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1 córus

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Last Revised: 2019

 

n [u, m.] (cóir). a chárus (: árus), Metr. Dinds. iv 150.67 . Lit. justness, rightness, proper arrangement, propriety. In legal contexts prescribed arrangement, regulation(s), rightness, law (the first meaning given in Críth Gabl. Gloss.), due: deich lánamna[i] a ch.¤ for coí his proper (legal) retinue (of aire désa), Críth G. 334 . cach sreth as ch.¤ for lár, 223 . c.¤ a airlise, 219 . corus aitire, O'Curry 63 ( H 3.18, 22b ). do corus bard cona bardni, IT iii 5 (title). im chorus a mbescna ┐ a rechtgai, LU 9742 . dechenbur . . . fora ch.¤ bíata with their appropriate refection, Críth G. 455 . corus cana in domnaich the regulations relevant to Cáin D., Anecd. iii 21.1 . a corus cetherslechta `fourfold division of the law', Laws ii 50.18 Comm. corus coibche mna, v 366.5 Comm. .u. corusa coimgi, O'Curry 2310 ( Eg. 88, 24 (25)a ). corus Ecluisi o tuait `right', Laws i 38.22 Comm. corus fiadnaise, O'Curry 61 ( H 3.18, 22a ). coic slechta .xx. et in chorusa fine law of relations between members of the `fine', Cóic Con. 23 § 20 (also title of law-tract, see 80). iar c.¤ fhine ┐ tuaithe ┐ fhlatha, Críth G. 342 . c.¤ flatha, .i. flaith ó déis co ríg, 316 . corus iardaige, O'D. 785 ( H 3.17, 563 ). corus indbir , Laws v 476.20 `river law', O'Don. Suppl. corus iubaile, O'Curry 262 ( H 3.18, 1513 ). cétmuinter co c.¤ lánrechta lánamna with full legal matrimonial rights, Críth G. 410 . im corus lin, . . . im corus duin, im corus treibe, Laws i 122.15 - 19 . i c.¤ [n-]othrusa, Críth G. 53 . atá . . . sechtmonáil i c.¤ ríg .i. domnach do ó[u]l etc. (of a king's prescribed weekly programme), 542 . naidm cōrusa gaide la gadaige cinni gada fadesin 'contracting for an arrangement involving theft with a thief, even if he does not steal himself', CB 48 § 1 n .

In other contexts: cin fis corusa creitme religious rite, system , Laws i 42.17 Comm. inda lemm, romba sí (sic) c.¤ na creitme that that was an integral part of the faith (said by O. when injured by Patrick's crozier), Trip.² 2299 . nī a[i]rchen cōrus a cherdæ fīad rīghaib (of cana), Corm. Y 276 . cách fri a chárus . . . / inna áras `in due order by rank', Metr. Dinds. iv 150.67 . nochelebrad natratha iarnacorus `according to their due order', Three Hom. 42.30 . co corus connircle, BB 280a25 . Matha . . . roscrib . . . icorus soscéla `gospel canon', RC ii 384 § 3 . ? do c.¤ duib `to test the ink', O'Gr. Cat. 119.13 .

Later somet. peace, agreement : dogéntáis síth ┐ c.¤ , TTr.² 231 . co ndernsad corus friu, Anecd. i 18.2 .

In n. loc. corus cind Conchulaind `Measure', Metr. Dinds. i 16.49 .

1 inber, indber

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Forms: inber, Inber, inber, indbir, inbir, inbiur, inbir, hinbir, inbhera, inberu, n-inbera, -indber, n-innbhear, indberaib

n o, m. (earlier n.) n s. inber nDunand, IT ii2 225.10 . in t-Inber n-Ailbine, Laws i 70.20 Comm. a s. inber, Ir. Gl. 74. g s. indbir , Thr. Ir. Gl. 14.7 . inbir, Laws i 122.16 . d s. inbiur, IT i 131.11 . inbir, AU i 336.13 (A.D. 835) . n p. na hinbir , Laws ii 224.14 Comm. inbhera, MR 102.2 . a p. tar inberu , LU 8627. i n-inbera , 5646 . g p. -indber, MR 102.7 . na n-innbhear , TSh. 6032. d p. indberaib, LU 6904.

