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imm-beir vMid.Ir.imrid.lit.carries around.
Indic. pres. s. 2 imbir, Thes. ii 249.11 .s. 3 imbeir, LU
9109 (FB).rel. 'mobeir, SR 527. pl. 3 rel. immamberat,
Ml. 111b17 .pass. s. imberr(sic leg.), 131a2 .imberar, Mon.
80Tall. 142.15 .rel. immaberr, Thes. ii 252 § 1 (Stowe M.).
subj. pres. s. 3 immabera, Wb. 13a3 . Withro:immdiroibre,
Laws v 442 y .pass. imberthar, LU 3241. fut. s. 1 ni
immer , LU 10809. pret. s. 3 conidnimbert, Lib. Hymn i
122.128 .perf. s. 3 imdarubart, LU 3245. Vn. imbert.
85 moves,sets in action:applied to various activities.
(a) carries around: dá gáe bolga immosbeir, LU 4568.
(b) puts,places;applies: imbir fo dí so sís`put this
below twice
,' Thes. ii 40.26 .imbir in da mér ... it bélaib,
249.11 .is mor cet mili mobeir | hi timchuaird a ḟosscemeil
... he places around his footstool, SR 527. nos-imbir ongain
5slanaide fair he applies healing ointment to him, Lat. Lives
96.11 .sénais in n-én lūamnech | conidnimbert inna lāim
`and brought it into her hand,' Thes. ii 343.1 . ?Impers.
const.batar imtholtanaig na mná imna heónu imdarubart
fair`the birds that chanced to come there' (lit. ? `it had put
10them
'), LU 3244 ( SC 4 ).
(c)trans. and intrans.plays(a game),gambles,stakes:
imbrid Medb ┐ Ailill fidchell, TBFr. 88. ni immer acht
di giull, LU 10809. tucadh an fi[th]cill chucu ┐ do imridar
hi, Ériu iii 162 § 17. imrobhrad nad escomhrad, Tec. Corm.
15 p. 34 n. 8 .mairid in fit[h]cheall egair | d'imert[h]á 'san
aird-lepaid, ML² 739. is gadaige in t-í immres, PH 7597.
tabhair an taiplis don tigh | go faicmis amhail imrid, IGT
Decl. ex. 607. Fig. toil Dé gin go ndearna mé | imreadh
ar gcuid don chluiche, Aithd.D. 68 § 34. gach beart doirbh
20dhar hinnleadh air | soirbh do imreadh na haghaidh`he
would meet it with serenity
,' Arch. Hib. i 91 § xii .na dronga
sin ... d'imir a bprionnsa ar chúntus airmdheoraidh,
Ó Bruad. iii 114.2 .ní bhfuil aon ní agam a d'imeórainn
acht mo chuid éadaigh, GJ iii 69.9 (Stair É. Uí Chléirigh).
25 na dísleadha leur imredar na saighdeoireadha a eudach,
Parrth. Anma 435.5 .
(d) uses,employs: bad fri cumtach necolso immabera
`let it be for the edification of the church that he employs it'
(of a gift or possession), Wb. 13a3 .huare as nolc imme-
30folngi do neuch forsanimberr`on whom it is used,' Ml. 142d1 .
imberr fo dí amal sodain(of a word) `it is applied twice in
that case
,' Ml. 131a2 .ma doairli sale ind laim oc praind
imberar usci leosom`if a spittle falls on a man's hand at
meals their use is to pour water thereupon
,' Mon. Tall. 142.15 .
35 imbérat a mblichtach do feólaib hi [n]gaimred they will
use their milch-cows for meat
, LU 5614. a ndliges in flaith
... de biadh is ruidles do cia inaroibre (leg.ima-roibre,
Bürgschaft p. 6 )fadeisin in tan sin, ZCP xiii 20.4 .conaimeas
na ro-dilse seo do cach recht imdabera`who may use them,'
40 Laws v 490.12 ..i. ro beres iat, 492.z Comm. a seóid is a
h-ilmaine | do iméradh gan fhuirech he would make use
of her treasure and wealth without hesitation
, Celt. Rev. iv
104.z .cid cīall ┐ erlabra imabera`if it is reason and elo-
quence he practises
' (of an abstract quality), Ériu i 114 § 3.
45 rí imreas ceart mar a neart, Content. vi 242.
(e) plies,handles,wields,uses;works in(of a metal) :
is dian immamberat a cossa oc ind figi`they ply their feet
swiftly in the weaving
,' Ml. 111b17 .ro-immir a chorp co
ndernai tri chét slechtain conid rala hi tasse, LL 282a15 .
50 nech immaber biail i ndomnach`whosoever plies axe,'
Ériu ii 206 § 27. slán don tí imres in tsuist, Laws iii 220.26
Comm. cerda .i. imrid in t-or, v 90.25 Comm.
(f) practises,exercises,inflicts,performs (folld. by noun
obj. and usually byFOR(AR) of person affected, generally
55in an unfavourable way, by the action):imrubairt a
chumachta foir, Corm. Y 446. ind altoir fiugor ind ingrimme
immaberr`of the persecution which is inflicted,' Thes. ii 252.2 .
imbirseo féin do gním gascid ... forsna sluagu, LU 6378.
