erball

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n o, m. (? 1 íar + ball Celtica i 359-60 ) a tail: erball didiu iar-ball .i. ball dedenach ind anmanda, Corm. Y 507 . robatar lamo iomda lais et iarboll, Aisl. Tund. 108.24 . erball fata garbh 108.29 ; 134.21 . iter erball ┐ [ḟ]indfad ┐ uth tail and fell and udder (of a cow) Laws, iii 378.9 Comm. ; 370.9 . manid in leuidán...adchomaic a erball LU 85b21 = BDD 56 . dam...gu n-urbull imthromm LL 247a28 = IT iii 247.1 . samalta fri herball fiad-eich IT i 271.24 . ó ó go erboll from ear to tail (of a bull) TBC 6159 (iarchomla v.l.). gabhaidh dá earball air fein lashes himself with his tail (of a lion) TSh. 2608 . erblu asa toebu LB 149b28 . ruainneach earbaill eich YBL 343a26 . ina n-erblib (of horses) RC xiii 68.20 . co n-erblaib abbelaib accu o mud na con `wagging their tails' BColm. 82.34 . do bhádar iorbuill orrtha...agus do bhí cailg a n-a n-iorbluibh, Rev. ix 10 . bun a nearbuill the rump Exod. xxix 22 .

? érbecc

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Forms: érbec

adj dícheltir inna láim nad bu erbec LU 133b27 = Imr. Br. 47.16 . érbec v.l. (`that was not very small ').

erber

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n (Eng. erber, herber, obsol. form of Eng. arbour; or Lat. arbor Translations from Classical Literature 25 ) an arbour, bower: co roibi in righan a n-erber re taebh in tuir ZCP vi 27.6 . fuair in n-ingen cona banntracht a n-erber uaingech a[c] cluichi ┐ ag aines '[he] found the girl with her female attendants in a lonely arbour playing and diverting herself' (= 'gardyn') St. Erc. 516 . dochunnaicc se Dianíra a n-erber aluind uaingech '[he] saw Deianira in a beautiful, lonely arbour' (= 'grene place') 1167 . docuaidh Yole amach iar sin a n-erber aluinn ina roibhi dee uasal 'then Iole went out to a beautiful arbour where there was a noble god' (= 'garderobe') 2252 .

erbirigithir

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v g (airbire ?)

I Charges (?): erbirigithir (gl. si quis videat multos hominum vitia sectari) causeturque (de tali inproborums tudio)) Ml 35b6 .

II Explains: erbirigid (gl. causatur (cur currit)) 90a7 .

erblach, erblech

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adj o-ā (erball) having a tail: in tarbān ...bailc erblach adaircech, Ériu vii 198.20 = 6.2 . Of banners: mergedha ailli...eirblecha iarlepra, CCath. 4928 . mergeda iairlepra erplecha (erplacha v.l.) 5433 .

erbud

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n u, m. (vn. of 2 erbaid)

(a) trusting, confiding: ar n-erbud innar neurt our trusting in our strength: Ml 43d3 .

(b) bidding, enjoining: go riacht in t-aingel . . dia erbadh ┐ dia fholairemh fuirre dol...gusin Eigipt, Fl. Earls 112.2 . do thuit A. lé F. ar earbadh Bhaodáin `at the instigation of B.' Keat. iii 1190 . Cf. earbad .i. indisi(n), Lec. Gl. 433 ( M 244 ).

? erbun

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n rogaet... | tricha ríg di erchoraib | im vii. fichtiu anchinne | fosnacaib di erbonaib LL 121b49 .

1 erc

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n (see ZCP vii 360 ) heaven, the heavens: erc .i. nemh, Corm. Y 534 . erc .i. neamh, O'Dav. 773 . O'Cl. fo erc... .i. fo nem, O'Dav. 1026 . `erc' nim [leg. nem ?], Met. Gl. , Eg. 13 . Meyer, Wortk. 205 , would add: maigne erca ZCP viii 197 § 11 .

2 erc

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adj speckled, also dark red: earc .i. breac no ní breac, O'Cl. .i. dearg ib. alath, odhar, usgdha, erc, irfind (the vowels in dath-ogam), Auraic. 5701.3 , 4 , 5 erc are probably extensions of this.

3 erc

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n ( RC ii 326 . xix 353 ) a speckled fish; trout, salmon: earc .i. bradán, O'Cl. Cf. 2 erc.

4 erc

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Forms: ercce, ercca, n-earc

n (2 erc ÉC xxiii 49 ) a spotted or red-eared cow; a cow: earc .i. bó, O'Cl. (cf. under ercne infra). g s. (?) co n-ubullrosc ercce IT iii 247.111 . pl. ercca Iuchna, amnus buar (with gl.: .i. tri bae) RC xxiii 325.21 ; 306.31 . earca iuchna .i. cenél bho .i. ba fionna ódeargha .i. cluaisdearga white cows with red ears O'Cl. im na teor[a] herca Iuchna, Ériu ii 20.5 . g p. na mbo .i. na n-earc 20.6 . gáir graifni ┐ gáir erca, Acall. 452 = gair ercca (.i. bó) LL 206a37 (= g s. ?). ined erc 'suitable place for cows' Ériu xxxix 136 . Cf. earca rainn .i. do bheireadh bo ar rannaibh, O'Cl. (see 2 ercaid).