? éccobair

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n (? cobair): cen nach for écobair, Trip. 216.18 , but see Trip.2 2564 .

1 éccobsaid

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adj i (neg. of cobsaid) unsettled, unstable, unsteady : an t-éigmheadh ainbháil eccobsaidh na mban `wavering cries' Ériu v 76.1 . araill dib ina suide ┐ araill aile co hurchrom eccobsaidh os a mbordaib bending over their tables without settling down CCath. 5196 .

2 éccobsaid

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n i conscienceless, wanton (?) : fuair a airleach gan airisiomh, ┐ a oidhedh co heccobhsaidh `was ...unsparingly slain' FM v 1764.17 . Cf. éccuibsech.

éccobsaidecht

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n ā, f. (neg. of cobsaidecht) instability : aurchra ┐ ecobsaidecht in tsoegail, Todd Lect. vi 36.11 .

éccodnach

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o-ā (neg. of codnach) ` non compos ,' hence

adj (a) deprived of reason, irresponsible, imbecile : cor foceird baeth .i. cunnrad doni in t-eccodnach a contract which the idiot makes Laws iii 6.21 Comm. masa codnach ruc in lenamh ar a muin istech...masa ecodnach `a sensible adult...a non-sensible (irresponsible) person' i 178.18 Comm. in codnach dar erbad in t-ecodnach do coimet iii 500.22 Comm. (Of cases where there is guiltlessness in accidental injury to persons looking on at work) iar ndliged urfocra ┐ urscarta .i. urfocra do codnachuib...┐ urglana dona heccodnachuib the sensible adults are warned and the irresponsible are driven away v 158.1 Comm. dar cend na robb ┐ na n-ecodnach RC iii 185.6 = LL 122b17 .

n (b) an infant at law, minor : is e airet is ecodnach in mac the time during which the son is an infant (i.e. up to the age of seventeen) Laws ii 188.3 Comm. = O'Curry Transcr. 2368 . na mir ┐ na hecodnaig ┐ na daīr `infants' i 86.21 Comm.

éccodnaige

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n , f. want of sense or reason : foscichretc uili i ndassacht ┐ ecodhnaighi la omon, Ériu ii 136.2 .

éccodnaigetu

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n t, f. state of being a minor, infancy (at law), nonage : araill dib ar a n-uaisle saerthar iat, araill aile is a n-ecodnaigetu `their nonage exempts others' Laws iii 112.14 Comm. isi a n-eccodnaidetu rosoer iat 402.26 Comm.

éccoibdelach

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adj o-ā (neg. of coibdelach) not of the kin, extrageneous : as subst. : i leth re hecoibdelach, O'Dav. 309 .

éccoimsech

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adj (1 coimsech): an toradh mór, lóghmhar, éuccoimsigh, glórmhar 'incomparable' Ériu xv 126 (136b) , (Supplement 48).

éccoimtig

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adj i (neg. of coimtig) unusual, unwonted ; un- likely : ecoimdigi .i. nemgnathach no anminic H 3.18, p. 529 . écoimtig (gl. inusitatum) Sg 138a13 . ainm n-eccomtigh a rare noun Hib. Min. 13.439 . dusn-ainicc gach maith etir biad ocus (sic) cuimtig ocus eccuimdig IT i 137.27 . pl. conacae eonu findbreca mora and ecomdighe (até écomtighe v.l.) ar met ┐ dath BDD 13 . In Laws applied technically to a place where lost property is unlikely to be accidentally found (see Ériu ix 35 ) : is ed is ecoimdi, cach inadh i nā aithighit acht longa a n-aenur the `unlikely' part (of a strand) is every place which is frequented by ships alone Laws v 324.24 Comm. issed is eccoimdi don tigh, a cuile ┐ a corrogi no a cula ┐ a leptha ┐ a hachlasga ┐ a inada dorcha 326.14 Comm. issed is eccoimdigh indti, a cula ┐ a garrda ┐ a inada diamra (of a `cathir' or religious settlement) 326.31 Comm. mad eccoimdigh, mad coimdig 320.17 . eccoimded 320.12 . fo aicned coimded no eccoimded iii 320.19 . ecomme ii 128.28 Comm.

