elitronta

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n the name of a plant: diptannus pulegium martis .i. da ainm in elitronta RC ix 231 (= dittany origanum dictamnus ?). Cf. diptamus, pulegium mertus .i. an litronta 23 K 42, 422 . Cf. litronta, ditronda.

ell, ella

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n (a) a flush, a sudden emotion, a rush of feeling freq. in e.¤ condalbe, e.¤ (m)báide, used generally of an emotion experienced on seeing one's kin in danger. (a) tanic ell condailbi im Ultaib dó a flush of affection for his kin of Ulster TBC 468 . tánic a ell chondailbi fair 2964 (= tainic ell mbáidhe et condailbe dhó, St). dosuicfe uile ell condolba oc aiscin in maic isind nith TBC² 3378 . RC xiii 444.16 . arrangab ell chondailbe RC xiii 458.18 = SG 316.38 . do eirigh ell baidhe ann TBC p. 899 n. 1 . eill nári `a feeling of shame' MU 34.20 = LL 267a20 . (b) ro eirigh ealla bagha ann TBC 399 n. 10 . tanic ealla aithrechuis dó im a nderna `a fit of repentance for what he had done' Celt. Rev. ii 212 . pl. (?), geubdaid ella aith- reachuis ITS v 168.19 . i richt meic sheacht mbliadan ...co ndenaind ella baide imme, B.Molling 39 . Cf. ris atbert a bhuime...tré ealla buidhe Baoísgne, Duan. Ḟ. i 25.6 . Cf. corbar clochthige os chella | nírap ella aislinge RC xiii 114.8 = SG 388.31 (`may all this not be a mere fit of dreaming' ii 423 ).

(b) a blush: ell n-ailgen issindara hoil dó... .i. frecra mín munterda indara fecht an expression of gentleness (?) in one cheek MU 36.27 = LL 267b9 .

(c) a sudden pang or pain (probably this is the earliest sense); generally in pl., of pains of travail: tancatar bressa brighi ┐ ella da hindsaighid ┐ rucustar gein meic, Acall. 543 . tangadar breasa briogha ┐ ella idhna (alla idhan v.l.) dá hionnsaidhe, Ériu v 80.28 . ella idan YBL 180b20 . alla idhan RC xiv 28 § 5. BNnÉ 126.1 .

2 ell, eill

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n the original meaning of the word is doubtful; cf. ell didiu .i. intus, O'Mulc. 376 . It usually has the sense of opportunity, vantage: ell for Fhionn .i. greim no baoghal ar Fhionn, O'Cl. (cf. Dinds. 49 cited below). boisium for eill Fhinn he `was lying in wait for F.' RC xiv 242.18 . dus an ttairsittis eill ngabhala for A. an opportunity of seizing upon A. Hugh Roe² 3.10 (f.1 b) . batar...i forbhaisi isin dúnadh dus an ttairsitis eill na criche ass, Hugh Roe 176.9 (f.47b) . Freq. in phr. gaibid¤ , fo-gaib e.¤ (with gen. or prep. of object) takes advantage of, overcomes: teilgc cenn meic Bachairi 'mach | ni gébthar ell na cathrach SR 6980 . nert Dé lend | arná ragbaither ar nell LL 308b8 = SG 389.25 . ní raghba ar n-eill | demon, Arch. iii 231.15 . mairg ríg...gebas eill mo naím LU 119b8 . Buile Ṡ. 74.26 . cidh 'mo ngeibhe mh' eill 72.10 . gonaidh, marbaidh, airligidh | gabhaid uile a eill (: beinn) 68.6 . meicc beca ni geibtis eill | do M. had no chance against M. ZCP viii 217.26 . rogab eill dona Mirmedóndaib sech cách, TTr.² 1513 . imraidi C. modh nod-gabad eill for Find, Dinds. 49 (cf. O'Cl. cited above). ni ḟuair nechtarde eill for a cheile `neither of them prevailed over the other' RC iii 184.29 = LL 122b9 . fuarattar ell forsna coimh- édaighib...go ro bhensat a ngeimhle dhíobh FM vi 1912 w . fuair an Iustis ell ┐ elang a fforcoimett Uí Neill...co ndeachaidh treimhit gan troit 2224.10 . Cf. ni ellastar clóen- chleir .i....ba gabail ella lasin n-uasal bith ic inblegon creitmi forna cleḟeraib RC xx 272.6 . don abaill imar gabustair Eba éill, no imar gabustair eill Eba, Laws i 54.5 Comm. (cf. Corm. Y 1272 ). co héill fir célide .i. cuirm, Aisl. MC 99.21 .

