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.

indeithbirech

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

indeithbirius

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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.

indeithbirsech

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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.

indela

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x see indlaid.

indelb

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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.

indell

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Forms: indel, indell, indell

n o, m. vn. of in-lá. Orig. indel.

(a) an arrangement, agreement, adjustment, contract: indeall no achtugud `adjustment or stipulating,' O'Dav. 1113. dligthur a fastad, amuil inn-lathur inniull ... `wie es einge- gangen wird' (of contracts which were illegal or inadvisable but are later acknowledged by the fine), ZCP xiv 374 § 36. cach cor, cach i.¤ `jeder Vertrag, jedes `Eingehen' (Abma- chung),' 376 § 39 . cach indell .i. lanumnuis every contract i.e. of marriage, Laws ii 290.z Comm. is dilis iarum, dia-n- [e]acraither inniull `wenn es mit einem Verfahren hineinge- bracht wird,' ZCP xiv 379 § 43. rucus coscrad comair iarna indiul `die schon eingegangene Vereinigung zum Pflügen kann aufgelöst werden' (one of the Gúbretha Caratniad), xv 308 § 3 . cin ni tardaidter a logh, ar indeall a ndilse `although their value has not been given on the arrangement for their alienation,' Laws v 426.3 .

(b) arrangement, preparation, lay out, gear, equipment (for sleeping, for a journey, of a house, etc.) : ranic a tech mbic cumang ndub ndorchai sech ni raibe tene nó indel no derghau[d] ann `neither fire nor furniture nor bed,' RC xii 70 § 39. ata murindell lim ┐ focichertar deit-siu ┐ rot-bia in curach equipment for a sea voyage ?, IT ii1 178.136 (O'Curry, MSS. Mat. tr. `sea-charm'). an t-inneall imtheachta `travelling array,' Atlantis iv 206.30 . ase inneal do chuire- dar ortha coslomnocht ┐ an leinte a ngobhal gach aon aca, Rel. Celt. ii 200.12 . do amhairc in tor ... ┐ do in[n]is innioll in tuir uile, Feis TC 1029. ni hurusa a rīm indiull (? leg. indeb, Ed.) na cathrach sin, Marco P. § 70. an leabaidh nó an t-inneall suain sleeping arrangement, TSh. 4168. inneall ┐ iostas an áruis ... sin, 6654 . téid easbog T. ... go n-inneall easbuig ┐ go bhfuirinn do chléir 'na fhochair ` retinue ,' 9755 .

indell do chur ar to prepare: nach foláir dhuit inneall do chor ort féin, ré haistear aireach do dhéanamh go neamh, TSh. 6945. cionnus chuirfeam inneall orainn féin ré hucht na nguasacht réamhráitte, 6887 . i n-indell set, ready : sleg i nn-indell lasin lóech 'the warrior had a spear ready' Fled Bricrenn ocus Loinges mac nDuíl Dermait 55 § 15 .

ar indell as, i n-indell as fitted to, projecting from: íarna tescad dona claidbínib ┐ dona gáib robatar for innell asa lúrigh feisin ┐ a lúirechaib a echraide `that were fitted out of his own hauberk ...,' TTr.² 1166. is aire atberthai serrea (sic) de .i. ona serraib iarrnaidi bitis a n-indill as (of the carpat serrda), IT ii2 10 n. 2 .

Especially of battle array, marshalling or equipment: co mberadh gach lorg fri araile dib ina mbuaili bodba ┐ ina cro cat[h]a ┐ ina n-innell āigh (sic leg.), CCath. 4980. coirgis gáe ┐ slegha na sluag ar indill āigh (sic leg.), RC xxiii 422 § 38. d'fisrugad bar n-innill `to ascertain your battle array,' MR 176.22 . óglách dob iongnadh inneall, TD 20 § 20. cuirid an dá shluagh inneall catha orra féin, Keat. ii 5598. do chótar cenél cconaill as a nindeall lá a dhéine ┐ lá a dhioghaire ro chingset `with such violence and vehemence that they went out of array,' FM v 1358.1 . munbadh dluithe ┐ daingne a n-innill ┐ a n-ordaighthe, 1646.19 .

