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 .

1 écndairc

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adj i

I Absent , opp. to frecndairc: amrad .i. ecnairc rāidh...ni rādh acht is amrādh....i. ni fri nech frecnairc rāidhim nī, ach fri nech ecnairc, H 3.18, 616a (gl. on Amra CC). aisndeis ecndairc indib huilib (tertiae personae) Sg 161b3 . dég rombu écndaircc dó he was absent from him 148a6 . mairg in iath ecnaircc aerthiar RC xx 44.23 = LU 5b31 . tucfait o teorfégad spirtalla a mmenman na réta ata ecnairce dóib they will under- stand...the things that are absent LU 36az = RC xxv 248.5 . ēcndairc fri frecndairc, a fault in literary composition, viz. using address and narrative with reference to a single person in the same stanza (cf. faisnéis is agalluimh a n-énrann IGT, Introd. § 2 ), Auraic. 5171 , etc. Cf. Met. Dinds. iii 54.9 , cited below. nir bu ecnairc (with gl.: .i. ni bu écnaigthid) Hy v 5 ( Thes. ii 327 ) is obscure.

II Absence: écndairc cian ut ille (gl. absenti) Sg 138a2 . ecṅdairc ocus (gl. quasi absenti) 138a3 . nis n-ecnairc mogha midhiter dire .i. ni mesamnaighann an brethem eneclann...do neoch a n-ecmais a tochusa, Laws iv 378.20 . asbreth fri cechtarde i n-ecndairg araile to each of them separately Ériu iii 137.52 . g s. as attrib.: taiselbad n-ecnairce discovery in absence Laws v 328.24 Comm. aer- aicetal ecnach n-egnairce recitation of a slanderous satire in absence 228.27 . Esp. in formula i n-écnairc (with gen. or absol.) in the absence (of): a n-ecnairc meanman in the absence of full mental powers (of a minor) Laws v 510.5 . i n-aighidh a fir...a n-ecnairc in the presence of her partner ...in his absence ii 380.1 Comm. mad i n-ecnairc; mad i n-a fiadnaise v 356.28 Comm. athgabail forniatar i n-ecnairc ne[i]ch ii 124.28 C. éccnairc .i. an aimsir do- cuaidh thort the time which is past O'Cl. seems based on: frecnairc fri hecnairc anois | a lucht imdénma in ḟenchuis, Met. Dinds. iii 54.9 , but the sense is not well supported.

III In the phr. ar écn(d)airc for the sake of (a common formula in prayer or adjuration). The earlier sense may have been instead of , a not unlikely, development from for the absence of. In: ar éicndirc ma frisaiccid Crist (gl. rogamus vos...per adventum Domini nostri) Wb 25d24 the sense is doubtful; either = ar é.¤ Crist, ma frissidnaiccid for Christ's sake, if ye expect Him or (even) in His absence, if so be ye expect His coming.Cf. in macc amnas ro dasgāid | Brigtæ ar écnairc a rríg `for her King's sake' Thes. ii 336.2 ( Hy v 35 ); with gl.: .i. ar in rig i tai ecnarcus tabair ní...damsa, olse for the sake of the king who is absent from thee i.e. in whose place thou art (?). a Chríst cotamróither...ar écnairc do gérat, ib. Fél., Ep. 72 (cf. under 2 écndairc). ar écnairc Maicc Maire 384 , 404 , 526 . arécnairc do martrae 514 . ar egnarc a croichesium ...ar ecnairc a esergi, Ériu i 122.30 , 32 .

2 écndairc

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Forms: écnairce, écnarca

n i, f. g s. écnairce, Anecd. i 43.7 . Ériu i 219.4 . Laws v 212 Comm. , etc. écnarca RC xiii 84.18 . LL 286a14 . Evidently same word as preceding. An inter- cessory prayer, prayer for the absent or for the dead, requiem: ecnairc .i. impidhi, O'Dav. 776 . Thr. Ir. Gl. 226 x . a Íssu notguidiu | ar écnairc na slógsa, Fél., Prol. 266 . éccnairc .i. guidhe Dé, O'Cl. is écnairc do marbaib a requiem for the dead Fél., Ep. 192 . is écnairc i mbethu | fri homun cech báeguil 201 . gabail n-ecnairce beo ┐ marb LB 11b37 . 11b25 . gaibem a ecnairc, or B., ór itbath, Fel. Feb. 1 Comm. , LL 283b19 . rogabad a écnairc ┐ ro hadnacht LL 283a38 . adnaicthir lia cheili ┐ gebid a écnairc 278a47 . FM vi 2296 . ní fil ní do-gné dune dar cend indtí adbail nad cobair dó, etir figill ┐ abstanit ┐ gabail n-ecnairci, Mon. Tall. § 18 . BNnÉ 92.9 . ZCP iii 29.22 . Acall. 3046 . nodleice for gabail a hecnarca .i. secht mbiate cech lai leis. cēt slechtain. na tri choicait LL 286a14 = KMMiscell. 210.15 . in ni udbras nech ar anmuin .i. ar gabail n-ecnairce; ┐ a dilsi o uair gabala na hecnairce amach, Laws Comm. v 212.10 ; 316.29 ; 428.16 ; 500.5 . FM vi 2222.20 . cech manach nā timairg for a eclais saindiles baithius ┐ comnai ┐ gabail ecnoirce inti, Ériu i 219.7 . rochuaid dochum nimi ┐ atát na clerig ac gabáil a écnarca sum LL 303b42 (= RC xiii 84 ). secht n-affrinn écnairce áin requiem masses Arch iii 216.1 .

écndaithe

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Forms: écndaithi

adj io-ia reproached, complained of: ainsithar gach n-ecnaithi .i. tainsithar é o bias cach ga eccnach, Laws iv 384.25 . ecnaithi gach n-ainmhech .i. is ecnaithi is in flaithemnus é ó bos ainmhech é gin tochus 384.27 . The latter ex. possibly belongs to écndaithi, verb. necess. of écndathir.

écndarcus

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n u, m. absence, withdrawal from sight: act ba samlid dúib cid imm éicndarcus even in my absence (gl. bonum aemulamini...non tantum cum praesens sum apud vos) Wb 19d29 ... cid int écndarcus (gl. etiam lunae absentia) Ml 29d15 . ar in rig i tai ecnarcus for the sake of the king who is absent from thee (cf. 1 écnairc III) Thes. ii 337.18 .

écn(d)athir, écn(d)aid

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v ā I Slanders: comēt dam mo thenga | nar ecnadar duine that it may not slander anyone ZCP vi 259 § 4 .

II Complains (of): ní éigeonainn gaoth I would not complain of wind O'Gr. Cat. 453 . An féinnidh fíor tréar ling an bhachall | 'snár éaguin í le suim san mbaiste, Ó Bruad. i 42 . See écndaigidir.

ecnem ?

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Forms: ecnem

n litiu do i cen is mac aighin é, ecnem cein is mac boma nua porridge for him while he is a ` skillet- boy ,' ecnem while he is a fresh-diet boy (rules for feeding a foster-child; `as many meals of bread') Laws ii 176.20 Comm.

ecnuad ?

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n trefocul... cen ecnach. cen ecnuadh, Auraic. 1935 = Arch. iii 293.8 .