indsmaigthe

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Forms: ionn- smuighthe

part. of *indsmaigid (indsma). inneoin ionn- smuighthe oft-struck anvil' (rather : firmly set ), Ó Bruad. ii 104.2 .

ind-sói

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Forms: insoe, in-soet, insuet, indta, indó, indtōadar, intatur, indtaiges, inntóbadh, n-inntóchadais, indtuigh, intód

v indic. pres. s. 3 insoe, SR 2077. p. 3 in-soet ( insuet , v.l.), ZCP xi 97 § 61. pret. s. 3 ro indta , MR 180.16 . do indó , RC xvii 155.9 . p. 3 do indtōadar , CCellaig 61 . do intatur , Ann. Conn. 1225 § 4. Later treated as i- stem : indic. pres. s. rel. indtaiges, RC xlix 9. 7 . sec. fut. s. 3 nach inntóbadh , Celt. Rev. iv 120.8 . p. 3 dá n-inntóchadais , Caithr. Thoirdh. 137.3 . pret. s. 3 ro indtuigh , ZCP xiii 207.2 . Vn. intód.

(a) turns, returns. (intrans. and trans.) : atraig Eua, insoe for lar, SR 2077. ro indtuigh Núada co dāna ... friu, ZCP xiii 207.2 . ro innta uaithib d'innsaigidh Uladh, MR 178.14 . do indtōadar ... ┐ do chrithnaigedar dochum a c[h]ēli ┐ tucad cath Slicig eatorra, CCellaig 61 . co nach raibe fer ... nách do inntó a craide ... d'fír-dígail Oilella `whose heart was not bent on ...,' Celt. Rev. iv 204.13 . is ed is tosach don parocsismus an tan indtaiges an tes on craidhi cum na mball forimeallach, RC xlix 9.7 . iontōigheas Díorraing mur a raibhe Fionn returned, Feis TC 55. do inntótar-san ... a n-agaid risin rígiarla had turned their faces towards the earl, Caithr. Thoirdh. 49.28 . acht a mbeith ar a chomairce féin dá n-inntóchadais ris `would they now turn and be with him,' 137.3 . do inntótar uile a n-aighthe i n-énfecht ar a ndúthaig féin, 46.6 . do bui aca a n-urdálta nach inntóbadh cechtar dib don deabaid that neither of them would return (i.e. escape) from the encounter, Celt. Rev. iv 120.8 .

(b) Fig. turns aside (from allegiance) : flaith congbāla co slōgaib dianechtair, in-soet (insuet, innsaighed, v.ll.) a slōig side, ZCP xi 97 § 61.

(c) Of being converted to the faith, trans. and intrans. : do indto se cum creidme, RC xvii 154.23 . ionntoidh me, a thigherna, Parrth. Anma 345.1 .

(d) translates: co ro inta canóin pedrelge ... isin berla Grecdai, BB 487b25 .

Cf. also indsathar.

-indsoirg

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Forms: -insorg, -innsurg, -indsort, -rinsartatar, hindsorgar, inneossar[c]tar, arrinsartatar, insarta, innsort, indsorgun

v (? ind-ess-org-) indic. pres. s 1 -insorg, LU 10288 = -innsurg, IT i 141.22 . pret. s. 3 -indsort, Ériu ii 122 § 61. perf. p. 3 -rinsartatar, Ml. 99c5 . pass. pres. s. ní hindsorgar , O'Dav. 1140. ipv. p. inneossar[c]tar (? sic leg.), TBC² 3457.

drives out, sets in motion, casts out: arrinsartatar after they had been driven out, Ml. 99c5 . insarta gl. inpactum, Thes. ii 8.39 (Acr.). ní hindsorgar o crich do crich `he is not moved from district to district,' O'Dav. 1140. cocertaim bretha Ulad uli ┐ nis n-insorg I do not discard them ?, LU 10288. inneossar[c]tar (e added later, Ed.) Connachta di aird hUisnich, TBC² 3457. conidnindsort lethmarb for medon an dūnuid it flung him (of a fiery wind), Ériu ii 122 § 61. innsort moved, O'Don. Suppl. Vn. indsorgun.

indsorgun

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vn. of -indsoirg. act of moving, setting in motion: indsorguin .i. bidh doigh comadh inann ┐ gluasacht no imluad, O'Dav. 1140. intan is dííce gach cest ... is ann is coir innsorgain a sechtair (i.e. it is allowable to resort to an external brehon), O'C. 2272 (< Eg. 88, fo. 20b ).

indúa

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Forms: ionnua, Indui

n io, m. great-great-grandson: ni ren in t-athair ni sech macu, sech ua, sech iarmu, sech indue, Laws iv 286.8 . ni hicca cinaid a mic, nach a hai, nach a iarmai, nach a hindai, v 512.2 . ota hindua .i. na geilfíne `of the `geilfine' division,' iv 40.24 Comm. meic ┐ húi ┐ íarmái ┐ indái Ériu iv 128.12 . ? áildiu innaib (indaib, v.l.) SCC 187 , Celtica iii 309-10 . lucht an tsamhaidh a mboi an tsaoi | ni tharraidh acht a n-innaoí, Mart. Don. 176.z . mairid in claidem sin fos ... ina set maic ┐ úi ┐ innúi `as the treasure of ...,' CCath. 5258. rígh na dhiaidh a mhac 's a ua | a iarmhua fós 's a ionnua, Content. xviii 160.

