in-gair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. in-gair or dil.ie/28617

Forms: ingair, ion- ghair, -ingaired, ingair, ionghuir, ingaire

v indic. pres. s. 3 rel. ingair, RC xiii 389.6 . ipv. ion- ghair, ZCP xii 379.26 . impf. s 3 -ingaired, Bruchst. 96 § 5 . pret. s. 3 ro ingair , Thes. ii 335.17 ( Hy. v Comm. ). do ionghuir , DDána 20 § 37. Vn. ingaire.

herds, tends, protects: roingair gl. argairt, Thes. ii 335.17 ( Hy. v ). cōi m'ocuil nīsningaired `das Weinen meines Auges konnte ihn nicht bewahren,' Bruchst. 96 § 5. is úar fri cloí ngaeithe | do neoch ingair (argair, v.l.) bú Aife, RC xiii 385.4 . in[gar] tra do bu aniud `now tend thy kine today,' x 222.117 . ionghair inn go hiomchubhaidh (prayer to Blessed Virgin), ZCP xii 379.26 . rí nar choill ar a chloinn ionmhuin | i mbarr croinn do ionghuir iad, DDána 31 § 22. ionghaireadh ... siobhlaigheadh imle Éireann `let him march along the borders of Éire and guard them,' Aithd.D. 16 § 19. fiodh do ionghair t'fhoghluidhe `that wood which has ever sheltered thy plunderers,' 65 § 17 .