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imper,impir n m.(Lat.imperium)n s. ant-imper , PH
1068. ant-impir , 526 .ant-impeir , L.Cl.A.Buidhe,116.46 .
v s. immper, PH 430. impir, St. Ercuil 2231. a s. d s. imper,
Fél. 262.7 .impir, ZCP vi 40.20 .impeir, BB 39a30 .g s.
85 inimmper , PH 545. impir, Fél. Dec. 15. n p. nahimperi ,
PH 4262. d p. ar nahimpirib , TSh. 5605.
emperor,ruler: la féil Flaind féil impir (v.l.imper)`at
the feast of Fland the modest ruler
,' Fél. Dec. 15. Maixim
and seisead imper do gab Breatain, Todd Nenn. 66.4 .
imper in einigh`emperor of generosity,' AU ii
5488.8 .amal impir tu id chathaichi, YBL 151b47 .escom-
láid assain cosin ruirig ┐ cosin n-impeir, TTr. 492. menmai
Deicc an imper, PH 1047. i farradh ... impir no airdtigherna,
1990 .fer lethlamha rígh nó impir, CCath. 63. tarla d'impir
san Eadáil, TD 15 § 17. go haimsir an impir Chonstaintin
10Mhóir, Keat. ii 5806. is é fá nós adhnaicthe dona Rómh-
ánchaibh ar na himpiribh, TSh. 5605. Cf. impere.

imperálta adj io, iā(imper) imperial: o chúmdaigib rigda .i.
imperalta, LB 236a23 .

imperda adj io, iā(imper) imperial: rachatt sa tegais impirdha,
15 De Contemptu 1934 .

imperdacht n ā,f.(imper) empire: is lib fen imperdacht in
domain ┐ a rige, BB 490a25 .ni baeghlochthar h' imperdhecht
am bethaid-si, ZCP xiii 181.34 .comarthada ardrige ┐ imper-
dachta, LB 236a48 .i n-airdimpirdecht ┐ i n-aenrige in
20domain, Alex. 1081. t'impirdacht aintigernamhuil ain-
breathach féin, De Contemptu 1945 .

impere,impire n m.Invariable in sg.,dentalendings inpl.:
a p. impridhe, O'Gr. Cat. 594.10. g p. nan-immpired , LB
227a52 .imperedh, Maund. § 197.
25 emperor: Ochtifin ... impire Éireann, Ériu i 90.24 .beirim
impridhe diuicidhe is fós na ríghthe, O'Gr. Cat. 594.10.
in Róim ... sossad ... na n-immpired, LB 227a51 .pailis ...
ina mbídh an t-imperi cona rígaib, Maund. § 23. an t-adhbur
imperi`the heir apparent,' § 192 .don cheud impire Críos-
30damhuil, Donlevy 402.14 .re linn choróine do chor ar an
impire, TSh. 662. ar chorp mharbh an impire, TSh.
1378.

imperecht,impirecht n ā,f.(imper) empire,imperial power:
co fuigir-si in n-imperacht-so le, ZCP vi 63.10 .ba doig
35la Dair ... co m-ba leis impirecht ┐ enrige in domain, Alex.
113. co cathair nirt ┐ immpirechtai na Pers, 111 .foma-
maigthe d'i. ¤ in báis, Plummer MS. notes (< Laud 610,fo.
24a ).ic iarraidh airdcennassa na Roma no imperechta
in domain, CCath. 5416. docuir in t-imper tinol ar sluagh-
40aibh na himperechta, ZCP vi 44.35 .ac gabail righi ocus
imperichta in domain, Anecd. ii 44.2 .mar inncomartha
impirechta ┐ ardcennuis for cach, St. Ercuil 1453. an cúigeadh
blíadhan déug dh'impireachd Thiberius, Luke iii 1.

impereise n g s. f. empress: mac nahimpereise , ALC i 164.14 .
45 mac nahimperasi , 182.15 .

imperigid v(imper) holds command: pret. s. 3 mar ... doim-
perighan aingidecht annsa droch-duine so, Smaointe
BChr. 1934.

impersonali n n p.: impersonalinad biat hua brethirut
50poenitet (gl.impersonalia uerba), Sg. 153a1 .

impesse xseeimm-said.

