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airgart

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n [ā, f. ?] (cf. ar-gair) something prohibited; prohibition, ban, prevention: is de as a urgart do cach machu Laigde `whence the prohibition', Ériu vi 136.85 . cisne aurgart[a] fechiumnuis? deoruid, doer, díthir `who are they who are prohibited from acting as law-agents'?, Laws ii 84.20 . [d]i urgurtaib athgabala, v 266.20 .i. conid do na neithib is mo ro urgairustar dliged, 28 Comm. (some of the legal exx. ref. to persons supra perh. belong to airgarthae) cach idnucul focertur forsna urgurtaib sa in those prohibited persons (i.e. those not capable of entering into contracts), ZCP xiv 376 § 39 ( Laws ii 290 ). secht n-urgarta righ Temruch . . . turccbháil gréine fair ina lighi i mMaigh T. `these are the seven prohibitions of the king of T. . . . that the sun should rise', etc., PRIA liv (C) 8 § 1 . de urgartaib ríg Erend and so, 35 § 1. trí hairgarta (airgairt, argair, urgoirt v.l.) ecalse: caillech fri clocc, etc., Triads 66 . trí urgarta (haurgartho, hurgairt, hurghairrthe v.l.) bíd: a chaithem cen altugud, etc., 250 . is é co n-urgairt (con argair v.l.) túaithe ┐ eclaise i.e. banned alike by church and state (of a disagreeable person), Tec. Corm. § 28.6 . Oppd. to úais: uais ┐ urgairt . . . úais . . . .i. rí etc. urgart . . . .i. lethcerd, bard etc., i.e. the lower classes of poets, Ériu xiii 29.14 . tri húais dóib: dul ar ríg etc., secht n-aurgarta dóib: dul ar deoraid etc., Triads 235 . uais no urgairt no egmacht, Laws iv 58.5 .

Follg. exx. doubtful: ín días ergort (ar gort?) bagartach / is iad ro ort Indrechtadh, BB 58b46 . nimaes nargart nahamnert nahamluth mo menmæ, IT iii 51 § 95 . fuair argart beara is badba / mac Seara co sean Banba, MacCarthy 310 § 5 ( BB 13b31 ).

Dáirine

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Forms: Dairḟine, Dáirḟiniu

pn Dárinne io, n. Tribe-name formed from Dáire with the neutral suffix -ne. Usually written Dairḟine through false association with fine. The dative Dáirḟiniu ( Expuls. 23 , Cymmr. xiii ) and passages like rí Dáirfine duind, Leb. Cert. 82. 2 f.b. are against the analysis as Dáir-ḟine, fine being a fem. stem in ( Wb. 28 a 4 ). In this connec- tion the phrase Fine Dáire, LL 14 a 33 , Cóir Anm. § 68 is of no consequence.—Also pl.: do Dairinib dó, SG 311. 44 .

I The tribe of the O hEidirsceoil and their correlatives in the southwest of the County of Cork, so called after their eponymous ancestor Dáire Doimthech. Dairfine .i. Corco Laigde .i. fine Daire Doimthig, Corm. s.v. Dairfine . Dairḟine .i. fine Dhaíre mic Dheagath. ┐ ní dílsi do chlainn Dáire mic Degad Dairḟine do rádh ríu oldás do chlainn Dáire Doimthig ar is Dairḟine aile iatsein, Cóir Anm. § 68 ; cf. Daire fine, ib. do maccaib Dímúini di Darini, Expuls. 138 . Mechon mac Dare di Darine, ib. 147 . do Darḟiniu, ib. 23 . ó Dairḟine, Leb. Cert. 60. 5 f.b. ; 64. 5 ; rí Dairḟine, ib. 68. 9 f.b. ; 74. 14 (sic leg.); 82. 2 f.b. ; rí Dairine duind, 256. 6 f.b. ba di Darfini cech la flaith, Laud 610, 95 b 1 . Lugaid mac Itha cóic ciniuda úad .i. Fine Daíre Daimthig etc. LL 14 a 33 .— Dárinne rhyming with glinne: gaid cairdine cor glinne (co nglinne BB): do ríg daigrech Dárinne (Dáirine BB) LL 150 b 38 ( SG 335. 8 ).

II Applied to the Érainn who like the Corcu Luigde were descended from Deda. Eraind .i. fir Erann...it hé Darḟine insin .i. fine Daire Doimthig meic Itha, O'Mulc. 217 . Erna ┐ Dairḟine do rád friu side ó Dare mac Dedaid ┐ ní Corco Laigde a patre Conrúi ut alii putant , Rawl. 147 b 13 .

