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inchlide, inchl(e)ithe

Cite this: eDIL s.v. inchlide, inchl(e)ithe or dil.ie/28270

Forms: hinchlithe

adj io, iā, part. of ind-cel-. concealed, secret, hidden: mesidechtae inchlide Dáe `of the secret estimation of God,' Ml. 31d8 . arnaib rúnaib inchlidib (MS. inchlid) ┐ diamraib inna deachtae, 66c6 . rí roraid ... | athesc n-inclithi n-imtlaith, SR 5678. iar ndligud nem-aicsidi ┐ inclithi a n-aicnid, LU 2557. do galaraib bunaid, no d'ainmib incleithi secret blemishes, Laws ii 362.11 Comm. cor doirche .i. diupairt, anfis, no ainim inclethe, O'Curry 1992 (< H 4.22, p. 26 ). an almsa incleithi the secret alms, ZCP viii 215.23 . do pecdaib inclithib na ndōine nā tabrat (sic leg.) i cobais, iii 30.12 . tria intledaib inclethib in ... diabuil, PH 5869. Nicodemus cara inclethi do Crist, 59 . do ronsat Goill comairle inchleithe annsin ... do dhioghail a chneadh ar M., AFM iii 276.2 . draoitheacht no cumhachta inchlethi, ITS v 80.9 .

As subst., io, n. a hidden thing, a secret, a mystery: ní fitir idal inna inchlidi `an idol knows not the hidden things,' Ml. 140c10 . la diamair a inchlidi `in the secret place of His mystery,' 53a5 . atchí derrite ┐ inchlethe in menman doenna, PH 5958. ní bhia ort na inchleithe `they will no longer be a mystery for you,' Content. vi 232.

Adv. ro techtsat co hinchlithe intib na dúli, LU 2600. ro chuir Aed ... techta co hinchlethe uad, Ann. Conn. 1310 § 4. do choccar fer Midhe co hincleithe romarbadh, RC xviii 163.27 .

ithe

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ithe or dil.ie/29158

Forms: ith

n , f. vn. of ithid. Somet. shows dental endings in Mod. Ir., see ith, IGT Decl. § 3.6 .

(a) eating, the act of eating, devouring: comithi gl. commensationes, Wb. 20b21 . son inchoissised longud ł. ithi, Ml. 56a13 . air ni foircnea in fini hi.¤ neich di anuas `the eating of anything of it from above,' 102a15 . huan ídi gl. edulio, 124c8 . in nephithi gl. inediam, 127c18 . i.¤ a verbo edo .i. domeilim, Corm. Y 774. coin dot i.¤ ind `dogs shall devour thee for this,' Fél.² cvi 35. ni caemnacair biad do i.¤ , ScM. R § 3 . lin a hi.¤ a number large enough to eat it (of the paschal lamb), SR 3910. fearunn do cennach dia ar, no d'ithi a feoir (i.e. for ploughing or grazing), Laws ii 358.25 Comm. dia ndenaid gait, no gat d'ithedh, Laws i 56. 10 Comm. ar dith a éan, ar n-a n-ithedh do'n phréachán, Celt. Rev. x 143.9 . dobheir da n-echaib iat re n-ighti, Stair Erc. 2315. gurab falláin do'n duine `amigdolum' re . n-a ithidh, Eochairsg. 100.2 . do bhi toirmeasgtha orra an iodhbairt ... do eitheadh, Luc. Fid. 246.12 . lochaidh ag i.¤ na ngort uile, AFM ii 988.16 . do shuigh an pobal síos do chum i.¤ agus ibhthe, 1 Corinth. x 7. ? To this: a gheoidh iarna ghabail ... a ithí ímil edaigh thou that gnawest the edge of clothing ? (in a series of abusive phrases), IT iii 103 § 193. Meyer, Bruchst. i 28 § 63 reads: a ithe i mīl ētaig `der du (? leg. du der) dich von Kleiderlaüsen nährst.'

(b) a gnawing pain: ar tsergaib, ar ithib, ZCP x 346 § 10. cordis morsum i.¤ croidhe, 23 K 42, 45.17 . re heasbhadh codalta ┐ re hi.¤ bhéil an ghaile, 149.20 .