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 .

indme

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Forms: in(n)me, inbe, inmhe, innmheadh, inmhe

n [io,n.] later f. (indeb). Also in(n)me, inbe. g s. inmhe, ALC i 264.8 . BNnÉ 266.7 . But: innmheadh, Oss. vi 116.17 . See inmhe, IGT Decl. § 1.

wealth, heritage; state, rank, condition: buas .i. innbea, O'Dav. 204. inmhe ag annoit `the wealth (of the abbacy) is with an annoit-church,' Laws iii 74.8 Comm. da mad hí ingen in iarla bes agud, ní bia inme bus mó nan iarlocht agud, ZCP vi 63.11 . truagh gan tusa im inmhe-si | is meisi im chléirech chrábaidh `in my place,' Buile Ṡ. 134.13 . adhbhar righ Erenn do thuitim amluid sin ar belaibh a inmhe (of one slain while preparing to seize sovereignty), ALC i 264.8 . im cathraigh inmhe ┐ aird-espuccoidechta (Maedóc speaks of Ferns), BNnÉ 266.7 . ní mairg ḟoil san inmhe a ttáoi | gurab fáoi soin imre é, IGT Decl. ex. 12. dá dtugtha t'óidh don inmhe, DDána 116 § 18. go ndeach an eachtra i n-inmhe `till his enterprise attain success,' Aithd.D. 8 § 24. glóir mar th' innmhe ó Dhia fa dheireadh, Dán Dé xii 16. bean dar gealladh inmhe ard (of the Blessed Virgin), A. Ó Dálaigh viii 10. aoibinn t'innmhe ... | don eing éignig oirdiorcaig `thine actual share of [Ireland's] ... domain,' O'Gr. Cat. 459.9. ó do ghabhais inmhe since you came into your heritage, Maguires of F. § 20. nár fhágaibh a athair acht sochar na n-ealadhan agus na n-ilbheurla mar inmhe aige `as a portion,' Keat. i 230.83 . dá mhéid ... neart ┐ innmhe shaoghalta bhíos aca, TSh. 3500. a sdaid nó a n-inmhe naomhtha an Pósaidh, Carswell 153.y . ar Ros ┐ ar an chuid oile da inbhe, Rel. Celt. ii 160.33 .

cenn indme goal, object of ambition: cenn innme gach énfhir dín | ferann i bfochair áirdríg, O'Gr. Cat. 475.31. contrárdha dá cheile atá ceann innmhe an díomsaigh ┐ an umhail, TSh. 8147.

i n-indme likely to, capable of: ionnas gu rabhadar a n-innmhe a mbáidhte, Luke v 7. See Dinneen s.v. inmhe .

Cf. inmechus.

ind-midethar

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Forms: inromastar

v is zealous for, devotes oneself to: subj. pres. s. 3 air ét inna fīrinne is dūal inromastar a tēchta `denn es geziemt sich, dass man sich dem Eifer für die Wahrheit in gehöriger Weise hingebe,' ZCP iii 451.5 (transltd. xiii 54 ). Vn. indmus, q.v.

1 indmus

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Forms: inmusa, indmais

n u, later o, m. vn. of ind-midethar. g s. inmusa. ZCP iii 450.8 , but: indmais, vii 298.15 . zeal, ardour, devo- tion: innmus .i. in-amus, Corm. Y 737. innmus ┐ ecna ┐ fīretla is himmalle rodosaig duine `Hingabe (Eifer) und Weisheit und wahre Frömmigkeit, der Mensch erreicht sie zusammen,' ZCP iii 451.12 (transltd. xiii 54 ). nēuit ┐ caillti a fail inmusa, 450.8 . cubus lobar, bec n-indmais, vii 298.15 . áini co n-innmus, iii 447.4 .

2 indmus

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x see indmas.

indna

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x see idna.

indnaide

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Forms: idnaide, indnide, ínnaide, idhnaidhi, indnidiu, n-idhnuighi, n-idnaide

n io,n. Also idnaide. vn. of ind-nëat. n s. indnide, Wb. 4a19 . a s. trissan ínnaide , Ml. 42c23 . g s. idhnaidhi, O'D. 2302 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 29d ). d s. indnidiu, Wb. 23b27 . i n-idhnuighi , Laws i 288.20 Comm.

