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ingnas n ā,f.(4 in-+gnássee O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 189 )n s.
bithingnas(: glas), Liad. and Cuir. 16.z .a s. -ingnais(: mais),
Thes. ii 291 § 4 ( Ml. Poems 1 ).d s. īarn-ingnais , Bruchst.
§ 162. d p. oingnasaib , LL 119b35 . Later thea s.andd s.
40form,ingnais, came to be used asn s.:ingnais, ZCP vii
309.24 .ingnáis, Fél.² clxxxv 5. ingnius( ingnais ,v.l.), IT i
80.9 .
absence,loss,deprivation: dignas .i. nī ingnas ē` infre-
quency?,' O'Mulc. 313. ní dúthrais a bithingnais`his
45perpetual absence
,' Thes. ii 291 § 4. ol is maith for comgnas |
is tromm form for n-i. ¤ , Fél. Ep. 380. īar n-ingnais a mennata
`von seinem Heimatsitze geschieden,' Bruchst. § 162. a
n-ingnius (a ingnais,v.l.) is toirrsi lium(Deirdre, of the sons
ofUisnech), IT i 80.9 .ingnáis do chenéoil duit co llaa
50hecca`thy family absent from thee' (to a cleric), Fél.²
clxxxv 5. ni rucaim form t'ingnais-siu`I cannot bear thy
absence
,' Trip. 174.9 .domgní mūichnech ingnais Érenn,
ZCP vii 309.24 =rom lin maith indeccmais E., Reeves,
Adamn. 274.13 .tria hingnais a cuislinne of his flute, D
55iv 2,53va22 . Used asvn.:bid maith fri foichill brátha
| na duine gnátha d'ingnais not to frequent the society of
ordinary people
?, ZCP vii 298.14 .ro badh miann dom
mheanmuin-si iongnuis ithfrinn fhuair toavoid , F i 2,p.
273.x.
60Most freq. in phrasei n-ingnaismeaning (a) (i) in the
absence of,deprived of,without,absent from: bith i n-ingnaiss
do mna, IT i 130.1 .is mitharba lend cach main ... it
ingnais, RC xiv 400 § 4. amal atai, a n-ingnais do thlachta
`without thy raiment,' Todd Lect. iii 54.17 .cid fata no
65beith in ingnais in taigi`absent from the house,' Cog. 50.5 .
ní in bhar niongnais`it will be in your presence,' BNnÉ
247.7 .ni ro fhedsad treabhadh a niongnais an daim, 186.30 .
Conghal ... a n-iongnus na flatha`(who has been) deprived
of
...,' ITS v 46.22 .fada les-[s]um comnaidi na nGrec i
70n-ingnais in chatha`should stay away from the war,' TTebe
2597 .bar n-athair ... beith a n-ingnais a shúl, 4394 .'na
hiongnais fhúair a chabhair | tiomnais uaidh an ealadhain
`he bequeathed the art apart from which he obtained help'
(i.e. he had ceased to practise it), Studies 1918, 99 § 8 .
75 techt 'na iodhnais nach dóigh dhí, | a Róimh ionnmhais is
inmhe, L.Cl.A.Buidhe,257.151 .pibar do berbad ... a mbegan
fina no a n-ingnais fina, 23 P 10³,63b4 . (ii) not in possession
of,not in the possession of: nocha n-airithi lium aithne intí
bis a n-ingnais`who is not in possession,' O'Dav. 1306.
80 gin gu beth acht aen baili d'Erinn ina ingnais`not in his
possession
,' Laws v 50.28 Comm. robudh iasacht gan ind-
lacad dam-sa, imlecán oirechais Ērenn am ingnais, ML²
1411.
(b) (i) besides,apart from;except,with the exception of:
85 in begān slūaig do bī ag Finn ... ūair nī raibi acht cūic
cēt dēc a n-ingnāis con ┐ gilla a farrad Finn, Fianaig. 70.24 .
ised tucad d'ór ┐ d'airgeat as in ingnais séd ┐ cumdach,
CCath. p. 116 n. 12 .in n-ingnais i nderna Murchad, Cog.
184.15 .bid mor ri na n-ingnais sin . . do shil Conuill besides
these
, Fen. 96.21 .maithi Bharun Erenn uile a n-ingnais
5Iarla Uladh, AU ii 396.14 =inégmuis, ALC i 524.22 .
an trat gabus let in cuirp a ningnuis leit in cind
`with the exception of' (of paralysis), Rosa Ang. 248.5 .
gach lae a n-ingnais lae na haicsisi, 23 P 10³,65a21 .
(ii) beyond: is edh is cardiaca and .i. crith gluasachta in craidi
10a ningnuis nadura`praeter naturam,' Rosa Ang. 120.2 .
att boill a ningnuis na nadura, 162.8 .
(c) in spite of: indar leis i n-ingnais a ḟesa ┐ a eolais,
ba hi Medhbh do-bi ann, ZCP viii 542.14 .

