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ingenrad n ā,f.Collect. of1 ingen. Lateringenraidoccurs
85asn s.: Aen. 1664 and IGT Decl. § 12 , § 13 . Used also
inpl.:aindre ┐ingenrada , RC xiv 412.y ( LL 109b10 ).
girls,maidens(freq. applied to a group ofserving-maids) :
a ṡiur-sium cona hingenruid, IT i 144.z .i. ¤ Ulad do marbad
do D., 76.19 .co n-ingenraid thuchtaig`with shapely
virgins
,' Fél. July 21 .combad lugaiti no saigfed milliud a
5n-ingenraidi ... día mbeth setig a chomrestail oca, LU
10163. cenmotha i. ¤ ┐ gillanrad fri frestul ┐ frithailem,
LB 129a25 .dochōidh a ngrīanān na hinginraighi, ZCP
xiii 169.6 .seal re hingheanraidh ḟear mBreagh, TD 5 § 7.
rochualatar mna ┐ maithi ┐ ingenraid na Laitinda ...,
10 Aen. 1664. Applied to two daughters :má ro thuitset
m'i. ¤ , SG 360.30 .

inger n grazing:asvn. damh aginghearriasg roghlan,
DDána 99 § 19. inghiúr` grass,pasture,pasturage;a
grazing,to graze ,' P. O'C. Cf. 3 inber.

15 ingerta xsee3 in- (a).

ingille n[o,m.] (? compd. ofing+gille q.v.,cf. ing-iarraith)
apart-pledge, anarticlewhich to some extentfalls short of
thevalueof the object for which it is givenin pledge (opp. to
lán-gille) :in-gille cressa cach rig do-sli .u. seotu la aithgin
20`the part-pledge of the girdle of every king is entitled to five
`seds'with compensation,' Laws v 416.11 .in-gille otha
leth n-un[ge] corruicce unge ; lan-gille otha suide, ib. 17
(glossed :.i. ni tobartha son a ngill, gin nib lan-gille`this
is a thing given in pledge, without its being a full pledge
,'
25 ib. y Comm. and :.i. in gell a hindi leth n-uinge, ib. 19
Comm. ).

? 1 ingir ind .i. biad leinib,undeingar ainm in bid bruíter
d'ingein, O'Mulc. 768. ?Cf. geir,gerach.

2 ingir xsee1 ingor.

30 3 ingir xsee1 ingar.

1 inglaine n iā,f.(1 inglan) impurity,uncleanness: iar tarm-
thecht, iar n-i. ¤ , SR 1610. escomna .i. i. ¤ no eisinnracus ... cin
eisidhna no cen i. ¤ do denam fria, O'Dav. 810. ingglaine
.i. neamhghloine, O'Cl.ar i. ¤ ┐ ar coirpthecht a bííd, Thr.
35Hom. 58.9 .adaltras ┐ ingloini, BB 498b23 .

2 inglaine n iā,f.(2 inglan) great purity: ionghloine Phóil
is Pheadair, Arch. Hib. i 99 § 13.

1 inglan adj o, ā (a) unclean,impure: dobar ... cach ndorche
.i. cech i. ¤ , Corm. Y 424. comtairisim caillech n-i. ¤ `a per-
40manence of unclean hags
,' O'Dav. 542. ingglan .i. neamh-
ghlan, O'Cl.bethu ... salach i. ¤ , LU 2418. tibra indglan
Slebe Gam, Met. Dinds. iii 436.16 .Badbh is Macha ...
robdar indglana a lamha, BB 33b13 .as inmain lesin spirut
inglain in peccad némglan, PH 7436. rogab ... fora aith-
45aisechad fein comor o briatraib inglana, D iv 2,75vb11 .
alltánach oirc | ionghlan a fheóil, Irish Texts i 27 § 16 .
Niall óg nachar ionghlan cré, Aithd.D. 17 § 37.
(b) Assubst. o,m.orig.n. impurity,filth: atceas a glan
a n-i. ¤ (glossed :.i. tresc), Hib. Min. 47.18 .iar loscud a
50inglain`after burning away its impurity,' Marco P. § 26.
ataim ... am i. ¤ aduathmur, Études Celt. i 83.14 .Esp.
ordure,excrement: na mairt ... cona ngarr ocus cona n-inn-
glan`with their filth and ordure,' Laws ii 202.4 Comm.
fogabhit na clocha buada ina n-inglanuibh`find the precious
55stones in their droppings
' (of eagles), Marco P. § 178. an
tan bhios fual na hoidhche a meíd mhóir loighduightear
an t-ionglan, 23 K 42,63.z .gibe do ní ionglan maille re
cubur, 109.3 .

