in(d)sa

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x see ansa.

insádaim

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Forms: in-sáid-, insád- aim

v indic. pres. s 1 of in-sáid-. hurls, thrusts in: insád- aim gl. iacio, Thes. ii 228.29 (Pcr.). Vn. intádud, q.v.

insaige

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x see indsaigid.

-in(d)saire

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Forms: nisnindsaire, -indsaige

v subj. pres. s. 2 ? nisnindsaire dian do feser `thou must not proceed' (advice to a would-be judge), O'Gr. Cat. 144.4 = O'D. 2211 (< Nero A vii, p. 145b ). ? Leg. -indsaige.

insamain

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adj fearful, timid: insamuin .i. an-essamain .i. nī essamain, Corm. Y 746. See es(s)amain.

insamlad

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n likeness, comparison: gur bá hiomdha a n-ion- samhladh lé lucht a n-éistiochta an tan sin `so that manifold was their semblance ...' (i.e. many comparisons occurred to the listeners), CRR² § 35.

in-samlathar

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Forms: insamlathar, -insamladar, -intsam- lammar, -intsamlid, insamlatar, -intamaltae, intamlid, insamlar, insamailter, -intamlae, -intamlammar, intsamlithe, -intamlitis, atasamlibid, inrusamlasatar, intamaltai, intamlaigid, intamlaigther, nó-s- inntamlaigend, intamlaigset

v indic. pres. s. 3 insamlathar, Wb. 9a15 . Sg. 30a14 . -insamladar, ZCP vii 493 § 95. pl. 1 -intsam- lammar, Wb. 11b16 . 2 -intsamlid, 14a28 . 3 insamlatar, Ériu vii 144 § 30. Ipv. s. 2 -intamaltae, Ml. 56b26 . pl. 2 intamlid, Wb. 9a14 . Subj. pres. s. 1 insamlar, Sg. 1b1 . 2 insamailter, Ml. 56b38 . -intamlae, 56c13 (active inflection). pl. 1 -intamlammar, 97c1 . Subj. past pl. 2 coro intsamlithe , Wb. 17a13 . 3 -intamlitis, 5b20 . Fut. pl. 2 atasamlibid, 5a13 . Pret. pl. 3 inrusamlasatar, Sg. 112b4 . Verb. necess. intamaltai, Ml. 79c1 . Later as an active weak vb., intamlaigid (intamail) : intamlaigther, Goid.² 69.18 . nó-s- inntamlaigend, Thr. Hom. 92.1 . ro intamlaigset , TTr.² 1182 , etc.

imitates, emulates ; compares, likens ; simulates: in intsam- lammar-ni gl. an aemulamur ?, Wb. 11b16 . insamlathar- side mo bésu-sa `he imitates my manners,' 9a15 . bed adth- ramli .i. gaibid comarbus for n-athar et intamlid a béssu, 9a14 . insamlathar dano inni fri alaili `it assimilates one quality to another,' Sg. 30a14 . ci insamlar gl. si imitor, 1b1 . ní intamlae gl. né emuleris, Ml. 56 c 13 . bed n-intamaltai gl. emitandam, 79c1 . aninsamladar gl. imitans, ZCP vii 493 § 95. ar met a anfaid in tṡaebchore intamlaigther do ṡaebchorib cociti, Goid.² 69.18 . maic bic insamlatar etrad `forni- cationem imitantes,' Ériu vii 144 § 30. rointamlaigset teched iarum `then they pretended to flee,' TTr.² 1182. is sochaide ... frisar hinntamlaigit iat hi ruin ┐ hi ḟiguir, LB 146a42 . is iat meic Abraham iar fír ... na huli nó-s-inntam- laigend o iris forpthi, Thr. Hom. 92.1 . cid ar ... nach sechend ┐ ar nách inntshamlaigend ind eclais Crist, PH 5764. ata fath aile ann fora n-inntsamlaigther in betha doenna don tshét, 3994 . as na briathraibh-se is iontuigthe gurab iontsamhluighthe na peacaidh ┐ na prímh-fhiabhrais ré chéile `capable of being compared,' TSh. 7888. intsam- laigter in corp frisin pecadh ara tromdacht diblínaibh, D iv 2, 40vb20 .

