? 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.

1 ennach

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n f. a scald-crow , see Hermathena xliv 71 . dolluid ind ennach fora gualaind. nirbo gnáth in corthe út fo ēnaib, ar Erc (of the dying Cú Chulainn) LL 121b33 = RC iii 181 y . doluidhsi [sc. in Mórrígan] i richt enchi (.i. fhennoigi) ar in sgiaígh RC xv 72 § 112 . nech lúis fuidel sinain nó fiaich no enche no chailech cerc ( = bibentis quod intinxerit aquila vel ingarola vel gallus vel gal[l]ina) Eriu vii 146.20 . Cf. graine scibair sciath mughrinn | malu themin crich dograim (or t-) | crub énchi adbli uaisli | barr cluaisi ruaidhi rudrind, H 3.18, 6 marg. sup. is iad na neichi da fasaid na fogla lain .i. smir eindche ┐ luaith loiscind ┐ dub sgribinn ┐ ae abha ┐ grian glaisi ┐ mil do comailt da ċosaib ina laighe seola, H 3.18, 10 = O'C. 269 . Here perhaps: ennach en [ēn ?] nocenss ar is donad a smir, O'Mulc. 397 .

2 ennach

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x see ennac.

? ennaidm

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Forms: ernad- man, nenadmim

n n, n. nexus, connexion: n p. secht n-ennad- man file isind saltair Ml 2d2 , where Thes. emends to ernad- man (suggested by Windisch, see airnaidm) "`bonds', the literarum connexiones of Jerome," Thes. i p. 716 . Cf. nenadmim, O'Dav. 1299 , where Asc. would read: deoch donn enadmim `a drink of binding' Asc. 617. Ped ii 583 .

enncae

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Forms: encai, enncæ, n-enccai

n , f. (ennac) innocence, harmlessness, freedom from guilt, purity: rofitir... ┐ etirgein ní dú ulc intí lasmbi ind encae. ní fitir immurgu olc n-etir intí bís isind encae [leg. encai] ut sunt infantes Ml 24a19 . huand enci nó huan dianmi (gl. immunia) 82d7 . á enncæ (gl. innocentiae suae) 41a9 . i n-enccai (nendgai, nendccai MSS) nóeb-ingen, Thes. ii 355.12 ( Hy vii 20 ). ennga huimli duib la gaís SR 7987 . endcae na n-anmann, Ériu ii 144.4 . corbam sean fri forba mo bethad ind etlai ┐ ind endgai, Lor. Gild. 260 . cen áib n-enga (of the remains of a ravaging serpent), Met. Dinds. ii 62.19 . In Laws, a special qualification, guiltlessness of any action incurring fine or penalty: dia mbe ina enncai, cin gait, cin braid, cin guin duine, Laws iv 308.6 . airilliudh ┐ indrucus ┐ endce (three things which confer `miad' and `eneclann') 344.15 (cf. airilliud ┐ inrucus ┐ idna, which confer `díre' v 96.1 ). dafet airilliud indrucus endge iii 26.16 . cach follus rofes einnge no aneinge iar n-airilliudh ii 62.6 .

Cleanliness ? co thothacht a thigi itir fossair ┐ fuirired ┐ enncai `washing' Laws iv 320z (`rectitude' MacNeill PRIA xxxvi C 16, 297 ). Possibly with same meaning as in foregoing exx.

enncus

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n u, m. freedom from guilt, purity: iar n-enngus ┐ oirceand .i. ...ar a beth a nglaine co fircinte, Laws v 24.1 Comm. Here probably: arberna dia tlethar engus (enngus v.l.) .i. dia n-etla asa nemurchoit conid urchoidech, O'Dav. 1529 .

enod ?

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ind enod cainti ocond ṡruthsin (gl. [aut] conjurato [descendens Dacus ab Istro] Georg. ii 497 ) Sg 194a1 (possibly erod, Thes. ii 186 n d ). Cf. enuda ?

enuda

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n a pledge of some kind (?): acht ma rochuille cleircecht no enudha `but what clerkship forbids, or `e.¤'- pledge' (enudha .i. ... aeth uadh i nde na dingne aris `an oath from him by God that he will not do it again') Laws iii 62.5 ( 9 ). nocha dligtur da mac a gaire do denum co ti aimsir sirg no galuir no enudha `her son is not bound to maintain her until the time of decrepitude or disease or `e.¤'- pledge' 60.20 Comm. 62.19 Comm. (eonudha). co ti aimsir sirg no enṡod 62.15 Comm. enotha [.i.] in gell denma aithirge, acht ni taibre in fine `the pledge for repentance, but the family will not give it' 61 n. Cf. enod ?

eó, eú

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ind Note: in this diphthong the long quantity in most cases belonged in early Ir. to the e, but in the later language it became transferred to the -o, -u. Here eó (eú) is generally used in headings.

