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ithid v Pres.stem:ith—, alsoeth—(which Ped. § 753Anm.
ascribes to analogical development on model ofib-,eb)-;
45 subj.stem:does-,-(d)es(s)-(deponent), later also-eth-;fut.
stem:ís(s)-(in Mid. and Mod. Ir. somet. followed. by -f- of
theb-fut.).pret.stem:dód-,dúad-,deod-(see Thurn.
ZCP xii 285 § 7 , KZ xlviii 57ff ., laterdo-ḟúad-,atúad-
d'ith-.Indic. pres. s. 1 ithim, Sg. 146b5 .s. 3 ithid, Ml.
50 137c2 .itius(=ithid+suff. pron.3 s. f.), 102a15 .-ithi,
ZCP iii 222.8 .rel. ithes, 133a5 .ithus, Laws v 168.11 .
pl. 3 ethait, Laws iv 138.9 Comm. doethat, BB 495a40 .
ithit, PH 7459. Impf. s. 3 -ithed, Sc.MMD § 1. no ethad
(MS. nāethad), ZCP viii 301.10 .pl. 3 -ithitís, LU 1689.
55 ittís, LU 1692. -eithidis, Luc. Fid. 246.10 .Ipv. s. 2 hith,
SR 2907. s. 3 ithed, PH 1023. pl. 1 etham, Goid. 78 § 194
(Dúil Laithne).pl. 2 eithide, Luc. Fid. 245.18 .pl. 3 ethat,
PH 1781. Subj. pres. s. 1 conda-esur, LU 8457 (FB).
Thurneysenloc. cit.takes the stem to be-dess-(<doess-).
60 s. 2 -essara, Sc.MMD § 3. -etha, SG 56.37 .s. 3 estir, Wb.
6b24 .-estar, ib. 23 . O'C. 2629 (< Eg. 88,fo. 53d ).du-d-
uoestar, Ériu vii 146 § 4 (see Thurn. ZCP xiii 103 ).doestar,
§ 2 .pl. 1 -dessamar, SR 1266 (see Thurn., ZCP xii 285
§ 7 ).pl. 2 -estai, Ériu v 234.55 .-dessabair, SR 1232. pl. 3
65 -esadar, O'Dav. 1092. -hethat, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 22 ,s.v.
gelistar.Subj. past s. 1 -ethaind, ZCP viii 227 § 11. -ithinn,
Gen. xxvii 4. s. 2 -hesta, Sc.MMD R § 3 .s. 3 -essad, LL
168b42 .-deossadh, Folklore iii 490 § 24 (See Thurn., ZCP
xii 285 § 7 ).-ethad(forsubj. pres.), Lism.L. 3802. pl. 3
70 -estais, Ml. 98b9 . PH 1512. con-etais , PH 1329. Fut. s. 1
-íss, LL 210b9 (=-is, BB 402b18 ).-ísa, Ériu v 234.51 .
íosuidh mé, Gen. xxvii 25. s. 2 -ísa, Aisl. MC 51.21 .iosair,
BNnÉ 110.21 . íosfaidhtú, TSh. 1308. íosastú(rel.), 2438 .
s. 3 ísaid, SG 56.z .íosaidh, TD 31 § 30. pl. 2 -íostáoi, Gen.
75 iii 5. -iosfaidhsibh, Luc. Fid. 329.14 .pl. 3 -īsat, ZCP vi
265 § 25. ístait, ZCP xii 391 § 13. rel. ista, Trip.² 2029.
Sec. fut. s. 1 -ísaind, Aisl. MC 17.3 .s. 3 -issad, RC viii
58.11 (= LL 116b27 ).iosf(adh), RC xi 327.30 .doíosadh ,
TSh. 2866. pl. 3 -ístais, IT i 75.15 .Pret. s. 1(no distinction
80betweenpret.+perf.)-duadus, Fél. 88.x .do-uadhus, TD
37 § 8. aduagus, Irish Texts i 22 § 4 .s. 2 dodais, LL 116b24 .
adhúadhais, ZCP ii 562.33 .s. 3 doid, RC viii 58.11 (= LL
116b26 ).-doid, IT i 77.6 . LL 117a48 .-duaid, Fél. 88.25 .
aduaid, Fél.² lxii 14. dua[i]d,doduad,doḟuaid, SR 1293 ,
85 1440 , 1287 .danduaigh , Anecd. ii 26 § 10. doithsí, Matth.
