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inbleoga(i)n,inableogain nOrig.o,n. vn.ofin-omblig.n s.
inableogain, Laws i 258.24 .in t-inbleghoin , iv 260.15
10Comm. cachn-inbleoghuin , i 264.y. inbleogan, Corm. Y
788. inbleoghan, ZCP iv 31.10 (sic leg.).a s. inbleogain,
Laws i 192.11 Comm. arinn-inbleghun , O'D. 2390 (< Rawl.
506,fo. 48a ).g s. aninbleogain , Laws v 350.12 Comm.
d s. inblegon, ACC § 94 ( RC xx 272 ).inmleogan, Anecd.
15 iii 22.2 .doinbleoguin , Laws ii 100.11 Comm. g p. im-
bleogan, Laws v 236.7 Comm. d p. dona triinbleognaibh ,
Laws ii 100.16 Comm. donahinbleoganaib , O'C. 680
(< H 3. 18,p. 332 ).
(a) distraintof thesurety,distraintof thekinsman-surety:
20 inbleogan .i. toxal .i. athgabāil ind fir fine do gabáil ō
c[h]inaid in c[h]intaig co rotoxla side ar in cintach, Corm. Y
788. ocus araindhi as cetharda conteithtaig son ; cin ocus
tobach, saigi ocus inableogain, Laws i 258.24 .athgabail
dechmaide fil im cach rudrad, im cach ndail criche, im
25inbleogain naitiri cairde distraint of the surety to a covenant,
192.11 .is ime nach cin inbleogain doib he, uair nach eicin
doib a ic, 216.y Comm. is airi nach cin inbleogain doib he,
uair ni ro gabsat do laim a icc, 218.7 Comm.
(b)By transference of meaning,the surety, thekinsman-
30surety (on whom distress could be levied in the event of the
failure or absence of the principal) :is é in cétna hinbleo-
ghain athair ┐ mac ┐ ua ┐ brathair ┐ ben ┐ druth ┐ deoraidh
┐ murchurtha ┐ obluire ; is é in tinbleoghain tanaise, iarmua
┐ innua ┐ comfocus fine co secht déc ; is é in tinbleoghain
35deidhenach ó secht déc amach, O'D. 618 (< H 3. 17,c. 462 ).
athair ┐ mac ... ┐ da inbleogain dona hinbleoganaib as sia,
O'C. 680 (< H 3. 18,p. 332 ).ata di athgabail fil la feine ;
athgabhail cinta[igh] ocus athgabail inableogain, Laws i
262.19 .mana buil crodh aigi féin tabradh apadh for in-
40bleogain is neasa dó ocus athgabáil do gabail de iar sin,
iv 134.5 Comm. fri innrucus inn inbleoguin, arus innruic
gach ninbleoguin, ii 16.21 . The treatment meted out
to thei. ¤ was more lenient than to the principal him-
self :bes anudh naíne do chintuch bid treise do céd
45inbleoghuin ocus bid cuice do inbleoghuin meadhonuch
ocus deachmuid don tres inbleoghuin, 108.z - 110.2
Comm. miach ... mas ima cinaidh budein, no secht-
madh meich mas im cinaidh inbleogain(of food forfeited
for feeding one taken in distress), i 110.8 Comm. in tan
50tic cintach re dliged, icaid digbail laime re hinbleoghain, iii 344.28 Comm.
amail is slan cned d' ferthain forin cintach
is amlaid is slan a ferthain forin inbleogain, O'C. 1759 (< 23
Q 6,p. 35a ). The whole fine regarded asi. ¤ :duine ro gaitt
seoitt, ┐ ro elod amach asin crich, ┐ ata fine aice 'sa crich ┐
55icaid a lanfiach a dualgus in inbleogain, O'C. 697 (< H 3.
18,p. 336 ).icthar imarcraid na fiach ón fine manib saer ar
cinaid inblegain iat, O'D. 1666 (< H 5. 15,p. 24b ). A king
stands asi. ¤ in regard to another king :righ Eirenn go ffresa-
bra is inbleogan do righ ro marbadh and, O'C. 995 (< H 3.
6018,p. 426a ).is cin inbleogain do neoch cin a ruib the crime of
his animal
, O'D. 1564 (< H 5. 15,p. 3b ) (i.e.a man stands
in the relation ofi. ¤ to his cattle).i. ¤ brátharandi. ¤ rátha
two classes of surety, the former's liability evidently being
the greater :céin bes cintach ar áird ... nocha dír inbleoin
65(sic) brathar no inbleghoin ratha d'agra, O'D. 734 (< H 3.
17,c. 534 ).mana fuil [in cintach] i crich no ... mana fuilit
seoit aici ... a rogha don feichemain toicheda in inbleoghan
brathar no ratha aiceres, Laws iii 344.6 Comm. mas e a
rogha inbleoghain brathar d'acra, ictar in uiliataid uile ris.
70Ocus mas e a rogha inbleogain ratha [d'acra], noco nictar
acht mad cert aithgin, 7 Comm. inbleoghain ratha nocor
gabustar saide do laim acht mad ic no tobach, ocus coir
cen co hicad acht mad cert aithgin, 13 Comm. inbleoghain
brathar ... nocor gabustar saidhe do laim itir ic no tobach,
75acht amhuil ro soisid chuici iar ceimennaib, 17 Comm.
icad inbleogan brathar digbail laime re hinbleoghain ratha,
23 Comm. Some classes of people were free from this
liability :is saer doib gan athgabail dibh im chinaid n-in-
blegain(of those who practice the arts), v 96.16 Comm.
80 vii naisti na filidechta, ┐ vii naisti na bairdne ... is and sin
bu saer ar chinaid ninbleogain, O'C. 1002 (< H 3. 18,p.
427b ).fear ... teit i nailithre, saor he ar cinaidh an in-
bleoghuin, Laws v 236.1 Comm. in goba ... is saer he ...
ar cinaid a inbleogain, 16.2 Comm. is slan do na secht
85gradaib ecalsa ┐ do na secht ngradaib eagna im cinaig a
n-imbleogan, 236.7 Comm.
(c)Hence, in general sense ofa relative: ar ndighe do
... Iárnán ... húi Maoilconuiri, mo derb-inbleoghan (sic leg.)
budhessin, ZCP iv 31.10 .
(d)Asvn., act ofproclaiming,giving notice? : inbleogan
5.i. escaire,ut estascnam a thighe do chach iar n-in[m]bleo-
gan cana, O'Dav. 1145. saigid a tige do cách iar n-inbleogan
chana, LB 204b39 .ba gabail ella lasin n-uasal bith ic
inblegon creitmi for na clēḟeraib, ACC § 94 Comm. Cf.
arin tinmlegun .i. sechis ar ind forcitulgl.promulgatione,
10 Ml. 71c18 .

