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in-loing v indic. pres. s. 3 inloing, Corm. Y 39. Stud. in
E. Ir. Law 135 § 9 n. c .nīhellaing , Corm. Y 447 ( Anecd.
iv 38.10 ).pl. 3 inlongad, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 135 § 9. in-
do-loingad, Laws iv 6.7 .ipv. s. 3 ellaing, O'Dav. 802.
15 subj. pres. s. 3 nadella , O'D. 555 (< H 3. 17,col. 438 ).pret.
s. 3 inlolaig, O'Dav. 1130 =inlolaid, Laws iv 16.21 . ?ellacht,
ACC § 61 ( RC xx 256 ).romnelacht , FM i 330.13 .Pass.
indic. pres. s. inlongar, Bürgsch. 28 § 76. -hellangar, 26 § 74 .
15 § 51. -ellagar, Corm. Y 447 ( Anecd. iv 38.10 ).in-
20longathar, Laws iv 378.7 Comm. -ellaingaither, O'Dav.
614. pret. s. inlochta, O'Dav. 995. roellacht , SR 3551.
RC xx 52.9 .pl. rohellachtai , Alex. 132. Part. s. ellachtae,
Ml. 84a6 .ellachtda, O'Dav. 858. pl. ellachti, Wb. 19c18 .
21c5 . Laterin-was prefixed to the prototonic stem giving
25a new deuterotonic form :pres. s. 3 inellaig, O'Mulc. 537
(=inloing, Corm. Y 39 ).pret. s. 3 roinéillgistar , Laws
iv 16.y Comm. pl. 3 ineillgitar, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 135 § 9
and n. b . See alsoeillgid(RIA Dict. Fasc. II), formed
from the prototonic stem ofin-loing. Bothin-ellaigand
30 eillgidoccur in the Laws glossingin-loing. See Wortkunde
§ 56 and Marstrander, RC xxxvi 370 - 2 . The original sense
seems to have been lays, orputs inoron .
I (a) joins,unites,brings together,puts together: issí in
chathir ind nóib ata ellachti hi crist, Wb. 21c5 .ellachti i
35corp Cristgl.concorporales, 16 .is ellachtae ł. is lán(gl.
conferta)`is compacted, or is full,' Ml. 84a6 .mor ndrong
ndhánai ndheigḟear ndhánamail ro hellachtai and i n-urd
ellaig in chathai`trafen dort bei der feindlichen Begegnung
...,' Alex. 132. sceo ellacht imhuaim n-eisci im rith .i. ocus
40ro heillged aice seom ...`and he connected the mutual move-
ment of the moon about the course (of the sun
),' RC xx 256 § 61
(ACC).
(b) puts upon,lays upon,imposes,bestows,inflicts: feib
ro ellacht doib cech triall | bai a mbennacht for Iosiaph,
45 SR 3551. meraid mo bennacht co cian | feib ro ellacht ni
ba truag, RC xx 52.9 .forsan Trīnōid togaidhi | rē cāch,
iar cāch do ellac[h]t bendacht, Ériu iv 120.12 .Crist mac
Muire ingine | cech maith is é ro ellacht, Anecd. ii 32 1.
ailim Críst feibh ro d-ellacht | mo bennacht for áes ochta,
50 32 § 6. dom riacht forrán la sluagh siuil | rom nelacht
Aedh Róin arráir | im Chonna Cill`Aedh Roin insulted
me last night
,' FM i 330.13 .
(c)Of literary composition,puts together,composes:
