édánus

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n u, m. timidity: manip dána re nech corp Crist do thaiscid i llestar nglan, is coru co mor edánus dia thabairt isin corp n-élnide PH 5332 .

edbairt

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x see idbairt.

edda, eda

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Forms: eghda, eddha

adj in etymological glosses on the preverb ath-: mani tised athgabail .i. muna tisad in gabail aith no egda ` lawful ' Laws i 254.20 . edda, eadgha 254.23 , 25 . eghda 256.4 . eddha 270.23 . las n-aidgenetar .i...laisi ngeinend siad gu aith no gu eadha iv 164.17 . forsuidib .i. ...forsní egda hisin i 272.31 . See eda.

eddamna

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Forms: edamna, éddamain

adj unsubdued, unbroken: tuarcbad in airc for dá n-ócbuaib eddamna LB 128a46 = edamna YBL 70b12 ( = cen domnad SR 5426 ). The n s. may be éddamain, cf. tamain .i. borb, O'Dav. 1560 , and etamain.

edel

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n prayer, supplication: edel .i. irnaigthi no depre- coit, Corm. Y 513 . O'Cl. `eidel' urnaigthe, Met. Gl. , Eg. 12 . do Dia doberat edel, Corm. s.v. , where edel: Feimen may be right; cf. (sídh ár) Femen: deirgthened, Acall. 2868 .

eder

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n water (?): eder ab idra (ὕδρα) .i. aqua , O'Mulc. 373 .

edlenn

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Forms: edleand, eidleand, edlenn, edlinn, feithlend

n honeysuckle or woodbine (?): glaisem gelta .i. edlenn nó edhend, Anecd. iii 43.18 . uilleann .i. edlend, Auraic. 5524 . edleand 1197 . eidleand 4303 . oir .i. feoruss no edlend 4301 (but oir .i. feorus no edind 1197 ). tuathmar fidh .i. eithlend 4302 (edleand 4304 ). dat. edlenn 5605 . edlinn 5606 . fodla feada; sceith, draigean, trom, feorus, crann fir, eidleann, fincoll `ivy' Laws iv 150. 9 (= fedlend, Auraic. 1156 . feithlend 4250 ). crann fir nó eilend (leg. eidlend), Anecd. iii 45.2 . Cf. féithlenn.

édlúith

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adj i (neg. of dlúith) not compact, lax, loose, scattered: croiceand bog edlúith (rendering cutes laxae et rarae) 23 K 42, 88 . da mbia...corp edluith aige (a sign of proneness to tertian fever) 23 P 10³, 2b33 . an puls do beith 'se hanband edluith mall unsteady 51b34 . ni ro dluithighset re socraite in tsenaidh, acht batar co hedluit[h] esraiti uathu for leith, CCath. 5697 . in soithech edluith omall-sa (metaph. of the body), Arch. iii 234 . baile beg édaingen edluith incompact, scattered Fl. Earls 48.7 . tre baili rofhata é.¤ 162.6 .

édlús

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n u, o, m. (neg. of dlús) looseness, laxity (of com- position or arrangement): édlús in boill `lax texture of the organ' O'Gr. Cat. 252.27 . ara edlús ro innsaighset a muinter an cath `the loose array with which his people had entered on the fight' CCath. 5715 .

edocht

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x see aidacht.

édóchas

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n o, m. want of hope, want of faith; despair: d'aithle t'éadóthchais aignidh `heart's despair' Studies 1922, 410 . dá ndeachaidh...a n-éadóchas ar Íosa if he lose faith in Jesus Ir. Monthly 1922, 384 . TSh. 9170 an lucht théid a n-éudóchas a slánuighthe, Parrth. Anma 146.11 . áit' s nach fuil aoin-mhuinighin mhaitheasa, 's nach fuil aoin-éadóchas uilc = ibi...nulla desperatio mali TSh. 6449 . peacadh an éadóchais 1904 . gé nách téid sinn a n-éudóchas yet we despair not 2 Cor. iv 8 .