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.

indarbanaid

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v see ind-árban.

indarbthach

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Forms: innarbthach

adj o, ā (indarbad)

(a) exiled, banished; expulsive: na trī rīg innarbt[h]acha, ML² 177. do cōirighed trī tighi ... dona hōgaibh innarbthacha, 173 . muirn Meic Liag 'na lasair thruim | 'na tuinn ionnarbthaigh ionuinn like a wave banishing us ?, DDána 80 § 41. issed is cosachtach ann .i. cumsgugud brighe indarbthaighi nádúrdha an scamáin `cough consists in a perturbation of the natural expulsive force of the lung,' O'Gr. Cat. 188.18.

(b) As subst. o, m. an exile, an outlaw: innarbthach gl. exul, Ir. Gl. 983. bát innarbthach féin uamse `thou shalt be banished from me,' RC xiv 412.3 . co ndingnadh aith-rí nō innarbt[h]ac[h] do C[h]onn trē dul a cairdes a nāmad, ML² 192. inarbtaig ┐ danair `outlaws and Danars,' Cog. 152.1 . ro thuill bennachtain ... aoidhed ┐ ionnorptach, ALC ii 400.12 . go mbaí ina ionnarpthach ó thír do thír, FM vi 2048.2 .