indall

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ind mor-gein Crist indall ` in the future (?),' O'Dav. 817. = ind-oll q.v., s.v. 1 ol.

ind-anich

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Forms: idnusta, idnacht, n-idhnastar, idnacht, indnaicid, idnaicid, idlaicid, idhnaicidh, idhlaici, idnaices, iodhlaicit, idnaigther, iodlaict[h]er, idlaicter, n-inaice, innlaicther, n-iodhlaicfinn, indlaic, iodhnaic, iodhlaic, idhnaicset, iodhnaiceatar, idnaicthea, hidnaicthea, inliged, hiodhnaicthi

v subj. past s. 2 idnusta, ZCP viii 104.6 . pret. s. 3 cor idnacht , SR 6083. Pass. pres. subj. s. i n-idhnastar , Laws iv 268.18 . pret. s. co ro idnacht , Snedgus u. Mac R. 9 § 6. Vn. idnacul, q.v. The earliest form of the weak verb, derived from the prototonic stem of the compound and conjugated like a ī-stem, was probably indnaicid. This became idnaicid and, under the influence of the vn., idlaicid. indic. pres. s. 3 idhnaicidh, RC xxiv 62 n. 7 . nach idhlaici , O'C. 2536 (< Eg. 88, fo. 44d ). rel. idnaices, PH 4004. pl. 3 muna iodhlaicit , BNnÉ 259.27 . pass. s. idnaigther, RC xxiv 180.12 . iodlaict[h]er, ZCP viii 223 § 18. pl. idlaicter, Lism. L. 2813. subj. pres. s. 3 dia n-inaice , O'C. 2536 (< Eg. 88, fo. 44d ). pass. s. innlaicther, Comp. Con C. 108.4 . sec. fut. s. 1 nocha n-iodhlaicfinn , DDána 69 § 3. pret. s. 3 ro indlaic , Cog. 132.21 . ro iodhnaic , TFrag. 212.5 . ro iodhlaic , FM iv 818.5 . pl. 3 ro idhnaicset , Lism. L. 1926. ro iodhnaiceatar , MR 282.3 . pass. s. da idnaicthea , TBC 3595. co ro hidnaicthea , Aen. 2676. gur inliged , O'Gr. Cat. 9a25 (= ro cuireadh slán, FM iii 282.10 ). pl. ro hiodhnaicthi , FM ii 936.11 .

bestows, conveys, escorts, delivers: co ro idnacht amal lemnacht `sodass es ausgeteilt wurde wie frische Milch,' Snedgus u. Mac R. 9 § 6. atraracht Ionathan ard ... cor idnacht Dauid ... uad co óen na fidbaide, SR 6083. nach cora i n-idhnastar mainib .i. nocha coir idhnacal maíne inn contracts in which goods are delivered ..., Laws iv 268.18 dia ninaice amach é ... is inann ┐ nach idhlaici, O'C. 2536 (< Eg. 88, fo. 44d ). cach lúib ┐ cach lossa ... ra idnaicthea comraind ... díb dar ath siar d'Ḟir diad, TBC 3591. co ro laad in cend issin fairrge co ro idnacht cech tond fri araile co toracht int inad út, LL 166a11 . in fer ronidnacht the man whom he conveyed, 285a19 . in sét idnaices na firénu co hindlessa na bethad the path that conveys, PH 4004. ar cid bās dobera for cethra iss coitchend dōib, cid dia cinn idnusta a ffīacha is dīlus dō, ZCP viii 104.6 . idhnaicidh ... an cenn dochum a cholla amhail ro gheall, RC xxiv 62 n. 7 . innlaicther misi lat sul thuit[ios] tú féin a taisi bury me? (through confusion with *ad-anich), Comp. Con C. 108.4 . ro anaicset ┐ ro idhnaicset uatha asin crich ... [é], Lism. L. 1926. an t-iasocht fhuaras do nimh | nocha n-iodhlaicfinn idir I would not deliver it up, DDána 69 § 3. ro hiodhnaicthi iomlán iatt co fiora Mumhan `they were conveyed in safety,' FM ii 936.11 .

indar

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x see 2 dar, RIA Dict. Fasc. I.

indarba

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Forms: indarpe, -be, indarba

n io,n. Later f. vn. of ind-árban. O.Ir. indarpe, -be. n s. indarba nGennti, AU i 416.12 . See IGT Decl. § 3.30 .