xii 4. Gen. iii 6. pl. 2 adúabhair, Is. iii 14. pl. 3 dootar,
Trip.² 2322. atdótar, Thes. ii 347.14 ( Hy. v ).-dotar, LL
115a z.aduatar, Fél. 128.20 .dofúatar, 24 .danuathair
(containing inf. pron.3 s. m.), 22 .duatar, SR 3332. atúatár,
LU 2517. dofeotar, RC xiii 460 § 63 ( LL 291b20 ).deotar,
5 Anecd. ii 59.11 .dufuetar, Ériu vii 164.6 .contótar, Cáin
Ad. § 14. adúadar , Matth. xiv 20. d'ethatur, O'D. 947
(< H 3. 17,col. 662 ).doitheadar , TSh. 3329. Pass. pres.
s. ethar. Corm. Y 757. -hithter, Maund. § 61. subj. pres. s.
eser, ZCP vii 269 § 15. pret. -does, Mon. Tall. 129.22 .-daes.
10 Trip.² 2121. Part. d p. eisib, Sg. 180b1 .Vn. ithe,q.v.
eats,devours,bites: bésu maith cia estir á bíad`though
he eat his food
,' Wb. 6b24 .ithimgl.mando, Sg. 146b5 .eisib
ł loiscdibgl.adessis, 180b1 .itius anuas dusclaid anís`they
eat it from above, he roots it up from below
,' Ml. 102a15 .
15 edente.i. hithes, 133a5 .atdótar coin alltai he ic Scetaib,
Thes. ii 347.14 ( Hy. v ).etham ar gccuit`edamus portionem
nostrum
,' Goid. 78 § 194 (Dúil Laithne).arna hethat cethra
na gurta, Thr. Ir. Gl. 22 s.v. gelistar=arnā comblaisset
..., Corm. Y 674. inathar .i. ind-ethar .i. ind tēit cach
20ní ethar, 757 .nico does mír feolai ... hi Tamlachdai,
Mon. Tall. 129.22 .isbertatar maic Uisnig nach ístais biad
i nhErinn ..., IT i 75.15 .aduaid in beist hesium, Fél.²
lxii 14. fordindet in bocc fesin dú i ndaes indicates the place
where it had been eaten
, Trip.² 2121. dootar mucca ar macc,
25 2322 .atá biad lat cen co-n-essara, Sc.MMD § 3. no marbad
tarb leó ┐ no ithead oenḟear a ṡáith de, BDD² 123. dodas-
fuaid cos[in]n-oenmír(of a serpent), SR 3860. no-ithead
in tróg hisin ┐ nó-athcumad cech áen ticed chucca`servire
dentibus miser coepit
,' Lat. Lives 95.14 .do neoch ro sluic
30talam ┐ atúatár bíasta, LU 2517. tobertatár bec dini
hublaib leó a cétlá nos ithitís inna curuch, 1689 (ICM).
gelidquiaithid, O'Mulc. 634. meni esbetar sál in mara
ł mani dotar in muir, LL 115az .dūn fir ithus gait who eats
something that has been stolen
, Laws v 168.11 .noco
35n-ísaind-sea acht minustecma gorta, Aisl. MC 17.3 .
no-buailed ┐ no-ithed cech oen frisa mbenad(of a woman
possessed by the devil), PH 1994. uail(i.e. bail) a ngeltatar
oc Temair L. deotar itir ūir ┐ griaun, Anecd. ii 59.11 .nech
doestar carnea nech (leg.n-eich, Ed.), Ériu vii 146 § 2. conid
40disuidiu dufuetar an obul dichmair[c], 164.6 .dfuadar a
sáith agas ni rugeadar a bhuidhe re Dia, ZCP ii 552.y .
Conall Cū no-ethad dā chīch a māthar amal coin, viii 301.10 .
beag d'im do-uadhus, TD 37 § 8. glacaoidhe ┐ eithidhe,
ag so mo chorp-so, Luc. Fid. 245.18 .amhuil do eithidis
45na hiudhail an iodhbairt, 247.17 .óir a dúabhair súas an
fineamhuin`for ye have eaten up,' Isa. iii 14. agus a duadhur
agus do ibhidur, Gen. xxiv 54. cibé itheas don arán so
`qui (manducat hunc panem,' TSh. 2851. íosfaidh tú an
talamh gach aon-lá terram comedes, 1308 .ní hithtí leo ...
50acht aonphroinn san ló, Keat. ii 5099.
Of stock,grazes: ocus ethait ní ina feis`and they eat
something in their
`feis'-trespass,' Laws iv 138.9 Comm.
dofeotar cáircha glassin na rigna, RC xiii 460 § 63.

ithimrád xseeathimrád.

