2 ingor

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Last Revised: 2013

Forms: n-I.

adj o, ā undutiful, unfilial, impious: rop smachtaid coisc cáich mbes i.¤ `to check everyone that may be undutiful,' Tec. Corm. § 6.42 . cuirídh neimh for ttengadh fair, for mac n-i.¤ , AFM i 508.5 . do aos ionghair na ndart romtháir `impious,' Ó Bruad. ii 140.3 . pn As epithet : for Āed n-I. (i.e. Āed Oirdnide, high-king A.D. 793), ZCP xii 234 § 47. Compar. ní ba hingaire nech aile día mathar-macne oldás .i. do Connachtaib `no child will be less pious' (of Conall Cernach), Cóir Anm. 251.

mac ingor freq. in Laws in sense of a son who fails to comply with the duty to maintain his parents in old age; cf. macc úar, Ériu xlvii 197 : foceird a athair mac ingor a horba, ocus foceird a orba fri nech do gni a gaire `the father flings his unfilial son out of the land, and gives the inheritance to another who supplies his maintenance,' (transltd. Atk., Glossary s.v. ingor), Laws iii 52.17 . gach mac beoathur ... .i. mac gor ocus mac i.¤ , ii 288.x Comm. leath catu caich dia mnai, no dia gormac ... cethraimthi a eniclainni dia mac ingoir, v 70.x Comm. in mac saerleicthi, ocus in mac i.¤ `to the emancipated son, or the disobedient son,' i 90.16 Comm.

As subst. an impious person, an undutiful person: ar chuingid inna soinmech i mbiat ind ingoir `because of seeking the prosperity in which the impious are,' Ml. 56b15 . med brithemnachtae dae hua ndamnither int i.¤ gl. qua deprimitur impius, 57d8 . á ingru `ye impious,' 76c1 . iar céssad la hingru `at the hands of impious men,' Fél. May 23. hi comairli na pecduch no ina hingoir (inaniggair, v.l.), Hib. Min. 470. trí[ar] ná ditoing ná fortongar : ben, angar, amlabar `a son who does not support his father,' Triads § 159. In abstr. sense impiety (?): is ed imme-folngi ír ┐ ingar ┐ debaith i cach tegdais 'this it is that causes anger, impiety (?), and discord in every dwelling' Ériu xx 170.98 .