Daui

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: Daui, [Da]ui, Duiacch, -i, Daí, Dai, Dæ, Doe, Dui, Daua, Dau, Doach, Dauach, Duach, Dauoch, Duaach, Duëch, Duiacch, Duach, Dai, Duaich, Duiacch, Duaich, Duach, Duach, Dau, Dauich, Duaich, Daui, Dau, Dái, Duiach, Dauich, Daui, Dau, Daui, Dai, Duach, Daui, Daui, Rethach, Duach, Duach, Duaich

k, later o and io, npr. m. g s. Duach disyllabic in old poetry: Ferggus Domnall Ainmire: ocus Nandidh maic Duach (: nauch), AU A.D. 562 . gus seiss det toenur cin nech: inn úir Cille mec Duaach, ACL iii 2. 2 . dá bliadain déc réil a rath: ropo rí mac déin Duäch, MacCarthy 174. 10 (LL). fuair Muridach celg tria cath: la hEnna ṅderg mac Duäch, ib. 174. 8 . roscarsat ria gargblaid ṅglain: Duäch Ladgair is Lugaid, ib. 180. 8 . Monosyllabic: n. or a s. Duach, Gorm. Feb. 3 . MacCarthy 172. 2 f.b. ; 174. 2 ; 194. 7 , 9 ; AFM ii 898. 3 (A.D. 1070).

INFLEXION: n s. Daui, AU A.D. 501 . [Da]ui Galach LL 41 a 16 (cf. mic Dhuach Ghalaigh, AU A.D. 576 ). The spelling Duiacch (g s.) CS A.D. 497 also points to a nominative in -i. Daí, BB 234 b 24 . Dai, ib. 69 a 44 . 234 b 25 , 33 . Lism. L. p. 343 at l. 2572 . RC xxiv 182. 3 . Dæ, BB 69 a 43 . Doe, Laud 610 75 b 2 = ZCP viii 295. 8 - 9 . Dui, Rawl. 165 a 42 , 45 . Daua, BB 180 a 32 . Dau, Ardm. 19 a 2 . Trip. 350. 30 (not the numeral). Laud 610, 99 a 1 = Anecd. iii 60. 11 ; ib. 60. 8 , 14 ; 61. 1 ; 62. 21 . LL 319 c 17 . 321 c 49 , 52 . 321 d 15 . Fianaig. 36. 4 f.b. Doach, Cóir Anm. § 88 . Dauach, BB 176 f 2 . Duach, AU A.D. 501 (gl. ad Daui). CS A.D. 497 . MacCarthy 174. 2 (LL); 180. 8 (LL); 194. 9 (LL). LL 182 b 24 . 319 a 48 , 62 . 365 g 8 . BB 47 b 28 . 57 a 42 . 67 b 37 . 84 b 47 . 89 b 9 , 53 . 111 a 48 . 117 b 5 . 118 b 5 . 171 a 31 , 47 . 187 b 14 . 319 a 62 . Misc. Celt. Soc. (Gein. Corca Laidhe). Laud 610, fo. 115 a, col. 3 . AFM i 162. 4 . Cóir Anm. §§ 29 , 88 , 133 , 136 , 138 , 139 .—g s. Dauoch concluded from the rhyme with nauch in the old poem AU A.D. 562 ( nuach : Duach, Tig. A.D. 562 in corresp. passage). Duaach, Acta Sanct. xx 314 ; Clúain D., ACL iii 2. 2 , where the rhyme with nech may point to a reading † Duëch (older than Duäch). Duiacch, CS A.D. 497 (sic leg.). Duach, AU A.D. 560 , 562 , 576 , 582 , 583 , 585 . Fél. 68. 4 at Feb. 3 ; ib. 88. 16 ; 116 at Apr. 18 ; 242 at Nov. 12 . Tig. A.D. 546 , 562 . LL 41 a 17 . 313 c 40 . 320 b 5 , 45 . 321 a 8 , c 37 . 332 a 18 . 350 b 41 . BB 59 b 18 . 81 b 7 . 84 b 6 . 97 a 23 . 115 a 32 . 141 a 9 . 173 a 16 . 176 e 47 . 178 a 20 . 223 e 7 (Duac). Rawl. 151 a - b . Anecd. iii 61. 7 , 10 . Gorm. Feb. 3 . Misc. Celt. Soc. pass.. MacCarthy 174. 8 , 10 . AFM ii 898. 3 (A.D. 1070). Dái, LL 369 a 21 . Dai, BB 234 b 40 , 42 ; but not Dá in Dá Derga, Dá Choca (otherwise Stokes RC xxii 12 n. ). Duaich, Gorm. Feb. 3 n. CS A.D. 497 (v.l. Duiacch). AFM i 162. 2 . —a s. Duaich: slógeth Muman for D. la hOengus colluith Dau hi Scellecc, Laud 610, 98 b 2 . Duach, Cóir Anm. § 29 . MacCarthy 172. 2 f.b. , 194. 7 (perhaps for older Duaich, cf. the rhyme with fuair). d s. Duach, AFM A.M. 4297 . 4307 . 4453 . 4462 . 5032 . 5041 . Cóir Anm. § 29 , § 139 .—n du. dá Dau , Rawl. 149 a 45 .—n p. Dauich, TBC-LL¹ 2681 (LL; Daúith, Stowe). TBC-LL¹ 3496 Y. Duaich, TBC-LL¹ 2681 , H 2. 17.—Hence Dúachan, q.v.

