eclugud

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(vn. of eclaigid) fearing; terror: go nár ḟágaibh an ainbhthine...óg gan eaglughadh `a soldier un- terrified' ML 48.19 . d'eaglughadh h'anma `to fear thy name' Ps. lxxxvi 11 .

ecluinne

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n form and meaning uncertain: .xx. bliadan robo ri | Ailill Molt... | don Banbha is bed co mbuile | a dul d'écc a n-eccluinne B iv 2, 44b = C i 1, 3a (echluinde BB 58a41 ).

écmacht

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adj I powerless: écmacht arindí nád cumaing maith do denom (gl. nequam) Sg 50a14 . Cf. is ed nuall n-ecmacht annsin la Feine, bruidhem im a cuirm, ilach iar mbuadugad do memraib flatha, Laws v 358.4 (nuall n-e.¤ shouting without power i.e. empty or idle noise?). Cf. the people-name pn Fir Ool n-écmacht men of weak liquor(?): do feraib Ool n-ecmacht do suidib, Rawl. 118b7 . co firu Ol n-ecmacht 142b20 . 149b23 . See Ir. Held. 76 .

II In an obj. sense impossible, that which is not feasible: is écmacht doib denum neich condegar cuccu it is impossible for them to do what is asked of them (gl. impossibile factu) Ml 48a7 . rod bia...acht ni bes ecmacht dun, O'C. Transcr. 776 = Laws i 72.7 . is ead ecmacht caich, ni na tuca the e.¤ of each person is that which he cannot bring Laws v 466 x . ni hicar ni i n-ecmacht (i.e. nothing is paid when there is no power to pay) ib. cach n-ecmacht co slan cuibse 156.17 (with gl.: cach ni is eccomachta don fir amuic[h], co slaintiugad a cubais don fir tall, na caemnacar a denam indus bu dligthige 158.25 ). ecmachta ratha things impossible as stock 222.1 . ecmachta tellaig 466 w . is di ecmachtaib gell la Feine mucca, ar ni tuillet side acht muicc i muin araile 404.17 . Hence, in a concrete sense, n a place difficult of access ( Ériu ix 40 ): rud mar no ecmacht a great wood or an inaccessible place Laws iv 194.21 . as na frithib fogabait i n-ecmacht; ar [a] annsacht doib in baile asa tucsat is aire is bec berar uaithibh (`from the estrays which they find in an inaccessible situation; it is because of the difficulty of the place from which they took them that so little is levied on them' Ériu ix 40 - 41 ) Laws iv 198.9 Comm.

Cf. the follg. from the tract on the Law of Asylum in Eg. 88, 55ff. ( O'Gr. Cat. 101 ): is oghslán don ecmacht ainfis anfaitcis acht luighi nama, O'C. Transcr. 2642 . Of the slaying of a refugee: is cutruma an luighi ata uadha iarsna tri gneithibh so .i. ecmacht anfis anfaitchis. ecmacht .i. nech segar dia ghuin no dia marbadh can cinta. Is é in t-egmacht ar tús an fear robui ar an comairce ┐ rob uiriasacht docuaidh rompo d'fechsain na cuitichta adconnairc seocha, ┐ as iat robui ann a biubudh, ┐ do cuaidhsim dia marbadh, is [s]lan doibsim a marbadhsom the e.¤ is the man who was being safeguarded by consent, and went on before them (his escort) to look at the company he saw passing by, and it was his enemies who were there, and he went to slay them; (in that case) they are not held guilty of slaying him, ib. 2645-6 . Cf. Laws iv 228 .

écmailt

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Forms: écmailt, écmailtiu

adj i (neg. of comailt)

I Unquiet, restless: arna roib na éicmailt i n-ellug inna æcaillse lest there be aught unquiet Wb 22c20 . écmailt (gl. inquies) Sg 102b2 . ecmailt 66a14 . ecmalt .i. ni comailt, O'Mulc. 364 .

II Unaccustomed, unusual: airndib ecmailt á n-étach ┐ a mbiad ┐ a ndeug inna n-í prithchite hiris unusual Tur. 71 . traig ṅ-écmailt an unwonted foot (i.e. an amphimacer) Sg 130b2 . Of persons, unaccustomed (to), unused (to): at annsa dia n-eccmaltaibh baramhail forra ┐ it use dia ngnaithchib hard for those who are not accustomed to them ...easy for those who are TBC 5659 (St).

III Insolent: écmailt (gl. (hostis) insolens) Ml 93a14 . Compar.: écmailtiu (gl. insolentior) 136c9 .

