ellmaigid

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v g (1 ellam)

(a) pre- pares, makes ready: co n-ullmaigend...inad do dhiabul is preparing a place for PH 7742 . inní d[o] uill- mechad inad don diabul 7748 . mo théachdaire...oillmh- éochus do shlighe ad tḟiadhnuisi, Luke vii 27 . cia gá mbeid na neithe do ollmhuighis = quae parasti cuius erunt TSh. 540 ( Luke xii 20 ). san chroich ro ollmhuigh ré M. do chrochadh 5920 . Fl. Earls 112.15 . anuair d' ullmhaigh sé na flaithis, Prov. viii 27 . Esp. of preparing food: marb-su mendan... ┐ ullmaig ┐ tabair do BB 236b2 ( Gen. xxvii 9 ). ro hellamaigit al-lonti leosum their pro- visions were made ready CRR 8 = LL 172a40 . do ull- maiges an t-iascc ┐ do chaithes he BNnÉ 69.37 . do ullmhuigh mé mo dhínnér, Matt. xxii 4 . Gen. xliii 16 .

(b) contrives, brings about: adubairt co n-ullmhōchadh a bhās would contrive his death ZCP xiii 183.11 .

(c) of an emotion is seized with, inspired by (?): (of Rosamond, compelled by the King of the Lombards to drink from her father's skull:) do ullmhaig in rigan in tan sin fuath mor don righ conceived a great hatred for the king ZCP xiii 183.6 .

? ellm(a)igid(ir)

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v (2 ellam) pays (for a bride) (?): na ellmiter 'in order that they be not endowed' Peritia ix 108 § 5 .

ellmugud

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u, m. (vn. of ellmaigid) preparing, making ready, constructing: ig ellmugud al-long ┐ aca mbreith for fairrigi, Aen. 851 . d' éis na háirce d'ullmhachadh TD 7.39 . crocán ar deil aige dá ollmhugh- adh shaping a vessel on the lathe TSh. 315 . ceithri colamain...ar n-a n-ullmhughadh do bras made of brass Fl. Earls 198.31 . Esp. of preparing or dressing food: (teine) fria hollmachadh bidh BNnÉ 111.2 .

Of saving crops: co ttairnic la lucht na criche a n-arbh- anna d'ullmhughadh FM vi 2214.4 = d'erthioradh & do thiorghoradh, Hugh Roe, 254.14 (f. 67 b) .

Of preparation for death: is é ollmhughadh is fearr dhó do dhéanamh air féin..., TSh. 133 . ullmucchadh báis gach aen lá...aicce agá dhénamh air féin `daily preparing himself for death' FM v 1728.3 .

ullmhughadh an chroidhe: the preparation of the heart Prov. xvi 1 .

In concrete sense provisions, materials: dochuirettar daethain dā long aile da gach cinél ullmaighthi ar chena i lluing Brenainn `equipment of every kind' BNnÉ 52.28 .

ellte, elltes

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x etc.: see elte, etc.

elmnas ?

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ind ZCP xiv 178 n. n. 2 .

elne

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elne o iallaib [iabaib MS] ēn. ubi morantes (vel gnantes .i. geissi) morantur , O'Mulc. 383 . This is evi- dently the n.l. Eilne, Eille (see Onom. ) a formation similar to Conaille (see Popl. Groups § 39 ).

élód

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x see élúd.

elpait, elpoid

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n a phantom, apparition, hobgoblin (?): conacatar elpoid uathmor æn-noé RC xiii 222.1 . elpait uathmar éndaine, MS. Mat. 473.4 .

elscoth, elscud

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n u, m. (< en-loscud, KM, Wortk. 137 ) intense heat, scorching:

(a) lit. elscoth inna greine, Rawl. 80b50 . robharta... ┐ eallscoth aintiormaigh i samhradh ...coná fríth edh aonuaire...do fhleochadh ó Bealtaine co Lughnasadh FM v 1680.8 . la helscoth ┐ la tes na síne samhrata, Hugh Roe, 234.25 (f. 62 b) . eallscadh .i. bruth- mhaireachd no mire theasaidheachta, O'Cl.

(b) a glowing: gemma... ┐ cenél logmar cona elscud ┐ ruidiud tened leo, Alex. 591 .

(c) transf. ardent desire, longing: amal nech bis i n-ælscud ┐ i ngalar mór tri buith i ndomataid Ml 56 b26 . nosgeib ellsgodh itad moire burning thirst RC ix 18.10 . Snedgus u. MacR. § 4 . isin allscoth ítan a raibe, Ériu viii 50.14 . Of concupiscence: ni thechtfat cuirp na esergi intib elscoth no accobor LU 35 b40 . Fél. 40.25 (Jan. 2) . Fervour: im elscud déaircci, Trip. 62.9 . im ellscoth deserce, Anecd. ii 19.13 . BNnÉ 42.36 .

elscothach

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adj o-ā (elscoth) full of longing, eager, greedy: cú goirt elscothach (= canis avidus), Todd Lect. v 69.2 = ellscothach, Lism. L. 1252 . sad elscothach allaid YBL 208 a49 .

elscothachad

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Forms: elscothachtha

n u, m. (elscothach): passion, longing: gen. gresacht diumais... ┐ elscothachtha , Anecd. v 3.18 = Alex. 871 . Cf. in tan genes nech óa thustidib collaide tria oelscuchad chollaide LB 257 b65 .