imnedach

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Forms: imnedchu

adj (imned) o, ā

I sorrowful, afflicted, miserable; troublesome, baleful: me ... líath nocht trog i.¤ , LU 1245. im dílgud a chinad do eoin tróg i.¤ , ZCP viii 177.2 . robóisium i.¤ i tossuch a bethad is é a óenur foracbad da chenéul in hErinn, LL 51a39 . clann imneadach Ádhoimh the afflicted children of Adam, Ériu iv 114 § 16. Étáin imtechtach imnedhach atrúal (.i. ro fhulaing mór ngaibhthi), ZCP v 524.22 . "miol-si imneduch eim" ol se "┐ ro ba hi gach richt" I am a miserable wight and was so in every form, IT iii 241.193 . imthechta imnidacho (sic) eim ar n-imtecta-ne, IT iii 237.82 . a Ḟind imnedaigh O Finn beset by troubles, Fianaig. 84.2 . is mé in fer i.¤ (of the devil), Fél. 154.15 . · is e scailfess diabulchumachta iffirn imnedaig `he it is that shall scatter the diabolical powers of distressful hell,' Todd Lect. vi 69.7 . Ulchan uruadach gaba imneadach ifrin `Hell's woeful smith,' TTebe 758 . co dorus n-imnidach n-uruadach n-ifrind, 599 . rufuirmeastar beim do chind i.¤ na flesci `he laid a stroke of the lethal end of the wand,' 605 . i.¤ dano cach ráth `troublesome is every security.' Triads 30.12 . ciabo bidbu i.¤ ní imgen m' oenur, LL 119a26 . do cloinn Caidhín imnegaidh (: deghaidh) (referred to previously as síl Caidhín colaigh), KMMisc. 318.5 .

Compar. ata imnedchu `that are more full of trouble,' Ml. 57a6 .

Adv. docuaidh dha iarraid co himnidheach (MS. himnibhach) aithmhelach. Ériu ii 82.22 . ro duiscc ... an righ ... go huttmall imnedhach, BNnÉ 324 § 38.

II As subst. dochuaid an t-imnedach asa radharc the man of tribulations i.e. the devil, Anecd. ii 12.7 . diamba diansaraighthi ba himnedhach neirce (? leg. inéirce) é he was an afflicted person fit for payment of an eric-fine, (?), O'Curry 2627 (< Eg. 88, fo. 53 (54)c ).