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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 ).

in-omblig v indic. pres. s. 3 inomblig, O'Dav. 1119. O'C. 23
(< H 3. 18,p. 10b ).pass. s. inomblegar, Laws iii 22.12 .
lit.milks in from, metaph.levies, exacts,mulcts: inomblig
a macu forru .i. bluighid no toibgidh se altrum a clainne
10forin lucht dorighne`he mulcts or levies the nurture of her
children on those that begot them
,' O'Dav. 1119. cid inomblig
raind itir comorbaib, O'C. 23 (< H 3. 18,p. 10b ) =cid
iminlicc ..., O'C. 258 (<ib.p. 150).inoimbligh fíor, Ériu
xiii 26.11 (?leg. i n-oimbligh, see p. 222 n. ).adregar,
15inomblegar (sic leg.), fegar, asrenar cach ndliged do neimtib,
Laws iii 22.12 .adregar .i. forin cintach ... inomblegar .i.
forin inbleogain, ib. z Comm. Vn. inbleogan,q.v.

inordaigthe adj io, iā(4 in-+ordaigthe,q.v.) irregular,inordi-
nate: bi in fual is é tiugh isil inorduighti (?leg.┐ an puls
20i. ¤ , Ed.), Rosa Ang. 132.1 .adv. biad do caitheam coinordaite
inordinate vivens, 304 n. 5 .

inotacht n ā,f. vn.ofin-otat. (a) entrance, act ofentering:
amal rumbói nephinotacht doibsom tre amairis atá i. ¤ dunni
tri hiris, Wb. 33b5 .droichet dermair ... tri sloig ic a airmirt
25dia inottacht, IT i 184.30 (FA).dorus inotachta in chet-
ramad nime, LU 2106. ni lamtais ina doine i. ¤ na huama,
PH 6317. teit ín anímm cusín sróin dia hí. ¤ , 8153 .íc í. ¤ í
tirib aneoil, BB 500b46 .in dorus becc is taris tiagair (oc
inottacht) amach co glend I. ¤ , ZCP xvii 227.14 .is anair ata
30inottacht docum in ádnocuil(ab oriente habens introitum),
228.12 . ? To this :inotchet (?leg.inotecht) .i. taithiged
no ceimniugud, O'Dav. 1143.
(b) beginning, act ofentering upon(a state, work, age,
etc.) : muna tecma fogail i nindotacht in gnima`at the
35commencement of the work
,' Laws iii 172.z Comm. in indot-
acht in ced béime, 174.23 Comm. a n-inditecht na dech-
maide medonchi`at the beginning of the middle ten days,'
iv 2.26 Comm. in eniclann sin doib otha indotacht na
haisi(i.e.from the time of their coming to the appointed
40age), v 86.13 Comm. otha inditecht a naisi co ria fuiririudh
aoisi, O'C. 1267 (< H 3. 18,p. 513 ).gidh e fuiririudh an
laei he, is e innotacht cleith[e](i.e.this class of theft is the
completion of the lesser kind and the beginning of the
greater), O'C. 698 (<ib.p. 337).o shé leithpinginde gabar
45indotacht in tomais(i.e.the calculation starts from that basis),
O'C. 998 (<ib., p. 426b).in n-indottacht a n-oeitidh,
Anecd. v 24 n. 9 .scela Alaxandir o aimsir inotachta co
haimsir a chatha fri Poir`von der Zeit seiner Ankunft,'
Alex. 558.
50(c)act ofinhabiting;dwelling,abode (abstr. sense) :ba
deamhan ro ghab ionatocht innte that took up its abode
therein
, Leb. Gab. 144.6 .ro baoi a áitreach agus a ionatacht
athaidh isin bhfearonn sin, Hy Fiachr. 78.7 .a gcathraigh ...
Granobile ro buī a i. ¤ ┐ a chomhnaighe, Fl. Earls 132.21 .
55 ro cosnadh tra la lucht a hinotachta an gcathraig`inhabi-
tants
,' 38.17 .dithreabha gan ionatocht gan aitreabhadh,
Hugh Roe 82.27 .o na haittreabhtachaibh báttar acca
ionatacht gó sin who occupied it, FM vi 2268.5 .bá hann
baoí ionattacht Ch. for crannóicc locha B., v 1574.23 .
60(d) In grammar, the case formed byi n-with the acc.
or dat.,`ingressive case' : i fer a i. ¤ uathaid, i firu (no a feraib)
a i. ¤ ilair, Auraic. 1782. Cf. Goid.² 73.16 .ar geibit arin
focul is tregdad ┐ as aitreib ┐ is innuttacht ┐ as ascnam
`for it includes the words perforative, locative, ingressive, and
65advancive
,' Auraic. 1724. ni bia inn atreib cen in innotacht,
1725 .

-inotaig xseein-otat.

in-otat v indic. pres. s. 3 inotat, SM Facs. 14b8 . 20 .pl. 1
inotgam, Ml. 96b5 .3 inotgat, 44c22 .subj. pres. s. 3
70 inuait, Ériu ix 29.29 .pl. 1 inotsam, Ml. 16a16 .fut. pl. 3
-inotsat, Wb. 33a14 .pret. s. 1 perf. inrualadsa, Ml. 142a2 .
2 perf. huarindualadsu , 93c14 .3 inolaid, 25a21 .perf.
inrualaid, 71c7 .adrūalaid, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 6 § 1. pl. 3
perf. inrualdatar,nadrindualdatar , Ml. 24b11 .Pass. pres.
75 s. [i n-]inotagar , Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. 18 § 8.5 . As weak
vb.:pret. s. 3 roinotaig , Fl. Earls 150.25 . (a)
enters into: hua rindualadsu quo inisti, Ml. 93c14 .
inrúaldatargl.inruit, 62b15 .inotsamgl.inire (certamen),
16a16 .dondíinolaid gl.ingredienti, 25a21 .māl adrūalaid
80(v.l.itrulaidh) īatha marb, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 6 § 1. feis
(leg. féis, O'D. 1671 )inuait nithlaind`a trespass which
enters a cornfield
' (recte a sow that enters...), Ériu ix 29.29
(the passage deals with trespass by anorc-pheta).fer oa
n-elat bech roch lamethar forgull inotat in saithe hi tir a
85chele and who dares testify that the swarm entered into...,
SM Facs. 14b8 (= Laws iv 190.12 ).inotat saithe doeit hi
thir comaithich bes comoccus doib uile, ib. 14b20 ( ib. 192.10 ).
bat labor fri labra, [i-n]inotagar cath whereby battle is
entered into
?, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. 18 § 8.5 .ro inotaig
┐ ro aittreb and, Fl. Earls 150.25 .
5(b) comes upon,happens upon? : inrualadsagl.offendi,
Ml. 142a2 .ní nad rindualdatar acht inrualdatargl.non
nihil trepidationis incurrerent, 24b11 .nanní du fochaidib
inotgam, 96b5 .