eres

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Forms: eres, heres, eris

n (< L. haeresis = αἵρεσις) heresy: éiris .i. mí- chreideamh, O'Cl. cathugud fri hiris an eres heresy is fighting against the (true) faith O'Mulc. 419 . n s. as eres doib which is heresy on their part Ml 24d23 . na forberther heres ṅ-oco, Thes. ii 255.19 (Stowe M.). ni heress n-olc, Ériu ii 64 § 7 (heiris, hiris v.l.). 65 § 9 . a s. fir legind pridchait eris who preach heresy FA 27 (heris LB). dia sóad for a n-eris to their heresy FM vi 2370.5 . adaltras ┐ cuilige ┐ ethech ┐ héress, RC xv 488.7 . g s. (a) do gabail ersi to adopt heresy Anecd. iii 66.9 . do gabail irrsi, Todd Nenn. 172.3 . do dichor herissi Airr the heresy of Arius PH 5005 (but cf. erise). damnad cach eirse, Arch. iii 313 § 15 (cech eiriusa v.l.). (b) cenn cech erais (: bebais), Fél. Ap. 23 . cosnam eiris, Ériu vii 174.7 = éris ZCP iii 28.13 . pl. rotriall A. na hirse robatar oc Bretnaib do dichor immon chaisc the heretical views held by the Britons concerning Easter Anecd. iii 71.26 . See erise.

eretecda

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Forms: eritecda, hairitecdu

adj io-iā heretical; n a heretic: fri saíbrechtu heretecda against false laws of heretics Hy vii 52 ( Thes. ii 357.6 ). dond eritecdu do Éotaic the heretic Eutychius RC xxv 244.16 . annsa breithir ereticda adubhrumar ZCP xiii 181.1 . iar n-indarbad...heretecda PH 4644 . forcetul na n-eretecda 4919 . eritecda 6814 . na hairitecdu 4585 .

eretecdach

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adj o-ā (eretecda) heretical; n a heretic: n p m. ind eretecdaig SR 8339 .

eretic, eritic

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Forms: heretic, heritic, heritic, heritegai, eiritchide, eiritigidhe, n-eritchedh, eriteccaib, heiriticibh

n (< L. haeretic-) m. a heretic: n p. ind heretic Ml 17c7 . 24d25 . heritic Wb 30b24 . ind heritic 30b17 . go santuighid na huile eiritic catoilce do ghairm dhíobh féin, MacAingil 513.4 . na heritegai RC xxviii 318.6 . eiritchide, Fl. Earls 82.25 . g p. ag sgrios eiritigidhe KAJ 1858-9, 362.11 . gnūissi na n-eritchedh , Fl. Earls 14.1 . d p. donaib eriteccaib Wb 25b14 . rugadar buaidh ar na heiriticibh , Keat. ii 6139 .

erfetech

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adj o-ā: pleased, amused (?): na ro etsium co herfhetech fri hecnach lest we listen with pleasure (?) PH 6875 . Cf. airfitech.

ergal

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x see airgal.

ergind

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ind (? 1 errach + cenn)beginning (or end) of spring (?) Ériu xx 56 , EIF 71: g s. di(a) cnai eirginn 'two spring fleeces' Bretha 30 § 13 . no ceirtli .i. is fiu lethscrepal .i. lethcnai ergind ann ┐ lethcnai fogeibrind; lethpingind arin lethcnai ḟogebrind ┐ cetraimthi penginne arin lethcnai erginn, CIH v 1609.28 , cf. vi 2325.36 , O'C. 213 . clithcu errgind anfig 'spring is more sheltering than tempest' UR 21.24 .

ergla?

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Forms: eargla

n sound, roar (of water) (?): eascal (v.l. eargla , Eg. 209 . coigedal, Eg. 106 ) in átha TBC 3880 .

erglanad

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n (ér- ?) m. cleaning, purging: tic in scuab a Fanait do erglanadh Erenn, Fél. 190.20 (Aug. 29 n.) . fa thri dorat I. in erglanud-sa for thempul Ierusalem PH 4506 . Cf. iar n-erglan[ad] na [canna]ndae as `after clearing the Canaanites out of it' Ml 68b4 (Thes.).

ergna

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érgna

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n io, n. (?) (cf. ecnae, engne) understanding, dis- crimination, discernment: ergna .i. etargnadh firinne, ut est: biet mna cin fele ┐ fir cin ergna, O'Dav. 804 . eargna .i. inntleachd, O'Cl. do bērlaib cech mīl... | dia n-ērgnaib, dia n-iladbaib SR 7264 . nā bērla, nā cīall nā cruth, | nā hērgna nō horddogod 7268 . cen ērgna n-eolais, cen treóir | cen bērla, i tirib aneóil 3447 . nach ruc úadib a n-érgna | a céill nach a combérla (of men transformed into swine), Met. Dinds. iii 386.23 . a feab crotha ┐ ceneoil ┐ eargnæ (.i. glicusa) BB 63a3 = Tec. Corm. 5 and Laws iv 376.3 (earngna). d' imdugud a mor-hērgnai (: bērlai), Rawl. 77b7 . ar allud ┐ érgna ┐ aurlabra FB 19 . LU 121b24 . FM ii 1008.8 . Cf. Hua Duind fer na n-érgna n-óc (: bērla) LL 33b7 . pn Personified: Ergna mac Ecnai .i. is tuisechu do neoch in t-ecna do bith i n-anmain quam a thasselbad wisdom must be in a man's soul before he can display it (érgna = the exhibition of wisdom, ecna the gift itself) LL 187c51 . Rochond mac Ergnai .i. is tuisechu etargna no intliucht do bith aici quam codnaigi do thas- selbad dó, l. 48 . See RC xxvi 30.138 . scol...ic foglaim in cech ergna (: bérlu) LL 133b36 . As attrib. (?): do neoch is mó ergna díb ┐ is mó gáes (bhus gaosmuire ┐ bhus ergna v.l.), Ériu iv 144.11 . senad ergna, Alex. 482 . ollamh ergna FM i 54.3 (gen. ?), and similar exx. where the quantity is not decided, may belong to airgna. See next and Celtica xvii 70 .