1 immaig

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 immaig or dil.ie/27661

(Mid. Ir. ammaig, Mod. Ir. amuigh) (lit. in the plain). Adv.

(a) of place without, outside, on the outside: oc fennad lóig ḟothlai for snectu i.¤ , IT i 71.15 . goromarb menn moeth immaig, SR 2845. an i.¤ stay outside, Lat. Lives 6.2 . éoin ... tecait di chlocaib ... in mara móir immuich, TBC 1330. is trebad i.¤ mo threbad my householding is a householding in the open (I am without home), TBC² 533. claideb ... ar a etaig i.¤ anechtair, TBC 5274. cocluinet in guth i.¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 80.44 . co r-facsat leth-marb amuig he, PH 111. dún dorus na huama il-leth amuich, 351 . rochomergedar na sluaig iter thall ┐ amuich, TTebe 2198 . tar ceann leithe Mogha amuich `on behalf of L.M. which is extern,' O'Gr. Cat. 534.5. cuirfe tú pic uirre astigh agus amuich, Gen. vi 14. onoir fhoirimiolach ... na taoibhe muigh, Luc. Fid. 210.7 . Fig. : foracabsom lethchosmailius immuig `he has left out half the comparison,' Ml. 37d10 .

In Laws, in fer amuig lit. the man outside is used for plaintiff (see Laws Gl.) : in fer amuigh .i. in fechem toicheda, Laws i 118.9 Comm. So without fer : itir comaithe ata in slicht so ocus cin dethbhirus amuigh no thall innso `this is a case between neighbours and no necessity exists on the plaintiff or defendant,' ii 60.12 Comm. In follg., seems to refer to the man distrained upon or attacked : ara toraib cach a slan .i. de amuig .i. in cach do rat in apad ani no slanaige on cach dia toibaig athgabail `from the defendant,' i 184.3 Comm. acht masa gó-nascairecht ro indsaidh air, slan don fir amuich cach fogail dodena ac dichur de in fir ro indsaig air, v 148.18 Comm. Cf. tall.

abroad, from home: acht an ccéin rabhaitt amuigh | rí Érenn da bfriothāilimh, ZCP viii 116 § 12. tūarustal tōisigh amuigh, 116 § 15. tāinic lā a-muigh da Mui one day when M. was abroad, Arch. iii 245 § 30. cia baili i fail i.¤ | drochmac Iesse aṅgbaid ?, SR 6137. gat do denum amuich `committ- ing theft in another country,' Laws i 56.15 Comm. gan comrac atigh nō amuich (of lions) `fighting neither at home nor abroad,' Ériu iii 145 § 25. cuiris dá dheisciobal déag ... fá chríochaibh éagsamhla ... ┐ tug orra anmhain amuigh seacht mbliadhna, Keat. ii 51.

immaig a (ó) remote from, away from: Cathal amuigh a Maenmach, ZCP viii 226.27 . is la Colmán mac Lūachāin dechmad an dūine amuig (amuid MS.) a Purt na hIndsi `outside P.', BColm. 52.23 . is iongnadh misi amuigh | ó chléir an easpaig eolaigh, Arch. Hib. i 93 § 1.

Fig. imfocht i mbai nech ... fria hobair immuig who had not taken part in the work, RC xv 316 § 20.

imm ... immaig round about, surrounding: imon múr amuig `around the wall outside,' Aisl. MC 37.35 . imman mbaili imoig, Ann. Conn. 1225 § 22. isin bith fá mhuir um an mbith amuich, RC xxiv 380.z .

leth immaig di excepting, without: is mimaisech a milledh leth a muigh da bur ndainibh uaisle `when your nobles are not present,' RC xix 120 § 82.

taobh amuigh ... de apart from, except: taobh amhuigh dhíom ní bhfuil Dia ar bith, Is. xliv 6. ar in taep amoigh d'ainm in pāpa ..., Fl. Earls 178.26 .

(b) Extended uses : issiat ubla is millsi amuigh `they are the sweetest apples that grow,' Ériu iv 114.3 . as binn le Crist guth in chluicc | in cach reilic amuig a mbï in what- soever (?) churchyard, Arch. iii 233.20 .