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 .

ecmong, ecmoc

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(vn. of ad-cumaing).

I A happening, occurrence, hence a point, conjuncture; always in d s. in the phrase: i n-e.¤ na rée-se (┐ na haimsire- se) at this particular time, on this occasion ; a common formula in sermons and orations on special occasions or festivals of saints: in firén...diata airtach i n-ecmong na réasea ocus na haimsiri, Trip. 174 . inti diata lith ┐ foraith- met a n-ecmhong na ree-sea ┐ na haimsire, Lism. L. 32 . in-ecmong, etc. 4630 . PH 6523 : YBL 164a49 . i n-ecmung, etc. PH 1475 . i n-ecmoc 1104 . 1106 . ind-ecmaing na ree-sea, BColm. 4.3 . Anecd. ii 11.23 . In other con- texts: is i n-ecmong ra ree-sin ┐ na hamsire roboi isin fhích ...aroli fer at that time and period there dwelt a certain man PH 6532 . marbh in righan Iulia i necmung na réisi ┐ na haimsire, CCath. 207 . is in-e[c]mung na rea- sin ┐ na haimsire-sin rofaillsigit faistineada 819 . i n-ecmaing na ree sin tánaicc an iustís `at that time' (on the day appointed) FM vi 1954.6 . i n-eacmhaing na ree sin .i. isin ffoghmhar 2332.10 . MR 260.8 .

II Lapse, conclusion of a period of time: an tir d'fagbhail doibh i n-ecmaing (.i. i ndeiredh) na ree sin at the end of that period FM ii 610.15 . bátar annsidhe co cent naoi míos...┐ rochuir na géill i n-eacmhaing na ree sin go Donnchadh 642.13 . i n-ecmhaing naoi mbliadhna iar ccath Cluana tarbh 800.11 . In: roraitaigestar C. an ecmhuing lamdo do- gnid an ingen ZCP xiii 262.22 , the true reading may be acmhaing capacity, etc. Cf. curub o fine dligtigh gebus e .i. og a mbia eacmuing na neche sin `who is able to bear these things' Laws ii 284.14 Comm.

1 ecna(e)

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Forms: ecne, æcne, écnæ, ecnae, ecnæ, écna, ecna, egna, eagna, ecni, écnai, ecnai, ecnai, ecna, eagna, ecne, æccne, ecnae, ecnai, egna, æcnu, écnu, æcne, æcni

n io, n. later f., rarely m. nom. ecne Wb 7c15 . 8b3 . æcne 8a10 . écnæ Ml 51b7 . ecnae O'Mulc. 361 . ecnæ Ml 128d9 . écna SR 7005 (unrimed). (in, ind) ecna PH 6862.7106 . egna, O'Gr. Cat. 556.18 . (an) eagna Prov. viii 1 . voc. a ḟírecnai, Hib. Min. 43.4 . gen. ecni Sg 2a2 . écnai (imláin) SR 7038 . ecnai (eruill) 7058 . (in(d)) ecnai , Fél. Feb. 9 . PH 6861 . Lat. L. 110.6 . ecna PH 3961 , etc. (na h)eagna , TSh. 1847 , etc. acc. ecne Wb 8a14 . æccne 2a17 . ecnae Ml 89c5 . ecnai PH 7103 . egna, Ériu iii 144 § 13 , etc. dat. æcnu Wb 8a10 . écnu SR 7001 . 7025 (: frecru).

I Wisdom, knowledge, enlightenment , used to render Lat. sapientia, and frequently of Divine wisdom or of spiritual knowledge, but also applied to human learning in its widest sense; of acquired knowledge ; rarely intelligence, skill (see ex. fr. ZCP xi 151 below): philosophos .i. grádhuigh- theoir na heagna, Keat. ii 159 . is huad cach n-ecne (gl. solo sapienti Deo) Wb 7c15 . aní nad comnactar doíni tria n-ecne ( 1 Cor. i 25 ) 8a14 . nad fes cid as maith no as olc...manidtarti écnae Dæ Ml 51b7 . ind ecna diadai PH 7106 . hi cach ceniul fis ┐ ecni (gl. in omni studio) Sg 2a2 . éula i fiuss et æcnu (gl. oportet episcopum...esse... doctorem) Wb 28b23 . multitudo scientiae .i. immad fessa ┐ ecna PH 6237 . nad imradi ecna na crabad na suith, Ériu vii 138.6 . buith cen æccne (gl. non est intelligens) Wb 2a17 . tucad roga | do Solum... | da ruc egna d'ardrogain Solomon took wisdom as his choice Ériu iii 144 § 13 . PH 3961 . SR 7005 . o rath ecna ┐ fhatsine PH 3659 . 4490 . tús na heagna omhan Dé (= initium sapientiae timor Domini) A. Ó Dálaigh xlii 1 . luid do ḟogluim ecnai cusin uasal-epscop (= sapientiam addiscens), Lat. L. 110.6 . Arch. iii 12.5 . sinnsear la fine, feabta la flaith, ecna la heclais, Laws iv 372.1 . secht ngraidh ecna dno docuisin .i. rosai ocus saidh, anruth ocus sruth do aill, ocus fursaintid, etc. 354.22 . imusfreccrat gradha ecna ocus eclasa fri gradha file ocus Féne; acht is ecna mathair cacha dana dib conid as a bais uile hebhait 356.25 . egna gan fhos | fregra abaid gan eolos `wisdom without stability' (of superficial attainments), O'Gr. Cat. 556. 18 . damad derb leis dul go grod | ...ni dingnad egna na modh | ar egla a dul don shaeghul ZCP vii 301 . go raibhe 'na ollamh i n-eagna agus i n-eolus, Keat. ii 2059 . ná meas m'eagna ar m'óige...is sine ná m'aois m'fhoghluim, Dánfhocail § 114 . éolus...eagna knowledge...knowledge Prov. xviii 15 . gach uile eagna all wisdom xviii 1 . Cf. iar seanchaidib na gaedilgi annso anuas.iar senchus in ecna imurro so sís, Laws i 34.24 Comm.

