indraicech, indracach

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Forms: ionnracaigh

adj o, ā (indraic) upright, worthy: co craibteach ionruigeach, BNnÉ i 165 n. 3 (=hionnruic, text). As subst. o, m. anam an ionnracaigh , TSh. 9010.

indraicigidir

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Forms: inraiccaigther

v (indraic) thinks fit, deigns: subj. pres. s. 2 maní inraiccaigther són gl. si dedigneris, Ml. 103a8 .

indraicthi

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Forms: innraithidh

adj (indraic) competent, qualified to perform certain legal functions: airechtach .i. innraigthi, ut est ni bi airech- tach ae muna (sic leg.) faitach eola .i. nirbat innraigthi iman áe mana roibh fath is dech acat im eolus `... thou wouldst not be competent for the lawsuit ...,' O'Dav. 134. is rechtaid cach for a deis fodeisin ... .i. is indraicthi cach ar a ferann no ar a ceilib, Laws i 230.18 Comm. = innraithidh, O'C. 2687 (< Eg. 88, fo. 58d ). ba rachtaigh criche .i. ... rob indrigti for in crich `she was entitled justly to the land,' Laws iv 18.5 Comm. [n]i ba aurracht uchae munub faitiuch cach aesa .i. nocha n-innruighi é ..., ii 88.14 Comm.

? To this: cáin domnaig ... mallacht cech óin choillfes conab inraigthi seo complete ? fulfilled ?, LB 203b51 .

indraide

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x see indred (b).

indráigne

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n detriment, loss: ni i.¤ dúib cininfil lib gl. in nullo detrimentum patiemini ex nobis, Wb. 16b9 . Probably the same word as indráithne.

indráithne, indráichne

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Forms: ionráin

n f. act of inspecting, taking stock of, making a reckoning of, accounting for (see O'Rahilly, Sc. G. St. i 29 ) : d'airem a n-esbadh agus do comáirem a cos- cair, d'indraichne a n-uaisledh agus do cur súla tar a saor- clandaib, Caithr. Thoirdh. 117.29 . ag tegasg a tosaigh, agus ag dídean a ndeirid ... agus ag timcellad a tinóil, agus ag indraitne a nóg, 132.14 . ní rangas a les eallach d'ionnraithne ná doras do dhruid `to place watchmen over cattle,' FM v 1686.13 . i ló na hionráithne `on the Day of Judgment,' Studies 1932, 577.10 . ar n-ionráithne na n-anam `after the souls' judgment,' PBocht 25 § 33. laoich ag ionn- ráithne a n-arm, TD 4 § 31. ní uair cách a gcombráithre | uaibh san áth re n-ionnráithne, Aithd. D. i 20 § 23. tug bean ar n-ionnráithne a heallaigh | iolgháirthe ar feadh theallaigh Tháil, ii 234.26 . iolgháirthe gan méid do mhair | ná léig ionnráithne a n-easbhaidh, IGT Decl. ex. 1983. na hilgáirthi don táob thall | gláodh na hi.¤ agam, ex. 203 . Later ionráin : air inneall agus air ionráin m'arm, ITS xxiv 20.15 . gabhas L. aig ionráin agus aig inneall na n-arm, ib. 2.23 .

1 indrech

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n ā, f. ? : baiscil .i. obann, ut est mac doronad in indreich mna baiscil .i. in mac dorona[d] resin mnaoi baoith co hobann, O'Dav. 240. cf. drech .i. baoth, Corm. s.v. merdrech ; also duine daer, O'C. 633 (< H 3. 18, p. 306 ) = duine drech, O'C. 1431 (< H 3.18, p. 641 ).