55 ithir n i,f. Cf. ith. Later withgutturalendings.n s. -thir, Ir.
MSS. Series i 174.14 .anithir , Studies 1931, 84 § 32 .g s.
?ithra, O'Dav. 513. nahithrach , BNnÉ i 233.2 .ithreach,
IGT Decl. ex. 2096. d s. ithir, BNnÉ i 233.10 . IGT Decl.
ex. 1412. g p. ithir, PBocht 20 § 28. Seeithir ithear, IGT
60 Decl. § 185.3 .
(a) corn-land,arable land: cethra .i. cae doib ithra,ut
estáin cethra as do gort, O'Dav. 513. Cf. Laws v 136.16
Comm. ata dag i. ¤ lim ocus nimtha sil a chomadhais, Ir.
MSS. Series i 174.14 .ba cur síl i ndroch-i. ¤ , LB 217b38
65(MS.ith—, extendedithlainn, Aisl. MC 73.25 ).mar bhís
an gráine cruithnechta sul cuirter é annsan i. ¤ , SG 39.36 .
toirtheach síol a n-úir ithreach, IGT Decl. ex. 2096. ithir
` ground producing corn ,' O'R.
Metaph. aontroigh dá dtugtha toradh | ... treabhtha
70dom i. ¤ ní fhuil(of the soul), DDána 53 § 23. i. ¤ na n-uile
dtaradh(of the Blessed Virgin), 24 § 14 .deirg-i. ¤ libh
i ngach láimh`there is ploughed land(i.e.flesh) in both
Thy hands
,' Aithd.D. 95 § 25. déana foirse fíréanda faoisid-
neach ar i. ¤ th' anma, TSh. 6939.
75(b) pasture land: i. ¤ dá bha déag d'fhearann, Keat. iii
2537 . ? To this :faithe inscuir ina i. ¤ (? orleg. ina thīr)
mad inbleoghain, Laws ii 116.14 Comm.

ithlann,ithla n ā,f.andn,f.(ith)ithlannis the earlier form,
from whichithlais a re-formation, see Ped. ii § 356 .n s.
80 ithland, Laws iii 284.1 . ithla(choitcend), Laws i 140.12
Comm. O'C. 1266 (< H 3. 18,p. 512 ). RC xxiv 381.4 .
iothlann, TSh. 9693. a s. ithlu, LB 154b27 .ithlaind, Laws
i 124.16 .g s. iothlann, 23 B 37,p. 47b7 .d s. ithlaind, Sg.
68a6 .iothluinn, IGT Decl. ex. 1953. n p. ithlanda, IT
85 iii 92 § 138. a p. iothlanna, IGT Decl. ex. 1954. d p. ithlan-
naib, CCath. 6023.
(a)athreshing floor,barn,granary,storehouse: lann .i.
ithlann no ferann ... amail lia is comarba, laighes isinn
ithlainn`...who lies in the threshing floor,' O'Dav. 1168.
isind ithlaindgl.in area, Sg. 68a6 .at imda a ithlanda,
5 IT iii 92 § 138. bla etha ithland .i. slan don ti do ni in
n-ithilaind (sic) in etha`the exemption as regards corn in
a haggard
...,' Laws iii 284. 1 - 2 (Text and Comm.).ar
ithlaind ┐ lambroin, v 88.11 Comm. im saball i n-aimsir
etha, im ithlaind i cuitib`for a haggard in shares,' i 124.16 .
10 nó conairmestur gainemh mara nó ithla na héngrainneib
`jusqu'à ce que l'on compte ... l'aire grain par grain,' RC
xxiv 381.4 .rochennaig ... oorna a hithlaind tuaircni orba,
Rawl. 79a10 .ni facbatís tech na uaim na ithlu, ... cen
tochailt, LB 154b27 .budh malluighthe thú san bhfearann,
15budh malluighthe th'iothlann`maledictum horreum tuum,'
TSh. 9693
Metaph. i mbuailibh bais ┐ inn ithlannaib ecca`in
threshing-floors of dissolution
,' CCath. 6023. corbam cruith-
necht it it[h]lainn | i lō loiscthi na cātha(addressing God),
20 Ériu iii 31 § 24. do lón an ionnracais i n-iothlannaibh
aigeanta na n-anam, TSh. 6349.
(b)agarden, anorchard?: ni ḟuair oen ubhull in a
hithlainn`in horto suo,' Lat. Lives 75.13 .
Compd. ¤ chuile storehouse,grain-store: lán arbha i ngach
25iothlannchuilidh, DDána 89 § 22.