? eólcha

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n skill, expertness: dobhí de luas na luinge ┐ d'eólcha na hainnire ar a h-árd-stiuradh `skill' ITS i 54. 14 . ar a heólcha ┐ ar [ḟ]ebas a erlabra, Lib. Hymn. i 19 n. 13 .

eólchaigid

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v g (éolach) is used to, acquainted with: gnāth a gnato .i. eolchaigim no aichtigim, Corm. Y 706 .

eólchaire

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n io, n. (?) (eól; possibly abstr. of *eólchar; cf. Im. Br. i 41 ).

(a) longing, yearning; esp. longing for home: eolchaire .i. ima tir ┐ cuma .i. a ndiaigh dáine (different kinds of grief), Arch. iii 139.33 . nach tan nosbert eolchaire n-oll fo rian roglass | nosbert for cūl... ben bán as often as their great longing for home drew them forth...the fair woman drew them back Anecd. i 69.1 . gabais éolcaire fer díib LU 121a6 . gabais éolchaire inní Condla imon mnai atchonnairc a longing for the woman 120a39 . 120b10 . eolchaire mo mhendatain | dorala ar mo chéill `longing for my little home' Buile Ṡ. 64.1 . becc ná romúchda dóine oc eólchaire, oc imbáide | ar ind Niall-sain... with yearning or emotion over N. Ériu iv 96.18 .

(b) regret, grief in general; mourning, lamentation: eolchaire .i. doilgheas no dobrón, O'Cl. eolchuire wailing Kirk (troscadh ┐ gul ┐ éolchuire, Esther iv 3 ). biaidh m'fhaoilte 'na heólchoire, Tadhg Óg, Studies 1924, 87 ; 88 . ag eolchuire ┐ ag tuirrsi am diaidh BCC § 189 . guil ban is eolchuire ḟear, Ir. Monthly 1921, 245 . do-níd eólchaire = lamentantur TSh. 6433 . gol-gháirthe...┐ eólchaire éagcuibhdheasach do dhéanamh 5575 . Leabhar na hEól- chaire = Lamentationes Jeremiae 1425 .

eolda

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Forms: hEoldai, eoldai

adj io-iā Aeolian: as subst. n p. na hEoldai , Alex. 125 . Cf. eoldai (gl. Eolis) Sg 209b8 .

eolensta

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adj io-iā Aeolic: Sg 31b18 (gl. Æolica).

eólgach

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x = eólach: dá dtuguidh éinneach grádh do Dhia, as eólgach dhó é, 1 Cor. viii 3 (1681) = dá dtuguidh éuneach grádh dho Dhia as é dhorinne éolas dó 1602 . Kirk has eólghach. The g is curious; possibly it is due to a contamination of eólach and eagnach (see ecnach).

eólgaisech

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adj knowing, skilled: gaisgidheach éolgaiseach ITS i 8.16 . imghect...aca-san ga ghenamh go...eolgha- sach `escaping...stealthily' Rel. Celt. ii 198.9 .

eonasc

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n (ghostword) : eonasc .i. lon, Auraic. 5601 . Leg. eo nasc JCS ii 173 .

Eóraip

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Forms: Eóruip, Eoroip, Euraip, nEoroip, Eoraip, Éoraib, nEoraip, nEuraip, Eurupa, Europa, Eorapa, Eōrpa, Eorpai, Eōraipe

n.l. f. Europa, Europe: nom. Eóruip IGT, Decl. § 13 . Eoroip, Rawl. 75bz . Euraip LL 135a37 . dat.- acc. i nEoroip FB 93 . Eoraip, Rawl. 76b22 . LL 142a46 . Éoraib 231a22 . 234a38 . in nEoraip , Rawl. 76a39 = in nEuraip LL 142a13 . gen. na Eurupa , Trip. 30.15 . Europa LL 183b37 . Eorapa, Fél. Apr. 20 . Eōrpa (: seōlta), Rawl. 76b28 . Trip. 446.6 . Alex. 97 . CCath. 1404 . TD 9.2 . Eorpai, Alex. 139 . For gen. Eōraipe see IGT, Decl. § 13 .

Eordanén

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x see Eorthanán.

eórna

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n f. barley: ordiam (= hordeum) .i. in eorna RC ix 239.3 . tri fichit miach n-eornáe [sic] SR 7022 . grán eórna ro thog C. dia echaib barley-grain FB 63 . miach eorna, Laws v 82.17 Comm. min eornu `barley-meal' ii 150. 3 . bairgin n-eorna PH 1770 . doberar dias éorna la C. i crecht dia chrechtaib LL 329a22 . Keat. ii 4565 . do buáileadh a neórna, Ex. ix 31 . a ttosach ḟoghmhair na héorna, Ruth i 22 .