escach

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adj watery (?): inis amlaidh diandorala muir an escach, Anecd. i 54 § 34 . co barr esgach (esgiach, v.l.) brátha buirr, Airne F. 21.273 .

éscacht

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n promptness: tug siad éasgacht ar leisge Celtica iv 109 § 8 . See also éscaidecht.

1 escaid

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n bog: see esca.

2 escaid

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n (see Ped. ii 606 ; Vendryes, RC xlv 167 - 170 ; Celtica iii 171-72 ) cleansing (esp. of removing vermin): oc escaid a lēne TBC² 1118 . ní talla a leni de acht mad fria...nighi nó eascaith, Ériu vii 140.19 . ben ic aiscid a chind IT ii1 181.196 . Ériu ii 22.23 . can aisce coisi na chinn (on Sunday), O'D. 1948 .

éscaid

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Forms: escaide

adj i prompt, willing, alert, quick, eager; speedy, swift (cf. esceth .i. nepscith, Corm. Y 521 . esced .i. es[s]cith .i. ni scith ar aurlataid, O'Mulc. 435 ): am escid- sea for atha FB 35 . laech alaind escaid TBC 5335 . intí is laind ┐ is escaid, gresed in lesc ( = alacer et impiger) PH 5825 . laind ┐ escaid iar toil ┐ iar comairle a menman 4744 . athlum i n-imguin ┐ esgaid a n-eangnam, Fianaig. 76.11 . ní ba roescaid ar ná ba dáiscuir do not bustle too much (be not over-officious) Tec. Corm. 19.33 . IT i 214.10 (roescid). oclaich escaidhe uretroma utmalla, CCath. 5371 . re sliasdaibh eich ésgaidh of a swift (or spirited?) steed IGT, Decl. ex. 1225 . for a ngabraibh escaidi, D iv 2, 57 [55]vb11 . le taidhlibh each n-ésguidhe IGT, Decl. ex. 838 . dá mbeinn éasgaidh n-aigeanta `if my spirits were nimble' Ir. Review 1913, 624 . ná bí éasgaidh ar h'aimhleas, Dánta Gr.² 105.2 . eusgaidh fá na gcuid do thabairt uatha, 1 Tim. vi 18 . grása le a ndiongnam toil Dé coimhéusgaidh re hainglib nimhe, Parrthas Anma 125.5 = Luc. Fid. 77.4 . an rosg atá aneasgaigh | geárr ó budh easgaidh isi a short time since it was lively Miscell. Celt. Soc. 340.19 . Adv.: dunad do gabáil co hellom ┐ co héscaid TBC 431 . co laind ┐ co héscaid as taburtha ind almsu PH 6030 . bidh co humal éscaid indraic , humble, willing, upright ZCP vi 272.16 . ergid a ogu...co hescaid MR 122.1 . do freccradar Goill go soinnimh sair-ésccaidh é FM iii 232.1 . aithech...gebid ar n-eich co escaid LL 207a4 = RC vii 296.114 . Duan. Ḟ. i 29.16 (hésgaidh). ní ro étadh anísin co héscaid `was not readily got' TTr.² 1443 . docuaidh...co prap, primescaid, ZCP vi 45.15 . is é.¤ lim I am ready, eager for: nír escaidh le B. in cuid rainic do féin do roinn re nech B. was loth to share Acall. 920 . ni rabusa lá nach budh éscaid lém labra riut 7913 . aister ba ésgaidh linn a journey we took readily O'Gr. Cat. 352.25 . adhbhar béime don taoibh theas | éasgaidh libh é mar aighneas anything dishonouring to the south you are ready to use as argument Content. xvii 9 . na heirgead uaib d'innsaigid na himreasna acht cach aen ris a héscaidh a hindsaighidh let none of you go...save such as are eager to approach it MR 126.8 . Compar.: nach éasga chríochnuigheas an reathaidhe a réim...ioná mar chríoch- nuigheas an duine a bheatha, TSh. 7634 . As superl.: robtar iatt...teachta robtar eallmha ésccaidhe dia erḟuagra [sic leg.] the speediest messengers Hugh Roe 290.11 (f. 76b) . Cf. dí laim escaide fri nem RC xv 491.4 , where escaide seems pp., the arms extended towards heaven (?). Cf. eiscsiu. Further down we have di laim fœna the arms hanging down.

escaide

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adj (? Mid. Ir. substitution for eiscsiu Ériu xix 70 ): i ssesam di laim escdi .i. escaidi fri nem 'standing with both arms extended towards heaven' Ériu xix 62 § 23 .

