indredach

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Forms: indradach, innredhach

adj (indred) o, ā given to invading or plundering, aggressive: ba-sa i.¤ i mbsa fichtech, Tec. Corm. § 8.7 . Ériu indradach `of the forays,' Met. Dinds. i 14.2 . robi in rigi ... inridach airgneach, Cog. 100.28 . ionradhach .i. oirg- neach no creachach, O'Cl.

As subst. Eoan do-Chuirt innredhach ceall Erenn ┐ tuath ` destroyer ,' AU ii 242.25 .

ind-reith

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Forms: indir-, indred-, indrad-, indraith-, inréith, inreith, inré, ním- indrisit, -set, inrestais, -inré, inrorad-su, inroraid, ro-innraith, in- rorthetar, ro-inraetar, indraither, indrisse, indrissi, indrid, innres, indrit, n-ionnrar, no-ínrifed, indeir, ros- indre, -inder, indrastair, ra-tas-indrisem, ro-indirset, innrudar, innredset, iondradhset, ionnrattar, n-innrether, -indraithfither, hindredh, indertha, in- reith, inroraid, inré, inndrisib

v In Mid. and Mod. Ir. generally treated like an i- verb with stem indir-. Occasionally the stem is indred-, indrad- or indraith-. indic. pres. s. 3 inréith, inreith, Ml. 48d3 , 19d13 . subj. pres. s. 3 inré, Ml. 134d1 . p. 3 ním- indrisit, ZCP vi 258.7 (leg. -set). subj. past p. 3 inrestais, Ml. 37d1 . fut. s. 3 -inré, 113a7 . pret. s. 2 inrorad-su, 84c2 . s. 3 inroraid, 66d21 . ro-innraith, ZCP vi 104.2 . p. 3 in- rorthetar, Ml. 104b8 . ro-inraetar, Anecd. iii 67.z . ? Pass. indic. pres. s. indraither, ZCP xii 401.13 . Part. indrisse, Ml. 18c14 . Verb. necess. indrissi (gl. peruadendas), 127b15 .

Mid. Ir. indrid i and other stems, see above : indic. pres. s. rel. innres, CCath. 2610. p. 3 indrit, RC iii 346.14 . subj. pres. s. 1 go n-ionnrar , CRR² 8. sec. fut. s. 3 no-ínrifed, TTr.² 420. pret. s. 3 ro indeir , TBC p. 673 n. 11 . ? ros- indre (? leg. -inder), SR 5607. cor indrastair , RC xviii 16.8 . p. 1 ra-tas-indrisem, TBC 5697. p. 3 ro-indirset, Anecd. ii 15.14 . do innrudar , RC x 181.5 . ro innredset , Lism. L. 1924. ro iondradhset , FM ii 634.x . ro ionnrattar , 628.4 . Pass. subj. pres. s. dia n-innrether , O'C. 2629 (< Eg. 88, fo. 53d ). fut. s. -indraithfither, Aisl. MC 77.3 . pret. s. ro hindredh , Cog. 4.20 . p. ro indertha , TBC p. 673 n. 11 .

