echtrannach

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adj o-ā extern, external: ainmheasardhacht na mball spiradalta o tes eachtrannach external heat 23 K 42, 172.2 . As subst. foreigner, alien, stranger: eachdranach, allmhurrach, coimheach, Kirk = Eg. Gl. 258 . do chuir a dteitheamh sluáighte na neachdrannach, Heb. xi 34 . do loisceadh Beannchair...le heachtrannchaibh, Keat. iii 2197 . clann na n-eachtrannach of the alien Is. lxi 5 . In sense of traveller, guest: crodh ┐ séda ...dia ttabhairt d'éigsibh agus d'echtrannchaibh, 23 E 26, 46.9 .

echtrannaid

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v ā (echtrann)

I Goes out, seeks ad- venture (?): 3 s. fut. echtrannfaid felle for cach dind con- nach ain lepaid na luge (.i. fellfaid cach for in ti bias for a lepaid), Imm. in dá Th. 206 = LL 188b44 .

II Banishes, alienates: mer ó n-echtranntar a ciall a lunatic from whom reason is banished O'C. Transcr. 1762 .

echtrannaigidir

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v g (echtrann)

I Tr. alienates: pf. pass. ais deichthribo roechtrannaigthea (-tho MS.) huainn were alienated Ml 66d1 .

II Intr. is alienated, becomes strange: 3 pl. pf. honaib comfulidib roechtrannaigsetar became estranged 66d2 .

echtras ?

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n in treas laithe a n-indsi a n-echtras auru, Anecd. i 60 § 85 ; Meyer would read: in tres l. luid ind inis echtra airriu went a journey (i.e. vanished) from them ZCP xi 154 .

? echtrata

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:ind for coin, for milcoin, for mna | do buid la far n-echtrata, 'with your hounds, your hunting-dogs, your women | In the possession of your enemies' AU2 688.4. ? Leg. echtranda. See echtrann.

echtugud

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u, m. (vn. of echtaigid) stipulation: co n-eachtugud erce ann fo cetoir, Cóic Conara 34 § 38 . madh ro hachtaiged cinne airithe hecnairce ann, acht madh ro gabad an t-achtugad sin `if a particular kind of ...prayer was stipulated and that that which was agreed upon has been recited' Laws v 212.13 . is achtugadh ro achtaigh- estur [leg. -ghsetur ?]...na hicfaidis a cinuidh `there was a stipulation...that they would not pay for his crimes' ii 170 - 176 .

ecla

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n , f. (ecal) fear, dread , used absolutely, or with obj. gen., also ré n- or di of obj. feared: paiss Eutaic cen eclai, Fél. May 30 . Ep. 247. co mmórchléir cen ecli, Nov. 4 . conbad ecla nó uamun doberad fair can a rád CRR § 20 = LL 174a48 . tanic ecla na hingrema sin dochum in abbad PH 565 . ro chrochsat in colaind sin cen oman cen ecla forru ind 166 . bamar-ni for a ecla frightened thereat 2967 . eccla ifirn, Arch. iii 216 . comad lugaiti ecla...na fer coimithech sin orro, TTebe 721 (= Celt. Rev. viii 8 ). 4745 . dorochair aduath mor ┐ ecla dermair forsna huli anchretmechu PH 2163 . ní chuirfe áonduine eagla ort none shall make thee afraid Job xi 19 . atá e.¤ orm I fear: dia mbeth ecla na crochi formsa, PH 2383 . a bfuil orm d'egla dhosan all the fear I feel on his account O'Gr. Cat. 453.17 . ná bíodh a n-eagla oraibh fear them not Matt. x 26 . eagla nó omhan an bháis do bheith ort, TSh. 164 . as mor eacla in bailisi fearfulness Abbott- Gwynn Cat. 214.9 . With oc of subj.: atá eagla agam' chroidhe ré trí neithibh, TSh. 1041 .

