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 .

indenme

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Forms: indeinme

n , f. (indenim) weakness, debility: na indeinme gl. debilitatis, Ml. 57b3 .

indenmigthe

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Forms: nindemnichthe, indenmichthe

(indenim) part. weakened; enfeebled: as subst.: a s. in nindemnichthe (leg. indenmichthe) gl. debilitatum, Ml. 50a3 .

indeo

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particle an exclamation indicative of surprise or dismay, indeed ! verily !: `indeo,' or Cathal `dar Barre, nom-ísa ...' `verily ... thou'lt devour me,' Aisl. MC 51.21 . `inneo ?' ar síat `ca haccmaing fil acat do cur fris ?' Mer. Uil. 56. `i.¤' ar F. `ni ba dirsann in gnim,' IT i 122.6 . . "i.¤ ale" bar cách "is sochaide iat," ` " welaway !" said everyone,' RC xiii 92.3 .

indéoda

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adj io, iā, (4 in + déoda) secular, temporal: denadh in eacluis leginn do, uair mo do dibaidh deoda beirius ina do dibaidh indeoda `... more of a divine legacy than of a legacy not divine' (of one who has been dedicated to the service of the church), Laws iii 40.13 Comm. Read díbadh in both instances.

indeóin

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Forms: indeonach, indéin, indeoin, indeoine, inneóni, indeona, inneoin, indiūin, indein, indeona, hindeón, indéin, indeóin

n f. (but g s. in indeonach , O'C. 1961 (< H 4. 22, p. 10 ).) n s. indéin, Sg. 110b1 . in indeoin , Laws iii 186.8 Comm. g s. indeoine, YBL 419a15 . inneóni, LU 6395. indeona, LL 120a50 . d s. forsind inneoin , RC x 52.4 . for indiūin (indein, v.l.), Corm. Y p. 88.7 . n p. indeona, TBC 962. g p. a hindeón , Hail Brigit § 9. See IGT Decl. § 42.18 .

(a) an anvil: indéin gl. incus, Sg. 110b1 . cumme olsesim ┐ sengobi cona indeuin fora muin. Indeuin crábid ol sisi, Mon. Tall. 134.5 . fogur na ngoband oc tuarcain brotha forsind inneoin co n-ortaib, RC x 52.4 . mar bad land dergóir do brondór brúthi dar or n-inneóni, LU 6395. aithgabail goband ... gat im indeoin `the distraint of a smith ... a `gad'-tye on the anvil,' Laws ii 118.22 Comm. islán don tí imris in tórd for in indeoin, iii 186.7 Comm. cinta in íaraind o teinid co hindeoin `injuries done by the iron (in carrying it) from the fire to the anvil,' 190.2 Comm. tréde neimthigedar gobainn: bir Neithin, fulacht na Morrígna, inneóin in Dagda, Triads § 120. ar nach crích no ferand bái aice acht a uird ┐ a indeona ┐ a duirn ┐ a thendchore, TBC 962. Applied to the crown of a helmet because it receives blows ? : ar i.¤ cherdchomarthaig chirín cathbairr, MR 234.5 .

(b) the nether millstone: im ocht mbullu ara fognat muillond: topur ... liae, mol, indeoin ... `for the eight parts which constitute the mill ... the stone, the shaft, the supporting stone ...,' Laws i 124.18 . indeoin .i. ... in cloch iachtair, 140.18 Comm.

(c) used fig. of persons or places that support or sustain: `caide an inneōin threbtha ?' ol in mac ... `ben maith' ol Fīthel, ZCP viii 112.24 . indéin fri cach torbae `an anvil for every profitable thing,' Ériu iii 96 § 3. rap anad fa inneoin leo et rapo doss díten ... leo Conall, CRR § 36. Lia Con inneoin na n-aigead (of a very productive place), Hy Fiachr. 254.z . an fisid foglama ┐ in indeoin forais (of Cicero), CCath. 4492. a inneoin fhothaidh na ferrdachta `firm anvil of manliness,' St. Ercuil 184. fo dháigh ná badh carracc cothaighthe ┐ ná budh inneoin fhorais do dhiberccach é (of an island), FM v 1742.6 . fó daigh go madh inneoin fhosaighthi dia clannmaicne (of a castle), 1282.14 . Niall ... inneoin órdain ┐ oirechais an fhlaithemhnais, iv 750.5 . ceithri leoman do brās ... uas trī hinneōnaibh marmair uas a chēile `four lions of brass set on three marble anvils,' Fl. Earls 218.22 . rinn an réasúin arna raobadh ar inneóin na hurchóide `the anvil of iniquity,' TSh. 2903.

