1 idlann, idlang

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Forms: idhlann

n f. Later m. and f. idhlann, IGT Decl. § 11.27 and § 12.3 .

(a) a leap, a bound: iodhlann .i. lingeamhain no léim, O'Cl. dobeired idhlanga mora i n-airde, CCath. 3587. tuccastair idlaing (v.l. idlaincc) curadh de `a hero's leap,' 3607 . ? Eochaidh cen fealbais n-iodlann (glossed : Ua Floinn ar na lingedh droichfios), Leb. Gab. 162.1 .

(b) a rush, onset, charge: is dian a iodhlann fhoghla `swift in furious foray,' Aithd.D. 21 § 6. ni rairéidh a iodh- lann áigh, Rel. Celt. ii 224.27 .

(c) an outburst (of anger) : mo chin d'adhnadh m'iodhlann- sa `welcome to the kindling of my outburst,' Studies 1921, 589 § 4 . a hinmoilli do mheall mé | a cend idhlainde t' ḟeirgi, IGT Decl. ex. 498.

(d) Of natural phenomena,

(i) a blast (of wind) : ruibnedha recht-mōra na remaridhland 'gā righi tar crislaigib com- f[h]airsinga na cisel, ML² 671. iráoch na n-iodhlann n-earrchamhail, Studies 1921, 418 § 7 .

(ii) a burst (of sun- light) : fearthain ionmhall ... | re taoibh iodhlann ngeal don ghréin `mingling with the sun's bright shafts,' Aithd.D. 5 § 20.

(e) a pang ? : cás oile dá iodhlannaibh `this was another of His pains,' Aithd.D. 78 § 14.

? To this : ┐ idlaing (v.l. indluing) | gan ingreim, IT iii 76 § 40. Cf. idla.