invades, overruns, lays waste, devastates, plunders: in- reith gl. adgreditur, Ml. 19d13 . inroraid gl. uastauit, 66d21 . inré gl. inuadet, 113a7 . dunaib huilib indirsib (gl. (omnibus peccandi amore) peruasis) .i. inrorthatar for chosmailius assar `to all the pervaded, i.e. who raided after the fashion of the Assyrians,' 35a21 . an inroradsu (gl. adgresus), 84c2 . macc Ciss ó ragab ríge | ro bris for mór n-ilmile, | ros-indre iar coscur glé, | dorigne coscur n-aile, SR 5607. ro indertha far muinter cotici Dun Sobairce, TBC p. 673 n. 11 . ro aircc ┐ ro indeir Medb et Oilioll sib, ib. roinraetar Inis Bretan uili, ┐ doratsat fo gein cloidem ┐ gae a daine, Anecd. iii 67.z . innrether dia n-innrether dia nestar (leg. do-nestar) dia ndinnsithear (i.e. if (one) is attacked, (the other) is also attacked), O'C. 2629 (< Eg. 88, fo. 53d ). cf. O'D. 2210. sochaide no-ínrifed in Trói ┐ nos-millfed, TTr.² 420. gur loisgeadh ┐ gur hionradh a ndún, Ériu i 78 § 3. inni dis- cailes cach ndaingean ┐ innres gach n-inill .i. in gorta, CCath. 2610. i n-indraithfither do dulas `where thy melancholy will be attacked,' Aisl. MC 77.3 . ro inretar formor Midi leis, Cog. 146.21 . sluagad la Brian i lLaighniu, co ro innir `which he devastated,' AU i 504.15 . cor' indridh ... o Shin- aind co muir etir cella ┐ tuatha, 358.3 . ro indirset an long- port etir daoine ┐ maoine, FM i 480.z . co ros indrastair ┐ tucc a mbuar, ii 788.4 . ? Part. used as subst. co forcingi d'inndrisib that thou mayst go forth to raids ?, LL 119b27 .

fights (successfully) ?: ro hinred cath (do-sraineadh cath, v.l.) for Ugaire `a defeat in battle was given to U.', Cog. 46.1 (? or leg. himred).

indrem, indram

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vn. of *ind-rími. [Orig. ā, f. (cf. tinnrem)]. Later m. IGT Decl. § 28.

I

(a) performance, attainment ? : ro bui écutrumus mór ... iter ord a flaithiusa ┐ indram a n-aicenta ┐ a n-aíssi achievement (?) (of Caesar and Pompey), CCath. 326. Gai- leoin d'ionram a ngaile (glossed : ag friothailem goile ┐ gaisccidh), Leb. Gab. 124.10 . do-nídh innradha oidhche | innramha rígh rofhoirbhthe, IGT Decl. ex. 868.

(b) act of directing ; guidance, direction, course: decair innremh na hóige, Ériu viii 86.122 . cat in stiurad nó in tinrum (ca hindrum, gá hindramh, v.ll.) doberisi ..., a Chor- maic ... ar Goll ar Ḟiannaib Eirenn anossa ?, Acall. 5279. cuid dod thréd gan innremh orra, Studies 1922, 585 § 5 . d'iomad sgéal n-iongnadh orra | do-ghéan mh'ionn- ramh eatorra, DDána 23 § 13. triall dar n-ionnramh i n-aimsir na fíorghoimhe, Aithd.D. 55 § 8. turus na slat súairc an t-innreamh | fa cúairt mac is inghen é, IGT Decl. ex. 870. tug a éag i gcōmhnaidhe | mhé gan ionnramh chóig gcéadfadh, Measgra D. 62.28 . cos Éamuinn le hionn- ramh n-each, Hackett liv 13.

(c) beginning, origin: innriomh .i. tinnsgeadal, O'Cl. is andsin tainic ar menmain do Stait ... bunadhindruim na Tiabanta indus rocinset o Caithim, TTebe 9 .

II

(a) act of serving, service: ar do ríge ..: ar th'innram `by the service to which thou art entitled,' Aisl. MC 55.18 . iar n-indrum (indradh, indrom, innrim, v.ll.) tige Temrach `after serving the house of T.', Met. Dinds. i 26.180 . na dáoine dar dhúal ar n-ionramh, Studies 1919, 72 § 1 . do-chím sibh gan fhear dot ionnramh (to a monastery), DDána 122 § 2. Goill is mac Meic Diarmada | —mór d'éintír ionn- ramh a n-olc, 92 § 10. déun ionnramh aireach `keep watch- ful service,' KMMisc. 248.17 .

(b) treatment ; condition, state ; fate: is amlaid ro aisneid ┐ is amlaid ro taispenad inn innram sin, CCath. p. 82 n. 5 . mairg thrá nach tiobhradh dá aoidh | ionramh na mná is a macaoimh, DDána 37 § 12. mar tharla a díol d'ionn- ramh air, Aithd.D. 25 § 22. ionnramh mh'anman eagail liom `I fear for the fate of my soul,' Dán Dé xxx 3.

