in-dloing

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Forms: indlung, asdloing, indloingtis, indail, ro-darn-inlaig, -indlachtu

v (as- may replace in- in pretonic position) pres. indic. s. 1 indlung, Sg. 15a5 . s. 3 asdloing, Ml. 48c32 . impf. pass. pl. indloingtis, Thes. i 496.35 ( Ardm. 175b1 ). fut. s. 3 ní indail , Ml. 96a8 . pret. perf. s. 3 ro-darn-inlaig, LL 149a24 . Part. d s. -indlachtu, Ml. 96a8 . Vn. indlach, q.v.

cleaves, parts, separates: huan chomacnabud nephin- dlachtu .i. ní indail a trocairi `from unparted custom, i.e. He will not part His mercy,' Ml. 96a8 . tar áesi indi as inter- cidentis .i. asdloing `who cleaves,' 48c32 . indlung gl. findo, Sg. 15a5 . indloingtis gl. disecabantur cordibus suis, Thes. i 496.35 ( Ardm. 175b1 ). cetlud ríg ro-darn-inlaig the com- panionship of kings has divided us, LL 149a24 .

indlos, indlas

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Forms: indlus, ionnlus, indlus

n o, m. indlus, IGT Decl. § 38.13 .

(a) produce, increase: beodile no mairbdile ac na fuil i.¤ na inforbairt `produce or increase,' Laws iii 328.1 Comm. seoit ac na beith indlus no inorbairt, 126.y. a nindile no a clann .i. cach colaind do raghad dó, ┐ da trian a innlois fri hetar- scaradh doib, uair is tall ro gabh bunadh, O'C. 2004 (< H 4. 22, p. 30 ).

(b) Later, wealth, property, possession: a chlú is é as ionnlas aige `his glory is what he aims at,' Aithd.D. 15 § 6. ní báidh leam m'úidh ar m'ionnmhas | fearr d'ionnlas dúinn an daidhbhreas poverty were a better possession for me, Dán Dé vii 2. dual duid mé id thig | ag toirbheart chliar gach chineadhaigh | d'fhoghluim ionnlais | ag comh- ruinn ionnmhais d'fhileadhaibh (transltd. ` lavishness ,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 167 § 38 ), DDána 114 § 38. déanamh ionn- lois bhar sluaigh sin | buaidh n-ionnmhuis ar bhar n-éigsibh, Magauran MS. p. 34 § 35 (quoted in Aithd.D. Vocab. s.v. ionnlas ). tug a ghrádh uile don iomlas (MSS. have ionnlach, ? leg. ionnlas) | fa duine lán d'ionnmhas é, A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 4. ionnlus, indlus ` increase; such as milk, butter, the growth in flesh and value ,' O'Don. Suppl.

indluiged

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Forms: indluigthe

n u, m. cf. in-dloing. a schism: n p. is triasin Scrib- tuir noib díchuirther irse ocus indluigthe ond eclais, MSS. Mat. 613.25 .

indluigthech

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Forms: hindligthig

adj o, ā (indluiged). As subst. a schismatic: n p. na hindligthig dluigit sith ┐ rethinche na heclaisi noime `schismaticos unitatem ecclesiae scindentes,' PH 4586.

indluigthid

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Forms: indlaigthide, indligthide

n i,m. a schismatic: g p. iar ndichur uathi Iúdaide ┐ indlaigthide, eritecda ┐ brathri togaethach `schis- maticis ... dimissis,' PH 6814. v p. a Iúdaide, a gentlide, a eretecdu, a indligthide , 4589 .

