éigem

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Forms: éigem, egem, t-eigem, égim, eigim, eigim, égim, eighem, eighemh, égium, éigheamh, éighme, -égim, -eigim, éghim, eigme, hegme, éighmhe, eigmea, eigme, eidhme, égmib, éighmhibh

n ā, f. later also o, m. n s. éigem LL 264a12 . egem Corm. Y 542 . RC xii 96.1 . in t-eigem , Laws iii 242.15 Comm. Eochairsg. 65.11 . égim TBC 644 . eigim ZCP viii 264 § 21 . a s. eigim, Ériu ii 26.9 . égim 208 § 32 . eighem YBL 7a27 . eighemh ITS xii 4.16 . égium PH 2112 . éigheamh, TSh. 4380 . g s. éighme, TTr.² 1081 . d s. -égim BDD 40 . -eigim TBC 2582 (= -égem TBC² 1922 ). éghim RC x 56.13 v.l. n p. eigme TBC² 2057 . na hegme LU 26b6 = RC x 58 . éighmhe (: Éirne) TD 16.71 . a p. eigmea Ml 113b7 . eigme TBC² 477 . eidhme ZCP vi 67. 19 . d p. égmib PH 8305 . éighmhibh ML 108.15 .

A scream, cry; screaming, calling aloud: is airdarcu dúin sanas na da neoch aile éigem a whisper is plainer to us than is a shout to another LL 264a12 = MU 16.2 . á n-eigmea ón (gl. morientium gemitus) Ml 113b7 . muc...for a muin ┐ si oc síregim BDD 38 ; 40 . óengáir guil ┐ éighme TTr.² 1081 . atnaig a thri eigme as...co clos fo thir Breg....cach eigim triana hardchenn ZCP viii 264 § 21 . eidhme amluatha etréna ZCP vi 67.19 . as e dorinne an eighemh sin, Buile Ṡ. 4.17 . do-rat gáir tróm ┐ égium dermáir ass PH 2112 . dusrat scret ┐ eigem os aird, Fl. Earls 140.12 . Esp. a cry of distress or alarm; a warning shout; summons: eigem fri hecin, Dinds. 159 = LL 170bz . ro héged immumsa (oc tabairt tana bó uait)...tanacaisiu fon égim IT i 102.1 . TBC² 477 . techt fo égim attending to a cry of distress Ériu ii 208 § 32 . LU 26b7 (= RC x 58.5 ). is degóir (leg. degḟóir) éigmi, 'speedy help in answer to a call of alarm' Táin 4649 . ro eirgettar- side fóna heimghibh FM v 1784.18 . fer braith no eigmei one who watches or raises the alarm (?) Laws i 176.11 Comm. Cf. éigme.

eiger

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x see eigre.

éigid

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v cries out, screams , genly. of calling out in distress or alarm: ro héige in ben nert a cind SR 3215 . eigthi (<ēigid + i) in muccid BDD 20 (v.l. eígis). egis in gilla (on being beaten) FB 38 . Corm. Y 690 . hillurgu i n-egthiar ar muichtea meit wherein there is outcry RC xx 154 (= i n-eigthiar LU 7b11 ; see RC xxxvi 375.9 ). éghis ar tós goilis fo deod RC xii 94 z . eigid in bandtrocht TBC² 476 . is cumai nó gairtís na mílid ┐ no eightís na curaid, TTr.² 1874 . ro iachtset na senóre: ro scretsat na nóidein: ro éighset na hingena macdacht 1903 . ro eig ┐ ro scret, Fl. Earls 138.5 . eghit a biasda ┐ a bledmila, Ériu ii 112 § 35 . RC xxiv 373 z . do éigh sé dho láthair na comhairle, Acts xxiii 6 . do éigh mé, xxiv 21 . do éigheas ort = clamavi ad te TSh. 4281 . gerrán phreabas as éighios neighs (?) Mac Aingil 537.12 .

Esp. of raising an alarm , genly. with imm or ar of pers. against whom it is raised: eighthear ann .i. do gair- eadh fuachas, O'Cl. eigsit impu, Anecd. i 66.140 (cf. RC x 56.14 ). ro héged immum sa (oc tabairt tana bó uait) IT i 101.24 . fo heged (v.l. ro hegiud) immum 102. 23 . eigther (v.l. eghtir) immum 101.14 . Cóir Anm. 277 . do heiccedh air ZCP x 18.25 . gabsat di marc hi n-ath- gabhail; eighther; ni breth forrai ZCP vii 305.14 . do heigedh isin cathraigh leis sin `thereupon a cry was raised in the city' ZCP vi 289.2 . See éigmid.

eigir

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x see eigre.

éiglide

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adj weak, infirm: ata an spioraid ollamh, ┐ an cholann éiglidhe = infirma TSh. 10159 . Cf. saighduir éiglidhe an invalid Begley-MacCurt. 371a . lag nó éiglídhe, ib.

éiglidecht

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n weakness, infirmity: éiglidheacht an chuirp, TSh. 8536 . téid an corp i n-anbhfainne ┐ i n-éiglidheacht 1240 .