(d) some kind of cooking apparatus, a griddle, gridiron: (see description of indeóin in Daghdha, RIA Trans. xviii (III) 213 ). inneóin `a gridiron,' O'Don. Suppl. oc fuine ēisc for indiūin, Corm. Y p. 88.7 . do cuingidh indeoine ... comard fri fer intan ba adlaicc ┐ ni ba airddiu os tenid oldas dorn tan aili ... be iarn a domna, YBL 419a15 ff. cēin fonnuith[e]a fulacht lēo lē[i]m ┐ dolēim in gilla tarsin n-indiu (leg. n-indiuin), RC xxv 346 § 2. fulacht cacha chaille .i. in ni ar a ndentar fulacht isin caill .i. induin, Laws v 484.13 Comm.

Frequent in place-names. See Hog. Onom. cit n-é uisce ┐ ardae ┐ indbera do-riadhad ? Ní anse: Indein, Cult, Cuilten ..., BDD² 457. is and bátar Osraige i nIndiuin, LU 4470. otha Figh in Uird a nOrbraidhi co hIndeoin isna Deisib, RC xliii 68 § 68. Indeoin Maighi Feimin (=Mullaghnoney in Tipperary), Acall. 2600.

Compd. ¤traig a support: da clobuinne ... do iarann ... cona n-inneoin-traigthibh ... fothu `with their anvil feet under them,' CCath. 5274.

indéolaid

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adj (? 4 in + déolaid) due, rightful ?; worthy, honour- able ? cislir a ndlige iar miadhaighecht indeolaid isna miadlechtaib ? `how many are their legal rights according to their rank in the dignity laws ?,' Laws iv 344.7 .

indeónad

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[n u, m.] vn. of indeónaid. act of broiling, roasting: ba híat fein dorinde both doibh ind oidhchi sin ┐ dorindedh indeonadh léo, Lism. L. xliii 8. doniat na laeich a himḟuine ┐ a hindeonad, Marco P. § 107. dorónad inneonadh ┐ fulachtadh leo ann, Acall. 1546. roghabh ag inneonadh an escc (sic) no gur urrlam he, Ériu xi 199.z .

indeónaid

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v ā (indeóin) broils, roasts: ro marbad a énbo ┐ ro hindeonad (a aonbhó do mharbhadh ┐ a fuine, v.l.) ar beraib iaraind in bo iarsin, RC xxiv 46 § 4. immainait (inneonaid, v.l.) ... an bu móir dona hécnib, x 60.3 .

? indérachtae

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adj io, iā (4 in + dérachtae, part. of di-ess-reg-) not deserted: inderachtae .i. huare narbu derachtae (gl. numquam ... distitutum) `undeserted,' Ml. 18d18 . Or perhaps =art. + dérachtae, see I in II (b).

1 inderb

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adj o, ā (4 in + derb) uncertain: is i.¤ coich in mug `it is uncertain whose is the slave,' Sg. 209b30 . is i.¤ im mascul fá femen ..., 61a9 . iss i.¤ dogres i n-arim hodid an dies hore is and sluindid aimsir n-indeirb `in the singular number dies is always uncertain, because therein it signifies an uncertain time,' 66b9 . do slund aimsire indeirbbae, 16 . In Laws ii 272.13 applied to a claim in regard to which acc. to the gloss there is sworn evidence for and against. See Thurn. ZCP xiv 366 - 7 . [ni gaibter athgabail druith ...] nā hinndearb sealba ... gl. sealbh ar nadh hinndheimhin cin do rochtain property upon which it is uncertain that any claim lies, Laws ii 46.10 and 12 . umun ni is dearbh ┐ is indearb dona scuichib `as regards what is certain and what is uncertain of the movables,' v 208.y Comm. ar [is] étarbae n-inderb n-indless etir cach ar ūair useless, uncertain and unprofitable, ZCP xi 85.2 . is i.¤ a n-adnacol diblinaib, Lat. Lives 36.3 . derbad n-i.¤ uncertain proof , LL 345e18 . bás derb. amser i.¤ , 371a13 . dal na i.¤ (dál nach innearbh, v.l.), TBC 1502. ní hindderbh lium tocht a criaidh, ZCP vii 301 § 9. conid i.¤ ... ┐ conad eicindtech, YBL 169b26 . fuil .iii. ni do nach buidech mac Dé ... ecnach duine mad i.¤ defaming if one is uncertain of the truth of one's assertion ?, LB 225 marg. inf. rob i.¤ ocus rob amairsech faistine a fellsum, MR 240.22 .

As subst.: ōttalod i n-i.¤ n-aois `since I have come to an untried age' (? i.e. between childhood and womanhood), Ériu ii 16.11 . Or if 2 inderb is a genuine word this ex. may belong to it.