inbleth vn.ofin-mel-.act ofgrinding: mad muilend ecal(a)sa
... is cumacht d'i. ¤ ann in domnach, LB 204a38 .

inbolgad [n u,m.]vn.ofinbolgaid.aswelling: lionfaidh at ┐
inbolgadh cridhe na laoch tria ed, Leb. Gab. 28 n. 7 .
15 imbolgadh (inbolgadh, inbolccad,v.ll.) na cétgaeithi isna
tonnaibh, CCath. 1242. iar n-at ┐ ionbholgadh ris an
reódh ┐ ris an sneachta, FM vi 1918.19 .

inbolgaid v ā(1 bolg) trans. and intrans. swells,distends: rann
Cesair ... ro att ┐ ro inboilg, CCath. 977. ro dún a bél ┐
20ro [in]bholg (ro inboilg,v.l.) a anál, 2030 .ro inbho[il]cc
in grian uile neóllu uiscidhi inn aéoir, 2329 .Part. inbuilcthe
gl.(uana superbia) inflatus, ZCP vii 483.12 .Vn. inbolgad.

inboth n g s. inbotha, BB 439b34 .d s. inboth, Otia ii 100.1 .
a p. innainbotha , Tur. 48. g p. na n-inboth , Arch. iii 10 § 10.
25 See Stokes, ZCP iii 469. Thurneysen, Stud. in E. Ir.
Law 112. awedding,nuptials: foruar inna inbotha .i.
dorigni tochmarc inna ecailse do Chríst, Tur. 48. o for-
ruired in cobled i n-aidchi na n-inboth (.i. na baindsi), Arch.
iii 10 § 10. flegha fuain .i. inbotha .i. inbainnsi .i. edach
30nuachair, O'C. 2067 (< H 4. 22, p. 67 ).co tucta Poluxena
co n-etuch inbot[h]a bainsecda cuice-sium, BB 439b34 .
commām ┐ inboth nemhēilnidhe`unpolluted wedlock and
bridal
,' Otia ii 100.1 .iar tiacht inmadha iarum na hingine
`the nuptials of the girl,' St. Ercuil 557. ? To this :inbadh,
35 IGT Decl. § 102.

inbothaigidir v gintrans. marries,weds: dian-inbothigetar
`if they marry,' Wb. 29a2 .Vn. inbothugud.

inbothugud n u,m. vn.ofinbothaigidir.awedding: is fuath
n-eperta int inbodugud don menmmain`it is a figure of
40speech, the wedding of the mind
,' Sg. 137b9 .

