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íachtaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. íachtaid or dil.ie/26906
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: iactbadir, niachtaite

v ā ( fut. pass. pl. 3 iactbadir, LL 120b4 ) (íacht)

(a) intrans. cries out, makes lamentation, shrieks, groans: a niachtaite gl. ingemescentes, Ml. 63d9 . sernais in ceirnín bōi ic Bodhp ic imdítin a thāib. Iachtaidh Bodhp, ZCP viii 104.17 . Aífi Úathach iachtfaitit, LU 10419 = iachtafid, ZCP iii 257.30 but perhaps read: iachtfat-ut A. and U. will lament you. iactbadir cind de sein, LL 120b4 . iachtais an ben co hacher des a fir, Leb. Gab.(i) 20.17 . roiacht ┐ roeig co cualadar Greic uili golgairi na hingine, TTebe 2077 . ro-búail a bhasa, ocus do híachtt co hard acaoínteach, ZCP xiv 221.13 . roiechtsat mnae dimm `women shouted to me,' ii 315.12 (perh. translate cried out about me i.e. at my coming).

(b) trans. bewails, laments: iachtuis ┐ acainis a ben `he bewailed and lamented his wife', Ériu iii 150 § 3. do hiachtadh ┐ do hacainedh an sgel-sin ... le firu Erenn uile, BCC 72.33 . ? dilis cach forloscad fedar a figisib rig roniacht elogh .i. da fairgither cona dilis don rig forloscad do denum in baile a niachtaighther uime iar leigsin eloighthi, O'Curry 455 (< H 3.18, p. 242b ); 'immune is every burning which is carried out on the circuits of a king to whom disaffection has been reported (?)' Celtica x 69 .