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iomitre n g s. geometry: dagen fidhairi. ¤ (geomitrice,v.l.)
annso this`I will make a geometrical figure,' ITS xiv 30.10 .
Cf.also Glossary,ib.See alsogeometric.

íomóg n ā,f. ivory: g s. cíor chaomh do chnámhíomóige `of
5ivory bone
,' Ó Bruad. i 136.13 .

Ión xseeIóhain.

Iond adj Ionian: iter in muir n-I. ¤ iar n-airthiur ┐ muir nEig,
TTebe 2605 .

ionfairt xseeúnfairt.

10 Ionnai pn n p. Ionians: Ionnai(=iondai, LL 142b5 ,ionai,
BB 8a57 )na ngrianan nglan, Rawl. 76b32 .

ionncam n income: mar ionncam a fonn na bhfearachon
`as the income he gets from the land...,' Ó Bruad. iii 134.19 .
is gnáth ionncam i bponntaibh`incomes are made up of
15pounds
,' i 76.5 . See Dinneen.

ionncamas n m. `interest' : an pár so ... | a bhráthair
chumainn sin chugaibh le hionncamas`I send back to
thee with interest
,' Ó Bruad. iii 36.x .

ionntrust n interest,reward: ós éigion dúinn iomchar na
20daoirse atá | réidh a rúin m'ionntrust i dtír na ngrás,
Ó Bruad. ii 32.8 . See Dinneen s.v. ionntrast .

ionráin xseeindráithne.

ionráinid v i(ionráin counts,tells(tomake surenone are
missing) : ipv. s. 2 innill agusionráinm'airm ... go ndeach-
25ainn do thseilg, ITS xxiv 2.20 .indic. pres. s. rel. imeochuid
na tréda arís fa lámhuibh an téionráiniosíad, Jer. xxxiii
13 .

íorapais xseeidropis.

Iordanén pnseeEorthanán, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

30 íosóip xseeísóip.

iostad xseeestad, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

? iostaigthe adj `housed,entertained' : ba bhuidheanmhar
brúgha, ... ba h-iosdaighthe ollamhuin le linn an tréin-
Rígh sin, ITS i 50.9 (iosdaighthebeing the extension of a
35contraction, the Ed. suggests perhaps readingiosdaigheach).

iostamail adj(istad) containing many habitations? : cáthair
cheannárd iostamhail, ITS i 164.32 .

iostas n[m.]cf. istad.`accommodation,entertainment' : inneall
┐ i. ¤ an áruis ainiarmhartaigh sin, TSh. 6654. ? By extension,
40 wealth,means of entertainment: ó choigcríochaibh ... | tug
sé ionnmhas iostas is áird leis(of one who profited by his
travel in foreign parts), Hackett xl 94.

íotach (íota, seeít(t)u). Assubst. o,m. athirsty person, a
hard drinker: d s. biadh do thabhairt do'n ocrach, deoch do'n
45 í. ¤ , Donlevy 194.y .n p. íotaighna hAlban, súmairidhe na
Saxon, agus potairidhe na bPleimeanach, Eochairsg. 3.8 .

ipaid xseeepaid, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

iphín,ifín n m. (a)name of a tree with edible berries,a goose-
berry bush? : int ipin, Auraic. 4863. ipin .i. spinan no spin.
50 ut diciturmillsim fedha pin .i. caor, 4304 .amram blais
.i. pin no ifin, 5666 .de atbertar caera pinne ifin dano
secundum alios ainm in feda sin, BB 309a48 .
?long brab iffin, Auraic. 3465.
(b)name of thediphthong ioin theOghamalphabet,
55any diphthong beginning withi, thevowel iwhenmedial:
cidh ini is ipin and (?) .i. guthaige inna comaccomal frisna
guthoighibh oile, Auraic. 4857. fer didiu, ebadh a fiod,
idedh no iphin ina reim no ina tsealpad ... ipin ina togartaid
┐ ina foxlaid, 4854 - 6 .dichongbail and, io no iphin a fidh
60ina remim no ina shealbhadh intan asberar fir .i. ar bit in
dis ina reim, io and amal ata fir, iphin and amal ata do
fir ... iphin amal ata o fhir`two constituents are in it, io or
iphin, its Ogham vowel, in its declension or in its possessive
...,'
1535 - 8 .isna filltib as io no iphin bhis intib in gach baile
65nach mairend [in fhidh bis isin ainmnid]`in the inflections
it is io or iphin that stands in them in every place where
...,'
1541 .mind, iphin and. Min immorro, beg, iphin and,
4395 - 6 .iphin is ar h-i fo meodontacht [atā], 1369 .ipin .i.
i budein, 4421 .... ┐ tiar ┐ miad ifin a feda uile, LL 38b19 .
70 iphin ar defoghur ata i. ¤ stands for a diphthong, Auraic. 1363.
na cúig ifíne, IGT Decl. 5.y .iphinorifin`the name of
those diphthongs that begin with the letter i:
also a hyphen,'
P. O'C. ifinidhe diphthongsandtriphthongs beginningwith
theletter i , O'R.

75 ipthach adj o, ā(ipaid) (a) given to working spells: dunescarat
(leg.dunesarcat, Ed.)eúin énlaithi admai ibdach`cunning
birds, birdflocks of witches save us
' (from an incantation),
Thes. ii 248.12 .mná aupthacha, LU 2191.
(b) Assubst. o,m. one who works evil by means of spells:
80 i. ¤ ł. irchoiltith a destroyer (by spells) or an injurer(gl.
maledicus), Wb. 9b21 .indipthaig gl.uenefici, Ml. 76a20
? To this :iptic .i. on ní as untico inscuirim, O'C. 1981
(< H 4. 22,p. 19 ).

ir- preverbFor many words beginning withir-seeair-ander-.

85 ? ir n agift: i. ¤ .i. tabartus, O'C. 1298 (< H 3. 18,p. 539ab ).
Neimedh co nir na nuile`with the rewarding of all' (glossed:
N. do beireadh tíodnacal do na huilibh, no ag a mbaoi
feronn na nuile aicce), Leb. Gab. 98.5 .