? eltrae

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n is ed fotera galar ┐ angcessa forsna clanna. eter eltrai ┐ milliuda olchena, cen baithus..., Ériu i 218.21 . ar thruime meanman ar crūas ar romhaithe ar tlaitheltraib gaibthi guth ┐ aicned, ZCP vi 258.6 . Cf. eiltre, elltrae ZCP xix 157n . See also deiltre.

élúd

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Forms: -úid, eloidthe, elaide, elaigthe, helud, élud, elud, élud, héluda, eluidh, élaidh, eluuth

n u, m. g s. also -úid, etc. in Mid. Ir.; g s. eloidthe, elaide Laws i 88.6 , iii 324 y are possibly for elaigthe, as if belonging to élugud, which is a dubious form. (vn. of as-lui) going out, departing, escaping, escape, elope- ment, evasion, migration, secret or stealthy departure: ind helud [rectius int é.¤ ] (gl. evasio) Ml 86 b11 . inn élud (gl. descensionem (a te factam)) 92b4 . hon elud 44b5 . ho élud 44d30 . airde n-éelutha máma `a sign of evading the (marriage) bond' Wb 11c11 . héluda (gl. euadendi) MI 86 c1 . is mebul elud rig na firinne ┐ chairte fri demun `to shun the King of righteousness' Acr 17v1 ( Thes. ii 7.34 ). rogab flaithius elud uan the sovranty has departed from us Rawl. 142 a36 . is é bás na hanma, a herchra ┐ a hélúd tria phecdaib...ón bethaid forordai LU 36 b23 = RC xxv 250.3 . Loch Suidhe O....do eludh a nderedh aidche ḟeile Micheil co ndechaid isin Fabaill AU 1054 (= FM ib. ). BB 256 b34 . a n-élúgh uile uainn (: gēr-rūn) their departure from us (i.e. their death), Rel. Celt. ii 236z . fleeing, escap- ing (from captivity or peril): roboí in fer aile oc élúd ass LU 98a28 (= BDD 157 ). immaricfa elúd dó 87b34 = BDD 77 . dollotar for élud (from slavery) LL 6b20 . dia luid...for élúd for imgabail 159b38 = SG ii 481.8 . rop ecail la hIúdas Ísu do elód...al-lamaib oesa na hergabala PH 3091 . Iósep do élód as in carcair 3713 . na geimhligh uile dh'élúdh IGT, Decl. ex. 305 . tarmcruthugud Slebi Taboir .i. elod ro ela Isu a fiadnaise a aspal LB 145a38 . gan conair eluda acco `no way of escape' CCath. 2481 . 2300 . Aen. 2127 . conair eluidh 2051 . ni fuil aco treoir n-eloid for fairgi 2043 . cidh iat na forchoimhedaighe ní ro ráthaighset an t-éludh FM vi 1898.13 . Stealthy de- parture, elopement: echlach ras ruc i n-aithed ┐ i n-élúd uaitsiu tri lár catha fer nHerend CRR 7 . Helind do breith...ar athed ┐ ar elód TTr.² 523.573 . Keat. ii 2967 . eludh do feraib Breg cuice `the men of B. went secretly to him' (i.e. went over to the invader) AU 821 . attagur-sa élud inna hingine ucut la Froéch LL 249b41 = ZCP iv 38.18 . a ghrádh...éalódh leat is é mo dhúil, Oss. vi 94.12 . elúd ram' duain-se doringne in fer dána, ┐ recfaid hí LL 306 a36 = RC xiii 104.2 . dochum elóid ar a cul go crich mB. as in mbáogal sin, Celt. Rev. iv 206.5 ....ag triall tré ealódh oidhche d'ḟios a long used to steal away to their ships by night Keat. iii 2860 . téid i n-éalódh oidhche...go doire choille ii 4693 . gen. as attrib.: tré dhoirsibh élaidh an bhaile FM vi 1956.6 .