anamain .i. ainm airc[h]etail ... `inloing ollam anamain,'
55 Corm. Y 39. cf. O'Dav. 1072. is ē dēach is airegdamh dīb
indi ō n-ellagar nath ; ar nī hellaing nad ellaing nath,
Corm. Y 447 ( Anecd. iv 38.10 ).ní elluing nad elluing nath,
O'D. 2198 (< Nero A vii,p. 137a ).ni ella nad ella nath,
O'D. 555 (< H 3. 17,col. 438 ).fuach .i. rann ... in fuach
60ellachtda`the connected(?)stanza,' O'Dav. 858. cain-
ellaingaither drogh moltar trí .x. de, 614 .
IIIn Laws. (a) imposes(usuallya contractorobligation
on someone) : in-longar for raith iar suidiu in fiach no in
cundrath ara-roib on feichemain ara-tait raith`darauf
65wird derrāthfür die Schuld oder den Handel verpflichtet
,'
Bürgsch. 28 § 76. co-ellangar aitiri luige ?`wie wird zu der
aitiredes Schwurs verpflichter ?
,' 22 § 65 .cesc co hellangar
forsin raith ? ... cach techtae inlongar for raith, O'C. 65 - 6
(< H 3.18,p. 24 ).inlongad bandtaig banc[h]ora`women's
70lands sustain women's contracts
,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 135 § 9.
it fir ín-do-loingad it is men who impose it(i.e. who make an
entry into land), Laws iv 6.7 , glossed :is fir ímfuilgniter
no íneillgiter indtib, ib. 16 Comm.
(b) puts inaclaim for,maintainsaclaim: inlolaigh .i.
75ro heillged,ut estinlolaig Seithir selba`S. entered a claim
for possession
,' O'Dav. 1130 =inloiligh, O'C. 120 (< H 3. 18,
p. 74a ).inlolaid .i. ro eillgestur .i. ro íneillgistar, Laws iv
16.y .is amlaid inloing in ingen a orbe a matha(i)r amail
inloing in mathair fora ingin`a daughter maintains the right
80to the land of her mother just as the mother binds her daughter
,'
Stud. in E. Ir. Law 135 § 9 n. c .
(c) enters,takes possession of: tech inlongar for comdig
ha forcoma[l] neigne which is entered ... by violent seizure,
O'D. 471 (< H 3. 17,c. 368 ) =tech a longar, Laws v 162.19 .
85 secht tealluig ... cibe innlis a mbreith no nos eillgi, O'D.
1187 (< H 2. 15,p. 46b ).
The follg. are obscure :ellaing .i. ellgi-si [ní] estib amach.
Tellaing .i. teillgi-si ní inntib amuigh`i.e. thou puttest
something out of them outwards
; ...i.e. thou puttest some-
thing into them inwards
,' O'Dav. 802. fracc .i. ben nó
5snathat,ut estinlochta fraic folach ┐ rl. .i. foilgither ar
in fraicc in bec ó bhḟuaigend .i. in tsnathat, O'Dav. 995.
inlochta .i. ro airlithar foladh mna, O'C. 464 (< H 3. 18,
p. 245 ) (evidently refers to same passage as above, for the
article :frag .i. ben, follows immediately). ?is a lochtaib
10coiribinlongathareathar` is manned ,' Laws iv 378.7 Comm.
(?is loaded),cf. v 490.11 .

