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ingnad , ingnáth

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ingnad , ingnáth or dil.ie/28675

Forms: d'ingnud, ingnuth, inganta, n-ingnad, ingantaib, ingnam, ingnáth, iongna(dh)

adj o, ā (4 in- + gnáth). d s. d'ingnud, SR 336. ingnuth, Im. Brain § 2. n p. inganta, LU 1970. g p. n-ingnad , ZCP v 496 § 3. d p. ingantaib, BDD² 455. The form ingnam occurs three times : ca hingnamh cin agam féin, IT ii2 116.29 . nírb ingnam ríghi ṅhĒrenn ... do beith ag Finn, Fianaig. 86.10 . is ingnamh ní dfághail, Hard. ii 290. n.b. The form ingnáth (: cách, LU 3718 ), a later re-formation from gnáth, is frequently used in contrast with gnáth and sometimes independently.

I strange, wonderful, remarkable, unusual, unfamiliar: is i.¤ linn a n-adciam `we marvel at ...,' Ml. 16c5 . ba i.¤ lium, Thes. ii 291 § 1 ( Ml. Poems i ). nīrb i.¤ | i tig Chrundmāil ... | salann for arān cen imm, Bruchst. i § 75 . in ben a tírib ingnath (ingnaut, v.l.), Im. Brain § 1. in mnái i n-étuch ingnuth, § 2. dor-riagat ilardae uisscib indberaib ingantaib `with wondrous waters,' BDD² 455. is i.¤ mad brónach frimsa innocht, 277 . gach maith ... etir biad ocus cuimtig ocus eccuimdig, etir gnath ocus ingnath, IT i 137.28 . ba hi.¤ sin i nduine nár lég littri no légend ina óitid, Lat. Lives 100.13 . ní hi.¤ limm cid marb `nec mirum ...,' 13.2 . bale ingnad cíar bo gnád `wonderful though not unknown,' SC² 477 ( LU 3667 ). airechta écsamla inganta and, LU 1970. is adbul ... ┐ is i.¤ fria innisin sudigud inna catrach, 2074 . is me ra chunnig in coibchi n-ingnaid na ra chunnig ben riam remom, TBC 30. fér (read fer) écosca ingnaid of strange appearance, RC xiii 442 § 18. o comla nad bud i.¤ a coibeis do beith for ain, Laws i 140.26 Comm. cidh be aighaigh, gnath no ingnath `whatever death, usual or unusual,' ii 170.17 Comm. i.¤ an clu ata oruibh-si, CF 452. ciarb i.¤ la Sen-Garmain un- known to, Met. Dinds. iii 246.56 . gnim n-i.¤ n-indligtheach ... .i. ingnath ara ainmenci, Auraic. 101. a tírib ingnadu, a tirib gnath, ZCP ii 315.2 . is ingnáth lium ce hiat na sluaigh ud, vi 77.33 . guth na n-én n-ingnad , v 496 § 3 . ingnadh mh' aisling a nEamhuin `wondrous my vision,' O'Gr. Cat. 334.28. én ┐ etaidi ingnathae na hAffraici, CCath. 3206. i.¤ bearar in slúaiged `strangely is the hosting carried,' Ir. Review 1912, 250 § 12 . ga srotha innalta as ḟearr | locha inganta Éireann, IGT Decl. ex. 2065. sgél iongnadh, ib. § 178. do bhreith iongnáith éagcosmhail, Content. v 28. atcluin cach, etir inggnath ┐ gnath `both common and uncommon,' FM i 478.11 . is iongnadh an dáil dóibh, nach tuigid ..., TSh. 109. gurab álainn oireaghdha bhíos anam an fhíréin, ní nach iongnadh `which is not to be wondered at,' 1328 . nach iongnadh anois nach bhfuilmid cumasach air aoin-ní smuaineadh uain féin, Donlevy 210.z . ? To this : moltai nui ingainti nad rocheta riam `new unmade praises' (gl. inusitata carmina), Ml. 115b4 . Compar. and superl. is inganto ... a mbeó, LU 5164. ní hinginta a tabuirt isin mbec iná gabail isin mór, Laws i 270.18 Comm. conad iat tri neichi is inganta, v 426.9 Comm. mirbuil bud mo na bud ingantu inas, PH 33. in sét ... is ingantu fūair Find, Fianaig. 50 § 25. atá toirrcheas uasal álainn | is ionganta 'mar iadh brú, Aithd.D. 70 § 12. Equat. nī dechaid ... | marbān badid n-ingnathar, Bruchst. § 102.

