in(d)scothaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. in(d)scothaid or dil.ie/28892

v ā (scoth) speaks, pronounces, says: Roigen roscadach ro indscoth (.i. dixit), O'C. 81 (< H 3. 18, p. 62b ).

inscríbend

Cite this: eDIL s.v. inscríbend or dil.ie/28893

n o, m. Cf. scríbend. inscription: o inscribund in tituil `tituli inscriptione,' Ml. 74b1 . hua inscribiunt in tituil, 74d13 . airlegthair in t-inscribend robái and, TTr. 880. co tuc ubull órda as, ┐ co rascríb ind in indscribend-sa, 877 .

inscribed ornament: robci ... i n-indscribiunn in sceith delb nime ┐ talman ┐ iffirn, LL 404a23 .

inscríbid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. inscríbid or dil.ie/28894

Forms: inscríb, insgríobhtha

v inscribes, writes : pret. s. 3 dond ubull oír slicht ra sia | ra inscríb dóib discordia, LL 143b39 . Part. isna senleabhraibh céadna mórán do neithibh insgríobhtha ar Eirinn, O'Gr. Cat. 45.34.

in(d)scuchaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. in(d)scuchaid or dil.ie/28895

Forms: in(d)scuichid, indsguither, indsguichter, in(d)-scuich

v ā, ? in(d)scuichid ī (The forms inscuiche[t] (indic. pres. pl. 3) and indsguither (leg. indsguichter) (do. pass.) may be from an earlier in(d)-scuich, from the prototonic stem of which this vb. arises). changes (intrans.) ; moves, removes: inscuiche breath fondad : imtiagad breatha ilbruige `the judgments concerning lands vary,' Laws v 466.15 = inscuiche[t] bretha fondaidh (glossed .i. indscuchaid na bretha ...), O'Dav. 974. o ro innscuchadh in grad, co fuil eneclann in graid i n-indscuchann do when his grade has been changed ... into which he changes (if a man do penance), Laws v 448.14 - 15 Comm. is a lan einiclunn dibus umpu ... cu ru pennit ocus cu ru innsguchuit grad, i 56.20 Comm. atait secht n-indsguithe indsguither (leg. indsguichter) dogres a cain lanamna `there are seven separa- tions that are perpetual,' v 296.13 . inscuchaid cach a com- focraibh a chele each moves close to his fellow, BB 490b9 . ni ro indscuch Alaxandir isin cat[h]raig sin Ierusalem did not enter, Alex. 500.

in(d)scuchud

Cite this: eDIL s.v. in(d)scuchud or dil.ie/28896

Forms: t-innscuch- adh, n-indsguithe, indsguichthe, indsguchad

n u, m. vn. of *in(d)-scuich. n s. in t-innscuch- adh , O'C. 1836 (< 23 Q 6, p. 49a ). n p. secht n-indsguithe (? leg. indsguichthe), Laws v 296.13 . But neut. : n s. indsguchad n-othrusa, Laws v 296.15 .

act of changing (rank, position) ; departure, movement: ionnscuchad graidh .i. ardughadh gráidh no céime, O'Don. Suppl. (Mac Firb. Gl.). ase an indscuchad so in fer leginn do dul a n-espucoidecht ocus in t-espuc do dul in aibil- teoiracht no i ndeoruighecht De, Laws i 58.y Comm. uair is indscucad ceme dun epscop dul a ndeoraidecht De, v 22.28 Comm. bedg a n-ailithre .i. indscuchad re re. Dul a mbas .i. indscuchad dogres `departure for a time ... per- petual departure,' 296.28 - 29 Comm. īar n-i.¤ do Colmān after the death of C. ?, ZCP x 52 § 19. indsguchad ngalair, indsguchad n-othrusa `a departure due to disease, a departure due to illness,' Laws v 296.15 . atait secht n-indsguithe ... a cain lanamna seven partings from the law of wedlock (glossed : scuiche a hinde), ib. 13 . inscuchad criche change of territory ?, iii 318.8 Comm. a gebait beo-dile indscuchad criche, v 338.5 Comm. inscuiche[t] breath[a] ... fo indscu- chad rig judgments vary ... on account of a change of kings, 470.2 Comm. asedh fo dera eineclunn doib iar pennuit ┐ eiricc ┐ innscuchad aísi uair nar comuiscc a n-esinnrucus for a tochus, O'D. 24 (< H 3. 17, cols. 23 , 24 ). ní dlighidh in flaith acht fo thri roimhi aurergi is in aen láithi, acht indsguchadh suighi no glúine ┐ muna dernatur in t-inn- sguchadh, sét isin cétna nem-indsguchadh ... (of penalties imposed for not rising in the presence of the flaith), O'D. 514 (< H 3. 17, col. 418 ). ail gan innscuchudh, BB 280a22 . ro eirgetar Meadai ... indscuchad (? leg. i n-indscuchud) do na slogaib ... náimdémlaib `erhoben sich und rückten gegen die Feindesschaaren,' Alex. 241.

*in(d)-scuich

Cite this: eDIL s.v. *in(d)-scuich or dil.ie/28897

x see inscuchaid.

inscuirim

Cite this: eDIL s.v. inscuirim or dil.ie/28898

ind (see scuir—, Ped. § 809 Anm.) ? : iptic .i. on ní as untico inscuirim, O'C. 1981 (< H 4. 22, p. 19 ).

insered

Cite this: eDIL s.v. insered or dil.ie/28899

n m. Collect. (see Thurn. Gramm. § 263 ) of inis. islands: in t-innserad iartharach don bith, Folklore iv 477.11 ( Edin. Dinds. § 57 ).

in-sern

Cite this: eDIL s.v. in-sern or dil.ie/28900

Forms: insernd

v spreads abroad ? spreads ? : indic. pres. s. 3 insernd crū cridi, TBC² 3469 (transltd. `Blut von Herzen breitet sich aus ?,' TBC p. 839 n. 5 ).

? insétaigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? insétaigid or dil.ie/28901

Forms: inseitaigtis, nuséitaigtis

v g (sét path) journeys, travels : impf. pl. 3 donaib hí inseitaigtis gl. uiantibus, Ml. 124b9 (leg. nuséitaigtis ?, Eds.).

inshorchugud

Cite this: eDIL s.v. inshorchugud or dil.ie/28902

n u, m. illumination, enlightenment, act of illuminating: confodlaibidsi ar n-insorchugud ni `ye shall participate in our illumination,' Ml. 53b18 . fuar[atar] soillsi móir día tanic a n-in[ṡ]orchugad lux orta est eis, Trip.² 39. i ndelbaib primcainnel oc soilsigud ┐ oc inorchugud inna catrach, LU 2056. ic in ordugud (insorcugud, v.l.) láe ┐ aidhchi, CCath. p. 20 n. 13 . roimthig P. reime ... la hinsor- chugad ind escca by the light of the moon, D iv 2, p. 73rb26 . ionsorchughadh .i. soillsiughadh, O'Cl.