ingnáth xseeingnad.

15 ingnatha ind .i. mairb. condodúisigh iongnatha .i. dúiseóchaidh
mairbh, O'Cl. ? a special meaning ofingnad.

ingnáthach,ingnáithech adj o, ā(ingnáth). A later formation
thaningantachwith which it sometimes occurs. strange,
wondrous,remarkable,extraordinary,unusual: is mirbulda ┐
20is ingnathach he, LB 136a22 .tria n-a díumus n-ingnathach
overweening pride, PH 4876. coica ingen ingnathach
(: fáthach), Todd Lect. iii 142 § 2. do tṡil uilcc ingnathaig
a grianbroghaib ifirn anís, Acall. 6249. na fenici ... en
ingnat[h]ach sin(of the Phoenix), CCath. 4158. mór do
25ernailibh bais ingnáthaigh anabhaidh`of wondrous pre-
mature deaths
,' 2081 .ro línadh ... in muir do gach aird
umpu do tai[d]bhsibh ingnaitighibh, ingantaibh`strange
and wondrous portents
,' 822 .biadh budh ingantach ┐ budh
ingnathach, RC xliii 54 § 55. in clogud curadach ┐ in
30t-eideth arrsaid, ingnathach, ZCP vi 88.29 .sgaoil do bholg
fhis iongnáthaigh (: láthair)`your bubble of wondrous know-
ledge
,' Content. xxii 2.

ingnáthaige n iā,f.(ingnáthach) (a) strangeness,wondrousness:
ní ro lic Cú Chulainn a marbad ara n-ingnathaigi (ning-
35náthchi ithe,v.l.), BDD² 1290.
(b) unlikelihood,improbability: ar ingnaithige a tiach-
tain as gin pudhair, O'C. 2327 (< Eg. 88,fo. 25 (26)c ).

ingnech adj o, ā(2 ingen) having nails,claws,talons, orhooves:
ilchoin ... clúaslethna ingnecha, LU 2419. ┐ me mongach i. ¤
40(Tuan mac Cairillspeaking), 1245 .da gríb ingnecha taloned
griffins
, LL 222a26 .dhá eách ... choschaola chrúaidh-
ingnacha hard-hoofed , RC xi 25.33 .éoin etecha ingnecha, iv 252.20
.na hEachcumasccda ... Monica eningnech`the
horse mongrels Monychus the one-hoofed
,' CCath. 3841.
45 sē lāma ... barr-grānna buidh'-ingnecha ag na badhbhuib
sin, ML² 1594. led bhais ... ndaith-ingnigh` bright-nailed ,'
A. Ó Dálaigh xxi 3. rig Connacht creach ingneach of cattle
spoils
?, IT iii 87 § 95. a chorp lan do créchtaib ingnacha
`full of scratched sores' (?read scaly wounds), PH 377.
50 cláir-i. ¤ pnan epithetflat-nailed: mic ConnilCláiringnig , IT
ii2111.38 .
Metaph.carping,critical: nársat i. ¤ ar shenóir, SG 107.21 .
Assubst. ahoofed animal? : g s. grusingnighe the cheese
from a (single) beast
?, O'D. 928 (< H 3.17,col. 658a ).

