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inchoscthaid [n i,m.] (inchosc)ateacher, aninstructor: a
Iosa, a ionchosgdhaidh na bhfaidedh, Parrth. Anma 286.7 .

1 inchrechad n o,m.[earlieru,m.]vn.ofinchrechaid.n s.
intinchrechad , Goid.² 101.40 .increchad, O'C. 589 (< H 3.
518,p. 290 ).g s. indinchrechaid , Met. Dinds. iii 58.58 .
(a)areproach,rebuke,criticism; the act ofreproaching,
finding fault: doroacht int inchrechadsin co Colum Cille
`that reproof reached C. C.,' Goid.² 101.40 .is he so increchad
na ndesmerecht-sa`the criticism of these examples,' RC
10 xx 152.8 (ACC pref.).ro seich cucut m'inchrecad amal
tenid, LL 187a2 .d'increchad na n-ainfhiren ┐ na n-écraib-
dech, PH 70. mór riam egla ind inchrechaid the fear of
reproach
, Met. Dinds. iii 58.58 .iarrammaid oirbsi gan
ar n-increachadh trid`we entreat of you not to reproach us
15therefor
,' CS 2.8 .d'inchreachadh ┐ do grennughadh in
droch-spiruit`to rebuke and provoke...,' Fl. Earls 138.27 .
occá mídhemhain ┐ occa increachadh do thaisccéladh for
a airdhibh`to examine and criticise him,' FM v 1864.5 .
ní do inchrechadh na duaine remhsgríobhtha`not by way
20of finding fault with
...,' Geneal. Tracts i 85.1 .
(b)Hence,an injustice, afault: increchad sin, ar Mac
Catan, inní do-bérad in ben da deoin da fir, díre do íc ria
and ... no doná cena, is focul atá fuirre ┐ ni hincrechad,
Stud. in E. Ir. Law 69 n. 2 , transltd. `ein Tadel,' 70.17 .
25 increachad (sic leg.) ar mac ca[r]thaighe in leth dire do beth
don mnai ina setuibhsi budein cuna tidnucal da fir da
deoin, Laws ii 402.25 Comm. is e increchad na cedfada
sa the fault in this opinion is this..., O'C. 589 (< H 3. 18,
p. 290 ).

30 2 inchrechad n[o,m.] (cf. 1 crech, Contrib.) prey,ravaging:
ni scuirionn an tincreachadh`the prey departeth not,' Nahum
iii 1. ? To this :gleaning? : inchreachadh .i. dioghlaim
no glanadh, O'Cl.

inchrechaid v ā reproves,rebukes,criticises,finds faultwith:
35 intan ro increch hé`when she reproved him,' Fél. 150.40 .
dicunt aliicuma trian coirpdire ... acht increchait-ailii
innsin others criticise that, O'C. 595 (< H 3. 18,p. 293 ).
acht chena increchthair sin`is objected to,' RC xx 150.21
(ACC Comm.).co nu-s-increch-som he for a emilte leis
40`rebuked him for his slowness,' PH 4132. increchais epscop
Soichill inni Diarmait, BNnÉ 37.z .na hincrechadh nech
mé gé ra innisius reamham écc E.`let no one criticise me,'
TFrag. 226.16 .mar rugadh Criosd do latha[i]r Phiolaid
┐ mar do hinchrechadh a bheat[h]a ... his life was arraigned,
45 Parrth. Anma 409.7 .Vn. inchrechad.

inchreicc n f.(creicc) buying in? : fri hinnchreic a orba do
neoch nach dena a gaire, O'C. 2167 (< Eg. 88,fo. 5 (6)a ).
la hinncreic a norbu do neoch nach dena a ngaire,ib.(in a
passage entitled `do druthaib ┐ meraib ┐ dasachtaibh' the
50purport of which seems to be that the relatives of an idiot
who do not undertake his maintenance (gaire) must buy
in his land, the payment going to those relatives who do
maintain him).

? inchride : n ba i n-ómun ba in-incridiu(in n-incridev.l.) |
55gudem Críst`whether in fear or in hurt let us pray to Christ,'
Ériu i 195 § 10. ? Readaincridiu.

inchrud n[o,m.] (crod) gear,equipment,furniture: inchruth
noegl.aplustre, Sg. 132b1 .amal tegdais foratochar (leg.
foratabar?, Ed.)deglí anechtair ┐ is fás a inchrud ammedón
60`its gear is wanting within,' Tur. 14. co cach inchruth a
thige inna áttaib córaib, Críth Gabl. 173. cell co n-a hincrod
`a church with its internal property,' Laws v 222.2 =hian-
cruth, O'C. 1233 (< H 3. 18,p. 495 ).

inchuilg ? : ind gach scíath frithbuird druim ar druim | i. ¤
65scíath i. ¤ ḟogfuind, IGT Decl. ex. 405.