(c) circumstances, condition, manner, guise: fada do las ar lár m'anman | inneall t'aighthe as ionmhuin linn (to the Holy Cross), DDána 41 § 48. is nua nemnech na slegha sin mas iad i.¤ bar n-arm uile `if the weapons of all of you resemble them,' Ériu viii 22.24 . ar sin ní fheadar th'in- neall after that I know not what your circumstances will be, DDána 50 § 21. da dtugtha a hinneall dot aoidh if you were to take notice of its condition, 54 § 16. ionnus gur sháimh leis an gceithearnach an t-inneall ar a raibhe féin `the state of things,' TSh. 3721. dar leis an uisseōicc mōna | ... as sí féin ar imell raith | as ferr innell don ēnlaith, ZCP viii 219 § 11. créd fá ndealbhthar ... na haingil ac inneall n-ógánaigh go sgiathánaibh, O'Hussey T.C. 145.3. inghean ro b'iongnadh inneall, Dánta Gr.² 28.10 . bídh i ngalar neach is slán | ... bídh i n-innill neach is trú `good trim,' Dánfhocail § 242.

(d) contrivance, device: innell infolgidi aga for [a cind- som] `a concealed apparatus,' CCath. 2655. gan i.¤ uilc ecin and `contrivance for evil' (of the wooden horse), Aen. 435. glese .i. glesa .i. indle no arma, Todd Nenn. 230 n. dobersa ... indnell furig ecin arna slogaib `I shall employ some device to delay the hosts,' TTebe 1739 . fuair Aimpiaraus a oighidh triana indeoil Apaill `Amphiaraus met his fate through Apollo's devices,' 3650 . fo-cheird Cú Chulainn indell 'Cú Chulainn employed a trick' Fled Bricrenn ocus Loinges mac nDuíl Dermait 55 § 15 . atá murindell lim ┐ fo-cichertar deit-siu 'I have an ocean device and you will use it' 56 § 21 .

Hence snare; metaph. plot, treachery: tria indle ocus chelga Conchobair, IT i 73.15 . isna hintledaib (.i. isna hindlib) `in the snares,' Arch. iii 16.6 . ialla ēn ... a gaisdib ┐ līnaib ┐ indellaib, BB 499b14 . do shíneadar líon ré taobh na slígheadh, do chuireadar innle am choinne, Ps. cxl 5. do milleadh ... le hinneallaibh cealg is cruaidh-chlis, ERuadh 514 . ? To this: creidim sa Sbiorad naomh neamhdha | do-ní inneall don iúl chlaon, DDána 15 § 14. By extension, a question: innell int imcomurc ┐ tinnell int eirniud `indell the question and tinnell the solution,' Auraic. 1247.

(e) act of adjusting, fixing, harnessing, yoking: masa duine aile ro chuiristar in duine d'i.¤ a airnil `to set his trap,' Laws iii 456.7 Comm. tidnacul cluaisi diaraili .i. do ae do innell i cul i coméd dia cele ac a roibi in gle fis to arrange your law-case, O'C. 764 (< H 3. 18, p. 360 ). lucht innill na sás, PH 7738. an chúis do cuireadh 'na leith | ... do bhí i n-aincheas a hinnill he doubted whether he could settle it, DDána 63 § 14. it connairc Laogh ag i.¤ an gae builg, TBC 3909. na heich do gabáil ┐ in carpat do chórugud ┐ a ilchlesa d'innill, Comp. Con C. 92.3 . iad féin d'oll- mhughadh ┐ d'inneall ... ré hucht ionnsaighthe, TSh. 2652. do-ní inchinn Mheisceadhra d'inneall 'na chranntabhaill ré C. do mharbhadh, Keat. ii 3128. do-ní an domhan dá rinn d'inneall i n-aghaidh dhíolmhaineach Chríost, TSh. 7061. an dream mheasas a fhios do bheith aca an mbí an t-othar marbh, do-níd cleite d'inneall ar chomhair a bheóil ┐ a shrón, 1894 . ? To this: inneal .i. friothaileamh, O'Cl. ? na foreilgi (nad forelgi, v.l.) indel gl. (ile renna) neime, IT iii 35 § 16.

