Cite this: eDIL s.v. indeirbe or

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


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indéirge or

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.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indéirgid or

v see in-dérig.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indeithbir or

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 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indeithbire or

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.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indeithbirech or

Forms: indeithbireach

adj (deithbirech) o, ā spontaneously : adv. doro- indi athlugud buidi do co sochasaideach indeithbireach , YBL 153a1 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indeithbirius or

n u, m. (indeithbir) an unnecessary circumstance or event ; non-necessity, absence of reasonable cause: más inddetbirus fodera don fechemuin toicheda can fasc na hathgabala do breith `if it is not necessity that prevented the plaintiff from serving notice of the distress,' Laws i 300.x . taithmighther amuigh hé cen fherann cach uair isa n-i.¤ da chuaidh a fearann uaid whenever it was without reasonable cause ..., O'D. 2256 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 20a ). más for óin do ratadh in fearann ... cid re dethbirius cid re hindeth- birius deachas (of one who departs from land of which he was in temporary possession), Laws iv 132.7 Comm.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indeithbirsech or

Forms: t-i.

adj o, ā (indeithbirius). As subst. o, m. one who is not acting under necessity: in t-i.¤ fogla one engaged on unnecessary trespass, Laws iii 258.x Comm.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indela or

x see indlaid.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indelb or

Forms: indeilbh, indelbh, n-indelbh

n (delb) ā, f. a s. gusan indeilbh , Misc. Hag. Hib. 14 § 7 ; but : g s. in indelbh , 13 § 2. a s. isin n-indelbh , § 3. a stone structure .

(a) a pagan altar: indelba .i. anmand na n-altōra na n-īdal sin .i. arindī dofornitis intib delba na ndūla ador- tais and, Corm. Y 752.

(b) a cell formed of four large stones: isí métt in indelbh, ceitheora cloch .i. cloch rena druim cloch cec[h]tar a dha taobh ┐ cloch ara aghaid (description of a stone cell in which Mo Chreiche lived during Lent), Misc. Hag. Hib. 13 § 2. téid an t-ócclach gusan indeilbh i raibhe in clerech, 14 § 7. indeilb cloich described by O'Curry as `a naked stone chamber,' Mann. & Cust. i 330.

? To this : indealb airgech, IT iii 76 § 41.