englonn

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n danger: eanglonn `gábhadh,' Met. Gl., Ff. 25 (easglann v.l.).

? engnach

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adj intelligent : fear eagnamhuil (e.¤ ecnaid, v.l.) comor, RC xxxiv 308.3 .

engnae, ingnae

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Forms: ingnae, engne, ingnu, ingnai

io (vn. of in-gnin. cf. Asc. cccclxxvii , Ped. ii 547 ) understanding, comprehending; faculty of comprehension; mental capacity: n s. amal rombói ingnae cáich (gl. quorum capacitate dictorum suorum modum voluit exæquare) Ml 26b8 . nicon ruaccobrus ní bed uilliu indaas rondbói m'ingnae (gl. numquam ea quae mediocritatis meæ modulum excederent concupiui) 136b7 . is uilliu t'ingnae indaas m'ingnae-se 140b3 . a s. buid cen engne et cen fírinni Wb 2a18 . d s. caraim-se fos... | oc mo lebran leir ingnu , Thes. ii 293.16 . asgen-su innahi ata fudumnu huam ingnu-sa (gl. cognitione mea profundiora) Ml 140b3 . is tri chaingnímu rosegar ┐ arosailcther ind hires foirbthe do engnu `that perfect faith is attained and opened up to the understanding' 14c19 . 14d7 . isat gliccu-sa ┐ isat áithe o engnu ┐ o thucsin PH 4136 . g s. ingnai (gl. cognoscendi) Ml 89b8 . is bées donaib dagforcitlidib molad ingni inna n-étside to praise the understanding of the hearers Wb 11b6 .

engnacht

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n (engnae) understanding: rofinnadh triana engnacht (ægnuidhecht, memgnacht, v.ll.), .i. tría dheicsin, ghné ind neime 'he used to find out through his understanding of, i.e. through his observation of, the appearance of the sky' Cóir A.2 ii § 160 .

engnaige

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n f. intelligence: ara n-engnaigi ┐ ar febais a n-eolais, Ériu xxxv 104.56 (v.l.) .

engnam

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n u, o, m. IGT, Decl. § 28 .

(a) skill, dexterity , eangnamh .i. gliocas, O'Cl. : Iuchdan cerd... | is dia engnom og aibind | roberbad ōr i nErinn, Lec. 564b44 = BB 37b6 .

Esp. (b) skill at arms, valour, prowess (here probably: dorochair a graif a brut Patraic oc erlad in nítho ┐ in eggnamo frisin n-ídal, Trip. 92.8 ): S. co n-engnom ḟuilech, Met. Dinds. iii 460.9 . buaid n-eṅgnama the gift of prowess, prosperity in arms TBC 1090.1133 . matá th'engnum mara mar atá t'engnum tíre, Ériu i 124.20 . do chomartha a gascid ┐ a eṅgnama TBC 2741.3023 . in cach ceird gaiscid ┐ engnoma RC xxiv 176.17 . ni raibe do dóinib domain ceped febas a n-engnama...lucht conístáis ermaisi Hectoir, TTr.² 1098 . maccaom arái n-aisi...cathmilid arai n-engnama 1589 . 834 . TTebe 2512 . SG 65.6 . degthóisech engnama (i.e. Hector) TTr.² 1207 . lucht gaisccid nó engnama, CCath. 5078 . rugsad...as é ar neart a n-eangnamha ML 20.10 . in gille óg can engnam, Polinices, TTebe 3884 . comtis chrithnaigthi comlaind ┐ comtis ailsedaig engnuma slack in wielding their arms 3134 . in ecen engnoma i roibi I., 3438 . An exploit, valorous deed, warlike action: is emilt engnam cach fir fo leith dib d'innisin TBC 2141 . Lug...doringni in n-engnam ndana LL 27b39 . cia heṅgnam dorignis riam?...deig-eṅgnam (of David's exploit against the lion, 1 Sam. xvii 35 ) YBL 121b15 = ZCP xiii 176.19 . med ┐ danadus in engnuma doronsat friu, Aen. 2428 . is decair damsa deg-engnum...trena anfaindi atám YBL 317a10 = RC xxiii 418.28 . nírba tualaing ursclaidi na hengnoma iad, TTebe 1969 . ní cuirthe i ndán go ndearnadh | eangnamh ná dál nach dingneadh, G.B. Mac Con Midhe, Ir. Monthly 1924, 589 § 34 . bail na rochumaingset engnamh nó eisiomol do ghniomh i n-aghaidh a namhat (a place of imprisonment), Hugh Roe² 5.5 (f. 2b) .

In later texts freq. associated with enech, with contamination of meaning, cf. eangnamh .i. eineach, O'Cl. , and see Gadelica i 297 n. : a einech ┐ a eangnum MR 114z . imcongbail...enig ┐ engnuma na hErenn 148.21 . FM vi 2164.4 . Cog. 166.9 ; 56.25 . rofáccbhadh...eineach ┐ eangnamh insi Gaoidheal isin iomairecc sin (of Kinsale) FM vi 2288.16 . i bhfolamh gacha haisce...dá dtiubhraidh uaidh a los oinigh et eangnamha, Ó Bruad. i 108.4 . ar gradh h'einigh ┐ h'edhnamha ZCP vi 104.20 .

engnamach

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adj o-ā (engnam), dexterous or proficient in arms; n a champion: an t-airsid engnamach, TTebe 4085 . Aitis oc engnomach do Thiabandaib 3200 .

engnamaid

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n i (engnam), one proficient in arms; an active warrior: nirbo engnamaid, acht a airisium inna ṡuidi namma (of Conchobar mac Nessa after the wound which led to his death), Death-tales 8.11 .

engracugud

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Forms: engraicichthe

u, m. (vn. of engraicigidir) taking the place of: engracogud anme dílis (gl. pro nomine proprio...accipitur) Sg 197a1 . Cf. oc engracud ón .i. co mbít tar æsi (gl. grandis vis est in pronominibus) Ml 114a4 . gen. gein engraicichthe `the origin of taking place' Sg 198b8 .

engracus

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n u, m. (engraic) place, stead, function: a s. a pronomen gaibes engracus ṅ-articuil which takes the place of an article Sg 61a5 . is .u. gaibes engracus it is u that takes its place 12a4 . cia haenfocul...gebes ingrecus .i. greim na ceithre n-ernaili du remendaib will take the place i.e. the function of the four parts of declensions Auraic. 1722 = eungradus 4912 (YBL).

engraib

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see angraib.