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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Forms: eungradus

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.

engraic

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Forms: engraic, n-engraicc, ængreicc

n place, stead, function (= L. vicis): a s. gaibit inna pronomina aittrebthacha engraic anmae dílis ind aitrebthado take the place of the proper name of the possessor Sg 200b10 . gaibit engraic anmmae dílis (gl. propriorum loco fungi videntur) 204a7 . d s. i n-engraicc anmmae aitherrechtaigthi (gl. loco patronomicorum) 30b16 . hon engraic uil[c] taræsi ind uilc (gl. a vicissitudine malorum) Ml 38c19 . ængreicc (`a gloss on the adverb "vix" which the scribe has mistaken for...nom. of vicem, vice,' Stokes) KZ xxxi 247.31 .

engraicigidir

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v g (engraic) takes the place of: intan asṁbiur-sa `meus' engraicigidir insin mo ainm díles `that takes the place of my proper name' Sg 200b10 . engraccig- idir cechtar n-ai alaill each of them takes the place of the other 193b5 . tresa n-ainm n-engracigedar that it takes the place of 197b2 . huare n-engraicigetar pronomina anman because pronouns take the place of nouns 200b5 . ité noda engraicigetar that take their place 198b8 .

? engrais

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Forms: eangrais, eanglais

n eangrais, eanglais `an instrument, machine, engine ' P.O'C. Cf. englas, last cit.

engress

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n rosaiged in fer sin a n-engresa fri cricha echtranna RC xxiv 186.5 < YBL col. 902 = BB 264b50 . Cf. enechgreiss.

engrige

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n a blind nut: engrige .i. cnu caech ar ni torba do neoch nodo teinn. imtha samlaid do neoch naisces ni for nech nad bi lais, O'C. 854 < H 3.18, 387a , cf. Laws iv 36.4 .