ecnaidech

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adj o-ā wise, learned ; n a wise man, a scholar: bídh an t-eagnuidheach ag tabhairt fhoircheadail ┐ foghluma uaidh, Eochairsgiath 58.30 . ná bíodh an t-eagnaidheach glórmhar as a eagna = sapiens TSh. 3505 . g p. Fleadh na nEagnaidheach the Banquet of the Wise Men (title of Plutarch's treatise) 277 .

ecnaidecht

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n ā, f. wisdom, knowledge: dia n-uaisle ┐ dia n-ecnaidecht, Aisl. MC 105.22 . a hidhna ┐ a hinnrucus ┐ a hecnaidecht (of Écse daughter of Dán), Anecd. ii 51.6 .

? ecnaige

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x see 1 and 2 ecnaide.

1 ecnaigid

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v g is wise, understands: dob fhearr liom go n-eagnuighidís ┐ go dtuigdis = utinam saperent et intel- ligerent TSh. 6858 .

2 ecnaigid

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v (possibly é-; cf. 2 ecna(e)) reveals: tardad dicealtar tairsib co ros-ecnadh [leg. -ecnaig?] Dia do thuridhin Chorca tri ZCP viii 103.7 (= corus ḟoillsid, Ériu ii 186.25 ). Cf. écnad.

ecnaithi?

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adj cretta fuidbechta fuaim talman triuin torm écnaithi ad-rainfet comarbae cumachta LL 119b45 . Cf. écndaigthe.

écndach

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Forms: écnaige, ecnach

n o, n. n p. écnaige LB 211b18 . See SGS iv 94 .

I Reviling, slandering, defaming: ecndag .i. ni d(a)g .i. non bonum, quid peius detracere? O'Mulc. 357 . éccnach .i. imdheargadh, O'Cl. beim, egnach no toibheim, a Blemish Eg. Gl. 718 ( Arch. iii 169 ). eícndag comnissim Wb 1c6 . écndach cáich 30c6 . ná bith fochunn uaimm fein dom æcnduch let me give no cause for speaking evil of me (gl. quid blasphemor) 11c1 . na dena foghluim ag mnaibh cu nach derntur h'égnach, Lism. L. 3456 = Lat. L. 105.11 (= ne blasphemeris). ni dénad écnach neich, Thes. ii 327.36 . tosach écnaig airbire LL 345b20 = Anecd. iii 16.4 . ag éccnach a n-eascarat, Ériu iv 212.6 . Esp. of blasphemy: t'ecndachsu a Dæ (gl. de te sentire impia) Ml 91a3 . 93a11 . eícndag ind raith diadi (maledicti gratia) Wb 29a7 . du écnduch Dǽ Ml 29a11 . 43b13 . ecnach SR 4694 . PH 479 . du ecnduch di Dia Ml 72b5 . ind écndaig dorigensat Assair do Dia 48b18 . doréll for écnuch na Trínoti, Trip. 44.17 . LL 278a49 . is e ecnach na Trinóti, ferta Meic Dé do chur i lleth Belzebúb PH 6435 . ní fil do pecdaib na hicat acht ecndach an Spiruta naeib ZCP iii 30.28 . Of defamation or satire by a poet: do áir ┐ d'ēcnuch, Corm. Y 694 (grómma). immdergad immandergthar duine iarna haīr no iarna hécṅdug, Bodl. Corm. s. leos . atait secht cenela aire la Feine...lesainm lenus aer-aicetal ecnach n-egnairce..., Laws v 228.26 . tainsithar é o bias cach ga eccnach, im aois ocus im innracus iv 384.25 . cleas ...donidis na filid oc ecnuch, Auraic. 1333 . ni chlos a écnach a cath, Acall. 2007 . See also ZCP v 503.17 . viii 217 § 4 . Auraic. 1934 . 5184 . ni fuilit imderctha na écnaige lind, Anecd. v 4.10 . LB 211b18 .