As legal term, evasion of rightful claims; default, neglect to comply with legal customs or duties, failure to submit a claim to legal decision ( Laws vi 302 ); usual term for failure on part of the céle, or vassal, to pay his legal dues, etc. (with gen. of person or liability) ( ZCP xiv 343 § 5 ): indligidh don bidbaidh a elod-sum im dlighedh `it is unlawful for the defendant not to have offered him what the law requires' Laws i 114.21 Comm. toichníud iar n-élaud aige dia folaid `after part of his supplies has been withheld' iv 336.2 . (at the games of Carmun:) ní lamar la graifne in gáid | élud, aithne, athgabáil, Met. Dinds. iii 18.224 . óenach...cen élúd, cen ergabáil, iv 150.60 . fiach eloidthe `fine for evading' Laws i 88.6 Comm. eiric elaide iii 324 y Comm. With léicid: da leicther a n-elodh if they [the claimants] are evaded i 88.6 Comm. nochin fuil ní uadha acht aithgin in bīdh...noco leigi fein elodh ┐ o leicfes elodh is .u. seoit, etc. he is only liable for restoration of the food until [i.e. unless] he evades [restoring] and when he evades it is five seds, etc. Cóic Conara p. 54 § 123 . indligedh don biudbudh a eludh sun do lécun im dligedh to evade him as to law Laws i 88.23 Comm. 86 z (lecudh) 86 z Comm. slan elo do lecan v 178.21 , 25 , 27 Comm. iar lecon elothe after absconding 442.10 Comm. mac huar, as isidhe bis ina hocht i ngnæ helotha athar co n-oponar a lepaith ┐ a apuith in the status of a deserter from the father (one of the three kinds of mac beo-athar, a class whose contracts are invalid unless joined in by their fathers) ZCP xiii 23.12 . See Die Bürgsch. p. 11 . Cf. eluuth graece a verbo elbo (ἐλύω) .i. dessero , O'Mulc. 377 .

élúdach

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Forms: -úidech, -úthach, -úithech, elodach

adj also -úidech , etc. or -úthach , -úithech , etc. o-ā (élúd) the quantity of the second vowel is seldom certain, probably there was also a form with neutral second vowel. Cf. élaigthech.

I Transi- tory, passing, impermanent: ro bad elothach...a maith isin bith, muna tisdais, etc., Laws iii 2.5 = elodach i 50.6 . na ba rigi eluithech dosom a rigi that his sovranty might not be a fleeting one Rawl. 74 a30 . garb duaig tossach a ḟlatha...utinall eloithech a dered ZCP xi 87 § 48 . flaith congbála co sluagaib dianechtair, gnath flaith lobur elai- thech do suidiu a princedom maintained by foreign troops is commonly weak and of frail tenure 86 § 45 .

n II

(a) a fugitive, one who escapes (from battle, hunt or pestilence); a survivor: i n-iarmoracht na n-elutach (i.e. the Israelites fleeing from Pharaoh) BB 240 b36 . ni bía éludach esti nó óen di éis oirgni RC xiv 418.13 . fer bethad no éluthach argni dina curadaib...nin érlá LL 224b47 = TTr. 562 . co nach terna eluthach no ḟer bethad dib BB 240b39 . LB 128 a6 . gan elodach innisin scel dib, CCath. 3192 . ro marbhsat...a mhuintir uile...co na terno éloitheach ...diob, Mart. Don. Feb. 10 . FM v 1696.3 . bidat úatti accaintecha bar n-éluthaig LL 238b28 = TTr. 1619 . mor ngol ...dorónsat a n-élothaig Pers, Alex. 391 . gé nách gnáth ár gan élóidhtheach FM v 1776.14 . Of animals, game: rosgonsat conna batar élódaig díb ( deer ) TBC 543 . ní dhechaidh éloidech beo as don tseilg, Acall. 917 . Freq. é.¤ bethad, é. i mbethaid one who escapes alive, a survivor: ni terna eludach bethadh...dip, CCath. 2846 . nir leigis eladach bethad orum dibh gan marbadh ZCP vi 105.3 . a bhḟuil aigi do chrudh ┐ do mhuinntir gan élaithech a mbethaidh amárach dhíbh, Acall. 517 . tedhm do teccbháil i ccrích Chonnacht...gur folmaigheadh mór mbailte dhi gan elaidhthech betha dfágbháil ionnta FM iii 236.5 (cf. élaigthech).

