érnithe

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Forms: eirneidhe, ernithib

io-iā (pp. of érnid) paid: cīsa tenna is tuarustla | corbat huili éirnithe ZCP iv 237.14 = eirneidhe BR 236 (ernige BB 280a15 ). Cf. ernithib IT i 141.1 (LU) = errethaib (see eirr) 141.15 ( Eg. 1782 ).

ernméin

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n (<ïarn?) iron ore (?): ernmein .i. mein eirnd oca chomailt co cloich, O'Mulc. 420 (steel for producing a spark from flint?).

ernól ?

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n in cach crois fri hernól cuir | gemm dermor do leic logmuir SR 367 .

erochorda

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Forms: eruchordaib

adj io-iā (erochuir) pertaining to the shank; a greave: airnaib eruchordaib gl. (tibialibus) Ml 144d7 .

erochuir

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Forms: erochuir, aerachuir, eroch[r]aib

n leg, shank: erochuir (gl. crus) Sg 46a12 . aerachuir (gl. crus) 68b2 . ar eroch[r]aib (gl. tibiis) Ml 144d5 . COMPD.: erochair-chétlaid (gl. tibicen) Sg 12b4 .

eroloch

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n (= airfolach?) hiding, ambush: cath la Raghnall i n-eroloch nad acadar fir Alban `a battalion in ambush' AU 917 .

eros, erais

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Forms: eross, erus

n m. and f. (?) the raised part of a ship, poop, stern (oft. oppd. to braine `prow'): eross (gl. puppis) Sg 105a2 . erus (gl. de puppi) Arm. 189a2 = Thes. i 498 . 28 . gebid erus na luingi, Aen. 2410 (= puppim tenet Aen. x 226 ). a hearus a luingi 1839 . i n-arus a luinge 877 (= celsa in puppi Aen. iv 554 ). ethar bec...cona braine blongi, cona erus imme stern of butter Aisl. MC 85.12 (LB). na himpam in curach, acht bíd a erais reme LU 25b 35 = RC x 52.12 . in curchin beg...cona eraiss ierslesa, cona braine brechtain, Aisl. MC 119.33 (H 3.18). co rabhatar na longa ar crithnugud otá a mbruinne co herrais from prow to stern CCath. 1937 (ota braini co herais v.l.) Cf. earais .i. deireadh: ó bhraine go hearais .i. ó tosach go deireadh, O'Cl. co rancadur a mbruinnedha i n-inadhaibh a n-errais (of ships), CCath. 1959 (a n-eras, n-eraisi v.l.). fo bruinnibh ┐ fo eraisib long 2142 . Cf. suidi n-erusa seat of honour (?) ZCP iii 449.16 . erus céilli 'a ship's stern of sense' Ériu xvi 82.31 , Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium xx-xxi 14-15 = YBL 180b24 . For: i n-erus, Thes. ii 357.17 ( Hy vii 63 ), see KZ xxxi 97 . Thes. Suppl. p. 80 .

erp, eirp, erb

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Forms: heirp, erb, herbind, earbaibh

n n (?), f. a she-goat; doe; roe: heirp (gl. capra) Sg 48a10 . 61a13 (gl. dama). erb quia [h]erbis pascitur , Corm. Y 552 . O'Mulc. 425 . Tr. Phil. Soc. 1859 , 183 (< H 3.18, 70a ). earb .i. fearbóg, .i. cenél fiadha, O'Cl. luathithir fri heirb `quick as a roe' Aisl. MC 63.8 . g s. menn erbo (.i. laog bó) i ndiaigh na ellto, Arch. iii 310 § 2 . go luas faindli no eirbi ZCP x 298.14 . Cf. biann n-erbbad LL 249a21 = RC xxiv 145.28 . bian ḟerbbad ZCP iv 36.4 . n p. na herbind immomnacha (gl. timidi damae) Sg 62a2a . d p. erb d'earbaibh IT iii 90 § 123 (d'ferbaibh i ndairib v.l. Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. i 67 ). Cf. ferb.

erpaid

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x see 2 erbaid.

1 err

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n ā, f. IGT, Decl. § 39 .

I Hinder-part, end, tail: err .i. deredh, Cóir Anm. 126 . slemnithir eirr escuinge, Ériu iii 14 § 8 . lámh ar eirr easguinne IGT, Decl. ex. 587 . sceith i mmuir ┐ a ethri i n-ardda. sceith i n-aér ┐ a err sís (of a sea-monster) LL 167b54 . err bhradain, O'Cl. (see cit. under eithre above). earr pheucóige, Mac Aingil 832 . TSh. 2352 . Of end of garment: leagar libsi earra ┐ ichtara bar n-eirriud `verges and skirts of your battle-coats' MR 176.25 . rug... ar irr falluinge air, 1 Sam. xv 27 . Hence a pennant, streamer: a earr máeithréidh meirgi IGT, Decl. ex. 1404 . GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 102 . meirgeadha errleabhra FM v 1670w . Cf. eirr .i. eang, O'Cl. Of country end, remote part: bhar gcura i n-eirr iargcúla GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 286 . i n-earr chóigidh Chonchobhair extremity Content. xvi 57 . FM vi 1890.16 . Conclusion (of a statement, period, etc.): ag sin earr ar n-airteagal the last of our articles (of faith) A. Ó Dálaigh xlvii 13 . tús is earr an uraghuill, Ir. Monthly 1923, 589 . go eirr th' aimsire, MS. Mat. 569.30 . ó thús go hearr aimsire TD 28. 22 (heirr v.l.). i n-earr m'aimsire, Content. xxix 4 . aimsir Bhriain is é'na hirr at the end of it vi 188 . [baintreabhthach] do bhí i n-earr a haoise, Keat. ii 2671 . i n-eirr th'aoise MS. Mat. 569.14 . a earr ag breith ar an mbioth the world's end drawing near Ir. Monthly 1922, 294 . tinn an earr ar a agaid | a cheann a gcill comhadhaigh [leg. oidhidh: comhoidhigh?] `a sore consummation of his fate' Misc. Celt. Soc. 146.12 . Cf. ro comairligedh aca dol fa eirr dona hard-shluaghaib agus... a n-indarbad do diguil orra agus rangadar co himell an longpuirt agus ro marbsat tri caogait curad, Celt. Rev. iii 18.21 .

II Point, spike, sharp edge (?): ina chathcarpat serda co n-erraib iarnaidib TBC² 1965 (LU = cona erraib TBC 2629 . cona searraibh St). a chathcriss...ro bíth immi ic díchur gai ┐ rend ┐ err ┐ sleg ┐ saiget TBC² 1904 (LU; iærnn TBC 2563 . ernn H 2.17 . Eg. 93. om. St). Cf. co ndechaid in daighir tre eirr imchail...ichtarach chathsceith ...Cellaig `extremity' MR 266.9 . eirr .i. eang; sgiath erreadhach .i. eangach. O'Cl. The following perhaps belong to eirr, q.v.: uasa erra oenchairpait LL 120a45 . i ndiaid erri óencharpait FB 71 .

COMPDS.: here perhaps: ¤dub black-edged; having black ends (?): a lethar crapach errdub impu LB 155a25 . an sduag urcrom neime fo deilb duinide... ┐ a heo errdub aigside uasu BB 430b41 . ¤luath with swishing tails (?): gorbo coraighthe na heltacha eitche ainmhecha earrluatha do fhagaibh...da es ar in feoraind (fig. descr. of a shattered band of warriors) YBL 338a26 = Celt. Rev. iv 14.26 .

2 err

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x see eirr.