éccóir, éccáir

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Forms: ecóir, éccóra, éccórach, éccóire

i (neg. of cóir)

adj I Incongruous, wrong, inaccurate, improper, unjust, unfitting : ecóir (gl. incongruum) Sg 30a19 . manip ecoir frisin stoir if it be not at variance with the history Ml 14d10 . ni hecoir laisim he deems it not amiss Mon. Tall. § 58 . ná denaid ni bas écóir SR 3114 . blúsar .i. nuall ard écoir, Tr. Phil. Soc. 1859, 173 = O'Mulc. 180 . ecóir duit amles ar slúaig it is wrong for thee TBC 490 . ba hécoir doib Crist do orcain PH 3679 . ecoir i ndernais what thou hast done is wrong TBC² 2504 . fogal adbal écáir, Met. Dinds. iii 4 . atchonnaic Andromache...aslingi n-ingnad n-écóir da fir LL 242b45 = TTr. 1939 . rochoimdidnaistair indí naem Muire ind ḟis (i.e. Joseph's vision) ar rogab toimdin ecoir di fein for she had conceived an unjust opinion of herself YBL 156b23 . ba he met ro-lad cor dia indtleacht na hingine...combao taircill ┐ combo heccoir a ndognidis a lama ZCP xiii 262.21 . is cath écoir in cath sin (ni fuil fír catha acatsa v.l.), Acall. 3018 . cech ní da tucais toil écoir PH 7820 . fédliugud isin cinded ecoir 5259 . gan ḟear i n-ionadh éagcóir, Gofraidh Fionn, Ir. Monthly 1919, 106 . an díomas éagcóir (one of the capital sins) Dán Dé xxxi 35 . cúis éagcáir, Content. ix 25 . x 11 . Adverbially: éagóir doradas grádh... I was wrong to love... Dánta Gr.² 84.13 . éagóir atáid na trí rígh | ar ṡíol gC., TD 9.43 . Keat. ii 839 . 5141 . fógrais [cogadh] go héagáir TD 18.25 . In special sense : ecoir nadma one who cannot rightfully make a contract (a minor) Laws i 84.28 (expld : .i. mac beo- athar .i. inti is ecoir do gabail i naidm nascairecht 86 ). Compar. : cid ēcōru mo beithse and anās cach deglæch ? TBC² 2224 .

II Subst. i, n., later f. ; gen. éccóra, later also éccórach, éccóire, see IGT, Decl. § 42 . Wrong, impropriety, in- justice (used both of errors of judgment and of moral wrong) : is olc gach `égcóir' Met. Gl., Eg. 23 . issed ám a n-écóir putare (gl. quid sic incongruum quam...putare ?) Sg 211 a 3 . .i. écoir dungni som ón `i.e. the wrong which he does' Ml 127a5 . ba immarcraid ┐ ba écóir LL 220a19 . imnid ┐ écora ib. 10 . is fair [ro] himred ecoir, MacCarthy 27 . cid mór dh'olcaib ┐ d'écóraib daringsem ri hAilill TBC 2906 . i cinaid cech ecora do-rónus frit PH 2241 . do dhíoghail na neccórach dognífider re Senan ZCP x 22 n. 3 . ac dénam uilcc ┐ écórach, Acall. 7769 . a ndingnaid d'eccoir ┐ d'aindlighedh ar na dainib BCC § 127 . an tan dogníther eccóir no inghreim ar an inis ZCP x 22 . is missi rabói ar in chóir ┐ iatsom ar ecóir LL 150a7 = SG 71 . is sib atá ar an écoir, Acall. 7119 . na bí for comrorcain na for ecoir PH 6603 . Cú Uladh ┐ Domhnall...do erghabhail la M. ina n-éccóraigh fein for their own misdeed FM ii 1064.7 . a shoud o écoir ┐ a thabairt for cóir PH 2127 . lenfaid adhaltras is écāir ZCP iii 31.34 . ní dhéinim éagcóir ort `injuriam' TSh. 10137 . ag déanamh...éagcóra ar anbhfannaibh 3545 . Error : do gheibhid na daoithe...lochta is na neithibh bhios gan locht...┐ leigidh siad an égoir tharrsa gan an locht bhios go follas indte dfaicsin, Carswell 22 . Usually with subj. gen.: a n-écora fri Greco LL 220a20 = TTr. 217 . do dighail ar n-uilc ┐ ar n-écorach oraind, Celt. Rev. ix 120 = TTebe 1960 . oc athi bar col ┐ bar n-écora foraib PH 3638 . TD 18.13 ; but also obj. gen. : mairg na dingne córa friu fo bíth is esbach a n-écoir do dénam LL 234b15 = TTr. 1303 . da chuimnigh a egoir ┐ a anfolaidh YBL 338a16 . m'égcóir, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 150.12 . méad m'éagára is m' aindlighidh TD 42.3 . (lucht) na héagcóra workers of injustice TSh. 5348 . éagcóir beóil ┐ láimhe d'fhulang 2962 . Cf. ecorai cosnadae TBC² 3447 (rhet.).