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.

indugud

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vn. of a denom. verb from 1 indech (Plummer MS. notes). weaving, wattling: dartaid ina tri cuaille cona nindugud, O'C. 32 (< H 3. 18, p. 13b )= cona nindtaigh, Laws iv 144.30 Comm.

indúilemla

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Forms: iondúileamhla

part ` to be desired ' : 'na chrann iondúileamhla , Gen. iii 6. Cf. 3 in-.

indus

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x see indas.

-induth

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v (see Thurn., ZCP xv 243.28 ff. ) brings forth young, produces: ni induth nech di araile iarmotha secht mbliadna `nicht wirft einer für den andern nach sieben Jahren', ZCP xv 240 § 3 =ni hindud, Laws ii 218.15 glossed : nocho tabhuir nech in los da ceili, ib. 16 .

indúthracht

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Forms: induthracht

[n ā, f.] (4 in- + dúthracht) lack of zeal: huand induthracht gl. de indeuotione, Ml. 49d2 .

indúthrachtach

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adj o, ā

(a) heedless, careless, unintentional: fingal étrom induthrachtach ... ┐ nít berad immuchu (in Stowe glossed .i. cnedh tuc duine ... fortt ┐ ni raibhi saint no dúthracht lé), TBC 4299.

(b) disloyal, treacherous ? ; reck- less ? : fionghal éadmhar iondúthrachtach do dhéanamh ar chloinn Lir, Atlantis iv 118.36 .

ineaclann

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n m. `act of protecting' : é féin d'inioclann ar mhil mbréige na beatha, TSh. 600. ? A contamination of anacal and eneclann.

inech

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x see inich.