Cite this: eDIL s.v. ind-láidi or

Forms: indládud

v pampers, softens ( Ériu xix 119 ) : a menicān imrāidim (or Gūaire) | ocus dno cōin innlāidim (cáin nindladim, v.l.) | cech n-ōen ronānaicc a less | nī dig ūaim cin domonces, Arch. iii 2.3 . Vn. indládud.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indlat or

Forms: indlat, indlad, ionnladh, indlat, únladh, indlait, ionn- luid, indlut, inlut, innladh, ionnlad, innalta, iond- lait, ionnalta, indladh, indlat, indlait

n o, m. (<indmat, q.v., influenced by lámh with which it very commonly occurs. See Ped. i 488 , ii 575 , and Sarauw, Irske Studier § 94 ). n s. indlat, Corm. Y 597. indlad, YBL 137b36 . ionnladh, DDána 70 § 22. a s. indlat, LU 1447. únladh, Mid. Court 401. g s. indlait, Críth Gabl. 176. ionn- luid, IGT Decl. ex. 767. d s. oc indlut , Thes. ii 249.10 . inlut, LU 3787. innladh [ionnlad], IGT Decl. § 104. In Mid. and Mod. Ir. g s. sometimes as u- stem : innalta ( iond- lait , v.l.), TBC 1555. ionnalta, A. Ó Dálaigh li 18. indladh, IGT Decl. § 106.

(a) act of washing the hands or feet (later used also for washing the face. See indlaid), act of cleansing: indlat .i. inde lauat manus et pedes , O'Mulc. 730. ionnlat .i. glanadh, ionnlat a bheathadh ... `purifying his life,' O'Cl. intan adnaim duine a chosa ┐ a lāma indlat innsin .i. inlót, lotum .i. dīunag n-ind, Corm. Y 597. māt .i. lāmh, unde indmat .i. ind na lām negar and. Indlat immorro .i. lat .i. traig. Indlat don chois didiu ..., 943 . it bois láin di uisciu oc indlut, Thes. ii 249.10 . usce loch aelta .i. ni maith do dig ní maith do indlut, LL 283b28 . is lor do indlat a choss nama, PH 5261. icc indlat a haighthi ┐ aglanad a gelglacc, BB 239a52 . buinne lindghlan láimh re leas | gá theas ní háil indladh as, IGT Decl. ex. 1671. d'éis a n-ionnallta a hór ghlan `which have been bathed in pure gold,' TD 40 § 7. tainec go Tibra an Laeich Leisc d'indlad a lam ┐ a gnuísi ┐ a aidhce, BCC 28.13 . Attrib. gen. ambur indlait ┐ long ḟoilcthe[o], Críth Gabl. 176. Fig. gurbh' uisge ionnlaidh dhí a deora, DDána 30 § 19. sruth ionnalta na n-anam (of Christ's blood), PBocht 15 § 14. iad féin d'fhothragadh ┐ d'ionnladh a tobar ... na haith- righe, TSh. 7051. fuair Beannghlan, mór an modh, | a ceangladh d'ór 's a hionnlodh (of a harp), Feriter 484 .

(b) In concrete sense, water for washing: tessaigid indlat dóib ol Ailill, LU 1447. cian ō thessaigthe intslatt (leg. indlat), Ériu viii 157.21 . cen dig cen bīad cen indlat, Aisl. MC 13.18 . ni raibe tene na indlad na dergad and, YBL 137b36 . Fig. mo chearchuill chodalta, ionnladh mh'aigeanta (of the poet's patron), DDána 70 § 22.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indle or

Forms: indlea, indli

n (? cf. indell) a measure or subdivision of land ? = iugerum Peritia i 309 n. 5 : n s. cach indlea o Dib Carnib usque ad Montem Cairnn, Thes. ii 271.11 ( Ardm. 17a1 ). a p. Marii obtulit teora lethindli tria thír, 239.9 ( Ardm. 17b1 ). ? To this : sech colomna hercuil adbuil | dhEspáin indlib (: tinrem, leg. tinrim) transltd. : `to Espain the peninsular,' Todd Nenn. 238.2 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indlecht or

n see intlecht.

