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indlaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. indlaid or dil.ie/28460

Forms: indlaim, ionnlas, n-indela-su, inneoluid, ionnólta, indlais, innail

v ā (later form of indmaid q.v.) indic. pres. s 1 indlaim, MacCongl. 122.25 . rel. ionnlas, Eochairsg. 79.32 . fut. s. 2 nocho n-indela-su , PH 5253. pl. 3 inneoluid, Exodus xxx 19. sec. fut s. 2 do ionnólta , Duan. F. i 15.22 . pret. s. 3 indlais, LL 154b30 . ro innail , Lat. Lives 70.3 .

washes the hands or feet (later used more generally. Perhaps originally confined to washing the feet as that is what is meant whenever the vb. is used intransitively) : ferais B. failté friu ┐ roinnail a cosa `lavabat,' Lat. Lives 70.3 . indlais a láma na ḟuil, LL 154b30 . tēgim co topar n-uscai ... ┐ indlaim mo lāmae, MacCongl. 122.25 . indail mo chossa ... foilc ... mo chend ┐ nig mo láma, PH 5256. ná hionnail bais ná bruinne, TD 15 § 46. Intrans. conid he fen no benad a n-iallachranda dia manchaib ┐ no innlad doib, Three Hom. 122.18 . corub e fen do indladh da mhanchaib ┐ do benadh a mbrocca dib, BCC 442.14 .

indlaid a washes in: ro innail a lamha asin usqui, Lism. L. 2617. indlaidh a lama ┐ a aighidh a husciu in tsrotha, Aen. 1819.

Fig. `a Dia' ar Maeise `indail ar pecuidh dīn !,' ZCP v 498.9 . do hionnladh thú a crú an Choimdheadh, Aithd. D. 88 § 19. ionlaighim ionlaim `I wash ,' O'R.