in(d)mige

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[n , f.] `prosperity' : dál ríghe go roighthir 'na hinnmhighe `ere the Kingship in its prosperity be reached,' Ir. Monthly 1921, 419 § 4 . Cf. inmechus, supra.

? inminde

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[n , f.] (5 in-+*minde (1 menn)) great clearness ? : inmain foltān co fhinde | is corpan co n-inmaine (? leg. co n-inminde), CCellaig 595 .

inmuilg

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n d s. `instruction (lit. milking into)' ? : doellar fo inmuilg (inbuilg, inmuilc, v.ll.) .i. no fegad iat fo innib a n-uilc `who turned aside (while) under instruction,' RC xx 272.8 (ACC) = do-ellar fó inbuilg .i. do-s-bered do ṡalund ; no no-s-bliged .i. no-chendsaiged, Lib. Hymn. i 177.502 . Cf. ic inblegon creitmi, RC xx 272.6 (ACC).

inmuilled

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Forms: t-in- muilled, inmuille, inmuilled, inmuillti, in- muillid, inmuille, inmuil- liud, inmuille

n u, and o, m. vn. of inmuillid. n s. (for a s.) in t-in- muilled , Laws iii 420.3 Comm. a s. inmuille, 196.20 Comm. inmuilled, 518.21 Comm. g s. inmuillti, 518.27 Comm. in- muillid, 526.8 Comm. inmuille, 196.19 Comm. d s. inmuil- liud, 518.23 . inmuille, 192.x Comm.

act of inciting, instigating, setting on: masa codnach do rine in i.¤, is slan (sic leg.) cu and, Laws iii 518.21 Comm. scuirid meracht a hinmuillti in leth aile de `the excitement of its being set on takes the other half off it,' 518.y Comm. lan fiach ina inmuilliud fo crod indilsid `full fine for inciting it in pursuit of cattle which he had no right to pursue,' 23 Comm. i.¤ comraiti ... i.¤ espa ... i.¤ innndethbir (sic) `inten- tional incitement ... incitement through idleness ... incitement for unnecessary profit,' 526.14 , 19 , 24 Comm. do comet in con, can ecodnach d'a hinmuilliud, v 492.12 Comm. gach codhniadhtui (leg. codnaigetu) a mbia fer inmuillid, is dlithidhe cu, ┐ gach egcodhniatai a mbia fer inmuillid is inddlithidhe cu, O'C. 2516 (< Eg. 88, fo. 42ba ).

1 inmuillid

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v i incites, instigates, sets on: cid be ecodhnach uile ro inmuilles in cu `whatever non-sensible person incites the hound,' Laws iii 524.20 Comm. nocha tormaigann bithbinche ... for na conaib cintaigh inmuilter, O'C. 2373 (< Eg. 88, fo. 29a ). in tan ro inmuill in coin fo innile a ngortaib, O'C. 2525 (< ib. fo. 43c). munab e ghabhus iní fo n-inmuillter, ib. Cf. inní fo muillter, ib.

? 2 inmuillid ? :

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Forms: inmaoillid

ardarc .i. follus, ut est is [s]omaoinach, ardarc [c]ach inmaoillid "` every inciter (?) is affluent, conspicuous ' ... possibly inmaoillid (for inmoildid) may be a personal noun cogn. with inmuilled," O'Dav. 167.

1 inn

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x see ind.

2 inn

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Forms: i.

pron. pl. 1 Mid. and Mod. Ir. variant of sinn, q.v. With suffixed emphasizing particle : inn(n)e. Occurs both as nom. (nearly always with copula) and acc. aes cerdda atan- comnaic (aes cerda inn, v.l.), Mór M. § 8. ro escainis ind co becht, YBL 315a17 . ni ro-lécea índ i ndérchoined, PH 7961. bidh manuigh dhilsi duitsi ... inne dogres, Lism. L. 3196. bid subach sind | ma dubhach ind ōn aithrigi, Arch. iii 234 § 8 . is lán i.¤ do mhéad meanma, DDána 10 § 13. go gcuire ionn i n-aointeach (: fionn), Dán De xiv 26 . cuin benfas dár n-esrán i.¤ (: chúilfind n s.), IGT Decl. ex. 907. déana mar do fhógair i.¤ | tógaibh séala do sgríbhinn, DDána 72 § 5. bu fhearr inn-ne, 10 § 22. ór bh'ionnlúith i.¤ , Keat. Poems 1003. biadh inne id dhiaidh, no go ttachtad thu, Luc. Fid. 324.x . re cúig bliadhnaibh uaigneach i.¤ | gan amharc an fhir ailim, Ferriter 541 .

i(o)nnaid

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Forms: ionnmaoid

v ā knows: is é do ionnmaoid oraibh `we know of thee,' TD 27 § 24. See fi(o)nnaid.

? innair :

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n rad bfer nEirenn a hinnair | in flaith a birraib Brenainn, Lism. L. 3481. Cf. ionnar `a gift ,' O'R.

innáire

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n (5 in- + náire) modesty, generosity: is mellca ara rebaigi, is flaith ar innaire, is cruit ar cheolbinne, LL 371a47 .