1 eó, eú

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Forms: eo, iaich, eó, iach, eo, iaich

n k, m. ( Thurn. Hbch. 196 ; RC xv 99 ; cf. 4 é) a salmon: n s. eo .i. bratan TBC² 1045 (éu LU). O'Cl. `eo' éigne LL 395a8 = Met. Gl., Ff. § 5 . eó Banna the salmon from the Bann TD 17.35 = O'Gr. Cat. 429.10 . iasc ... .i. leth-eo cednama [cf. Anecd. i 1.13 cited below at gp.] no eo colgnama (the complement of fish for an allowance of twenty cakes), Laws v 40.23 . g s. (a) focress i mmuir ...co frith i mmedon ïach, Hy v 72 (with gl.: .i. bratan, Thes. ii 345.14 ). focheird cor n-iach n-erred de FB 87 . LU 19b12 = MU 48.27 (see below at as.). bás iach, Triads 92 . (b) i rricht iaich LU 40a16 . i rricht iaich abae, Im. Br. ii 292.14 = LU 16b39 . cnaim inn iaich snamha RC xviii 382.20 ( = bratain l. 17 . Keat. ii 5404 ). (c) eite eó , Gleanings 17 § 20 . a s. fochiur an ich issan saile, Anecd. i 73.6 ( = bratan 73.3 ). dobert iach (perp.) 73.7 . Esp. in phr. (foceird) ích n-erred makes a hero's salmon- leap (?) FB 24.51 . IT i 310 y . RC xi 452.138 ; 448.77 . cen ich n-errad, Ériu i 116.26 . itir ubull-chleas...┐ ith n-errath TBC² 1502 (ích n-erred LU). Cf. dober for a rinn eeich brecai a Bōinn ZCP viii 120.20 , where the adj. is apparently pl. but see ZCP xxix 313 n. 54 . Later form: as tú an beó... | do-ní idir eó ┐ énlaith IGT, Decl. ex. 651 . d s. tri saegail an eoinsin ... | don eo baill-bric, don bradan, Ferm. 156b8 . n p. no lingtis suas frisind eassam...iaich thruim tolgaidh, Snedgus u. MacR. § 11 = YBL 12a23 (eas-sain ?). iaich breca bedcaca ZCP xiii 278.5 . iaich Berba bruinne LL 297a34 . lingit ich bricc, Im. Br. 38 . g p. oc teluch na n-iach cet[s]nama [cf. cit. fr. Laws v 40 above ], Anecd. i 1.13 . aclaid iach ZCP xiii 278.3 . Cf. trenasc iach treiach eo BB 14a14 = ZCP v 184 (where eo = ibar, cf. Lism. L. xli 14 ).

Special use: eó fis salmon of knowledge (an item of Irish mythology, see Dinds. 59 , and cf. secht mbliadhna do F. for Bóin oc urnaige iach Linne Feic, air dobuí a tairrngire do eo Féic do tomailt, ocus cen ní 'na ainfis itir iarum. frith in mbradan, etc. Oss. iv 300 x = RC v 201.20 ). ni thig dīnd āiream a sciath... | muna ethaind in t-eō fis | ni ḟētfaind beath ris... ZCP viii 227 § 11 . As epithet: eó fis forlámaighthe gacha feasa,...eadhon Fionntán fáthach... ML 96.7 .

pn Freq. as complimentary epithet of hero or leader: a éo óir, a Ḟir diad TBC 4066 . in t-éo óir, Find mac Cumaill, Acall. 2531 . an t-eó a fionnchaladh Fréamhann (of Conn O'Donnell) TD 1.52 . leis an eo ó easaibh Leamhna, Ó Bruad. iii.48.3 . In religious contexts this epithet may have a mystical significance: in t-éo flaithemhnais... .i. Pátraic, Acall. 64 . in t-eō sēnta cas corcra (of Christ), Arch. iii 245.8 . eo na dtrí dtobar (of same), Dán Dé xii 4 .