC xliii 76 § 76.

? inchíalla :

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Forms: incialla

n muine freagartur é do rer incialla in brei- teamun `according to the sense of the judge,' Laws iii 286.30 Comm. (gl. muine frecurthur cell co foltuib techta[ib], ib. 16 ). ? A word omitted before incialla.

inching ? :

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ind Temair ban baine ingen inching gensa, LU 10254 = ancing, ZCP iii 234.13 .

inchinn

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Forms: inchind, inchinn, inchind, inchinde, inchinne, hincindi, inchind, n-inchinnib

n (? <cenn, see Thurn. Gramm. § 345 ) f. ? Earlier n. n s. inchind, Corm. Y 760. inchinn ḟeadhna, IGT Decl. ex. 456 . a s. inchind, TBC 4282. g s. inchinde, Corm. Y 1059.22 . inchinne, LU 8807. na hincindi , Rosa Ang. 226.15 . d s. don inchind , Gild. Lor. 41. d p. dia n-inchinnib , LL 120b36 .

the brain, brains: inchinn gl. cerebrum, Ir. Gl. 747. in- chind .i. i n-inde cind bīs, Corm. Y 760. don inchind tre- delbdai gl. cerebro triformi, Gild. Lor. 41. cāib a inchinde romebdatar tria c[h]loicend, Corm. Y 1059.22 . far leith- chind ┐ far lethchloigind ┐ caíp far n-inchindi clots of your brains, BDD² 862. co tánic a inchind fora chlúasa, LU 5286. berid comthrom inn ubaill da inchind tria chuladaig, TBC 1272. gur bho derg dá ḟuil ┐ gor bo liath dá n-inchind, 6046 . ba bēs d'Ultaib ... cach curaid nomarbdais ar galaib ōenḟir no gatta a n-inchind assa cendaib ┐ commesct[h]a āel airthib co ndēnad līathrōite crūade díb, Death-tales 4 § 1 . co tet an fodhar (=foghar) ... on cluais conuic an i.¤ , ITS xiv 154.27 . adeir Auicenna ... co ndlegar incinn bhainbh ar na rostadh ... do lucht an quartana, RC xlix 55.6 . nescoid bis aran incind cuil mar ata frenicis aran incind eduin, Rosa Ang. 226.2 . inchinn dermait brain of forgetfulness (the removal of which restored memory): tugait a scribind a hinchind dermait du beim a cind Chindfaelad `cause of writing it his brain of oblivion was dashed out of C.'s head,' Auraic. 71 , cf. Laws iii 86.y . Cf. do shil a inchinn chúil as ... co nach bi ní da gcluineadh gan a bheith do ghlainmeabh- rae aige, MR 282.6 .

Fig. mind, intelligence; intention? (Mod.) : as i.¤ ḟeadhna an obar | bearna ifrinn d'ḟoslagadh, IGT Decl. ex. 456. d'imthigh mo ghreann ... do chlaochlaigh m'i.¤ , ERuadh 2721 .

inchís ?

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Forms: n-inchís, n-inchís, n-inchís, n-inchís

n tech n-inchís `a residence erected for a stranger in kin who undertook the `maintenance' of an aged freeholder whose surviving relatives were either unable or unwilling to perform this duty,' Críth Gabl. 27.x . Similarly cís n-inchís is the pay- ment made to this person, including the tech n-inchís and other perquisites : cis do na tri cisaib, cis n-incis o n-inchís anfine, ocus cis n-infuilaing o fine, ocus cis n-airdbide cuma bís ó fine ocus ó anfine, Laws i 158.8 . cislir cís do cuisin ... cis nincis ┐ cis nairdbidi ┐ cis frichnama ... cis nincis .i. bó bithblicht imach cach mis co cend mbliadhna. Tech ninchis .vii. traighe ind ... Les nincis imbi. Ni talladh acht cethora innrada and ... cual ninchis .vii. crainn decc inde ... Ploit nincis .vii. nduirnn a timcomat a bonai, O'C. 807 (< H 3. 18, p. 373b ). log in fir, secht cumala ar cis nincis do mac faesama d'ainfine, do fir echtarfine iar femed do fine a gaire (a cís n-inchís of 7 cumals is given to an adopted son from outside the fine, when a member of the fine refuses to support his father), Laws iii 52.23 Comm. mas dar braigit fini ... cís nincis o anfini, ┐ cis ninnulaing o ḟini ... Cis nincis .i. teach na tri fumand, fuaim cloichi i mbrochan, ┐ fuaim cloichi i ndabaigh ┐ fumai goithi re bili ┐ bo bithblicht, ballan bithlan, ┐ brat cetluaidh ┐ inghen corrchiceach, O'D. 2398 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 50a ). mad la echtarḟine beith is cis ninscis (sic) doberat sidhe do o ri, ib. 2397 . mét a thige: móu tig inchís, ar it .vii. traigid .x. a (m)méit side, Críth Gabl. 98.