impetóir n`acasein which either thepatenonly, or both the
paten andchaliceare kept' (Gwynn, Hermathena xxi
p. 8 ff. ) :co rabat aidmi oc cech altōir ┐ terimpetōir (leg.eter
55impetóir, Gwynnloc. cit.)(.i. imaltōir) ┐ anarta coisecarthai,
Ériu i 219 § 9 , transltd. `that every altar may have its imple-
ments, both the
impetóir and the consecrated cloths,' (Gwynn, Hermathena xxi
p. 9 ).coisecrad ind impetóir(MS.imptoir) .i. na méssi
no bréit bec dia n-airiter corp Críst, LB 277b25 , transltd.
60`the consecration of the ¤ .i. of the paten or the small cloth
from which the body of Christ is eaten
,' (Gwynn, p. 10).
impetoir .i. altoir,ut est, "foir impetoir .iiii. mis" .i. impe
thoirithnis (v.l.impetoirit niges) cach araile iman altoir,
O'Dav. 1122 , which Gwynn emends to :i. ¤ .i. altóir,ut est,
65foir impetóir cetheora mías .i. impe thoirithniges,etc., and
translates `upon it a case containing four patens .i.e. (it is)
round it that each man assists his fellow round the altar
,'
concluding that O'Dav. 'simpetóir .i. altóiris clearly wrong
and that the further explanation,impe tóirithniges,etc.,
70is merely a specimen of etymological guesswork.

impid ind .i. slat, O'Cl.Cf. impa?

impide n(See Ped. ii 605 )impidi f. IGT Decl. § 3. entreaty,
prayer,intercession: dorat degimpidi dam-sa, Trip.² 2663.
doratsat Ulaid uli impidi fair im thúaslucud na cesta, LU
75 8395 (FB).teigtis mathe Ulad cuce i n-i. ¤ im dig do Chon-
chobar, RC viii 54.9 .adbert ... in brec ar a deigimpíghi
go mbeidís mathi uadha da esi, BB 233b30 .ar gach n-
impidhi n-ūasail | i nim ocus a talmain`for the sake of each
noble intercession
,' Ériu iii 30 § 18. as e no ṡlonnadh aitheasc
80uaidh ┐ cuigi ┐ doberthea logh impidi dho, RC xliii 120 § 124.
ind eclais ic a fil comus cech maithiusa ┐ cecha deg-impide,
PH 4169. ni betis na tost tria i. ¤ forru, LL 120b44 .o roemidh
in rigan ... i. ¤ for Laitin imoni rochuindig fair`when the
queen failed in her entreaty with Latinus
,' Aen. 1660. do
85aem ar impigeachaib do chind shidha, Caithr. Cellaig 878.
mar chūiss impidhe ┐ onōrachuiss`as an act of grace and
concession
,' Fl. Earls 70.28 .ná gabh uatha a n-impidhe
`listen not to their entreaties,' TD 2 § 54. fóir ... ar nguais-ne
... do thaoibh t'uaisle is t'impeidhe, DDána 12 § 5. labh-
raidh an bocht lé himpidheachaibh`cum obsecrationibus,'
5 TSh. 1270. allatum.i. impide, Lor. Gild. gl. 11. im itgi
gl.ar impidi, Laws v 442.12 Comm. In phraseimpide do
chur ar:[amhuil] do chuirfeadh Dia impidhe [oruibhsi]
thríne`as if God were entreating you by us,' 2 Corinth. v 20.
dochum impidhe dho chur ar Thítus dúinn, viii 6 .
10 cuit impide` intercession share i.e. if a man has no proper
legal right to certain [disputed] `seds' which are obtained
for him only by intercession, the intercessor has a right to a
share of these `seds' unless there had been a pre-existing
promise
' (Laws Gl.) :is asta ata cuit impi : seoit na dlidhinn
15do reir dligid ┐ cinnti no condtabairt co n-ar impi tucad iat,
┐ trian ar impi cindti ┐ seisi ar impi condtabartaid, in tan
foilis nech ini si, ┐ ni tiubrad dho, muna beth i. ¤ , is cuit
tobaig as fo aicned na criche, Laws v 334.14 Comm. ní
bhfuil ní air bith is mó cuid impidhe air Dhia ioná an urnuigh
20`nothing prevails more upon God than prayer,' Donlevy
440.23 .
? To this :luach impigche`name of a fine paid by the
erenagh of Clogher to the bishop on the marriage of his
daughter
,' Ussher, Works xi 428 .