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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 .

inmainecht [n ā,f.] (inmaine) love,affection: illda a hinmai[n]-
echt im seircc nde, Fél.² xlv § 11 .is mou is ar a uamun
nofhógnatis dó thall, inás ar a grad ┐ ar a i. ¤ , PH 7873.

inmaire [n iā,f.] (inmar) fatness,obesity: impessi .i. ho methi
15┐ inmairi(gl.obesi), Ml. 20a25 .rechti .i. rorecht ho methi ┐
inmairi`distended,i.e. it has been distended by fat and
obesity
,' 20a23 .

inmaisnige ngl.parsimonia, Sg. 51a6 .

inmall adj o, ā(5 in-+mall) very slow,wearisome,sad: diar
20lóid arnáp i. ¤ `so that our lay may not be tedious,' Fél. Prol.
323. súi diand Ériu i. ¤ `a sage for whom Ireland is sad,'
Sept. 10. ní léim nimḟann (inmall,v.l.), Dec. 31. longa
... troma, úra, inmalla ... ┐ nírb' urusa a ndírugud, CCath.
1977. gerbo lesc ainesccaid i. ¤ an eirghe sin atract for deoidh
25in grian, 4430 .labra inmhall aithrighidh, IGT Decl. ex.
404 .ar cathaighthibh na colna | le hainmhianaibh ion-
mhalla sluggish , DDána 53 § 10. ni tic so acht co hi deis a
ceile` slowly,by degrees ' (of lethargy), Rosa Ang. 230.2 .
madh ionmhall an néll go Nás | as fás én ngioghrann tre
30ghiús, IGT Decl. ex. 1960.

inmálla adj io, iā, (?5 in-+málla). See also Carney, Butler
Poems 2095 n. ) stately: cém fosud n-inmálla acci, BDD² 40.
tochim fossad n-álaind n-ínmalla, LU 8253. Poimp fein ...
cona senatoraib ┐ cona consulaip ... ina mbroin moir marc-
35sluaig inmalla forustu, CCath. 4881. a geal-Lāmh inmhālla
Ōir, Butler Poems 2095.

inmallaigid (mall) retards: part. d s.assubst.?tri dodair
d'inmallaigthe , Lib. Hymn. i 74.21 .

inmallugud vn.ofinmallaigid. retardation(of the moon) :
40 a s. is dodar uari fri hi. ¤ cach lai ocus leth n-unga, Lib. Hymn.
i 74.22 .

inmar adj o, ā I fatty,oily;luscious,tender: gabaid for ongad-
comailt a cuirp do ola ┐ do neit[h]ib inmaraib eli`other
smeary things
,' CCath. 2935. a fobairt co frichnamhach
45firglic a llendaib inmara olarda`dipt with cunning care in
juicy, oily, fatty liquids
,' 5216 .tānic lōn lim-sa don proindtig
┐ berbtaiger lim-sa ar losaib ... co mba hinmar`so that
it is a savoury dish
,' Ériu i 44.21 .
IIMore freq. assubst. o,m. (a) fat,juice,rich food,
50 condiment? : innmhar, IGT Decl. p. 54.23 .a mbōi d'inmar
intib, ina medón fén dochóid(of meat roasting before a
fire), Aisl. MC 63.14 .in ginach cona fodlaibh .i. ro-íta ōil,
olar, inmar`great thirst of drinking, juice and relish,' 125.13 .
meic messai, meic thoraid, | meic holair, meic inmair(in
55a mock pedigree), 33.20 .no sechmallad .i. in mbeoil, nó
in mboḟeoil, nó in n-inmar .i. ro sechmallastar in cuirm ┐
na huili inmaru, RC xx 264.1 .nech loinges re na thrath
no chaithess inmar (sic leg.) nach gnath, Reeves on the Céli
Dé 209.13 .fiacail Mochta ... cen sugh n-inmoir seacha siss
60`without juice of a dainty passing it downwards,' RC xvii
134.z .is é na tarat nach n-inmar no nach ní mesc ina
churp riam, Lism. L. 4489. ni caithedh feoil ┐ ni ithed
inmar`condiment,' 316.26 .gan bainne gan lionn, gan
feoil (ionmur,v.l.) gan annland, BNnÉ 233.21 .braisech
65nennta mar bethaidh tria bithe gan ionmar gan methradh
itir`without dripping or fat,' Mart. Don. 164.3 . (b)
In more general sense,luxury,feasting: ar a breith do
bí an t-inmhar | nírbh ingnad dí beith bronnmhar, IGT
Decl. ex. 382.

70 inmarda adj io, iā, (inmar) rich(of food),juicy: mo sháith do
bíud olardai inmárdai, Aisl. MC 29.23 .ni chaitheadh biadha
inmarra acht luibhe ailghena ┐ airera etroma, Lism. L.
2519.

? inmasail : ind rí ón ḟiort go hionmhasail (?leg.go n-ionn-
75mhusaibh, Ed.), Aithd. D. 65 § 31.

inme xseeindme.

inmechus n o,m. wealth,patrimony: comadha mora aili
d'eachaibh ┐ d'eidedh ┐ do medughadh gacha hínmhechu[i]s
archena, AU iii 416.14 .fer séin fa mó daonnacht ocus
80daigh einech do ghalloibh Erenn acht ge ro bernadh fó
na inmechus é`although he was injured regarding his pro-
perty
,' ALC ii 230.6 Cf. indme.

inmedón n[o,m.] middle,centre,inside;the mean: tú táinig
... | san inmheadhón eatorra, TD 20 § 49. a lān pūdair do
85bheith a n-inmhedhōn na coinnle inside the candle, Fl.
Earls 50.17 .gur chomhshuidhighset é a n-inmedhōn ┐
a gcert-lār in rīg-rōid(of a chapel), 124.19 .do écc in in-
medhon a aoisi(of one dying at forty-five), FM v 1724.10 .
o forimell go hinmheadhon ab exterioribus ad interiora,
23 K 42,94.3 .fual buidhe ... ag dol a n-inmheadhón idir
5thighe ┐ thanacht midway between..., 147.18 .íar n-i. ¤
inwardly,within: eccraitas ┐ éttairisecht íar n-inmhedhón
i saorchlandhaibh slechta Míleadh fri Gallaibh, Hugh Roe
60.11 .nī mōr do daoinip dhomain lēiccit d'faixin in chais-
lēin ier n-inmhedhón, Fl. Earls 108.x .