inchuindgid v i(<ind-com-di-saig-) asks,requests: inchuind-
gid a hainm forsan indsi asks that the island might be named
after her
, BB 40a23 .

inchuitbiud n mockery,derision: hoinchuitbiud gl.inrisione,
70 Ml. 44c8 . An artificial formation modelled on the Latin.
Cf. cuitbiud.

inchumscugud [n u,m.] (cumscugud) transposition,inter-
changing: do dúaichnigud na focul tría dígbail ┐ tria tór-
mach ┐ tria inchumscugud do dénam intib(i.e.by transposing
75the letters of words), LU 443 (ACC Comm.).

in-coi xseein-fét.

in-coisig v(in(d)-com-sech)indic. pres. s. 2 incoisce, Laws iv
108. 1 Comm. 3 incosaig, Sg. 208a9 .inchoissig(rel.), Ml.
59a7 .inchosaich, TBC² 623. níinchoisig , Sg. 9a16 .pl. 3
80 níinchoisget , Sg. 202b3 .impf. s 3 inchoisged, 9a16 .ipv.
s. 2 inchoisc, Trip.² 1140. incoisc, LU 4864. subj. pres.
s. 3?incoisce, Laws iv 144.1 Comm. subj. past. s. 3 in-
coississed, Ml. 24c22 .rel. inchoissised, Wb. 2c7 . Ml. 56a13 .
fut. s. 2 in-coisis, Bürgschaft 28 § 76b .pret. s. 3 roinchoisc ,
85 Trip.² 1186. Pass. pres. s. incoissegar, Ml. 127d14 .in-
choisechar, Sg. 198a3 .pl. incoisgedar, 29a2 .inchoisciter,
PH 3066. pret. s. inchoisecht, Ml. 16c10 .inrochosecht,
Ériu iii 142.233 .Part. pl. incoiscthi, Ml. 49a7 . Later
declined as ani-verb,inchoiscid:indic. pres. s. 3 incoiscid,
LB 251a3 .subj. past s. 3 co roinchoiscidh(leg. -edh),
5 RC xlvi 228.9 .pret. s. 3 roioncoisg , Leb. Gab. 10.15 .
Pass. indic. pres. s. incoiscithur, Laws ii 154.5 Comm. pret. s.
rohincoiscedh , TTebe 3589 .
(a) signifies,indicates,points out: conrobad inna chorp ní
inchoissised tóbeuitiorum `so that there might be in his body
10something to signify
...,' Wb. 2c7 .a cétna n-etargnae in-
choisecharper ille `the first cognition which is signified,'
Sg. 198a3 .áram inchosaig dede`the number that signifies
a pair of things
,' 71a2 .suin do ṡlund ind úildetad inchoisget,
45b1 .dind intliucht inchoisget, 53a10 .incoissegar deacht ┐
15doinacht críst tris in loc inna aisndísen, Ml. 127d14 .son in-
choissised longud, 56a13 .is ed inchosaig a frecndarcus`it is
that which indicates His presence
,' 116d3 .atcoisged amal bid
hi frecndairc nobeth`he used to point out him as though he
were present
,' 24c15 .is tremfeidligud suthin inchosig per-
20maneo non sic maneo, 21d4 .ro inchoisc Pátraic dó altóir
chlochtha ... fo talmain`indicavit,' Trip.² 1042. ro inchoisc
Pátraic dóib cosmailius in luicc cona méur ó chill Garat,
1186 .incoiscsiu damsa ced leth atá Emain, LU 4864. crích
íncoisce ail adrada`a district which a stone of worship
25marks
,' Laws iv 142.16 Comm. crich insin nad incoiscet
nach comarda ┐ nad cuindrighther senchaide, O'C. 33
( H. 3. 18,p. 13 ).gillfai ┐ in-coisis`dass du Unterpfand
stellen und anzeigen (aussagen) wirst
,' Bürgschaft 28 § 76b .
is ed inchoisciter dúin-ne triasin ernaigti thrédai do-roine
30Ísu ..., PH 3066. conadh ime rofaid Dia an lucaist co ro
inchoiscidh (leg.-edh) do ... that he might show him, RC
xlvi 228.9 .ised inchoisces qāil ind ḟocail as locusta .i.
loco sta , ZCP xii 370.12 .issed inrochosecht tre sodain
(sic leg., Ed.)sladi muintire Coirpri what was signified was,
35 Ériu iii 142.233 .
(b) teaches: incoiscithur do marcuighecht`he is taught
horsemanship
,' Laws ii 154.5 Comm. is amne íncoisce doib
scor ann`thou instructest them', iv 108.1 Comm. as eadh
ro ioncoisg-side doib, long do dhenamh, Leb. Gab. 10.15 .
40 cia ro incoisc dhuit sin olse mo druidh ol in righ who thus
instructed you
?, BB 210b30 .