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 ).

énirte, énarte, inirte

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Forms: enairte, ǽnartae

n , f. (én(a)irt) want of strength, weakness: is cummae mbis ualitudo ęnartae ┐ ualitudo sonartae (i.e. valetudo may be used either of weakness or strength) Ml 61a33 . sonarte ┐ enairte, Ériu ii 108.4 . inergia ( = inertia?) enairte, quia non potest operare , O'Mulc. 413 . huand enartai chotarsnai (gl. aduersa valetudine) Ml 43d10 . (gen.) inna ǽnartae cotarsnae (gl. aduersae valetudinis) 61a31 . is and fortéit spiritus ar n- énirti-ni (gl. adiuvat infirmitatem nostram) Wb 4a27 . enirte aisse no galair the infirmity of old age or sickness PH 4978 . ní raibi énerti na indlobra fair RC x 78.7 . tanic enerti ┐ inlobrae do PH 3271 . ní tainic timmi...no enirti aicenta doib, CCath. 2779 . ni dechaid fainde nó énirte foraib cusindíu, Alex. 198 . ar fainde ┐ enirte a irse PH 5328 . o enerti ittad weakness caused by thirst TTebe 1771 . docotar a n-enerti ┐ i n-anmḟuinne, Expug. Hib. 31 . iar ndol dó i n-eneirte ┐ i n-innlaicce FM vi 1890.1 . enerte mór i Laighnibh don ghníomh sin (viz. the slaying of seventeen chieftains) ii 1064.22 .

inirte: dochóidh an bás sin Mhég Uidhir i n-utmaille menman ┐ i n-inirte aiccnidh d'Ua Neill FM vi 2164.1 .

énirtigid, énartaigid, énirtnigid, inirtnigid

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Forms: non-énartaigtis, rohenirtiged

v g (én(a)irt) weakens, enfeebles: past subj. non-énartaigtis (gl. enervare cupientes) Ml 34d2 . pass. perf. rohenirtiged inti Persaual la himat an anforlaind, D iv 2, 72[62]vb 31 . sloichcedh lá Brian...co hAth Luain, coro heinirtnicchedh lais Ui Néill an Deisceirt ┐ Connachta FM ii 744.20 . bá moa ro ineirtnigheadh Art fris an dian-astar ina Aodh vi 1916.12 .

énirt(n)igud

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n u, m. weakening, enfeebling, growing weak: iarna enertniuchud dona hilpianaib, Aisl. Tund. 106.16 . forerigh Hercuil co ferrda...fris gur gab for a énirtniugud (enirtiuccud v.l.) `began to weaken his opponent' CCath. 2971 . o ro rathaighsium Art occa eneirtiugadh growing feeble Hugh Roe² 10 x (f. 6a) = FM vi 1916.16 .

énlaith

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Forms: n-enlaith, enlathe, enlaith, enlaith, éanlaith, enlaithe, enlaithe, enlaithib, énlaithib, enlethe

n f. (énflaith LU 67a24 ) IGT, Decl. § 13 . a flock of birds, a bird-species; birds in general: n s. adrullui a n-enlaith IT i 144.4 ...bili bethad...forsa said ind énlaith án SR 617 . tri bile dia ngair in énlaith IT i 218.21 . alaind ind enlaith SR 621 . dia foigela enlaith Mag M., TBC² 1043 (énflaith LU). no thathigtís énlaith mág ar Emuin IT i 136.2 . LU 128a3 . do lingsead an éanlaith uaidh, TSh. 3590 . éanlaith bheag 3501 . an uair tangadar an éanlaithe, Gen. xv 11 . g s. ceól enlathe FA 6 (LU). almai énlaithe FB 49 . ag seilg éanlaithe TD 41.10 . a d s. Rii foides enlaith n-en...dar róendes richid SR 1017 . foram for enlaith IT i 143.8 . éistecht re a énlaith n-iomláin, Buile S. 110.2 . na trí heóin | d'éanlaith iongantaigh aineóil TD 15.17 . ar iasgach ┐ ar eunlaith (living) on fish and fowl Keat. i 162.7 . cumas...ar éanlaith an aieóir = volatilibus caeli TSh. 3053 . n p. enlaithe Thire Tairrngire dodechadar [d]o failti fri Patraic, Dinds. 68 . fosndailet na teora enlaithi the bird-flocks divide Ériu ii 128.12 . a p. doringne Dia...enlaithe ind aeoir LL 1a12 . d p. luid C....do forom ar enlaithib RC vi 184.17 . di énlaithib dubuib, Todd Lect. v 32.3 .

