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Cite this: eDIL s.v. inill or dil.ie/28731
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: innill, inill, inill

adj i (see Thurn., KZ 48.56 ) Mod. Ir. usually innill.

I safe, secure, careful, trusty: fidh quasi fidus est .i. innill hé, Corm. Y 617. innill .i. in ello .i. indtus .i. i n-ursae. Inill inell ; ello graece intro ; innill didiu intra, 764 . inill gl. tuta, Gild. Lor. 74. a thigerna bi at luir[i]g ro inill gl. domine esto lorica tutisima, 147 . innill .i. urasa, O'Cl. is in dun no a n-inut i.¤ , Laws ii 2.10 Comm. tír daingen dodaing ... innill ... ocus carracbenna sliaph ... impi, CCath. 3803. coimedaig inill `a vigilant keeper,' MR 170.17 . Matha mac Alphe, in sui ordraic inill na rothairind demum, PH 3371. cu tarda thalmain nderrit ndiamhair n-inill n-aluind n-etarscartha dhó o dhainib, Lism. L. 3561. céin nóbítis na hossada ar cóir ... ba hinill do Grécaib techt isin Trói, TTr.² 1260. dá mbeath m'éag 'na éag inill , DDána 11 § 8. ar siúr innill aobhdhai-ne (of the Blessed Virgin), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxi 10. teagar inill `prudent preparation (?),' TD 25 § 39. ar n-iul an uair nach inill | mo shiur ní huaim airighim `when my course is dangerous,' PBocht 17 § 34. aird nó aircend nait ionta innille, Hugh Roe 184.22 . go ndleaghair dhó faire innill do dhéanamh air féin, TSh. 7269. innill ó smacht `safe from control,' Keat. i 178.67 . nír bho hinnill leó anmhain isin ffiodbhadh, AFM vi 1900.11 . Compar. ata inilliu (gl. tutiora), Ml. 110d11 . is ferr lais ┐ is inildiu do anmin neich ind fit bec mín quam ..., Mon. Tall. 152.17 . stiúr, a Dhé, ar an iúl inne, | gi-bé iúl is innille, Measgra D. 52.104 . a naés diairm do légadh uatha i slighidh be hinnille inás an conair ..., AFM vi 2016.9 . Superl. for compar. ni fagbaimsi isin domun (sic leg.) uile rann is innillium ... inas in Tesail, CCath. 4287.

Adv. securely, carefully, in safety: tre múr anfaidh go hinnill `through the stormy sea in safety,' BNnÉ i 214.35 . coimét-sa in cathair co hinill, ZCP vi 45.13 . Muire ... | leanam uile go hinnill (: thirim), DDána 24 § 19. mar do bātar sligthe salchae ┐ ard-bhōthair imchomhga ... ō Doua go Turnae, nī hinnill rug fer a scrīptha ... so mess ... ar in regiōn ` easily ', Fl. Earls 40.14 . tor do dhéanamh chomh hard soin ... go bhféadfadaois na huaisle ... bheith go hinnill ionnta gan baoghal na díleann, Keat. ii 32.

II As subst., n. a protector, guardian ; a stronghold, secure place, security: innill .i. daingean . roseagaid innill .i. do ionnsaigeadar ionadh daingean, O'Cl. inill gl. tutor, Sg. 13a3 . lan fiach for inti do gni in fubtadh, gid i n-innill cid i n-eisinnill `whether in a place of security ...,' Laws i 178.6 Comm. do caemtet a heslinn co innill, co netarscarad friu i n-inill `he accompanies them from an insecure place to a place of security, and separates from them in that place of security,' 242.8 . tucc a dirma slóigh ... leis a hin[n]illib denna Diraich `out of the security of the fortress of D.', CCath. 3465. bidh a ngalar nech is slán | ... bidh a n-inill nech is trú | is bidh a n-eisinill étrú, ZCP vii 302.x . mo inill ar forrán `my safeguard,' Gorm. Jan. 28. béaraidh Míchéal aingeal inn | ó eisinill go hinill, Dán Dé xiv 6. inill `a fortress ,' O'R.