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(a) pays: ma dudesta ní di bar n-iris íccfidir per ...,' `if aught be lacking ... it will be made goodper ...', Wb. 25a30 . co ro ica in flaith fiach na gu-breithe risin ceile, Laws v 178.16 Comm. íctair meich fris ocus ni hictar aithgin, iv 50.9 Comm. ica lan fiach re fine ┐ nocha n-icann ní re leba, O'Curry 2553 (< Eg. 88, fo. 46c ). conríccatar a seuít frie `until its prices be paid to her,' Thes. ii 239.17 (Ardm.). is and sin icfas in Comdiu a chommaín féin fri cach nduni, LU 2286. is innossa ra ictha a ḟéich uile ... riss, TBC-LL¹ 2991. olc íocthar ar luagh leighis, DDána 48 § 1. aniugh d'íoc mé mo mhóide `this day have I paid my vows,' Proverbs vii 14.

(b) Trans. atones for, requites, compensates for ; intrans. makes compensation: nitat pecthi collnidi híccatar and `it is not fleshly sins which are paid for there,' Wb. 4a8 . īcfa-sa in cinaid sin, Corm. Y 883.35 . ro-ica Dia d'ar ceand or nach icfamne may God requite it, Anecd. i 11.19 - 20 . in bali a m-bít hicca, isat cintach na hí íccait, Alex. 854. dofurcbat nad íccat, LU 8435 (FB). corrofaillsigthe dó an cruth noīcfaitis how they would be atoned for, ZCP iii 30.13 . ro íccus dom inchaib indiu `I have paid for my honour to-day,' RC iii 180.15 . atat araile dona pecthaib icthaid leth pennaiti colleth-arraib. Atat araile icthai arra co triun peinne `for which half-penances with half-arrea atone ... others which an arreum with one third of penances atones for ...,' RC xv 488 § 5. ni fetarsa cin damsa frit ┐ dia fesaind no icfaind cu humal an ní no millfind imat, D IV 2, fo. 74a27 . To the Cross : is tú ro-s-ícc peccad craind an imarbois, PH 2448. is ead is mó hicthar tria áine .i. etrad ┐ croes ..., 8388 . monuar ! ro ícsaim-ne `alas ! we have paid for it,' Miscell. Celt. Soc. 158.z . gur íoc a bhás coir a chloinne, DDána 15 § 10. mar do íocuis gach cáil `how thou didst requite every quality,' TD 14 § 8.

(c) endures or suffers (in atonement) : nach ícfadh se an breth aithrighi `that he would not perform the penance,' ZCP xi 118.22 . chum ceirt Dé do shásughadh tréas na pianta íocfaid ann `by the torments they are to suffer there,' Donlevy 48.8 .

(d) avenges: fri Aedh ... i cath Droma righ ro hicadh `it was avenged by Aedh,' AU i 278.8 . ní fhágfad an cnoc so go bhráth | go n-íocfad bás Thailc mhic Treoin, Oss. iv 100.12 .

(e) íccaid (ní) avails, is of advantage: iccais ní doib in gudi sin, Irish Texts i 7 § 24 . ro ícc ní dissi immorro in cossait sin `howbeit this setting at loggerheads paid her somewhat,' ZCP iii 206.1 . Without ní : ní íca a luga[e] acht a llugu (MS. -a) ḟir (MS. fir) midboth(a), Críth G. 68.

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(a) heals, cures, mends: roícad iarum `he was healed afterwards,' Ml. 50d15 . nephḟrepthanaigthe .i. nephícthe (gl inmedicabilem), 76a17 . atait teora frither no-da-icad `three remedies which cure them,' Laws v 452.1 . indscuchad ainme na ro ictar departure due to a blemish that is not cured, 296.17 . hicsai Brig `B. cured him,' iv 16.1 . ícthair cnet cech cridi `the sigh of every heart is healed,' Fél. Prol. 228. dia ro hícad ... don galur, SR 7375. ícait, bethaigit, marbait (of herbs), 7280 . íctha a cendsi iarom combo slán, LU 6251. is me rot-ic (.i. rot-leghis), ACL iii 10 § 11. rohícadh inn ogh ón Demon, Lat. Lives 75.6 . is ann frisa hicthar in dunibad do thidecht `for thereby the mortality is prevented (lit. cured) from coming,' RC xii 430 § 26. Cf. aatat (sic) a tri noda icat, dechmada ocus primiti ocus almsana, Laws i 50.27 . corob hícta on fodord `until he be cured of murmuring,' Ériu vii 164.1 . gurbo calma coirp-shlemain cnedhīctha Conn, ML² 1270. ro bhris an soitheach ... ros íoc made it whole, BNnÉ 185.7 . ? Of relieving thirst : maith ro nícad `gut wurde sie gestillt,' Snedg. u. Mac R § 4 .

(b) saves, redeems: ithé sidi immurgu beta hícthi, Wb. 3d29 . ar ni fil ceneel na belre isin biuth di nad rícthe nech `of which someone shall not have been saved,' 28b1 . ar huimli a menman is airi ícfaitir, Ml. 54a1 . íccfaid-side cách dia cintaib, PH 6475.

(c) solves, resolves: ícaid som didiu anisin a n-asmbeir ... `he solves that,' Ml. 55d11 . o ro íctha dóib trá a cesta, RC xxvi 10.11 . is é ro aiglestar in naenmhur ocus dobert aenaithesc dóib gonusícc na noe naithesca `that satisfied (i.e. answered and resolved) their nine discourses,' SG 75.17 . acht comblaistis ní dia thorud iraruis no ícfaitis a cesta, LL 166a42 .

? eprid in n-ícfa in fer sin i mbárach ícfa écin or Cu Chulaind, LU 6041 - 2 .