3 ell

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n troop, flock: ell no iall .i. ealta d'énaibh no do dháoinibh, O'Cl. ; here also perhaps: ell .i. cath, O'Cl. This may be the word in the following instances: úair dosfuargaib, rígda ell | co sluagaib Hierusalem a kingly host (?) SR 6677 . Fergal na n-airech n-ell 2357 . cnáifed dia álaig óg n-ell | slóg sádail na senÉrend would have wasted all the flocks (?) of the peoples of ancient Ireland Met. Dinds. ii 62.11 . Cf. also iii 48.1 . Trip. 252.21 . SR 1129. 3915 . ficell a vigilia, nó feiccell .i. ell feig, O'Mulc. 535 . nirb fand fri glan-ella gluind were not weak before troops of prowess (?) LL 146a14 = ZCP xii 377 § 8 .

ellabair

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n a host, multitude (?): ellabhair .i. ollarbhar .i. sluagh mór, O'Cl.

1 ellach

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Forms: n-ellug, ellug, n-elluch

n o, m. (earlier n.?) (vn. of in-loing)

I

(a) joining, uniting; union, combination, composition , cf. eallach. .i. suidhiughadh, O'Cl. : buith i n-elluch coirp Crist in union with Wb 29d22 . i nhellug coirp Crist 29c8 . i n-ellug 19c20 . inna ellug 26d16 . inna n-elluch Sg 188a 3 . Laws v 342.23 Comm. do-alla in cethramthu ...a n-ellach in trin together with the third part ii 398.17 Comm. i n-ellach na daime in the train of iii 404.19 Comm. bai lanumuin i n-elluch ar a chinn isstig together IT i 144.5 . Cf. tictís iar n-elluch fo smacht | do chen- nuch i tír nEgept SR 3427 . inna clocha bíte i n-elluch in talman in the earth's mass Acr 12c1 ( Thes. ii 5.32 ). ar na roib na eicmailt i n-ellug inna æcaillse in the communion of the church Wb 22c20 . cethardha ata i n-ellach gacha duila dligidhe .i. aer ┐ talam, teine ┐ uisce in the composition of O'C., Law Transcr. 901 < H 3.18, 400 . i n-ellach dénma na ndúl, Todd Lect. vi 67 = LB 138b17 . i n-ellach in cumdaigh inlaid (?) BB 493b6 (cf. Alex. 587 ). In gramm.: issi intsillab diuit sillab ellaig rain[n]e a syllable in the composition, i.e. body of a part (of speech) Sg 25b13 . i n-ællug insce biid dictio in connected speech (= oratio) 25a2 . esse feda .i. in blog aoir tebide gebhes in fid i n-elluch focail, Auraic. 898 . in blog, etc.techtas i n-elluch focail 902 .

Hence (b) metre (?): ellach .i. aisti ut est cibe cenel dina secht n-eillghibh .i. dona secht n-aistibh, O'Dav. 765 . eallach .i. aisde ealadhna, O'Cl. vii primeillge na filideachta, Auraic. 743 . aisti dona seacht primellgibh na f., 1686 . is lethloigibh na .vii. primellach direnaiter na haisti seo IT iii 28.28 . Cf. also O'Mulc. 537 , and: fuirim .i. ellach aisti, Corm. Y 665 . trefocal...cen ellach dona hellgib cenmothá óen-ellach, Arch. iii 293.5 = Auraic. 1931 . fogonar airchetul i n-anocht n-ellag (of a metrical fault) 5224 . ellach .i. rann. lān-ellach i. lān-rann do denam do lethrann, amail ata: a Gilla Míchil Ó Maol Caimin, O'C. Law Transcr. 977 < H 3.18, 422 .

(c) In connexion with cath, joining in battle, engaging; encounter, battle , cf. eallach .i. cath, O'Cl. : céin ro bás ic ellach ┐ ic tinol ┐ ic cur na tri cath-sa, Alex. 421 . mor ndrong ndhánai...ro hellachtai and i n-urd ellaig in chathai 132 . 144 . a ndith ┐ a mudugud inn-ellach in mórcathae eiter Poimp ┐ Cesair for muigh na Tésali, CCath. 4392 . (of vultures :) ic urnaidhe a fola ┐ a n-apaige d'fagbail...i n-ellach in morcatha ┐ inn-otharligib na n-anradh isin armaig 5003 . ellach [a] cath ar a chind ZCP xii 378.26 . Cf. Cellach...cen ellach n-aith n-imgona LL 132b43 . óenach cen imchosnom cen ellach `without seizure' (without encounter ?) Met. Dinds. iv 150.63 . rogníset úaibre ellach an arrogant encounter (?) Met. Dinds. iii 370. 65 . The following exx. may also come here: ellach n-ossaid a union of truce, a league LL 184a33 = Arch. Hib. ii 73 . trí rígna... | 'ca mbítis ríg rochrotha | ... | nírbtar ellaig óenḟechta `unions of a moment' Met. Dinds. iii 366 . 20 . sesca mor-mili imma cuaird...do chemendaib uird ellaig paces in order of union, in succession (?) (of measurements of Babylon) Rawl. 74b17 .

