écconách

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n (neg. of conách) ill fate, misfortune : a hainṡén ┐ a hécconach her misfortune and her ill fate FM vi 2294 .

éccond

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Forms: eccuind

adj o-ā wanting in sense, without reasoning power ; mentally defective, irresponsible ; as subst. one legally in- capable ; a minor, an imbecile (see ZCP xiv 379 § 43 . 380 ) : dia athair nírbo chialla | ferg fri mac noí certbliadna...dáig rofitir ba hécond, Met. Dinds. iv 132 . énirt cach n-écond Arch. iii 228.85 . écond cach fuithi ib. 90 . dligid econd imcomet, Anecd. iii 14 . faill do connaib cen imcomet cach ecuind, Laws iii 500.21 . athgabail lobuir ecuind distress from a sick imbecile i 192.13 . on do econn `a loan to a deranged person' v 370.4 . airligud de econn 372.5 . dul ar éconn `to go security for an imbecile' Triads 235 . v s m. a shir oig eguind anbhfesaigh ZCP vi 66.11 . g du. comrac da eccond, Laws v 490.6 . (in n.l.) Ess Da Écconn, Leb. Gab. i 26 . cuan Easa Dá Éagann TD 1.50 . Ros Inbhir dá ēgonn, Ériu viii 137 . pl. eccuind `imbeciles' Laws i 242. 12 (with gl. .i. na meic beca no mir little boys or lunatics 244.29 ). mná meic scceo inghena, aos galair, eccuinn ┐ aos arsaidh ` idiots ' FM v 1730 . urscar[t]ad rob ┐ eccond driving away beasts and irresponsible persons (to guard them from accident) Laws v 156 n.5 . Of language : is ainndiuid amnaireach econd tosach h'uraghaill foolish ZCP vi 26.14 .

Cf. máthir coctha coisicartha eccuinn, O'Dav. 1212 (Stokes would read : c. coscartha, but the meaning seems to be the—? of an incapable is a source of war; leg. coisecrad e.¤ ?). See also éccodnach.

écconda

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adj (éccond) senseless, foolish : ba hecconnda doibhsein dol i mescc a namat . . . lasan uathadh slóigh robáttar FM vi 2212 .

éccondacht

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n (éccond) senselessness, folly : as de asberor Ess Da Ecconn fris, don eccondacht et don dícheill doroine ben P. et a ghiolla, Leb. Gab. i 26 .

éccondaid

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x see éccnaid.

éccondail

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x see éccundail.

éccondus

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n u, m. want of foresight, heedlessness (?) : anfis no ances no econnus (causes of exemption from fines due for failing to redeem a distress), Laws i 102.22 Comm. Of illegal injury to stock in distraint : econnus .i. lis ┐ buailidh ┐ faithc[h]e im cinuid do denumh riu i n-inadh dibh sin co hindligthech .i. ni fitir arma ecomadhais doib ... ii 50.23 (the text is doubtful here, as the gloss seems rather to apply to éccubus).

éccórach

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adj o-ā (éccóir) irregular, improper, unjust : masu sinde tra is écorach...it Bragmanda a n-aenur adat dáine dligtechu, Alex. 920 = Anecd. v 5 . ag buain a sheilbhe féin go héagcórach dhe, TSh. 8997 .

éccosc

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Forms: ecoisce, hæcosc, hecosc

n o, u ; n., later m. ; the form ecoisce BB 262a54 ( IT iii 195 § 36 ), if not a scribal error may be g p.

(a) external characteristics, distinguishing mark, sign by which a person (thing) is known for what he (it) is : conróbad écoscc a cheneóil foir the mark of his nation (i.e. circum- cision) Wb 6d6 . is hecen sainecoscc leosom for accrannaib inna ní prechite pacem (gl. quam speciosi pedes evangeli- zantium pacem) 5a5 . ecosc n-abstal forib 24a25 . basa iudide ó écosc...nipsa iudide ó béssaib 10d34 , 35 . come- techt dia n-écoscaib cen chometecht dia mbésib indulgence of their external customs but not of their morals 11c5 . is e in n-écosc .i. cride imthoimnech co ngoirtius nemnech co ndéraib troma, etc. (indications of repentance) PH 6442 . ba berrad mogadh (.i. ecosc) bai fair-seom, Arch. iii 12 . Cf. cach lasa mbiat fethla .i. ecusc no comartha, O'Dav. 899 , cf. (f) below.

(b) kind, species : sainécosc noe (gl. celox, species est navis) Sg 69a24 . an uair rachair d'innsaighi in othair... féch ar tús créd é in t-écosc .i. in ben nó in fer é (i.e. sex) O'Gr. Cat. 232.26 .

