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in-gaib v ipv. s. 3 a-tab-gabed, Ml. 20d11 .subj. pres. s. 3
-ingaba, Wb. 11d8 .fut. s. 1 ingebsa, Wb. 8d12 .Pass.
75 subj. pres. s. ingabthar, Ml. 22c10 .pl. ingabtar, 54a7 .
subj. past s. connaingabthe , 32c19 .fut. s. -incébthar, Wb.
15d27 .Verb. necess. inggaibthi, Acall. 7098 (v.l.).ion-
gabhtha, Dán Dé vi 2. Vn. ingabál.
(a) reproaches,censures,reproves: connabáe níi indid
80ningaba á chocubus`so that there be nothing for which his
conscience may reprehend him
,' Wb. 11d8 .dia comalnammar
a pridchimme ni-n-incébthar iarum, 15d27 .asbeir som
iustosdoib cia ingabtar`he calls themiustosthough they
are reproved
,' Ml. 54a7 .nech ingaib a cheli tria format,
85 Ériu vii 162 § 6.
(b) avoids,shuns,refuses: ingaib ifern searb sīanach,
ZCP vi 265 § 16. nā hinguib, nā hindsaig ágh, 272 § 10.
do bo iumgaibthi (inggaibthi,v.l.) cach n-ágh ┐ cach n-eislind
dóib, Acall. 7098. do locadar tabairt an catha ┐ ro ion-
gaibhsiot Dal cCais, Cog. 216.22 .teich, a Brénainn ... fil
5mur-chat mor sunn ... ┐ ingga[i]bh sa he trath`beware of
it now
,' BNnÉ 77.18 . ? To this :ulcha dualach ... fair
consoiched dar maeth ichtar a maeth imlenn sis sel seachtair
conna ingebad .l. loech i llo doinindi ┐ dertain bith fo throm-
fhoithin a ulcha, RC x 340.23 .
10(c)ingaib ... (ar) guards... (against) (trans.) : ingaib thu
fen oso suas`guard thyself henceforward,' RC xix 36.15 .
a aoin-Dia ... | iongaibh sinn ar an charcair, Studies 1931,
437 § 12 .iongaibh thú orm ... mór mh'ḟearg ret ḟolt ngéig-
niamhdha, DDána 101 § 1. do sechain ┐ do ingaib an
15macam-sa ... é fén ar gach uile búaidred, BCC 50.13 .
(d) receives(with a view to protecting),undertakesthe
protectionof: aon criche don ti rodh ninngaib é`of the
same territory as the person who undertook (to shelter) him
,'
Laws iii 386.20 Comm. atbert friu no ingabdaís in mac
20comad infeíneda é, RC v 199.7 .gnúis náir do iongaibh
fhilidh`this noble-faced lady ever a friend of a poet,' Aithd.D.
11 § 23.
(e) constructs,undertakestheconstructionof: ingaibtar
aile ime dia cuicti`the fencing is begun in five days,' Laws
25 iv 70.19 .
?ingaib .i. berar as,ut estasingaibh fir fithiu(` ingaibis
a mere inference fromasingaib
,' Stokes), O'Dav. 1131.

in-gainethar v is brought forth,is born:?pret. s. 3 o dilind
co hAbram |hingenairiar sétaib | díí bliadna balcc t[ri]o-
30chat | nocha ar dííb cetaib, LB 221a8 (or ?leg. a ngenair).
As weakvb. ingenid:ruidilsi dona setaib in ni ingenes
uaithib budein iná ..., Laws iii 328.6 Comm.

ingainte xseeingantae.

