2 echda

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x see 1 echta.

Echde

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npr., m.: Aird Echdi, erca Echdi ZCP ix 191 . Ériu ii 32 . A. Echdai, Corm. Y 585 . Acc. to Meyer, Wortk. 41 , Aird E.¤ corresponds to Ptolemy's Ἐπίδιον Ἄκρον. Thurneysen, Ir. Held. 433 , considers that the npr. was extracted from the place-name.

éche

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Forms: éché, héhé

interj lo, ha! Celtica xxv 94 (an exclamation): eche (.i. ni dorcha .i. is follus) BDD 62 = LU 86a25 (v.l. éché, héhé). éche, for CūChulaind FB 34 . Cf. ecce.

echgracha?

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ind mōra echgracha echracha Alais TBC² 3095 = echrad...echrad... LL ( TBC 4993 ).

Echionda

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adj io-iā (Lat. Echionius) Theban : robai ar sechran sechnon na crichi urairde Echionda, TTebe 234 .

1 echlach

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n ā, f. IGT, Decl. § 12 . messenger, courier; attendant: eachlach .i. giolla turais, O'Cl. : triar eachlach .i. giollaidhe, Oss. iii 126 . ind echlach thaisech...ind echlach tanaise TBC 127 . comartha n-echlaige 1720 . cia d'echlachaib hErend sin do imluad athisc ┐ irlabra frimsa one of the couriers 1720 . Mac Róth ind echlach 85 . ní gonaim aradu no echlacha 1260 . do- chuatar a echluchu ┐ a oblori...úad ┐ roṡirsit hErinn ule IT i 119.4 . 129.11 . bith etir echlachu ┐ oblóire tigi Conchobair TBC 1198 . fiarfaigis F. scela di ┐ indissid ind echlach [v.l. ethlach] a toisc dó, Acall. 3000 . ZCP xiii 169.26 . eachlacha aisdir, Todd Lect. iv 70.17 . robhaoi gille occ athoigidh chuca...i ndon echlaighi, Hugh Roe² 10.3 (f. 5b) . e.¤ urláir a household servant, domestic: mo mogaid ┐ m'echlacha urlair, Celt. Rev. ii 32 . re mnáibh is re hechlachuib urláir, Acall. 586 . See Ériu ix 15 .

2 echlach

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n ā, f. a prostitute (evidently a special use of 1 echlach): hechlagh .i. merdrech, O'Curry Transcr. 860 ( H. 3. 18, 389 ). echlach oides a corp do cach, Laws v 272. 4 . forcraid coibche fri eachlaid iv 56.29 . atait da [e]achlaid cor la Feine there are two kinds of echlach of [i.e. bound by] covenants with the Féni, ib. (.i. da cor focer- daiter fri hechlacha 58.25 ). bean fristabar coibche .i. is echlaigh [sic] cor insin she is a covenanted harlot O'Curry Transcr. 860 ( H. 3. 18, 389 ). Cf. Laws v 510.23 .

echlachus

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n o, m. the function of an `echlach': rodus- bi... | a claind... | nad gabdais greim n-echlachuis | do Lebarchaim...d'echlaig coicid Chonchobair | i[c]cosnam a dlesdenais YBL 177a43 = BB 257b35 .

echlaim

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n some part of a cloak or garment, trimming, embroidery, border (?): lene co n-echlaim i custul cota nglun TBC² 3160 . brat buidi co n-echlaim gil i faithi imbi 3200 . Cf. for echlaim Loga `on Lugh's horserod (?)' Imm. in dá Th. § 120 , RC xxvi 28 (see note ib.). luith eachlaime da achlais, Laws v 482 x .

echlanta

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is é Nothelmus tucastar epistil o Grigoir... co Saxano. is iat roforcan Albin comtis echlanta don sairse Beid noibh ZCP ii 322.1 = Anecd. iii 64.10 ; probably a miswriting of eclanta, a Mid.-Ir. verb. of necess. from as-gleinn.

echlas, echlais

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Forms: echlaise, echla(i)s, echla(i)sg

n f. (g s. echlaise). Cf. 2 echlasc.

I A horse-cloth (?): in echlas múldae (gl. mulionicam paenolam) Sg 33b5 .

II A shelter for horses or cattle; a stall: dorigenta furopra ic aradaib Ulad, colomna cloch do thócbáil eturru ar scathaib a n-ech, eturru ┐ in snechta, cundat marthanaig béos echlasa ech Ulad o ṡin ille MU 16.30 = LL 264a37 . na heich ina cuimrech dligthech, in cenn fri bac ina n-echailsib, Laws iv 104 x Comm. O'Dav. 1126 . echlas (ón leabaidh) IGT, Decl. § 12. ex. 555 . eachlais (ón leabaidh) § 13 . Cf. luith eachlaime da achlais `for the horse-boy' Laws v 482 x . It is noteworthy that both echla(i)s and echla(i)sg become confused with echlach in traditional recitations, see Ériu ix 16.2 , 17 . In n.l.: a hEchlais Banguba, Acall. 363 .