inḟeithem

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x see indithem.

inḟer

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x see inḟir, under 2 in-.

in(d)-fét

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Forms: inedim, indeidim, nadecguth, -ēcgut, -éciut, infét, infet, infeded, indiad, indid, innid, n-ecius, condecathor, mani-nécis- ni, infé, inchoi, innesem, n-écsem, infessed, n-écsed, infesmais, indias, -ecuas, india, eicsind, eicsitis, infíd, incuaid, n-écid, nhécaid, n-eícdid, indedar, egadar, n-éicsitar, innethar, n-ecestar, co n-eces, indisin

v (in(d)-fiad) pres. s. 1 inedim ( indeidim , v.l.), RC xx 404 § 124 (ACC). perf. nadecguth (leg. -ēcgut=-éciut), LL 123a10 (Bergin, Ériu xii 215 ). s. 3 infét, Ml. 14b12 . infet, 86b10 . impf. s 3 infeded, LU 10942. ipv. s. 1 indiad, Ml. 35d11 , 103b11 . s. 2 indid, LU 11056. innid, ZCP xii 245 § 8. subj. pres. s. 1 perf. co n-ecius , LU 5769. Ériu ii 104 § 14. (depon.) condecathor (glossed : co n-inniser), Leb. Gab. i 176.20 . s. 2 perf. mani-nécis- ni (MS. manicisne), Aisl. Oeng. § 12. s. 3 infé, Ml. 30b12 . perf. rel. inchoi, LU 866 (ACC). p. 1 innesem, Ériu i 39 § 5. perf. co n-écsem , Arch. Hib. ii 54 § 1. past subj. s. 3 (for sec. fut.) infessed, LU 11048. perf. co n-écsed , RC xv 277.11 . p. 1 infesmais, Ml. 17d8 . fut. s. 1 indias, RC xx 408 § 132 (ACC). perf. -ecuas, § 134 . s. 3 india, LU 566 (ACC). sec. fut. s. 1 ni eicsind , Ériu ii 132 § 109 . p. 3 ni eicsitis , 140 § 151. pret. s. 3 infíd, Ériu vi 148.25 . perf. incuaid, Ml. 123d7 . co n-écid , Trip.² 2203. co nhécaid , SR 3875. p. 2 perf. co n-eícdid , Wb. 24c17 . p. 3 ? do indedar (glossed : .i. d'innis), O'Dav. 603. perf. nicon egadar , Lism. L. 319.31 . co n-éicsitar , SR 3771. Pass. indic. pres. s. innethar, O'C. 2279 (< Eg. 88, fo. 20d ). subj. pres. s. perf. co n-ecestar , Thes. ii 294.13 . pret. s. perf. co n-eces, Ériu ii 98 § 3. Vn. indisin.

tells, relates, makes known, points out (freq. glosses indi- care) : innéidhim .i. asnéidhim no innisim, O'Cl. coneícdid doib cruth ropridchissem `that ye have declared to them,' Wb. 24c17 . indiad gl. inquam, Ml. 35d11 . is samlid inf[e]t som inn aisndis so, 31b25 . incuaid gl. indicauit, 123d7 . quia is do bestataid infét, 14b12 . Gobban durigni insin conecestar duib a stoir `that its story may be told to you,' Thes. ii 294.13 . coi india duí dó .i. coi .i. quomodo india innisfes, LU 566 (ACC). rimféith rind nime nech inchoi cech ndiruais o Chollum Chille cualamar, glossed .i. no airmebad retlanna nime inti no ininisfed (sic) cach ní ..., 866 (ACC). co éc co ecuas (ecuais, v.l.) .i. com ec ni innisiub, RC xx 410 § 134 (ACC). co n-écid do Pátraic a n-ancride boí ara chinn, Trip.² 2203. innethar do cach conn ... .i. aisneidhther do cach codnach, O'C. 2279 (< Eg. 88, fo. 20d ). infíd doáib scéla Muman, infíd dano dóib Incel Caech do bith i llepaid ..., Ériu vi 148.25 . cia no thindscanaind a aisnés o thosach domuin ni eicsind ria mbrath ..., ii 132 § 109 . indis dun ... ar is dall erund mani ecestar dun doleir, 104 § 14. indid dō ri cāch brēthir `melde ihm vor allen das Wort,' ZCP xi 80 § 4. éistidh ... condecathor aidhedha go ttuaichle, Leb. Gab. i 176.20 .

inḟíachad ?

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vn. of a denom. *inḟíachaid, act of paying (debts) : is dul dosum da n-iniachad, O'C. 955 (< H 3. 18, p. 413a ).

inḟíachas

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[n u, m.] obligation, indebtedness ? : in crich a nderna duine a cor no a cunnrad infiachus na criche sin uad, O'C. 956 (< H 3. 18, p. 413a ) (? i.e. the debt must be paid where it was contracted). ma ro hachtaiged a nic a ninad airithe isin crich, isa iniachus na criche sin leo, O'C. 955 (< H 3. 18, p. 413a ). Éuchtach inghen Díarmatta | ... ní hinfíachus íassachta | do bhoí ar gheilingin Ghráinne indebtedness to a stranger. Duan. Finn i 45.19 .

infich

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x see inich.

infige

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[n , f.] woof: indech .i. intextum .i. infige, O'Mulc. 717. Cf. fige and indech.

in-fill

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Forms: inrufill

v pret. s. 3 perf. inrufill gl. inplicuit, Ml. 33c11 (prob. a nonce formation).

infinit

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Forms: infinit, infinite

n i, f. in pl. prob. invariable in sg., see Thurn. Gramm. § 302.2 . (Lat. infīnītum) n s. ind infinit , Sg. 54a16 . g p. infinite, 154b1 .

the infinitive mood: foxlaid anme triuin á infinit `the ablative of a substantive from an infinitive,' Ml. 36b1 . is fo infinit dutiagar fun dul-so ám manifestare fil isind salm, 101c7 . arberr ciall cech muid a infinit, Sg. 190a3 . fri cech n-infinit, Ml. 42c33 . infinit gnima on brethir gneithig `infinitive active from the active verb,' Ir. Gl. p. 136 n. 2 .

infisse

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n io, m. ? orig. n. (? ind-seth-) inflation, swelling: infisi .i. at no lionadh `a swelling,' O'Cl. is and-sin ra chétriastrad im Choinculaind, go ros lín att ┐ infithsi (infisi, v.l.), TBC 3803. ro lion att ┐ infisi (onfuisi, v.l.) Coinculainn, 3868 . tancatar tedmunna etualaing chuice, cor gab att ┐ onfissi he ... amail anáil bís i llés, cor mhebaid for a chrai- cend fri mét in atta ... ┐ in infissi, LB 142b45 - 7 . táinic ferg ... do Lugaid ┐ ro líon at ┐ infisiu é, SG 325.26 .

infithse

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x see infisse.