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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 ).

ingairge n iā,f.(ingarg) great fierceness,impetuosity? : co
mbrised na feda ... re hagairbi a imthechta re hingargi
na huaire sin` urgence ,' TTebe 314 .

10 ingairid v i(2 ingaire) gives out on hireorloan:see ex. from
O'D. 774 s.v. 2 ingaire.

ingairmid v i(gairm) calls,summons: ingairmid dia asa
aithle sin Móysi leis for leith conach demin a oes d'eis a
ádnocuil, LB 123b13 = BB 244a21 .

15 ingantach adj o, ā(ingnad) (a) wonderful,remarkable,strange:
tuaghmílu ingantachu di ór ... for a bruinnibh issind lénith,
IT i 119.18 .mirboile ingantacha, PH 159. ciniud ... na ro
odaim ... dochrati ingantaig` unwonted ,' Cog. 52.21 .do-
chonairc na sé hamaidedh tuathchaocha atuathmara in-
20gantacha, Comp. Con C. 73.20 .biadh budh i. ¤ ┐ budh
ingnathach, RC xliii 54 § 55. is ro iongantach go saoilid
daoine gur deacrach an ní ..., Donlevy 456.y .adv. rér
dhealuigh Dia gohiongantaché marvellously , TSh. 5661.
(b) amazed,wonder-struck: do b'i. ¤ go mór a thúismig-
25theoiredha agus gach nech eile atchonnairc é ar a mhéid do
ba shubailcech a ghníoma, SG i 1.18 .féuchuidh ... ┐ iongant-
aigh go hiongantach`regard and wonder marvellously,'
Hab. i 5. adv. adeir Pól gohiongantach in wonder , TSh.
5394.
30See alsoingnáthach.

ingantae n iā,f.(ingnad) unusualness,strangeness,wondrous-
ness: araingainnti gl.inusitata, Ml. 116c4 .ní relic Cucu-
lainn a mmarbad ara n-ingantai (n-ingantaige, n-ingnath-
aigi, n-ingnathchi, n-ingnaithche,v.ll.), RC xxii 304.14 =
35 LU 7751. ag iomradh ar Suibhne ara iongantaoi leo gan
a bheo no a marbh d'fhaicsin, Buile Ṡ. 16.3 .ar aille a
delba ... ┐ ara inganti, Rawl. B 512,fo. 101b32 .
See alsoingnáithe.

ingantaige n iā,f.(ingantach) strangeness,wondrousness:
40 ēxamhlacht ┐ ingantaighi eachtra ... in tsēipēil, Fl. Earls
124.26 .ní relic Cuculainn a mmarbad ar a n-ingantai
(n-ingantaige,v.l.), RC xxii 304.14 .

ingantaigid v g(ingnad) trans. and intrans.
(a)Trans.wonders at,marvels at: ro ingantaigset deilb
45inna cléirech, Trip.² 1111. na hingantaig ... ní dia cluinfe
tú, Todd Lect. vi 56.5 .ingantaigit in popul gnímrada in
druad, PH 1184. ro-ingantaigset ... in carcair do beth fon
ndúnad cetna, 3698 .iongantaighid cach an ni sin, Mart.
Don. 154.16 .na [hiongantaigh], a chiabh cham, | go
50mbiadh [th' iomarcaidh] agam, Aithd.D. 41 § 9.
(b)Intrans.wonders,is amazed: bidhgait ┐ ingantaigit
la sodain, Fl. Earls 122.1 .
(c)Causativeamazes,makes to wonder: pass. pl. ingan-
taigtercumor inní sin they marvel much at that, Lism. L.
55 xxi 16.

ingantus [n u,m.] latero,m.(ingnad)g s. iongantais, L.Cl.A.
Buidhe 155.49 . See IGT Decl. p. 88.1 .
wonder,astonishment;strangeness,wonderfulness: adamra
.i.ab admiratione.i. ōn ingantos, Corm. Y 22. is machtad
60┐ iss i. ¤ lim cia ticfad ..., TBC 812. ar i. ¤ lee in bruitt aeoir
gabus uimpe, PH 8159. ro gab i. ¤ Mac an Daimh crét adu-
bert an clérech, Im. Brain i 64.12 .ar chaine a dealbha ┐
ar i. ¤ a ecoisce, BB 262a53 .ní hadhbhur iongantais dí |
créd fá mbiadh iongnadh uimpe ?, L.Cl.A.Buidhe,155.49 .
65 do-ní iongantas de is astonished at,marvels at: do-ním
iongantas ... don oirnis do thogh Críost ré básughadh bháis
na coire, TSh. 8471.
gaibid iongantas i wonders at,marvels at: ar ngabháil
iongantais ann a fhreagarthuibh-sion, do thochdadar,
70 Luke xx 26.
cuirid i n-iongantas professes astonishmentat: cibé do
chuirfeadh i n-iongantas na neithe-se nó ag a mbiadh dí-
chreideamh orra, Keat. ii 6167. dá gcuireadh nech i n-ion-
gantas orm`should charge it upon me as a strange thing,'
75 i 90.22 .cuirid i n-iongantas cionnus budh fhéidir seanchus
aon duine do bhreith go hÁdhamh, 90.45 .
Used asvn.:do rioth an pogal (leg.pobal) uile chuca ag
iongantus , Acts iii 11 .

1 ingar adj o, ā I grievous,bitter,sorrowful: ingar .i. dainim no
80goirt no tiachair,ut esta bas, ba scél n-i. ¤ .i. teinn, O'Dav.
1102. ba saetheti. ¤ la hAdamnan a ecc, Anecd. ii 16.z .
adv. bī fri hidnaibh go hidhan, | bī go hi. ¤ fri hingra,
Sitzungsb. 1919, 93 § 22 .
IIAssubst. grief,sorrow,affliction: issed immefolngi hir
85┐ ingair (leg.ingar) ┐ debuid i cach tegdoiss, Anecd. iii
27.3 .fogeb-sa a ingor ┐ a rithorgain, BB 422b8 .
The most frequently occurring form isg s. ing(a)ir, used
both attributively and predicatively : grief,sorrow: is
ingir lem cen chretim dúibgl.tristitia est mihi magna, Wb.
4b28 .is ingir limm`it is a grief to me,' 24a27 .a bás ba
5scél ningir, Fél. Dec. 21. fir mairb rād n-ingair(LUn-ingir,
LLn-inguir) (rhetoric), TBC² 851. ingir leis a déghmuinter
... do thuitim, TTr.² 1526. marbais Ailill a dalta | ba
scēl n-ingair n-indatta, ZCP viii 117 § 13. ? Assubst. ingir
.i. amh-ghar`sorrow,' O'Cl.Durgen fúair ingir cech
10aird | do láim Indich`found suffering,' Met. Dinds. iii 84.1 .