55 in-gnin v indic. pres. pl. 3 andagniat(?leg. adagninat), IT
iii 237.59 .pret. s. 3 níingéuin , Ml. 69a15 .Pass. pres. s.?
tresan-inginter , Laws ii 262.12 Comm. subj. pres. pl. coní
enggnatar , Sg. 209b13 .Verb. necess. ingnaidi, Ml. 63a9 .
Sg. 74b3 .Vn. engnae.
60 recognises,knows,understands: connach n-ingeuin intí
abimelech`knew him not,' Ml. 52. andagmat iarum comtar
iat in da mucuid, IT iii 237.59 .issed inso nád chumaing
aranísar and coní enggnatar gníma acht asagnintar`that
actions are not understood but they are understood
,' Sg. 209b13 .
65 na dernat acais [a mbais] .i. ar na dernat cin tres a ninginter
a flaith do basugadh through which it is known their chief
(will be) put to death?, Laws ii 262.12 Comm. is ingnaidi
it is to be recognised(gl.intellectus), Ml. 63a9 .a tuasulcud
adi indi rainn ingnaidi`into two intelligible parts,' Sg. 74b3 .
70 it ingnaidigl.ignoscenda(through a misunderstanding of
the meaning of the Latin), Ml. 105c10 .

ingó xseeangó.

ingoire [n iā,f.] (2 ingor) impiety,undutifulness: in mac fuinn-
leghach cin i. ¤ , O'D. 19 (< H 3. 17,col. 18 ).tri cuir tindtai
75mac beo-athar im a athair, nach airmead liubair na Feine
do ar ingaire (sic leg.) a tindtog, Laws v 436.23 .ar uaill
┐ ingaire, Edin. Dinds. No. 58 ( Folklore iv 478 ).

ingoistigther v(goistc)subj. pres. pass. s.of *ingoistigidir
ensnares , formed on the model of the Latin vb. which it
80glosses :ingoistigthergl.inlaqueari [possit], Ml. 28c16 .

1 ingor n(Lat.ancora)n s. cechingor , Wb. 34a2 .ingor, Sg.
38a6 .ingir, RC xv 294.5 .a s. aningir , Fél.² xlvii 10. in
ingair , IT i 39.18 . ?cohingur , Aisl. MC 99.30 .
(a)ananchor:gl.Subburra(=saburra), Sg. 22a5 . gl.
85 sabrateria, 38a6 .sís fucertar cech i. ¤ `down every anchor
is cast
,' Wb. 34a2 .obsolbit ille in ingair loosed the anchor,
IT i 39.18 . With Lat. termination :co ro lecset ingcorum
sis, 21 .feimidset imram nach leth amal nos-fastad ingir
`as if an anchor was holding them,' RC xv 294.5 .ingir .i.
angcaire, O'Cl.
5? To this :co hingur cingir cicharan .i. cráibechān`to
the anchor
...,' Aisl. MC 99.30 .
(b)acarpenter's rule, alevel: ingor .i. ní gor. Ingar
nī cor ille nach innund,sed rectum perpendiculum.i.
diriuchthuillemain, O'Mulc. 745. Of thebuildingof acastle:
10 a díol innigh fúithe fríoth | d'ingir gomadh dlúithe an
sgiath`using his ruler to make firm the defence-work,' Ir.
Monthly 1923, p. 643 § 31 .ingear`alevel,perpendicular;
achainorcordtomeasurewith,' O'R.ingear`a level,' O'Brien.
ingir`acarpenterormason's line ,'ib. ingir`ananchor;
15a line used by carpenters or masons,' O'R.