The old inflexion is represented by n s. Daui, Dau, Dái: g s. Duiach (cf. ái poetry: gen. uath): n p. Dauich. In Mid.-Ir. MSS we meet with a double inflexion, one starting from the n s. Daui, Dau, forming the g s. Daui, Dai; the other from the oblique cases (and n p.) forming the n s. Duach. For n s. Daui cf. fili, oígi. Daui is a npr. in -vik like Ogh. DENA-VECA (g s., † Dianach), Ogh. RITTA-VECAS (g s., Rethach). Its Ogh. equivalent would probably be † Ogh. DAVOVECCA or † Ogh. DASU-VECCA (= Dauoch), if, as is not unlikely, it is to be compared with Gaul. DAVOS or Gaul. DASVVIOS. Dau appears to have become obsolete as a npr. as early as the early 7th century; the gen. Duach, however, lingered on throughout the Mid.-Ir. period in connection with síl, 1 dál, clann, Húi, and in place-names with Clúain, Ard ( Ard nDuach, Laud 610, 99 a 1 ), &c.—Derived from Dau is Duichne, q.v.

D.¤ Dalta (dallta) Dedad son of Cairbre Losc, Cóir Anm. § 29 . King of Tara, killed by Fachtna the prophet AFM A.M. 5032 , 5041 . MacCarthy 194. 9 (dalta), 194. 7 (v.l. dailech Dedaid). ITS v 190. 14 , 18 .

D.¤ Dibech Srubech i Cliu, LL 321 c 52 .

D.¤ mac Barrindáin, Reeves Ad. xli n.

D.¤ mac Briúin meic Echach Mugmedóin, usually called D.¤ Galach: Dau mac Briuin, Ardm. 19 a 2 . [Da]ui Galach LL 41 a 16 (and immediately after: mac Duach). Dai Golach, RC xxiv 182. 3 . Duach Galach, AU A.D. 576 . Cóir Anm. § 136 . His descendants are called Clann Duach, Hog. Onom. 241 a .

D.¤ mac Conaill mic Cairbri, Fél. 88. 16 .

D.¤ mac Conaill Gulban, also called Fergus Cennḟota: Dau m. C. G., AU A.D. 585 . Father of Feradach, ib. A.D. 582 , 583 ; of Nainnid, ib. A.D. 560 , 562 . Tig. 543 , 561 , 563 , 586 . Ann. Inisf. A.D. 553 Ninnid is called mac Fergusa.

D.¤ mac Daimin, from whom Dál nDuach in tSlébe, Lec. 177 . Hog. Onom. 333 a .

D.¤ mac Dári Cerbai, LL 319 c 17 . ZCP viii 314. 35 .

D.¤ mac Echach, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 46. 14 . sé meic Echach .i. Dæ Ciarán Feidlimid, &c. BB 69 a 43 ; ib. 44 . ZCP viii 295. 8 - 9 .

D.¤ mac Eirc, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 46. 8 .

D.¤ mac Ennai meic Amalngado, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 18. 6 (Duach). BB 234 b 24 (Daí). cland Dai mic Enna, ib. 234 b 40 .