in-gair v indic. pres. s. 3 rel. ingair, RC xiii 389.6 .ipv. ion-
35ghair, ZCP xii 379.26 .impf. s 3 -ingaired, Bruchst. 96 §
5 .pret. s. 3 roingair , Thes. ii 335.17 ( Hy. v Comm. ).do
ionghuir , DDána 20 § 37. Vn. ingaire.
herds,tends,protects: roingairgl.argairt, Thes. ii 335.17
( Hy. v ).cōi m'ocuil nīsningaired`das Weinen meines
40Auges konnte ihn nicht bewahren
,' Bruchst. 96 § 5. is úar
fri cloí ngaeithe | do neoch ingair (argair,v.l.) bú Aife, RC
xiii 385.4 .in[gar] tra do bu aniud`now tend thy kine today,'
x 222.117 .ionghair inn go hiomchubhaidh(prayer to
Blessed Virgin), ZCP xii 379.26 .rí nar choill ar a chloinn
45ionmhuin | i mbarr croinn do ionghuir iad, DDána 31 § 22.
ionghaireadh ... siobhlaigheadh imle Éireann`let him
march along the borders of Éire and guard them
,' Aithd.D.
16 § 19. fiodh do ionghair t'fhoghluidhe`that wood which
has ever sheltered thy plunderers
,' 65 § 17 .

50 1 ingaire n io,m.[earliern.]vn.ofin-gair.
act ofherding,tending,guarding,watching over. Usually
ofcattle,etc.: fecht do Patraic ... ic i. ¤ caorach, Lat.
Lives 46.12 .conaccai maethóclaig oc i. ¤ mucc`adoles-
centem sues pascentem
,' 51.10 .i. ¤ uan ocus laegh ocus meann
55ocus orc, Laws ii 152.10 Comm. com-íngaire`common
pasturage
,' iv 100.4 Comm. dligidh-sidhe la cacha ceathra
do i. ¤ do`he is entitled to a day's herding for every head of
cattle
,' 100.14 Comm. d'i. ¤ caire Labain, SR 2968. nipsa
causa i. ¤ gamna, basa cháusa i. ¤ Emna(Cúchulainnspeaking),
60 LU 9328 - 9 .co tarlatar maicc i. ¤ dó oc a n-almaib, Mer.
Uil. 87. ar mbeith ag ionghaire chaorach dhó, TSh. 8354.
ingrai` keeping,herding ,' O'R.
In general,watching over,protecting: ainm aingil i. ¤ in
tsrotha the presiding angel, LU 2093. ocus téit éc nech
65aile | ge biadh céd gá i. ¤ , SG 345.40 .cian a drem inguire
uad`remote are they that would have tended him,' O'Gr. Cat.
361.16. d'ionghuire m'anman ar phéin, dom chaomhna
ar teinidh thairmnimhe`that I may save my soul from pain,'
Aithd.D. 76 § 19. tuir iorghuile achaidh Fhinn, nathair
70ionghuire a himill, DDána 73 § 8. a Mháire inghean Mhaoil
Mhuire | gur chuireas ort m'ionghuire`my shepherding,'
TD 30 § 27. Feidhlime Ó Néill dan hobar ar n-ionghuire,
Hackett xlv 7. Mac na hucht gá ionghuire`being nursed,'
A. Ó Dálaigh l 25.
75 In bad sense,keeping watch over (for the purpose of leading
astray
) : ar ilcelgaib an tSatain ... bis acom i. ¤ do gres,
D iv 2.75va38 .acht gidh mōr ionghaire m'olc, | fionn-
Mhuire ōgh dom ḟurtacht, ZCP xii 380.29 .

2 ingaire n iā,f.(2 ingar) `anythinggiven out on hire, an
80 accommodation ' (O'Don. Suppl.) :ar atait tri hingairi do
cuisin la feini .i. lam ingairi ocus bel ingairi ocus faid ingairi.
Lam ingairi lais i ndlegar (=lasa ndlegar) og fuillem. bel
ingairi lais i ndlegar lethfuillem. faid ingairi, disce fuillme
do boing bunad fiach, O'C. 1865 (< 23 P 3,fo. 20b ).lam-
85ingaire .i. aní imgaires nech for trebhaire echtrann o láimh,
is de-seic dlegar fuillemh comlán ; ... bél-ingaire .i. aní
ingaires nech ó bélaib for a trebhuire budéin is leiseig dlegur
leth fuillem ; ... fuit-ingaire .i. in ingaire fuides nech cen
trebuire .i. an ingaire fuides uadha ar comain, O'D. 774
(< H 3. 17,cols. 555 - 6 ).fuit ingairi .i. mas ar chomain
5tuc in duine a sheotu, ma ra achtaighedh commain airithi
do, is a bit do, O'D. 2417 (< Rawl. B 506,fo. 53d ).