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.

indrud

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n see indred.

ind-saig ?

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Forms: a-tob-segat, insegar, ind- saigid, innsaigid, ind-asaig, a-tob-segat, insegar, innaigid

v indic. pres. p. 3 a-tob-segat, Wb. 14d37 . Pass. indic. pres. s. insegar, Laws iv 378.10 Comm. Later ind- saigid, innsaigid i. In Laws frequently glosses saigid.

Meyer, Wortkunde § 130 and ZCP xviii 336 § 805 (6) , believes the 3 sg. of this vb. to have been ind-asaig (cf. in-asaig). If so, a-tob-segat above belongs to ad-saig- and insegar is a later analogical form. Pedersen (ii 608 (6) ) believes the -s- of the vn. to be a restoration, the regular form being innaigid (see indsaigid).

(a) approaches, goes to, reaches, advances, advances upon, attacks: chosmili frisna preceptori atobsegatsi ar timchell- ni `like the preachers who go to you behind our backs,' Wb. 14d37 . nach tuidme .i. nach indsaigidh indsaiges neach da chois cuigi sia sa sia uada he every advance that anyone makes, O'D. 1008 (< H 2. 15 , p. 15b ). indseogat let co breithemain dá fis cindas icfait they shall proceed to ..., Laws iii 446.23 Comm. maní ro indsaige siad i cric eile unless they pass into another territory (of bees), iv 190.2 Comm. ind oired ro índsaighes guth in cluig as far as the sound of the bell reaches 194.6 Comm. muna indsaidhe in fer ut ani is oman lais, v 188.22 Comm. in tesbach ... for ar indsaig amach `the idler upon whom she charged out,' iii 228.22 Comm. cidh bithbinach in bo ┐ cid fri torbu indsaigius, v 154.2 Comm. rogab Nath Í ... Herind ┐ ro insaig co Slíab nElpa, LU 2784. ro indsaig ... co Mael- ruain, Fél. 12.1 . in[n]saig in laech n-ucut, nan-iarfaig moa chrích ┐ moa genél, RC xiv 404 § 11. no go ccomhraicit fir Erionn ar galaibh óinfir fris, ni ionnsochatsa (= ni ricub- sa, text), TBC p. 419 n. 1 . ind aband úar ronindsaig `the cold river that ran down to it,' Met. Dinds. iii 168.12 . cinnus ... no innsaigfead a munter how he would reach his people, CCath. 2620. se nechi ... triasa n-insaigther iffernd `hell is attained,' RC iv 248 § 12. indsaighis cach a chele dibh ... mar dha leoman, Ériu iii 170.22 . dia fhaicet ... gním maith i nduine, fácbait sin cen luad ┐ indsaigit cech locht ... dia fhaicet ínntib, PH 7679. ro hairgedh trā sin ┐ ro hinnsaiged ┐ ro lomad, ML² 1128. ionnsaigh magh na múr sona | gabh go dún Í Dhonnchadha, DDána 66 § 15. do ionnsaidh Ruaidhrí rí Éireann | go hÁth Cliath i gcoinne Gall, Aithd.D. 38 § 23.

(b) causes to advance, drives, brings in: comlūath e ┐ int ech innṡaighther isin āenach, Anecd. v 25 n. 14 . oin in eich indsaigter for bla `the loan of the horse which is driven over a fair-green' (gl. oin eic agar for bla), Laws v 280.21 Comm. amail bid iat a cethra bodein ro indsaiged ind, 468.17 Comm. ni saig orba .i. noco n-indsaigter isin ferann ... in mac donither i ndorcaidetu `shall not be brought into the land,' 452.y Comm.

(c) puts forward, advances (a suggestion) (in the Laws -ch (= Lat. -que) is always glossed seichim no indsaigim) : noco seicim no indsaigim nach breth berar dun eclais `I maintain or advance, that every judgment which is given to the church ...,' Laws v 10.15 Comm. (gl. nach breat ecalsa dochuisin). seichim no indsaigim co fuilet tri seoit uada, i 102.15 Comm. (gl. noch fil tri seota). sech is tu do ren a fiachu .i. seichim no indsaigim cona thu ícas a fiacha iar mbás, O'D. 2033 (< Rawl. 487, fo. 54b ). madia n-innsaidhter ae fogra apaidh do beth ann if it be maintained ?, Laws i 284.34 Comm. ma ro sasar urfogra .i. madia n-innsaidhther ai fogra apa do tabhairt air, 284.39 Comm. noca ro ind- sighther ai fogra apa ar in cach is faonligach ag na bi arus the right to notice is not maintained, 284.31 Comm.