nobīad a chend de ... acht imrobrethsom a chumaing
60forsin slōg, TBC² 2942. nocon imberasam for Ultu a clessin
doriisi, 652 .is dóig immērthai ceilg fon cruth sin, 1402 .
cip é imress (v.l.imeoras) mela ... fort, TBC 46. ra immir
in Findbennach Ái meirbflech a astair ... bar in
Dond Cualngi, 6151 .mas é in fechem toicheda ro imer
65taitus forru`who practised theft on them,' Laws ii 6.10 .
mad cen [fis] ina brathri immabera dichmairc`if he commit
the theft without the brethren's [knowledge
],' Ériu vii 148.7 .
ro imbir fair dano cach ada aili ba dir do imbirt for tarb
idparta, CCath. 959. ro himred fír n-indligid form, Aisl.
70MC 25.1 .is for F. tra ro imriset na trí Colla in fingail, LL
332c13 .co n-imérat gairdi thsāegail fort`I shall shorten
thy life
,' Fianaig. 82.20 .in fer ro imir in cned, Laws i 228.14
Comm. fornaib coic cathrachuib fora n-immerar a mmuir
teneth co brath`on which the sea of fire is inflicted for ever,'
75 Ériu ii 140 § 142. ot concatar ... in n-anflathius do himred
for Mumain, Cog. 58.13 .a mheas gurab mar smachtughadh
imreas Dia na dochair sin air, TSh. 8204. na míorbhaile
do imir Dia ar Pharao`had wrought against,' Keat. ii 261.
óig ar ar himreadh mídhíach`warriors on whom misfortune
80has been inflicted
,' Studies 1919, 256 § 5 .don tí ar a n-iméar
m'aoir, DDána 95 § 20.
i. ¤ láim for practises violenceon: ni himmer mo laim
... | form' ḟuil nach form' ḟeoil fodein, SR 1541. Lugaid
... ┐ Ligerne ... ro imbriset láma for Art, LL 24a17 .
85 i. ¤ feirg(etc.)for vents angeron: nad bad fornn nimbrae
do borann, TBC² 3560. na himbeir luinni co lén | for
muimmi mac n-Israhél, SR 6971. ro imir a ḟerg ar Lúaighni
Temrach, Fianaig. 90.31 .imir do bharainn fair, BNnÉ
300 § 4.
i. ¤ bás, (oraided) for puts to death: ba dóigh leis noimber-
5tais bas ... fair, D iv 2,73va15 .imbir bás form im' chintaib,
Todd Lect. iii 62.11 .da cluined in t-iarla in t-uirigill-sin
... roimeorudh bás ort, ZCP vi 27.12 .an bás roimris-si for
mo dhalta-sa, Buile Ṡ. § 9 .go n-imeoraidís na hIodhail
bás air, Keat. ii 3176. día ndernadh in gním rofhuapair ...
10no himbertha oighedh easanorach fair, ZCP iv 383.14 .
Used absol. in impers. const. without noun obj., uses
violenceon,inflicts punishment: ind lám des ... imo-robrad
(?leg.imm-robrad, Ed.)for suidiu`as to the right hand a
weapon had been used on it
,' BDD² 1530. imrubairt ar mo
15shéitchi, PRIA xix 542 § 12 ( LL 146b25 ).mar iméorthar
anocht oram`compared with what will be inflicted on me
this night
,' BNnÉ 66 § 101.
(g)Used intrans. withFOR,works on,affects prejudicially:
ro imir a n-ítu forro sum`their thirst wrought on them,'
20 CCath. 2504. cor imir in a[n]bthine for longaibh Cesair
`the storm wrought damage to C.'s ships,' 179 .r[os]n-imbir
cid iter in n-uathgrain cetna for graigibh`the same horror
worked on
,' 3126 .
(h) brings into play;causes: it é fodlai flatha doru[i]r-
25misem im[m]aberat fuillechtai flaithemnasa a somoínib
set`these are the divisions of lordship we have enumerated
which bring into play
(lit.move) the divisions of nobility
according to (the varying) revenues from their property
,'
Críth Gabl. 490 (see p. 36 n. ).uch a ionnmais bhréccaigh
30baín | uch is plaígh ro-imres féin`ach, Plage hast du bewirkt,'
ZCP x 416.2 .imbeiredh buaidh cen baegla`he used to
effect victory without ambushes
,' Leb. Gab. 98.9 .
(i)Used reflexively,moves oneself about,throws oneself
on(for): co n-da n-imbir do chride it chliab immar ubull i
35fabull`so dass sich dein Herz in deiner Brust herumbewegt,'
TBC 4385. non imrend im rennaib na n-arm, 1284 .is
andsin imidrubart forsin sluag`then he hurled himself upon
the host
,' Ériu v 240.148 .immusrubartatar forsna sluagaib
coro thrascratar ilcheta díb, RC xiii 458.1 .notimber
40frisin maith-sin`excercise yourself on that good,' ZCP vi
265 § 17. do imir ... co míleata hé ... ar a mór-naimdib
`he disported himself manfully on his great enemies,' Caithr.
Thoirdh. 116.4 .