Of an erudite work (?): d'ēis a dhēnta sa dhīola | le Dia ag deanamh eissīogha | bhur n-egna dobeir gan bhuil | (a) fir na hegna d'iarroidh `poetry' (acquired knowledge?) ZCP x 267 § 5 = Measgra D. 179 .

pn In epithets: sruaim ṅ-ecnai (of St. Sechnall), Fél. Nov. 27 . sruaim ecna uaigh (St. Cainnech), Arch. iii 220.15 . muir n-eccna (St. Colum C.) ZCP viii 197 § 13 .

In the follg. ex. the meaning is apparently understand- ing, intelligence>skill: anmanda mōr | co n-ecnu ōg clessa combraiss ZCP xi 151 § 39 = Anecd. i 55.8 , see note on eagnamh and eangnamh in Gadelica i 297 n.1 (cf. ITS xxiv 149 ). Cf. co n-écnu óg, in ref. to Solomon, SR 7001 .

pn Personified: Ecna mac na trí ṅDea ṅDana, Imm. in da Th. 139 ( RC xxvi 30 ). Ergna mac Ecnai 138 . see also cit. above fr. Laws iv 356 .

II Of persons,adj wise, enlightened ; as subst. a wise man, philosopher, sage: n s. æcne (gl. sapiens) Wb 9c14 . 8d10 . mainba æcne lib if I be not wise in your opinion 17c10 . is and is ecne et is fissid cách, iar n-etarcnu Crist (gl. in quo sunt omnes thesauri sapientiae et scientiae) 26d25 . cith sui cid espoc cith ecna, Ériu vii 138.6 . is angel is ecna nóeb | cech óen dogní toil ind ríg | IT i 319.13 = LL 284b33 . g s. isnaib inscib...ind aecni words of the sage Cam. 38a ( Thes. ii 246.25 ). n p. nitat æcni huili all are not wise Wb 8a17 . act rísam nem bimmi æcni et bimmi foirbthi uili 12c9 . d p. arnaib huilib geintib écnib (gl. Graecis opp. to barbaris) 1b6 . nech di æcnib in domuin 8b4 . Of things: is ecnae ind ord preceuptae se Ml 68c9 . Compar.: cenn caich...besa ecna who is wiser than he Laws iv 374.4 (see ZCP xiv 369 ).

2 ecna(e)

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Forms: ecnu

adj manifest, clear, visible: ní ecne dúnn (gl. per fidem ambulamus et non per speciem; `it is not know- ledge to us', Thes., but the meaning seems to be it is not known or manifest, visible, to us) Wb 15c18 . d s. ecnu (gl. scitā [figurā]) Ml 129d1 . nir faei i tig as mbi eggna suillsi tenead immach...┐ i mbi ecnai dammuig visible YBL 92a50 = BDD 16 . LU 99a33 . is ecna in mír sin doberat inna mbéolo co teit sech a n-imlind sís BDD 94 . búi dia domne co narbo hecno don anuim a ḟorcend, Aisl. Tund. 97.22 . conadcorastar i ṅgen ṅgaire acht naptar ecnái a scaim RC xiii 438.12 = LL 288b18 . ecna do thír ocus muir, Met. Dinds. iv 306.38 . Cf. andath .i. dub, ut est fri hoile ecnam andath doberar, O'Dav. 52 , which may be an ex. of the superl. ecna .i. follus, O'Dav. 785 , seems from what follows to be a mistake for ecnach.

écna

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n eating, consuming? écna .i. caitheamh; báoi an giolla ag écna a choda .i. ag caitheamh, etc., O'Cl.

1 ecnach

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adj (1 ecnae) wise, learned: egnach ó Fherna (of Maedóc) BNnÉ 252 § 207 v.l.

2 ecnach

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adj o-ā (2 ecnae? quantity of initial uncertain) clear, visible: is ecnach .i. is follus, H. 3.18. p. 532 . H 4. 22, 616 . ecna .i. follus ut est ┐ ni naisgther side fuirre co[r] ecnach a mialtar .i. gurub follus `this is not fastened upon her until her misfosterage is manifest' O'Dav. 785 . hi tig as fa forréil soillsi...┐ imbi ecnach do maig RC xxii 392. 2 ( BDD 16 Eg.). ecnach nem ┐ grian fo gabal sky and sun were visible between his legs Ériu iv 138.26 . comtar ecnáig a thruim ┐ a glainene his liver and...were visible RC xiv 404.3 ( LL 108a ). TBC² 1943 . ba hécnach doip otā sin clogais ┐ ballaidhi na Romha they could see the belfries and walls Fl. Earls 168.1 . is follus ┐ is ecnach dona huile dhaoinibh pictuir ┐ fidhair ghnuissi an Tigerna 214 y . mairidh aniu...go hécnach dona huilibh 200.14 .

écnach

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x see écndach.

? écnacht

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n luin ic ecnacht, Ériu vii 411 (v.l. luind cendach, 197z ), apparently corrupt. For écndach ZCP xx 481 .

écnad?

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n co faca fis...co tart Adomnan chuige dia hécnadh do `to explain ' Fen. 216.2 . Cf. 2 ecna(e), and 2 ecnaigid.