2 inglan adj o, ā(5 in-+glan) very pure: adv. ind anim dorigni
60Día dam | hé rostimgair co i. ¤ , SR 2066. nī ḟēd naom nā
nūaērlam | cur re rēim a maithesa | eiri indglan ḟūaranach
(of Colum Cille), ZCP x 340.29 .

inglas ? : ind aquam cessat amaram exinanirehinin glas (leg.
hinn-inglas, whereinglasmay be a mistake foren-glas .i.
65uisce glas, W.S.), Thes. ii 277.43 . Seeenglas.

inglé adj(4 in-+glé) dark,obscure: dobur ... .i. dī-phūr .i.
inglē, Corm. Y 424. cach ndoirche .i. cech ningle, O'C.
1305 (< H 3. 18,p. 541b ).mo c[h]obrad frit nī hinglae
`shall not be unrenowned,' Fianaig. 16 § 46. inghlé impure,
70 unclean , O'R.

in-gleinn xseeas-gleinn.

inglicc adj i(4 in-+glicc) foolish,wanton: tria beirt n-i. ¤ , Rawl.
72a36 .

inglinne [n iā,f.] (4 in-+glinne) insecurity,uncertainty: ris
75cen aisde is inglinne`a tale without verse is insecure,' Met.
Dinds. iii 54.4 .tar inglindi inanfollain (dar éclind, tar
églindne,v.ll.), TBC p. 145 n. 1 .

inglúaised n u,m. vn.of *inglúaisid.act ofmoving: g s.
ro cuirestar uada híí ina hinad urdalta co ham ahingluaisti ,
80 BB 431a22 .

ingna : n a n-earradha catha ... ┐ an-iongnachaáigh` weapons ,'
CRR 82.12 . See1 idna.

