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breithemnas

Cite this: eDIL s.v. breithemnas or dil.ie/6706

Forms: brithemnas, breitheamhnas

n u and o, m. (breithem) O. Ir. brithemnas. breitheamhnas m., IGT Decl. § 38 (88.2) .

(a) adjudication, judgment; jurisdiction . See Thurneysen, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 12 , Mac Neill, PRIA xxxvi (C) 272 n.1 . cid i n-agar breithemnus berla Feini ? . . . i fir ┐ dliged ┐ aignead, Laws v 2.1 ` jurisprudence ', Mac Neill, loc. cit. ro herbadh do Dubthach tasfenad breithemnusa ┐ uile filidechta Eirenn `D. was ordered to exhibit the judgments . . . of Erin', Laws i 14.z Comm. conid hé (sc. Dubthach macú Lugair) ro taisfen filidecht ┐ brethemnas ┐ recht fer n-Erend . . . hi fíadnaisi Patraic, LU 9777. atait secht tacarta tacrus breithem, na fairben log einech, na beir as a breithemnus ` brehonship ', Laws v 252.7 .i. as a ollamnas a ndenam, 15 . Commbreitheamnus, ┐ imdenum, ┐ fiadnaise don ḟlaith for a a daercheilaib `(power to pronounce) judgment', ii 344.14 Comm. breitheamnus . . . don eclais for a manchaib, 30 Comm. rigi . . . do chlandaib Luigdech ┐ brithemnas do chlandaib Auluim, co roimchla líth . . .: rige dogrés la clannaib A. ┐ breithemnus dogres la clandaib L., Ériu iii 140.10 , 12 . Luigith Cosc i mbreithemnus, 15 . Giolla Arnáin . . . ollamh Erenn i mbreithemhnus do écc `chief Ollave (professor) of law', AFM iii 188.2 . am éolach in cech breithemnos fírén `just judgement', Ériu iv 134.24 . casáin an bhreitheamhnuis = the paths of judgment, Proverbs ii 8. bí cuimhneach ar mo bhreitheamhnas-sa (= memor esto iudicii mei), TSh. 643. do láthair bhreitheamhnais do dhéanamh ar Chríost, 3208 . do chúisibh drochamharais ┐ breitheamhnais mhearrdhántha of rash judgment, Desid. 1753. With FOR: sét . . . a brithemnasa for m(b)ruigrecht a s. for his adjudication on land-law (one of the qualifications contributing to the honour-price of the `bóaire febsa'), Críth G. 164. With IMM: breithemnus so berar umun cumaithecus judgment that is pronounced concerning, etc., Laws iv 68. 6 Comm.

With beirid: b.¤ so do berar itir barr in isilneimidh ┐ maigne in isilneimidh, ┐ fear bunaidh na mbech, Laws iv 188.12 Comm. Note further: bíom fad bhreitheamhnas `let me be subject to thy judgement', Aithd. D. 34.15 . bíodh fad bhreitheamhnas `accept it (a eulogy) . . . or . . . consider it', 33.8 .

Med. indication: ni hann gac aoinchneidh ata bretheamhnus mór aige (sc. an teas) chum maithiusa (= indicium), 23 K 42, 69.19 .

(b) Particularly (Doomsday) Judgment: niurt a thóiniuda fri brithemnas mbrátho `for the Judgment of Doom', Thes. ii 355.2 . breithem an breitheamhnais (of God), ZCP viii 199.25 . lá an bhreitheamhnuis `Day of Judgment', Donlevy 484.12 .

díbdaide

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adj io,iā extinct, without male issue: dībdaige (dibdaidi, dibaide, v.l.) in clann, aichre alt, | acht Eogan, Cian is Cormac (of children of Ailell Auluim), ZCP iii 377.22 . Fiannamail imorro d.¤ , Rawl. 159a49 . See díbaide.

imthús

Cite this: eDIL s.v. imthús or dil.ie/28188

Forms: imthús, imthós, imthusa

n u, m. imthús imthós m. IGT Decl. § 35.

