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íarcuibdius [n u,m.] an end-rhyme: iarraigther isin [rand]
deigenouch ... salcuibdis ┐ cretcouibdius, lancuibdius,
iargcuibdius, Auraic. 3841.

íarcúl n ā,f.(cúl corner, recess)a s. cohiarccuil , ITS v 84.17 .
g s. iargcúla, DDána 74 § 36. d s. iniarcuil , Thurn. Zu Ir.
5Hdschr. i 42.31 .d p. 'naiarcúlaib , MR 188.13 .
(a)aremote place,remote corner: ro teichset a sleibhtibh
ocus a niargculaib in tíre, ALC i 298.17 = Ann. Conn. 1230
§ 3 .is iargcul ┐ is cumang lais in baile i tá .i. Inis Dairbre,
RC xliii 50 § 57. ar tí imeirche i n-iargcúil, DDána 74 § 38.
10 i n-eirr iargcúla, § 36.
(b) the back(of a houseorroom): táinic ... maithe Rach-
ruinne ... co hiarccuil, ITS v 84.17 .an fual-shoitheach i
n-iargcúil an áruis go folaightheach, TSh. 906. cuile i
n-iarcuil don tigh, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 42.31 .
15(c)Muimnig ... 'na formnaib, 'na iarcúlaib`in squad-
rons, in rear troops
,' MR 188.13 .

íarcúlach adj o, ā(íarcúl) remote,retired: ar chrannóicc ísil
iarccúlaigh, FM v 1578.6 .fá árusaibh ... iargcúlacha na
hanma against the inner dwellings of the soul, TSh. 2316.

20 íarcúlta adj io, iā, (íarcúl) churlish,uncouth: is iargulta, anuasal
in fregra tuguis orum, ZCP vi 282.12 .acht do bhí an fear
íargcúlta agus go holc iona ghníomharthaibh, 1 Sam. xxv 3.

íardaige xseeíartaige.

íardess xseeaníar.

25 ? íardin: ind i. ¤ .i. iarmbrethemnus, O'C. 1269 (< H 3.18,p.
514 ).

íardom n westernorhinder partofhouse: asind iardom iar-
tharach in daimliacc Cenannsa`out of the western sacristy,'
AU i 518.11 =asin erdomh`portico,' FM ii 758.7 .

30 íardoman n[o,m.]theulteriororwestern world: fecht i nIar-
doman la Colman, AU i 60.y =hi Soil ┐ i nIle, FM i 204.9 .

íardraige,íardraoi xseeíartaige.

íardruimm n[i,n.] the small of the back? : ceatramha corcra
go roinn | ótha earboll go hiardruim, Duan. Finn ii 198 § 4.

35 íarduba xseeíarnduba.