II Accusing, backbiting, complaining of, murmuring against: ní hobair duine maith | écnach a ṡluaig re prímhḟlaith to complain of people to their chief Acall. 595 . eccnach ┐ iomchosaoid do dhol o maithibh Gall ar an Iustis gus an rígh complaints...were made to the king against the justiciary by the...nobles FM v 1418.5 . téid dá éagnach rena athair complained of him to his father Keat. ii 5943 . do-ní gearán ┐ éagnach ar an rígh ré huaislibh na Spáinne, TSh. 5491 . is é sin do-ní Iob d' éagnach ar an mbás 548 . ag éagnach ar aindísle...na colna 2097 . ag so mar do-ní Beda eagnach ar an ngníomh-so deplores this deed Keat. iii 2230 . With subj. gen.: Tír Cannain...nis-tā dar éis a n-ecnaig SR 4734 . tú...ga gcosg soin | do bhrosd ar n-éagnach oruibh stirred me to reproach thee GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 568 .

III Complaining, grieving over, lamenting (with gen. or absol.): eagnach, osnadh, uchbhadhach, eaccaoin Kirk , = Eg. Gl. 271 ( Arch. iii 155 ). scuir dot h'uchbadaigh et dot h'ecnach imamsa TBC p. 669 n. 10 . iomdha agam...cás égnaigh, Studies 1923, 80 . aga éagnach go mór ┐ ag caoineadh a bháis, Mac. an Iolair 17.11 . ge be lá is lugha da egnach | ata a chumha a n-egcruth oirn, Rel. Celt. ii 218.15 . ro eist an Coimdhe gerān ┐ ēgnach na ffīrēn so the plaint Fl. Earls 222.22 . dá éagnach so, TSh. 1388 . is é sin do-ní Pól d' éagnach... this is what Paul complains of 2931 . a chara, éisd rem éagnach, Ir. Monthly 1920, 54 . rún m' éagnaigh the matter of my grief Ó Bruad. iii 214 .

écndaigidir, écn(d)aigid

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v g

I Slanders, reviles, satirizes: amal non-ǽicndichtherni (gl. sicut blasphe- mamur) Wb 2a11 . æcndigitir (gl. detrahunt) Ml 126d16 . nech eacnaigter a máthair no athair...mad nech aile ecnaigedar, Ériu vii 162.1 , 4 . ní ecnaige do cheile LL 360 marg. inf. Acall. 603 v.l. co ro écnaigitis ainm Meic Dé PH 2175 . is trithe roécnaigset cleirig L. hé reviled him Fél., Ap. 29 Comm. ni raib eneach iconti egnaigeas in fili, Auraic. 1334 . ecnaigfid ind eglais (the poet) will satirize the church Aisl. MC 115.11 . aighidh in ollaman for ferann in righ no egnaidhfedh IT iii 97.4 = BB 294a35 . níor éagnuidheas aicme Chuinn, Content. v 6 . do ghlór féin do éagnuigh ibh xxiv 2 . With di of obj.: fuair druid...ró ecnaigestar di ógi Maire `who mocked at Mary's virginity' Trip. 36.9 . ro écnaig aroli drui do Pátraic, Thr. Hom. 20.22 . rosécnaid don iris Cristaide LB 27a13 = Trip. 456.2 .

II Accuses, complains of: nár écnaighi ...a mhuinntir re tigerna do not make complaint against a people to their lord Acall. 594 . día n-éugnaigher áon díobh tre chion nó choir, Ériu xv 124 (132a) . gus na ciontaibh ima n-éugnaighther, 124 (132b) .

III Laments, deplores: ro ēgnaigh lē uile threplait an ardespoig, Fl. Earls 144.24 . do éignuighdar riú cumhga a bhferainn, 23 E 26, 169.22 . vn. écndugad g s. lucht a héugnaighthe 'her accusers' Ériu xv Supplement 48 .

écndaigthe

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(as verb. necess. of écndaigid(ir)) to be deplored, lamented: éagnaighthe re Dia a dochar her ill- plight should be deplored to God A. Ó Dalaigh liii 11 .

écndaigthid

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Forms: n-écndaigthide

n i a slanderer, backbiter, reviler: ni bu écnaigthid .i. ni dénad écnach neich, Thes. ii 327.36 ( Hy v Comm. ). inna n-écndaigthide (gl. obtractatorum) Ml 2d9 . Cf. ni bur n-ecnaigid Dé ye shall not be blasphemers SR 4871 .

écndaigthide

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adj io-iā slanderous, blasphemous: a p. écndaigthidi .i. dorigensatsom do ecnduch Dǽ (gl. blas- phema... verba) Ml 43b13 .