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 .

édóig, édáig

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adj i (neg. of dóig) not to be expected or hoped for, an unlikely thing; improbable: robudh edóigh ... | m'égcóir as Brian na bheathaigh `injustice to me would be unlikely if B. were living' Miscell. Celt. Soc. 150. 11 . Content. vii 15 . sé i láimh ní hédáigh againn, Ériu ix 164 § 16 . go madh éadóigh d'onchoin Bhreagh | a n-éagóir orthoibh d'ḟilleadh that...is unlikely to requite their unjust deed TD 18.13 . éadóigh asuibh `distrust of thee' 12.14 .

Compar. with -de: etochaide in gnim do denam do the less likely Laws iii 112.1 Comm.

édoimne

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n , f. (édomain) shallowness: gidh iomdha áladh domhuin | ar Íosa... | lór éadoimhne na n-áladh | dá bhféadaim-ne a bhfriothálamh the wounds were shallow enough could we but tend them Dán Dé v 20 = YBL 365a .

édomain

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adj i (neg. of domain) shallow: (of a ford :) ba hédomain an ionbaidh sin é, Hugh Roe² 31.22 (f. 17b) . for áthaibh édoimhne na habhann 12.32 (f. 7a) = FM vi 1920.5 . ar ḟéadabhair do rádh ruinn | glár as éadamhain ionuinn an utterance which does not penetrate us very deeply Content. x 4 .

edrauas

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see etarbúas (E 214.42).

? édruith

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adj i : ní thuca in cóil clannmair, osí drúith edruith do not wed a lean prolific woman lascivious...(?) ZCP viii 113.1 = ēdmar, Zu Ir. Hss. u. Litt. i 20 (druthethaind, druthchaid v.l.). Cf. étradh, étraith.

ef

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n the letter f: (expl. of the word senchus :) fenchas in focul fein...ocus a cendfochrus in focail do-rigned and, .i. ef tallad as ria n-es `f was substituted for s' Laws i 32.28 Comm.

effainn ?

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n effainn graece ab eifonia (= εὐφωνία). i. bona vox .i. is loreffainn moreffainn, unde efnae dicitur mulier vocis bonae , O'Mulc. 374 . Perhaps not an Irish word.