éscaide

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Forms: forescaidi, nephéscide, nephæscaidiu

adj io-iā (ésca) lunar: fris in da mí deacc æscaidi lunar months Thes. ii 33.24 . forescaidi super-lunar 33.27 . nephéscide moonless (gl. σκοτομήνη) Ml 29d14 . neph- æscaidi (gl. inlumen) 30a5 . isind nephæscaidiu (gl. in scotomene) 30a1 . lasin cet-adhnadh éscaidhe lunar kind- ling CCath. 2326 . neime escaidhe, sugha nofaisctis a brechta druad-si asind escca lunar poisons 4134 . tar an mbliadain ésgaidhi (oppd. to: an b. griandaighi), O'Gr. Cat. 306.4 .

éscaidecht

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n f. (éscaid) promptness, readiness, speed: tuir catha ar calmadus, amhus ar éscaidhecht, CCath. 353 . éasgaidheacht fhomóis prompt obedience TSh. 10852 . suilbhire ┐ éusguidheacht san ccrábhadh, Parrth. Anma 241.15 = Luc. Fid. 155.11 . friochnamh nō ēsccoidhecht a n-aghaidh na leisce, Celtica i 190.950 . crēd hé an nī an friochnamh nō an ēscuidhecht? Deithbhir ┐ sōlās chum gach ní dhīobh so do dhēnamh 192.1033 . See also éscacht .

escail

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(late vn. of eiscid, Laws Gl.) leave, permission: a escail do dul ar a cenn leave given him to go for it (explaining uriasacht) Laws iii 254.13 Comm. dul ar cend sét cin escail do on fhir bes a aí aei, O'Dav. 108 .

escaín

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adj (neg. of caín) rough, unsmooth , as subst. the rough, uneven side; esp. the inner surface of a wall, etc.: fri Leth C. caín in tsléibe...is a hescaín fri Leth M., Met. Dinds. iii 308.79 . re cneasdáoibh í Ch... | easgáoin a sgéith dhuinn go dlúith IGT, Introd. § 33 . da mbia... eascaoín na gcluas ag ionntógh amach signigid bás, 23 K 42, 166.2 . do chaoin uaighfidh re t'eascaoin (to a castle), Measgra D. 56.132 . do-ní bás an corp greannach no easgcaoin, TSh. 1266 . i nduine mhór easgcaoin 8972 . labhraidh an saidhbhir go heasgcaoin 1271 . treasaidheacht eascaoin rude assault Hackett xxv 3 . léinteacha eascaoine PCT 103 .

escaine

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Forms: escaíne, eascaine, eascaoine

n later also escaíne f. malediction, cursing: escaine Hérenn, Lothra Ireland's curse, Lorrha (ref. to the curse pronounced on Tara by Ruadán of L.) Triads 20 . dom anacul...ar escuni, ar digail LL 360 left marg. cach oen blaises, linaid fearg ┐ escaine fills with anger and malediction YBL 83a47 . tír na mallachtan ┐ na hescaine, Todd Lect. vi 35.12 . Common with subj. gen.: ullidu escaine Colmain the scar (?) of C.'s curse BColm. 76.6 . da ṡaoradh ar esguine Adamnáin, TFrag. 100.10 ; 102.3 . cocadh do ḟass...tre easgaine cleireach RC xviii 151 . 12 . Cog. 92.17 . tria esccaine Cholaim C. for Síol mB., FM vi 2104.2 . With obj. gen.: tre esguine a athar through the curse pronounced on his father TFrag. 102.12 . As vn.: cliar rea n-esccuine cursing them BNnÉ 250.6 . naeim da eascaine MR 232.19 . senad Adamnáin... | ac escaine Irgalaig, Met. Dinds. i 20.88 . gan a clann d'easguine not to curse her offspring TFrag. 102.9 . (p)salm escaine maledictory psalm: gabais [Patraic] salmu escaine foraib, Trip. 114.11 . o ragabsad in cuire | salma arda esgaine YBL 173a41 = LL 149bz ( SG 70 ). See Hib. Min. 44 ff . rosuidigestar A. ordd n-escoine doaib .i. psalm cach laithe, etc., a ritual of malediction Cáin Ad. 32 . renda escaine points (pricks) of malediction Laws v 12 y Comm. mar do ghrádhúigh sé easgaine agus tigeadh si air, Ps. cix 17 . doní a ithiomraidh no a esgaoine, Parrth. Anma 177.4 = Luc. Fid. 111.4 . eascaine `male- diction' sometimes eascaoine, P. O'C. ? escoine co tairchitol, ZCP iii 22.17 . Cf. escon.