inchlandaid

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Forms: inchlanda

v ā implants: gur indcland gradh in imairicc ... i cridhi gach curad, CCath. 2449. ind abís mór in ro inclannad dliged circuil, Goid.² 70.10 . ? Part. or g s. of vn. a uaibrech inchlanda in étraid (Plummer, MS. notes, would read uibrech for uaibrech and tr. `oh! implanted viper of lust'), PH 8238.

inchleth

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Forms: in- chleth

n , f. vn. from ind-cel-. concealment, secrecy: in- chleth gl. desimulatio, Ml. 93c10 (but Pedersen, ii § 678 takes this, perhaps rightly, to be in chleth). cach cunnrud a mbia ainim a n-incleith in which there will be a blemish concealed, Laws iii 4.18 Comm. fo inc[h]lid i n-inūathad `stealthily and all alone,' BColm. 88.21 . da mbreith fón ninchleith `to seize them privily,' Ériu v 100.20 . tug sí arm ... co hincleith cum Gyi, ZCP vi 75.23 . docunncadar eidedh uime co hincleith `that he was wearing concealed armour,' St. Ercuil 2142.

inchlide, inchl(e)ithe

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Forms: hinchlithe

adj io, iā, part. of ind-cel-. concealed, secret, hidden: mesidechtae inchlide Dáe `of the secret estimation of God,' Ml. 31d8 . arnaib rúnaib inchlidib (MS. inchlid) ┐ diamraib inna deachtae, 66c6 . rí roraid ... | athesc n-inclithi n-imtlaith, SR 5678. iar ndligud nem-aicsidi ┐ inclithi a n-aicnid, LU 2557. do galaraib bunaid, no d'ainmib incleithi secret blemishes, Laws ii 362.11 Comm. cor doirche .i. diupairt, anfis, no ainim inclethe, O'C. 1992 (< H 4. 22, p. 26 ). an almsa incleithi the secret alms, ZCP viii 215.23 . do pecdaib inclithib na ndōine nā tabrat (sic leg.) i cobais, iii 30.12 . tria intledaib inclethib in ... diabuil, PH 5869. Nicodemus cara inclethi do Crist, 59 . do ronsat Goill comairle inchleithe annsin ... do dhioghail a chneadh ar M., FM iii 276.2 . draoitheacht no cumhachta inchlethi, ITS v 80.9 .

As subst., io,n. a hidden thing, a secret, a mystery: ní fitir idal inna inchlidi `an idol knows not the hidden things,' Ml. 140c10 . la diamair a inchlidi `in the secret place of His mystery,' 53a5 . atchí derrite ┐ inchlethe in menman doenna, PH 5958. ní bhia ort na inchleithe `they will no longer be a mystery for you,' Content. vi 232.

Adv. ro techtsat co hinchlithe intib na dúli, LU 2600. ro chuir Aed ... techta co hinchlethe uad, Ann. Conn. 1310 § 4. do choccar fer Midhe co hincleithe romarbadh, RC xviii 163.27 .

inchlidid

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Forms: i.

(inchlide) adv. ind i.¤ gl. latenter, Ml. 100c7 .

inchóire ? :

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n ní fhuilim d'fheidhm ionchóire `I am unworthy of forgiveness (?),' A. Ó Dálaigh xxviii 8 (: hóighe).