imm-bris xsee underimma n-.

45 imm-brúi xsee underimma n-.

imm-cella v surrounds: indic. pres. s. 3 rel. sechis olimme-
chella.i. a sliab`because it, namely the mountain, surrounds,'
Ml. 67d12 .Part. imchelltain loch uli o ṡenchaillig arsanta,
Alex. 695.

50 imm-cing v (a) goes around: indic. pres. s. 3 atá sruth usci ...
co n-eraig fri cach lin co n-anfirimmodcing `it rises against
all the truthless who go around it
,' Ériu ii 114 § 40. a dama
cana imcing do crich .i. ceimnignus tar an crich do denam
cairde, Laws iv 380.15 Comm.
55(b) circumvents,evades: ata dono naidm gaibes gnimu
raithe .i. naidm son imacengar saigid a slan iarum ar aith-
gabail, `das ist ein naidm der umgangen (übergangen) wird,'
ZCP xiii 24.10 (translated Bürgschaft 13 § 42 ).Subj.
pres. s. 3 perf. atait secht tobaig a tuaith naco ndlegat
60dire ... for nech a n-elo no a n-imcim cidbeimderoich (sic
leg., Thurn. Gramm. 394.5 )whoever may disregard them,
Laws v 178.3 . ? to this, reading in both instancesimm-
cengar:imcengair flaith a foltaibh forbuigh forgeall .i.
as eimhcheimnigther a foltaibh ris na flathaib do-ní for-
65buain inndlighthech, O'C. 452 (< H 3.18,p. 241b ).imcen-
gair seoit .i. imcengar hin conar in tan diamba suillsi na
gneidh imta samlaid ni fuasnaidh cen senchaidhe, O'C.
2025 (< H 4. 22,p. 49 ).
As simplevb.:pret. s. 3 imchim.i. sarugh[ud]ut estar is
70Conall ceta roimchingaitire rig ... isind indsi so .i. ro saighi
no ro saraighi`for Conall was the first who absconded being
a king's hostage?
' (Plummer MS. notes), O'Dav. 1116.

imm-clóemchlói v changes: pret. s. 3 in grianimclaomcla[a]
dath`the sun changed her colour,' Ériu i 41.8 .

75 imm-clói v turns about,changes;exchanges(trans. and intrans.):
Indic. pres. s 3 im-cloi, Anecd. iii 58.13 .impf. s. 3 imcloeth,
Arch. iii 325.4 .Subj. pres. pl. 3 imcloat, ZCP xiii 22.10 .
sec. fut. s. 1 ima-claifind, ZCP xiii 258 § 11. pret. s. 3 rohim-
cloe, SR 4697. níhimarchlái , 242 .pass. imrochlad, TBC²
80 73. With double prefix,imroemclad, Laws i 262.z .
Later as simplevb. imchlóid:indic. pres. s. 3 imchloid,
Ériu ii 118 § 54. pret. pl. 3 roimclaiset, MR 232.9 .im-
chloidid:indic. pres. pl. 3 imclaidet, Cóic Con. Fug. § 65.
fut. s. 3 imcloidfid, TBC p. 89 n. 1 (St.). imcloi side a n-
85ogum, dilega a hamless, scribtha a less(of an injurious
message written in ogum), Anecd. iii 58.13 .secht mbliedna
do cech oe hi flaith Herenn. imcloeth beus hi cinn hsecht
mbliadana, Arch. iii 325.4 .iarsin rohimclóe in scél | la
Iéssu ocus l(a) Caléb the story changed, SR 4697. grian hi
nGemin im-mis Máii | is demin, ni imarchlái, 242 .co
5roimchla lith ifectsa, Ériu iii 140.163 .a[t]chīu imrochlad
a gnē that his form has been changed, TBC² 73. secht mblatha
imchl[oid] cecha bliadna`seven flowers it changes in every
year
' (of a tree), Ériu ii 118 § 54. imchloeit na Gaill aniar
co hEs-dara`turn back to Ess-dara,' AU ii 214.5 .im-
10claidet isin tanisi .i. do-níat emcloemclód, Cóic Con. Fug.
§ 65. Ath Grenca iomcloidfid a ainm, TBC p. 89 n. 1 .
ro imclaiset angala a inchindi i cúsalaibh a chind, MR
232.9 (= LL 409b8 ).cid milis mid lestor nglan ... | ima-
claifind fed co li | alaill for (leg.ar) muic fonaichthi`I
15would exchange some of it for roast pig
,' ZCP xiii 258 § 11.
Vn. imchloud. See also underimma n-.