? 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 .

indarbthóir

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[n i, m.] (indarbad) `outlaw': a amais anuasail ... ┐ a innarbtoir dibligi, deroil, drochbertaigh, ZCP vi 282.11 .

indarcan

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n ā, f. vn. of ind-oirg. act of chopping, hammering, beating: indar lat ba indarcan (tinnarcan, LU) asnortt cach foiltne ina chend, TBC² 392. cárna samaisci do indarggain fo thál ┐ béuil ┐ a thabairt issin fothrucud, TBFr. 250.

indarmthi

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participial formation from arm: dobeir-som ainm cathrach dun cennadaig ara daingni fobith romatar indarmthi á oic because its young men were armed , Ml. 78b12 .

indas

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Forms: indas, innas, indus, ionnas, n-indas, indassa, hindus, hindsa

n u,n. later m. vn. of in-fét, Ped. ii § 722 . n s. indas, Wb. 33c9 . innas, LU 3453. indus, TBC² 327. ionnas, Ó Bruad. i 124.3 . a s. ar n-indas , Wb. 15b13 . ? g s. indassa (gl. quan- tummodo), Ml. 61b2 . d s. dá hindus , KMMisc. 194 § 9. ? n p. inna hindsa , Laws v 434.1 .

? Orig. meaning, account .

I

(a) manner, kind, nature, appearance, condition: ised inso a indas ind ḟir `this is the kind of the man,' Wb. 33c9 . is ed indas ind fir seo átrebfea hi tabernacuil dé, Ml. 36a19 . is tabartha do airi indus in cheneōil cosatīagam `the character of the tribe,' TBC² 327. rait ōn rota i mmbï a hinas in which it is its character to live, Corm. Y 1112. cosmail innas a gaile | fri Coin Culaind Murtheimne, LU 4558. ba cumung dano cid ar indus in a way ?, 10582 . intan doecat na hindso so `when these conditions arise,' Laws v 128.19 . crand n-Alab ... samailter a indas fri deilb nduine, Ériu ii 118.1 . ticc úair a n-ionnus taidhbhsi `in fashion like a wraith,' ix 4.43 . combái dá hindus cach blad | acht in t-im[b]as 'na aenar `her condition had every [gift of] fame, save ...,' KMMisc. 194 § 9. atchaoi gan cleasuigheacht a hionnas | nach feoidhfidh go fóill im ghoile its nature, Ó Bruad. ii 188.19 . ? To this: ro gab Dond do sin leith aile | iar n-urd innaiss (: irrais), Todd Nenn. 248.2 . romolus Dál Cais ... ní fúar indus da n-écnach `I found no occasion to revile them,' Met. Dinds. iii 310.82 . dá madh ionnus é d'iarraidh | ní iarraid na hOirghiallaigh `even were it feasible to claim it,' TD 9§ 37.

(b) method, way: ní fhuil ... spring i nglas ná watch ... nach fuil ionnas a n-innill ag Nóiris that N. is not able to adjust, Ó Bruad. ii 234.4 .

? To this, an attempt, estimate ?: `is doraid an nuidi' Dobēr indus fair I shall make an attempt at it ?, TBC² 378 = indass LU, ardmes LL.

(c) Folld. by noun in gen., like: an buinne bríoghmhar ionnas taoide the vigorous youth like a tide, Ó Bruad. iii 146.11 . ionnas an achta lear tachtadh an t-uan, 170.3 .

(d) fo indas in the manner of, like: roboi coróin ordha fa cenn fa indus ríg, D iv 2, 72rb8 . is fírien tra fuan indassin tabart diglae foraibsom `in accordance with that condition,' Ml. 74c20 . dorat tár fon n-indas-sin forsin cóiced n-uile, Sc.MMD § 14. is foan n-indussin rogab into saltair, Hib. Min. 222. roáinius fon indus cetna doridisi, PH 1560.

II Used adverbially:

(a) tráth ba lethmarb ind innas sin, LU 9074. tuitfimit-ni in n-indas cétna, Mer. Uil. 187. is frecra ailgen ... in indus-sa do-rat Ísu for diabul súnd, PH 4813. oir ni bad maith e innus ele `for it is not good any other way,' Rosa Ang. 114.6 . ni biam indas ndochraid we shall not be (i.e. act) in a disgraceful manner, Anecd. v 3.6 .