D.¤ Iarlaithe son of Maine mac Cairpri. Dau I., Anecd. iii 60. 8 , 14 ; 61. 1 ; 62. 21 ; gen. Duach, 61. 7 , 10 ; acc. Duaich, 60. 10 .

D.¤ Ladgrach mac Fiachach Tolgraig king of Ireland, killed by Lugaid Láigde AFM A.M. 4453 , 4462 . ib. ii 898. 3, A.D. 1070. Cóir Anm. § 88 . Cf. MacCarthy 180. 8 .

D.¤ mac Maine mic Cairbri, Fél. 242 at Nov. 12 .

D.¤ mac Macniad, Fél. 116 at Ap. 18 . Miscell. Celt. Soc. 8. 11 ; 24. 13 ; 32. 16 ; 38. 3 , 13 ; 44. 11 , 15 , 17 ; 58. 13 . Fianaig. 36. 4 f.b.

D.¤ mac Oengusso: dá Dau dá mac Oengusa Bruigde, Rawl. 149 a 45 .

D.¤ mac Sétnai, often called D. Find ( LL 319 a 48 ). MacCarthy 172. 2 f.b. (D.¤ Find); 174. 2 , 9 . AFM A.M. 4297 , 4306 (D.¤ Find).

D.¤ Tenga Umai king of Connaught, killed in the battle of Seghais, A.D. 499 AFM , 497 CS , 501 AU ; LL 182 b 24 ; v. Cóir Anm. § 139 . Dui Tenga, Rawl. 165 a 45 .

Dau from Argetros, father of Conchrad, Rawl. 151 a ( ZCP x 375), LL 321 c 49 : Dau Deda Derbeolach i nArgetros, Cóir Anm. § 133 . Cf. Húi Duach, often mentioned in connection with Airgetros, Hogan.

Dau father of Colmán, Fél. 68. 4 . Gorm. Feb. 3 .

D.¤ abbas Aird Macha, Trip. 514. 13 (LL), died A.D. 565.

D.¤ de Húib Turtri, Trip. 542. 13 (LL).

1 doé

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Forms: dóit, dóite, dóid, dóidi

n (orig. doë disyll., GOI § 326 ) nt, f. Later with n s. dóit, g s. dóite. dóid, g s. and n pl. dóidi, IGT Decl. § 14 .

(a) The upper arm from shoulder to elbow, humerus (oppd. to lám arm in general and rig forearm): doe láme gl. lacertus, Sg. 68a1 . inna ndoat gl. lacertorum, Acr. 26v2 ( Thes. ii 8 ). dae .i. righ nó guala, O'Dav. 740 citing Laws iii 290.15 where d.¤ is explained as meaning `guala' in a man and `ucht' in a woman. co memaid a doe láma, LL 292b31 . remithir dóit láma, FB § 91 . luibenchossach .i. luibne na mér na laime ┐ cos eissib (┐ cosa na mer estib, LB) suas, ind rig ┐ in doe (in doit, LB), gusin n-alt na guailne arsisidar . . . sē haisle didiu fil otha ind meoir co halt na gualand (viz. three phalanges, metacarpal bone, rig forearm, and doe upper arm), Corm. Y 447 . cusna rigthib . . . ┐ cusna doitib (where rigthe = ulnas), Gild. Lor. 164 . mebsaitis limsa glaine fer dia mbrāigde, brāigde fer la ṅdōite, rigthi fer la n-uaille (leg. a n-uille) men's necks (shoulder-blades) with their upper arms, TBC-I¹ 3547 , cf. TBC-LL¹ 5947 . turcbaid-sium a dóti ┐ a rigthi ┐ a dernanna, TBC-LL¹ 916 . cu roloisc in tene . . . doiti ┐ righthe na ndibercach, Lism. L. 2974 . co rosedlad buinde a sliasta ┐ a dá dóit, RC xvi 44 ( Dinds. 93 ). a dí ḟoil argit ┐ a dí bunne doat armlets, Imr. Brain ii 48 . bouinde doat, IT iii 238 . deich muince doat, Ériu ii 4 (dóat, v.l.). fail mo láma is mo dóitti, Fen. 400 . falge óir im dóitib, LL 18b34 . órnasc nobíd um dóitib . . . mac na saerchland, Thr. Ir. Gl. 4 s.v. aunasc. bla deilge dae `exemption as regards the brooch on the shoulder', Laws iii 290 . dealc n-oir huasa doidib ina brot above his fore-arms (i.e. on the shoulder), TBC-I¹ 3344 , cf. 3159 and TBC-LL¹ 5685 . dobertha ailge arda foa doitib (of Moses praying during the slaughter of the Amalekites), RC xii 434 .