(d) seeks, demands, claims, seeks out: innsaigther eiric in cach fuil `wergild is sought for every wound' (gl. sechta cach fuil), BCrólige § 64 n. 6 . insaidhter in adhḟoirithin uais otrusa so sis d'uasal-fodhnum do gac duine arna uasal-tsloinnedh don breitemuin (gl. segar slicht otrus[a] : urgnaiter), Ériu · xii 80. n. 1 . saigid dire .i. indsaighid enecland ..., O'D. 1013 (< H 2. 15, p. 17a ). cid ar na segat cuicthe .i. cid nach anadh cuicthi ... indsaigter orra why is it not a stay of 5 days that is sought of them ?, Laws i 236.21 Comm. caidi in eneclann ro indsaigter isna cnedaib ?, iii 536.2 Comm. dia sasar .i. dia n-indsaigi tu lan breithemnuis na senchad, is ed sin dogeba acu `if thou approach the entire judgments of the antiquarians,' v 458.18 Comm. īar sin insaigis Cīr cain | rīge for feraib domuin, ZCP iii 19.27 . nā hinguib, nā hindsaig ágh do not avoid, do not provoke a quarrel, vi 272 § 10 . conna fedadar ceta inada inilli no indsechtais, CCath. 777. fer ro ionnsaigh Erind uile `a man who had aimed at [the sovereignty of] all Ireland,' FM ii 1162.14 .

(e) sues, prosecutes: atait teora aimseara inseagair éidechta la feine .i. ... í n-indsaigenn nech ní is indligthech do denam three occasions on which illegalities are prosecuted, Laws iv 32.3 , 8 . da n-indsaigi se an feichem toicheda tairis sin, v 310.20 Comm. ar ni seadar .i. uair nocon indsaigthi do neoch ... in ní nar eraluaiged do dul, iv 34.24 Comm.

(f) enforces: masa gó-nascairecht ro indsaidh air if it be a false suretyship he is enforcing upon him, Laws v 148.18 Comm. in ní for a n-indsoigenn a cuma nascairecht ... .i. a cuíceal ocus a cirbolg, iv 10.25 Comm.

indsaigid, innaigid

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Forms: in- naigid, indsaigid, innsaige, n-innsaidhthe, n-innsaighi, hionnsaighthi, innaigid, innsaigid, indnaigid, innaigid, innaigidh

n i, f. vn. of ind-saig, Ped. § 805 (6) . According to Meyer (see refs. under ind-saig, above) in- naigid is vn. of ind-saig, indsaigid of in-asaig. This would be philologically correct (the preverb ind- leniting in pro- totonic forms) but the two forms became confused and are therefore treated together. Later also innsaige. g s. re n-innsaidhthe , Laws ii 144.7 Comm. re n-innsaighi , O'C. 2154 (< Eg. 88, fo. 3 (4)a ). na hionnsaighthi , O'Gr. Cat. 346.23. The form innaigid is early replaced by innsaigid. indnaigid, LU 3517. innaigid, 3588 . CRR § 26. innaigidh, Moling § 26.

(a) act of approaching, attacking; an attack: iar conairibh sunnradachaib ac innsaighid na firinne, O'Dav. 1411. ech fri aige ... .i. fri hindsaig aenaig, Laws i 126.17 Comm. is andam lasin n-anmain ... insaigid ┐ dula co rígsuide in dúleman, LU 2079. na tecar dom innaigid-se ní bas mó, TBC 1767. do rinneadh comhairle leo .i. ionnsaighe a ccoinne Chonchubhair `to advance against C.,' CRR² § 17. i n- éagmais a ndearnadh do ghreasuibh ┐ d'ionnsaighthuibh, Ériu i 80.22 . ō'tc[h]ualaid Eōgan medair cosnama agā c[h]athaib ┐ aigned innsaigthi agā uaislib aggressive spirit, ML² 1097. Concobar ... rí Tuadh-muman ... ┐ fer índsaighe Erenn `an attacker of Erin,' RC xviii 160.25 . ag iarraidh na hionnsaighthi `calling for the charge,' O'Gr. Cat. 346.23. gid am creachtach crolindteach-sa, is ed is ail lium a n-ind- saigid a cetoir doridisi `to attack them,' TTebe 1125 . iad féin ... d'inneall go luath ré hucht ionnsaighthe na bearnan soin, TSh. 2652.