? indluing :

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ind ┐ indluing | cena ingreim, IT iii 76 § 40 =┐ idlaing | gan ingreim, v.l.

indlúith

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adj i (4 in-+dlúith) not firm, insecure: don c[h]omairci uilc indlūith `through the evil, insecure safeguard,' BColm. 90.8 .

indmaid

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x see ind-aim.

indmas, indbas

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Forms: in- musae, indmais, indmais, indmusa, ionn- mhusa, indmuis, innmassa, inmass

n u, m. later o, m. (indeb). g s. in- musae, ZCP iii 451.21 . ? indmais, Bruchst. § 129. indmais, PH 4391. indmusa, Laws v 28.11 Comm. PH 51. ionn- mhusa, TSh. 7693. indmuis, St. Ercuil 1225. n p. innmassa, LU 384 (ACC). g p. inmass, CRR § 27. See IGT Decl. § 38.19 .

wealth, treasure, goods (as against landed property) : diuicie (leg. diuitiae) inmusa, Ir. Gl. 333. ar indbas (gl. ar díbad), Thes. ii 327.41 . ar feb ocus innbas, IT i 142.1 . atbath ar tonn indmais (v.l. innabais) `unsere Woge des Reichtums ist untergegangen,' Bruchst. § 129. iadais a tech fair fén ocus fora uli i.¤ , Thr. Hom. 18.28 . indmass domuin dotrega, SR 3343. cot'uli i.¤ `cum omnibus quae habetis,' Lat. Lives 71.7 . sruth ān na heicsi uadsum do cách, ocus sruth set ocus indmusa cach dosum (etymo- logical explanation of the term ánrad), Laws v 28.11 Comm. Mamon ainm in demain is airchindech for indmassaib int ṡaegail, RC ii 386.4 . ni ḟil nech is lia seóit ┐ móine ┐ indmassa andú-sa, TBC 60. tainicc docum ind innim- thighi a raibhi innmus na Rómhánach `the Treasury wherein was the wealth,' CCath. 1512. ni baí dano innmas laiss ┐ baí ferand, LL 167a53 . seacht asa midithar duine: cruth ocus cenel, tir ocus trebadh, dán ocus indbus ocus innrucus, Mann. and Cust. iii 522.17 . ionnmhas ollaimh onoir ríogh, Ériu viii 89.203 . ionmhus spioradálta na hEagluise `the spiritual Treasure of the Church,' Donlevy 42.11 . giodh be ball iona bfuil bhur n-ionnmhas, is ann sin bhias bhur gcroidhe, Matth. vi 21. ionann saith agus ionnmhas, Keat. i 118.87 .

? To this: eag agus ionmhus Chathail ... rígh Connacht transltd. `life and times of ...,' Kilk. Arch. Soc. ii 336.1 .

indmasach

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adj o, ā (indmas) rich, productive: innmusach cech dán maith `every good art produces wealth,' Tec. Corm. § 15.38 . gur móirionnmhasach Ulaidh do thaoibh éisg ┐ spréidhe, Keat. i 118.86 .

indmat

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Forms: indmat, ionnmad, indmad, indmut

vn. of ind-aim. n s. indmat, Ml. 126c16 . ionnmad, BNnÉ 188.y . d s. d'indmad , Fél.² lxxxix 19. oc indmut , LL 281b11 . Cf. indlat.

act of washing the hands or feet: māt .i. lāmh unde indmat .i. ind na lām negar and, Corm. Y 943. mat .i. lámh. as uadha sin a deirthear ionmmat .i. ionn na lámh, mar atá an crobh nighthear an tan adearar ionnmad, O'Cl. s.v. mat. indmat a washing in: amal immefolngi didnad du neuch i.¤ a chos a findchoriu `as consolation is caused to a man by washing his feet from (leg. in) a water pot,' Ml. 126c16 . oc indmut a lám assin tṡruth, LL 281b11 . i.¤ lam iar n-imbirt aibne `to wash their hands after plying the scourge,' Mon. Tall. 143.27 . aurslucud les, fothugud fes, fodhail deine, ōsaic, inmad, adhlaic uile, tech, trebh, teine, Arch. iii 296 § 40. a gabhail ind-uisce occ i.¤ do lámh (of a prayer), ZCP i 456.6 . d'innmad chos na clam, LB 228 marg. sup.

By extension, of washing the face: ingen Foraind oc indmad a haigthi ┐ a gnúsi icon tsruth, LB 117a14 .