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in-greinn v indic. pres. s. 2 an-indagreinn-siu , Ml. 36d2 .
75 s. 3 rel. adgreinn, 140c2 .adgréinn, 73c1 .pl. 3 ingrennat,
127c4 .atamgrennat, 39d13 .asidgrennat, 18d2 .impf.
s. 3 ingrenned, 36d25 .pl. 3 ingreintis, 87c5 .ipv. s. 3
ingrainned, 44a13 .subj. pres. s. 3 arnaingre , 111c6 .subj.
past pl. 3 coingriastais , 38d5 .pret. s. 2 an-inroigrann ,
80 36d7 .s. 3 inroigrainn, 26d3 .inrograinn, 26b24 .ataro-
grainn, 30b2 .ad[r]ogrind, Mór Mum. 267.2 .pl. 3
adroigegrannatar, Ml. 25b11 .Pass. subj. past s. ingriesta
(sic, Corr. p. 137 ), BColm. 64.22 .Vn. ingreimm. Later
as weakvb.formed from the pres. stem :indic. pres. s. 3
85 ingrennid, IT i 181.19 =ingrinnid, LU 2097.
persecutes,pursueswithhostile intent: innaní asidgrennat
gl.persequentium, Ml. 18d2 .ingrennat insequantur, 127c4 .
donaib hí ingreintis duaid`those who used to persecute D.',
87c5 .adgréinngl.persequitur, 73c1 .toibned ł. ingrainned
gl.prosequatur (uel per-), 44a13 .a n-indagreinn-siu, á dé
5`when Thou dost persecute them, O God,' 36d2 .a llethe rissan
ingraim atarograinn Saul`as to the persecution wherewith
S. persecuted them
,' 30b2 .ní con bia cumscugud for pianad
bithsuthin innaní ingrennat inna firianu, 26d12 .ingrinnid
... ┐ loscid anmand na pectach(of a well), LU 2097. ad[r]o-
10grind imorro Lonan innī Chuanaig pursued, Mór Mum.
267.2 .acht ingriesta a Ruba Conaill immach`except he
should be driven out
,' BColm. 64.22 (seeCorr. pp. 137
and 140).

ingremmach n(ingreimm)o,m.quality of -mm- due to analogy
15ofingremmad,etc.? one who is persecuted? : caomhnann
dóchas an t-inghreamach, Hard. ii 399.10 .

ingremmad [n u,m.]vn.ofingremmaid, seeingreimmid.
persecution: an chonsboid, an t-inghreamadh lea linn na
ttainig claochlo uirre go leir(of the Church), Luc. Fid.
20 386.18 .

ingremmthach n o,m.(ingremmad)(a)apursuer,persecutor:
d'imthigheadar gan neart roimhe an t-ingreamthach,
Lamentations i 6 .n p. is lúaithe arninghreamuighnáid
iolair neimhe, iv 19 . ?Leg. -thuigh.

25 ingrentid,ingraintid n i,m.(in-greinn)n s. ingrentid, Wb.
18d4 .ingraintid, Ml. 130c4 .ingrentig, PH 1067. an
t-ingrinntidh , Buile Ṡ. 122.15 .a s. ingrénntig, LB 151a3 .
n p. ingrinntidhe, FM ii 914.16 .a p. frisnahingrintidi , Hib.
Min. 317. g p. ingreinnte, BNnÉ 23.29 .nan-ingrinnti
30(?ingrinntidi, Ed.), 24.y. d p. ingrintidib, PH 5868. ó
ingrinntibh , FM ii 796.13 .
(a)apersecutor, apursuer: Pól ingrentid is preceptóir
nunc fidei , Wb. 18d4 .ingraintidgl.exsequutor, Ml. 130c4 .
comba ingraintid cumachtach donaib hisin a daegl.et
35persecutor es potens. 54b19 .fri Saul fri Abisolon frisna
hingrintidi olchena, Hib. Min. 317. ingrentig na Cristaige
dian ainm Déicc, PH 1067. ro thog Dia Saul ingrénntig
corba Pól apstal hé iarum, LB 151a3 .nar fféde (leigedh,v.l.)
se an t-ingrinntidh sin do ionnsaighe na heagailsi dia hin-
40greim doridhisi, Buile Ṡ. 122.15 - 16 .
(b)aplunderer, aharrier: an Finnfoideach Pattraicc
do orccain ó ingrinntibh, FM ii 796.13 .i ttorcrattar in-
grinntidhe Arda Macha`the plunderers of A.', 914.16 .

