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ibid v indic. pres. s 1 ibiu, Trip.² 550. s. 3 ibid, LU 8826.
niib , Wb. 28b24 .rel. ibes(v.l. ipius), IT i 77.21 .ibas, SR
1963. eabhus, BB 262b49 .pl. 3 ebait, Corm. Y 468. nad
45 ebat , Mon. Tall. 147.19 .pass. s. ebair, O'Dav. 539. ibur,
ZCP vi 257 § 6. asan-eabur , Laws v 408.23 Comm. imperf.
s. 3 noibead , BDD² 124. pl. 3 niconibdis , Mon. Tall. 129.18 .
ipv. s. 2 ib-siu, RC vi 175.45 .pl. 1 eabam, Goid. 78 § 195.
pl. 2 ibid, Wb. 22c7 .subj. pres. s 1(subj.stem-eba; the
50Mid. Ir. stem—esbcomes from the perf.)céin co
n-ebar, PH 2995. s. 2 dian-eba-su , Goid. 105.11 .s. 3
conasebi, Trip. ii 436.13 .co nāhesboi , Cáin Ad. § 18.
co nāesbe ,ib. perf. róiba`der zu trinken pflegt,' Ped. ii
551 ,q.v. Wb. 31b9 .pl. 1 conusebem, Trip. ii 436.15 .
55 pl. 2 minaebthái , PH 7927. pl. 3 acht con-ebat , ZCP i
106.2 .pass. pl. n-ebtar, Ml. 101d5 .subj. past s. 3 con-eis-
bhiudh , Lism. L. 118 (forsubj. pres.).cein con-ebad , PH
5236. pl. 3 con-ebtáis , TTr. 1904. fut. s. 1(fut.stem
-íba)níib , LU 1677. nachhíb , PH 2994. nííobhsa , O'Gr.
60Cat. 463.12. íobhadsa, A. Ó Dálaigh ix 5. s. 3 nahiba ,
BB 262b48 .cotenibha, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 51.3 (v.l.
cotaniphtha).no-das-ībai, ZCP xiii 373.35 .iobaidh, Leb.
Gab. 46.18 . With suffix. pron.-us:ibthius, Thurn. Zu Ir.
Hdschr. i 51.19 .ipthuss, 50.5 .rel. íobhas, Eochairsg. 99.7 .
65 pl. 1 inn-íbham , BNnÉ 63 § 90. pl. 3 ibait, Ml. 30c18 .
ZCP xii 233.18 .ibthi(with suff. pron.), Mon. Tall. 129.33 .
With double ending:ibdait, PH 6901. pass. s. íbthar,
Trip.² 551. níconibthar , Mon. Tall. 129.31 .sec. fut. s. 1
doibhaind , RC xxvii 300 § 71. nííobhainn , Dánta Gr.²
70 8.23 .s. 3 nachíbad , PH 5235. doíbad , Maund. § 61.
pl. 3 noiobhtáis , BNnÉ 63 § 90.
pret.andperf.(perf. formed with preverbess-). Later forms
haveat-(=ess+ petrified infixed pronoun3 s. n.).s. 1
niconeisbius , Anecd. i 14.4 .ican-esbius , Bruchst. i 20 § 40.
75 s. 3 ibis, YBL 180a15 .itibis, Ériu iv 158.23 .assib, Bruchst.
53 § 117. con-essib , LU 4246. nisib(=niessib ), Ériu ii
186.10 .atib, v 242.164 .itib, Caithr. Cellaig 823.
pl. 1 assibsem, Wb. 12a17 .adibsem, KMMisc. 314.7 .pl. 3
atibset, Thes. ii 323.15 ( Hy. iv Pref. ).meniesbetar , LL
80 115a47 .corasebatar, Trip. ii 436.16 .pass. s. asibedh,
Ériu xii 158.11 (Tochm. Ét.).niconesbed , Mon. Tall.
129.15 .
part. iphthi, ZCP vi 257 § 6. Vn. ól, later alsoibe.
drinks: ibquasibib i.e. bibe, Corm. Y 748. ni ib fínn
85combi mescc, Wb. 28b24 .deugaigfit .i. ibait son, Ml. 30c18 .
n-ebtar no dundaletergl.exauriri, 101d5 .gaibiu anfis, ibu
[anfis fri sia úathib ibiu lithuin Christo Ihesu] I drink in
ignorance
?, Trip.² 549 - 50 .gair chucat thfer cúmtha conas-
ebi cumaid araen fritt`that he as well as thou may drink it,'
Trip. ii 436.13 .Cain cur Corpri cotenibha hart (=cota
5n-ība) that he will drink it, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr.
51.3 .nícon ibthar lind dermait dé and`the liquor that
causes forgetfulness of God shall not be drunk here
,' Mon. Tall.
129.31 .is tech i nebar in chuirm`in which ale is drunk,'
Laws iii 198.22 Comm. ica n-esbius ... srūaim de mid`bei
10der ich ... einen Metstrom getrunken habe
,' Bruchst. i 20 § 40.
ibait fíaich lúgbairt lacht, LU 4669. cen dig ... acht meni
esbetar sál in mara, RC viii 54.4 (= LL 115a47 ).is si asibedh
sin digh`she it is that was swallowed in a drink,' Ériu xii
158.11 .for Coirpri Liphechair fer no-ības tond, ZCP xiii
15377.2 .sellaidh [ind] intí nat ibh | iūidh intí dian coïr,
vii 269.4 .es bec a ain iphthi compí sāithech, vi 257 § 6 .
Used figuratively :assibsem imróol di rath in spirito
nóib`we have drunk,' Wb. 12a17 .ibid imról di suidiu
`drink ye a great draught of this' (gl.impleamini Spiritu
20sancto), 22c7 .ni essibh bass cen dolmai, AU i 404.19 .ni
heistibh ebair in t-airchetul, O'Dav. 539. do ibh 'na haon-
digh an rath ríogh`at one draught she drank the royal grace,'
PBocht 2 § 30. ar bhfuil gan fháth nír ibhis`not without
good cause didst Thou assume our blood
,' 21 § 26 .
25In a rather wider sense :a n-iobha slógh mear Mumhan
`when the nimble folk of Munster feast...,' Ériu v 54.31 .
ibhthear fleadh re ceann gCláire | ar gheall ḟear na himáine,
IGT Decl. ex. 1184.
Ofsuckingthebreast: me rothusim, mo cích ro-s-ib,
30 LB 141a13 .ar na cíche ór ibh, Dán Dé xxv 44.