in(d)sathar

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Forms: indsathar, ind-soither

v pass. pres. sg. ? : a belaib batha berair .i. ... intan indsathar eg aga breith, O'C. 1245 (< H 3. 18, p. 500½ ) ? leg. ind-soither is turned back, repulsed.

inscaith

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Forms: nindscaith, innscaith

n g s. or g p. (? scath .i. innsci, Corm. Y 859 ) : ro ordaig Dia ... Íesáu mac Nuin ... i tigernus phopuil israhel fri corugud a cest ┐ a caingen ┐ fri hirlathar a nindscaith ┐ a nimdechta, LB 123b28 = innscaith, YBL 294b21 .

in(n)scas

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n (? insce) statement ? : inní fotuargaibhter i ninnscus lais in tí dusnuargaib a ciall d'follsiugh, O'D 668 (< H 3. 17, col. 489b ).

insce

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Forms: insce, innsce, indsce, innsce, indscne, innsgne, ro-indscedaib, innscida

n , f. (derivative of sech-, Ped. § 814 Anm.). In O.Ir. glosses always written insce, except innsce, Sg. 25b2 . Later freq. indsce, innsce. A form indscne, innsgne became common in Mid. and Mod. Ir. Two instances occur of the word declined as a dental stem, but as both are in etymological glosses, the forms are very prob. spurious : d p. ro-indscedaib (gl. roscadaib), Laws v 10.x Comm. a p. na righ innscida gl. na rig scotha, O'C. 1907 (< 23 P 3, fo. 23 ).

I a saying, speech, statement, word (in sense the word (of God, etc.) ; a language: insci .i. luighi, ut est feraidh insci di he makes a statement to her (there is no evidence that insce ever meant oath), O'Dav. 1112. miscath .i. mí-innsci. scath .i. innsci, amail atá Dūil Roscadach, Corm. Y 859. adciam isnaib inscib seo (?) ... ind aecni `we see in these words of the sage,' Thes. ii 246.24 (Cam.). i.¤ inso asber ar féda Ísu fri cach n-óen din chenélu dóine are n-indarbe a dualchi óod, 244.21 (Cam.). isind insci so gl. in hoc uerbo, Wb. 6a26 . is menand is dind insci riam lenid `that he adheres to the previous utterance,' 5c16 . ind interiecht nad rann i.¤ la grecu `a part of speech,' Sg. 26b6 . do láni chétbutho inna huilae i.¤ `of the whole discourse', 25b7 . in aellug i.¤ biid dictio ` dictio is wont to be in connected speech,' 25a2 . ní ruthórbasa is in n-i.¤ sea friscissen indiut ... `I arrived not at this expression of hope in Thee,' Ml. 44b29 . air thuccai cach chenel hí coitchennas a n-insci sidi `for each nation in common understands their speech,' 42c8 . i.¤ dé is mou ade didiu indaas i.¤ duini, 35c31 . in fer midboth aile conoí insci who preserves statement, Críth Gabl. 39. tecmaltar a i.¤ dó hi teora bríathra co dé treise, 40 . adgadur nech ria túaith trebair arfochlim a n-i.¤ cocert- aim bretha Ulad uli, LU 10287. cetharda ar a n-abar anruth ris .i. ar aine a fhoircedail, ar amuinnsi ngaisi, ar shulbairi a indsci, ar imad a eoluis, Laws v 28.13 Comm. noco fetar indsci in aen fir do roind `the person of the one man cannot be divided,' (? recte the statement ...), iii 134.12 Comm. innsci do cach iar na miad `speech to be allowed to each, according to his dignity,' i 18.y Comm. iarna cantain dó tri ocht rannaibh na hindscne, ┐ issiad so iad. Nomen, pronomen, uerbum ..., O'C. 1184 (< H 3. 18, p. 470a ). nach arlegais isin tṡoscela ... innsce Crist, in tan atbert `qui se exaltat ...,' PH 661. deimin lim-sa indsci asbeir-si, | brēithir glēsi, Arch. iii 296 § 34. búaidh náithis ┐ ninnsgne ┐ nurlabhra, Ériu v 100.11 . ni hinnscin (? leg. hinnscni) aird-rig duit-si sin do radha, MR 284.20 . bat firen fir- brethach cen forbrisiu n-indsciu etir tethrai tren ┐ trug, Ériu viii 173.22 . insci .i. scientia (.i. ecna) a bunadh Laitne, Auraic. 571. a hi.¤ mod `narration mode,' 1949 . (Cf. iss e immorro a hinnsemod (sic leg., for insce-mod ?) .i. a hinnisin (sic leg.) o mud inunn narrating it in the same mode, RC xx 144.20 (ACC)). imscothud n-insci `stripping speech' glossed .i. [is] séim scoithes a indsci cona bít faidb furri, xxvi 22 § 64 and n. is hé cetḟer roraid insci isin dáil, TTr.² 313. innsgne bhinn do bheoil chorcra, DDána 67 § 42. soerlabhraidh soingthe (=soithnge) co mbuaidh n-innsgni `with the gift of elocution,' FM vi 1960.3 . i n-insgne an fhir chíordhuibh `by the talk of the jet-black churl,' Ó Bruad. ii 14.y .