écmailte

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n , f. (écmailt) insolence: issí écmailte in choscair insin (gl. qui victoria insolenter usi) Ml 33c13 . ind ecmailte (gl. insolentia) 31b21 . gen. inna écmailte (gl. insultationis) 18d12 . cainduthracht...cen gái cen ethech cen éccmailti, Ériu vii 154.4 ( = ZCP iii 26.9 ). anserci co n-ecmailti `lovelessness with insolence' 172.9 .

écmailtigidir

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Forms: écmailtigidir, ecmailtigetar

v g (écmailt) is insolent: écmailtigidir (gl. adulatorum laudibus insolescit) Ml 28a9 . pr. subj. pl. 3 arna ecmailtigetar (gl. ne insolescant) Ml 27c6 (ecmaitti- getar MS.). Cf. 82a6 .

1 ecmaing

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x see ecmong.

2 ecmaing

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x see acmaing.

écmais

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n i (later also with prothetic f-)

I Absence: éagmais Chríost = absentia Christi TSh. 6387 . easbaidh nó éagmais na fíréandachta 3319 . cáid cech n-écmais omne ignotum pro mirabili SC 43 . Cf. laogh is oirdhearc éagmais whose absence is noted (?) or whose repute (i.e. knowledge by hearsay) is wonderful (?) Hackett xlix 1 .

g s. as attrib. absent: fáitti tecta uaitsiu cot chairdib écmaissi CRR §§ 7.8 . 11.12 .

i n-é.¤ (1) absolutely: a fiadnaise...i n-ecmais in the presence (of the owner, etc. )...in his absence Laws iii 212.6 ; 278.14 Comm. a n-aididh a fer ocus a n-ecmais ii 378. 18 ; 27 Comm.

(2) with gen. or poss.

(a) in the absence of: a n-écmais na mná = uxore absente Lat. L. 79.1 . ina hecmais in her absence IT i 40.21 . TBC 817.835 . TBC² 2492 . i n-ecmais a tigerna in his master's absence Laws iii 230.19 ii 290.23 Comm. (= ZCP xiv 376 ). CCath. 2214 . bheith i bhféagmhais a chéile separated Dánta Gr.² 95.4 .

(b) separated from, out of the company of: nā bít it écmais t'ḟian let not thy band be away from thee LL 297b11 = SG 365.11 . nach raibhe énuair do ló 'na hécmais, Anecd. i 79.11 . Ériu i 96.31 . ag anmain 'na éagmhais, Dán Dé vi 29 . Of place: nach mou na di trath atú ina hécmais away from it (the city) PH 1060 . Anecd. i 79.7 . ní bheitheá acht aonbhliadhain a bhféagmhais Eireann ML 36.11 . a n-oilethre a bfhecmais mo tíri BCC § 67 . § 128 . TSh. 6041 . Similarly: bātar fri rē secht lā a n-ēcmais a corp (of temporarily disembodied spirits), Arch. iii 225.1 . is fada ata Fer D. a n-egmais in comlaind ZCP x 304.11 .

(c) of things, without, deprived of, lacking (with gen. of obj.): ní dlíg læch a enecland dia mbé i n-ecmais a arm TBC² 1671 . TBC 4094 . a cuirp i n-écmais a cend without heads 702 . 689 . a n-ecmais ceille codnaid `without the sense of a grown man' (of a minor) Laws v 510.22 Comm. a n-egmais mu cuind ┐ mo ceille do geallus[s]a he I was wanting my sense when I promised it ZCP x 303.23 . Aen. 902 . i n-ecmais ecnai without wisdom PH 6861 . is maith mor in almsa i n-écmais na háine eleemosyna sine ieiunio bonum est 4971 . is marb in corp indecmais in anma 8384 . badar imda maic rig...a n-egmais a n-anma (i.e. dead, slain) RC xxiv 50 § 10 . ata (an firmamint) a n-egmuis gach uili cāil da cāilib na cethardūla without any of the properties ITS xiv 60.15 . ba dóig la C.i n-ecmais a ḟessa ┐ a eolusa, ba hí Medb bói and C. thought, in the absence of knowledge [information], that it was M. TBC 1561 . 2845 . 4444 (a formula, not in St). a bfegmuis t'eoluis thanagsa without thy guidance RC xxix 116.4 . Prov. phr.: boegal i n-ecmais omain PH 3010 .

