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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.

15 íargáelad [n u,m.] (gáelad,vn.ofgáelaid breaks) ` analysis?':
iargaelad an uraicepta andso bodesta doreir na senudar
n-arsannda, Lec. Gl. 205.

íar(n)gáes n after-wisdom,wisdom afterthe event,second thoughts
:cor socuinn ni taithluither fri hiarngaosa iar cuimne cidh
20socunn dogne .i. an cor di (leg.do) ní in deghcodnach nocha
taithmether cé thísa iarumgaos ... a contract made by a
person of sound mind is not revoked on account of after-
wisdom ... though after-wisdom come
, O'C. 2399 (< Eg.
88,fo. 31b ) =fri hiargaosa ... ce tis iarumgais, O'C. 1076
25(< H 3. 18,p. 442a ).ar ni dlongat iarngaosa iar ndul
eineach mac ocus raith .i. nocha nimfhuilngith do iat ce do
thisad iaramghaois da chuimne iaram, O'C. 2405 (< Eg. 88,
fo. 31d ) =iaramgais, O'C. 1081 (< H 3. 18,p. 443a ).cia du
iarngaosa do neoch atcumaing codhnach ina conn comhlán
30.i. cid du do neoch iarumhgais do denam ..., O'C. 1077
(< H 3. 18,p. 442b ).measam airli iargāis, Arch. iii 230.152 .

íar(n)gáesach adj o, ā(íarngáes) wise afterthe event, given to
changing one's mind? : cia mesam frismbia condelg duit?
Fer garb ... dermatach ... iarngáesach, Tec. Corm. § 28.4 .

35 íar(n)gáeth adj o, ā(1 íar+gáeth) wise afterthe event:folabra
gúach(v.l. ierngaeth) `false grumbling (after wise),' Tec.
Corm. § 14.7 .

íargaile n[io,m.] (2 íar+gaile) hinder partof ananimal?:
Findbennach ... dam saide ... co n-erthossach écne | co
40n-íargaile erre, IT iii 247.113 (= LL 247a30 ).

íargellad n[u,m.]ajudicial decision(following on the giving
of pledges
) ? : fuigell .i.iargellath , O'Mulc. 588.

íar(n)giunnach adj o, ā epithet ofAmergeinfather of Conall
Cernach. `shaven behind ' (see Joynt, Ériu x 130 ff .):
45 Aimergin Iargiunnuch, RC xxiii 324 § 9 n. Conall C. mac
Amargin Iarngiunnaig, Ériu iv 28 § 19 (= LL 107a19 ).
Amhargein Iarghiúnnach .i. Amarghein Dubh, nam iarn
(v.l.iar) duibedicitur. íarn (leg.íar) .i. dubh. giunnach
.i. folt, Cóir Anm. § 253. co h-Amargin Iarngiunnaig,
50 TBC 4875. mic Aimhirgin iairghiunaigh, Ó Bruad. iii
34b15 .

íar(n)glus n(glus light)`the after-glow,'the dotage of old
age? : ocus dofed og iarnguls (sic) .i. soillsi, Laws iv 376.22
Comm. glūs .i. suilsi,unde diciturisna Brethaibh
55Nemedh: dofed ōc īarnglūs .i. airegdu in t-ōc co ndagrusc
oldās in sen co ndībelrusc, Corm. Y 689. glus .i. solus amail
ata dofét óg iarglus, ar as dered día suillsi dofuarthét lasin
sen`the young precedes the after-glow', O'Dav. 1024.

Iargna npr. m.(ONIarnkné, Bidrag 80.z ).dá thoisech
60loingsi na Lochlonn .i. Zain ┐ I. ¤ , TFrag. 118.y .I. ¤ leithrí
oile na Lochlann, 122.7 .

1 íargnó,íargná n[m.] ? andf.see TSh. 6691 - 2 . Sg. only.
Invariable.íargnó íargná íarghnó íarghná, IGT Decl.
§ 108.4 . (a) anguish,regret; especiallygrieffor onedead:
65 bud étrumaidi a i. ¤ ocus a oirchisecht agum-sa, MR 122.10 .
rogab Érinn cen i. ¤ `without annoyance,' Met. Dinds. iv
258.6 .ro ba fada a iarghnó dá éis ar na hoirechtaib`the
mourning for him
,' Caithr. Thoirdh. 28.26 .misi, dono, na
bidh m'i. ¤ fort, Aen. 646. marbhadh ... | don chruinne as
70ádhbhar i. ¤ , Misc. Celt. Soc. 370.17 .lán d'anaoibh intinne
┐ d'iarghná inmheadhónaigh aigeanta, TSh. 6691. iarghnó
gan sgioth(one of the pains of hell), 6430 .san oidhche
rob'fhoigse dhó | do gheall Críosd fa cúis iarghnó | ... go
ndinginte a dhiúltadh san, Dán Dé xx 6. i. ¤ do chur ... air
75an Spiorad Naomh, Donlevy pref. xiv 16 .drem leis budh
iargná`many who will be grieved,' RC xxix 120 § 20. ní
ḟuil úadh ann acht a n-íarmhó | slúagh Gall ní dá n-íarghnó
orm, IGT Decl. ex. 1799. a thoisg i timcheall Banbha | ...
mur samhail chasnaidh rom-cná | amhail do aslaigh m'iar-
80ghná, ZCP ii 359.27 .go mbeid uile fa iarghnó, Atlantis
iv 182 z .
(b)alament, anelegy: iarghnó ar bhás an Athar Con-
chubhar Ua hArgáin, Eogh. Ruadh 2014 .

2 íargnó n reward? : dodēna nī bus les dó | ┐ bid nem a
85iargnō, ZCP x 345 § 14.

íargnóithech,íargnóiech adj o, ā(1 íargnó) sorrowful,regretful:
adv. adeirid gohiarghnóitheach(v.l. iarghnóieach) accaoin-
teach, TSh. 6358.