? indbera :

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Forms: indbera

ind mórda cach menmnach ... indbera (?) cach damnad, Arch. iii 229.120 .

indbertad ? :

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n modh rohanadh dia hindbhertadh `however long she might wait for her delivery ,' ZCP xvii 153.x = Ériu xiii 24.21 . Cf. inbheirt `a perfect birth,' O'R.

1 inde

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n a paddock, or perhaps a stable for horses: inde .i. echlaisc no bac, ut est ain ech fria n-i.¤ `halter or staple, ut est `the driving of horses to their stable,'' O'Dav. 1126. ain cethra 'na lias ; ain muc 'na falaib ; ain ech fri n-i.¤ , Laws v 136.10 , glossed : dochum a n-echlaisce no in bac n-achaid .i. fri a ngoil, ib. 24 . (cf. baicc do echaib acht serrchu, is comand do suidiub, O'C. 816 (< H 3. 18, p. 376 )). ? To this : cru co n-indi forais no cru co n-i.¤ arais `a shed with a pound-stable' (Plummer MS. notes), Laws i 104.29 Comm. cf. v 498.23 Comm. eich i cuibrech teachta no a n-i.¤ `horses in their proper fetters or in a stable,' iv 96.z , glossed : na heich ina cuimrech dligthech in cenn fri bac ína nechailsib, 104.x .

2 inde

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x see 1 inne.

1 indé

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adv. of uncertain origin, see Ped. § 422. yesterday: cid ind hé gl. heri saltim, Sg. 148a13 (the h is due to false analysis). con eperar do, na-bi go(i)rta(i) inni[u] olbui ane `er sei heute nicht `schärfer' als gestern,' ZCP xiv 356.5 = Laws ii 254.7 . pit beg romroimlius inde, v 22.19 Comm. séig indiu glasreng i.¤ , LU 1327. is foicsiu lind don ág in t-imrubad indiu anda dond imdiburgun inné, TBC 3608. i.¤ ba metithir sliab | indiu ní ḟuil de acht a scath, 4190 . dorala di toighecht indne forsin cairricc, D iv 2, 74ra31 . caidi an slúagh ané anoisi where now is the multitude of yesterday ?, IGT Decl. ex. 226. leithead na maidne anaé, Celt. Rev. x 140.26 .

ó índé since yesterday , frequently contracted to ó[']né : ba ferr dún comad erlum óné, Aisl. MC 59.11 . sia an seal ó 'né gus a-niugh, DDána 106 § 24. ag fuagradh oruinn o ne go niodh from yesterday to today (i.e. continually), Luc. Fid. 274.12 . ag an bfer ó andé `a fellow of but yesterday', O'Gr. Cat. 614.13.

2 indé

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x see 2 i.

indeb

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Forms: inneam, i., i., innium

n o, n. later m. Mid. Ir. inneam.

(a) gain, increase, wealth: i.¤ gl. lucrum, Ml. 43b6 . i.¤ gl. stips, Sg. 70a3 . in- neamh .i. biseach, O'Cl. asberat is ar i.¤ is dénti tol dáe, Wb. 29b12 . corrop hed mo i.¤ crist, 24a6 . ni riat na dánu diadi aran i.¤ domunde gl. non turpe lucrum sectantes, 28c2 . co mbetis i n-indiub fochricce domsa `so that they might be in gain of (the) reward to me,' 10d33 . cid ind indib hisin gl. pecuniae, Ml. 73a15 . as duliu lium cech indiub ┐ cech ret, 45a4 . indeb ł iárfichid gl. adquaesitio, Thes. i 497.37 (Ardm.). bo bri[u]gad cumal n-oig n-inndib `the cow of a `brewy' is entitled to a full `cumal ,'' (Plummer MS. notes), Laws v 400.22 . tic indem na tūath | dā cinniud for cách `from their excelling all others comes prosperity of the tribe,' BColm. 32.12 . nī tucc d'echtres nō d'ōenuch | nā do c[h]ōemhnu nā d'innemh | an sainṡerc ..., Sitzb. Pr. Akad. (1919) v 93 § 26 . nírbat santa[ch] immun mbith | nō for ind nim (v.l. indium) chlóen, Arch. iii 312 § 6. ar creic a bicc lóin ar indiub romór `after selling his little food for very great wealth,' CCath. 2358. cuir ... isan muir an uile n-inneam fuil occut isan curuch, RC x 86.11 . mor int innem oendeisse great the increase (viz. of descendants) from one pair, Rawl. 84a43 . inneamh póirghine gach cnó dá clárshnoighe, DDána 83 § 16. As vn. dot innium, dot fās `that thou mayst prosper and grow,' BColm. 16.19 . in cnoc for ás, for i.¤ `the hill growing and gaining,' Met. Dinds. iv 184.x .