the act of expelling, driving out; expulsion, ejection, rejection, banishment: duús indip fochunn ícce do a indarpe a oentu fratrum `his expulsion from the unity of the brethren,' Wb. 26b27 . amal mbís indarpe s de genitin ... `even as there is the ejection of s from the genitive ...,' Sg. 77b2 . innar n-indarbu ni gl. in nostra exiectatione, Ml. 127b9 . iarna n-indarbu á hirusalem, 48d27 . ba sab indarbai clóine `he was mighty in expelling iniquity,' Thes. ii 314.6 ( Hy. ii ). is indarbae demnae, is tochuiriud aingel ` 'tis a casting- forth of devils: 'tis an invitation of angels,' Fél. Ep. 211. rechtge do indarbbu echtarchiníuil, Críth Gabl. 522. munab indarba do ne in flaith `if the chief does not expel [the cattle],' Laws ii 306.29 Comm. cach fuasnad iarmotha sin cin indurba (leg. co n-indurba, Thurn., Stud. in E. Ir. Law 47 ) acht ma ecumung `every dispute afterwards without returning (leg. with expelling) except where such was impossible,' Laws ii 290.24 . denuit a n-inurba iartain `they reject it afterwards' (of a contract), 288.11 Comm. a indarpae mani penda `he must be banished if he does not do penance,' Mon. Tall. 147.32 . tucait innarba na nDessi i mMumain the reason for the banishing of the D. into M., LU 4335. bói siumh dá bhliad- ain ar innarba for muir, Cóir Anm. § 30. bai láech amra do Chonnachtaibh for indarba asa thír o Oilill ┐ o Mhedhbh, TBC p. 419 n. 2 . o tartusa indarba fort, Anecd. ii 54.7 . do deachadhais co rig n-Alban, ocus misi lat forsin indarba sin, MR 34.15 . re hinnarba cach fedma `to repel every attack,' 160.23 . go bhfagham ionnarba it olc `may I suffer rejection in Thy rejection,' Studies 1931, 660 § 5 . guil ┐ úalla arda | dhá bfuil úadha ar indarba, IGT Decl. ex. 1074 .

? 1 indarbach

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n banishment: mairc recus tír na mbeó ar thír na marb ┐ ar inarbach n-aduathmar, Todd Lect. vi 35.6 (for indarpe or indarbad, Ed.).

? 2 in[d]arbach :

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Forms: ionarbach

n ionarbach `a destroyer ,' O'R.

indarbad

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Forms: innarbaid

n u, m. except: g s. innarbaid, O'Gr. Cat. 513.20. vn. of indarbaid.

the act of driving out, expelling, banishing; banishment, exile: innarbad gl. exilium, Ir. Gl. 752. dilsi na set ... a dualg[us] innurptha `by right of ejectment,' Laws ii 286.z Comm. cach innurbut anfoluid `every putting away (of a woman) for disqualification,' iii 60.17 . exarcistid ... grad indarbtha na [n]demna ocus dualach `an exorcist ... the grade that banishes the demons and vices,' v 22.9 Comm. tria indarbud cecha dúalchi, PH 5618. atá sect mbliadna déc fri Ultu ammuig ar longais ┐ bidbanas (v.l. ar ionnarbadh iffegmus Uladh), TBC 465. mac Lochlainn do innarbad a righi Telcha, AU i 590.12 . ro tríall ... indarpud in gerrain uad `to drive the nag away from him,' Thr. Hom. 122.8 . nī beitheā acht ēn-bliadain a n-ēgmais Ērenn ar innarbadh, ML² 457. rob ail lé dol ar ionnarbadh go hOilén Doimle `to go into exile,' BNnÉ 120.36 . fer indarbtha ┐ aircti a escarat, Ann. Conn. 1265 § 7. don ionnarbadh dorinne Pharao ar shliocht Ghaedhil as an Éigipt, Keat. ii 369. is ed is digbail ann an tan tinnsgnas an t-adbur dileghadh ┐ innarbadh do gabail cuigi (of fever), RC xlix 8.

indarbaid

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x see ind-árban.