1 indled

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 indled or

n m. vn. of indlid. act of preparing, drawing up; the play of arms ? : múr nach brisfe brathairminnleadh the play of treacherous weapons, DDána 89 § 20. co ndiglar orra an t-indlead (int innall, v.l.) ceilgi tucsad oram isin n-aidchi, TTebe 1120 .

2 indled

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 indled or

x see indell.

3 indled

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 3 indled or

Forms: -innlith, -indliud, -intliud, -intṡlaid, -indlaith, -indlid, -indlith, intlidib, -indledhaib, n-intlidib

n d s. -innlith, IT i 119.18 . -indliud, iii 186.7 . -intliud. LU 4494. -intṡlaid, 4498 . -indlaith, YBL 117b51 . n p. -indlid (v.l. -indlith), BDD² 306. d p. intlidib, IT ii2 191.54 . -indledhaib, RC xii 60.15 . Always (except : caeca maclene co n-intlidib orsnaith (cona n-imdenum orsnaith, v.l.), IT ii2 191.54 ) found compounded with derg red, and usually folld. by óir or de órṡnath. Usually understood to denote some ornament or embellishment on the léne or caimse , whether interwoven into the fabric or afterwards inserted or embroidered is not clear. Plummer MS. notes : `the varying spellings indicate two supposed derivations, one from indell, the other from ind-slaid-, the latter is the more probable.' See also Windisch, IT iii 264 and TBC pp. 391 - 2 . Probably the same word as 1 indled, the variant spellings being due to confusion with int(ṡ)laide, q.v.

interweaving ?, insertion ?, embroidery ? : léne ... dei sítiu úainide fo derginliud óir, BDD² 10. bé find fors ndestatar deirgindlid (deirindlith, derindlith v.ll.) áir `a fair woman on whom the red embroideries of slaughter have settled (?),' 306 . léine ... do shita uainidi fo derg-innlith oir, IT i 119.18 . teóra caimsi co ndergintlaid, LU 7649. leni ... co ndergintliud (where MS. has only nderḡ, showing what a conventional phrase it had become), 5636 . léni ... co nderginluth intlase, 9268 . léni donderg míleta bha dergindliud do dergór, TBC 5189. lene fo derg indlaith oir impe, Ir. MSS. Ser. i 174.7 . lene gond indledhaib (? leg. go ndergindledhaib) de orsnáth, RC xii 60 § 16. deirginnleadh .i. inneall dearg, O'Cl.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indléimnech or

adj o, ā As subst. one who leaps upon ? : bo for gach nindleimnech eich no creiti .i. ... for in cách ro fir- lingustar for in ech, O'D. 762 (< H 3. 17, col. 549 ).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. indlem or

x see intlem.

? indlema

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? indlema or

n n p. Badb is Macha ..., Morrígan ..., indlema ind ága ` compassers of death,' RC i 37.21 ( LL 10b28 ) = tindrema `Dienerinnen (wörtl. : Dienste),' ZCP xiv 176.8 .

indles, indíles

Cite this: eDIL s.v. indles, indíles or

Forms: indles

adj o, ā (4 in- + díles). See díles, Binchy, Críth Gabl. p. 83. The primary meaning is not belonging, not one's absolute property: inles .i. in- fo diultad, co nāch les ē, acht la nech aile, Corm. Y 784. innles .i. ni diles [acht] fri nech ele, O'Mulc. 770. ni forbrister nach n-innles .i. nocho foirbrisi do neoch ani is innles do do breith uadha, O'D. 547 (< H 3. 17, col. 436 ).

(a) not forfeit, not due, not lawfully to be paid, therefore unlawful: indiles cach iarraid tar ainme indeithbire `un- lawful is every fosterage-fee beyond the avoidable blemish,' Laws ii 180.4 , glossed : ... .i. is indles in iarraidh don aite o ferfuither ainm-cneidhe ar in dalta tre indethbirius, 180.7 Comm. nach indles cor cid itir da eccond `such a con- tract is not unlawful even between two idiots,' iii 4.13 Comm. cia nascar a dilsi, is indles cach ngait `though its perpetuity be secured on bond, no gift of a stolen object is valid,' v 216.9 Comm. Superl. secht tobarta ata inndilsem la feine ce ro nastar for macud ┐ raith, O'C. 348 (< H 3. 18, p. 192b ). Used substantivally : cach indbass bid indles n-ūag `jeder Reichtum wird gänzliche Herrenlosigkeit sein,' Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 24 n. 5 = Ériu v 211.70 ( LL 125b14 ). ni bi eric tar on, tar ainim, tar einech n-indtlem .i. dia nderna indles don ni dobera tar cend a enigh `if he cause a non-forfeiture of that which he may give on behalf of his honour,' O'Dav. 1087.

