Print Edition

A B C D1 D2 E F G H I L M N O P R S T U


intla(i)sse ? Part.ofind-slaid-. A formintlas,intlásoccurs
perh. through confusion withintlas, above.
(a)Of theornamenton weapons andwar-gear,reins,
garments,shoes,brooches,inlaid?,ornamentedwithinlaid
80work?,with insertion?: delc findruine ... arna necor d'ōr
indtlaisse, TBC² 2040. coica claideb n-órduirn n-intlaisse,
IT iii 464.35 .léni ... co nderginluth intlase, LU 9268.
dá n-all n-aphthi n-i. ¤ , 9262 .i mberrbrócaib intlassib, 7658 .
focheird a lurecha iarnaidi intlaissi immo echraid, TBC
85 2542. claideb órduirn intussil (?leg.intlaisse), MU² 536 .
nái cloidim inntláis órdhaidi, Acall. 1862. bá hétach intlaise
bái ímbi, cona imdénum do dérgór drumnech, TTr.² 494.
clóidib órduirnd imm ḟaebraib ínntlaisi, Alex. 13. claidheamh
ór-dhuirn iontlais, ITS x 6.3 . Misunderstood by later
glossators :inntlais .i. fata,ut estclaidem orduirnn indtlais,
5 O'C. 2073 (< H 4. 22,p. 67b ).ro gabastar a deil ninntlais
ina deis .i. ... a echlasc fada, O'C. 216 (< H 3. 18,p. 112 ).
ionntlas .i. fada. Cloidheamh órdhuirn ionntláis .i.
cloidheamh fada, O'Cl.
(b)Of a colour,dappled? : each ... co ndath cochallach
10ndaolda n-inntlaise, Comp. Con C. 101.8 .

intlecht xseeintliucht.

in(n)tled n ā,f.(ind-*sleth, see O'Brien, Ét. Celt. iii 371 )
ns. does not occur.g s. innaintlide , gl.absidiendi(leg.
ob-), Ml. 23b3 .innaintlidide(leg. intlide)gl.obseditionis,
15 43b2 .n p. indtledu, MS. Mat. 613.29 (= LB 251b16 ).
a p. intleda, Ml. 31c6 , 30a3 .inntledai, PH 1657. intled, Ml.
29d6 .intleithu, BB 497a39 .d p. intledaib(indledaib,v.l.),
Thes. ii 356.16 (Patrick's Hy.).
(a) snare,ambush; act oflying in wait,ambushing:
20 condagaibtis int ais amprom tria n-intleda`that the wicked
used to seize them through their snares
,' Ml. 31c6 .ba hi temul
dugníth Saul ... intleda ┐ erelca fri Duaid, 30a3 .inna i. ¤
betis dillithigl.declinandas (insidias), 29d6 .is tri intleda ┐
bréic dagniatgl.callide, 28c8 .ar intledaib demnae (indledaib,
25inntlechtaib,v.ll.), Thes. ii 356.16 (Patrick's Hy.).na gentlidi
batar isna hintledaib (.i. isna hindlib) who lay in ambush,
Arch. iii 16.6 .fo-ro-damair inntledai dianechtair .i.
carcracha ┐ cúibrigi ... ┐ tómaithme báis, PH 1657. dia
ndeburtsa fritsa do intleithu ┐ du naimdiu, BB 497a39 .
30 dia imcoimhet for inntledhaibh diabhail, FM vi 2218.14 .
(b)? In concrete sense,robber, ambusher: ro gab braighde
ceall Mumhan ar na faccbaidis inntleadha na foghlaidhe
inntibh, Cog. 107 n. 7 (=merligh, text).

intledach adj o, ā(intled) deceitful,treacherous,ensnaring:
35 nī bat anbsaid i. ¤ (anbfaitech,v.l.)(advice to a king), Arch.
iii 315 § 31. rofuabretar na Gréic comairle mbrécaig
n-intledaig`a lying, snaring stratagem,' TTr.² 1178. doni E.
comarli cealcaig n-indtledaig, 1593 .in úir indledhech
... Electo`the snare-laying fury,' MR 168.1 .

