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innonn adv(earlier *inn-oll. Thurn. KZ 48.56 q.v.). Later
60 anonn.Of place,yonder,over,thither,to that side ;of
time,hence,forwards,on ;of enumeration,on,out ;
occasionally it seems to mean yonder,on that side with-
out motion being implied. temporeo sund innonn
henceforth , Wb. 22d8 .hua sunt innúnngl.ultra, Ml. 100d6 .
65 innúnn hílle(rectius hílle innúnn) gl.húc atque illuc, 47d6 .
(cf. innúnn, illegl.recedere, accedere, 27d15 and 16 ).bertair
dano briathra asin stoir-sea innun do fuillned inna salm
innunn the psalms (that are) on the other side?, 26c6 .tar
crích innunn`beyond the boundary,' Sg. 217b12 .sech inn
70aimsir crichnigthi hínnunn`beyond the definite time,' 13 .
docoid tar recht naicnid hinnun`he has transgressed a law
of nature
,' 16 .ro chualatar Ulaid innund in andord, IT i
73.4 .rucad si innund co Conchobar, co mbái for a láim,
76.10 .co mbatar ic fegad in dúnaid úathu innund, iii
75476.175 .tecait innund isin dúnud ┐ ferthair firchain fáilti
friu, 468.83 .dotháet isin cath innond, TBC² 1993. for
tonnaib otha carraic anunn`from the rock out,' Laws v
484.26 Comm. otha na secht firu dec anunn, iv 42.24
Comm. mas ar dia rucad anund he`if it was out of charity
80he was brought in
,' iii 198.z Comm. a breith inunn in conuir
tuccadh amach to take it in by the same way..., ii 14.12
Comm. na seotu cirneas anunn cu hindligtech the `seds'
which he unlawfully bestows
, 312.5 Comm. da ḟastodh anund
to keep them yonder(i.e. within the tribe), iv 288.13 Comm.
85 mac faosam (sic) do derbfine ... beirid uili in fearann ...
iar ndul anunn don gaire`after having gone over (into the
family
) ...,' 288.23 Comm. duine ... ata re fine amuigh ...
co na gabur anunn e can fir de lais, 294.19 Comm. o sin
anund .i. ota na seacht primaisti amach, Auraic. 1585.
[ní] ba síri traigidh húad ille ┐ hinnonn airm hi toethsad
5` hither and thither ,' BDD² 1097. ní fil ní nád faelasa ó
sin innonn`from that out,' 739 .fer díb dar múr immach
... ┐ Crom Deróil dar múr innond, MU² 503. an cethrar
út ... tabrat don cethrar anunn | deoch gach fhir ocus
abull, SG 112.12 .intan tancatarsom istech innund, Ériu
10 v 212.93 .cóic seóit ó suidiu anund, ii 204.19 .sech ni
thecat ille, ni thiagat innond, RC x 52.16 .coraigi in carraig
sin anunn ┐ anall aris coraigi in port, BB 459b36 .ó thráth
nóna anund, IGT Decl. ex. 891. a litir léigim anonn`which
I send yonder
,' Studies 1918, 454 § 18 .do dheachaidh mac
15righ Saxan tairis inunn ... do chosaoid Hugo ... re a athair,
FM iii 68.2 .ar na bhogadh anonn sa nall`tossed to and fro,'
Prov. xxi 6. ar son chreidhimh go dian díreach, | gan dul
seach anonn ná anall, Keat. Poems 1334.
Freq. used in ref. to the next world,cf. talland Eng. `the
20other side
' :is i crist beimmi iar techt innonn, Wb. 21b7 .
innahi fodaimem re techt innúnn, Ml. 111c13 .nā ruccam
anonn | nach peacadh lind, Arch. iii 231.10 .dorata Dīa
... dó ... flaith nime īar rīachtu anunn, ZCP iv 242.29 .

innorba n heritage,property(in land only) : cf. cach foraibith
25rechtge andilsi ┐ aninnorba céin mar tá la éiric a cinuidh
dia n-éis over whom an edict of forfeiture and deprivation
of property
(orincapability-of-possessing?)prevails?, O'D.
712 (< H 3. 17,c. 520 ) (=aninorba cen martar la heiric a
cina go cenn rechtge, O'C. 2545 (< Eg. 88,fo. 45d )).ocus
30foratha a forus andilsi ┐ aninnorba aos urfogra ...,ib. fose-
sithar nech inn inorba which anyone keeps in his property?,
O'C. 892 (< H 3. 18,p. 398a ).

innotai adj. d s f. Eripilus érlond a hAnciri. ¤ imcéin` notice-
able ,' TTr.² 1196 (=Lat.innotatus?, Ed.).