In reference to horses, act of harnessing, yoking: cungnum oc indill each, Laws v 490.1 . na heich do gabáil ┐ in carpat do indeall, Comp. Con C. 91.8 . in carpat serda ... in coemna- car a innell, TBC 2522.

Hence a bond, tie, fastening ? : innel .i. ceangal, Stowe Gl. 442. indeall .i. ceangal, Lec. Gl. 118. inneal .i. ceangal, no cuimreach `a bond,' O'Cl. demon damair indel .i. roda- mair a indlead di.¤ no indled .i. cengul no cuimrech, Fél.² Feb. 16 n. demon damair indel (: imbel) `a devil that suffered yoking,' (glossed: indel .i. ro damair a intlediu). Vel indel .i. a chengul `he endured his snares,' Fél. 74.35 . inneal restraint, O'R. ? To this: indel .i. all n-ind, ut est in capite equorum , O'Mulc. 741. assai coni indeoil (? leg. co n-indeol) do credumo impuib `shoes with clasps ...,' Mann. & Cust. iii 157. Plummer, MS. notes, suggests con immiul.

(f) exercise (of skill, etc.), means: abairt .i. innell, O'C. 969 (< H 3. 18, p. 416 ). icais an gillai tre inndeld a eladon, RC xii 68 § 34. den indel cétnae, ib. focheird Cuchulaind indell ina hagaid na sleigi, imsai in t[s]leig fris makes a move ?, IT ii1 177.100 .

(g) act of contriving ? : dobidg amac[h] iar n-indiuld an misceoil, RC xiii 222.41 = iar n-indill ..., MS. Mat. 473.34 .

(h) Gen. used attributively, prepared, well-equipped, capable, reliable ? : bīdh go hairech innill urnaightheach `let him be careful prepared and prayerful,' Fl. Earls 156.20 . do chonnairc ... síoth-mharcach innill eich dhuibh, A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 7. ar siúr innill aobhdhai-ne `my faithful comely sister' (of the Blessed Virgin), xxxi 10 . do ghabh do ghleódh a hanaim | tré mhagh dtadhaill eól indill, IGT Decl. ex. 1733 (but v.l. inill).

(i) Used absolutely in adv. sense: do-sn-iced uili dogrés i.¤ sin (? leg. in indell sin) in that manner , LL 126a19 .

ar indell, i n-i.¤ as, in the manner: táinig a hEamhain innsigh | slóigh eile ar an innillsin, Aithd.D. 16 § 29. gurob aran inneall sin do chaith an caomh-naomh a betha, BNnÉ 236.3 . gluaississ issin innioll chētna gusin pālāss, Fl. Earls 174.5 .

Compds. ¤chró in the phrase indell-chró bodba marshalled fence of battle ? : atconncadar [a] naimdi ina n-innellcro- bodhba (sic leg. with C) [d]o gach leith umpu, CCath. 2753. Applied fig. to Cú Chulainn: in caur ┐ in cathmílid ┐ in t-indellchró (sic leg., Corr.) bodba fer talman Cu Chulaind mac Sualtaim, LU 6409. ¤chróda of cruel appearance ? : samalta ré foscad fidbaidi firairdi anellchroda comdorcha, TTebe 4862 . ¤dírech quite straight, exact: batar gerrgela indildírgi na dé lurgain her two shins were ... rule-straight, BDD² 30. tuc urchor indilldírech ar in muic, Fianaig. 66.10 . "tabhur mh'agaidh risin cnoc" ar M.R.; ocus tugadh on co hinilldireac, RC xliii 76 § 77. in ba hindill- dirghi dibrucud dona feraib he whose cast was the truest, Acall. 7394. gur ro haimsedh go hindill díreach eisidhe do phluic- mheall peleir ina oxaill, Hugh Roe 144.1 . ¤gloin: meic Feradhaig indeall-gloin `of the bright equipment,' BNnÉ 281.12 .

indem

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? indemain:

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ind manibad airmitiu níe | nip indemain fochlach foe `unless there is honour of evil not unsafe is a seated chieftain' ?, Corm. Tr. 81.3 = Corm. Y 661.

indenim

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Forms: indenim, indenmi

adj i weak, debilitated: indenim gl. debilitatum, Thes. ii 38.11 . n p. indenmi gl. inbiciles, Wb. 11d11 .