(b) power: inneamh an fheartaigh `the Mighty One's strength,' Ó Bruad. iii 166.20 .

Compd. ¤thech treasure-house, treasury: mairid in clai- dem fos ... ic sil Iuil Cesair inn inniumthigh na Roma, CCath. 5258. doradad asin innimthigh ... aneoch d'innmus dobertsat na Rómhánaig ó Anibhal, 1521 .

indebar

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Forms: indebuar, hinnebur

n manure, dung: indebar .i. áilech ... ut est, tech i mbí indebar, .i. tech i mbí inde in buair, O'Dav. 1127 = indebuar, Laws v 166.5 . dogéna ór ┐ arcut do i.¤ ┐ do otraigib na n-ech ┐ na cámall, PH 7276. As vn. fearann asa n-asann cach arbur can frichnam ... ni heicin a hinnebur `it does not require to be manured,' Laws v 220.25 Comm. Cf. cain- debar.

Indecach

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Forms: I.

adj o, ā Indian: acan impere I.¤ , ZCP ii 284.x .

Indecdae

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Forms: hInneccdhaib

adj io, iā, Indian ; as subst.,pn an Indian: Prois In- neccda `Proiss the Indian,' Ériu v 158.209 . o'tchualaid na dráide Indecdai do thabairt ascad amal rig do that the Indians were giving (of the Magi), PH 2838. i fudumnib in mara ┐ in talman indecdai, Rawl. 80b45 . do maithib na nInnecdha arcena `the Indian nobles,' Ériu v 146.20 . cona forbrut bruinnte indecdai, LB 205b33 .

In pl. used of the country : a hInneccdhaib tangamairne `we have come from India ,' Ériu v 146.13 .

indech

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Forms: innech, indech, innigh, innuc

n o, m. vn. of ind-fig-. n s. innech, Corm. Y 761. indech, Fianaig. 50 § 26. g s. innigh, RC xxix 120.5 . d s. innuc, Laws ii 416.2 Comm.

the woof, weft, an interweaving ; by extension of meaning, an inlay: innech .i. intextum .i. fighe, Corm. Y 761 =.i. infige, O'Mulc. 717. eanglaim .i. inneach, O'Cl. o bias na innuc no na etuch urlum `when it is in the state of `innuc' thread, or ready-made cloth' (of wool in process of being made into cloth), Laws ii 416.2 Comm. im snimaire .i. olla no in fertais loim .i. nindich `for the wool spinning-stick, i.e. `for the wool, or the bare spinning-stick i.e. of the woof,' i 152.11 Comm. ór a i.¤, airget fóe (of a hood), Fianaig. 50 § 26. a hi.¤ do margarét `its woof (i.e. its inlay) is of pearl' (of a board for playing fithchell), 14 § 32 . sán c[h]án immo deirc-innech, § 30. ciumhus ... orṡnáithe ┐ cloidhem h caoimhédrocht corthrach ag dinge innigh uirre `a fair bright bordered (weaver's) beam pressing a woof upon it' (of a border being woven), RC xxix 120.5 . ci atchess cen dlúth cen i.¤ `bare of warp or woof,' Met. Dinds. iv 332.28 . a díol innigh fúithe fríoth interweaving (of the building of a wall), DDána 119 § 31. loiscfidh sé an t-éadach sin ... más dlúth nó inneach é `whether warp or woof,' Levit. xiii 52.

Fig. a n-englumma aigh ocus a [n]-innec[h] urbadha `their woofs of battle and their weft of bane,' CCath. 5440. beiridh th'inneach iul (? leg. iuil) do dháimh woof of know- ledge ?, DDána 74 § 67.

As vn., act of weaving: ní dhearnais t'oigdhe d'inneach, transltd. `you did not make your work with any woof' (of poetic composition), Content. xxii 25.

See Dinneen s.v. inneach .