in(n)mad xvariant form ofindlat,q.v. innladh innmhadh,
IGT Decl. § 11 and §104 .

inmada xseeinboth.

15 inmaille n iā,f.(inmall) (a) slowness: la hionmaille a eich,
FM vi 1978.12 .ro airigh siumh Art agá enirtiucchadh
┐ aidhleiscce ┐ ionmoille a cheime, 1916.17 .
(b) longing,yearning: ro gab inmaille ┐ eimeltus Eōgan
fā beith a n-ēgmais Ērenn, ML² 623. o rabui Colum cille
20triacha bliadan i nAlbain dogab inmuilli firiu Erenn immo
decsin, Lism. L. p. 309.28 .a hinmoilli do mheall mé, IGT
Decl. ex. 498. ionmhuille fa Mhac Moire—is í ciall gach
chríosduidhe—(transltd. `a neglect of Mary's Son'), Aithd.D.
79 § 23.
25(c)act offondling,caressing: ro bhuí Adhamhnán ag
buidhe ocus ionmaille fris an naoidhin, Mart. Don. 254.18 .

inmain adj i I (a) dear,beloved: inmain .i. inmāinight[h]e é,
Corm. Y 762. inmain .i. is cosmail do seirc mnā, O'Mulc.
750. ind fíróg i. ¤ , Thes. ii 326.1 ( Hy. iv ).i. ¤ nainm ...
30Aeda`beloved the name ... of Aed,' 295.8 ( SP v ).i. ¤ súil
glass carddais mná, IT i 79.5 .Íssu i. ¤ áge`beloved pillar,' Fél.
Prol. 339. i. ¤ acht la Demon | Eugenia for domun, March 16.
Issau ... robo serccach la Issác, is Iacob ... ropo i. ¤ lía mathair,
SR 2828. a braithre inmuini hi cCrist, Lat. Lives 109.5 .
35 áit i mbaí a hadba i. ¤ , Sc.MMD 24e .batar comalta carthacha
dún. Ba hi. ¤ in fíanlag, BDD² 506. fa díl ┐ fa hinmhain
leis hí, Ériu iii 150.12 .binnither toirm tét n-umi | sephnait
aingil inmuini, iv 96 § 15 .turus inmuin tic cucaib`a fond
visitation is coming to you
,' viii 122.29 .in comfhat bís in
40madrad ina chuilén, atmaid-se a máthair ┐ is inmhain leis
hí, PH 7416. i. ¤ la diabul cech peccad, 7437 .i. ¤ cāch isa
c[h]orpān so most dear, CCellaig 564 .ionmhuin troigh atá
ar na goin, DDána 26 § 24. i. ¤ ráith áoibind innḟúar, IGT
Decl. ex. 353. tabhair, a mhic ionmhain, do chroidhe féin
45damhsa, TSh. 2193. má is ionmhuin leo Sláinte shíorruidhe
a nAnma, Donlevy 470.x .
(b) worthy of love,loveable,excellent: ro pad i. ¤ oenḟer
forsa mbetis na tri dath ucut, IT i 71.17 .aided nárb i. ¤ ,
Sc.MMD 24d .i. ¤ samail frisnid cosmail a nadchīusa ... carpat
50Finde Becce ingine Echdach, TBC² 2874. robad i. ¤ lem in
firt | diambad Chú no bet it richt, LU 3751. robad i. ¤ lá
mád fír | ricfed Cú Chulaind mo thír`it would be a happy
day
,' Serglige 108 (= LU 3316 ).i. ¤ trā hi tuladar fianna
iarum don chath for Gāirich, TBC² 3534. faoilte ionmhuin,
55 DDána 73 § 17.
Compar.andsuperl. ba hinmuniu lé-si Mac Con andate
a secht maic, Fianaig. 36.4 .in rop ailliu lim fo nim | ocus
an rop inmainib | rucais úaim, IT i 80.6 .Fremain Tethbai
bá inmainem lais do duinib Herend, LU 10714. i muin
60cach set bes inde, do neoch bes inmuine, Laws v 382.9 .
Adv. dogab co hi. ¤ ailgen aga hagallaim` affectionately ,'
TTebe 1068 .
IIAssubst. (a) love: tuc do rogrādh im anmain | co
rob lomlān dot inmuin, Ériu iii 31 § 23.
65(b)abeloved person: sochaidhe bhias gan ionmain, FM
ii 914.20 .o do báided mac Crimthain | nocha nfuil m'in-
mhain dá éis`one that I may love,' SG 113.21 .muna dtíos-
ainn lem ionmhain, Measgra D. 44.36 .
Dimin.Inmainén npr. m. g. Flaithbertach macIn-
70mhainen , AU i 462.17 .Flaithbheartach mac Ionmhainéin
abb Inse Cathaigh, Keat. iii 3081.

inmaine n iā,f.(inmain) IGT Decl. p. 44.z . (a) love,affection:
mo ṡercc ocus m'i. ¤ dontí da tucus, IT i 124.21 .maidid
cridi cech duni | dia seirc is dia inmuni, LU 3721. ní
75hescor sáitha atchī | dot [ḟ]ochuidh īer t'inmuini`no loss
of labour thou seest from thy trouble after thy love
,' Fianaig.
16 § 47. na diúlt m'ionmhuine a Féilim, Ériu viii 92.265 .
muna buil ag G. ... ní fhedar mā tā ag duine | m'eineachrus
nā m'inmaine love for me, CCellaig 575 .ro attaig a shetig
80Samson imme sin co ro indisium di in ní sin ... ar ba mor a
hi. ¤ aice, LB 127b17 .soighead go sighnibh toile | is í d'arm
na hionmhuine a weapon of love, DDána 78 § 5. go dtuill-
feam uaibh h'ionmhuine, TD 30 § 18. nach bhfuil a nEirinn
fear is mó ionnmhuine mná iná é, Oss. iii 56.z .san rann-so
85mar a nochtann a ionmhaine dona trí háitibh sin, Keat.
iii 1663. aos inmuine beloved ones,loving ones: ní turnamh
toile | fearg an aosa hionmhoine`the anger of lovers is no
lowering of affection
,' Studies 1921, 588 § 3 .mór leannán
is chnú croidhe | inte dom aos ionmhoine, TD 36 § 2. an
tan do-bhéara suan dá aos ionmhaine féin cum dederit
5dilectis suis somnum, TSh. 2734.
(b) dearness: ni ro fhulaing martrai do thabairt d'Eoin
ar a inmhaine lais, LB 181a1 .
(c) an objectoflove? : nach bhfuil díobhsan uile ionn-
mhuine mná is measa iná mé féin`one less worthy to be loved
10by a woman
,' Oss. iii 56.4 .