In special sense, indictment, ban: coinnealbháthadh, nó i.¤ na hEagluise, Eochairsg. 121.33 .

II gender: toth .i. gach banindsci, Corm. Y 1219. cis lir innsci docuisin la Feni ... a tri .i. ferinnsci ┐ baninnsci ┐ demhinsce lasin nGaidel .i. mascul ┐ femen ┐ neodar lasin Laitnèoir, Auraic. 520 - 1 . seachta frisa toimsiter Gaedhelg .i. fid ┐ deach, reim ┐ forba[i]dh, alt ┐ indsci ┐ etargoiri `seven things according to which Gaelic is measured ...,' 740 . mad iar n-urd choir na ndula, immorro, ni ainm ferinnsci no baninsci acht du neoch dofuisium ┐ o tuisimar `for what generates or for what is generated from,' 565 . feirinnsgne sáoi ┐ flaith : ... an sáoi maith, cóir ; an tsháoi mhaith, lochdach, IGT Introd. § 21.1 and 6 . don fhocal déigheanach don chomhfhocal téid a cheannus ┐ a cheart [┐] a innsgne, ┐ do-ní sé baininnsgne don fheirinnsgne ┐ feirinnsgne don bhaininnsgne (i.e. the gender etc. of a compound word depends on the last part of the compound), § 136.2 - 3 . aithni aibghitre, aithne innsgne, aithne aisde `knowledge of the alphabet, of gender, of metre' (necessary branches of know- ledge), § 3.3 .

III a pronoun: na hinnsgne cédus : mé ┐ tú, sé ┐ sí, ..., IGT Introd. § 97.1 . ó innsgne .sinn. from the pronoun `sinn,' § 7.2 . aithne ... ar ceithre sunnarthuibh na Gáoi- dhilgi ┐ ar a seacht n-innsgnibh, § 2.5 . ní ┐ nocha, ionann as cóir lomadh ┐ séimhiughadh na ndíaigh ar innsgne ┐ ar neimhinnsgne (i.e. in regard to non-lenition and lenition they have the same effect on verbal forms that contain a personal element as on those that do not, e.g. passive forms), § 19.2 . cóir an sunnradh innsgne le barr no gan bharr, mur tá m'fhear no m'fhearsa, t'fhear no t'fhearsa the defini- tion by pronoun is correct with or without an enclitic, § 15.20 . do-chuala, do-chualadhas .... In aimser sin mar sin, [acht do-clos ó neimhinnscne], IGT Verbs § 3.28 .