II Freq. used as a subst. o,n., later o, m. IGT Decl. § 49.6 . Mod. Ir. iongna(dh).

(a) a wonder, a marvel, a miracle ; (of a person) a stranger (as opposed to gnáth an acquaintance) : cid armad machdad anísin ol atá lee dano an ingnad so `since it has this marvel,' Sg. 167a4 . in rí ... | doarfaid dún cach n-i.¤ , SR 326. déca cach i.¤ ar n-úair, LU 3605. dia hordaib écsamlaib ┐ dia ingantaib, 2076 . do-rala i.¤ mor mirbolldai and, PH 143. inganta Eirend uili | eter tráigh ocus tuili, Arch. ii 145.26 . co n-umle, co n-āilgena | fri hingnad, fri gnādh towards stranger and acquaintance, iii 320 § 94 . medrait gnáith ┐ ingnaith, ZCP xi 83 § 26. in t-ochtmad i.¤, fochlaid fil i tír Guent, Todd Nenn. 116.7 . beg in t-iongna buadh gá buidh- nib, O'Gr. Cat. 507.6. go bhfaicinn a míola mára | mó gach n-iongnadh, Measgra D. 42.20 . ma théid fear d'íarr- aidh iongnuidh (: Toirrdhiolbhuigh), IGT Decl. ex. 1298. go ttiocfa an comhartha nó an t-iongnadh a gcrích, Deut. xiii 2. Folld. by clause introduced by cia, cé : cia hingnad imorro ro-boi and iar fhír, cia no-dechsad hi curp ..., PH 6749. machdath ┐ ingnad lim-sa ... cia no thescfad ..., TBC 743. neimhiongnadh gin go ndeach dhíom | mo thoirse ..., Aithd.D. 23 § 18. Folld. also by vn. : cá hingnad ét ┐ ferg do dúscad air-sium ?, PH 7725.

cuirid i n-i.¤ wonders at: ná cuir i n-iongnadh ... | a bheith ós chách i gceannus, Content. vi 18. i n-iongnadh ní curtha dhúinn ... we should not wonder at, 15 . ní cóir a gcur i n-iongna | breatha ... an Tighiorna `we must not wonder at ...,' A. Ó Dálaigh lii 37. agá chor i n-iongnadh créad as a gcuireadh Dia an cor so nó an cor oile dhíobh, TSh. 5304. cuirid i n-i.¤ ar wonders at ... in: níor chuir mé i n-iongna oruibh ... gan bheith I did not wonder at your not being ..., Aithd.D. 41 § 5. baoi do dhuthracht im dhál- aibh Erenn do iomchoimeud ag na senchaidhibh nár chuirthe i n-iongnadh orra fios da fhoirlethne dhá ffuigfidís, Geneal. Tracts i 14.2 .

ina i.¤ ar to be wondered at by (or in) : dá mbiadh in a iongnadh ar aon duine cionnus b'fhéidir a rádh gur Dia gach Pearsa dhíobh if anyone should wonder ..., Eochairsg. 38.11 . ráth na ríogh dha thoil go dtiobhradh | ná bíodh soin 'na iongnadh air let no one be surprised that he should ..., L.Cl.A.Buidhe, 237.8 .

(b) wonder, astonishment: ro gab ingnad in dóirseoir acá faicsin, SG 240.7 . ná bíodh oraibh a n-omhan ná a n-iongnadh, Keat. Poems 814.

Dimin. as npr. m. Ingnadan, ferleighinn Cluana hEraird, FM ii 938.2 .