Cite this: eDIL s.v. indarba or

Forms: indarpe, -be, indarba

n io, n. Later f. vn. of ind-árban. O.Ir. indarpe, -be. n s. indarba nGennti, AU i 416.12 . See IGT Decl. § 3.30 .

the act of expelling, driving out; expulsion, ejection, rejection, banishment: duús indip fochunn ícce do a indarpe a oentu fratrum `his expulsion from the unity of the brethren,' Wb. 26b27 . amal mbís indarpe s de genitin ... `even as there is the ejection of s from the genitive ...,' Sg. 77b2 . innar n-indarbu ni gl. in nostra exiectatione, Ml. 127b9 . iarna n-indarbu á hirusalem, 48d27 . ba sab indarbai clóine `he was mighty in expelling iniquity,' Thes. ii 314.6 ( Hy. ii ). is indarbae demnae, is tochuiriud aingel ` 'tis a casting-forth of devils: 'tis an invitation of angels,' Fél. Ep. 211. rechtge do indarbbu echtarchiníuil, Críth G. 522. munab indarba do ne in flaith `if the chief does not expel [the cattle],' Laws ii 306.29 Comm. cach fuasnad iarmotha sin cin indurba (leg. co n-indurba, Thurn., Stud. in E. Ir. Law 47 ) acht ma ecumung `every dispute afterwards without returning (leg. with expelling) except where such was impossible,' Laws ii 290.24 . denuit a n-inurba iartain `they reject it afterwards' (of a contract), 288.11 Comm. a indarpae mani penda `he must be banished if he does not do penance,' Mon. Tall. 147.32 . tucait innarba na nDessi i mMumain the reason for the banishing of the D. into M., LU 4335. bói siumh dá bhliadain ar innarba for muir, Cóir Anm. § 30. bai láech amra do Chonnachtaibh for indarba asa thír o Oilill ┐ o Mhedhbh, TBC-LL¹ p. 419 n. 2 . o tartusa indarba fort, Anecd. ii 54.7 . do deachadhais co rig n-Alban, ocus misi lat forsin indarba sin, MR 34.15 . re hinnarba cach fedma `to repel every attack,' 160.23 . go bhfagham ionnarba it olc `may I suffer rejection in Thy rejection,' Studies 1931, 660 § 5 . guil ┐ úalla arda | dhá bfuil úadha ar indarba, IGT Decl. ex. 1074 .