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 .

indechad

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Forms: indechta, indighthe, indichthi, innichthe, inneachaidh

n u, later o, m. vn. of indechaid. g s. in indechta , BB 441b7 . indighthe ( indichthi , v.l.), ZCP xii 384.25 . innichthe, Dán Dé xiv 8. inneachaidh, TSh. 5408.

(a) vengeance, retribution, punishment ; act of avenging: co n-accaitis ca hindeochad do-bérad in rí forru, BDD² 196. madead asber ... a eiric ocus a indechadh `if I say that `eric' -fine is to be paid, and that it is to be avenged,' Laws i 8.1 . indechadh ro bi ria Patraic i n-Eirind, ocus dilgud tuc Patraic lais, 14.2 Comm. iar tabairt leth- indechdha aire ar in trócaire da rinde half-punishment , O'D. 950 (< H 3. 17, c. 665 ). inneachadh cosmhail ... .i. suil hí suíl ┐ cos hi cois `identical retribution,' Cóir Anm. 110. ni ragha-siu cen indeachad, ar atbela ... co roluath, Anecd. ii 12.24 . is fris ro-herbad o Día i.¤ cech indligid, PH 4080. dochūaid Ādamh ... d'ēis gach indighthe go nemh, ZCP xii 384.25 . an t-inneachadh tuc Día fair a ndiogail a dhimhiadha-somh, Buile Ṡ. 122.17 . lá innichthe na n-anam (i.e. the day of Judgment), Dán Dé xiv 8. ní lór lem Día do dénamh indighthe ort and gan me fen do denamh digail- tais ort, BCC 178.y . crech indigti la clainn Muris ar clainn Domnaill, Ann. Conn. 1335.4 (=creach ndigailti, ALC). truagh an t-inneachadh (sic leg.), PBocht 23 § 16. gur chuir Dia cloidheamh an inneachaidh 'na thruaill, TSh. 5408 .

(b) As a quality, vindictiveness: cen i.¤ for duine, cen úaill, Ériu iii 96 § 4. do bhái do mhét inneachaid ┐ aincreidimh in phopail gur leiccset gan ord, gan aifrionn, gan altóir ann hé ` wickedness ,' ZCP x 14 § 9.

(c) reviling: inneachadh, aithis, cáineadh, cursa, Eg. Gl. 398. ūair dabī 'ga n-indec[h]aidh (leg. indechadh, Ed.) `for he had been reviling them,' Ériu iv 180 § 35. co ngabhsat fós a psalma esccaine ┐ innighte fair, BNnÉ 323.z .

indechaid

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x see in-deich.

indecht

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n (Lat. indictio) an indiction (in chronological sense) : super indechta et super laithe sechtmine `on indictions and on the day of the week,' Thes. ii 39.23 (Cod. Vat.).

ind(fh)echt

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x see fecht.

indecuirithur

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v see in-cuirethar.

? inded :

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ind a ulcha gaill indedbudanaigh, IT iii 98.25 .

in-deich

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Forms: in- dechur, indechaid, in- dichid, indechad

v avenges : indic. pres. pass. s. gnim olc mad in- dechur is well avenged, Laws i 8.17 . Later indechaid, in- dichid ā and i: ni comraite do dia n-indichi `it is not deliberate malice to a man if he is avenging (a previous injury)' (Plummer MS. notes), O'Dav. 389. bale i ndénta fingal ... ní anedsom co n-indechad, LU 4342. teora gua is mesa indechas dia for na tuathaib, Laws iv 52.27 Comm. dia faghbuinn-si bar n-eiliughadh-si no-n-indecfainn oraibh, RC xliii 20 § 18. Vn. indechad.