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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 .

1 ír n(Lat.íra)g s.(? org p.)hír, Met. Dinds. ii 50.2 . anger,ill-
feeling: í. ¤ .i. suithin no ferg,ut estcesfaid i n-ilphianaib |
5i n-ifern hír (.i. in ifern fergach no suthain), O'Dav. 1103.
mer .i. mō a ír .i. a ferg, Corm. Y 907. `ír' deabaidh, Met.
Gl. 19 § 56. ir .i. fearg. O'Cl.ferchach fechuir no acer .i. ac
hir .i.ira , Lib. Hymn. i 113 n. 17 .trí ara n-aichnider cach
fergach : í. ¤ , crith, imbánad`an outburst of passion,' Triads
10 188. ri rosáer Samson cen hí. ¤ | do lámaib na Filistín, SR
7353. fuaratar co lór cen hí. ¤ | fáilti ..., 3541 .dorat fo
hí. ¤ for cāch smacht angrily , 3879 .hí. ¤ is ḟerg, 921 .mandra
sál fri ainbthe hí. ¤ (glossed :.i. firinni), LU 2980 (= SG
235.7 ).la demon co ní. ¤ , 9442 .Crimthand ... co nuaill co
15ní. ¤ co nernbass, LL 150b35 .cen cosnum, ... cen ī. ¤ , cen
ingreim, Arch. iii 320 § 90 =cen fír, LB 261b17 .nech marbus
a brathair cen imradud cen debaid cen i. ¤ , Ériu vii 168 § 10.
ni muir trethnach tailgither re n-aibnib ir .i. ris na haibnibh
fergacha, no suthaine, MS. Mat. 617.32 .benaid semanna
20chleath cáol | gremanna a táobh each fá íor, IGT
Decl. ex. 1142. ind Ír(name of a shield), Ériu
iv 28.8 .

2 ír adj long,lasting: ir .i. fada, Stowe Gl. 436. ír .i. suithin
no ferg,ut est... i n-ifern hír .i. in ifern fergach no suthain,
25 O'Dav. 1103. re n-aibnib ir .i. risna haibnibh fergacha, no
suthaine, MS. Mat. 617.32 .Compar. further,longer: nachi-
tochthad (=nachi-t-tochaithed,Edd.) fria choscc ní bes íre
`let him not wear thee out in admonishing him any longer,'
Wb. 31d11 .ni-m-mērat bes hiregl.ultra non proficient,
30 30c20 .is follus ... téte aitherrechtaigthe ní as hire oldáta
maicc ┐ aui`goes further than,' Sg. 30b12 .as hiregl.ulterior,
72b4 .inbiuc íregl.paulo diutius, Ml. 119b1 .onaib hi ata
ireiu(`so Zeuss and W.S., but `irea ist ganz deutlich,'
Holder
,' Edd.'s note) gl.superioribus, Thes. ii 30.30 (Bcr.).
35 nach mét bes n-ire ó adam(gl.tanto peius quanto posterius
quisque) according as he is further removed from Adam,
ZCP vii 485.21 .Superl. [h]irem .i. is sía,ut esthírem
i n-uidhib aitiri uidhe itir rig .i. is dona reib is sia atá dona
haitirib doréir in fenechuis in re atá don rí tét a n-eterus
40`longest in the periods of a hostage is certainly the period of a
king
,' O'Dav. 1066. Cf. sír.

-ír xseeernaid.

irach adj o, ā(ir) bountiful:glossed :.i. tabarach(leg. tabar-
tach), Stowe Gl. 440.

45 írach adj o, ā(1 ír) wrathful,quick to anger: irac .i. feargach,
Stowe Gl. 445. hi. ¤ ¤ , uarach, airbirech(of the devil), SR
942. for clainn n-íraig n-Israhél, 6530 .tucsat leo trénfer
n-í. ¤ | diarb' ainm Gola, 5749 .arsil Ancrist ní. ¤ `will slay
wrathful Antichrist
,' Fél. Sept. 29. dia mba cleirech ní
50ba í. ¤ , LL 360 marg. inf. co crich n-iraig n-Achilon, SR
5632. fri hErinn n-íraig (firglain,v.l.)transltd. `of the
plains
,' Todd Lect. iii 148 § 3 (but there may be a corruption
here as the rhyme is not regular). ?bat buidech corbat
irách, LL 345c18 =tīrach(airech,v.l.), Anecd. iii 13.15 ,
55transltd. ` bountiful ,' RC xlv 17 § 6.

irad n act ofbestowing? : fri hi. ¤ fearbbai ceo (= sceo) gabrai
ailcedae setaibh (.i. seoit imda do tiodnaccul)`for bestowing
of kine and horses
,' Ériu viii 173.12 .

írad ? n níbat ilḟurig im í. ¤ n-echtrand`do not often delay on
60the frontier of strangers
,' Serglige 272 ( LU 3471 ).

iráil xseeeráil.

irán ? adj(=air-án`noble' ? orfír-án`truly noble' ?) :noco
dernad ríu mo dál, | dáig is misi rop i. ¤ `for I was faithful(?),'
Serglige 762 ( LU 3642 ), transltd. ` righteous ,' O'Curry,
65 Atlantis ii 119.16 ; `treu,'Thurneysen,Sagen 101.x .

1 irar xseeairer.

2 irar xseeilar.

irbág xseeairbág.

irbbad xsee2 erbaid, RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

70 irc : n don banscail ḟebdai bá hi. ¤ | báe a menmai i cumtabairt,
SR 1691. ButMeyer,Wortkunde 129 : `die Handschrift
hathairc. Stokes glaubte ein punctum delens unter dem a
zu sehen ; ich kann keins erkennen
.'irc` ravage,ravaging,
plunder ,' O'R. =airc,q.v.

75 irchaid xseeairchót.

irchaire xseeairchaire.

irchollud n act ofreviling: áis bíis oc i. ¤ gl.qui aliis maledi-
cunt, Wb. 9c27 . Seeairchollud.

irdairc xseeaird(a)irc.

80 irdiuid xsee Contrib. Add.s.v. air-déad.

? irell,iríall n `aspike,' thethongwhich bound thespear-
headto itsshaft ? :a s. ó indsma gohirill(co hirlainn,v.l.)
(of a spear), TBC 5195. d p. do sabaib ocus do sonnaib
... conan-irellaibiairn imma cennaib`spikes of iron round
85their tops
,' CCath. 3591. da craisech ... cona ndib n-iriellaib
imdaingnib iarnaidhib fotha`two strong iron thongs,' 5305 .
fithchell Crimthain ... | lán do í. ¤ a mna | con foirfed secht
lanamna, Acall. 3946 (Ed. suggestsfír-íall).