íarfaigid n i,f.Later somet.íarfaige.vn.ofíarmi-foich.n s.
iarfigid, Wb. 11b21 .iárfichid, Thes. i 497.37 (Ardm.). (but
cf. íntiarfaighe , Laws iv 106.9 Comm. )a s. frisinniarfaigid ,
Ml. 20c9 .cin afiarfuide , Laws iii 48.9 Comm. g s. inna
40 iarfaigtho , Ml. 24b10 .innaiarfaichtho , 57d1 .d s.
fiarfaide, PH 7294. d p. honaibiarfaigthib , Ml. 15c14 .
iarfaigheand, with prothetic f,fiarfaighe, are Mid. Ir.
forms; later with metathesis,fiafraighe.
(a)aninquiry, the act ofinquiring: iárfichidgl.adquae-
45sitio, Thes. i 497.37 (Ardm.).inna iarfaigthogl.quaestionis,
Ml. 24b10 .honaib iarfaigthib mesidibgl.iudiciariis in-
questionibus, 15c14 .ní i. ¤ co n-eregim dungnisomhíc gl.
non est vox querellae sed inquisitionis, 92b10 .ni áil dúib á
iarfigid`it is not proper for you to ask it,' Wb. 11b21 .do
50beir sin amach ... cin a fiarfuide`without asking (permission),'
Laws iii 48.9 Comm. is aire dorigne Iúdas in íarfaigid-se
PH 5158. ferrdi fis fiarfaigid`knowledge is the better of
inquiry
,' MR 160.1 .trí airisena boccachta .i. sírchéilide,
sírdécsain, síriarfaige, Triads 102.
55(b)act ofinquiringabout,seeking: i. ¤ fortachtae`a
seeking of help
,' Ml. 92b11 .primsligeda in choicid d'i. ¤ ,
TBC 1146. boi oc iarfaige Maximm dia thustigib`asked
his parents about M.
', PH 1004. oc iafraighidh na comlunn,
RC xliii 62 § 62. ic i. ¤ fessa ┐ fastini, TBC 406.
60(c) act of challenging, achallenge: téid éinben gan fiar-
faigid`a lone woman goes unchallenged,' O'Gr. Cat. 384.7.
gabsat ... oc iafraighidh meisnigh an druadh, RC xliii
60 § 61.
(d)As a grammatical term,interrogation: an Domhnall
65Ó Dálaigh, lochdach acht ó fhiafruighidh wrong, save in
interrogation
, IGT Introd. 7.13 .cá ┐ cad .. fíafruighthi,
lochdach íad sin uile, 35 .gach pearsa aga bfuil .r. ar a
hitche .n. as cóir ar a fíafruighidh ar láindeimhnioghadh,
38 .
70(e) (i) guarding,keeping,tending: iarfaidhe .i. coimhéd.
dlighidh othar iarfaidhe, O'Cl.iarfaidhe .i. coiméd, O'C.
1422 (< H 3. 18,p. 638b ).ailid cach econd a iarfaige, Laws
v 490.7 .dond altram ┐ dond i. ¤ dobertaisiu form-sa, TBC
1917. (ii)the properprotectionofdistrained cattle (Plummer
75MS. notes):teid ín tiarfaighe fo cominnrice frisa foasc,
Laws iv 106.9 Comm. transltd. `(if) the custody is equally
valid with the notice
,' Ériu ix 33.23 .

íarfeidm n(feidm service, function):n p. slan enech ecmaing
i n-ildiribh i n-ordaib ilgradh ecsi ba h-ollbladach aiar-
80feadma (of Athirne), BB 259b3 .

íarfine n iā,f. the name of thesecond groupin the early
three-fold division of thefine(derbḟine,íarfine,indḟine),
that is, the group consisting of the common ancestor and
four generations of his descendants (seeBinchy,Linguistic
85and Historical Value of the Irish Law Tracts p. 30 ff. ):
Later a narrower group, thegeilḟine(q.v.), was recognised:
fodeiligt[h]ir in dibad itir na teora fine .i. deirbfine ┐ i. ¤ ┐
indfine`the inheritance is distributed among the three fini
...,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 143.y ; and again, reckoning four
groups:... dibaid coitcinn na cetheora fine .i. gellfine ┐
5derbfine, i. ¤ ┐ innfine, ... uair gellfine co .u. fir, derbfine co
nonbur, i. ¤ go tri firu dec ..., Cóic Con. Fug.H§ 69. cétheora
fine ata nesom ... gelfine ocus derbfine, i. ¤ ocus indfine, Laws
i 260.3 .is si in derbhfine amuil ro gabh bruinne in duine
... is i in i. ¤ amuil ro ghabsat in da ríg, ┐ is í in innfine amuil
10ro gabhsat na da dorn the ¤ is as the two fore-arms, O'D.
548 (< H 3. 17,col. 436 ).do na be deirbfine foloing
taoibhfine, no i. ¤ he who has no deirbfine his taoibhfine or
iarfine bears (it) (referring to a penalty), Laws iv 242.13 .
See alsofine.