(a) act of waiting, awaiting; expectation: iodnaidhe .i. fuireach, no comhnaidhe, O'Cl. iarsind indnidiu araneutsa `according to the expectation wherewith I expect,' Wb. 23b27 . combad ainmn[etich] oc indn[idiu] laithi [brá]th[a], 26b7 . in indnaide gl. in expectationem, Ml. 42c22 . slógad hi crích i medón fri i.¤ slógid tairse, Críth Gabl. 511. iar fius, iar n-apudh iar n-idhnuighe dligid after lawful waiting, O'D. 128 (< H 3. 17, col. 106 ). idnuidhe fia fiadnuib waiting in the presence of witnesses, O'D. 115 (< H 3. 17, col. 92 ) = idnaidiu fiad fiadnaisib, Laws i 256.22 . indnide mbrithe `expectation of judgment,' Ériu vii 154.8 . cían lim-sa di ṡodain a mathair ... ni biu-sa oca idnaide, TBC 882. mithigh omhan indnaidhe treasa luain láithe brátha time to dread the expectation of the conflict, FM ii 618.15 .

Gen. used attributively: coibce doberar don mnai nad hurnaidenn gu dligthech .i. in t-urnaidm n-idnaide, no in t-urnaidm ar adhall the enduring contract ..., Laws v 216.15 Comm. aes idhnaidhi the liers in wait (in hunting), O'D. 2302 (< Rawl. B 506, fo. 29d ). maith a eidhnech iodhnaidhe `good its enduring ivy-trees,' Buile S. 70.17 .

(b) act of detaining ? : is la tir frisa suiditer dlegár a to .x. aidhe, a n-idnaide, a mbiadhad (of strangers coming ashore), Laws i 128.16 Comm.

indnaigid

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x see indsaigid.

ind-nëat

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Forms: i(n)dnaidid, ind-nëat, inneuth, adneot, risan-idnaidem-ni, adnaidead, indnadad, indnaidid, indnais, ni-sn-idnus, nachass-idnaidib-sa, -idnaidiub, adroneestar, adroneestar

v (see Bergin, Ériu x 111 ) (ad- alternates with ind- in pre-tonic position). In Mid. Ir. a weak denominative verb, i(n)dnaidid, derived from the vn. replaces ind-nëat. indic. pres. s 1 inneuth, Thes. ii 42.11 . adneot, IT iii 51.21 . p. 1 risan-idnaidem-ni, TBC 4932. p. 3 adnaidead, RC xxvi 136.20 . ipv. s. 2 (deponent) indnite, Wb. 10a21 . s. 3 indnadad, Wb. 11d14 . p. 2 indnaidid, LU 5414. subj. pres. s. 2 (jussive) ni indnais , ZCP xiii 280.15 . fut. s. 1 ni-sn-idnus, TBC² 3103. nachass-idnaidib-sa, TBC 5016. -idnaidiub, 4938 . pret. perf. s. 1 adroneestar, Wb. 4c35 .

Trans. and intrans. waits, awaits, stays, endures: ce choníis cor do sétche uait níiscoirther act indnite dús im comchétbuid dúib `but wait to see if ye can agree,' Wb. 10a21 . indnadad cách a chéle gl. inuicem expectate, 11d14 . adroneestar (gl. sustenuit) `He has endured,' 4c35 . inneuth ł fortugim gl. operio (through confusion with opperior), Thes. ii 42.11 . indnaidid sund co tísa asind fid, LU 5414. nisnidnus sund nī bus sīriu, TBC² 3103. ni antu, ni indnais fort lepuidh dianot-erruis `verweile nicht, warte nicht auf deinem Bett, wenn du aufstehst,' ZCP xiii 280.15 . cid risan- idnaidem-ni so iter ? Anmáit-ni rit maccaib-siu, TBC 4932. adnaidead co ceann tri la ┐ tri n-aidche, RC xxvi 136.20 . Vn. indnaide, q.v.