? 2 indrech :

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n in[d]rech .i. eric, ut est indrech n-aigthe uin[ge] ` penalty ,' O'Dav. 1081. Or read : i ndrech n-aigthe for (injury to) the surface of the face ...?

indrecht

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n n. (? 2 recht) attack ? : ninles cach n-innradh .i. is indilis cach n-indrecht, O'C. 472 (< H 3. 18, p. 247 ). co tēd ēcc ernbais fria fīanai fortrēnai di rinnib rogargaip in-indrechtoib Clūana, ZCP ix 450.24 .

indrechtán

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Forms: innreachtan, indrechtāin, n-indrechtāna

n o,n. a pudding, a sausage: innreachtan .i. putóg, O'Cl. g s. meic indrechtāin lánméith, Aisl. MC 33.19 . n p. nōi n-indrechtāna finda fichet do indrechtānu bó bán- méthi, 89.26 - 27 .

indred

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Forms: n-indred, indred, indradh, indrath, inruth, ionradh, indrid, indriud, n-inred, innreda, inratha, indredaib, innarthaib, hindrib

n o,n. vn. of ind-reith. n s. á n-indred , Ml. 102a21 . indred n-indligthech, Críth Gabl. 565. indradh, indrath, Laws iv 102.5 Comm. (see Hessen, ZCP x 322 ). inruth, Mon. Tall. 164.22 . ionradh, Ériu i 103.6 . g s. indrid, Ml. 27a1 . d s. oc indriud , Ml. 53a17 . dia n-inred , SR 5736. n p. innreda, AU i 278.15 . inratha, Ériu vii 152.26 . d p. arnaib indredaib , Ml. 67c4 . fo innarthaib , SR 6266. icna hindrib , Alex. 442. See IGT Decl. § 28.8 .

(a) incursion, foray, act of invading, laying waste, devas- tating, spoiling: indrud .i. orguin, O'Dav. 1129. indread .i. riad n-ind, O'Mulc. 738. i.¤ gl. uastatio, Ml. 43d25 . ind ind- rid naimtidi gl. hostilis uastationis, 27a1 . don popul assardu roboi oc indriud macc n-Israhel, 53a17 . arnaib indredaib gl. pro uagationibus (hostium), 67c4 . ar thúaith asidluí oco[a] n-indriud, Críth Gabl. 560. raith ar indru[d] etechtu, Laws v 224.6 . ma doberthe inruth `if an attack should be made,' Mon. Tall. 164.22 . indredh nUlad la hAedh mac Neill, AU i 294.15 . innreda mara doaib eitir Erinn ┐ Albain `great devastations,' 278.15 . dia n-inred is dia n-argain, SR 5736. is ed gabsait, seach Huisneach Mide co n-acus íar sin a n-indread anair ┐ aníar ... ┐ rop nem thened tír Húa Néill immi, BDD² 238. tintaí Medb aitheruch atúaid ó ro an cóicthiges oc inriud in chóicid, LU 5821. argain ┐ innrad do dēnum ... ar búar ┐ ar brughadhuib in tíri, Fianaig. 72.14 . atát oc i.¤ ind ḟeóir, LL 27a48 . demun 'cot áidmilliud ocus 'cot indrud fri ré trī lethbliadan `des- troying and ravaging thee,' Aisl. MC 61.6 . amal saga ... leoman ... ac inred alma ┐ indili, TTebe 1889 . atchúas do Lámhedhón inredh na cathrach, TTr.² 160. óige ríogh nGaoidhiol nír gheis | etorra is ionnradh flaithis, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 167.26 . innradha oidhche, IGT Decl. ex. 868. ? féagh an t-innridh (: inghin) eatarra `lo ! they quarrel !,' A. Ó Dálaigh l 22. co tibhredh an serpens ... indrudh saeghail do `a murderous onslaught,' St. Ercuil 251.

Fig. pulling at, tearing: dobai co hudmall anshadail ... ag ínred a aichthi agus a édaig `tearing at his face and his raiment,' TTebe 93 0.

(b) In general, injury, wrong, disadvantage: indrud .i. olc, O'Dav. 1129. The form indraide Thurneysen, ( Bürgsch. 48 n. 4 ) believes to be a mis-writing of indrud influenced by tinnruide, q.v.: slan ngill dobeir indraide eitechta `that involves unjust evil,' Laws v 178.7 =indruth etechtu, O'D. 1169 (< H 2. 15, p. 43b ) =slan ngill do beir indrud. slan raithe do beir etechta, O'C. 1229 (< H 3. 18, p. 493 ). is mo torbud na cor-si oldas a n-innruidiu, Laws v 286.2 , glossed : is mo torbu a maithesa sein oldas tindriud a n-uilc, 288.26 .