a rivermouth: inber n-Ailbine, inber mBóinne, etc., Hog. Onom. bir .i. uisce, ut dicitur ... inbir, Corm. Y 158. inber .i. infretum , O'Mulc. 719. co dhechutar á múinnter side i tracht Indbir Béci, Thr. Ir. Gl. 14.7 . lá n-and dóib ... sind inbiur oca fothrocud, IT i 131.14 . do ri Erunn .i. in tan bit na hinbir fuí, Ath-cliath ┐ Portlairge ┐ Luimniuch, Laws ii 224.14 Comm. im chain n-inbir `for the law respecting a river,' i 122.16 . cain inbir .i. riagail inbir na coradh, iv 212.11 Comm. (mentioned as one of the things that add to the value of land), 278.9 Comm. cathir ... for brú inber mara, Fél.² xlvii 2. dia tí íasc i n-inbera, LU 5646. ralluidsium reme dar inber na Bóinne, CRR § 25. ro bruchtsatar ... inbhera na hErenn mur-bhruchta ... cacha moir-eisc, MR 102.2 . sáiter breac a mbrúagh n-inbhir, IGT Decl. ex. 1574. na heasa ┐ na hinnbheara bhíos ag sileadh i n-ifreann, TSh. 6725.

Fig. i n-inber raithe `into the inver of bounties,' RC xxvi 26 § 104 (glossed : .i. in inber ind ratha .i. i n-ollamnas). díol an lín d'innbhear an ógh a rivermouth worthy of the net, DDána 21 § 17 , cf. 6 § 40 .

Compds. ¤muir the sea at a point where a river enters it: gémadh éigne ar inbhiormhuir, Studies 1921, 418 § 4 . ¤thonnach (tonnach billowy) : nar thaobh Eamhain innbhearthonnaigh, DDána 89 § 1.

2 necht

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Forms: Necht, Nechtain, Nechta, Nechtan

adj. (participial formation < nig- `to wash', cf. Lat. lautus from lavare), clean, pure; white: necht cach glan, Corm. Y 247. necht .i. ingen no glan, O'Dav. 1286. neacht .i. geal, Lec. Gl. M 90. nect alainn no geal dicitur , BB 254a31 ( IT iii 368 n .). nemthech necht, SR 573. clía nudh [= núadh?] n.¤ `a new clean frame', Laws iv 252.1 . dath-ogam . . . .i. bān, liath, flann, sodath, necht, Auraic. 5698.

pn As sobriquet? in name Núadu Necht (so interpreted by later glossators): Núadha Necht .i. Núadha nicht onní is nix snechta . . . bá gilithir fri snechta Núadha N., Cóir Anm. 188. Nuadha Neacht . . . ón fhocal nix .i. sneachta, Keat. ii 3561. Cf. the npr. f. Necht: Neacht Indbir Scene, Dinds. 130 ( RC xvi 83 ). g s. dún trí mac Nechta Scéne, LU 5108 = Nechtain, TBC-I¹ 623 YBL; LU has marg. note: Nechtan Scene a mmathair. foíd a mmathar . . . .i. Nechta Scene, LU 5151 = Nechta, TBC-I¹ 668 ; Nechtan is the name given in TBC-LL¹ 1219 follg.

1 scairb

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n f.(orig. scarb, ā, f.?) a shallow, a ford : tar sgairb Indbir Dub-glaissi, Acall. 2655 . as laibre iná linn is doimne | rinn sgairbi is ní doirbi a dol, IGT Abstr. Nouns ex. 1026 . lá taoibh sgairbhe innsi an fhraoích, AFM v 1354.12 . do bhí cēd ar gach sgairbh sa chabhlach `a hundred men for every shallow', Duan. F. ii 320.3 . ? Fig. in: scairb caillighi fesguirmi (Erichtho), CCath. 3954 (see under scailp and scairbide. Cf. scarbh `cormorant', Dinneen , Bidrag 106 ?). In n. loc. go Sgairbh uachtaraigh, Keat. i 114.11 .

turorgain

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Forms: —un

n Orig. prob. —un, ā, f. (cf. orgun, túarcon) vn. formation from *to-air-(fo-?)-oirg-. a form of theft or plunder . Defined as taidorgain i naidche stealthy plundering by night, O'Curry 521 ( H 3.18, 262a ). cid dia n-éirena(i)tar dosom int sheóit s[e]o ? ... dia th.¤ , Críth G. 123 . athgabail ... im t.¤ do bechdin `for robbing thy beehive,' Laws i 166.26 . athgabail fir laisi fuirecar set turoirgni neimid for a indile `the stolen beast of a `nemed ,' v 262.1 , see O'Dav. 1503. corus indbir a t.¤ `to plunder a lawful weir,' Laws v 476.20 . breth im gata ┐ turoirgne ┐ saruighthi, i 278.12 Comm. do gaduib, ┐ do turoirgnib, do braduib, do creachuib, 226.7 Comm. do gataib ┐ do brataib ┐ do saraighib ┐ do turoircnib, O'Curry 2127 ( H 4.22, 86 ). nach athghabháil do berar fri gait ┐ turoirgne, O'D. 607 ( H 3.17, col. 456 ). scripul í turorguin uire iar trib druchtaibh `for tearing up mould,' O'Dav. 677.