éccaíntech

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adj o-ā lamenting, plaintful, doleful: an eachlach...osnadach ecaintech YBL 177a35 = BB 257b28 . ba buaidertha ecaintech batar or ni fess cia croch sech a cheli accu LB 233a25 . comba hoengleo écnech ecaintech uaimnech uathbásach in cathair 155a17 . eccáointeach atú-sa anocht, Buile Ṡ. § 67 . co huchfadhach écaintech, CCath. 2245 . Acall. 4048 . trésan méirṡeang bhfial bhfaoilteach | fian Éireann go héagcaointeach, GF., Ir. Monthly 1919, 3 . gul ┐ geran atruagh [sic leg.] egain- tech ZCP vi 66.20 . nach dleaghair dhúinn bheith íogmhar éagcaointeach querulous TSh. 8220 .

? éccaír

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ind aibíd úr d'olainn tréata | mná nar ḟuiling aoinéata, bun ar éagcaoin d'easbaidh uaidh | gé d'eascair d'éagcaoir adhḟuair, Ó Bruad. ii 118 . (compd. of éc—?)

éccáir

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x see éccóir.

éccalma

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adj (neg. of calma) unmanly, weak, unvaliant: ni bad eslan enirt eccalma ina degaid BB 241b3 = YBL 66b40 ( SR 4165 ). ba hecalma re Grecaib bas d'[f]agbail don maccaem `the Greeks deemed it the reverse of chivalrous' (v.l. hecail), Celt. Rev. x 24.22 = TTebe 2519 . osnadhach éccalma, Buile Ṡ. 100.9 . do chuinnsccléo ní héccalma, Cog. 62.14 .

eccda

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x see cit. under ec.

ecce

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ind gl. follus, but the word is probably Lat. ecce: ecce aear .i. is follus dam in t-aear RC xx 408 ( Amr. CC 132 ). ecce .i. follus, ut est: Isaias fáidh co fír dam | Colum Cille cin miblad, ecce is follus a ear | ocus in dias dom didnad O'C. 1353 (<H 3.18, 615b). écé .i. is dorcha lium, Eg. 1782 40b2, marg . Cf. éche.

éccéillid

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adj wanting in sense or judgment, wild : bō ainmin egceillidh , Aisl. Tund. 100 = bō mer micheillide 126 . fear écceillidhe MR 284.10 . na heachraidhi andrennda egceillidhi, Fl.Earls 186.12 . daoine lemha ecceillidhe, Parrth. Anma 203.19 . Cf. éccíalla, éccíallaid, -e.

éccell

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Forms: ecell

n (neg. of cíall) carelessness EIF 279 : éccell .i. aicmeil, ut est án cach tigradh forrethar airndil nach suidhi[g]thi anmann i n-eicill [v.l. eigill] .i. nocho suidhigthi do neoch sin in baile is aigbeil dona hanmanduib, O'Dav. 796 . ecell .i. gnímh borblachais do imirt fair ia[r]na thoirmescc dhe, O'C. 513 (<H 3.18, 259). eccell .i. ciall ecca (i.e. ex- pectation of death?) O'Mulc. 356 . dilius cach turcreic iar fognum techta cen meth, cin follugad, cen elguin, cin ecell, cen eislis ZCP xiv 364 ( = Laws ii 268 ; .i. im an mbrath Comm. ). cin egill ZCP 366 ( = Laws ii 272 ) ; see ZCP xv 260 . focra fores cach n-écell (v.l. ecill) ┐ rl. .i. urfoicill a foirithin co heallam gach cin do dena[m] tria droch-cell, O'Dav. 1000 . The following exx. may belong to aidgell : mor do bid in Satan for eicill Coluim Cille ┐ a muintiri YBL 164a19 = ecell RC xx 402 . for ecell a cheile `lying in wait for each other' RC xiv 243 . Cf. eigil .i. gorta no fuacht `famine, extreme cold, necessity, poverty, also poor weak feeble' P.O'C.

éccendais

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adj i

(a) untamed, savage: ro marb in nathraigh ndúabais n-écendais TTr.² 52 . LL 223a11 . atconnairc an mboin n-egcennois, Aisl. Tund. 100.27 = an bho ar mire 126.33 . re barann beicedhaigh na n-allta n-eccennais, CCath. 4352 . d'indsaigh[id] cach cineada egendais ainindaig aili, TTebe 1117 . cu fiadhmhilaib ecennuis [sic leg.], Marco P. 73 . gibé anmann egcennais dogebhair ann BNnÉ 186 x . ethaidi eccennsa in fasaig D iv 2, 57 [55]va31 . ethaiti allta égcennuis, Fl.Earls 236.4 .

(b) harsh, severe: gné ecennais accarb PH 3561 . eccen- nais accarb do na pecdachaib 3478 . is ecensa na haingil do na pecdachu (pl.) 3388 . fear cendais lé cairdib, eccendais lé hesccairdib FM v 1302 . Lism. L. 594 . ainmín eccennais fri a náimhdibh FM vi 2374 . As subst. : dona hecendsaib ┐ dona hetrocairib FA 1 (LB).

eccendsa

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n , f. (neg. of cendsa) harshness, severity : a n-étrocaire ┐ a n-ecendsa FA 1 (LB).

éccenél

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Forms: -eoil

(cenél)

n (a) false gender (gram.) : trefocul... cen uathad fri ilar, cen ecenel, Auraic. 1942 . 2067 . 2173 .

adj (b) as attrib. unnatural, unkindly, hurtful : romarbh an Daghdae Cridenbel tre luib eccineol `a deadly herb' RC xii 64 § 29 (leg. -eoil ?).