Cf. also: co n-uaill ellaig, Met. Dinds. ii 20.46 . deilm gan ellach ZCP vii 310.7 . fenelach .i. ellach ercai, Corm. Y 666 .

II

(a) a putting in: ellach .i. ni do chur ann ┐ tellach .i. ni do chur as ut est ar is cuma ellach ┐ tellach do tigh cach graid... .i. nech inntu nó as, O'Dav. 797 (cf. 802 ). Laws v 172.8 . ni chumgaba nech ellach nā tellach im thegluch-sa acht me fadéin `none shall have power to keep or send forth' (said by one required to dismiss one of his following) Ériu vi 148.52 . Cf. eallach cach eathair co na fuiluing a lucht loading (or entering ?) a boat so (heavily) that it cannot sustain its burden Laws v 490.11 gl. by: techtugad do brith isin ethar, co na imuilngenn a lucht 492.28 .

Hence (b) entering upon, taking possession of, appropriating: ellag tire... .i. techt intiu; tellag ┐ iallag de hoc dicitur , O'Mulc. 376 . fuair ellach ar nóebe nirt `gained possession' Met. Dinds iv 98.95 . a tellach saighe .i. a n-ellech side, Laws v 470.16 . Here probably: eallach .i. suidhiughadh, O'Cl.

[a] adastar ┐ a ellach (of a steed), Aisl. MC 81.3 . But cf. 2 ellach and 1 íallach.

2 ellach

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n o, m. In origin probably identical with 1 ellach; in: gabas uaithib... | cennach da cind a aenbo | nocor cean[n]ach nar gab greim | da mhar in t-eallach d'Iacim, Arch. iii 244 § 6 , the word seems used in a technical sense: produce (?): cf. síodh Dhé 'gá ceannach ar chrodh | ní dol d'eallach é ó fhior, Dán Dé xxvii 33 .

Collect. goods, property, stock: eallaighe .i. áirnéis tirim no áirnéis tighe, O'Cl. a dúan ar airech n-ellaig 'you poem in exchange for a loaded pack-horse' EIS 146 § 35 . doberait a n-eallaigi dochum a tented dia tirmugudh, Aen. 270 . Cf. an taisigheacht eallaigh cona cornaib ┐ cona fithchellaib ┐ cona failgib... (an hereditary office in the chief's household), Hy Many 88.4 (possibly for: t. teallaig; but taoiseach teallaigh KAJ ii 344.6 is apparently corrupt). Esp. live-stock, cattle: airneis monaidh nó machrach, ionann san & eallach, caoraigheachd, spré, Kirk (= Arch. iii 146 ). aeguridhedh[a] ac timain eallaig, Maund. 157 . cētbainne cach eallaig da mbia acu 215 . doghebhair annsin hé [sc. an damh] ┐ ellach ele maille rís BNnÉ 122.9 . ní rangas a les eallach d'ionnraithne ná doras do dhruid there was no need to number the cattle FM v 1686.13 . marbaidh daine ┐ ellach ITS xiv 152.11 . ar a nellaigibh ┐ ar a ndaoinibh FM iv 718 w . TD 23.21 . ionnas go mbiadh suaimhnes...ag na heallaighibh...tar éis a saothair, O'Hussey, T.C. 159.16 . an teallach ar mhíle cnoc, Ps. l 10 . i mbuar i mbótháinte i n-eallachaibh, Maguires of F. 9 .

ellachte

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io-iā (part. of in-loing) joined, united: n p. adib ellachti hi Crist Wb 19c18 . 21c5 . 16 , 17 . 22a24 .

? ellad

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n a gift: `ealladh' aisgidh, Metr. Gl. D 42 (ealladh no eallamh v.l.). Cf. 2 ellam.

? ellaid

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v diverges, strays: impf. subj. s. 3 dia n-ellad [for: dia ndellad?]...on fhuigell fhíren PH 4139 . perf. s. 3 saithemail breth rombirt tall | ar bannscáil n-ann ó ro ell when she went astray [ John viii 7 ] ZCP x 47.3 . Probably Mid. Ir. forms from do-ella. Cf. uball .i. Eba-eill .i. iarsindi ro ellustar Eba fair isind imarbus, Corm. Y 1272 .