(b) in legal sense an absconder, evader, fugitive (from law or legal obligations): céine...beta tuinidig ┐ nad mbat elathaig as long as they are in residence and are not evad- ing Cáin Ad. 49 . aire do-eim elodhach rechta an ab- sconder from law Laws v 174.17 . tech i mbiat elothaig cana no rechta (one of the houses for whose destruction no compensation is exacted) 160.4 . nech nad gella di troscud is eluthach na n-uile (.i. is eludach na n-uile dlighedh no na n-uile toichedha) i 112.16 ( 114.17 ) = ZCP xv 261 § 2 . 272. 27 . neach biathus elodhuch who entertains a fugitive Laws iii 60.1 . (with cognate verb:) athgabail eloduig aslui ar a fine v 260.18 . .uii. n-eludaig dochuisin la Feine na dim nemed...; bech docoislet ┐ taid cu foindil ┐ eolodaig [= elodach v 318.14 ] fine... seven fugitives...whom sanctuary...does not protect; migrat- ing bees, wandering thieves and absconders from the kindred iv 184.13 = secht n-elaidthi v 318.12 . aire ditnes elogchu v 174.26 Comm.

élugud

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Forms: elaighthi

n u, m. fleeing, escaping: gen. conair elaighthi ZCP vi 43.5 . See élúd.

em, eb

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Forms: eimhe, emh, eabh, eimhe

n f., perhaps originally neut., g s. ina (v.l. ind Bodl., ann Harl.) eimhe, Corm. Y 883 . emh eabh (g s. eimhe, etc.), f. IGT, Decl. § 39 . haft, handle: scían la C....imdenam de ór...ima heimh...Rogab in t-oirci cocnam ind eme, Bodl. Corm. s. Mug eme = Corm. Y 883 . mo scian cona heim do líg loghmair, Acall. 3933 . garbh ṡáithe ┐ mín mheile | sgín eibhe bláithe buidhe a blade of [i.e. with] a smooth yellow haft IGT, Decl. ex. 1119 . eabh in oighe, ex. 1097 . no gur chaith a eibh, ex. 1098 . comfat eim na sceine do saill, Laws i 132.20 Comm. Cf. coimhṡleamhain re héimh (leg. eirr?) easguinne as slippery as an eel's tail RC xxix 118.17 .

Emain

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Forms: Emain, hEmain, hEmuin, nEmain, Emain, Emna, Emna, Emnó

i, n.l., f.

I Navan Fort, near Armagh: nom. ceth leth ata Emain TBC² 376 . Emuin Machæ LL 126a16 . acc. fri hEmain anair TBC² 429 . tanic co hEmain IT i 216.8 . dat. a hEmuin IT i 144.19 . i nEmain Macha 136.2 . o Emain Macha TBC² 1829 . gen. os Emna oenuch AU 902 . borg Emna , Fél. Prol. 193 . i coiced Emnó (: bó) CRR 4 . for dóe na rrátha .i. na Emna IT i 72.4 . for dou na hEmna 76.2 (v.l. for tua na hEmnai, for tua ina hEmna).

II the name of an elfin fort, or region: cróib dind abaill a hEmain (.i. Emne(a) nomen regionis), Im. Brain 3 . Eamhain mheic Lir mheic Mhidhir 23 H 8, 59a . Freq. E. Ablach: Eamhain Abhlach 23 H 8, 59a . is e in M. sin robai a nAraind, ┐ as fria side adberar Eamain Ablach RC xxiv 274 § 7 . dún in Eamhno Abhlaighe (sic leg.) like Emain of the apple-trees Ériu v 56.72 . Síth Emna, Skene's Celtic Scotland iii 410 = 23 H 8, 59a . ZCP viii 194 . TD ii 215 . Cf. Emne.

emain

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x see 1 emon.

emancholl

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x see emoncholl.

embrecc

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x see ébrice.

émde

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x see as-midethar.

emerantes

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Forms: emorandes

n (< M.E. emeraundes, an unassimilated bor- rowing) emeralds: an cuid úaine d'emerantes, Maund. 194 . d'emorandes 195 .