35 ? innrathach ? : adj ma innraithach é ag fir-derga neich, dligidh
a fir-dergadh fein inn, O'C. 1766 (< 23 Q 6,p. 36 ) =án
gach gala gonta nurrad diam rechtaigh ro naile urderg .i.
ma innraighthi é ag fir-derga neith, dligid a fir-derga fein
inn, O'C. 2314 (< Eg. 88,fo. 24 ).

40 innsach ? nby-form ofindsaigid,q.v. act ofgoing to meet,
approaching(in both hostile and friendly sense) : tinol do
Domnall d'innsach Neill ... ┐ Mac Catmhail do ... dul ...
d'innsech Neill`to attack N. ... to join N.,' AU ii 524.16 - 17 =
d'ionnsoighidh Neill ... co ndeachaidh i rann Neill, FM
45 iii 634.4 - 5 .

innsech adj o, ā(?indes) containingmanymilking enclosures? :
táinig a hEamhain innsigh | slóigh eile ar an innillsin,
Aithd.D. 16 § 29 (` marshy ').

inntida ? ind berid neimed leth inntidha .i. leth innudh ┐ in
50aithgin uile, O'C. 661 (< H 3. 18,p. 323 ).

inntile n(a)adrinking vessel; awallet: indtile .i. lestar
mbec a talla digh, Corm. Y 793. `inntille' ( intille ,v.l.)
leastar no tiagh, Met. Gl. 19 § 56. inntile`abudget,wallet,
satchel ' ;inntille`adrinking cup ,' O'R.
55(b) Used in ref. to land :inntile tire .i. inat i tallad
(?leg.talla) in comorba, inntile dono. .i. lestar mbec i talla
digh, O'C. 108 (< H 3. 18,p. 70 ).

innú adv(1 in+1 nú) lately,recently: gilla nobīd sunn innu,
diarbu chomainm Caulaind [Cū], ZCP viii 218 § 20.

60 innúas advforanúas q.v. noticed cach laói co leth conaire
innūas, BColm. 18.15 .Cf. innís, above.

innuc xsee1 indech.

? innud n d s. thigh? : sleg cuicrinni na láim. Colg dét iarna
innud(iarna iomdha, iarna cinddruim,v.ll.), TBC 5250.

65 innuraid xseeur(a)id.

inó xfornó, see1 nó.deilb dā tegdais inō trī, Arch. iii 236 § 8.

inocht,intocht n act ofleaving,going out of: atbert in taingil
friu inocht in ninaidh sin do denam, Rawl. B 512,124rb7 .
aca herail forro intocht ann inaid a mbadar, 132vb33 .

70 inóclach xsees.v. 3 in-.

inóclachus n m.(inóclach)`valour' ;warlike array? : ni
frith nech bud cosmail ris ar deilb na ar inoglachus` heroism ,'
RC xix 16.12 .┐ sí arna níamad do dheisi ┐ do inoclachus
`shining with beauty and valour,' 122 § 87 . Seedeise,
75Contrib.

inol n o g s. inoil, Laws v 80.12 .ineoil, 16 Comm. the name
of one of thelower gradesorranks in society . Mac Neill,
Celtic Ireland p. xiv n. , says that the three classesgarad,
flescach, andinol`comprise minors at different ages.'
80 fodla febe tra : inol, ocus flesgach, ocus garaid, ... ocus
boairi tanaisi ocus ogairi tuisi, Laws v 78.23 .etym. gl.:
.i. in ti bis ┐ ind a elle 'na oil .i. in pattaire no in sutaire no
in cliaraighi`he who goes with the top of his thong in his
cheek, the leather-bottle maker
...,' 80.1 Comm. dire n-inoil :
85cnai olla`the dire of an inol is a fleece of wool,' 12 .o iseal
.i. o inol, iii 16.4 Comm. coirpdire tra otha i. ¤ co hor, secht
nuinge trichat ...(i.e. from the lowest to the highest), O'C.
1442 (< H 3. 18,p. 644b ).coirpdire caich ... otha ollomh go
hi. ¤ , O'C. 1758 (< 23 Q 6,p. 35a ).madh i. ¤ bes la coimdidh
an`inol'who is in the household of a lord, O'D. 2309
5(< Rawl. B 506,fo. 31a ).