(d) lacking to (with gen. of pers. or thing deprived; in a few of the exx. cited it would be possible to take 'na é. as a stereotyped phr., absent , but this explanation is not well supported): is amlaid atracht F ... | ┐ a ech féin na láim | slán uile etir chend iss choiss | bái cach anim 'na écmais LL 207a47 = RC vii 302 and Duan. Ḟ. i p. 30 . biaid do mind rig at egmais araen red chend, TTebe 854 . imleagan oireachais Eireann um ḟeagmais ML 106.1 . an chundae uile do bheith 'na bhféagmhais, Maguires of F. § 90 . gach ferann da mbaoi ina n-eccmais re fedh a n-aimhreitigh all the lands which had been alienated FM iv 868.23 . Laws iv 290.12 Comm. Maund. 130 . leth a cinn ina fegmuis ZCP vi 53.12 . a lethbrócc ime ┐ a lethbrog eli na fecmais BCC § 282 .

(e) apart from, i.e. other than; except; not including, besides, as well as: damad ac neoch dib i n-ecmais a chéile robeith `if it belonged to one of them inde- pendently of the other' Laws iii 126.14 Comm. budh bean ḟir at égmhuissea of another man than thou IGT, Decl. ex. 1056 . as imdha...adba aili ocon Coimdhi a n-ecmais na hindsi-seo, Lism. L. 3703. BNnÉ 234 § 153 . ba haoibhne leis oirisiumh...ann inás ingach ionadh a nErinn ina égmuis ITS xii 36.17 . except: na plaineid uili a n-egmuis an rē except the moon ITS xiv 86.28 ; 126.2 . nach tainic...a fecmais daendachta Crist, duine bud ferr inā é BCC § 216 . § 241 . i n-é.¤ co except that; for all that: atait siad fein neamhcumusca a n-egmais co n-abartar a mbeth cumasca even though ITS xiv 14.14 . secht cenela fichet i n-ecmais a fochenel besides their sub- tribes Rawl. 77b3 . Duan. Ḟ. i p. 16.23 . Ériu i 80.21 . FM iii 424.4 . ma ta tech aile aice a n-ecmais in dūin sin Laws v 170.7 Comm. ITS xiv 98.8 . Keat. iii 1039 . deismirecht ar na huile dainib 'na egmuis `for all people besides himself' Laws v 214.22 Comm. nach iad Dál Riada amháin...acht dronga oile 'na n-éagmais Keat. ii 5912 .

In ref. to a period of time: ar an satharn a n-eugmais an chorgais a Saturday outside Lent Rule of T. § 72 = echdar corgus, Mon. Tall. § 22 .

(f) outside, adjoining: o ná fuairsiot i fféccmais an bhaile iatt FM vi 1966.9 . deich mile persa...ag a ttabairt suass a ngioll ar in tig sin a ffegmuis na heguilsi ┐ innte ier n-i[n]mhedhon in that house apart from the church and in the interior of the church Fl. Earls 180.8 .

II Affectionate remembrance, longing, affection, love (?); this meaning may have arisen from the associations of écmais = absence, e.g. grád écmaise: dom shíorrún Raemonn ...tabhair cuimhniughadh géar éaghmaise is annsachta, Hackett xxxv 3 (cf. TSh. 8612 ). a pháirt damh ní áirmhim ná a aoibhe, | a éagmais ghnáith 's a ghrádh 's a dhíoghrais, ib. xxxix 19 .

écmaise

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adj (neg. of coimse, Celtica iii 179 ) immoderate : grādh ēcmaisi tuc si dō ZCP xiii 169.11 , Cóir A.2 ii § 38 , Ériu iii 152.w. , BCC 106.4 . cētshercus ēcmaise Aisl. MC 3.21 . tug sí grádh éagmais[e] dó Keat. ii 5942 . grádh ainmhianach éagmhaise TSh. 8612 . trian mo ghrádha éagmhaise | go brách ní fhéadfainn d’aithris Gadelica i 240.51 .

écmaisech

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adj o-ā (écmaise) very great, passionate : grádh éagmaiseach tug Moiriath inghean Scoiriath dó ar méid na clú do bhí air `violent passion' Keat. ii 2556 . do thug sí grádh eagmaiseach d' Eoghan 23 E 26, 23 (`very great love' J. Fleming, RIA slips). If not a mistake for teagmhuiseach (cf. tegmaiseach accidental FM iv 768.7 ), the follg. is perhaps rather to be referred to éccuibsech: cínneamhuin, miothapadh, anrath, tubaisde, earchal, neith eagmhuiseach a chance Kirk = Arch. iii 150 .