40 intledaigid(ir) v g(intled) lies in wait for,ambushes: indic.
pres. pl. 3 airintledaigtair (? for-itir) gl.quoniam ultionum
tuarum uerbera ... insidentur, Ml. 58a1 .rel. intledaigte
gl.insidientium, 39c25 .

intledaigthid n i,m.(intledaigid(ir)) :g p. iar n-indarbad ...
45Iúdaide ┐ gentlige, heretecda ┐ intlidigthe(?leg. -thide)
(`schismaticos') waylayers?(i.e. those who lie in wait to
attack the Church), PH 4644.

intlem n wealth,abundance: intlem .i. fagbail no reic no
fuillem,ut estni bi eric tar on, ... tar einech n-indtlem,
50 O'Dav. 1087. indlem .i. ō indili, O'Mulc. 724. inntliomh
.i. ionnmas. Brian nach ar thaisigh inntleamh ...`B. has
not hoarded wealth
,' O'Cl.gan airgiod gan inntliomh óir,
Ó Bruad. iii 162.13 .do théacht inntliomh uaisle is oirbheirt
`he united stores of noble rank and deeds,' 210.21 .is indlem
55fuair in magh | in ingen ān inna heol it was riches that the
plain received—the noble maiden in her grief
?, BB 403a27
( Met. Dinds. iv 146.15 reads :'sind léim).

intlide adj io, iā, (intled) treacherous,lying in ambush: intlidiu
gl.insidiatrice (nequitia), Ml. 134d6 .ar cach n-olcc n-óg
60n-indlide, SR 8147.

