éccumsanad

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n u, o, m. (neg. of cumsanad) unrest, disturbance: eccumsanadh coccaidh, CCath. 3790 . acht mad eccumsunad ┐ etfualang dom buaidread restlessness TTebe 1352 .

? éccum(m)tha

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ind (? neg. of cumtha): is éc[u]machta .i. is écumtha, Cóir Anm. 77 ; 'ill-conceived' Cóir A.2 ii 169 . See éccumachta.

éccundail, éccundla

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adj (neg. of cundail) heedless, in- discreet, irresponsible: ecundail .i. (ní cund)ail, O'Mulc. 358 (Stokes compares: .i. eisinnraic, ut est mad ecunnail fri bás H 4.22, p. 61 b .; cf. follg. ex.). econnail .i. ecrinna ut est ina econnail fri bas cerbo connail ina slainte H. 3.18, 286 . gen duini n-oc n-eccundail BB 243a3 = cen ócdaine SR 4589 . nidat anbsaid ecundail, Ériu iii 14 § 12 . amadán égconnla (sic MS.) Ériu v 164.26 . Women are described as: écundla airechta, Tec. Corm. § 16.19 ; labra écundla ib. 50 .

éccutrumma

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adj io-iā (neg. of cutrumma) unequal; un- even: numuir ecutrumma an odd number Goid. 102.2 ( Lib. Hymn. i 64 ). (a)r ecutrumma Dia fria dulib for God is not on a parity with His creatures, ib. ( Lib. Hymn. i 64 - 65 ). techtfait méit n-écsamail ┐ méit n-ecutrumma ina corpaib RC xxv 238. 12 = LU 34b44 .

éccutrummus

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n u, o, m. (neg. of cutrummus) inequality, disproportion: ro bui écutrumus mór ┐ derrscnugud dermair iter ord a flaithiusa ┐ indram a n-aicenta (of Caesar and Pompey) CCath. 325 .

ecenocht

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Forms: n-ecenocht

n (Lat. aequinoctium) equinox: in n-ecenocht at the equinox Ml 111a9 . Cf. huare aequinocht of an equinoctial hour Bcr 25c1 , and see equinoctás.

? écét

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ind cac[h] maiden dotaircceba | écét con seingbla seola [leg. seingblén sedl...?] milrad Muidi Murtemni... ZCP xiii 276.6 . eicet cor find foscod tráid LL 298a2 = SG 366.4 . sagha...acc eicet air RC xliii 84.17 . As npr. m. Amorgine mac Ecetsalach … do t[h]igh Ecetsalach Corm. Y § 690 . Cf. next.

? ecetach

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ind amal rochualatar...eicethach (ecetach v.l.) na n-onchon ina ndeghuidh, Anecd. ii 61.3 . Cf. preceding.

? ecg

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n (<ON egg, see RC xii 461 ; Bidrag 123 ; OE ecg, ZCP xx 480 ) edge: cressaigthe in fer in lágin sin, ingi ná tíagat a huirc ecgi (v.l. eicgi, eci) essi BDD 128 ( LU 95aw ), `its edge-eggs (i.e. sparks as big as hen-eggs) almost come out of it,' Meyer RC xii 461 . See also 3 orc and BDD2 Gloss. s.v. uirc . Cf. ec.

? ecgach

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adj ba henghach (nó c written above n) aggarb ro thacair fria a mathair LB 222bw . In RC xiii 506 Meyer prints ecgach and explains `sharp, lit. edged... A derivative of ecg f. edge .'

ecguiste

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Forms: ecguisti, ecguistiu

io-iā (pp. of as-gúisi) wished for, desired: g s n. ind ecguisti (gl. optati) Ml 65b2 . Compar. ecguistiu (gl. optatiore) 90c7 .