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iressach,ir(i)sech adj o, ā(1 ires(s),iris) I believing,faithful,
pious: acht bieit cit geinti hiressich [indi]`faithful Gentiles,'
Wb. 4c40 .a iudeueta geinti hireschu(gl.fratres), 3a13 .
nan etrantach á irnigdesometas ni. ¤ pro fidelibus `that his
70prayer is not intermittent and that he is faithful pro fidelibus
,'
23a13 .arna tarta amirisetfrithorcuin dond lobur hi. ¤
`to the weak believer,' 11b18 .amal rumbói abram ┐ isac ┐
iacob air batar carait iresaig adi`faithful friends,' Ml. 31a3 .
robaitsed in draí ┐ ba hi. ¤ `Magus credidit Deo et baptizatus
75est
,' Lat. Lives 70.10 .lucht ógi ┐ athrigi ┐ fedba irescha ar
Dia, LU 2464. bá fer irisech a athair in ṁeic sin, Lat.
Lives 101.1 .dorothlaig bannscal iressech co Dubthach
`religiosa quaedam vidua,' 69.7 .prīmtōisiuch togaidi an
popuil iraesaig, BColm. 104.22 .doní Lassar ... gaitt irisech
80do imdugud 'mon tech in C[h]oimded .i. lān a bulchre do úr
Rōmae`a pious theft,' 84.10 .a cleirigh áin, irsigh (: trillsigh),
BNnÉ 30.30 .irisich .i. dlightheach, O'Cl.iriseach` just,
lawful,judicious,equitable ,' O'R.
Adv. conid comfhocus in comdiu don fhoirind no-s-
85aitchet co hirisech, PH 8002. in spirut nóeb ... do na
hulib no-s-aitchend he co hi. ¤ , 5455 .
IIAssubst.,abeliever;one who is in good faith: ro-
thinoiliu[s]-sa ... in uli iressechu batar i n-Ierusalem, PH
1516. a apstail ┐ a descipuil ┐ in iressaig ar-chena, 1451 .
?imcomai imteccor cach n-imdiubairt, cach n-irisech`of
5all devout people
' (?i.e.everyone who acts in good faith
or the action of one who is acting in good faith), Laws v
372.9 .isi in scriptuir as mathair ... dona huilib iresechaib,
Rawl. B 512,fo. 67a34 .

iret xseeairet.

10 irgal,irgalach xseeair-.

írglan: adj la claind n-i. ¤ n-Isachair (: ? gnīmraid), SR 5136.
Seefír-glan.

irgnam nseeairgnam.

irios n d s.(Gk.ἴρις) botan. term. : spatula(?leg. spartula)
15.i. gne don irios(in a list ofplant-names), Arch. i 329.120 .

1 iris n ī,f. n s. iris, Corm. Y 758. g s. nahirsi , IGT Decl. ex.
2016 .n p. irsi, Acall. 3160. d p. irsib, SG ii 484.17 .
athongorstrap(from which ashield,bag,etc.is suspended) :
iris .i. ere-as .i. asin ere bīs sisi, Corm. Y 758. irsi a sciath
20imma mbraigdib, Acall. 3160. crot binn ... ┐ i. ¤ findruine
eisti, Cáin Ad. § 6. a sosceli for a druim cen iris ann etir
(a miraculous occurence), Fél. 200.7 .cuiridhsi ... lán in
maige itáidh do eirib cona n-irsib ar in gerránsa, SG ii
484.17 .in bail ... hi meabhai iris bhar tteighi liubhair,
25 BNnÉ 16.23 .dorattsatt a cindu fo irsibh (fhirtsibh,v.l.)
an charpait, co ro imchuirsett é(of harness), 326.5 .an
cédgha a ccléith os a cinnsi | rédla sgéith na hirsi óir, IGT
Decl. ex. 2016. iorsubhaisgeith (leg.iorsuibh a sgeith)
`the handles of a buckler,' O'R. ? To this :co cuirthar cach
30i. ¤ fair`every confidence is placed in him,' Atk. Gloss. (`every
burden is put on him
,' Plummer MS. Notes), Laws i 106.11
Comm.

2 iris n copper,brass: iris .i. umha. Ní sain i. ¤ is afost .i. ni
hionann umha ┐ ór, O'Cl.iris` brass ,' O'R.

35 3 iris xseeoires.

