in(n)struimint, indstraimint, in(n)strum(a)int

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Forms: ind- struimento, instrumint

n i, f. , ind- struimento, m. ? (Lat. instrumentum) instrument, utensil, implement; (fig.) means: instrumint gl. instrumentum, Ir. Gl. 761. cor bris sé an ted nó an indstraimint le n-im- carthaí e, BCC 300.8 . tuc faínde ┐ bachall dó ┐ tuc gach indstraimint eli do foigeonadh d'espog do frecur ecluisi Dé dó, 256.20 . innsdrumint d'íarann na do maidi ... lena cuirfed sé in corp sin isin crefóig, ÉC i 91.4 . muna thí m'fhortacht ... do na huasail-ionnsdruimintibh sin by these noble means, DDána p. 382.13 . is é is premh coimdelbtha na hindstruminti ... (i.e. of the heart), Rosa Ang. 128.12 . buaidertar instruminti na cédfadh sa curp uile the organs of sense, O'Gr. Cat. 215.14. is e an liaigh as indsdruimint don naduir, RC xlix 10.13 . do orrdaigh ind- struimeint choisearcth[a] na haltora gan tadhall ona tim- thirib, BB 14b31 . d'innstrumainntib mūisice, Fl. Earls 68.23 . na hinnstruminti lē ndēntar na puinc, Reg. Sláinte 10299 .

Collect. apparatus, instruments, vessels: instrament pāissi Crist ... fidhair chroiche ┐ chorōine, chassūir ┐ pinnsūir, sleigi ┐ sgiūrsa, F. Earls 164.21 .