ingnad,ingnáth adj o, ā(4 in-+gnáth).d s. d'ingnud, SR 336.
ingnuth, Im. Brain § 2. n p. inganta, LU 1970. g p. n-ingnad,
85 ZCP v 496 § 3. d p. ingantaib, BDD² 455. The formingnam
occurs three times :ca hingnamh cin agam féin, IT ii2116.29 .
nírb ingnam ríghi ṅhĒrenn ... do beith ag Finn, Fianaig.
86.10 .is ingnamh ní dfághail, Hard. ii 290. n.b. The form
ingnáth(:cách, LU 3718 ), a later re-formation fromgnáth, is
frequently used in contrast withgnáthand sometimes
5independently.
I strange,wonderful,remarkable,unusual,unfamiliar:
is i. ¤ linn a n-adciam`we marvel at...,' Ml. 16c5 .ba i. ¤ lium,
Thes. ii 291 § 1 ( Ml. Poems i ).nīrb i. ¤ | i tig Chrundmāil
... | salann for arān cen imm, Bruchst. i § 75 .in ben a
10tírib ingnath (ingnaut,v.l.), Im. Brain § 1. in mnái i n-étuch
ingnuth, § 2. dor-riagat ilardae uisscib indberaib ingantaib
`with wondrous waters,' BDD² 455. is i. ¤ mad brónach
frimsa innocht, 277 .gach maith ... etir biad ocus cuimtig
ocus eccuimdig, etir gnath ocus ingnath, IT i 137.28 .ba
15hi. ¤ sin i nduine nár lég littri no légend ina óitid, Lat. Lives
100.13 .ní hi. ¤ limm cid marb`nec mirum...,' 13.2 .bale
ingnad cíar bo gnád`wonderful though not unknown,'
SC² 477 ( LU 3667 ).airechta écsamla inganta and, LU
1970. is adbul ... ┐ is i. ¤ fria innisin sudigud inna catrach,
20 2074 .is me ra chunnig in coibchi n-ingnaid na ra chunnig
ben riam remom, TBC 30. fér (readfer) écosca ingnaid
of strange appearance, RC xiii 442 § 18. o comla
nad bud i. ¤ a coibeis do beith for ain, Laws i 140.26
Comm. cidh be aighaigh, gnath no ingnath`whatever
25death, usual or unusual
,' ii 170.17 Comm. i. ¤ an clu
ata oruibh-si, CF 452. ciarb i. ¤ la Sen-Garmain un-
known to
, Met. Dinds. iii 246.56 .gnim n-i. ¤ n-indligtheach
... .i. ingnath ara ainmenci, Auraic. 101. a tírib ingnadu,
a tirib gnath, ZCP ii 315.2 .is ingnáth lium ce hiat na
30sluaigh ud, vi 77.33 .guth na n-én n-ingnad, v 496 § 3 .
ingnadh mh' aisling a nEamhuin`wondrous my vision,'
O'Gr. Cat. 334.28. én ┐ etaidi ingnathae na hAffraici,
CCath. 3206. i. ¤ bearar in slúaiged`strangely is the hosting
carried
,' Ir. Review 1912, 250 § 12 .ga srotha innalta
35as ḟearr | locha inganta Éireann, IGT Decl. ex. 2065.
sgél iongnadh, ib. § 178. do bhreith iongnáith éagcosmhail,
Content. v 28. atcluin cach, etir inggnath ┐ gnath`both
common and uncommon
,' FM i 478.11 .is iongnadh an dáil
dóibh, nach tuigid ..., TSh. 109. gurab álainn oireaghdha
40bhíos anam an fhíréin, ní nach iongnadh`which is not to
be wondered at
,' 1328 .nach iongnadh anois nach bhfuilmid
cumasach air aoin-ní smuaineadh uain féin, Donlevy 210.z .
? To this :moltai nui ingainti nad rocheta riam`new
unmade praises
' (gl.inusitata carmina), Ml. 115b4 .Compar.
45andsuperl. is inganto ... a mbeó, LU 5164. ní hinginta a
tabuirt isin mbec iná gabail isin mór, Laws i 270.18 Comm.
conad iat tri neichi is inganta, v 426.9 Comm. mirbuil bud
mo na bud ingantu inas, PH 33. in sét ... is ingantu fūair
Find, Fianaig. 50 § 25. atá toirrcheas uasal álainn | is
50ionganta 'mar iadh brú, Aithd.D. 70 § 12. Equat. nī dechaid
... | marbān badid n-ingnathar, Bruchst. § 102.
IIFreq. used as asubst. o,n., latero,m. IGT Decl.
§ 49.6 . Mod. Ir.iongna(dh). (a) a wonder, amarvel,
amiracle; (of a person)a stranger(as opposed tognáth
55 an acquaintance) : cid armad machdad anísin ol atá
lee dano an ingnad so`since it has this marvel,' Sg. 167a4 .
in rí ... | doarfaid dún cach n-i. ¤ , SR 326. déca cach i. ¤
ar n-úair, LU 3605. dia hordaib écsamlaib ┐ dia
ingantaib, 2076 .do-rala i. ¤ mor mirbolldai and, PH 143.
60 inganta Eirend uili | eter tráigh ocus tuili, Arch. ii 145.26 .
co n-umle, co n-āilgena | fri hingnad, fri gnādh towards
stranger and acquaintance
, iii 320 § 94 .medrait gnáith ┐
ingnaith, ZCP xi 83 § 26. in t-ochtmad i. ¤ , fochlaid fil i tír
Guent, Todd Nenn. 116.7 .beg in t-iongna buadh gá buidh-
65nib, O'Gr. Cat. 507.6. go bhfaicinn a míola mára | mó
gach n-iongnadh, Measgra D. 42.20 .ma théid fear d'íarr-
aidh iongnuidh (: Toirrdhiolbhuigh), IGT Decl. ex. 1298.
go ttiocfa an comhartha nó an t-iongnadh a gcrích, Deut.
xiii 2. Folld. by clause introduced bycia,cé:cia hingnad
70imorro ro-boi and iar fhír, cia no-dechsad hi curp ..., PH
6749. machdath ┐ ingnad lim-sa ... cia no thescfad ...,
TBC 743. neimhiongnadh gin go ndeach dhíom | mo
thoirse ..., Aithd.D. 23 § 18. Folld. also by vn. :cá hingnad
ét ┐ ferg do dúscad air-sium ?, PH 7725.
75 cuirid i n-i. ¤ wonders at: ná cuir i n-iongnadh ... | a
bheith ós chách i gceannus, Content. vi 18. i n-iongnadh
ní curtha dhúinn ... we should not wonder at, 15 .ní cóir a
gcur i n-iongna | breatha ... an Tighiorna`we must not
wonder at
...,' A. Ó Dálaigh lii 37. agá chor i n-iongnadh
80créad as a gcuireadh Dia an cor so nó an cor oile dhíobh,
TSh. 5304. cuirid i n-i. ¤ ar wonders at... in: níor chuir
mé i n-iongna oruibh ... gan bheith I did not wonder at your
not being
..., Aithd.D. 41 § 5. baoi do dhuthracht im dhál-
aibh Erenn do iomchoimeud ag na senchaidhibh nár
85chuirthe i n-iongnadh orra fios da fhoirlethne dhá ffuigfidís,
Geneal. Tracts i 14.2 .
ina i. ¤ ar to be wondered at by(orin) : dá mbiadh in a
iongnadh ar aon duine cionnus b'fhéidir a rádh gur Dia
gach Pearsa dhíobh if anyone should wonder..., Eochairsg.
38.11 .ráth na ríogh dha thoil go dtiobhradh | ná bíodh
5soin 'na iongnadh air let no one be surprised that he should
..., L.Cl.A.Buidhe,237.8 .
(b) wonder,astonishment: ro gab ingnad in dóirseoir
acá faicsin, SG 240.7 .ná bíodh oraibh a n-omhan ná a
n-iongnadh, Keat. Poems 814.
10Dimin. asnpr. m. Ingnadan, ferleighinn Cluana hEraird,
FM ii 938.2 .