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imdugud n u,m. vn.ofimdaigidir. I abundance,exuberance,
redundance;act of multiplying(trans. & intrans.),enhancing:
is do int imdugud i ndeircc`the exuberance in charity is for
75this
,' Wb. 25a36 .is du thaidbsin ind imdaigthea tuccad
sunt an ecce`the ecce has been put here to indicate abundance,'
Ml. 71c9 .imdugud una syllaba`redundance by one syllable,'
Sg. 167a1 .do immdogod forggnuso, `to enhance signific-
ance
(?),' 216b3 .o anbainne an tesa nadurdha, noch o
80tuismigter imdugadh lenna fuair is in coiplex (sic), RC xlix
50.6 .ro láa curudha ... for imdúgud gnim ngaiscid the
heroes began ... to multiply deeds of valour
, CCath. 2017.
torchratar meic ind ardríg ... ar n-imdugud ┐ ar n-atheruch
athgon, TTr. 657. do-chuala na héighme co huathfásach
85ac imdugud, Comp. Con C. 93.15 .doní ... araile gaitt
irisech do imdugud 'mon tech in C[h]oimded`to magnify (?)
the house of the Lord,' BColm. 84.10 .adubairt Día fríu
sílad ┐ imdugud ┐ an talam do línadh, Maund. § 154. ní
héidir foghnamh dá thriath do thiormughadh | a n-iom-
dhughadh fiach a gcongnamh na gcomhdholadh, Aithd.D.
5 76.2 .teach núaidhe naí dteaghlaigheadh | gach laí úaidhe
ag imdhughadh, IGT Decl. ex. 1418 .dá éacht iomdhuighthe
ár n-imnidh, Keat. Poems 1068.
II As gramm. term,adjectival form terminating in -ach
with quantitative definitionabounding in: fear ... fearach
10an t-iomdhughadh, IGT Introd. 33.8 .sgian ... sgeanach,
29 .ag so an t-iomdhughadh, conach, dáoineach, dámhach,
28 § 116. lochdach a ttús chomhfhocuil iomdhughadh,
24 § 97. duine freagarthach .c. d'iomdughadh canamhna,
IGT Decl. § 1.
15Attrib.gen.:bráthairiomdhuighthe adjectival form
terminating in ¤ mar: bráthair iomdhuighthi ... lochdach
a ttús chomhfhocuil cheirt, IGT Introd. 24 § 97. bráthair
an iomdhuighthe : fíonmhur, férmhur, feólmhur, 28 § 117.
aithne ... ar a [viz.na Gaoidhilgi] hiomdhuighthibh ┐ ar
20a bráithribh iomdhuighthi, 2.11 .

imduibe n iā,f.(imm-dub,q.v. s.v. 2 imm-) great darkness:
Mag nAirbthen fo mess muine | cen ainbthen cen imduibe
`free from storm and gloomy skies,' Met. Dinds. iii 450.6 .
Fig. fuair forran i fornaide | mac Gollain cen imduibe
25`Gollan's son free from dishonour,' iv 322.30 .

? imduig ? : ind is éric for in scoaire fo aicnedh imduigh techta
no etechta, O'D. 255 (< H 3. 17,col. 205 ).

imdul xseeimdol.

imdúnad n(1 imm+dúnad) closing round,clasping: mīlech
30ōrduide a n-imdūnad in tlachta(of meeting edges of a
garment), Corm. Y 1059 ( Anecd. iv 94.8 ).

imedain xseeimḟedain.

imertaine ind n p.:snecda ... ro mor . . go teccdís na hi. ¤ cosa[ibh]
tirmaibh tar primlochaib Erenn, CS 316.25 . (=imirgecha,
35 RC xviii 30.15 (Tig.) ).

imḟaebair (-uir) adj(very often—ar —urin texts)i I double-
edged: biail imfaebur, Laws iii 272.23 .claideb ... cona
da traigid n-imchumside eter da n-og n-imḟaebair, LL
189b9 .is neime do iurnn imfaebair .i. ar as neimnech do
40neoch an t-iarunn ara mbi in dá faebhar, O'Dav. 1135.
IIIn Laws applied metaphorically to tenures, contracts,
etc. ` double-edged,ambiguous i.e. entailing disadvantages
as well as advantages
' ( Críth Gabl. Gl. and l. 324 n. ) :
imḟáebair cach gíallnae éislinne`double-edged is every
45uncertain service
,' Críth Gabl. 324 and n.is e claoidem
imfaebur (read: —bair,Ed.) in sin ; o ro-suiet, do-suiet
`das ist ein zweischneidiges Schwert ; nachdem sie (die
genannten Dinge) sich hingewandt haben, wenden sie sich
her
,' Irisches Recht 82.6 (= Laws v 222.4 ).orba for set
50n-imfaebair, as di-renar leth-dire`ein auf einen zweisch-
neidigen Weg (gegebenes) Erbland, für dieses wird mit halber
dīre gebüsst
,' 82.9 (= Laws iv 44.10 ).Cf. Laws v 34.4 .

imḟaebar I n adouble-edged blade: imfaebor derg, IT iii
476.14 . ? Attrib.gen. cona n-armaibhimfhaebhair , ZCP
55 xiii 171.23 .de ḟaebraib na claideb ┐ de imḟaebraib na ṅgae,
RC xiii 456 § 52.
II adouble-edged contract: cuich in imaebur adeir ann ?
.i. faebur laisin íngin ocus faebur laisin fine, Laws iv 48.8
Comm. (gl. on :orba for set nimfaebair, 44.10 ).
60 III illegality: imfaebhar .i. indliged,ut esttri himfae-
bair na glaime dicinde adenum im ní is lugha na secht cumala
┐ im foichli sét ┐ im secht cumala cin elod apaid na troisci,
Ériu xiii 55 § 21.

imḟaebrach adj o, ā(imḟaebar) very keen,eager: ba hóglaochrad
65... imuallach imfaobrach, Anecd. ii 72.z .ba hocbaid amnus
imfaebrach Ulad cindset ... tocht d'argain lis Athairni,
RC xxiv 282.2 .

imḟaenledaige n wandering nature,tendencytostray:? Attrib.
gen. amail coinimfaenledaigi `like a stray hound,' Laws
70 v 516.20 Comm.

? imḟaesam n protection? : is gear a cuireadh .i. imfaesam
cin daim ... inann cuired ┐ buiden, O'C. 622 (< H 3. 18,
p. 301 ) (perh. read :im ḟaesam).mad ro urfoem in biud-
buidh apud imfaosma, O'D. 44 (< H 3. 17,p. 40 ) =mad
75ro urfaem in bidbaid apadh i faesam`notice during a period
of exemption
,' Laws i 98.25 .

? imḟaicse adj io, iā, seeable,worth seeing? : co clessaib ana im-
ḟacsi ilarda`sehenswerthen,' TBC 1851. roptís imfhaicse
m'airde | roptís daingne mo dhaingne, SG 387.y (=robdís
80imfoigsi m'airde`visible would be my qualities,' TFrag.
82.17 ). These exx. may be toimfocus.

imḟaire n[iā,f.] keeping watch, a watch: ma thecra (leg.
thecma ?) t'imfaire`if it should happen to be your watch,'
(Faraday), TBC² 1171. as adhbhal fria himmaire, FM
85 i 524.13 .tarla do mac duine do (sic) immfaire trí lá ┐ tri
n-oidhchi do denam, Maund. § 131.