(b) entailing liability, entailing culpability: díles ┐ indles di brúud for lár thige : díles cach rochóem, indles cach ndíchóem ; díles ór ┐ argat ┐ uma[e], indles cach (n)ombur ┐ cach sreth as chórus for lár that which is immune and that which entails culpability as a result of breaking on the floor of a house : immune is every excessively valuable thing, every ordinary thing entails liability ..., Críth Gabl. 221 - 223 . díles ┐ indles i n-immid : díles suide ┐ ḟreslige [n-]indi ┐ cia bronntar indi co comardda[i] cinn i suidiu ; indles aní bes arddu ci[u]nn that which is immune and that which entails liability as regards a bed : sitting and reclining in it is immune though anything be broken in it as high as the head when sitting, anything higher than the head entails liability, 233 - 235 . indlis do neoch no muille he who incites him is culpable (of a dog that has been set on to do an injury), Laws v 492.7 Comm. ma rob indiles cach dib a cheile, is lan fiach o cechtar de ind if to attack either of them entailed culpability for the other, it is full fine from each, iii 238.x Comm. is slan don fir fris' nā dalann, co foeigem, ┐ indles iar foeighem `the man with whom she has made no assignation is safe till she screams, but it is illegal after screaming,' v 274.18 Comm. cislir cairdi do chuisin ... cairdi feine ┐ cairdi n-airdbidhe ┐ cairdi n-indlis ... Cairde nindlis, nechtar da lína adrorastar a crich a cheili is diles, O'C. 804 (< H 3. 18, p. 372b ) = cairde n-indlius criche, O'C. 22 (< H 3. 18, 10a ).

(c) inappropriate, improper (of the use of a word) : caide ruidhles ┐ dileas ┐ coitchind ┐ indles in focail is guta ... indles di immorro guth fotha, uair ni fota hi inti fein `what are the peculiar, proper, common, and improper of the word vowel ? ... Improper to it, however, is voice foundation, when it is not a foundation in itself,' Auraic. 380 - 384 . caite ruidhles ┐ diles ┐ coitchend, indles alta ? ... indles immorro do dialt, ar ni bi alt and `inappropriate, however, to a monosyllable for no alt joint, exists there,' 832 . innleas a tabairt for airimh n-aili acht for a seacht `improper, its application to a number other than seven' (of the word seachta, heptad), 749 . indles immorro do forbaid dib dul i llocc araili `inappropriate, however, for any accent of them to go in place of another,' 821 . coitchend indles don insci saerda .i. coitchend ara gnathugud, indles immorra ara aindilsi common owing to its being used, but a solecism owing to its inappropriateness (of artificial gender, e.g. to speak of crand as masc.), 843 . nī fordiuchtror fordūain indlis `nicht erwache ich durch ein ungehöriges Lied,' Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 24 § 1.

? To this : bé n-indlis ` non-owned woman (i.e. another man's wife who lives with a given man by her husband's permission),' Ériu xii 74.18 - 19 (see also Stud. in E. Ir. Law 65.2 ). a atitin a prim mna ocus a fine ata cach ben dib sain aicce cenmotha in be nindlis; ocus a aititin a fir ata saide `by the cognizance of his chief woman and of his tribe he has all these women except the `indlis' woman, and he has her by the consent of her husband,' Laws ii 400.26 Comm. lan do 'na prim-mnai ... i[n] ae[n]mud rand fichet do i n-a be n-indlis `full honour-price is paid to him for his chief wife ... the twenty-first part on behalf of his `bé n-indlis,' v 72.6 Comm.

Note also : innlus cach tinnscra fri deirge dligid o rech- taib commámsa, O'Dav. 540. rogellai Saúl mac Ciss | a hingin cendil n-indliss, SR 5818. ar [is] étarbae n-inderb n-indless etir cach ar ūair `unnütz, unsicher, ungewisser Besitz,' ZCP xi 85.2 . is indless cach maithius mor, LB 188 marg. sup.