(b) Folld. by rel. clause:

(i) as, how, so that: rofessursa indas nombiedsi `I shall know how ye are,' Wb. 9a21 . tuuc- thar ... indas fograigte inna duli `the way in which the elements sound,' Ml. 42c2 . gnímu cosmaili du denum du christ indas as-nda-fiadam-ni dundarigni `such as we declare that He did,' 93d14 . a denam indus bu dligthige in a more lawful way, Laws v 158.26 Comm. rohordaigset indas no roindfitis crō ┐ dībad how they would divide, Ériu i 214.6 . am mebrachsa ... indus robas indte cosin n-uair-se ┐ indus bether indti béos co bráth, iv 138.17-18 . co na gabat a chomorbus-som indus as díngbala doib, PH 4247. bui diabul oc a thur indus no mellfad se Adam, Todd Lect. iii 50.8 . co fesed Petar indus bud cóir aircisecht don foirind dogéntais imarbus, PH 3180.

(ii) cía indas how, in what manner: décaid a eredig ┐ a arma cia indas rundgabsat, Ml. 55c1 . cindas rainnfither in mucc ? ... cīa indas ... acht a rrann ar chomramaib ?, Sc.MMD § 6. cip indus bes trá a torrachtain ... cugum `however his coming to me may be,' TTebe 3707 . See cindas.

(c) indas ... co ... so that , indas ... nach so that ... not (generally consecutive folld. by indic., but somet. final folld. by subj. and later by condit.): rachad ar lar na n-allmurach indas co tuiti dream eigin dibh lium no no co tuiter-sa leo-san, CF 99. don ochtmad asna ... doronta Eua, indus co m[b]ad cutruma do hi, Todd Lect. iii 48.12 . coroin imma cenn do spínan ghel a comhcruaidh sin indus cur rith fuil a chind rena agaid `so hard that ...,' Maund. § 15. tuittfit na sleibhti ann innus co mbet aird ar aird frisna glenntaib so that they will be level with ..., RC xxviii 312 § 11. ni fuaradar an riaruighadh (sic) mar búdh mían leo, ionnus gur sgaoil an tárm ... `and therefore the army broke up,' Rel. Celt. ii 166.11 . innas nach tibred a athair aichni ar a mac so that a father would not know his son, Cog. 198.14 . guidhidh ionnus nach biadh bhar dteitheadh san gheimhreadh ná san Sabbóit, TSh. 4114. ionnas nach rachadh an chuid-se da foircheadal ... faoi lár, Donlevy xv 11 . ionnus na boicht sháiseóchar leis sin, go nguidhdís Dia so that the poor ... may pray God, TSh. 3963. guidh arna marbhaibh, ionnus an tan bhiaid san bheathaidh mharthanaigh nach tugdaois faill ar guidhe ar do shon, 4981 . ionnas ar buile nach biadh `lest she should go mad,' Ó Bruad. ii 120.17 .

indatta

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adj io, iā, (4 in- + datta) ignoble, unpleasing: mar bais Ailill a dalta | ba scēl n-ingair n-i.¤ , ZCP viii 117 § 13.

indba

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adj io, iā, rich: superl. besid nesum, besid tresi, besid indba, is e a less glethar fa deoigh whoever is nearest (to his home), strongest or wealthiest, his case is decided last, O'C. 1269 (< H 3. 18, p. 514 ). Cf. dindba .i. domma `poor,' O'Dav. 672.

indbad

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n o riches: at lána lína ō innbath `sind die Netze voller Reichtum,' Sits 1919, v 93 § 23 . ? predic. gen. comtis indbaid i n-iris `so that they might be rich in faith,' Wb. 10d33 .

indbadaigid

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Forms: indbadaigfitis, indbadigthi

v g (indbad) intrans. abounds, is rich; trans. enriches: sec. fut. no indbadaigfitis .i. roptis imdai piana donaib anmanaib `they would abound,' Ml. 15c8 . Part. bed indbadigthi gl. lucratiui (questus), 92a17 .