inbuilg ? : n doellar (dosellar,v.l.) fo inmuilg (inbuilg, in-
muilc,v.ll.) .i. no fegad iat fo innib a n-uilc`who turned
aside while under
instruction ,' RC xx 272 § 95 (ACC) (ł ba
gabail ella dond uasul na cloenchliara combo maith no
45immuilged cretim forru, LU 1006 , Comm. on above) (`fo
inmuilgimplies that Columbamilkedinstruction into the
perverse clerics,' Stokes).Cf. tinmlegon.

inceiss n f.(Lat.incensum) incense: ind ingchisgl.incensum,
Ml. 141c2 .amal no bedis inceissi in betha ┐ a aroimi ┐ a
50balsaime, Laud 610,fo. 25b6 .arroime ┐ ingcesi, ib. 25d41 .

inchach x(enech q.v.col.128.21ff.) :inchach .i. naire, ┐
deismirecht air. cidh dar enech nadma .i. cia beith ratha
inchacha im dilsi in tṡeóit, O'C. 1478 (< H 3. 18,p. 654 ).

inchaib xseeenech.

55 inchasnaidi n a s.(? ora p.) "the `shoe' of ajavelin ,leg.
inchosnaide? cogn. withionchosanta" (Stokes) :robenas-
tar Cáilte a foirtcedh ┐ ahincasnaididon tsleig, Acall. 1658.

inchathugud n u,m. cf. cathugud.act offighting against:
intan mbite ó menmain naimtinech oc i. ¤ gl.obnoxio animo
60confligentes, Ml. 65b10 .g s. inchathaigtheogl.inpugnationis,
67d19 .

inchessacht [n ā,f.]cf. cessacht.act ofbegrudging: nuchon
air ata m'incesact eiter, ar bur foiridin, RC xliii 76 § 76.

? inchíalla : n muine freagartur é do rer incialla in brei-
65teamun`according to thesense of the judge,' Laws iii 286.30
Comm. (gl.muine frecurthur cell co foltuib techta[ib],
ib. 16 ). ? A word omitted beforeincialla.

inching ? : ind Temair ban baine ingen inching gensa, LU
10254 =ancing, ZCP iii 234.13 .

70 inchinn n(? <cenn, see Thurn. Gramm. § 345 )f.? Earliern.
n s. inchind, Corm. Y 760. inchinnḟeadhna, IGT Decl. ex.
456 .a s. inchind, TBC 4282. g s. inchinde, Corm. Y 1059.22 .
inchinne, LU 8807. nahincindi , Rosa Ang. 226.15 .d s. don
inchind , Gild. Lor. 41. d p. dian-inchinnib , LL 120b36 .
75 thebrain,brains: inchinngl.cerebrum, Ir. Gl. 747. in-
chind .i. i n-inde cind bīs, Corm. Y 760. don inchind tre-
delbdaigl.cerebro triformi, Gild. Lor. 41. cāib a inchinde
romebdatar tria c[h]loicend, Corm. Y 1059.22 .far leith-
chind ┐ far lethchloigind ┐ caíp far n-inchindi clots of your
80brains
, BDD² 862. co tánic a inchind fora chlúasa, LU
5286. berid comthrom inn ubaill da inchind tria chuladaig,
TBC 1272. gur bho derg dá ḟuil ┐ gor bo liath dá n-inchind,
6046 .ba bēs d'Ultaib ... cach curaid nomarbdais ar galaib
ōenḟir no gatta a n-inchind assa cendaib ┐ commesct[h]a āel
85airthib co ndēnad līathrōite crūade díb, Death-tales 4 § 1 .
co tet an fodhar (=foghar) ... on cluais conuic an i. ¤ , ITS
xiv 154.27 .adeir Auicenna ... co ndlegar incinn bhainbh
ar na rostadh ... do lucht an quartana, RC xlix 55.6 .nescoid
bis aran incind cuil mar ata frenicis aran incind eduin,
Rosa Ang. 226.2 .inchinn dermait brain of forgetfulness
5(the removal of which restored memory):tugait a scribind
a hinchind dermait du beim a cind Chindfaelad`cause of
writing it his brain of oblivion was dashed out of C.'s head
,'
Auraic. 71 ,cf. Laws iii 86.y .Cf. do shil a inchinn chúil as
... co nach bi ní da gcluineadh gan a bheith do ghlainmeabh-
10rae aige, MR 282.6 .
Fig. mind,intelligence;intention? (Mod.) : as i. ¤ ḟeadhna
an obar | bearna ifrinn d'ḟoslagadh, IGT Decl. ex. 456.
d'imthigh mo ghreann ... do chlaochlaigh m'i. ¤ , ERuadh
2721 .