éigme

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Forms: éimhidhe

n a cry, scream; crying out, screaming: gul ┐ scrécach ┐ éimhe RC xxviii 312.22 . oc gul ┐ oc eighmhe (eidhmhe MS), Anecd. iii 8.18 . ag éimhghe do ghuth mhór, Acts viii 7 . do thionnsgain sé éighmhe, Mark x 47 . bíd ag éighmhe go laothamhail = clamant quotidie TSh. 4388 . ar iffernd gu géri gádh | a ndéntar éimi is uchan, Uí Maine 145 b 1 . pl. éimhighdhe fada fíorthruagha, Macaomh an Iolair 66.21 . éimhidhe 16.7 ; 22.12 (probably<éigmeda). Cf. éigmed, and see éigem, éigmech.

éigmech

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n screaming, crying out: golfadach ┐ éigmech LU 33a11 (= RC iv 252.8 ). gol ┐ egmech 33a45 . Aen. 529 . sloigh na cruinni...ic eighmigh in n-aenfecht, CCath. 5624 . fuil osa chind ag eigmig...in Morrigu MR 198.1 . oc grechaig ┐ oc egmig fo [a] n-ingnib (of people being devoured by birds) LB 150a47 . ic eigmich fuind crying out to us (to their captors) YBL 152 b4 . co n-eighmigh n-adhbail, Leb. Gab. i 158 n.2 . Of raising the alarm (imm against): atasfobrat ic égmig impu LU 26a39 = RC x 56.14 .

éigmed

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m. (vn. of éigmid) screaming: an gul gáibhth- each gearanach ┐ an t-éigmheadh [téimhghedh MS] ainbháil na mban, Ériu v 76.1 = B iv 1 97b . Cf. éigme.

éigmid

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Forms: éighmhis

v screams, cries out: do éighmheadar, Acts xxii 23 . éighmhid as na duibheacánaibh = clamant e profundis TSh. 6433 . pret. s. 3 éighmhis 9905 .

eigre, oigre, eiger, eigir, oigir

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Forms: eigre, eigre, oigre, t-oíghre, t-óighre, oighrighe, eigir, oigir

n (eidre, etc. also common) (AN loanword Risk 588 ) heir, inheritor, successor, descendant (often equivalent to mac). The earliest dateable ex. recorded is eigher (:deiredh) in a 13th cent. poem 23 N 28, 35 (see below), but eigre (oigre), the commoner form, may be older.

(a) eigre, oigre m.: oigri eghre IGT Decl. § 2 . eigri an iarla the earl's heir ex. 98 = Ridgeway Essays 324.11 . FM v 1530.21 . TD 32.36 . eidhre Dé (i.e. Christ), Dán Dé ii 21 . tú ar nAthair...tú ar n-oidhre xxvii 13 . mac i n-ionadh an athar | dob oircheas... | a athair na oighre dhó | ...as ḟachain iarghnó, GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 625 . lúad m'eigre fom' inad, Met. Dinds. iii 62. 111 . a hairm 'na eigre dissi her place was heir to her (i.e. it carried on her name) 60.75 . oighre (eighre) Cuirc (= descendant of Corc) GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 284 . TD 9.51 . go mbia triur óigred oc fir husarachta .i. bésti ┐ nathracha ┐ cruma PH 7587 . díchor óigrechta ona hóigrib dílsi 7784 . dá oighribh TD 32.70 . asé in mac thusmes is oigri air dia eis, Marco P. 67 . Keat. iii 2104 . ni fuil do cloind agum acht aeiningen ┐ is i is oigri orum ZCP vi 52. 22 . Ériu v 198.639 . athair gan oighre, mathair gan mhac, TSh. 1169 . nach fuighedh se a dhiol clemhnuis da mbiadh oighre denta ar a shliochd ar tus, Rel. Celt. ii 158. 22 . cibé...doní oighre don eaglais, TSh. 5152 . With gen. or ar of what is inherited: a chealla...dfagbáil 'ga n-urradhaibh ┐ 'ga n-oighredhaibh iomcuibhde dia éis BNnÉ 264.11 . cinnit aca oigre...do denomh do naomh- Muire ar a n-uile innmhus, Fl.Earls 192.20 . Cf. an Rí as oighre ar na hainglibh, A. Ó Dálaigh i 10 . éisdid...rér nduain d'inghin a n-oighre the daughter of their inheritor (i.e. of him who has succeeded to headship over them) GF., Ir. Monthly 1919, 225 .

an t-oíghre , Matt. xxi 38 . an t-óighre , Gal. iv 1 . pl. oighrighe, Gal. iii 29 .

(b) eiger: fer cedmhaoite curadh | ni heccaointe a eigher, 23 N 28, 35 ; cf. Ir. Monthly 1921, 290 .

(c) eigir, oigir m.: in tráth sháiles duine mac díles do beth aige, is de dogní oighir PH 7785 . mac airdríogh gan oighir air IGT, Decl. ex. 1043 . mo char id gheimhil... fearr dhamh iná mh'eidhir ann, Dán Dé ix 2 . críoch gan oighir gan iarmhua, O'Gr. Cat. 452 = Studies 1921, 420 . rí Oiligh dob é a athair | sé 'na oighir d' Ultachaibh, Ir. Monthly 1921, 202 = YBL 374a37 . gurb é is aonoighir d' Eirinn TD 8.18 . g s. ar úaigh oighir Eóin IGT, Decl. ex. 365 . i n-uaig eigir [sic leg.] Ealanáir of E.'s son O'Gr. Cat. 381.10 .