? indarbair :

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ind mac indarbair .i. indearb a fis ni fis ar ba dia siur, O'C. 2004 (< H 4. 22, p. 31 ). ? Leg. mac in darba, see RIA Dict., s.v. 2 darba.

ind-árban

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Forms: inárbenim, ata-árban, inairben, inarban, indairbenat, indaárben, atatáirbined, n-indarbe, indurbe, inrarba, nachimrindarpai, atrorbe, adrarbbai, adarbetar, inrarpatar, innarbanar, inárbanar, innárbantar, indarbanar, nachitrindarpither, inárpitis, atdobrarbadse, indarbanta, innarbithe, indarbaid

v indic. pres. s 1 inárbenim, Sg. 146b10 . s. 3 ata-árban, Ml. 65a14 . inairben, ZCP xii 364.17 . nad inarban , Laws iii 8.z . pl. 3 indairbenat, Laws ii 288.1 . ipv. s. 2 indaárben, Thes. i 4.31 . s. 3 atatáirbined, Ml. 86c10 . subj. pres. s. 3 are n-indarbe (MS. —indurbe ), Thes. ii 244.24 (Camb.). pret. s. 1 inrarba, Ml. 46b10 . s. 3 nachimrindarpai, Wb. 5a18 . atrorbe (atrarpi, v.l.), Corm. Y 756. adrarbbai, O'C. 767 (< H 3. 18, p. 361a ). p. 3 adarbetar, O'Mulc. 368. inrarpatar, Ml. 23d8 . Pass. pres. s. innarbanar, 14c16 . inárbanar, 73a20 . pl. innárbantar, 15c5 . ipv. s. nacham indarbanar , 56a22 . subj. pres. s. nachitrindarpither, Wb. 5b33 . subj. past. pl. inárpitis, 5c1 . pret. atdobrarbadse, BDD² 416. pl. (with pres. stem): ro indarbanta , Lat. Lives 23.10 . Verbal of necess. innarbithe, O'C. 875 (< H 3. 18, p. 392b ). Later indarbaid ā.

(a) drives out, expels, rejects: is follus isindí nachim-r- indarpai se `in that He has not cast me away,' Wb. 5a18 . ar nachit-r-indarpither frisin fírini per superbiam `lest thou be cast away ...,' 5b33 . are n-indarbe a dualchi óod ocus a pecthu `that he banish from him his vices and his sins,' Thes. ii 244.25 (Camb.). innarbaim uaim ceird na cainti `I expel from me the art of the satirists,' O'Dav. 869. in- árbenar gl. excluditur, Ml. 73a20 . lasse ataárban in fugam, 65a14 . inrarba cech ndeithidin domundai huaim, 46b10 . innarbanar hires trí drochgnimu, 14c16 . corrici cíth besti béoa indaárben úainn ol duaid, Thes. i 4.31 . atdaim ... nad inarban iar fis `one adopts what he does not repudiate after knowledge,' Laws iii 8.z . manai-indarbann acht fo- egi(um) `wenn er nicht `austreibt,' sondern (nur) Einspruch erhebt,' ZCP xiv 381 § 44. nach cor nad-atuim fine, fo n- uasnat, ind-airbenat, 374 § 37. ar is demin linn adrarbbai P. arrobbo anidan cacha cerddae in Erinn, O'C. 767 (< H 3. 18, p. 361a ). nidat innarbithe on eclais, O'C. 875 (< H 3. 18 p. 392b ). nochan iat a drochfolaidh fein innurbut hí `they are not her own bad qualities that cause her to be put away,' Laws iii 60.18 Comm. na fuil aice ni inurbus `anything to return' (of the driving out of cattle received as part of a contract, after the contract has been impugned), ii 294.8 Comm. coro innarbsat Saxono co hInis Teneth, LU 220. dénam córai, ol atdob-rarbadse a tír Hérenn ┐ atan-rarbadne a tír Alban, BDD² 416. dochuiredh[ar] andliged, inairben dliged, ZCP xii 364.17 . ro indarpanta na dorchai ┐ doraitne in grian `expulsae sunt tenebrae,' Lat. Lives 10.7 . trēidi inarben (innarban, v.l.) spirut forlūamnai ...: frithairi ┐ ernaigthi ┐ leubar, ZCP iii 452.21 . creitfet-sa do Crist madan- indarba-su na demna om' mogaid-si, Lat. Lives 95.9 . roindarbtha síl nĒbir i n-imlib Muman, ZCP viii 303.16 . an tí do innarp Luxcifer cona léogeónaib aingel, RC xxiv 384.10 .

(b) impels: atatáirbined su .i. du fortacht damsa `let it impel Thee,' Ml. 86c10 (gl. inpellat).

? To this: ? aicesin .i. uce indarpan .i. ni nat fire taisced diret no labradh, O'Mulc. 33.

? indarbanad

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vn. of indarbanaid. act of banishing: ro bass ica n-innarbana (? leg. n-innarbanad) `they were being banished,' RC xx 38.5 (ACC pref.) =innarba, LU 301.