2 eltach

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adj o-ā (2 elta) having hilt guards: ra gabastar a chlaideb nglasseltach bar a chliu TBC 4603 . claidib eltacha LL 219 a43 = TTr. 166 .

eltaide

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adj pale, wan (apparently a form of etlaide, q.v.): ealtaidhe .i. bán, aghaidh ghlasbán ealtaidhe .i. aghaidh bán, etc. O'Cl. Cf. teist dober Cū Arad ort | tu labor olcc eltaide edranach IT iii 104 § 202 .

eltanach

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adj o-ā (1 elta) having flocks, bird-haunted , go Caol ealtanach Árann the flock-strewn sound of Aran TD 17 § 14 .

elte

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adj (see RC xl 371 ) luke-warm, tepid: curtar braen ellte isin cluais de (of a healing fluid), O'Gr. Cat. 191.8 . See eltes,—aide,—aigidir.

eltemlacht

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x see eltesaidecht.

elteóc

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Forms: eilteog, ellteóg

n f. (elit) a little fawn or doe ; eilteog a small hind, a young doe; any flighty fearful wild little creature P. O'C. v s. a ellteóg, a luirgnechóg, Buile S. 68.17 .

eltes

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n m. tepidity: cf. aithrige co n-eltessaib, Ériu i 200 § 23 .

eltesaide

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adj tepid, sluggish: badar munter Poimp co enirt elltesaidhi for tūs `feeble and tepid' CCath. 2456 . See next.

eltesaidecht

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n tepidity: elteasaidheachd .i. buga no eillteamhlachd; la helteasaidheachd na haimsire, O'Cl. , probably citing: le helltesaidhi (v.l.—aidecht) na haimsire, CCath. 2340 .

eltesaigidir

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Forms: eltesaigedar

v g makes warm or lukewarm: pres. s. 3 rel. nad eltesaigedar (gl. neque...tepefacit) MI 94 b21 (the emendation in Thes. is shown by eltes, etc. to be un- necessary).

éltód

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x see étlód.