(b) By extension the arm in general (synon. of lám): doit .i. lam, Cóir Anm. 236 . dóid .i. lámh, O'Cl. trisin doit gl. brachio, Ml. 29b8 . ní ceil a dóe for Láige `his arm doth not fail Laigde ', RC xvi 70 ( Dinds. 118 ) = ni chel a dae, AFM 226 (i 110) , ní chél a doe, SG ii 492 ; ni cheil a doid for laga, Lec. 278a4 . co n-eccmoiṅg a láim dói di Lugaid . . . benar a lám dói di choinculainn . . . conid and atá otharlige a chind ┐ a láime dói, RC iii 182 (`right hand', perh. a misinterpreted compd. lámdóe; lam doe, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. ii 17 ). tucastar . . . dóit fri dóit, CRR 45 , 48 , 51 ; FB § 53 . dóid fria dóid ┐ gualaind fri gualaind, CCath. 1722 . dói fri dói, LL 146b51 ( PRIA xix 544 ). ar ndiceannadh mo dóiti, MR 308 . nibtar dermaill a di doit (: cōic), Corm. Y 398 . dóide dromghonta, ML 134 ; TSh. 6614 . i cein cotnicfat ar ndoidi foga do cassad as long as our arms are able to whirl javelins, CCath. 635 ; 662 , 655 . lotar dō iar ndōtib drenn | cōic cōicid in[n]a Erenn `after arms of combats' (i.e. after wrestling, bouts, fights?), ZCP iii 37 = IT i 109 (where Wind. reads iarnd.¤ iron gauntlets). lederthar a doti, PH 1119 . rosiacht a cholpa's a dóit `its shank and its toe' (its leg and its arm?), Metr. Dinds. ii 100 .

(c) hand (esp. in later texts, cf. similar use of lám): gibe díbh gēbhus righe, | ná siritt slata 'na ndoid | acht ó fhior ionaid Maodhóicc, BNnÉ 258 . ceithri . . . binni clis hi cechtar a do dhoit, TBC-I¹ 3396 . do ghlac a arm 's a sgiath 'na dhóid (on his arm?), Oss. iv 132 . ling ar mo theangaid, a Thrinóit, | beandaig ind dot míndóit móir (allusion to hand used in benediction?), ACL iii 241 . méor dhóide, Hackett xxi 23 . iadas . . . na glac-doidi garga . . . tar corp Conaill, MR 256 . gur theilgetar a gcuilg a ndóidib ┐ á nglacaib, SG 272 . gur bheansad dóide feola a corpoibh a cheile handfuls (?), ZCP x 289 . dodracha caipiri `fists of copper', ITS xvii 113 . cnagaire dóide `a knocker ', Ó Bruad. ii 234 .

pn As sobriquet: Ailderg Dóit is leis ar thūs doronait failge ōir im doitib, Rawl. 147a27 . Allerg Doat, ZCP viii 302 . Enna Dóit, Lec. 52a43 . mic Enna Dóit, ITS xv 48 . mac Enna Doat, Rawl. 154b2 . Mael Doid . . . i cnocaib Maele Doaid, Arch. Hib. ii 83 (?).

Compds. ¤buinne: curro cuir comfota dótbuindi dedhlaeich do crund na cruisigi treimit ` champion's armlet ', Grail 884 . ¤chirrad: mo dóit-chirradh, MR 306 . ¤chleth: dóidchleatha meor-laga ` trellis-hand ', Keat. Poems 101 . ¤gel: ben dían d. white-armed , MacCongl. 97 . duine d., Metr. Dinds. iii 108 . ¤lám arm: roiadhadar na dodlamha doleonta . . . tar na dromannaibh, CF 205 ; 357 . snadhmaid na dóidlámha tar chaoldromannaibh a chéile, Oss. iii 94 . Cf. doé láime, lám dói above. ¤lebar long-armed: fri Domhnall d., MR 110 ; 116 , 182 . ¤lethan broad-fisted (?): ina ndóidib détla dóidlethna, SG 265 . ¤mer: Cerball nír dúi ciar dótmer swift to strike, rash (?), LL 201b30 . ¤rig fore-arm (arm ?): rodúin a dá doitrighid im cael a droma, CCath. 2957 . rolá a dá dóitrighidh imme, Moling 8 . roiadhusdair a dha dhóidrigh, ITS v 38 . toccbuis Fer D. eter a dhoidriogaibh mora, ZCP x 297 .

