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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.

5 iníchtar n[o,m.] (5 in-+íchtar)thedepths, thelowest part:
ó randaibh neime anuas co hi. ¤ na talman, de Contemptu
2788. do cruthaigh dia in duine do inichtar na talman
`the very basest part,' 86 .éireóchaidh ... anticríst a hi. ¤
ifrin, 2767 .

10 iníchtarach adj o, ā(iníchtar) lower,lowermost, belonging to
thedepths: in draic inichtarach, LU 2137. fond i. ¤ na cath-
rach, 2038 .ni búi scibudh anma na betha[d] [i]na leth
inichturaigh`in his lower half,' CCath. 2091. figair sib-
sanach a mbil-chimhas inichtarach ica n-imcomailt frisna
15hasanaibh iarnaidhib`of their bottom-fringes,' 4649 .hi
cubhachail iniochtaraigh in inmedhón na luinge, FM v
1862.15 .

inichus [n u,m.] (inich) perfection,completeness,fulness:
indracus .i. inichus ... caiti innrucuis na fiach .i. caiti inichuis
20na fiach .i. dairt ┐ colpach ┐ samaisc, O'Dav. 1114. is ann
ata an aithgin inech ┐ in dire inich in tan talladh in sét ┐
se inich, ┐ do gabhadh amuich é fon inecus cétna, ní mairenn
itir é aithghin inich annsin ann ┐ dire inich, O'D. 662 (< H 3.
17,col. 492a ) =fon i. ¤ cetna, O'C. 345 (< H 3. 18,p. 191b ).
25?in crioch i ndénann ... a cunnra ... meas ┐ focal ┐ i. ¤ na
criche sin uada, O'D. 665 (< H 3. 17,c. 496a ).

? inic(h)il ? : ind fil aimsear i fil inicil altruma, masa iarraidh
mic righ tuccadh re mac in aithighidh, O'D. 2240 (< Rawl.
B 506,fo. 16c ). Butcf. imchil .i. cil cach claon, O'C. 827
30(< H 3. 18,p. 379b ), a gloss on the same or a similar passage.

inic(h)in ? : adv muinnter enig inichin | d'ócaib dercaib tenn-
sadchib im thenid astig` within ,a household generous, a
welcome of red, firm-fed men, around the fire
,' Aisl. MC 39.7 =
muinter enich inicin, 121.13 . ? To this :tuccaid oraib a
35íniccin | ní thánic dib a dhíguil, Celt. Rev. ii 304.11 , but
the line is hypermetric and prob. corrupt.

inidil,inithil adj i clandestine,secret: inidilgl.clandistinus
(sic), Sg. 222b3 .inithlib .i. diamraib(gl.clandestinís),
Ml. 80b8 .inithil .i. inmedhonach .i. intrebh tighe i medon,
40 O'C. 108 (< H 3. 18,p. 70 ). Dimin. usedadverbially:
indinidleán gl.clanculum, Sg. 222b2 .

iníga n m. the name of someplant: don ghaili .i. timsaighter
inígha ocus cruadhaighter re teine ocus déntar min de,
O'Gr. Cat. 194.4.

45 in(n)igthecht [n ā,f.] (? <iniquitas) injustice,unfairness? :
ni bhfuil innightheacht a ndia, Luc. Fid. 278.7 .nach
bhfuil dia breugach nach bhfuil inightheacht a ndia, 311.12 .

inill adj i(see Thurn., KZ 48.56 ) Mod. Ir. usuallyinnill. I safe,
secure,careful,trusty: fidhquasi fidus est.i. innill hé, Corm.
50Y 617. innill .i. in ello .i. indtus .i. i n-ursae. Inill inell ;
ello graece intro ; innill didiu intra, 764 .inillgl.tuta, Gild.
Lor. 74. a thigerna bi at luir[i]g ro inillgl.domine esto lorica
tutisima, 147 .innill .i. urasa, O'Cl.is in dun no a n-inut i. ¤ ,
Laws ii 2.10 Comm. tír daingen dodaing ... innill ... ocus
55carracbenna sliaph ... impi, CCath. 3803. coimedaig inill`a
vigilant keeper
,' MR 170.17 .Matha mac Alphe, in sui
ordraic inill na rothairind demum, PH 3371. cu tarda
thalmain nderrit ndiamhair n-inill n-aluind n-etarscartha
dhó o dhainib, Lism.L. 3561. céin nóbítis na hossada ar
60cóir ... ba hinill do Grécaib techt isin Trói, TTr.² 1260.
dá mbeath m'éag 'na éag inill, DDána 11 § 8. ar siúr innill
aobhdhai-ne(of the Blessed Virgin), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxi 10.
teagar inill`prudent preparation(?),' TD 25 § 39. ar n-iul
an uair nach inill | mo shiur ní huaim airighim`when my
65course is dangerous
,' PBocht 17 § 34. aird nó aircend nait
ionta innille, Hugh Roe 184.22 .go ndleaghair dhó faire
innill do dhéanamh air féin, TSh. 7269. innill ó smacht
`safe from control,' Keat. i 178.67 .nír bho hinnill leó
anmhain isin ffiodbhadh, FM vi 1900.11 .Compar. ata inilliu
70(gl.tutiora), Ml. 110d11 .is ferr lais ┐ is inildiu do anmin
neich ind fit bec mínquam..., Mon. Tall. 152.17 .stiúr, a
Dhé, ar an iúl inne, | gi-bé iúl is innille, Measgra D. 52.104 .
a naés diairm do légadh uatha i slighidh be hinnille inás
an conair ..., FM vi 2016.9 .Superl.forcompar. ni fag-
75baimsi isin domun (sic leg.) uile rann is innillium ... inas
in Tesail, CCath. 4287.
Adv. securely,carefully,in safety: tre múr anfaidh go
hinnill`through the stormy sea in safety,' BNnÉ i 214.35 .
coimét-sa in cathair co hinill, ZCP vi 45.13 .Muire ... |
80leanam uile go hinnill (: thirim), DDána 24 § 19. mar do
bātar sligthe salchae ┐ ard-bhōthair imchomhga ... ō Doua
go Turnae, nī hinnill rug fer a scrīptha ... so mess ... ar
in regiōn` easily ', Fl. Earls 40.14 .tor do dhéanamh chomh
hard soin ... go bhféadfadaois na huaisle ... bheith go
85hinnill ionnta gan baoghal na díleann, Keat. ii 32.
IIAssubst.,aprotector,guardian;a stronghold,secure
place,security: innill .i. daingean . roseagaid innill .i. do
ionnsaigeadar ionadh daingean, O'Cl.inillgl.tutor, Sg.
13a3 .lan fiach for inti do gni in fubtadh, gid i n-innill cid
i n-eisinnill`whether in a place of security...,' Laws i 178.6
5Comm. do caemtet a heslinn co innill, co netarscarad friu i
n-inill`he accompanies them from an insecure place to a place
of security, and separates from them in that place of security
,'
242.8 .tucc a dirma slóigh ... leis a hin[n]illib denna Diraich
`out of the security of the fortress of D.', CCath. 3465. bidh
10a ngalar nech is slán | ... bidh a n-inill nech is trú | is bidh
a n-eisinill étrú, ZCP vii 302.x .mo inill ar forrán`my
safeguard
,' Gorm. Jan. 28. béaraidh Míchéal aingeal inn |
ó eisinill go hinill, Dán Dé xiv 6. inill`afortress ,' O'R.