értha

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(as verb. necess. of éraid) fit to be refused: díol farbh éartha gach aoighe payment which might justly be refused to any guest (i.e. an extravagant reward) TD 10.14 .

érthach

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adj o-ā (éraid) prone to refuse, grudging (with imm, fa of thing): budh érthach na huaisle | fana duasaibh ganna ZCP x 50.11 . ní héarthach uim gháire ghairt, Ó Bruad. ii 156.19 .

erthogae

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n (air + togu?) first choice (?): bad n-e mo erthogæ cotomartad irt eter mo comchoicle, Ériu viii 172 x .

erus

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x see eros and feorus.

1 es

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n the letter s: eis fuil i tosach in focail is soiscela, Laws i 34.2 . ef tallad as ria nes s was substituted for f (in the word senchas = fenchas as 32.28 .

2 es

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conj. a rare form or spelling of is, as and: bennach Ultu es Conachtu, MacCarthy 20.18 .

3 es(s)

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n m., orig. u n.: ess n-ard, Ériu xvii 90 § 7 , 98 , xxii 42 § 7 . Eas nDuind, Met. Dinds. iv 8.39 , Ériu xiii 144 . a cataract, rapid; a rapidly flowing stream (cf. ess o eistin cene imme nessamar cech lind is ess a ainm...unde ess aqua quia [a]estuat .i. fervet , O'Mulc. 427 ): fogur essa uair ra hall the sound of the cataract LL 298a13 = SG 366.12 . fuaim eassa na sroth IT iii 195. 20 . essa abhai...alaind ceoul the falls of the river ... splendid melody K. and H. 29 . ro ling isin es robaoí ar in mBanna ┐ robaithedh ann, gurab uaithi ainmnighter an t-eas sin ITS v 56.27 . [Loch] Echach na n-ess `of the rapids' Met. Dinds. iv 68.153 . co n-erracht in muir...ina essaib ardda uanfadcha in great foaming billows LL 230b 26 = TTr. 991 . corola a luaith risin sruth coromarbh es in tsrotha choked the current BB 358a36 . Dinds. 13 . ós cionn an easso, Duan. Ḟ. i 3.3 . na hessa ┐ na hátha LL 264a7 = MU 14.32 . o ro deilighius re hesaib ┐ re hind- beraib na hErenn do snam, Acall. 4563 n. ar Inis C. na n-eas mbinn TD 11.1 . na heasa ┐ na hinnbheara bhíos ag sileadh, TSh. 6724 .

COMPD. ¤balb of murmuring cascades: oighre an fuinn esbhailbh LL 394.47 .

4 es(s)

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n n. (?)

(a) a vessel: ess usci, Mon. Tall. § 42 .

(b) a boat, ship: dusnarfas ess n-argait isin fairce RC xii 60.11 . docum na tilchu dia n-acu an es n-aircit asin muoir 72.6 . ess .i. long: ni dheachaidh áon ess tresan Muir Ruaidh acht an ess umhaidhe, O'Cl. Cf. éis .i. long, ut est: ni dechaidh aen-eis as Muir Ruaidh acht aen-eis umaidhe, O'C. 1366 (< H 3.18. 625 ).

5 es

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Forms: eás, eas

n ā, f. IGT, Decl. § 39 . a stoat, weasel: eás (gl. mustella) Ir. Gl. 259 . eas `a weasal' P. O'C. fuil esi `weasel's blood' O'Gr. Cat. 182.27 . buailis E. an eis | go ros mharbh... | eas oile...do chuir | luibh 'na beol go ros bheathaigh, Ir. Monthly 1920, 424 . Hence: luibh na heisi the stoat's herb IGT, Decl. ex. 1090 .

6 es(s)

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n (? vox nihili SGS iv 95 ) death: es .i. ecc, Corm. Y 573 . es .i. bás, O'Cl. eisteacht .i. teacht i n-eis [in eis?] .i. bás, ib. Cf. esba .i. es a báa .i. roheplad a maith, Corm. Y 517 .

7 es

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n food: es .i. biad, unde eser, Corm. Y 736 s.v. íasc.