indiuda

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Forms: n-i.

ind g s. or g p. ? : ró genair o Muire ... cen díth n-óige cen scailiud n-i.¤ cen lathar ḟerrdai, LB 251b23 .

? indíupartach

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Forms: in díupartach

adj o, ā (díupartach) privative (name of a kind of Ogham) : indiupartach ands[o] .i. diupairt gach aicme ar aile imon cetfidh `fraudulent (Ogham) here, i.e. each group's defrauding another of the initial letter,' Auraic. 6074. Perhaps read : in díupartach.

indiuth

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n act of telling ? : indiu .i. innisin, ut est : ní feigh mo rosc indiuth .i. ní ḟéadann mo rosc a innisin, Ériu xiii 72 § 148. Whence probably : inniudh .i. innisin, O'Cl. nis feid mo rosc rán i.¤ fora rríad rochéim (rhetoric), LU 8629. Or ? <ind-feth, q.v.

in-díxnigedar

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Forms: indixnigedar, indíxnigedar

v is in, exists in: hondí indixnigedar gl. ab eo quod ... inest, Ml. 37b17 . indíxnigedar gl. inesse, 19b14 . Cf. díxnigedar.

ind-la

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Forms: inda-lla[a]t, indell

v goes in, enters into: indic. pres. pl. 3 is dilis iarum, dia- n-[e]acraither inniull inda-lla[a]t micoruib, nad-cennaib coirib comallat `es ist dann verfallen, wenn es mit einem Ver- fahren hineingebracht wird, das sie auf Grund widerrechtlicher Verträge eingehen,' ZCP xiv 379 § 43 = Laws ii 306.3 . in- dallat .i. is diles iat a dualgus indarba, Laws ii 306.9 Comm. Vn. indell.

indlacad

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x see idnacul.

indlach

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Forms: innlaigi, ionnloc, ionnlac, indlach, indluig, ionnlach

n o,n. n pl. as s : innlaigi, Rawl. B 512, fo. 67a27 . vn. of in-dloing. The form ionnloc, ionnlac (acc. and dat.) occurs in Ó Bruad. ii 148.6 , 136.z .

(a) orig. meaning act of cleaving, cleavage ; hence, dispute, dissension, division, interruption: cen i.¤ gl. sine ... discep- [ta]tione, Wb. 28b8 . conruptar fadirci ind usci robatar hi fudumnaib talman trí i.¤ inna talman n-isin `through the cleaving ...,' Ml. 40d16 . a n-indlach (gl. corruptionem ... religionis) the breaking to pieces, 64a1 . cen nach n-i.¤ gl. sine ulla interruptione, 32a1 . bar-immartatar sin inlach etir chúiced Ulad imma raind i trí, MU² 18. Of the separation of body and soul at death : d'éis ionnlaigh, an ba an chobhair | dob áilteach lé asbolaibh | slán mar do chuaidh ina ceann | 'sa truaill atám na timcheall, Dán Dé xx 42. a schism (?) : ersi ┐ innlaigi, Rawl. B 512, fo. 67a27 .

(b) As gramm. term, diaeresis: tre indlach gl. per dierisin, Sg. 207a12 . oldaas a indlach `than its diaeresis,' 19a3 .

(c) act of causing dissension, setting at logger-heads: aes ecnaig, aes athchossain | aes ind indlaig nosdedlai, SR 8348. cach do inluch (indlach, BB 151b18 ) ... ba hē bēs brogda Briccrenn, Rawl. 156b21 . nir chóir duit-siu tiach- tain ... do chomrac rum-sa trí i.¤ ┐ etarchossáit Ailella ┐ Medba, TBC 3482.

(d) slandering, complaining about, attacking, rebuking: mór loites lucht an indluig, `slandering people,' Ériu iv 212 § 1. má ragad cliar dimdach de | ni biadh ag innlach impe he would not complain about it, 214 § 10. a Thomáis, d'aithle m'ionnlaigh `after all my chiding,' ix 10.117 . do- ghníatt na naeimh innlach ndermair fri Finden `made a grievous complaint,' BNnÉ 320.30 . dá mbeinn dod ghnúis dreachnáir diomdhach, is cúis neamhcháir t'innlach inn `it were unjust to slander thee for that,' Studies 1923, 80 § 2 . biodhbha Dé ní an gum ionnlach `God's foe never ceases to attack me,' Aithd.D. 97 § 6. beag an fáth fá bhfaghthar guth, | seachain tú ! ná tuill t'ionnlach, Dánta Gr.² 39.10 . ro gabhadh eisidhe tria ionnlach an Iustís ` complaint ,' FM iv 732.7 . Attrib. gen. na scéla indluig `the slanderous tales,' Ériu iv 212 § 1. Very common in conjunction with etarchossaít : tre ionnlachaibh ocus tre edarchossaoidibh Ghall Erenn fair, ALC ii 228.19 . occ ionnlach ┐ occ etar- chosaoitt an Íarla, Hugh Roe 4.22 . daoireacht meardhána na mac | seandála saoidheacht d'ionnlac `the reckless baseness of youths who dare to blame the methods of ancient seers,' Ó Bruad. ii 136 § 15. ionnlach .i. cosáoid(h) no gearán, O'Cl. ionnlach ` causing discord, putting between people ,' O'R.