Doimthech

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Forms: Doimthig

pn epithet or sobriquet of Daire , father of the five Lugaids: Daire D.¤ .i. domatech .i. robhói daibhris ┐ terci bhídh . . . fría lind, Cóir Anm. 69 . Daire d.¤ .i. domh tech, SG ii 463.43 . gen. m. Dáre Doimthig , ZCP viii 333.31 . cūic maic Dāre Doimthig .i. na cūic Luigdig, Fianaig. 28.18 . mac Dairi Doimthich, Rawl. 158.8 . meic Daire Doimtig no Sírchrechtaig, 155a6 . Corcca Laigde .i. fine Daire Doimt[h]ig, Corm. Y 444 . Note also: mic Rosa Doimthigh, Hy Fiach. 14 . mic Rosa Doimdigiu, 16 . As n.pr. m. Doimtech princeps Treoit moer, AU 792 . Cf. AFM i 394 .

imroll

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n o, n. later ā, f.

(a) a badly-aimed shot or cast, a miss (of one's aim) : dosléci Cú Chulaind cloich foraib, focairt i.¤ `he missed his mark,' SCC² § 7 ( LU 3279 ). niro la i.¤ mo urchur cussindíu `my shot has not missed its mark till to-day,' ib. ( 3281 ). no chuired na trí cóicait liathróit sin poll can i.¤ , TBC-LL¹ 976. ni rotheilc i.¤ riam, Anecd. i 6.2 . irchora cen imrolla, Ériu i 116 § 6. glac cen i.¤ im gním nga `unerring hand in use of spears,' Metr. Dinds. iii 460.7 . Lugaid Láigde ... cor cen i.¤ `unerring marksman,' iv 216.10 . ni deachaid slegh imroill dib `none of the spears went astray,' CCath. 3626. fóceird urchur n-amarais forra araidhe an imrall dorala airm a mbí Arg `he hurled a doubtful cast upon them, howbeit the random shot lit on the place where Argus was,' 2190 . urchur n-imroill (d'i.¤) a false shot, a miss: ní dechaid urchur n-imruill dib secha, TBC-LL¹ 2951. cona dibhraictis urcor n-imroill isin cath, CCath. 5673. tuc soighdi cumdachta do do na tabartha urchur n-imruille itir, TTebe 3760 . gae ... do na tabair urchur d'imroll (v.l. n-imruill, Eg.), 2697 .

(b) In more general sense straying, error, mistake: iomroll .i. seachrán, O'Cl. dobretha cor n-imruill fo thuaid ┐ fo dess dona sluagaib he let the hosts go a wrong way, TBC-LL¹ 469. cia focerdtar i.¤ aidci in usci for tenid `for though by mistake at night they are put into water on a fire,' Fél. 228.27 (= in imrosc aidchi, Todd Nenn. 216.13 ). ic á cáinead a muintire ro marbsat a n-imrull, Acall. 7872. Linne mac Ligne ... do mharb Oscar i n-i.¤ , SG 117.27 . ni cluinnfedh ... sionnsa sóighde ... nach dénadh cromadh cinn no iomrall aisdir `that he would not bend his head or swerve aside from his path (?),' Rel. Celt. ii 186.40 . a chaillech an mhuilinn thall | cid duit mo chor ar imrall ?, BS § 38 . comba lór do tochur neich for iomroll ┐ ainéol an dluimhchéo diadh, Hugh Roe 50.2 . sgél n-iomruill `a random tale wide of the mark,' O'Gr. Cat. 400.11. do Thadhg an eoluis iomruill `... of the vague loose learning,' Content. xxv 11. duit as léir mo leas is m'aimhleas | eadráin m'iomruill uaim ar th'iocht, DDána 33 § 2. go gcríochnaighear gan céim n-iomruill | oilithre ghearr glinn na ndeor, Aithd. D. 73 § 18. cen i.¤ without mistake common in chevilles : fil mor n-adba cen i.¤ , SR 638. Serápen iohannes oll | ainm dessi díb, cen i.¤ , Fél.² cxxix 37. am seanchaid ... deich cét blíadna cen i.¤ , Ériu iv 152.2 .

laígde

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x see láige.