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codnaigetu

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n [t, m.] = codnaige: cach c.¤ i mbi fer inmuile . . . cach ecodnaigetu i mbia `the more sensible . . . the less sensible', Laws iii 198.16 Comm. is ar[d] in codnetu (c.¤, v.l.) . . . canuit canus i n-emain n-imrinn , O'Dav. 1073 . dæ a c.¤, in mer cen rat no in mac bec `sense', gl. docuinn, BCrólige 61 n. 6 . ? manachtraidter a codnachetu forru, O'D. 668 ( H 3.17, 489b ). fogal cuind .i. fogal do denum ris uma codnai[ge]tu, Laws v 298.7 Comm. mac an tres fir, madh ro bui a codniatad, O'Curry 2473 ( Eg. 88, 38b ).

domaíne

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n [, f.] = domaín: ní daitsiu a domaine na orgne `not to thee the loss caused by the destruction', BDD § 80 . cach fer nochunged Cheilg chaemi | ba dó féin a domaeni he was the sufferer by it, Ériu v 224.84 . Common in Laws in antithesis to somaíne. `Bussleistung', Thurn. ZCP xiv 336 , xv 238 . See also Stud. in E. Ir. Law 25 , 74 . is airium imrínn itir in somuine rotairg ┐ domuine chisa no fiach rofaguibh ar in mac arrears of rent or debts (?), Laws iii 64.3 Comm. dligtech cach torba techta cach somaine . . . freccuir cach d.¤ dofuba fri flaith, 22.1 . forusta fri hurnaide somuine ┐ domaoine, ii 278.25 ( ZCP xiv 369 § 31 . See also § 34 , 35 ). ni techta nechtar nae urtechta do somaine na d.¤ (of a mariage-contract between insane persons), 406.21 ( Stud. in E. Ir. Law 74 § 36 ) .i. somaine didbad no d.¤ cinad the profit of legacies or the loss of crimes, 27 Comm. ni renar nach ainim dofeilci d.¤ i trebad, 360.17 ( O'Dav. 710 ) a defect causing poor returns in husbandry (Thurn.), Stud. in E. Ir. Law 25 . cach fuidir acht doerfuidir, it messe imscartha fri flaith, acht ni fargbat domuine na cinta foraib `debts or crimes', Laws v 520.8 .

As n.pr. m. D.¤ Mossud, name of a judge, BDD § 118 .

imresc

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n [o] ? imm-ro-sech-, cf. aithesc, cosc, etc. uncertainty, wrongness ? : slan imroisc (v.l. imreisc) duib-se .i. rop slan sib-se o cach aiscc, ZCP iii 233 § 17.

i.¤ imrind name of a kind of metrical error : imresc .i. indemin (probably indemne, Ed.) nó indirgi, ut est ard conn canad dicain emain cen i.¤ n-imraind ... .i. cen indirghi nó cen indeimhni, O'Dav. 1073. ard conn cano do can emain cen i.¤ n-imrinn , O'Mulc. 537. Cf. imrosc.

1 imrind

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: háithimrind

(a) n (1 rind) object having many points : dáiní conígí a n-imlind on imlendaibh sis arsein i.¤ bís ara cosaibh (of the descendants of Ham), BB 8a19 . na himir imrindi form, IT ii2 244.37 .

(b) a promontory, headland: ainm dí Libia on gáeith grind | na da-sitlend co himrinn `its name of Libia [comes] from the pleasant brook which trickles to the headland,' PRIA 1879-1888, p. 238.11 v.l. = LL 135b48 .

(c) Seems to be used here of an abstract quality : Aedh Donn mac Ferghusa Finn | ri Uladh gusan imrinn of great keenness ? Acall. 1049.

(d) Used attrib. (indeclinable; see imrinde) having many points: as a personal epithet : rosiacht Aicil i.¤ ilcrechtnaigte i mbeataid docum na scor transfixed with pointed objects ?, BB 439b30 . Dál nAraide nuasal n-i.¤ very keen ?, Arch. Hib. i 361.7 . la fíanlaech nuabrech n-i.¤ , LL 276b14 . trī coecait fer n-imrind dō, dā gae for cach crunn leu, TBC-I¹ 2895 . Of an object: tricha cēt carpat nimrinn `chariots armed with two scythes' (Plummer MS. notes), TBC-I¹ 337 ; 'jantés' Études Celt. xxii 217-18 . os cind Conain Find | in errid alaind imrind, MR 78.6 . deich céd ... slegh n-imrinn ffoda with points on all sides, Ériu viii 136.7 . rechmi cath n-i.¤ n-imda n-imamnas, LU 3423. forácaib in n-ag n-i.¤ , LL 376a42 . Of a place promontoried ? : genfid i n-inis iar nglind | rofestar Ériu i.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iv 304.28 . céin mharus Ériu i.¤ , ZCP xii 391.19 . go hEamain i.¤ (B. na f.), ZCP v 488 § 8.

As adv. ath fostada Féinde Finn | adér rib co háithimrind , Acall. 4980.

2 imrind

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n metrical term the linking of the long lines (of a stanza) by rhyme , Thurn., IT iii 137.25 . Enters as a component into the names of various metres : emain i.¤ (the metre of the cano poet), Laws v 66.18 Comm. See also O'Dav. 1073 , O'Mulc. 537 , and for exx. of the metre IT iii 68 § 8 , Todd Lect. iii 122 § f . debide imrind, IT iii 67 § 6. Todd Lect. iii 122 § e .

cate defir etir debidi i.¤ ┐ emain i.¤ a i.¤ do emnad, conid coimdes a cumasc fri cechtar na da randaigecht, IT iii 68 § 8. (cf. 148 , 163 ). is í seo ind emain i.¤ (of a stanza 72+73 in which the separate couplets have deibide rime while a-c, b-d have rannaigeacht rime), ib. is aire is deibide í.¤ mor, uair is dí ḟasas eamuin imceand i.¤; ┐ ni fasann do debide ele acht eamain i.¤ nama, 69 § 11. debide n-i.¤ fota, 17 § 44. debide n-i.¤ gairid, 17 § 45. anair i.¤ scailti, 101 § 180 . laíd i.¤ , 35 § 17. laíd imrinn .i. iarsan ní emnaighther gach focal di rinn .i. laíd imrinn annso do rigne Amargin glungel file, no is emhain imrinn iar foirinn aile, O'D. 1204 (< H 2.15A, p. 82, col. 1 ). in i.¤ bera re seachta (name of a metre ?), Auraic. 3713.