(c) flux, discharge ? : an lucht ar a mbid innrum coilerda, ni dlegar a cur a fothragadh, RC xlix 47.15 . da ti sgethrach no inrum no fuil srona no allus a cenn causoin, co leigestar an causon uadha, 53.4 .

? ité indrema a cendaile fil fri Crossa Brenaind `those are the tokens (?) of their head-spoils,' Ériu vi 149.66 .

inindraig, indrige

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(3 in- + indrach, Bretha 55 )

a wound requiring a tent: sē sēoit cacha hininnraige oca recar lega less 'six sēoit for every bandage-wound for which a leech is required' Bretha 14 . int ininnraig 'the bandage-wound' 28 § 10.3 . .i. tarrastar .ui. seoit ann isin nininnraig .ui. set 'let six séoit be procured for the bandage-wound [carrying a penalty] of six séoit ' 38 § 28.6 . in ime frisin ninindraig 'the fence [prop?] against the bandage-wound' Ériu xii 132 . d'aithne cneadh andso ocus ar dus d'aithne in innrighi 6 sed .i. co tic de cuairt an tricha ced do thobairt ┐ a innrach ann, O'C. 304 - 5 (< H 3. 18, p. 167 )= O'C. 1825 (< 23 Q 6, p. 47a ). tri ba is innraidhi edroim ; tri ba co leith isin n-innraidhi oll three cows for a light wound requiring a tent ..., O'C. 293 (< H 3. 18, p. 161 ). lan eneaclann da croslighi (sic) bais .. trian eneaclann a n-innraighi oll, O'C. 294 (<ib. p. 161).

indrigtheóir

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n (ind-reith) : i.¤ ┐ aircctheóir na ccoiccrioch ` preyer and plunderer,' FM vi 2218.z .

indrisse

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x see ind-reith.

indrocht

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adj ` obscure, dark' : i.¤ .i. nemfollus, ut est indrocht fír fonemaid fiadain .i. is nemfollus in firinne, no gach fir na dénat fiadhain, O'Dav. 1142. Cf. ardracht .i. solus, ib. 7 . ardracht .i. ardḟollus, Thes. ii 419.144 (< H 4. 22, p. 61 ). But cf. also : drocht gach dubh, drocht gach dorcha, Met. Gl. p. 11 § 11. ? = andracht, Contribb. Add.

indron

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adj (4 in- + dron) feeble, weak: graibnid in slóg íar Maig Mon, | cluche n-álaind, nad indron, Im. Brain § 23.

indros

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Forms: indroiss

n (1 ros) g s. bíd cú allaid cech indroiss `he will be a wolf of every great forest ,' Im. Brain § 53.

1 indrosc

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Forms: ionnrosg

n (<ind-ro-sech, acc. to Ped. § 814 Anm.)

(a) a word, a saying: i.¤ .i. ind-ārosc .i. ārosc dā ind brēithre, Corm. Y 747. ionnrosg .i. inn árasg .i. árasg ainm breithre, O'Cl. ionnrosg `a word, term or part of speech ,' O'R. ionn- rosc .i. briathar `a word or expression ,' P. O'C.

(b) a request, demand, wish: dobertatar a tri rindroisc di ... `Is mo inrasc-sa ém' ol sí `faithchi Chaisil ... do glanad,' Ériu iii 138.94 . `mo indrosc dam !' ol Cormac. `Dobērthar,' ar in rechtairi, ZCP viii 311.26 . mo t[h]ri indrosc dam-sa ! ... it he mo thri indroscc, RC xi 450. 124 - 6 .

Cf. 2 rosc.

2 indrosc

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adj uncertain ? : i.¤ .i. indeimín. No com[b]ad ainm do dire, ut est beitisium iarsund aithgin cin indrosc [in marg. .i. cin ní bes mo] .i. biadh doibsium iarsin ngnimsa aithghin a seoit ci[n] dire no cin indeimne, O'Dav. 1093.