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ind-sói v indic. pres. s. 3 insoe, SR 2077. p. 3 in-soet( insuet ,
55 v.l.), ZCP xi 97 § 61. pret. s. 3 roindta , MR 180.16 .do
indó , RC xvii 155.9 .p. 3 doindtōadar , CCellaig 61 .do
intatur , Ann. Conn. 1225 § 4. Later treated asi- stem :
indic. pres. s. rel. indtaiges, RC xlix 9. 7 .sec. fut. s. 3 nach
inntóbadh , Celt. Rev. iv 120.8 .p. 3 dán-inntóchadais ,
60 Caithr. Thoirdh. 137.3 .pret. s. 3 roindtuigh , ZCP xiii
207.2 .Vn. intód.
(a) turns,returns. (intrans. and trans.) : atraig Eua,
insoe for lar, SR 2077. ro indtuigh Núada co dāna ... friu,
ZCP xiii 207.2 .ro innta uaithib d'innsaigidh Uladh, MR
65 178.14 .do indtōadar ... ┐ do chrithnaigedar dochum a
c[h]ēli ┐ tucad cath Slicig eatorra, CCellaig 61 .co nach
raibe fer ... nách do inntó a craide ... d'fír-dígail Oilella
`whose heart was not bent on...,' Celt. Rev. iv 204.13 .is
ed is tosach donparocsismusan tan indtaiges an tes on
70craidhi cum na mball forimeallach, RC xlix 9.7 .iontōigheas
Díorraing mur a raibhe Fionn returned, Feis TC 55. do
inntótar-san ... a n-agaid risin rígiarla had turned their
faces towards the earl
, Caithr. Thoirdh. 49.28 .acht a
mbeith ar a chomairce féin dá n-inntóchadais ris`would
75they now turn and be with him
,' 137.3 .do inntótar uile a
n-aighthe i n-énfecht ar a ndúthaig féin, 46.6 .do bui aca
a n-urdálta nach inntóbadh cechtar dib don deabaid that
neither of them would return
(i.e.escape)from the encounter,
Celt. Rev. iv 120.8 .
80(b)Fig. turns aside(from allegiance) : flaith congbāla
co slōgaib dianechtair, in-soet (insuet, innsaighed,v.ll.)
a slōig side, ZCP xi 97 § 61.
(c)Of beingconvertedto thefaith, trans. and intrans. :
do indto se cum creidme, RC xvii 154.23 .ionntoidh me,
85a thigherna, Parrth. Anma 345.1 .
(d) translates: co ro inta canóin pedrelge ... isin berla
Grecdai, BB 487b25 .
Cf.alsoindsathar.

-indsoirg v(?ind-ess-org-)indic. pres. s 1 -insorg, LU 10288 =
-innsurg, IT i 141.22 .pret. s. 3 -indsort, Ériu ii 122 § 61.
5 perf. p. 3 -rinsartatar, Ml. 99c5 .pass. pres. s. níhindsorgar ,
O'Dav. 1140. ipv. p. inneossar[c]tar(?sic leg.), TBC²
3457.
drives out,sets in motion,casts out: arrinsartatar after
they had been driven out
, Ml. 99c5 .insartagl.inpactum, Thes.
10 ii 8.39 (Acr.).ní hindsorgar o crich do crich`he is not
moved from district to district
,' O'Dav. 1140. cocertaim
bretha Ulad uli ┐ nis n-insorg I do not discard them?, LU
10288. inneossar[c]tar(eadded later, Ed.)Connachta di
aird hUisnich, TBC² 3457. conidnindsort lethmarb for
15medon an dūnuid it flung him(of a fiery wind), Ériu ii
122 § 61. innsort moved, O'Don. Suppl. Vn. indsorgun.

indsorgun vn.of-indsoirg.act ofmoving,setting in motion:
indsorguin .i. bidh doigh comadh inann ┐ gluasacht no
imluad, O'Dav. 1140. intan is dííce gach cest ... is ann
20is coir innsorgain a sechtair(i.e.it is allowable to resort
to an external brehon), O'C. 2272 (< Eg. 88,fo. 20b ).

