echlascad

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n (1 echlasc) plying a horsewhip: téit ina ndiáid for echláscad lashing his horse BDD 32 . gur bó héiccen dóibh beith acc eachlosccadh a n-each la a dheine ...ro báttar Goill ina ndeadhaidh FM vi 1978.10 . lodar ina dhiaigh iar sin for eachlasgadh, BDC 250.448 . See echlascaid.

echlascaid

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v (lascaid) whips: pret. 3 s. do eachlaisc co díghair iat, SG i 25.24 . vn. echlascad.

echlogad

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n (<ech + logad remission?): loghadh bó echloghadh ann | rann dó ar lethmolad nír lim IGT, Decl. ex. 402 .

echmaig

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n (of disease) farcy (?) EIF 210 : is iat na galair buna .i. sertach ┐ deilgnech … ┐ eachmaigh CIH iii 1000.26 , cf. ii 696.11 , vi 2048.25 . don ecmuigh. ┐ is maith urre (mas bec) a brised re tencuir. ┐ da mbia mór loisc re hiarann derg go maith 'concerning ecmuigh. If it is mild it is good to break it with a pair of tongs. If it is widespread fire it well with a red-hot iron' Celtica ii 42 § 29 .

? echmuir

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n name of some condiment: trí tharsuinn archuillet othras: echmuir, mil, saillti Triads § 184 .

echna?

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n e.¤ re sluag sírfhégad SG 251.26 (rhetoric). ? See 1 ecna(e).

echnat

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n a little mare (?): duil echnat ind airmairi (.i. don topur) LU 40a3 = SG 235.5 .

? echór

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: n ben Bresail meic Cirb na n-echór (egor, v.l.), LL iii 16849 = RC xlvii 300.10 .

echra

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n f. steeds: IGT, Decl. § 3 . feidm dod t'eachra foiléimigh, ex. 180 . 178 - 179 . dlighthear dhóibh...ar chlár Theathbha ó thoigh go teagh | a n-eachra a gcoin do choinnmheadh TD 9.14 ; 14.12 . a n-eachra do chor for inghelt [sic MS.], Hugh Roe, 146.28 (f. 39b) . Cf. echracha TBC² 3096 = echrad LL ( TBC 4994 ).

echrad, echraid

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Forms: echradh, eachraid, echraide, echraid, echraid, echraide, echrada, echradha, eachradhuibh

n (eochr—) f., rarely m. See KZ xlviii 64 . n s. echradh IGT, Decl. § 12 . eachraid § 13 . g s. echraide TBC 1341 , etc. Acall. 3887 . Fl. Earls 20.10 . a s. echraid TBC 639 , etc. d s. echraid, Met. Dinds. iv 126 . n p. echraide TBC 5950 . RC xxii 393.8 . echrada RC xxii 392.31 . echradha, Acall. 3890 . CCath. 604 . d p. eachradhuibh ZCP x 293.30 . Cf. eochraide inna nUlad LL 123b34 .

I Steeds (primarily of two horses yoked to a chariot; in pl., of sets of such teams): fuaim n-echraide LU 85a15 = BDD 50 . indnaig brot forsin n-echraid TBC² 686 . TBC 670 . Acall. 2201 . fodail in n-echraid ┐ discuir in carpat LL 108a12 . tucsam...a n-eich ┐ a n-echrada TBC 5699 . go 'morala srian-mhaidhm ngreadha d'eachradhuibh bfer nErenn gur meadhbaidhior [sic] a ttéta ┐ a n-urchumhuil diobh ZCP x 293.30 . ca fuinn fhérmura geltfuit ar n- almha ┐ ar n-innile ┐ ar n-echradha? CCath. 604 . 3507 . do brisedh eachlusc uirri | bar n-eachradh ní hullmaide IGT, Decl. ex. 554 . gabhsat aitherrach eachraidhe a change of horses Fl. Earls 20.10 . ar eachraidh mounted 20.4 . As o, m.: dá mbrígh threabhthair ar dtírne | sgríbhne rígh eachraidh Éirne IGT, Decl. ex. 1345 . The follg. may belong here, if not cases of confusion of nom. and acc.: co faccae ní, inn echrad ndirecra ndermór TBC 5100 . radis fria araid arconragbad in n-echrad 638 . geib lat dún ind echrad 1199 .

II Sometimes apparently a chariot-riding host, a caval- cade: na tuid na hechraidi do not lead the cavalcade TBC² 234 . Cf. at-chíusa echrada ána LU 85a17 = BDD 50 . eochraide inna nUlad LL 123b34 . cona roacht eochraidi mo popa C. morcath (= condidroacht mórchath eochraide?) TBC² 3610 ( TBC 6035 ).

COMPDS.: ¤glan of bright steeds: fa ráith n-eachradh- ghlan nOiligh TD 24.42 . ¤graig flock of mares: tug tír d'ar ar eachradh-ghroidhibh, Ir. Monthly 1920, 317 .

? echraid

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n echraid fri borba (.i. scaraid nech fri borbuib) Anecd. v 28.2 . For echtraid?