In general sense, descendant: ni má ionnúa ro genair on cclainnfreimh ..., Hugh Roe 284.9 . great-great-great- grandson ?, or descendant ? : atberait ... comadh innúa do Nuadha Necht Finn .i. Finn mac Cumhaill mic Ṡughailt mic Eltaim mic Baiscne mic N. N., CF 76.99 . fionnua `a grandson's grandchild,' ionnua `a great-grandson ,' O'R.

As npr. m. meic Indui , RC xvi 78.5 .

ind(ḟ)úaire

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n , f. (ind(ḟ)úar) coolness: tiopra is aille ion- nuaire, Buile Ṡ. 80.15 .

ind(ḟ)úar

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adj o, ā (5 in- + (f)úar).

(a) very cold, chilly, cool, refreshing: cnáim ind íaich ettig innúair, LL 129b22 . ro adnacht ... a leabaid innḟuair, Acall. 1204. a maduin oighridh innḟuair, 3524 . in drúcht innḟúar álainn-si, IGT Decl. ex. 1691. corránic in n-áth n-indúar, Ériu v 221.21 . cet tengad aig athlom innuar `a hundred sharp ready cool tongues,' Cog. 50.15 . ór bog ┐ argad ionnúar, IGT Decl. ex. 471. a airne ionnúara `its refreshing sloes,' Buile Ṡ. 110.8 . i madain focchmair fionnḟuair, FR ii 932.7 . Compar. and superl.: do thalmain caithid a cuid, docum cumad innfuaire doibh é `that it may be cooler for them,' Maund. § 39. Adv. ina suidhe go hionnḟuar ... aerdha ar colba a hiomdhaidhe, Ériu v 76.35 .

As subst., cold: tolcha corra Cháoille an Drúadh | as áoighe (áoidhe, v.l.) orra an t-ionnúar, IGT Decl. ex. 1620.

(b) Fig. refreshing, pleasing, entertaining: sgaoith d'uir- sgéalaibh ionnuara, TD 3 § 30. do-ghéan gréas ionnuar aoire `I shall compose a refreshing piece of censure,' § 50 . téid don fhlaith ionfhuair fhaoilidh, 31 § 4. bliadhain iomshlán d'Aonghas Ruadh | re hucht ngill ar ghrés n-ionn- fhuar `for delicate work,' Studies 1920, 2 § 5 .

ind(ḟ)úarad

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Forms: innfhuartha, ionnḟuartha, fhionnfhuaraidh

n u later o, m. vn. of a denom. from indḟúar. g s. innfhuartha, O'Gr. Cat. 232.3. ionnḟuartha, TD 8 § 14. fhionnfhuaraidh, TSh. 2476 , 4427 .

(a) act of cooling, refreshing ; coolness: intan do tecmadh indḟuaradh (i n-innuardacht, v.l.) na haidhchi cuca `the coolness of the night,' CCath. 2541. co ndechsat da n-in- ḟuarad tar éis a n-aistir a lLoch ... bó, Acall. 911. do lotar ammach forsin faithchi ... dia n-innḟhuaradh, SG 74.28 . chum innfhuartha ainntesa in cridhe, O'Gr. Cat. 232.3. tugsad leó an t-oidhreadh ┐ do chuireadar re bonnaibh an easbuig ag tabhairt ionnfhuaradh dó, Eochairsg. 112.17 . amhail bhíos do mhian ar an bhfiadh dol d'fhagháil fhionn- fhuaraidh gus na srothaibh, TSh. 4427. is eadh is ionn- fhuaradh i n-ifreann dóibh, éagsamhlacht ┐ malairt na bpian, 1971 .

(b) Fig. cooling, refreshment, relief: tríocha bliadhan do bhí mé ... | lán dom anáil ón uabhar | crádh d'fhagháil gurbh ionnfhuaradh `until anguish came to cool me,' Studies 1924, 87 § 16 . gan chéim n-ionnḟuartha d'fhagháil ` un- relaxingly ,' TD 8 § 14. ba gnāth re lucht na cathrach dol ... do chaithemh aimsire d'fhinnfhuaradh a n-aigenta to refresh their minds, Fl. Earls 56.15 . bator gan anadh gan ionnuaradh og an imdebadh sin, Hugh Roe 146.3 . do- ghéabhdaois osadh nó ionnfhuaradh ó na teidhmibh, TSh. 4119. ré triall go flaitheas Dé d'fhagháil fhionnfhuaraidh na glóire, 4430 .

indúardacht

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Forms: n-innuardacht

n (indúarad) coolness: i n-innuardacht (text : indḟuaradh (na haidhchi)), CCath. 2541 n.

inducbaide

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adj io, iā, part. of ind-ocaib. glorious, glorified, exalted: erdairc ł. inducbaide, Ml. 64d10 . inn i.¤ gl. speciosum, 64d9 . nephi.¤ gl. ingloriosus, 139d2 . inna rétu inducbaidi in betha so, 68b9 . rí ... ecnaid úasal indocbuide, Ériu iii 7.24 . arim inducbude in-nim ┐ hi talmain, Cáin Ad. 22.3 . robat mochta indōcbaithe (innocbaigthi, v.l.), RC xxvi 50.14 . Compar. robtar erdarcu de dind ulc doratad forru leusom ┐ roptar inducbaidiu de dano apud deum `the more glorious,' Ml. 47a18 .

inducbál

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x see indocbál.