Cite this: eDIL s.v. indermill or

Forms: indermill

n (? ind-air-mill) `Versäumnis,' `Unterlassung' ?, `Pflicht' ? : nach airm indra (? leg. in-roa,. Ed.) indermill do gnimu co agae `wo immer ein Versäumnis (? eine Pflicht) deine Tätigkeiten bis zum (Schluss-) Termin betreffen wird,' Bürgschaft 23 § 65e (indermill here seems to denote what the surety has to pay on the refusal of the debtor , Thurn. ib. 24 n. 1 on 65e ). as-renae ceni (? leg. cene, Ed.) indermill techtae dagraithe `dass du ohne weiteres (?) den gebuhrenden Pflichtteil (?) einer guten rāth zahlst,' ib. 28 § 76a .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indes or

Forms: inis, innes, Inis, indise, inis, indesai, innisi, indes

n ā, f. n s. inis, Stowe Gl. 439. innes, O'Mulc. 735. Inis Eillte, BNnÉ 151.20 . g s. indise, BDD² 602. d s. icond inis , Thes. ii 332.36 . ? n p. indesai, Hib. Min. 69 n. 13 . a p. innisi, Anecd. iii 21.10 . g p. indes, ZCP viii 310.1 .

a byre, a milking enclosure: inis .i. buaile, Stowe Gl. 439. indes .i. as n-inde, O'Mulc. 742. innes .i. in nūis. nūs .i. nue-ass, 735 . ag fireand cacha indise `a male calf from every byre,' BDD² 602. slán n-aurslicthe indise, O'C. 64 (< H 3. 18, p. 23a ). `cinnas atathar icond inis ?' ... `at remra na loeg,' Thes. ii 332.36 ( Hy. v Comm. ). dobērsa cech mboin ina hindis dīb ┐ cach mben ┐ cech mac dia tig, TBC² 3007. dechar duind in mael sa riabach ... ┐ in find robo sciamach, ria n-indisi amarach (re hinnise ambarach, v.l., which read, at milking time ....), Anecd. i 47 § 7. bui dano cōice indes la hOlc nAiche ... ┐ cach indes dīb dia bīathad-som īar mblegon cēt bō, ZCP viii 310.1 - 3 . inna cétbó cetnaconrainic ind inis cuicne maiten moch indé `that first came to the milking-place of the kitchen yard,' Hib. Min. 66.y . bo glé-gheal ... ní fes cia búaile no inis asa ttainicc, BNnÉ 126.17 . Inis Eillte (name of a place where a hind used to be milked), 151.20 . saigid cumni ... ┐ husci ┐ innisi (innisiu, v.l.) ┐ bidh di aigedaib it refers to ... (of the Cáin Domnaig), Anecd. iii 21.10 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indesc or

n a milch-cow ? : indesc .i. bleghnach, ut est lan n-éne oil de tri[b] indescaib .i. bleaghnachaib, O'Dav. 1123.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. ind-feithi or

Forms: infeiti, indithem

v intends, fixes on: p.p. bá infeiti gl. esset intenta, Ml. 28c17 . Vn. indithem. See infeite.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indḟine or

Forms: innfine, innfine

n , f. (lit. 'end-kin' GEIL 312 ) the fourth subdivision of the `fine.' Descendants on the male line of the same great-great-great-grandfather. See MacNeill, Celtic Ireland pp. 160 ff. , 171 f. cis lir fini tuaithe ... ? ite fine cacha tuaithe, geilfine, deirbfine, iarfine, indfine, deirgfine ..., Laws iv 282.17 ff. innfine asi is sine dibh ` `innfine' is the remotest of them,' 292.2 Comm. arindhi it cétheora fine ata nesom conbeirat cinaid cacha bunadaig: gelfine ocus derbfine, iarfine ocus i.¤ , i 260.3 . ite fine cacha tuaithe, geilfine, deirbfine, iarfine, i.¤, deirgfine `these are the family divisions of each territory,' iv 282.x-y . But cf.: fodeiligt[h]ir in dibad itir na teora fine .i. deirbfine ┐ iarfine ┐ i.¤ , Stud. in E. Ir. Law 143.y Comm. indfine co uii. firu dec ... Duthaig duine otha sen, iss ann scarait finnthea `the `innfine' extends to seventeen men ... From this forth it is a case of a community of people, it is then family relations cease,' Laws iv 284.7 - 9 . isi in deirbfine amail ro gabh bruinne an duine, ... ┐ isí in iarfine amail ro gabsat an dá righ, ┐ isí in innfine amail ro gabsat na da dornn, O'C. 2294 (< Eg. 88, fo. 22a ). innfine asi is sine dibh. Innua innfine, athuir iarfine; innua iarfine, athuir derbfine; inua derbfine, athuir gelfine, Laws iv 292.2 Comm. Cf. íarfine, derbfine, gelḟine.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indḟoda or

adj (1 ind + foda) io, iā having a long point: 'na luing indḟota `in seinem langgespitzten Schiff,' Bruchst. § 162. dobertor nōi mberu indfodai findcuild, Aisl. MC 117.23 . lorg indfada ḟindcuill isindara láim dó, Acall. 3488 n. claideb ... innḟota, TTr. 1546. caelsnaithi óir ic cengal an fuilt indfada fororda, Acall. 382. inad inn[f]ota 'if (?) it be jagged' Bretha 32 § 14 .

? indgas:

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? indgas: or

ind inngas .i. inde an gai na chuais, O'Mulc. 769.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indgás or

n weakness, debility: cen nach ngalar cen indgás (: bás) (inngas, ingas, v.ll.), Im. Brain § 10. i lobrai ┐ i n-íngás, LU 3304. indgās .i. iarna guin do gáib, O'Mulc. 743.

indgither ?:

Cite this: eDIL s.v. indgither ?: or

Forms: inngither

v lulaicce indruicce taréisi inngither , O'D. 2232 (< Nero A vii, fo. 155a ). i.¤ foluid, O'D. 2227 (<ib., fo. 153a).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indgnam or

n u, [m.] vn. of *ind-gní.

(a) produce: ingnum .i. inní donither dh' ḟinnḟoghnum ann, in t-arbar no in cainnenn `what is produced by ... service there ...,' O'Dav. 1138. indngnam .i. in t-arbar ┐ in ru, Laws v 362.12 Comm. do-aisbena a ngaibes o flaith met laiget bis etir fot ocus indngnam `... whether of land or of crops,' 360.21 . ass ningnama `the growth of the crops,' Mon. Tall. 156.9 .

(b) something capable of producing, a cause ? : ba hingnam comperta di, ┐ darala A. di don toirrches sin `it was an act sufficient for her conception,' TTebe 2688 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. India or

pn India, in pl. the Indies: ri na nInnia, CF 6. meic rig na hIndia, Acall. 3810. o Espain aníar co hInnia sair, CCath. 37. don Innia órchlochaigh `to India famous for golden ore,' Ó Bruad. iii 72.12 . de'n gcael anairt gle-gheil o na hInndiatha anall, Hard. ii 383.17 .