(a) act of leading, guiding; guidance: Crist icoa himthús `Christ leading her,' Thes. ii 347.31 ( Hy. v Comm. ). cīall Dé domm imthús, 356.8 (Patrick's Hymn). ni tharddais menmain ... fri imthus na conaire for the guidance of the way, TBC-LL¹ 485. iar tabairt imthúsa fordallaig forsin slúag dar grellacha, LU 4687. dia imthus ... | co ri arbri archaṅgel, SR 2095. oc imthus mac n-Israhél, 4964 . tre imthúus Patraic ra ngab in ríi for ferand, Trip.² 2255. oirecht na haithrighi | for imt[h]ūs n-ardabsdul, ZCP viii 216.6 . doairg Alexandir lóg don choicait for cét táisech do dénad immthús do co tír na m-Bacthrianda, Alex. 611. rethis i n-imthus roimpi, RC xv 456 § 59.

(b) circuit? do gab a errad comraic uime ... an mbānḟuatrōic mbrecṡolus re imtus a medōin, Ériu iii 170 § 28.

(c) (in sing. and pl.) fate, adventure, history, proceeding: t'imthechta féin ┐ imthus na Hérend do innisin dún, LU 1228. tacair lat ní dot imt[h]ūs, BColm. 48.6 . ro foillsig ... cétimthúsa cecha hanma iar techt assa curp, FA § 21. go roib a hús ┐ a imthusa ┐ a deired na tanad gonici sein, TBC-LL¹ 6204. rob ainfethaig firu Hērenn a n-imthūs Táno cosin anall, ACL iii 3.20 . ind aband atracht ar tús | am eólach ina n-imthús, Metr. Dinds. iii 168.18 . co rob maith imthús m'anman `that good may be the fortune of my soul,' 182.206 . iarfaighis Caoimhgin caidhe a iomthus ┐ Caineoch `how it had fared as regards himself and C.', BNnÉ 30 § 39. roan isin mainistir ... co fesad imtusa fira Sir Meliant that he might know the true condition of Sir M., D IV 2, 57rb38 . roimthig an ingen ... ┐ ní fideir Persaual a himtusa osin amach, 74ra24 . innsid C. a scela co leir ┐ a imthusa itir Albain ocus Erinn, MR 64.19 . gi bé úainn do rachadh ar tús ... caithe a iomthús? what will be the destination of the one of us who should die first, KMMisc. 348.16 . medon aidche diúlt ... | Petar ba truag in t-imthus a sad story!, 156.110 . adféd dō uile imthūss na ttigernadh, Fl. Earls 22.19 . ro fiarfacht a n-imtus dibh `he inquired of them their business,' Stair Erc. 223. dháibh is eaglaighe th' iomthós thy proceeding, Content. viii 17. gruaidh leithgheal nár dheirge rós | 'gon inghin dob é a hiomthós `such was her description,' TD 39 § 3. inneosad daoibh ... iomthús beirthe deighmhic Dé, DDána 17 § 4.

(d) Used in sing. and pl. to introduce a follg. noun in the gen., concerning, as regards: imthús immorro na [n]dibergach, BDD § 168. imtus iarla o Hamtuir ... docuaidh isin furais, ZCP vi 274.26 . imtus Serluis Moir `concerning Charlemagne,' RC xix 16 § 3. imthós Eoin, Rel. Celt. ii 204.10 . Pl. imthusa immurgu Con Culaind iss ed adfíastar sund, LU 3514. imthusa fer ṅ-hErend as for the men of Ireland, TBC-LL¹ 568. imthúsa na maccraide batar i n-Emain, 1013 . imthúsa Medbi, 2044 . imthussa lochta na Brudne issed chestnigther sund, BDD § 149. imthúsa Ercoil, rosiacht cósin Troi, TTr. 154. imthusa muindtire C.C. do ceilebratar dond rig, BCC 384.11 .

(e) inversion, transposition: atá imthuus and ... air is toisechu anisiu indaas andabeirsom arthuus `an inversion,' Ml. 47a14 . ata imthus etir Eoganacht ┐ Corco Luigde ... a brithemna do chlandaib Luighdech ┐ rigi do chlandaib Auluim; rigi dano do chlandaib Luigdech ┐ brithemnas do chlandaib Auluim, co roimchla líth i fectsa, Ériu iii 140.160 . ? Here: bā himmthūs fria rīg bā coland cen chend (in a list of futilities) transltd. ` competing (?) with a king,' MacCongl. 73.11 (leg. alternating ...?).