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imma-foacht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. imma-foacht or dil.ie/27842
Last Revised: 2019

 

v pret. s. 3 (? from *imb-fo-saig) asks, inquires: imma-foacht (imcomairsed, imcomairctis v.ll.) dó "cía mulend so"? ... "ní nach eolach íarmifóich" ... he asked him `whose mill is this?' ... no wise man asks, RC ix 482.18 ( LU 1757 ). immáfoacht Cu Chulaind scéla di, LU 10441. immafoacht de coich diambo cheli, LU 8544 (FB). co 'mafoacht scela uaidi cid do rala di ┐ can imusluaidi, Todd Nenn. 210.3 . See íarmi-foich.

imm-lúadi

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Forms: imluadi, immeluaiter, imluadad, imluatis, imluadamni, imlúaidid

v indic. pres. s. 3 imluadi gl. exagitat, Ml. 33d16 . pass. pl. rel. immeluaiter gl. qui iactamini, 135b9 . impf. s. 3 imluadad gl. iactabat, 33b25 . pl. 3 imluatis gl. tractabant, 61b25 . subj. pres. pl. 1 imluadamni gl. iectemus, 93d13 . Mid. Ir. imlúaidid i.

sets in motion, moves (lit. and metaph.).

(a) tosses about, moves, impels (of literal motion) : immeluaiter gl. [uos, qui ... huc illucque] iactamini, Ml. 135b9 . co roimluaig in goeth inna cairpthiu tresna maigib, Lat. Lives 7.10 . rosimluaidh anfad go riachtadur go trachtaib na Traigia, Ériu viii 8.5 . frit[h] neach noimluaided a lama re cach (of wielding weapons) `there was found one to move his hands against everyone,' CCath. 5590. tar cend Conaill ro imluaidhedh eochu, Laws v 348.15 Comm. Druim nAirthir, imluaitis eich `Druim Airthir where coursed the steeds,' (? which horses caused to tremble), Metr. Dinds. iv 46.43 .

(b) brings, directs, guides: "cidh ro imluaidh sib" ? ar Patraic what brought you ?, Acall. 1004 . conid lán biathad dliges iarom in n-aidchi sin acht corop deithbir nonimluade, LL 187a47 . is iad na dée adhartha rotimluaid cuccam `who directed thee to me,' D IV 2, 42ra39 . gach conair rosn-imluaidfed in toictiu `wherever Fortune would cast him,' CCath. 1156. ca hecendal roimluaid ind ... i cend aroili, TTebe 3175 . With reflexive pron. expressed or understood, comes, goes, betakes oneself: notimlúaid fri tromm-dáil `bestir thyself to the encounter,' Metr. Dinds. iv 72.60 . coma foacht scela uaidi cid do rala di ┐ can imusluaidi what had happened her and from whence she came, Todd Nenn. 210.3 .

(c) stirs up, excites, sets going (a person or thing): is do saerad na cathrach ... roimluaidh in cogad `it was to free the city ... that he stirred up the war,' CCath. 1176. na hanflatha imda imlūaidit in fingail, ACL iii 241 § 11. ca drochciall imluaigis sib ? `what folly excites you ?,' TTebe 1314 . roimluaid Ipomedón lucht na cathrach ... dochum in chatha, 1449 . Used of demoniac possession: in tíí nosimluaided .i. diabul, PH 1997. roslanaig Ísu aroli doine imluadit ó démnaib, 2592 . na denaid irchoit do acht imluaidid i fhoendel he, 2210 . Folld. by vn. sets about: is an re shuthain ico nimluaidid beich saithe do cur `when the bees set about sending forth swarms,' Laws iv 176.z Comm. roimluaidsed imthecht, TTebe 1816 .

