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85 imresnach,imrisnech adj o, ā(imresan) contentious,quarrel-
some,stubborn: nirb' anhumal imrisnech, SR 3206. im-
risneach cech sigaich, Arch. iii 228.92 .i. ¤ cech gúach`every
liar is quarrelsome
,' Tec. Corm. § 15.6 .slog ... ainmech i. ¤
do démnaib, PH 8106. a angbaid anfhéil imresnaig imchos-
áitig, 3930 .ba cocthach i. ¤ etarro sud ina mbethaid, Aisl.
5Tund. 111.24 .tuath olc i. ¤ Iudaí, KMMisc. 148.12 .na
bidh imrisnach ret athair na red mhathair, Ériu v 126 § 10.
eass imreasnach, MR 104.12 .pl. batarimresnaidfeir
Erenn imon ingin, RC v 202 § 21. Asadv.:is e-side cath-
aiges co hi. ¤ frisna fírenu, PH 4023. dobhatar in diass sin co
10himresnech` in emulation ,' Lism.L. xl. 10.
IIAssubst. i. ¤ rintaich. i. ¤ Edaine so(names of metres),
IT iii 65 § 135 , 99 § 168 .

imresnaid n i,m.(imresan)aquarrelsomeorcontentious person:
i. ¤ (imreasnachv.l.) cech n-aneólach, Tec. Corm. § 13.18 .
15 ní ba i. ¤ ar ná ba cennscoilte, § 19.26 .londbriathraid cech
n-imreasnaich(? forimreasnaid), Arch. iii 230.135 .is
andside fofrith imresnaig, Fiachu mac Neill there he found
a quarrelsome person
, Anecd. iii 36.13 .

imresnaigid v g(imresan). Folld. byDOorFRI.i. ¤ ... do
20 struggles against,opposes: cip e imresnaiges do na rígu ...
imresnaigid do Día, PH 4074. in cholaind ... imresnaiges
do spirut a hanmma, 4610 .in fhoirend imresnaigit co
hanfhíren doib, 4075 .
i. ¤ ... fri quarrels with: in aidchi ro imresnaigestur Congal
25C. ... fri D., MR 110.2 .

? imrét n `procedure,method' ? : laechesa ar aicme bethi
iarsin imræt (no imirt) cetna, Auraic. 5718.

imríadad n the act ofriding,driving: imriadhadh n-each
luaimneach, Ó Bruad. iii 210.19 .

30 imrid xseeimm-beirandimm-rá.

imrige ? vn.of *imm-rig. WithFOR aims at?aspires to? :
na bi ic imrigi for búaid | a meic ingini Bathúail | ni thu
Issau ... | acht is tú int engach Iacób, SR 2873.

imrigid v reaches,stretches: p. 3 adbal ead a n-ulcan-sum
35 imrigidga n-imlennaib, MR 186.1 .

imrim n miscalculation: cen nach mbaoghal nimrimhe,
FM ii 970.4 . Seeimmáirem.

imrima n pl. bad weather: sina sceo imrima raith`fair
weathers and storms he perceived
,'imrima .i. donenna. ondí
40is `imber' dano ata `imrima,' ACC § 58 ( RC xx 256 ).

imrimm n n,n., laterf. vn.ofimm-réid.a s. immrim, SR
7685. g s. imrime, Laws ii 160.19 .d s. imrim, i 166.21 .
imrimim, ZCP x 345.33 .a p. imrimmend, LU 1160 (ACC).
n s. inimrim , PH 4535. g s. nahimrime , p. 163 .
45 the act ofriding around,driving around,travelling; a
course, ajourney: imrim .i. imi-rēim .i. rēim ind eich ┐
rēim ind fir, Corm. Y 741. imrim .i. marcaigheachd, O'Cl.
mithig imbrimm i Seirthi time to travel into Serthe, Trip.²
1085. tabred dagberta for ar n-imtechta, for ar n-im-
50rimmend, LU 1160 (ACC).greid mer ort imrim each`a
wild longing is on you to race horses
,' RC v 202.9 (transl.
Ériu i 187.5 ).dorairngertais-[s]iu dag-imrim dund(of
a journey in a chariot), TBC² 672. conidh eadh do thairmisc
dianimrim ┐ dianbruthghail mor na ffondadh ... the swift
55course
, TBC 5618. ech imrime`a riding horse,' Laws ii
160.19 .athgabail trise i n-imrim do eich`distraint ... for
using
(i.e.riding or driving) thy horse,' i 166.21 .rith ┐ leim
┐ cur liac ┐ imrim ech, RC ix 454.18 .atát óic-fhir 'ca
n-immrimm(of roads), Met. Dinds. iii 280.56 .ag taidhecht
60dóibh na n-imrim`as they rode along,' TFrag. 74.1 .otconn-
airc Ó D. marcsluagh na ngall for dian-imrim ina dheadh-
aidh, FM vi 2206.y .
Used of theentry into Jerusalem: rí roḟuc immrim
n-amra | i ndomnuch na glanphalma, SR 7685. a imrim
65forsin assain cengailti, Ériu ii 198.30 .domnach na himrime,
PH p. 163.

1 imrind (a)n objecthavingmany points: trī coecait fer n-i. ¤
dō, dā gae for cach crunn leu, TBC² 2895. dáiní conígí a
n-imlind on imlendaibh sis arsein i. ¤ bís ara cosaibh(of the
70descendants of Ham), BB 8a19 .na himir imrindi form,
IT ii2244.37 .
(b)apromontory,headland: ainm dí Libia on gáeith
grind | na da-sitlend co himrinn`its name of Libia [comes]
from the pleasant brook which trickles to the headland
,' Proc.
75RIA 1879-1888, p. 238.11 v.l.= LL 135b48 .
(c)Seems to be used here of anabstract quality: Aedh
Donn mac Ferghusa Finn | ri Uladh gusan imrinn of great
keenness
? Acall. 1049.
(d) Used attrib. (indeclinable) : as a personal epithet :
80 rosiacht Aicil i. ¤ ilcrechtnaigte i mbeataid docum na scor
transfixed with pointed objects?, BB 439b30 .Dál nAraide
nuasal n-i. ¤ very keen?, Arch. Hib. i 361.7 .la fíanlaech
nuabrech n-i. ¤ , LL 276b14 .os cind Conain Find | in errid
alaind i. ¤ `of the beautiful battle-dress,' MR 78.6 . Of an object :
85 tricha cēt carpat nimrinn`chariots armed with two scythes'
(Plummer MS. notes), TBC² 337. deich céd ... slegh n-
imrinn ffoda with points on all sides, Ériu viii 136.7 .rechmi
cath n-i. ¤ n-imda n-imamnas, LU 3423. forácaib in n-ag
n-i. ¤ , LL 376a42 .Of a placepromontoried? : genfid i
n-inis iar nglind | rofestar Ériu i. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 304.28 .
5 céin mharus Ériu i. ¤ , ZCP xii 391.19 .go hEamain i. ¤ (B.
na f.), ZCP v 488 § 8.
Asadv. ath fostada Féinde Finn | adér rib coháith-
imrind , Acall. 4980.