indíles

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x see indles.

indilltas

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n o, m. (indell) preparedness: nach raibe sealbh flaithemhnais De co cindte ag nech do med a indilltaiss `howso diligent his making ready,' BCC 444.33 .

indílmain

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Forms: hin[d]ilmáin

adj i (4 in- + dílmain) unlawful, not permissible: tair- bered a accobra indilmaine in chrais, PH 4945. cech duine loisgither ima curp o thoil indilmain `by unlawful desire,' RC xxv 392.31 . adv. na ro-shanntaigemm indmas in choib- nesaim co hin[d]ilmáin , PH 6871.

indílse

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n , f. (indíles)

(a) unlawfulness, inappropriateness: guin indilsi `unlawful wounding,' Laws i 58.9 Comm. indilsi duaisi (when a poet exacts more than his proper fee), O'D. 1624 (< H 5.15, p. 15b ). indlius ar indilsi, Auraic. 3710. ? To this : is iside dogair na tigerna chuca fri fual no fuasna na indilsi (faillusi, v.l.) na saeirid seo Ruis Ghlaise, Anecd. i 43.3 .

(b) absence of liability ? : indilsi neich ro ortar uait furru there is no liability on them for what may be destroyed of yours, Laws iv 140.25 Comm.

indílsech

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adj o, ā As subst.

(a) an innocent person, a non-liable person: mas d'innilsech ruga[d] in roba[d] if it is to an innocent person the warning has been given, Laws i 298.27 Comm. is indilus don ti do rigne in muilliudh ┐ crod indilsig ro gabustar, v 492.9 Comm. donti bis a ndethbirius .i. d'indilsech, i 298.26 Comm. escepte chána sin for indil- sechaibh, O'D. 751 (< H 3. 17, col. 542 ). i.¤ a rricht dīlsigh é (of Cú Chulainn arraigned by the Ulaid for slaying his own son but regarded as indílsech because he was ignorant of his son's identity), Ériu i 126.3 .

indílsiugud

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[n u, m.] act of keeping back, counter claiming ?, `annulling' : aidbriudh .i. inndilsiugud, ut est aidbriudh molta `annulling,' O'Dav. 56. im tabairt na .vii. cumala for cula, ma tá ac inddilsiugad in meic tar a tard cend `if he cancels the security on account of which he gave them' (Plummer MS. notes), O'C. 352 (< H 3. 18, p. 193c ). ? aid- bhriugh .i. indilsiugadh ut est ar ni haidbriugh for fot forlengar for dilsi .i. ni hinann do ┐ no linged do indilsiugadh in fir dilis ro fothuida oco ac anntest, O'C. 78 (< H 3. 18, p. 61a ) (= Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, p. 168 ). ima coibhche troisces andsein ┐ ag indilsiughudh atathar uimpe it is being kept back ?, O'D. 2374 (< Rawl. B. 506, fo. 45a ).

indil(l)tech

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Forms: indilltech

adj o, ā (indell) given to making plots: As subst. a fhírindilltech na n-il-chelg n-exsamail `real contriver of manifold deceits,' PH 8174.

indil(l)teóir

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n i,m. (indell) plotter, deceiver: cid im nach tre guth callairi no mair da fuagrais don indilteoir ut teacht it fhiadnaisi (the Jews to Pilate of Christ), YBL 141b8 = melltoir, PH 2608.

? indin

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ind ? ord aera serbsi as indin indinn (from a rhetoric), Ériu iii 137.76 .

? indinn

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x see s.v. indin supra.

indir, indire

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ind cairigh indire .i. na cairigh as ferr bis as in buathligh, O'C. 343 (< H 3. 18, p. 190b ).