(d) gives out, spreads abroad (a report); discusses, debates, mentions: conerchlói .ł. imluadi gl. [eorum et truculentiae cremen] exagitat, Ml. 33d16 . imluadad gl. [haec atque alia ...] iactabat, 33b25 . imluatis gl. trachtabant (sic), 61b25 . imluadamni gl. [mendaciter ista] iectemus, 93d13 . imluadfet (gl. lūaidfe molthu Maicc Maire `I shall publish the praises'), Thes. ii 353.32 . psalmos que ... tractat .i. imluaidit salmu et ymnu, Lib. Hymn. i 12.37 . cach mod on imluaiter ┐ on imraiter ind ecna, Alex. 815. guro[s] imluaidh in comairli sin i fiadhnuisi Cait `he discussed that counsel,' CCath. 1106. forbart an nidh roimluaidh i fiadnaisi Cing Artuir which he had mentioned, D IV 2, 70ra37 . clocha no-imluaighdis eturru `which they were talking about,' Auraic. 148. ni imluaidhis fiacha na caingne gus in fecht n-aile, BB 267b1 . is iad cethrar ro himluighedh and, O'Curry 986 ( H 3.18, p. 424a ). ? To this: foruilleth .i. ro foileathad for sin ceile no ra-himluaided (of debts), Laws ii 272.4 Comm.

in-dérig

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Forms: in[d]eragar, inderagar, indéirgid, indeirge, indeirigther, indéirgither

v deserts, abandons, goes forth; refuses, rejects: pass. indic. pres. s. ilinnerghe in[d]eragar o ecluis bunuidh frequent desertion takes place, Laws iii 64.20 . inderagar .i. tíagaid a manaich uaidi ar ni fiu leo manchidi, 64 n. 2 .

Later indéirgid i: subj. pres. s. 3 diam indeirge dartaig la het .i. ma dia n-indeirghe in dartaigh bec reminet (=-tét) rem in ailbin, O'Curry 1903 (< 23 P 3, fo. 23 (21)d ). pass. indic. pres. s. truagh indeirigther (? leg. indéirgither) fa dheoidh | gnim in ailitrigh o Roim is rejected , BB 31b6 .

lethaid

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Forms: lethad

v (cf. leth, lethan)

I Intrans.

(a) spreads out, extends : l.¤ folt fota fraīch, Four Songs 8 § 3 . is de lethas mullach in maic forsin cloich (of an unborn child), ZCP viii 309.17 (Laud Gen.). ar no lethad a n-anae tar na tīrib, Corm. Y 1018 (p. 87.13) . dulend dergóir fora bruinnib ro leth dar cechtar a dá gúaland, LU 9267 . ticfa nel . . . teinntide / . . . / lethfaid dar talmain, SR 8028 . ro leith fid ┐ mothar dar crich nGuaire, Dinds. 84 . loch geinfes uaidi ar gurt glass / ┐ frit linnd-siu lethfas, LL 197a13 ( Metr. Dinds. iii 180.176 ). fuil na lámh do leath `the blood of His outstretched hands', PBocht 5.10 . Of sound: delm roleth, Ériu iv 136.3 . doreir Dé . . . / ro lethsat darsin domun (of the children of Israel), SR 5244 . bá fairsing foirlethan ro lethsat na laochbhuidhne ó raile, AFM vi 1962.9 . Of an epidemic, pain: ar dáig na ro letha in teidm tria ballaib in chuirp, PH 4223 . treaghait ┐ cnuicc hi Laighnibh ┐ ro leth cidh fo Eirinn, AFM ii 884.12 . Fig. of fame, influence, etc.: in gein irrdairc ro leth a clú ┐ a cumachtu dar in domun .i. Isu Crist, RC vi 175.z . ro leth tra clu ┐ erdarcus Hectoir sechnón na huile Assia, TTr.² 1067 . sgéal do leath `a far known tale', Content. xviii 45. Of grief: . . . is (leg. in?) luga ro leth cumha dar Saidb, . . . / lā iar tuitim Eogain uill, ZCP vi 269 § 5 . ro leathsat . . . a ó-doirrsi eistechta re gabad na gealtachta opened wide, MR 232.8 .

