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 .

éccosmailius

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n u m.: egcusmailius gl. dissimulacio Ir. Gl. 28.905 .

éccra

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Forms: éccrat

n -nt (neg. of cara): The initial is probably long; it somet. has the accent and g p. éccrat makes ammus with échto, Sits 1919, v 92 § 10 . an enemy: comboing tar écrait n-écomlund FB 52 . crochais écrait Nárach `gibbeted N.'s foe' Fél. Mar. 8 = ecrait Náraig .i. intí ropo écraiti do Nárach ZCP iii 222 ; cf. Fél. p. 90 . pl. do Chruachain...ac nach úathaid écraite, Met. Dinds. iii 348 . in mathgamain morglonnach fri hecraidi con-loing [leg. -boing ?] firu TBC² 3297 (or is this acc. of éccraite ? cf. 3359 ). cindset t'eccrait h'indsaigid thy foes resolved to attack thee (?) MR 170 . gnímaig os aichthi ecrat, Met. Dinds. iv 314 . i n-aghaidh i n-eccratt against their enemies Leb. Gab. i 232.18 . ba hamnas fri ecrata IT i 79.7 . conid am túalaing airer críchi d'imditin fri ecrata echt- rand 325.11 . ? aurlam fri firecrat (leg. fír-ecrata ?) lath ngaile Ulad SC 38 .

éccrábud

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n o, m. irreligion, impiety: cidh crabudh doneth sé isin aois út, is éccrabudh dodéna i ndeiriudh a shaogail, BNnÉ 182.14 . teine in eccrabaidh...is iatt loiscciter annsin, an lucht leis nach gráin na fáinn ┐ na truaigh do ḟodhbhadh ┐ do chrechad RC xxv 392.20 . oighreadh na hurchóide ┐ an éagcrábhaidh, TSh. 1650 .

? éccrad

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n (éc + suff. -rad as in samrad, clesrad ?):. o'tconcatar asrus a n-eccradh ┐ sligi a n-aideda d'fagbail do Cesair ┐ gan conair eluda acco `the road of their death (?)' CCath. 2480 (ecca v.l.). Cf. ro brisses a gerr gara | do thosuch na hegrada (heccrada, hagartha v.l.) TBC 2372 .

éccradach

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adj o-ā (? 1 crod)lacking cattle or wealth; poor (?) ZCP vi 247 , cf. Met. Dinds. v 250 : nidat écradach, Met. Dinds. ii 14 (:cét-chathach). eccradach .i. éccreidmheach no easgcáirdeach, O'Cl.

éccráibdech

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adj o-ā (neg. of cráibdech) impious (gen. applied to unbelievers and irreligious persons): do-deochaid ferg Dé forsin popul n-écraibdech, Trip. 58.30 = Lat. Lives 12 ( = in populum impium). int écraibdech-sa = hic impius Lat. Lives 61 . dona hécraibdechu ┐ dona hetro- cairib IT i 170.26 . trascraid...comtinól n-écraibdech na mac mallachtan 170.2 . Iúdaide ecraibdecha PH 5151 . amal rochlói coradu écraibdechu in domain 1108 . láifither na hecraibthig isin tenid suthain 6396 . 5014 . diumus ind ecraibthig 6062 . oc pianad...na n-écraibthech 5017 . ó bheith cráibhtheach go beith éagcráibhtheach, TSh. 1668 .

éccraidechair

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adj i (neg. of cridechair) dispirited: 'na mbuidhnibh sgíothmhara sgeimhleacha egcroidheachaire ML 142.14 .

éccraite

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Forms: éccra

n , f. (quantity of initial uncertain; cf. éccra) hostility, enmity: ecrite .i. ni cairte, O'Mulc. 362 . eccraide .i. easccairde O'Cl. búi a hecraite foraib sech cách ZCP viii 308.33 . tollem écraite provoking enmity LU 62a36 = TBC² 644 . nirb áil don rig...tullem ecraiti frib to offend you FB 73 . eccraidi rig hErenn friu YBL 126b39 . écnach, écraite, anriad, ní lamar, Met. Dinds. iii 18 . ind ecraite robi dissi fri cath the animosity that it (the monster) had in battle Fél. p. 90 (Mar. 8) . cid Firt Mesca atbermais de | ní hespa ní hécraite it were not raillery nor malice Met. Dinds. iii 22 . slandilgud na cinud cin choimet n-écraite without cherishing enmity PH 8039 . co rochuimnighset a n-eccraide ┐ a n-aincride doibh, Leb. Gab. i 84 . In pl. hostile manifestations: dia ecnuch ┐ aithisib ┐ ecraitib dolleici tenga caich ina gnuis `blasphemy and insults and hostilities' Ériu ii 118 § 56 . Macc Dé rom-anacht...ar immad na n-ecraite RC xxiii 316 . ar écraitib ┐ ar sluaged- aib hostile expeditions MU 26.30 = LL 265b39 . cidh... nobetis caingne ┐ écraiti dúibhsi, ní bád lesc lemsa a digail TTr.² 124 . nach d'ic t'ḟalad ina t'ainḟiacha ina t'ecraite tangasa riotsa MR 262 z . 308.16 . Cf. bruth mathgaman for mincethraib for ecraiti FB 52 Eg. and TBC² 3297 cited s. éccra. Attrib. gen. hostile, inimical: am fer ecraite do Ḟoraind an enemy to Pharaoh SR 3800 . guin ecraite a wound inflicted in malice (?) Laws v 362.16 . intamail ainmech aithisech ecraidi `spiteful comparison' MR 124.13 . rob ecraiti don gobainn in pest, Fél. p. 90 . co n-imthecht for ilchrīcha ecraidi TBC² 3265 .

éccraites

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n u, o, m. (quantity of initial uncertain) enmity, hostility, grudge: cen nach n-écraitius n-amnass, Met. Dinds. iii 10 . iv 152 . baoi eccraides marbhta a athar ag Beoamain don Noenius cedna, Leb. Gab. i 202 . eccraiteas Reffloir ima chliamhain R.'s hostility towards his son-in-law 226.10 . ro cuimhnigh a eccraides dó re- membered his grudge against him FM iii 410.21 . ro bhatar fotha ile eccraittis aice fris she had many reasons for enmity towards him v 1872.15 .

éccretem

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n ā, f. (neg. of cretem) unbelief, infidelity: g s. i cutruma anfis...no i cutruma écreitme `equality of irreligion' Laws i 42.20 Comm.