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 .

Eorthanán, Orthan(n)án

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Forms: Iordanén, Eordanén

pn older Iordanén, Eordanén Jordan: lar srotha Iordanein, Tur. 65 . i fail srotha Iordanen, Thes. ii 302.32 . Sruth nIordanen, Met. Dinds. iii 28.31 . dar sruth nEordanén (: scél) SR 5040.5198 . co sruth nEordanain (no rime) 5024 . co sruth nEórthanain YBL 294b37 = nEorthanan BB 244aw . ag sruth Eorthanain BCC § 53 . Sruth Ortannain, Anecd. ii 22.4 . Sruth Orthanáin (: gabháil) TD 17.23 (-annáin v.l.).

? eotga

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ind (? gae): nī rogaot go n-eotga (: Eorpo) ūar, Arch. iii 306 § 6 (B IV 2 142b) .

epactal

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adj epactal: cigal epactal the cycle of epacts O'Gr. Cat. 303.32 .

epaid, aupaid

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Forms: aupaith, epaid, aipthi

n i, f. (< ad-buith ZCP xii 410 or < *ess-buith Celtica ii 339 ) a spell, charm (both of incantations and of amulets, etc., applied externally): n s. focertar ind epaid se i n-im this charm is laid in butter Thes. ii 248.7 . bricht .i. epaid, Auraic. 4540 . opaidh i salann suirge IT iii 85 § 83 (aupaid v.l. Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. i 64 ) = Bruchst. 37 . aupaith, Thes. ii 250.11 . gach geis...┐ gach upaidh ┐ gach mana BB 43b21 . a s. co rogabur epaid fria `that I may chant a spell to it' Molling 35 . d s. nidat gala fer ro cloi | acht fir co n-upbaig for gai with charmed spearheads (?) YBL 119a6 = RIA. Ir. MSS. Ser. I i 182.5 . g s. tainic...do chuinghidh eptha cu rocharadh a bhen he, Lism. L. 1480 = Todd Lect. v 78 (corresponding to venit...rogans ut invocato Christi nomine uxor sua eum amaret). fo aicne an cineoil uptha `according to the nature of the philtre' Laws v 294 z Comm. froma uptha dus in bud amainsi `to test a charm' (viz. by administering it to a dog) i 180.30 Comm. imarchor auptha carrying a love charm 176.3 . cor eptha i cléith `putting a charm in a hurdle' (cf. LL 120a cited below, and Keat. ii 5448 ) Aisl. MC 71.25 . míla eptha creatures formed by spells (?) 7.4 . n a p. aipthi (gl. veneficia) Wb 20b20 . mat epthai dia n-apallar dabera nech do alailiu charms by which death is caused Cáin Ad. 46 . nech tober ępthai...conidapail nech de, Ériu vii 168. 1 . iptha ┐ éle ┐ arthana do chur riu do thairmesc a fola TBC 3638 . Cf. 3639 . dogniat draidecht...auptha ┐ felmasa RC xii 428.7 . bean dia tabair a ceile upta oc a guide, Laws v 292.24 . dobeir na uptha do urail a seirci fuirre 294.27 Comm. batar upthada demhnaigi leo arna cur la druidhecht...tria tuaichlect a clochuibh allastig dia croicnib, Marco P. 148 . aes...aidhmhillti ag tealgadh graintseligh in rolaitis iopadha ina aighidh fair FM i 336.9 (a. 734). d p. orce co nemib ┐ epthaib fonóiset for beraib cairthind LL 120a12 = RC iii 176. 16 . ro delb nái cna Segsa co n-ept[h]ib seirce indib, Dinds. 31 = LL 200a45 (upthaib). tre upthaib ban ndraid- echta RC xxiii 418.21 = YBL 317a3 . cris Finneain... ar upt[h]aib ban mb[a]eth RC ii 113.6 . celtair Dē... umam ar tsergaib...ar iupaib ar ḟāthaib ZCP x 346 § 10 . ar apdaibh hi clith, Ériu iv 236 § 8 .

epe

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x see eipe.

epecht

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Forms: æpecht

n epact: g p. do toscelad æpecht (gl. si vis scire æpactas), Thes. ii 41.21 .

epeltnech

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adj o-ā (epeltu) in a dying state, moribund, perishing: na teora re inad eipiltnech a torad the three seasons in which his produce decays (gl. on: tri haimsera i n-adapail a torad) Laws v 450.17 Comm. in tan dosfic buaidred bāis, ni gabtha forgell in epeltnig (= quando moribundus sensum emittit nullo modo aliquid adfirmare potest) Laws vi 296.13 . Cf. duine ruc leis sis in t-arm... a haititin in fir bunaid, is [s]lan, uair is amail oin; in baile i n-apad uair is amail oin i n-inad eipiltneach iii 218.17 Comm. it is as a loan in a place of death (?).

epeltu

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Forms: e(i)pilt, abailt, eabailt, abhailt, eabhailt, eibilt, epeltu, epeltu, epiltin, epiltin

n n, f. (vn. of at-baill) later also e(i)pilt. Early Mod. abailt, eabailt, abhailt, eabhailt IGT, Decl. § 42 . eibilt [sic leg.], Ó Bruad. ii 148.14 . dying, perishing, death, destruction: n s. is epeltu doib (gl. perierunt) Wb 13b20 . ba liach a n-épeltu 4d20 . epeltu Ml 98c6 . pectha trisambi apaltu 30d14 . ni bes epiltiu anme dit anything that might be death to thy soul Mon. Tall. § 64 . is ferr lind epilt o bás adétig PH 6571 . is anfot in eipiltin, Laws i 180.19 Comm. g s. quia fit dibath ┐ bath ┐ ba... ic sluind epilten ACC 31 ( RC xx 170 ). a s. fri epiltin , Thes. ii 320.22 (hebeltin v.l.: gl. on: fri éitsecht Hy ii 60 ). dílcend ┐ epeltin na tol collaide PH 3538 . d s. iarna epiltin , Thes. ii 320.36 . a.d. inc. .dc. Grigoir do hepiltin, Anecd. iii 71.7 . aes pende do epiltin for usce ┐ bargin that penitents should die on bread and water Mon. Tall. § 73 = Anecd. i 75.3 . atcuas dosein a mhac do epilt FM vi 2218.19 = Hugh Roe 262.3 (f. 69b) . Killing, slaying (?): eirgid athlum aoinfir [sic leg.] do dénum a ndiaig Nuada ┐ a eibilt co hobunn ZCP xiii 205 .