int(ṡ)liucht n u,m.(Lat.intellectus) Late Mid. and Mod. Ir.
intle(a)cht. The formintṡliuchtis due to the analogy
ofintṡamail(Zimmer, KZ xxx 95 ).n s. intliucht, Wb.
26d23 .intintṡliucht , Sg. 201a2 .intlecht, MR 182.19 .
65 ant-indleacht , DDána 3 § 17. g s. intliuchta, Sg. 210a5 .
intṡliuchto, 209b32 .inntlechta, O'C. 970 (< H 3. 18,p. 416 ).
a p. indliuchtu, Ml. 18c11 .g p. innan-intliuchtae , Ml.
26c3 . Seeinntleacht indleacht, IGT Decl. § 24.5 . Laterf.
inntleachtmhór, Begley-MacCurtin 550a16. Cf.Dinneen.
70(a) facultyofunderstanding,intellect,discernment;mind;
act ofdiscerning,distinguishingbetween: intlecht(inntlecht,
v.l.) gl.ingenium, Ir. Gl. 734. maith a n-intlucht foirbthi
a cétbuidi`good (is) their discernment: perfect their senses,'
Wb. 33c18 .pad glicc far n-i. ¤ gl.[re]formamini ... sensus
75uestri, 5c21 .ro léiced a n-i. ¤ foa réir fadésne`their reason
has been left under their own control
,' 5b3 .scríbend menmman
.i. robbói fora inndṡliuchtsom`it had been in his mind,'
Sg. 178b3 - 4 .do neuch lassatá sians ┐ i. ¤ `sense and under-
standing
,' Ml. 124c15 .dénam tormach n-eólais | do i. ¤
80co saichi`to a bad understanding,' Fél. Prol. 318. tabair
dam inad it' churp | iar mo dliged, iar m'i. ¤ , SR 1154.
áes ind intliuchta áin, 7830 .deochair et[er] maith is
olcc | cona raib accaib d'i. ¤ , 1252 .dethbir eter conn ┐ ceill
┐ inntlecht : conn fri forb[th]etaid ┐ ciall fri himcomét ┐
85indtlecht fri etargnugud tuicsina (leg.tuicsen, Ed.) `for
distinguishing ideas
,' O'Dav. 755. tri búada ... .i. búaid
roisc ┐ intliuchta ┐ airdmessa, LU 4791. ar idhna a mes-
raighthe, ocus ar aíne a indtliuchta`on account of the
clearness of his judgment and the nobleness of his intellect
,'
Laws iv 356.19 .aicned .i. in ghne inntlechta ┐ fhaicsina
5na nugdar, O'C. 970 (< H 3. 18,p. 416 ).ecna, i. ¤ , comarle
(among the `secht ndāna Dé dún'), ZCP v 499 § 4. coillet
bar cialla ┐ bar n-íntlechta, Alex. 910. ni roich intlecht
aen duine ... túr na teist, na tuaruscbail D., MR 182.19 .
níor chaomhain ... a intleacht Aristotail, TSh. 611. In
10concrete sense,alearned man, awise man: nech nosfuas-
laiced ... | ni fuar d'intliuchtaib Egept, SR 3312.
(b) ingenuity,skill: míli ... do aes cacha hintluchta, SR
7208. sóifid cách a dán i sáibforcital ┐ i saibintliucht, LL
188c23 .stuagdruimne rinnta ... arna coimecur tre indtlech-
15taibh ollamhan, CCath. 4729. cuis airic derbad a intlechta
`the cause of its invention, as a proof of his ingenuity,
Auraic. 5471. maille hilimud inntlechta ┐ eladhan with great
skill
, St. Ercuil 1625. ar na grabháil ... lé hinntleachd
dáonda, Acts xvii 29 .aidhme iongnaithe d'amhainsi ealadhan
20┐ inntlechta`with great art and ingenuity,' FM iii 280.17 .
(c) meaning,signification(of a word or passage) : do
línad intliuchtauerbi `to perfect the sense of the verb,' Sg.
210a5 .is tríit astoascther intṡliucht cach muid`the meaning
of every mood
,' 148b7 .is hinunn intṡliucht sluindite diblinaib,
25 76b5 .ní redigedar dano i. ¤ ind sailm, Ml. 24d22 .iarsint
i. ¤ ebridiu`according to the Hebrew signification,' 37a8 .do
thintud in suin ebraidi sluindes ilsésu ┐ ilintliuchtu la
ebreu, 37a10 .in cíul ocus in n-i. ¤ fil isint ṡalm, Hib. Min.
174. ar immaircidetaid(MS.ar imairceta) a céille ocus a
30n-intliuchta friu`because of the agreement of their sense and
meaning with them
,' 138 .
(d) contriving,plotting,method,plan,stratagem:
gebaidh (?) luth n-echtrand tria indtleachthaibh drúadh,
TBC 5488. dotuitetar morán tría a inntlecht through his
35contriving
, Aisl. Tund. 105 § 2. muna ffuil inntleacht éigin
agaib d'fhurtacht m'fhoiréigin, Ériu ix 6.57 .co fil fodord
mor ┐ inntlecht oc na hI. ¤ fritt, LB 146c16 .tuig ... nach
ineitigh iad acht dentar intleacht uman ni is lugha dofetar
da tabairt doib de use strategy... (when a convalescent
40patient asks for unsuitable food), 23 P 10³,27b28 .réidh
tre inntleacht do fhéad bheith`by some device He might
have gone free
,' Aithd.D. 58 § 17. do-rinneadh inntleacht
uirre a scheme was devised to deal with it, DDána 88 § 13.
do thuit se d'íntleacht Oiliolla ... a cionaidh éada uim a
45mhnaoi, ITS xvi 74.10 . de ingen[i]is curandi morbos
d'intlecht leigheas nan galur, Mackinnon Cat. 301.24 .
... trem inntlecht ┐ trem ealadhnoib diaplaidhi, Fl. Earls
138.10 . ? To this :tú is t'fían ag imthecht an láidh | mar
inntleacht ngíall do ghabháil, IGT Decl. ex. 1736.