impide

Cite this: eDIL s.v. impide or dil.ie/28009

Forms: impidi

n (See Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 605 ) impidi f. IGT Decl. § 3. entreaty, prayer, intercession: dorat degimpidi dam-sa, Trip.² 2663. doratsat Ulaid uli impidi fair im thúaslucud na cesta, LU 8395 (FB). teigtis mathe Ulad cuce i n-i.¤ im dig do Chonchobar, RC viii 54.9 . adbert ... in brec ar a deigimpíghi go mbeidís mathi uadha da esi, BB 233b30 . ar gach n-impidhi n-ūasail | i nim ocus a talmain `for the sake of each noble intercession,' Ériu iii 30 § 18. as e no ṡlonnadh aitheasc uaidh ┐ cuigi ┐ doberthea logh impidi dho, RC xliii 120 § 124. ind eclais ic a fil comus cech maithiusa ┐ cecha deg-impide, PH 4169. ni betis na tost tria i.¤ forru, LL 120b44 . o roemidh in rigan ... i.¤ for Laitin imoni rochuindig fair `when the queen failed in her entreaty with Latinus,' Aen. 1660. do aem ar impigeachaib do chind shidha, CCellaig 878. mar chūiss impidhe ┐ onōrachuiss `as an act of grace and concession,' Fl. Earls 70.28 . ná gabh uatha a n-impidhe `listen not to their entreaties,' TD 2 § 54. fóir ... ar nguais-ne ... do thaoibh t'uaisle is t'impeidhe, DDána 12 § 5. labhraidh an bocht lé himpidheachaibh `cum obsecrationibus,' TSh. 1270. allatum .i. impide, Gild. Lor. gl. 11. im itgi gl. ar impidi, Laws v 442.12 Comm. In phrase impide do chur ar : [amhuil] do chuirfeadh Dia impidhe [oruibhsi] thríne `as if God were entreating you by us,' 2 Corinth. v 20. dochum impidhe dho chur ar Thítus dúinn, viii 6 .

cuit impide ` intercession share i.e. if a man has no proper legal right to certain [disputed] `seds' which are obtained for him only by intercession, the intercessor has a right to a share of these `seds' unless there had been a pre-existing promise' (Laws Gl.) : is asta ata cuit impi : seoit na dlidhinn do reir dligid ┐ cinnti no condtabairt co n-ar impi tucad iat, ┐ trian ar impi cindti ┐ seisi ar impi condtabartaid, in tan foilis nech ini si, ┐ ni tiubrad dho, muna beth i.¤, is cuit tobaig as fo aicned na criche, Laws v 334.14 Comm. ní bhfuil ní air bith is mó cuid impidhe air Dhia ioná an urnuigh `nothing prevails more upon God than prayer,' Donlevy 440.23 .

? To this : luach impigche `name of a fine paid by the erenagh of Clogher to the bishop on the marriage of his daughter,' Ussher, Works xi 428 .