3 echta

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ind Anecd. v 30.3 , see Echtga.

? 1 échtach

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n f. some kind of night bird, an owl (?): eichtghe .i. échtach .i. én áiridhe, O'Cl. grechach na n- echtach, CCath. 4171 = strix nocturna Phars. vi 689 . na hethaidi aidhchidi .i. in écthach (v.l. ectach) ┐ inn iatlu ┐ in bubo 881 . Meyer ( Wortk. 224 ) would connect this with iachtaid howls (-échta Wb 4a22 ) and éigem. Cf. osnad echtge, Corm. Y 662 = Corm. Tr. p. 81 , and echtach quasi nechtach aidchi...Echtach didiu ar is i n-aidchi foluatar, unde echtlann dicitur. Echtcha hominum abiectione [leg. ab eiectione?] .i. o innarba feda. adarbetar a cain ┐ a recht- gi echtca sin, unde echtbran, echtgal, O'Mulc. 368 .

2 échtach

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adj (écht) prowessful, death-dealing, destructive: a llaith ghaile...┐ a n-onchoin échtacha, TTr.² 1079 . ML 136 z . beithir échtach (of a chief), O'Gr. Cat. 510.14 . gríbh é.¤ TD 23.13 . onchú é.¤ , TSh. 1160 . fan nGréig n-éachtaigh n-iorghalaigh TD 13.25 . an cú...marbtur le mac Deictine...da laimh iolbuadhaigh echtaigh ZCP ii 344 . 12 . ní béas leis bheith éachtach i ndálaibh ban | is da éis bheith na gheibirne lá na mac, Ó Bruad. ii 156 . As subst.: cech echtach, cach angbaid i slabraid rosnass `every murderer' LL 147a45 = Proc. RIA iii 550 . Cf. éachtaigh bhus éilmheach uim Ṡ. gléighilleadha éidighthe ...warriors (?) Ó Bruad. i 84 . In npr.: in Échtach Oscair (a steed), Acall. 270 . ind Echtach Amairgin (a shield), Ériu iv 28.7 (the latter may belong to 1 échtach, in ref. to the shrieking of shields).

? échtaid

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n one who does violent deeds, an evil-doer, criminal: ní comthana fri échtaid (hechtaigh, échta v.l.). Tec. Corm. § 19.5 . Possibly for ech-tháid, see ech, compds.

echtaigid

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v g stipulates: perf. pass. manar echtaiged eric do beith and focetoir, Cóic Conara 34 § 38 . munar hachtaighedh re airithe orra, Laws i 146.5 . See echtugud.

échtaigid

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v g slays, murders: imperf. pl. 3 (or pass.) mōrēchta | ēchtaigtis glonnaib gaile | do læchraid L., ZCP viii 117 § 1 .

échtaire

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n (écht) io m. criminal : ní sacart, is échtaire, is tairmthechta[id] truaigh ZCP xx 481 (23 P 3), cf. Arch. iii 319 § 86 .

echtar,

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Forms: echtargendi, echtargeindi, echtargeindiu

prep. with acc. without, outside: echtar comairbirt mbiuth pecthae hi robammar (gl. foris eximus extra quod fuimus) Tur. 108 . echtar recht [sic leg.? echtarecht MS] .i. docoid tar recht n-aicnid hinnun (gl. cis naturae leges Sg 217b16 . noteged echtar chathraig [sic leg. ? echtarchaig MS] Ml 54c18 . feil docuiridar echdar corgus a feast that falls outside Lent Mon. Tall. § 22 . Cf. arcichset loman lonngliaidh na da err eplaid hechtair, acht regaid fer dar fer indocht astig si, Anecd. v 14.17 (for v.l. see IT i 104.11 n. , Hib. Min. 55.13 ). See also anechtair, dianechtair, sechta(i)r.

COMPDS. echtarchenél a foreign kindred; a foreigner, alien (the latter meaning could have arisen from an attrib. gen. ¤cheníuil, which is suggested by some exx., but the adj. ¤chenél is perhaps to be classed with findbarr, milbél, etc. Cf. chrích, below): no gebtais echtarchenéla a tír Trip. 170.3 . nach cland no bertis do echtarcenélaib 202 . 13 . as eadh líon lotar clanna N....cenmotat echtaircenela Leb. Gab. i 78 . FM i 444.9 . na buada doberat leo a hechtar- cenelaib in domain amuigh, Aen. 1963 . acca n-iomchoimh- étt ar chuanaibh ┐ ceithearnaibh ┐ eachtarchenélaibh FM vi 2250.20 .

The following may be attrib. gen., unless ¤cheníuil is to be classed as an adj. of the i-decl. (see Thurn., Hbch. § 345 ). fer echtarcheniuil, Aen. 2906 . oicc echtar- chiniul (v.l. echtairceniuil) RC x 222.127 . cosnamh a n-athardha frissin ainffine n-eachtaircheneoil sin FM vi 2070.4 . rí eachtaircheneóil (of a king ruling over an alien kindred) FM ii 1074.9 .

¤chian outlying, remote: fona crichaib echtarcianaib, Aen. 230 .

¤chined a foreign tribe: is aire sin ro gabasdair eachtarcineada tire Breatan, Todd Nenn. 68 = BB 207b1 .

¤chinedach foreign, a foreigner: eachturchinedhoigh do lot na hEirenn, TFrag. 112 .

I a foreign territory: Froech mac F.... soermacamh na nDomhnannach a n-imdealaib a n-echtar- chrichaibh ZCP xiii 166 . coná caémhnacair dul i n-echtair- crích FM vi 2266.16 .

II a foreigner, stranger: dia ticed áighi no echtarcrich, Marco P. 23 . ní theit lucht na criche sin a gcathuibh acht da mbe conblicht forro doberuit echtarchricha dia cabair 169 . g p. for breith áighedh ┐ echtarcrich 24 .

¤fine an extern kindred, an alien tribe: a reic fri echtarfine `to sell them to persons extern to the tribe' Laws v 128.17 . do fir echtarfine iii 52.24 Comm.

¤geinde of foreign birth: echtargendi (gl. alienigen(a)e) Ml 37b30 . ind echtargeindi foreigners 103d21 . hi lama echtargeinde (gl. in ius venit externum) 100c15 . a p. echtargeindiu (gl. alienigenas) 29b16 .

¤tháin an extern herd, a herd from another territory: da n-indillib bodein...d'innillib echtarthana, Laws iii 232.15 .

¤thuath an outlying or foreign people: fuba fri hech- tartuatha `attacks upon strange tribes' Laws i 160.3 Comm. tiagait meic Aeda in-agid na n-echtarthúath sair LL 275a31 .

echtarda

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adj io-iā foreign: v p m. a occu ailli echtarda, TTebe 417 .

echtas

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x see fechtas.

echtbran

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n (é-?) a vulture (?): O'Mulc. 368 , see cit. under 1 échtach.