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Cite this: eDIL s.v. in-gnin or


Forms: andagniat, adagninat, ingéuin, n-inginter, enggnatar, ingnaidi, engnae

v indic. pres. pl. 3 andagniat (? leg. adagninat), IT iii 237.59 . pret. s. 3 ní ingéuin , Ml. 69a15 . Pass. pres. s. ? tresa n-inginter , Laws ii 262.12 Comm. subj. pres. pl. coní enggnatar , Sg. 209b13 . Verb. necess. ingnaidi, Ml. 63a9 . Sg. 74b3 . Vn. engnae.

recognises, knows, understands: connach n-ingeuin intí abimelech `knew him not,' Ml. 52. andagniat iarum comtar iat in da mucuid, IT iii 237.59 . issed inso nád chumaing aranísar and coní enggnatar gníma acht asagnintar `that actions are not understood but they are understood,' Sg. 209b13 . na dernat acais [a mbais] .i. ar na dernat cin tres a ninginter a flaith do basugadh through which it is known their chief (will be) put to death ?, Laws ii 262.12 Comm. is ingnaidi it is to be recognised (gl. intellectus), Ml. 63a9 . a tuasulcud adi indi rainn ingnaidi `into two intelligible parts,' Sg. 74b3 . it ingnaidi gl. ignoscenda (through a misunderstanding of the meaning of the Latin), Ml. 105c10 .