Iblach adj o, ā(?Íbal)`Jew-like' ? : teirt an cholaigh iobhlaidh
(: bhfionghail) fhéir`a tortuous and Jewlike villain's trick,'
Ó Bruad. ii 268.z .iúbhlach` Jewish;wicked,perverse ,'
Dinneen.

35 ? ibnad ind .i.elbum graece.i.medius color , O'Mulc. 731.

? ibne xsee 1 and2 uibne.

íbnes xseeoíbnius.

iboire n ivory: iboiri loisce`burnt ivory,' Rosa Ang. 140.18 .
snas cnaim í. ¤ `ivory turnings,' 288.7 . Seeeburandeboire.

40 1 ibrach adj o, ā(ibar) I made of yew,abounding in yews :celd
i. ¤ ālaind hí`it is a beautiful church made of yew,' BColm.
8.25 .'san tír ibraigh, ZCP iii 32.9 .ar ndol a nÉirinn
íobhraigh, Dúan. Finn i 67.8 .im Gháiridhe nglain-iobh-
raigh, Aithd. D. 16 § 30. ar ḟiadh ghoirm-iobhrach Gaoi-
45dheal`of dark yewtrees,' TD 7 § 46. fán gclár sídh mboig-
iobhrach mbláth`...of swaying yews,' 21 § 31 .
IIAssubst. ā,f.,astructureorarticle made of yew : (a) a
houseofyew-wood(particularly of Colmán'scell) : in reclēs
ar cúl na hibraighi(MS.hibraidhi) ar son na hibraige fēin
50rucad ūad ... ōtā in ibraig conici in croiss the cell behind the
yew-house instead of the yew-house itself which had been
taken from him
..., BColm. 18.28 - 29 .tictis ... cach laithe
cosin Ibraig Colmāin meic Lūachāin .i. reclēs Colmán, 22.7 .
an Iubrach(name of a house of the Mac Mahons in Oir-
55gialla), Gwynn Cat. 208.4 .
(b)Name of aboat: Fuillend gilla na hIbraige ┐ an
Iubrach, IT ii2125.84 .do deissidetar i nIbhrach (?leg.-aig)
┐ tangatar rompo ar fud mara ..., 127.139 .tainic roime co
hairm i mbai in i. ¤ ┐ luid ... co Dun Monaig, RC vi 184.25 .
60? To this :uisci glaissi gleoraigi | féth snaissi fúam n-iubh-
raige ?, Acall. 4566.
(c)avesselofyew-wood: an iubhrach do bhí i n-uaigneas
`the vessel which was in a secret place,' ITS x 154.207 .an
iubhrac lígh-gheal do líonfainn, 154.200 .iubhrach`a
65wooden vessel
,' O'Don. Suppl.
Dimin. :a iubhair, a iubhracháin(addressing a yew-tree),
Buile Ṡ. 66.1 .

? 2 ibrach: ind tanic gérmenma géribrach (v.ll.gribach,
aighriobhach) Conculaind do Ḟergus(Windisch suggests
70 gér-ḟebrach,-ḟaebrach), TBC 498.

? 3 ibrach: x ibrachgl.intimus(Plummer, MS. notes,
suggests some corruption in the Latin), Ir. Gl. 832. ? Same
word as2 ibrach.

ibraide adj io, iā, (ibar) made of yew, of the natureof yew-wood :
75 maith a iubhar iubraidhe, Buile Ṡ. 70.19 .saigid a fidbaic i. ¤
an arrow from a bow of yew, TTebe 2582 .sliasta accaelae i. ¤
`hard as yew,' CCath. 4032. a bhel mna uidhre
ibraidhe, IT iii 96.12 . ?romarb Cathnia congbaide | a
aithgne ba hi. ¤ `made of yew,' Met. Dinds. iv 320.14 .

80 ibránach adj o, ā surroundedbyyews: na chill álainniubránaig ,
SG 58.y .

ibróracht n ā,f. workingin yew-wood,buildinginyew-wood:
abranchof theDán-Ogam: umaideacht, enaireacht, iascair-
eacht no ibroracht`yew wood work,' Auraic. 5804. trí
85dána inanna aici .i. durthach ┐ muilind ┐ ibroracht, O'D.
1743 (< H 2. 16,col. 935 ).Withmentionoffee: se ba ar
ibroracht ... ┐ .vi. ba ar muilleoracht`six cows for working
in yew-wood ... six cows for mill building
', Laws v 94.4 Comm.
sai ibroracta .i. in tsai ac ata saidecht na hibrorachta,
104.14 Comm. saer muilind a cumut ; sai ibroracta a cumut
5`a builder of a mill, has the same (honour-price) ; one skilled
in
`ibroracht,'the same,' 104.11 .