Metaph.: enlaith aingel an angelic bird-flock RC xiv 32.10 (cf. en edrocht...Michel immorro is e bhai i richt an eoin i fiadhnusi an Duileman 32.12 ). imáin enlethe IT ii2 138.393 , ZCP vi 60.10 , evidently belongs to leth side, q.v.

? enme

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ind (? leg. demne ZCP xx 484 ): griba dino oc catugud leo enme friu as an aer IT ii2 104.26 = BB 497b8 .

ennac

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Forms: ennach, ennac, enngaib, ennaic, annaic, n-enac, endga, endacc, ennaigh, eannaga, eannag, eannoc, ennac, enngu

adj o-ā (< Lat. innoc(u)us or innoce(n)s, RC v 492 . Asc. , Ped. ) In late texts sometimes ennach.

(a) innocent, sinless, harmless, guiltless: ennac ab innocente , O'Mulc. 399 . eannach .i. glan o pheacadh, O'Cl. dun ennac (gl. innocenti) Ml 41b2 . do maccaib enngaib , Thes. ii 255.10 (St. Missal). nech gonus...macclerech no mac endacc, Cáin Ad. 35 . ind ennaic (gl. innocentes) Ml 46d13 . ind aimser indat sláin ennaic som .i. noidenacht (salui innocentes) 76a6 . cit maicc ennaig, Cáin Ad. 43 . maic annaic 40 . cosmail fri encu (gl. similis innocentibus) Ml 91b7 . for clerchu ┐ banscala ┐ maccu encu, Cáin Ad. 34 . inna n-ennac (gl. innocent[i]um) Ml 59a3 . 100a9 (gl. insont[i]um). inna n-enac 32a13 . ro saerait na maccu endga o bas (a p. for n p.) PH 412 . is dímáin tóimnit a mbeith endga = incassum se innocentes putant 6124 . tret na n-uan n-endacc, MacCarthy 44.8 . Ériu ii 200.22 . ba hennac, ba firén PH 3304 . anim ennac firen FA 19 (LU; ennach LB, cited P. O'C. s. eannach ). faith humal ennac óg SR 5379 . cendais eter fhergaib, endac eter inntledaib = inter insidias innocens PH 5925 . ro impa...cusin creidim cristaide ┐ ba hannacc osin amach he D iv 2, 44[42]vb 34 . an úir endacc (eannuidh ennaigh , vl.)the pure clay (of the bed of a spring set apart for a saint) BNnÉ 220.35 . v p. a uile naoimh-eannaga Holy Innocents Parrth. Anma 298.1 . fuil eannag innocent blood (of slain clerics) TFrag. 126 . Contrasted with cintach: in cintach...in t-ennac ZCP xi 65. 4 . non iadad ume...mad guach. nisniadh[ad] ime dia mbad ennac (of an accused person) IT iii 190.17 . eannoc 190.9 . ennac (annach v.l.) 190.29 . dóerad bidbadu, sóerad enngu , Tec. Corm. § 2.14 .

(b) immune, exempt (?): rendering Lat. immunis: ennac nó dianim (gl. [periculi] immunem) Ml 112a7 . in n-ennac .i. sechis in firian (gl. [mundum se ab illorum meritis et ideo] immonem [suppli- ciorum]) Ml 76c3 , where the gloss may really refer to mundum, although that is glossed separately (glan). Cf. na mila ennca (sic leg.) [animals immune from seizure] (?) Laws i 146.18 Comm. (see ZCP iv 355 ). dogniat fiadhuin co follus cunud eannucc im na dethbirsi `innocent with respect to these necessities' (exempt ?) ii 62. 8 Comm. cunud ennuc gach dethbir 62.10 Comm.