Freq. as subj. of gaibid with acc. pers.: rom gab ecla dom onóir I feared for my honor IT i 219 = LU 48a31 . rogab ecla ┐ omun mor iat PH 2904 . TTebe 1591 . 1899 . ros gab grain ┐ eclai iat PH 975 . With ré n- of obj.: gabaid ecla Égiás resin popul Aegeas grew afraid of the people PH 2462 . 532 . ar med na heagla rosgab risin trenfhobairt, TTebe 4129 . do ghabh eagla ré gConall é, Keat. ii 3214 . With fri: rosgab gráin ocus ecla frisin tech n-óbéla, Aisl. MC 15.5 . With di: is cōir ecla de it is meet to fear him TBC² 2365 = as cōir eagla do comrag Fir Dh. ZCP x 280.31 . ar e.¤ , d'e.¤ , re (le) he.¤ for fear (of); (with obj. gen.) lest (with vb.): cromfait a cinnu ar m'ecla ┐ ar m'uamain TBC 1345 . co n-ebailt cét lǽch ar gráin ┐ ar ecla ┐ ar úamun Con Culaind 1608 . PH 62 . TSh. 1151 . ar eagla Ioif da loscad `for fear that Jove might burn them' TTebe 4293 . re heagla Ampioin for fear of A. 4003 . re hecla uilc daibsi 1357 .do-ghén d'eagla na neamhthuigseanach... míniughadh céille ar an rádh sa I will explain this saying in anticipation of readers who do not understand IGT, Introd. § 96 . d'eagla gomadh domblasda, Ir. Monthly 1921, 27 § 15 . d'eagla go bhfásfadh a uaill lest his pride should increase TSh. 478 .

Transf., of obj. about which fear is felt: ar n-egla...in té robud thescad dhún `our fear is for him who [if cut off] would to us be a mutilation' O'Gr. Cat. 449.6 . Cf. is imdha eccla ar mh'anmain...m'eccla co ria sech demnaib | ...co Dia, Arch. iii 216 . In: biat ecla ria Cass, Proc. RIA iii 550 § 30 = LL 147a36 , it may be pl. of ecal, q.v.

eclach

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adj o-ā (ecla or ecal)

I Fearful, causing or inspiring fear, dreaded: uathmhar gach eaglach BB 63b26 (= cech ecla, Tec. Cor. § 15.13 ). Compar.: is eclachu lím do bás oltás mo bás fen PH 2431 . m'oenuran dam isin sliab | a rig grian...nochan eaglaigi dam ní | na da mbeind tri .xx. cet YBL 318b15 = ZCP vii 302.25 . dháibh is eaglaighe th'iomthós your proceeding is more fearful to them Content. viii 17 .

II Fearful, timid, afraid: eglach gach nuamnach BB 63b5 (= ecal, Tec. Cor. § 13.20 ). egalach uaimnech, BB 480 a 22 . ergid...dochum bar namad an tan ataid co heaglach anband remaib, TTebe 1121 . ba heclach iad resin tulmaidm talman 2965 . do bhádar...'na sluaghaibh eaglacha [sic leg.] ML 142.14 . creúd fá a bfuiltí eaglach, Matt. viii 26 . atáim eaglach fam' uile dhoilghiosuibh, Job ix 28 .

? éclach

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n : ba hedh églach a anma, Ériu ii 33.9 . Cf. éaglach Ó Dónaill .

eclaid

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Forms: eglamait

v ā fears, is afraid of: pres. ind. pl. 1 ní uil ni eglamait la hUlltaibh we fear nothing from the Ulstermen TBC p. 31 (St).

eclaige

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n , f. (eclach) fearfulness , of that which causes fear or anxiety, hence anticipation, dread: ar a eclaide leis a denam ris fein for fear of its being done to himself Laws ii 320.30 Comm. ar eagluide lais a denum lais fén 322.20 Comm.