1 ellam, ullam, ollam

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adj I

quick, prompt, speedy; soon, readily: combad ellam no comallaitis aní asrochoilset that they should speedily perform (gl. ut maturent exsolvere) Ml 95c2 . longphort do gabáil dóib co hellom ┐ co héscaid TBC 431 . cid ellom condranic cách, luathium conarnic F. 1034 (ullamh St). TBC² 1402 . ba torrach ather[r]och ellam IT i 139.15 . dufochtrastar ellam awoke promptly RC xi 450.1 . táncatár...co hellam ond insi LU 24b10 = RC ix 486.5 . co tisedh co hellam ...docom in catha, CCath. 3296 . tiagaidh uaim go hullamh BNnÉ 218.3 . bás go hullamh d'ḟagháil TD 30.11 . nib ellam mo lecht IT iii.1 53.18 . do- beir proinn go hullamh deg-thapaidh doibh, Fl. Earls 90.11 . atá an spioraid ollamh, ┐ an cholann éiglidhe = promptus TSh. 10159 . at[h]cha ellma RC xxvi 44 § 230 . As attrib.: aisgidh ollamh ready gift TD 25.6 . Compar.: brōnaigh Conailli indiu... | ni ba ellmhu bias gen | i nAird iar nD. not readier shall be the smile AU 687 . rob iat...ba hellma ┐ ba hescaidi aigned d'iarraid na himresna MR 216.23 . Míchéal... dom anmuin is é as ullmha readiest Dán Dé xxviii 4 . do brisedh eachlusc uirri | bar n-eachradh ní hullmaide IGT, Decl. ex. 554 .

adj II

(a) ready, prepared, finished: cor bo éim ┐ cor bo ellam MU 8.32 = LL 262b46 . Cf. ellam cach n-airceand .i. cach ni is ellam (.i. is derb) do denum duit ot laim is ellam ort a chin, O'C. Law Transcr. 216 (< H 3.18, 112b ). ro aithin dóibh DC long...do denum occo comdis ellma (v.l. elma) inmara iat fó athgin in erruigh ar chinn, CCath. 169.3269 . Leb. Gab. i 222.19 . combtar ellmha a lóinte till their supplies were ready Hugh Roe² 47 z (f. 26a) . o robtar fuirithe eallmha na Gaill, Hugh Roe, 164.24 (f. 44a) . a mbeith ullamh aicce dochum Uí C. d'aithrioghadh `he had them in readiness' FM iii 546.13 . ní foláir don uile dhuine bheith ollamh roimhe, ó atá an bás dearbh, TSh. 131 . don tí atá ollamh ar dhéanamh breitheamhnais = qui paratus est judicare 808 . ollamh ar a chionn pre- pared for it (sc. death) 1543 . ón druing...bhíos ollamh ré fagháil fulachta = ...praeparatis ad escam 7995 . Hence convenient, suitable: ní ba ellam urusa Muir trom-adbul Torrianda do bar n-ǽs athgǽti LL 238b31 = TTr. 1621 .

(b) finished, complete: in uair rob ullamh an ecclas ready i.e. consecrated RC xxv 398.17 . adhbar righ no rí ullamh heir apparent or actual king BNnÉ 262.30 . ar mbeith ollamh n-ealadhan perfected in his art TD 3.9 . sol ticfadh ēnghloine amháin ullamh este before one glass could come out of it (a glazier's furnace) completed Fl. Earls 70. 10 . derlaic onóir do cloinn na hE., go mba heallomh a n- oirrdercas perfect (?) Leb. Gab. i 130 n. 7 .

(c) ready (for) in the sense of predisposed (to), in- clined (to): is ullum iatsein cum idhroipisi YBL 351a36 . teagaim sin a lucht na lubra ┐ isin lucht bis ullam cuice 23 P 10³, 21a8 . gurub iad daine is ullma cum flux fola 22b6 . Cf. ellam .i. a laim esti, Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, 184 ( H. 3. 18, 70.1 ). ellam .i. illaim .i. ni for dail 210 ( H. 3. 18, 81.2 ). ellam .i. al-laim ┐ ni for dail, O'Mulc. 379 . Corm. Y 540 . Cf. 2 ellam.

As subst.: a ṡaor-ollamh bláth `thou noble, alert, smooth weapon' TD 33.18 . Cf. raticfa ra mod n-ellaim | meni choisc do droch-thengaid `that will reach thee readily' RC xiv 424.26 = LL 111a27 .