eillgid

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v i (from prototonic st. of in-loing, q.v.) joins, adds to, puts on or into: ellgid sē saīdhecht do neoch .i. do- faircenn imat toicthi, Anecd. v 26 n. 7 . coro ellghiostair a longphort i ngarfhocus dona mennattaibh `entrenched' Hugh Roe 286.19 (f. 75b) . in airit eillgiter a nūs ina sinib is kept Laws iii 228.9 Comm. in feoil eillgithur isin coire `which is put into' ii 30.15 Comm. deidi ar a n-eillgiter cor amuil aire for ech (gl. on : da [e]achlaid cor) on whom contracts are laid iv 58.23 . ro heillged aice comhuaim retha esci im rith ngréne (gl. on : ellacht) ACC 61 Comm. Of putting in a claim : eillgit a mic...inní, Laws iv 38 y Comm. (gl. on : inlongad). inlolaid .i. ro eillgestur 16.25 = inlolaigh .i. roheillged , O'Dav. 1130 .

? eilliama

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ind : eilliama .i. tail. ut est. róir dam .x. neilliama .i. .x. tailm, CIH iii 1093.34 . Cf. talliama.

éilmid, éilmigid

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v g (éilem) charges, accuses : ní éilmhim éag- cóir ghníomha | ar h'aghaidh, Ó Bruad. ii 134.9 . i ndiaidh ar éilimh Dia...d'ḟiachaibh...ar na clannaibh iii 78.17 . eachrann uadha ní hannamh éilmh- ighthear a fight is often claimed from him (i.e. he is chal- lenged) i 80 y .

éilned, éil(l)ed

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etc. u, o, m. (vn. of as-léna) pollution, corruption, defilement (physical or moral) : eillneadh .i. truailleadh, O'Cl. hǽllned (gl. illuvies) Sg 55b11 . nipu huisse a ǽllned to pollute it (sc. templum Dei) Wb 8d6 . ni cumaing int ídol a hélned the idol cannot pollute it 11b9 . ní do is ainm du grés pullutum dun elled asslentar huanaib salaib corpthaib (gl. pollutum non semper immun- dum vocat) Ml 92d12 . eilled cech oín bís inna cobfodlus trí gabail desmrechta diib the corruption of all who are intimate with them 22b1 . cen nach n-eilled (gl. absque ullo interpollutu) 137c5 . ni heillned dosom ind ní sin, Mon. Tall. § 88 . elned, ib. dona hógaib cen eilniud SR 598 (ref. to Rev. xiv 4 ). TTr.² 1855 . ar n-etarscarad o cech elniud chuirp ┐ anma PH 5357 . BColmáin 8.20 . ZCP vi 266 § 3 . aine cen elniud, Hib. Min. 41.21 . iar ndicur cech élniuda LU 35az . tré eilnedh an tempaill BNnÉ 315.30 . dichuirid cach uad elniuda a chinad the pollutions of his sin PH 5599 . Corrupting, rotting, decaying : iarnat' eillnedh don tsaeth fil fort, Marco P. 164 . Cf. roboí...Uisnech gan éllned corruption MR 108.22 . d'indchomartha aimsire gan élned 106.4 .

éilnid

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x from protot. stem of as-léna, q.v.

éilnigid

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v g (eilned) defiles, pollutes :is menicc élnigther ...in popul uli tria imarbus in aenduine PH 4219 . gurub amhlaid ellnighter a n-ingina their maidens are deflowered Marco P. 102 .

éilnigud

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u, m. (vn. of éilnigid) defilement : a comurdai eillnigti a n-ogachta D iv 2, 43[41]vb1 .

éilnithe

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Forms: éilnigthe, éillidi

io-iā (part. of as-léna) later éilnigthe (éilnigid) corrupted, defiled (physically or morally) : is éilnithe a menme (gl. inquinatae) Wb 31b29 . ni éilnithe accomol Crist et na æcilso 22c11 . g s m. éillidi (gl. violate (Legis) following the gender of Ir. recht = L. lex) Ml 63a16 . maith [ = mad] tria chath n-imrati bith elnithi nech `si quis impugnatione cogitationis pollutus fuerit' Ériu vii 144 § 27 . nā ro trēiccem commām...nemhēilnidhe ar cēle...i. Iosa Crist...ar commām n-ēlnidhe a moghadh, Scúap Chr. § 37 ( Otia ii 100 ). Corrupted, rotted : cuirp élnide, TTr.² 904 . isin corp n-élnide o peccthaib PH 5333 . in biadh...biaidh 'na otrach éilnidhe SG 28.41 . níor ḟéd fuirech fair istaigh rá méd rob élneighthe an t-aér isin tigh sin, Three Frag. 26.1 .

? éilnithech

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adj o-ā corrupt, demoralizing (?) : g s m. nár luighe súil éilnidhigh...ar an gconnlán gcompán gcarad sin, Ó Bruad. iii 136.15 . (v.l. éilnigh, éilmhigh). Cf. éilnithid.

éilnithi

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(verbal of necess. of as-léna) to be profaned, defiled : eillnithi (gl. violenda) Ml 128d2 .

é(i)lnithid

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Forms: élnithid

n i corrupter, violator : élnithid (gl. violator) Sg 69a12 .