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85 immócbál n(?imb-fo-uss-gabál)act ofbringing ?:d s. gell
di coimocbailiaram co crich techta`a pledge for it(sc.a
distress that has been wrongfully removed)till it is brought
to a lawful place
,' Laws ii 128.3 = O'C. 822 (< H 3.18,p.
378a ).

immochor xseeimarchor.

5 imm-occus xseeimḟocus.

immoichid xseeimḟoichid.

1 imm-oirg v mutually attacks: tarb (leg.tairb) imaeoirgeat
fri tarbú, O'C. 2008 (< H 4.22,p. 32-33 ).

2 imm-oirg: ?v pret. s. 3 ra-m-immart, TBC 3982 (but Win-
10disch says `zu altir. do-immurc ango, Sg. 181b3 ).ro-s-immart,
SG ii 468.4 .pass. -immart, MS. Mat. 488.23 . Later
immaircid i.
constrains,coerces: fer tascnai fine co nimaircid tar crich,
O'C. 849 (< H 3.18,p. 385b ) (transltd. `a man tries to join a
15tribe which drives him out of their bounds
,' Plummer MS.
notes).nosiumaircend ... he co a thech(of Laban wel-
coming Jacob), LB 114a18 =nosimairceand, BB 236b41 .
Ailill Molt in tí farsnimmart`the man who was subdued,'
MS. Mat. 488.23 .ga chana dam menma mór | ramimmart
20baeis ┐ brón, TBC 3982. Impers. rosimmart doib forsind
loch, SG ii 468.4 .
compresses: alanuair rosriced aroile nos imairced amail
bolc ngobann`it used to stretch and contract itself,' Laws
i 72.17 .

25 immonair x(=i mmonair) seemonar.

immor n border,brink: tainic roime .., co sr[uthair] Sionna co
hiomór Atha Moir, TBC p. 905 n. 2 .

immorach xseeimmarach.

immorchóraigid xseeimmarchóraigid.

30 immordaig n n p. `mishaps' ?: batar cuissi imdha ┐ adhbair
or' cennaighthiiomordaighin catha cathordha d'érghi isin
Roim`there were many causes and reasons why the mishaps
of civil war were fated to arise in Rome
,' CCath. 235. `iomor-
dadh reproach ,' O'R.

35 immord n transposition,changingtheorderof: fu rō .i.
fo ūr .i. imord fedha, Corm. Y 698 ( Anecd. iv 59.11 ).is imord
feda fil and .i. Colmānquasicomlān, BColm. 6.5 .
? Of thetransferringofpropertyafter the death of its
owner: litre la caid comarba imard (?leg.im i. ¤ ) manach
40marb-dilsi .i. in ni em ordaiter do dilsi leisin manach
marb .i. im ordugad na manach for in ti fod [dibad ?] ro
dilsi in fiallach is marb, Laws v 498.3 , and 16 Comm. imord
manach [.i.] cach manach tar eis alaile on eclais isin cena
dosli disli do eclais a aicsi lee samlaid manup derg mir,
45 O'C. 871 (< H 3.18,p. 391b ).
? Of thetransferringof personsfrom one place to another:
mac crabuidh cin uair nimuird(one of six sons who are not
bound to honour their father), Laws iii 62.2 Comm.

immordugud n act ofarranging(in relation to each other):
50 imordugud na manach`the ordering of the monks,' Laws
v 498.17 Comm. (gloss onimard manach, ib. 3 .Cf.
immord supra).ro bui Ercuil acc imordughadh crann-
caistiall"Hercules was arranging wooden stands,' St. Ercuil
142.

55 ? immoroin: n seul mad eissil (sic leg.) no imoroin, in an obscure
passage in the Laws, transltd. ` driving overtheboundary ,'
Laws ii 122.12 . Perhaps forimmaráin?

immorrán xseeimḟorrán.

immorros n(immar-+1 ros)agreat wood:inn. loc. Cluain
60Iommorrois, Gorm. Oct. 20 gl. 2 .

immortan : ind ros mbia lóg a sithichtho is dianimortun fésine
ni mathi nech doib(Strachan suggests reading:diam
míortun`it is to their own disgrace'. Ped. ii § 791 (6) : ? for
imorcuin), Wb. 6a5 .iomortan .i. importan .i. imbreith,
65 Corm. Y 749.

imm-rá v indic. pres. s. 2 rel. immerái, Im. Brain § 37. s. 3
imma-rá, LU 2990. pl. 3 imrat, 7894 .ipv. s. 3 imraad,
Im. Brain § 60. impf. s 3 immeraad, § 61 .pret. s. 3 imrerae,
Sg. 62b7 .pl. 1 imrásium, Aisl. MC 85.16 .pl. 3 imraiset,
70 LU 1836. imratar, LL 14b32 . Laterimráid,imrid, the
latter form prob. influenced by Mid. Ir.imrid(O.Ir.imm-
beir
). See IGT Verbs § 101.
Trans. and intrans. rows around,rows,navigates: imrerae
gl.solverat [Hisperii deuexo margine ponti], Sg. 62b7 .geldod
75mora immerái`the white hue of the sea on which thou rowest
about
,' Im. Brain § 37. mag i mbitis drongu ech | conid
ethair immará(of a drowned plain), LU 2990. imraid
iarum dond licc léur`they row to the conspicuous stone,'
Im. Brain § 17. fossad airsin imraad Bran`steadily then
80let Bran row
,' § 60 .o dochuaidh 'na lungai roimrái ... ar
amus Troi, TTr.² 281. imrásium dar lethan-mhag Lacha
Lemnachta, Aisl. MC 85.16 .imraised iar sin docum indsi,
Snedgus u. MacR. 9 § 9 .imratar muncind, rergatar Scithia,
LL 14b32 .imrait seachnóin na hoidhche, Fl. Earls 22.5 .
85 dochóidhsiot in ethar bhecc ┐ imraiset é co ndeachatar
inunn isin luing, FM v 1862.14 .diomramhadar na fir go
láidir, Jonah i 13. iomraidheadh .i. do niodh iomramh
long, O'Cl. Fromimrid:imrit an curuch forsin faircce,
RC xiv 48.1 .do lecadur a seol ┐ do imretar an long, BCC
234.32 .cuiris Brénainn a long o thír ... ┐ imriss fein ...
5hí, BNnÉ 57 § 67. imrit ind oiccen go dermair, 77 § 146.
ro imirset tre chuan, FM vi 1760.3 .do Muir cCaisp aideb
imbris .i. admhaim go ro imbir gus an ocen, Leb. Gab.
96.3 .roimir assidhe co hInnber na mBarc, Lism.L. 254.
? imrid reid riaenrith`the smooth sea races along,' RC v
10201 § 20.
In a wider sense,travels about,goes: o Riphi rigtreib
imra | co dithreib na nEtheopda(of measuring the distance
of land) `it stretched(lit.went about),' SR 2647. immimrous
cipe cruth | in tan tánic mo lanlúth, LU 3870 (transltd.
15`I made a circuit by some endeavour when my full vigour
came
,' SC² p. 22 ).