d'indsaigid came to be used as a prepositional phrase, to, towards, against: tanicc d'insaigid in airechta i raba Etain, IT i 128.17 . do cuaid d'indsaighi na cleirech, Laws i 6.3 . táet dom indnaigid let her come to me, LU 3517. ragat-sa d'innaigid in tṡlóig against the host, CRR § 26. as d'indsaighi Erenn ... docuiredh hi, Ériu iii 152.11 . co ndichius dia atrebh ┐ da innaigidh `to visit it,' Moling § 26. scríobh dhamhsa litreacha d'ionnsuidhe mo dhearbráthar, Maguires of F. § 21. deoch ┐ gér, digér sin ... d'ionnsuighidh a cháolta féin téid an focal ó dhoníthear comhfhocal de towards, IGT Introd. 32.10 .

d'i.¤ ar is similarly used : dochuaidh Uathach ... d'ionn- saighe ar Coinculainn `came to C.', RC xxix 130 § 43. tán- gadar teachta ó Laighnibh ... d'ionnsuighe ar Chormac `came to interview,' Keat. iii 3134.

(b) act of seeking: is í comairle dorónsat, a toicthi mara do innsaigid `to try their luck at sea,' CCath. 1906. ré n- innsaigthe an interval of seeking: ma dho chuaitt fechium toicheda do acru bidhbuidh, ocus ro leic bidbuidh elodh, ... do cuaidh d'innsuidhi geill iartain ocus do rat re n-inn- saidhthe do ghiall `he afterwards went to sue the hostage- surety, and gave the hostage-surety time to seek (the defendant),' Laws ii 144.6 - 7 Comm. isedh is ecin comardugadh itir a fuil ann don re ninsaighthi ocus inn anadh, 116.21 Comm. no go tucthar re n-innsaighi dó re hiarraid gataigh, O'C. 2154 (< Eg. 88, fo. 3 (4)d ).

(c) act of suing, claiming, proceeding against: ni rolamair ... iarmoracht no innsaighidh a cruidh forra he did not venture to sue them for his cattle, Anecd. ii 42.9 . fors' na tualuing saigte do slan .i. ... nocha cuimgech tu indsaigid in (? leg. im) lanadh n-erca dligi `you are not able to proceed for the completion of `eric' of law,' Laws v 226.y Comm. secht mna ... ┐ ni diles m'a fir innsaige druisi `whose husbands are not entitled to sue their lechery,' 272.14 Comm.

(d) act of enforcing: dleagar do gach deoraidh dé ind- saigidh a nascaireacta side, Laws iv 210.20 Comm. in fuil ferus fer ac indsaige a nascairechta `when enforcing his contract,' v 148.16 Comm.

(e) act of suggesting, putting forward ? : ó do léigeadh dar bhar n-ionnsuidhe é `since it was left to your decision,' Maguires of F. § 77.

(f) aggressiveness, valour: ar rigdacht ... ar treoir ┐ ar airberit ┐ ar insaigid, Cog. 160.15 . rogha Gall ... do mhéin ┐ d'innsoighthe `in disposition and valour,' ALC ii 232.13 .

indsaigthech, innsaigech

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adj o, ā (indsaigid, innsaige) aggres- sive, warlike, given to making attacks: airecht allmurda ... allata innsaigtech Almaine, CCath. 5363. Eogan agmar innsaighthech, Fen. 398.17 . le mac Úna innsaigech, ML² 1646.

As subst., an aggressor, a champion: cairptech in rí ... | innsaigthech oirgnech Érenn, Arch. iii 304.3 . Cormac ... indsaigtheach Erenn uile, RC xviii 157.7 (Tig.). crechaire ┐ indsaigheach Ereann, 285.7 (Tig.). ná raibh tighearna i nUlltaibh nach raibh a sháith do ghuaillidhe no d'ionn- suidheach ann gach aon dhíobha, Maguires of F. § 37.

indsamail

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x see intamail.

indsce

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x see insce.