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 .

? éngrip

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n forfess Fer Falgae .i. Fer Mano, iss isidi foilsigti do Oultaib a hEmuin Machae dia tubart (ndubart v.l.) ind heúngrip (éngrib, engraibh v.l.) in scoith milidę doib ZCP viii 564.5 = Zu Ir. Handschr. u. Litt. i 56 . Perh.: én grip swift bird , though in that case in t-én would be regular; the text is very archaic and obscure, however. See Ir. Held. p. 430 .

enguba

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ind enguba essa ra hail | fuaim crotti Brain... | caísecha Duib Dithruib déin | fodordán Céin... LL 298a28 = SG 366.25 .

énirt, énairt, inirt

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Forms: ænirt, énairt, inirt, inirtsi

adj i (nert) without strength, weak: ænirt á corp úile (gl. infirmi) Wb 11d10 . énirt a cocubussom 10c3 . ba hénirt ar cumang weak was our power Fél. Ep. 9 . ní tabarthi dímess for nach n-énirt any feeble person Wb 6c19 . don bráthir ǽnirt 10c2 . énairt (gl. eneruus) Sg 221b2 . ciarb énairt nírb amlabur, Met. Dinds iv 150.2 . rochualai...in labra n-enert n-atruag, Aen. 74 . ba hudmall enirt an dercoth sin unsteady and feeble was that gaze Aisl. Tund. 95.22 ( = doba lag luath 122.25 ). ní hénairt immar doringned | ruc héraic a ingen ass not weakly was it done LL 296a15 . fri biathad anbfann ┐ enert the infirm and weak BNnÉ 207.23 : 273.26 . énirt cach n-écond, Arch. iii 228.85 . With abstr. sense: esbaidh cach enirt absence of every weakness TBC 5506 St. With co: ro tuit co héneirt ar lár YBL 316a4 = RC xxiii 412.12 . ro céimnigh...co henirt inn, Aisl. Tund. 94.7 . co hanband enirt, TTebe 3394 . 2398 . Compar.: ce ruptar enartu though they were weaker Ml 49a17 . inirt: issim inirtsi , Do chuphur 224 ( IT iii 242 ).