énamar

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x see 1 én, compds.

énamlacht

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n (énamail) flightiness: is céim macaimh ...a olbdacht ┐ a énamhlacht rofhagbais t'inad imlaidi `the suddenness and speed with which thou hast abandoned thy post of combat' MR 302.8 .

énán

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Forms: enain

n o, m. (1 én) a little bird: ro chachain in t-enan dona nemdaib, Fél. June 23 n. Fig.: in t-enán dil dein | la Ciaran i Cluain (on a king's death), Lec. 620 a7 = FM 733 . Cf. pis enain a plant-name Arch. i 333.9 ; 336.104 . tenga enain 'greater stitchwort' Rosa Angl. 142.8 , Irish Wild Plants 259 . Cf. tengae II.

enbarr

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n froth, foam: enbarr...úan bís forsin usque, inde dicitur gilithir enbarr. Enbarr didiu uan tuinde, Corm. Y 530 .

enblaith?

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ind fuil fer find...issin charput sin...enblaith (.i. lon gaile) etarluamnach uasa erra oenchairpait LL 120 a44 . Cf. anblúth (v.l. aṅbláth LU) n-én n-etegnáith uása creit charpait FB 45 . anbluth 47 .

enbroth

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Forms: enbret

n gruel (?): enbroth .i. en usce ┐ broth arbor, brot [brauð] autem nortmanica est lingua , Corm. Y 523 = enbret LB. See Marstrander, Bidrag 156 . Cf. follg.

enbruithe, enbraithe

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n io, m. (earlier n.? e.¤ n-úrṡaille LL 250b21 ) broth: enbruithe .i. usce bruithe (.i. feola), Corm. Y 525 . feóil ┐ enbruthe FB 9 . tarb do marbad ┐ óenfer do cathim a sātha dia [ḟ]eóil ┐ da enbruthi SC 23 . no ibead a enbruithi BDD 11 . do lind ┐ do lommum, di enbruthiu ┐ de iasc LL 167 a25 . indtí nad caithe feóil...conaralúsa [= conarrolúsom?] a henbraithe, Mon. Tall. § 49 . dentar fothracud lib don fir so....i. enbraithi urṡailli ┐ carna samaisce do imarcain... ZCP iv 41.12 = enbruithe n-úrṡaille LL 250 b21 (TBFr.). enbruithi na pisi peasoup Reg. San. c. xxiv . Later an~: do berbhtha immat reithe...┐ doberthe in fheoil dona déibh ┐ no doirtte in t-anbruithi forsin talmain, Marco P. 52 .

enchache

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n (1 engach?) scurrilous jesting: gl. scurri- litas Wb 22b18 . Cf. engaige.

enche

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x see ennach.

énchendach

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n f. bird-covering, feather mantle: én cheannaigh .i. cochall én, O'Cl. facaib [in t-én] a enchendaich for lar in tigi BDD 7 . fofacbad na heoin a n-enchendcha (i.e. they assume human form) 13 . In the above exx. the original meaning may have been something like bird-cap , perhaps a mask worn in totemistic ceremonies; in the following exx. the meaning seems transferred, wings, feathers; a winged thing: dorighni-sium dá éncheanaigh dona heitibh sin .i. dó féin ┐ dia mac ┐ roeloidhetar isna hénchennachaib sin tar muir Torrian (of Daedalus and Icarus) ZCP iv 240.15 . rogab [Mercuir] a enceandaigh uime...┐ gabaid a luirg n-encheandaighi ina laim (i.e. the talaria and caduceus), Aen. 766 - 7 . rogob [Mercuir] a oencheandaich [sic] luim luaimnig imi re hetegail os talmain do, TTebe 586 . encennach Mercúir, cumma imthéit muir ┐ tír LL 220 b26 = TTr. 258 .

? énde

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v (imperat.) beware: ende .i. fomnae no bidh do menmae, Corm. Y 567 = emdae, eimde O'Mulc. 481 . Cf. einne a maic... .i. foimdin no ḟritheoil (gl. én a maic) RC xxii 418 . Cf. enaid.