(b) Orig. is halved; hence is diminished, deteriorates, falls away: do leath gach nī bhudh ní damh `everything I valued has melted away (lit. spread)', O'R. Poems 3860 . do-chluinim d'éis a éga / gur leath lucht a choimēda, 3843 . neart do lámh ar aird ní fhuil / do leath a lúth fad chosaibh, DDána 56.5 . nír leth a n-áiremh dá nesbadaib ó sin amach the number of their losses did not diminish(?), Caithr. Thoirdh. 42.20 . Similarly, l.¤ ar: leathaidh ar phobal Phuirt Rois, DDána 96.8 .

II Trans.

(a) spreads out, extends : lethech . . . ainm . . . do losait, arindí lethaidir bargin fuirri, Bodl. Corm. 12.7 . (lethaitir, lethaigther, v.ll., Corm. Y 825 ). rí roleth brat nimi náir / im thoebu talman, SR 6161 . tri .l. c. lendbratt Liffi / lígda lettáis dara lár, LL 296a23 . ticdis . . . eoin . . . co leathdiss a n-eiteada . . . tairis, Ériu v 20.16 . gorro lethad an detach for talmain, Grail 3108 . ro lethsett a ngraifne . . . go Mullach Taiten, AFM ii 1168.18 . do leath é féin aran dtalmhain i bhfioghair chroise, TSh. 9147. Fig. an drong leathas iad féin ar shaidhbhreasaibh, 6982 .

(b) halves, cuts in half : claideb . . . co llethad finna fri barr ḟoth ra gére, LL 189b11 (cf. con tescfad finna i n-agid srotha, TBC-LL¹ 2577 ). ? a chalggoin as léir do leath, L. Cl. A. B. 275.95 .

Vn. lethad.

See also lethaigid.

1 taiscid

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v (cf. do-coisig) keeps, guards, stores. lays up: tocoiscid .i. t.¤, ut est tocoissigh ... .i. ata oca taisced, O'Dav. 1563. ni ba seota sirtaisces, LL 385b51 = ib. 17 = Leb. Cert. 192.15 . taiscfet-sa m'áentuma, Mer. Uil. 298 . in t-arg i taiscither seoit ... in choimded, PH 6149 . is oinmid mani thaisce, dia taisce ni hoinmit, Ériu v 30.21 . taisgthear le neach mar ní iongnadh | ... géim éanbhó let it be treasured up in the memory, TD 16.25 . is e nothaisced 'na cridhi cech ní noraidhedh Dia fris, Lism. L. 4893 . taiscid biucatan uaidi `save ye a little from it,' AU i 94.4 ( tasca, AFM i 242.3 ). tuir ... ina taiscthe a cuaich, Marco P. 72 . taiscther an fual a soitech uma, O'Gr. Cat. 191.8. t.¤ in claidem so nó go tí tigerna a dingbala, SG 252.16 . a shéimhleac ... ó taisceadh fút E. since E. was buried beneath thee (to a tombstone), Ó Bruad. iii 62.6 .

In unfavourable sense hoards, withholds: ní thaisce ní ní ba torba `do not hoard anything that is not useful,' ZCP xv 190 § 33 (= LU 3498 ). an ní do thaiscebair do chuirebair amuga, SG 46.33 . nochar taisced peinginn rīam | do chisti ag Colum na clīar, ZCP vii 304 § 15 . mairg croidhe ar [ar] taisgeadh tnúdh, Dán Dé xxvi 37 . an té thaisgios arbhar, Proverbs xi 26 . go dtaisgid dhóibh féin fearg `they lay up for themselves wrath,' Donlevy 218.24 .

? fochen a scíth buágnigi | ... | úarcridi taiscea, LU 10352 . taiscísseo in ro bendach Patraic, BB 234b38 (cf. Irish Texts iii 6.22 ).

Part. seicheda sen-tascidi ` long-hoarded ,' TTr. 966 . ? testemain taiscidi amail scrin, BB 241b21 . ? Cf. ceni rabe let sentascide (sic leg., Edd.) `old leavings,' Mon. Tall. 128.12 . Vn. 2 taiscid.

See also taiscigid, taisigid.