-ingriastais xseein-greinn.

45 ingrisi ? : ind a c[h]olpach firind i. ¤ ┐ iuman screpaill, ZCP vi
271.25 .

? ingu ind tlámh dlai i. ¤ d'iubhar dá promadh, O'D. 803 (< H 3.
17,col. 576 ) (occurs in a list ofgalair bunaid,radical defects
in various animals and articles).Cf. tlam (.i. do lín), dlui
50(.i. d'olaind) do iubar da froma, O'C. 1103 (< H 3. 18,
p. 447b ).

ingúalach adj o, ā `coal-black' : dá bhaothghnúis éididh ion-
ghualaigh(of the devil), Aithd.D. 76 § 10.

iní nabbrev. form of O.Ir.ingen uí. Laterní.ben hI Treabh-
55air .i. Caiterína iní Criodacáin, ALC ii 226.18 .

iniam xsee2 éim, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

? iniaratus n act ofseeking: bítt ac a iarraid (iniaratus,
n-iaratus,v.ll.) ar día ..., de Contemptu 2654.

inícc adj cured: boisiúm ... fri rémis ica leighis a caislén corb
60ínícc ┐ ba hogslan he, D iv 2,44rb1 .

inich adj iAlso occurs asinechand, with inorganic ḟ,inḟich.
perfect,complete,full: mas e a huth uile is esbadhach uirre,
is a hatchur ar culu, ocus cura i. ¤ aicinta dar a heisi`a
perfect sheep of the same nature in lieu of her
,' Laws iii 376.10
65Comm. bo infich 'na hinad(i.e. in place of a defective
cow), O'C. 651 (< H 3. 18,p. 315 ).ar is inraic (cach naith-
gin co ecubus) .i. ar is aithgin i. ¤ dlegar ann`for perfect
restitution is due here
,' Laws ii 320.14 Comm. ma ro fitir
in ti dorat, ┐ ni itir in ti dia tart, is aithgin i. ¤ uaidh(of
70stolen goods given as stock), v 218.14 Comm. is aithgin
i. ¤ ┐ fiach gaite(of the non-return of an article lent), 282.3
Comm. logh teora mbo n-í. ¤ , ii 200.29 Comm. cach aithghin
co ninnrucas .i. gur infich, ┐ narab gad, O'D. 661 (< H 3.
17,c. 492a ).is ann atá an aithgin inech, ┐ in dire i. ¤ in tan
75talladh in sét ┐ se i. ¤ , ┐ do gabhadh amuich é fon inecus
cétna, ní mairenn itir é aithghin i. ¤ annsin ann ┐ dire i. ¤ ,
O'D. 662 (<ib.) = O'C. 345 (< H 3.18,p. 191b ).siad so
na ba thugadar na bratri amach .i. ba aile inighthidh (?leg.
inichi) innlaoghtransltd. `beautiful, fat and in-calf cows,'
80 Misc. Arch. Soc. 104.4 . Contrasted withesbadach:is ann
atá an aithgin esbadhach, ┐ in dire inich in tan talladh in
sét ┐ se i. ¤ ┐ ro loitedh an sét ag in fer amuich, O'D. 662.
cin cob esbadach acht an oenmad rand fichit de, is athcur
les, ┐ seoit inica (leg.inicha) tar a nesi and perfect séts (to
85be given) instead of it
, O'D. 1690 (< H 5.15,p. 30b ).gach
aon as fionn, as inich, as mor ..., MS. Mat. 579.35 .Compar.
andsuperl. in fer budh inicha don muintir the most fit person,
Cog. 50 n. 8 (=ba hinicthu, text).ba hinfeich allastigh ┐
allamuigh ..., ┐ ba hinícha allastigh`comely both within
and without, but more comely within
,' BNnÉ i 328 § 59.