indúa n io,m. great-great-grandson: ni ren in t-athair ni sech
macu, sech ua, sech iarmu, sech indue, Laws iv 286.8 .
ni hicca cinaid a mic, nach a hai, nach a iarmai, nach a
25hindai, v 512.2 .ota hindua .i. na geilfíne`of the`geilfine'
division,' iv 40.24 Comm. lucht an tsamhaidh a mboi an
tsaoi | ni tharraidh acht a n-innaoí, Mart. Don. 176.z .
mairid in claidem sin fos ... ina set maic ┐ úi ┐ innúi`as
the treasure of
...,' CCath. 5258. rígh na dhiaidh a mhac
30's a ua | a iarmhua fós 's a ionnua, Content. xviii 160.
In general sense,descendant: ni má ionnúa ro genair
on cclainnfreimh ..., Hugh Roe 284.9 . great-great-great-
grandson?, ordescendant? : atberait ... comadh innúa do
Nuadha Necht Finn .i. Finn mac Cumhaill mic Ṡughailt
35mic Eltaim mic Baiscne mic N. N., CF 76.99 .fionnua
`a grandson's grandchild,'ionnua`agreat-grandson ,' O'R.
Asnpr. m. meicIndui , RC xvi 78.5 .

ind(ḟ)úaire n iā,f.(ind(ḟ)úar) coolness: tiopra is aille ion-
nuaire, Buile Ṡ. 80.15 .

40 ind(ḟ)úar adj o, ā(5 in-+(f)úar). (a)verycold,chilly,cool,
refreshing: cnáim ind íaich ettig innúair, LL 129b22 .ro
adnacht ... a leabaid innḟuair, Acall. 1204. a maduin
oighridh innḟuair, 3524 .in drúcht innḟúar álainn-si, IGT
Decl. ex. 1691. corránic in n-áth n-indúar, Ériu v 221.21 .
45 cet tengad aig athlom innuar`a hundred sharp ready cool
tongues
,' Cog. 50.15 .ór bog ┐ argad ionnúar, IGT Decl.
ex. 471. a airne ionnúara`its refreshing sloes,' Buile Ṡ.
110.8 .i madain focchmair fionnḟuair, FR ii 932.7 .Compar.
andsuperl.:do thalmain caithid a cuid, docum cumad
50innfuaire doibh é`that it may be cooler for them,' Maund.
§ 39. Adv. ina suidhe go hionnḟuar ... aerdha ar colba a
hiomdhaidhe, Ériu v 76.35 .
Assubst.,cold: tolcha corra Cháoille an Drúadh | as
áoighe (áoidhe,v.l.) orra an t-ionnúar, IGT Decl. ex. 1620.
55(b) Fig. refreshing,pleasing,entertaining: sgaoith d'uir-
sgéalaibh ionnuara, TD 3 § 30. do-ghéan gréas ionnuar
aoire`I shall compose a refreshing piece of censure,' § 50 .
téid don fhlaith ionfhuair fhaoilidh, 31 § 4. bliadhain
iomshlán d'Aonghas Ruadh | re hucht ngill ar ghrés n-ionn-
60fhuar`for delicate work,' Studies 1920, 2 § 5 .

ind(ḟ)úarad n ulatero,m. vn.of a denom. fromindḟúar.
g s. innfhuartha, O'Gr. Cat. 232.3. ionnḟuartha, TD 8 § 14.
fhionnfhuaraidh, TSh. 2476 , 4427 .
(a)act ofcooling,refreshing;coolness: intan do tecmadh
65indḟuaradh (i n-innuardacht,v.l.) na haidhchi cuca`the
coolness of the night
,' CCath. 2541. co ndechsat da n-in-
ḟuarad tar éis a n-aistir a lLoch ... bó, Acall. 911. do lotar
ammach forsin faithchi ... dia n-innḟhuaradh, SG 74.28 .
chum innfhuartha ainntesa in cridhe, O'Gr. Cat. 232.3.
70 tugsad leó an t-oidhreadh ┐ do chuireadar re bonnaibh an
easbuig ag tabhairt ionnfhuaradh dó, Eochairsg. 112.17 .
amhail bhíos do mhian ar an bhfiadh dol d'fhagháil fhionn-
fhuaraidh gus na srothaibh, TSh. 4427. is eadh is ionn-
fhuaradh i n-ifreann dóibh, éagsamhlacht ┐ malairt na
75bpian, 1971 .
(b)Fig.cooling,refreshment,relief: tríocha bliadhan
do bhí mé ... | lán dom anáil ón uabhar | crádh d'fhagháil
gurbh ionnfhuaradh`until anguish came to cool me,' Studies
1924, 87 § 16 .gan chéim n-ionnḟuartha d'fhagháil` un-
80relaxingly ,' TD 8 § 14. ba gnāth re lucht na cathrach dol
... do chaithemh aimsire d'fhinnfhuaradh a n-aigenta to
refresh their minds
, Fl. Earls 56.15 .bator gan anadh gan
ionnuaradh og an imdebadh sin, Hugh Roe 146.3 .do-
ghéabhdaois osadh nó ionnfhuaradh ó na teidhmibh, TSh.
85 4119. ré triall go flaitheas Dé d'fhagháil fhionnfhuaraidh
na glóire, 4430 .