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.

ind-eim

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Forms: indroet

v receives: pret. perf. s. 3 indroet sochaidi hi tús roslá úad uli fo deoig, Mon. Tall. 135.17 .

indeimin

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adj i (4 in- + deimin) unsure, uncertain, doubtful: atát ruini díb indemni ┐ anfalsi uncertain and unclear, LU 2616. sealbh ar nadh hinndheimhin cin do rochtain (gl. na hinṅdearb sealba ...), Laws ii 46.12 Comm. indeimin in dlegar in cendaithi it is uncertain whether the bequest is due ?, i 186.1 Comm. indemin toidhecht beo a cath, Fen. 322.25 . is toll cach n-indemin, O'C. 1755 (< 23 Q 6, p. 34ab ). is indemin ... cía baile in rohadhnocht, Ériu iv 160 § 36.

indeimne

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n , f. (indeimin) uncertainty: cen indirghi nó cen indeimhni `without wrongness or without uncertainty,' O'Dav. 1073. aithghin a seoit ci[n] dire no cin indeimne `without fine or without uncertainty (?),' 1093 . do Leith Choinn gan indeimhne (MSS. eindeimhni, imdheimhin, indeimhin) 'from Leath Cuinn without doubt' Ériu xix 96 § 12 .

indéin

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x see indeóin.

indeirbe

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[n , f.] (inderb) uncertainty: andarbus .i. merugud, ut est mac andarbais .i. mac bis i n-indeirbe fesa, O'Dav. 61.

indéirge

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Forms: innéirghi

n io,n. later f. vn. of in-dérig. See innéirghi, IGT Decl. § 3.31 .

desertion, abandoning, elopement: ilinnerghe ineragar o ecluis bunuidh, Laws iii 64.20 , glossed : in tan tiagar i n-inderge detbire on eagluis bunuidh `when necessary desertion takes place from the original church,' 27 Comm. mas a cinaidh deithbire budein da chuaid a fearann ... is manach inneirge deithbhire hé ; mas a cin indeitbire fein ... is manach indeirge indeithbire ee a lay tenant whose desertion is without reasonable cause, O'D. 2256 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 20a ). eturru ┐ in eclais indeirge roindtear he the church from which the desertion took place, O'C. 1899 (< 23 P 3, fo. 23 (21)a ). cach ben deiraig [a lanamnus] .i. indeirge mborbtuile a desertion arising out of violent desire, Laws v 456.y Comm. na mna asanortar ar egin no ar in neirgi (? leg. inneirgi) gan fis, O'C. 301 (< H 3. 18, p. 165 ). diubach ndala .i. innergidh (leg. innerge) ndal aonaigh .i. nemh- tuidheacht do aonach iarna urocra, O'C. 472 (< H 3. 18, p. 247 ). indeirge uilc ar olc leaving one bad thing for another, Arch. iii 320 § 93. iar ndul co a mnái ar innerge, LL 11b9 . innéirghidh mhic na míochomhairle `the adventures of ...,' O'Gr. Cat. 579.36.

indéirgid

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v see in-dérig.

indeithbir

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adj i (4 in- + deithbir) unnecessary, inexcusable, pre- ventable ; unreasonable, improper: sech ba i.¤ doibsom fochaid dæ in chrud sin `it was improper for them to try God in that way,' Ml. 97d15 . masa i.¤ ro n-uc uad `if it was without necessity he gave a thing away,' Laws iv 34.x Comm. is dethbir a leth risin mnai, cid indethbir a leth risin fine `it is a case of necessity as regards the wife ...,' v 298.3 Comm. na huile daine reisa foglaither ... tre anfot fergi dethbiri ┐ indetbiri `justified or unjustified,' Ériu xii 89.z . nech crades a cheli im ní bas dethber nó indethber `reasonable or un- reasonable,' 168 § 12 . la dēcsin a chrotha gil | la cach n-ōin is i.¤ | mina tegma, ... | cēill n-āith ... n-imglain it seems incongruous to all (of one outwardly fair but lacking sense), ZCP vi 267 § 7. rédig dam, a Dé do nim | co hémid, ní hindeithbir, | éirniud mo chesta it is not unreasonable, iii 20.10 .

As subst. is amhuil inddeithbir torba im lethaithgin i nespach, Laws iii 168.3 Comm. , transltd. `it is like a case of injury due to preventable inadvertence in respect of half compensation to the idle person,' (Plummer), Ériu ix 32 q.v. aithgin ... i n-indeithbir torbai `auf unentschuldigter Schädigung,' Thurn. ZCP xv 330 § 21 n. 2 .

indeithbire

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n , f. (indeithbir) non-necessity, absence of reason- able cause: isedh is cin indeithbire sunn cin comhraite `what constitutes an unnecessary crime in this case is an intentional crime,' Laws iv 248.25 Comm. isit slana na haithne indethbire `the things unnecessarily given in charge,' v 160.12 Comm. indeithbire torba `injury due to preventable inadvertence,' Plummer, Ériu ix 32 q.v. a chur ar muir ina chintaib anfoit ocus indeithbire torbu, Laws i 14.10 Comm. cethruime aithghine for in fer bis cethrur ag indeitbire torbaidh who along with three others causes ..., 274.1 Comm. mat condaicsom iatsom ocus ni acatursom eisium, ocus rob e a tuicsi-sium co facatar, ocus araide ní acatar, is amhuil indeithbire torba im leth aithgin (of the workman who inflicts an inadvertent injury), iii 168.18 Comm. See torbad.