(c) in general, appearance, aspect : oft. in combination with delb, cruth, and nearly synonymous, though strictly used in a wider sense, including dress, etc., as well as person ; snuadh .i. ecosc no sainfeth, O'Dav. 1417 . ba hed ecosc na n-erc...i bae findae aúdergæ, Corm. Y 585 . dorīmi a ēugosg feib rombōi a lī 698 ( p. 59.22 ). a crúth, a écosc, a chongraim FB 44 . tucsatar tuaruscabail na hingene do etir chruth ┐ delb ┐ écuscc IT i 119.9 . Moling 11 . ar chaine a dealbha ┐ ar ingantus a ecoisce (ecoisc v.l.) IT iii 195 § 36 . isin deilb ┐ isin ecosc in rochesair (in ea forma habituque) Lat. Lives 97 . for moladh crotha ┐ datha ┐ delbe ┐ eccoscca in clerigh, Moling 41 . rogab eccoscc doidheilbh fair § 52 . tánic Alaxander i fíadhnaisi na hingine do thaiselbadh a crotha ┐ a écosca, a eirraid ┐ étaig, TTr.² 493 . ba docraid a ecosc il-leth a broitt (deformis esse et truncatus habitus videretur, of St. Martin who had given away half of his cloak) Lat.L. 88 . boi menma fherrda i n-écosc banda aicce (of mother of the Maccabees) PH 6613 . gnūisi bāna co n-ecusc dhuine mairbh acu RC xxviii 318 § 36 . gillae ecuisc anindustae, Corm. Y 1059 s.v. Prull . fer écosca ingnaid a strange-looking man LL 289a33 . teora hialla go ro- examlacht ecaisc (of bird flocks red, white and black) TBC 5632 St. dolluid fond ecosc sin FB 92 . isind ecosc cetna PH 1546 . dealradh na diadachta i ndreich ┐ i n-eccoscc in chleirigh BNnÉ 275.4 . a hégosg ní fhidir mé | ní théd súil silleadh uirrthi, Studies 1922, 247 . ecosc namat ridicule of (a person's) appearance (a punishable kind of satire) Laws v 228.27 (with gl.: namuitt um a ecosc .i. `ni sūil,' `ni srub' 232.8 ; cf. O'Dav. 1297 ). Of places, etc.: ecosc ṅ-áimin...tegdassa adchondarc-sa, Thes. ii 292.22 . ecosc na loch crotha gradhuill n-aluind, Anecd. i 51.1 . ba hedh a hécosc na hindsi, tir mblaith mbuidhech 70.7 . ed a écosc in taige LL 248b38 = ZCP iv 24z . Cf. cit. fr. Ériu viii 135 below. a phuirt is iongnadh th' éagcosg (to a castle), Ir. Monthly 1920, 539 . rob é airdmes...a n-eices ...ar écosc in armuige sin what they judged from the appearance of that slaughter MR 240 . By extension goodly appearance: (ben) co ndeilb ┐ écosc ┐ soerchenel of fair form and presence SC 42 .

(d) garb, attire: triar cruittire con-écosc ríg im cech n-æ LL 248b5 ( ZCP iv 33.22 ). coica ban... co n-ecosc ban síde impu 250b45 ( ZCP iv 42.5 ). ica freasdul la Magnus do bhiudh ┐ deoch ┐ edgud nó ecasc ( livery ?) Marco P. 122 .

(e) in a looser sense form, manner, guise . eccosg .i. cuma, O'Cl. muadh .i. égcosg dealbh, no cuma, ib. muad .i. egusc, Corm. Y 958 . co ructha a breth chōir for cāch...i n-écosc co n-uamun ┐ co n-imecla in choimded `in a manner suited to' PH 4154 . fo ecusc athgabala by way of distress Laws i 192.29 Comm. ara feiser fer recht[g]a i n-ecosc dilsi `that thou mayst know when a lawful man is in the person (i.e. the legal position) of an outlaw' iii 136.1 .

(f) various occasional uses— Argument, summary (indica- tion of what follows): hæcosc (gl. argumentum) Wb 27d17 . Figure of speech: hond ecosc [c]omarleicthiu by a permitted figure (gl. schemate) Ml 20b14 . Equipment, accessories, ornament (?): see (d) above and cf. further: fethal con- duala .i....eccusc comduala, O'Dav. 992 , quoting Laws v 384.24 : ni conai fethal connduala what keeps the ornamented relic (i.e. the case or covering) with gl.: ni coimedas ecosc dala coin 386.10 . feuthal .i. eugasg, Corm. Y 669 . fethal .i. ecosc ut est sceith co fethal condual la cach n-ae H 3.18, 616a (glossary to TB Fraích, cf. ZCP iv 33.20 , and see fethol). Cf. O'Dav. 899 cited above. rogha iomdhaigh a nEamhain M. cona hégoscc orrdha fuirre `the apartment of your choice...with gilt facing' (gilded aspect, splendour ?) Ériu viii 135.8 . In follg. ex. hecosc may stand for thecosc: luid tria hecosc ┐ druidecht a ṡenathar do Themuir through the instructions ZCP viii 311.18 .

In fuil écosc fir agat, a ingen ? nimtha. an ail feis lem ? ar C. are you married ? ZCP xii 252.15 .

Cf. emenina .i. bannda no banecusgda no bangnimach, Auraic. 3091 .

éccoscartha

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adj (coscarthae): is ceó éagcosgartha dha chur | nó tighe dha ghéarlosgadh, Ériu i 22.103 (The Burning of Finn's House) .

éccosmail

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adj i (neg. of cosmail, cf. écsamail)

(a) unlike, dissimilar: na sē fodla tīri so...cosmaili a tomus, ecosmaili a lōigi, Laws iv 278.2 . ní hécosmail aicnedh | dá eoch 's d'fior a dhruimne `no dissimilar natures' O'Gr. Cat. 488 . nach éagcosmhail ré chéile inneall an uilc ┐ na mara, TSh. 9505 .

(b) unlikely, improbable: do sháilis ní ecasmail PH 7546 . ní iongantach egcosmhuil, MacAingil 543 .

(c) unpromising, unsightly, repulsive: dos-riacht caillech ...is sí acgarb écosmail, Met. Dinds. iv 138 . mon ngníomh n-éagosmhail n-aigmhéil (of a murder) TD 3.27 . gerr go dtáinic...C. i gcruth égcosmail `in guise unlikely' O'Gr. Cat. 470 . Perhaps also: daoine is éagasmhail inneall `wondrously equipped' TD 21.7 .