(e) ? To this : `stakes '?: dol fon ccoill fa nesa dóibh ocus indlaighe do thabhairt leo co mbeidis a ndromanna riu ina sesamh an fedh do beith an cath aga chur, Cog. 216.18 .

indlachta

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x see in-dloing.

indládad

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(tláith Ériu xix 119 ) vn. of ind-láidi, q.v. (self-)indulgence, pampering, softening : mithig anad d'innlāgad (innbhaghadh, v.l.) (=d'inntladhadh, FM ii 618.8 ), Arch. iii 311 § 3. ōenteg[d]ais do aithigid | fri deit[h]ide cuirp, cen drūid[e], cen indlāduth, | cen imrādud uilc Ériu i 39 § 9 ; without lust, without indulgence, without thought of evil Ériu xix 119 . rodimdha cen intlātad | tene ifirn dia loscud, ZCP xii 296 § 10 ; 'great distress without alleviation, [that is] hell’s fire to burn him' Ériu xix 119 .

indláeg

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adj o, ā in-calf (of cows) : clithar sēt. Alii dicunt co mbad ainm do boin inlāig .i. arindī doceil a llōeg n-inde, Corm. Y 209. anad naen lae arin set .i. lulgach ... anad treisi forin set is tanaise di, in bo innlaegh, Laws i 80.13 Comm. tri ba inlaega ar da mbuaib tre laega `three incalf cows for two cows after calving,' 102.19 Comm. tri ba mora ann ocus .xxuii. indlaega `three great cows and twenty-seven in-calf cows,' v 48.2 Comm. (O'Curry says of this : `I take the `in-calf' cow here to mean a cow of her first calf not yet at maturity'). bera boin mbuain indlaeg ar eamain sair sedrada `he takes a good in-calf cow for a noble `Sainea- main' (and a poem) of `Sedrad,' 60.21 Comm. fīr na bo indlaigi `the time for proof of the in-calf cow,' i 234.9 Comm. mainip fo innlaegus aighe airithe ro gell duine beith, acht bo innlaeg cena do reic do, a luige don fir o rucad cor daired eige a cert cacha techta ... ┐ a luige don fir amuig cona fitir laeg bi na marb do breith di (of a cow sold on the under- standing that she was in calf), O'C. 650 (< H 3. 18, p. 313 ). fīr na lulaichi ar aine, fīr na bo indlaige ar treisi, O'C. 681 (< H 3. 18, 332 ). aenbó fil ocum ┐ indlaeg hi, Lism. L. p. 302.7 . do beirthi an ghamhnach no in bhó inlaogha ar shé pinginnibh, FM vi 2078.25 . in bó ionlaeig táinic ann ... in aenlaeg ruc ... nó in dá laeg, O'Gr. Cat. 640. 12 . ar bhúaibh áille indláogha, IGT Decl. ex. 2152. ní ḟuill bhoin acht na boin láoigh | ná agh acht na hoigh indláigh, 2153 . See bó indláogh, § 195 , §196 .

Distinct from bó dara (see dair) in : ma rucustar duini bo indlaegh ... irricht bo dara ..., O'D. 2385 (< Rawl. 506, fo. 47b ). Cf. in-láig s.v. 3 in-.

indláegus

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n o, m. (indláeg)

(a) state of being in-calf: ma ra bai duine fa inleghus da cheili (i.e. if in selling a cow he pledged himself that she was in calf) ,.. ní [f]rith in t-inleghus inti iartoin, O'D. 2385 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 47b ). bu har- tradhach a hinnlaegus uirre her being in calf was evident, O'C. 654 (< H 3. 18, p. 318 ). in inbaid dairther in bo re na breith amach, ocus bithar fo raith a hinnlaeghais ┐ a imtairic amaich, is a lomad don ti ros fuc leis amach hi, nach tarrla laegh beo na marb do breith occa, O'C. 651 (< H 3. 18, p. 315 ).

(b) What results from a cow's being in-calf, i.e. the off- spring or produce of cattle, and sometimes also the milk: roinnter in tinnlaegus ar do itir in fer istig ┐ in fer amuig, .i. ni icann acht leithfiach in lachta ┐ in laig in fer ro gell e risin feicheman rer gellad, O'C. 649 (< H 3. 18, p. 312 ). beinneochuidh sé ... ionnláoghas do bhó agus tréda do cháorach, Deut. vii 13. ionlaoghas `Increase of young Cattel,' Eg. Gl. 391. coire mór na bhfíon-gcaor bhfiuchta | faoi ionlaoghas bó Uí Mheachair, Tribes of Ireland 84.10 . ionlaoghas ` increase ,' O'R.