íriu n n,f. n s. indíriu , Ériu ii 192.8 .íre, O'C. 1591 (< 23
Q 6,p. 2a ).hírinn, ZCP xi 85.14 .a s. írind, LU 8711.
iri, Rawl. 73a21 .g s. írenn, SR 2234. írend, LU 10561.
d s. hirind, Laws i 258.7 .dindíre , Fél. Ep. 26. n p. írínd,
40 Laws iv 124.27 Comm.
land,earth,soil ;theearth, theworld: iriu .i ferann, ut
est besaé i. ¤ isahé dire .i. inti isa hé in ferann is les eneclann
in gait neich (an gait nech,v.l.) ass, O'Dav. 1079 =besa hé
íre asa hae dire, O'C. 1591 (< 23 Q 6,p. 2a ).irraind .i.
45ferann,ut estna brúchta ith oichne iraind (?leg.a irind) ...
.i. nocha bruchtand foichne in etha isin ferann`that a corn-
blade may not spring forth from land
,' O'Dav. 1080 (irraind
scribal error forírindorírinn, W.S.).ad-mestar hírinn asa
ilménib : méin oír, méin airgit ..., ZCP xi 85.14 .ni abail i. ¤
50(.i. tir) an fuid ces ... .i. ní eiplenn a tír o neoch na bi a foss,
O'C. 430 (< H 3. 18,p. 233b ).aithgabala ... for duiniu, for
hirind, for marbdilib, for beoceathraib, Laws i 258.7 .oldas
a tir .i. oldas in fearand dara tairngithir e, ind ire(sic leg.,
Plummer MS. notes)o tobur co lind, iv 208.18 Comm.
55 uair isa nírínd (?leg.isat n-írind) do cach ceathra they are
lands for every cattle
, Laws iv 124.27 Comm. or perh. read :
it sain-írínd ... they are special lands for all cattle.for
nem a conrúalae | cech laithe dind íre`what has gone to
heaven every day from the earth
,' Fél. Ep. 26. romṡóerae,
60á Íssu, | ar cech ulc for íre (: díle), 450 .trethan dilenn
os cach maig | is mor n-írenn rocechlaid, SR 2234. dorat
Abram a chomarbus huili eter iri ┐ indile do Isaac, Rawl.
73a21 .fortacrith in n-írind, LU 8711. oc collud a n-hírend
destroying their land(of birds that had grazed the land and
65left it bare), 10561 .cóemchlód fri drochḟerann (-írind,
v.l.), Triads 72. glē lim nī forlaig hí. ¤ | oc rīg sēt bat
n-amradar`earth never has hidden...,' Fianaig. 16 § 39.
forrabae crith in uli talmuin ... co rolaa ind í. ¤ a clocha ┐ a
cranda i n-arde, Ériu ii 192.8 .nī ma tulaid for īrind | nech
70nā dēna āindīdin upon earth, ZCP xii 297 § 13. fo thuinn
írenn iar n-éccaibh`beneath the surface of the clay...,' TFrag.
200.6 .irionn .i. fearann, O'Cl.ire,ireann` ground,land,
field ,' O'R.

irla xseeairla.

75 irligib n d p. dishes? : ro ergetar macaim ... le hescraib óir ...
┐ lehirlighibóir ┐ airgid ┐ ro dianscailtea biad ┐ linn do
cách, Acall. 4609 n . ? readairligibfrom compound of
laig—.

irmamint,irmindte xseefirmimint.

80 írmar adj o, ā? :Ēriu ī. ¤ `länderreiche,' Bruchst. i 51 § 112.

irmtiud xseeairmtiud.

irn n d s.?n. loc.:fúar gach adhaigh isani. ¤ (iorn,v.l.) | doba
cabair úadh ifeirn, IGT Decl. ex. 420.

1 írna n io,m. Dentalforms occur inn p.andd p.:n p.
85 írnadha, Fianaig. 92.20 .d p. írnadaib, Caithr. Thoirdh.
113.28 .Cf. íornaibh, DDána 19 § 9. See IGT Decl. § 2.38 .
I askeinorhankofthread:Mistakenly glossed.i. dath,
ut est:— a ḟolt drongach mar ór i. ¤ , O'C. 1376 (< H 3. 18,
p. 627 ) (for quotationcf. DDána 41 § 27 ).deich céd ar
ḟichit céd iorna dergóir do chumhdach a n-édoigh d'im-
5dēnamh maisi ar chena, Ériu viii 136.13 .tri .l. bo finn ...
co tri .l. í. ¤ illathach damba trian findruine ma mbendaibh,
BFerm. 77a14 .terc adhbhar ríghna nó rígh | gan i. ¤ adhbhul
d'imshnímh(of the thread of fate or life), Irish Texts ii
73 § 7 .táin ríoghna ná raighne bó | mó an t-íorna ó mhnáibh
10daidhbhre ag Dia, DDána 42 § 37. guilighthe gúirnín
d'iurnaoibh bréag do rin`hanks of lies,' Ó Bruad. ii 282.z .
iorna,iornan`askeinorspindleofyarn ,' O'R.
IITransf. (a)of the hair, atress: falt co ndath óir na í. ¤ ,
LL 34b51 .íorna cas ḟoilt an íarla, IGT Decl. ex. 1521.
15 dod mhalaigh mhín | far sgaoil buaile d'íornaibh óir, DDána
19 § 9. (b)of theconfusionordisorganisationofbattle,
etc.;a tangle, amêlée: ba húathbásach na hírnadha aim-
rēidhe dorinni dona cathaib ina urthimchill, Fianaig.
92.20 .conderna[dh] í. ¤ ar aimréidhe d'feraib Erenn, Caithr.
20Thoirdh. 17.23 .co rabatar 'na nírnadaib ainmecha(of
broken swords), 113.28 .i. ¤ gan conn a chineadh i.e.a dis-
organised band, Misc. Celt. Soc. 168.4 . Perhaps from this
last sense comes :earna`atroop,company ,' O'R.