esbalóit

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Forms: espaloid

n (a variant of apsolóit < absolutio) absolution: gan bās d'fhagbāil...acht go tucad se fein esbaloid doib BCC § 113 . espaloid ib.

esbatu

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Forms: esbetu, esbataid, tad

n t, f. (esba) idleness, worthlessness, vanity: esbetu (gl. in fermento...nequitiae) Wb 9b15 . a esbataid [leg. -tad ?] (gl. inutilitatis suæ) Ml 130c23 . tri seithir deirmiten: tromdatu, espatu, utmaille, Triads 214 (with gl.: easpata .i. diomhaoines, p. 42 ).

esbeorna

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Forms: easbeórna

n f. name of a plant, the petty spurge: esula .i. in esbeorna RC ix 232.2 . asula ┐ sebran .i. da hainm na heaspeorna, Arch. i 326.35 . bríonia .i. easpeorna 327. 54 . brionia .i. esba eorna 331.30 . easbeórna, Hogan.

esbicul, escibul

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Forms: esbicuil, escibul

n o, m. ( < L. scyphulus) a small drink- ing vessel or cup: esbicul .i. ol bic as, Corm. Y 564 . g s. is cuit esbicuil `a passing cup' (gl. gustaret) Wb 32d4 . escibul, O'Mulc. 427 (corrected (?) into espicul).

esbogtha

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adj io-ia becoming to (or pertaining to) a bishop, episcopal: níorbh easbagta an t-inniollsoin IGT, Decl. ex. 111 . ughdardhás esbugtha episcopal authority Mac Aingil 378.5 .

esbrath

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n ( < mrath, brath ?) betraying (?): dire rig, gen gae, gen easbrath, cen eisindrucus fri a thuatha, Laws iv 50.25 (with gl.: cen brath na n-uasal 52.1 ). Cf. next.

esbreth, esmbreth

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n perverse or unjust judgment (?): soifid esbretha ir-rigu ┐ tigernu RC xxvi 42.7 = soifid esmbretha, etc. .i. soibbretha ┐ fingala LL 188c9 . Hence probably eismbreatha .i. sáoibhbreatha, O'Cl. Cf. preceding.

esbrethach

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adj o-ā (esbreth) prone to unjust judg- ments (?): nita cailtech esbrethach TBC² 976 (rhet.). fer fingalach esmbrethach, Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. i 52.13 .

1 esc

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n (eisc?) water: esc .i. usce, Corm. Y 566 . 519 s.v. escconn (escand). O'Dav. 761 (s.v. esmong). easc .i. usce, Lec. Gl. 526 . .i. uisce domain deep water ib. M 327 (cf. Lec. Gl. 528 ). esc .i. feith uisci cechraig, O'Mulc. 433 . Cf. co barr eisc (a gl. on: co boirisc) .i. eisc, uisci, Laws v 450.10 Comm. minn co ndath uinge no eisc, Arch. iii 306.7 . A puddle? cf. esca, and O'Mulc. 434 , cited under escir.

2 esc

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n ā, f. IGT, Decl. § 39 . a vessel: mur uisge a beól úar eisci IGT, Decl. ex. 1081 . Cf. easc a laimi, Laws v 40.17 Comm. Perhaps same word as 1 esc. See also esca.

esca

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Forms: escca

n f. IGT, Decl. § 4 (probably a by-form of 1 esc (eisc); cf. seisc, sesca, etc.). a bog, quagmire; a depression, puddle: oc léim do dar aroile escai, Fél.¹ ciii 12 = escca, Fél. 150.29 . folchar a gciomhsa... | nach léir... | brúaigh easgadh na ngrianshroth nglan the edges of the clear-streamed bogs Studies 1921, 419 . Cf. lecht in abuicc is [a]mlaid ata in cubad sairdes ┐ siardes; tri troigti nama a tomus [inda lige] na esscaid bicc tis in its shallow depression (?) Petrie's Tara Hill 140 ( RIA Trans. xviii ) = Dinds. 1 (a thomoss esc bec this LL 30b41 ). Cf. 2 esc.