escaire, escairid

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x see esgair-.

esca(i)t

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Forms: hescata, eascaigh, isgada, eascada, iscaiti

n f. haunch, ham, back of thigh: na hescata (gl. poplites) Lor. Gild. 184 . cusna hescata (gl. gambas) 180 . faircli ┐ esgat a lanomna in gluin, Auraic. 5035 ( = ecsait 1854 ). eascat righ, Lec. 367b29 = eascaigh r., Anecd. ii 79. 23 . a sála ┐ a orcni ┐ a escata TBC² 1934 . TBC 2595 (iosgata St isgada H). a t[h]raigthi iarma ┐ a escata remi (of a distorted body) TBC² 1451 . a da escait ┐ a dá sáil rempe RC viii 54.14 = LL 115b11 . eascada (iosccada v.l.) FDG 139 = MR 20.4 . lúirech...nosdítned ó hó co hescait, TTr.² 1000 . ro thescsat a leth-iscait ndeiss foei they strung his right ham PH 554 . doleice urchor don ghai do co n-ermaid i mbel a eascaidi co mbert a rind iter a glun ┐ a colptha, Lec. 367b30 = iscaiti, Anecd. ii 79.24 . do ghéarr sé ioscada a n-each, Josh. xi 9 , 6 . labram anois d’eslainte cos tosuigh na n-ech … gerb isguiti 'we come now to ailments of the forelegs of horses … gerb isguiti [scab of the knee]' Celtica ii 34 § 9 .

escal

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x see esgal.

escalchaill

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n (a hybrid compd.) a wood of (Italian) oak: gl. esculetum Sg 53a7 .

éscamail

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adj i (ésca) lunar: mí éascamhail lunar month Corp. Astron. 10.15 .

escand

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n a vessel for bailing or dispensing water: escconn, es-cand .i. esc uisce ┐ cand nomen ind lestair. escand [cann LB] didiu lestar bis ag dail uisci ┐ a coss tria medon, Corm. Y 519 . is escand la Brethnæ unde candæ nominatur 568 .

1 escar

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Forms: eascar

n (ess-scar; cf. Ped. ii 615 ).

I Of vegetation, springing up, shooting, ripening, blossoming: eascar a shooting into ear, a blowing, an opening, separation, spreading, expanding or parting P. O'C. ré linn easgair ┐ aipche (of corn), TSh. 9121 . dobhéra tú air do ṡíol eascar, Is. xvii 11 (hence eascar `flourish' Kirk ). Cf. do raobadh beárna i n-áitibh eascair, Ó Bruad. i 30.3 . a lion scoid gairbescuir ra a cnes 'a rough linen cloth next her skin' (lit. rough-grown?) ZCP xxxvi 71 .

II An overthrow, fall; esp. of a fall from horseback: lair is laech ic lem iar n-esgar uirre IT iii 101 § 181 . M....do escor, corbo crolighi báis dó AU 1003 . M....do escur co robrised a choss, 1008 . dorala L. iarna esgar roimpisi dia cois, Aen. 2839 . C. do marbadh dh'esgur AU 1341 (do esccor FM ). co rogonadh a ech ┐ co torcair don escar sin la Cenel C. 1201 . U....do marbadh d'escur ar toitim dó da eoch 1297 . tuitis an t-each go dtarla C. fúithe, gur briseadh a mhuinéal... san eascar soin, Keat. iii 3253 . fuil each oc eascar dib `blood (shed) by horses when leaping' (blood shed by falling from horses ? with gl.: in tan ocrus se sin a scát[h] no a preapa when [the owner] gives warning of their shying or starting 154.25 ) Laws v 152.5 . escar Gaoidhel ég énfhir the death of one man is the downfall of the Gaels O'Gr. Cat. 389.12 . ná bí ar buile do mhian bhan...ná dén escar 662.16 . a Chriosd...do thogaibh Dauidh as easgar a phecaidh, Parrth. Anma 342.21 . cach combrug dogeibh neach o toitim no o esgar, C iv 2, 25vb 12 . Cf. esgar .i. osgar .i. leim, ut est: slóg Isu án esgar [ Fél. Prol. 63 ], O'Dav. 774 ; and: ni hescor sáitha atchi, Fianaig. 16 § 47 . dia hescur ní hergithar LL 150a12 .

2 escar

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Forms: eascar

n o, m. IGT, Decl. § 17 . a cup, goblet: eascar a cup, goblet P. O'C. caire dabach esgar ian, Cóic Conara 45.9 (= escra Laws i 134.11 ). roinn easgar n-ōir IGT, Decl. ex. 762 . easgar airgid nó bleidhe béildearg óir, TSh. 486 . Cf. escra.

escarae

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Forms: hescarait, escarat, esccarat, easccairdib, escaruit, eascáirde, n-ésccairdeadha, escarnamat

n nt, m. enemy, adversary: escara .i. ni cara, O'Mulc. 428 . cense fri cách eter carit et escarit Wb 30b27 . na hescarait (gl. inimicos) Lor. Gild. 42 ; 18 (gl. hostibus). coimdi carut, is e eccoimdi escarut, Laws v 338.23 Comm. ba hescara bunaidh do C. in fer isin, CCath. 3021 . ar son escarat 6003 . guin...esccarat 5674 . da easccairdib 2969 . da imdegail ar a escairdip 5405 . m'escaruit my enemies Ériu iv 214.2 . réidhigh go luath réd h'easgcaruid, Matt. v 25 . fo smacht a n-eascarad, Keat. iv 13.27 . m'eascáirde , Ps. xxvii 2 . ar n-ésccairdeadha , Luc. Fid. 253.2 . ar fhuraileamh a easgcarad .i. an diabhail, TSh. 2464 . an triar easgcarad úd an duine 2127 . saor inn or n-easgcairdibh, Parrth. Anma 18.7 . ga mhéid esccara ag an anam ? 245.4 . Luc. Fid. 157.3 (ésccara). ar a easg- cáirdibh, TSh. 2763 . COMPD.: escar-náma foe: g p. aga imcoimét ar armaibh a escarnamat ZCP vi 30.32 . aga imdhiden ar urcuraibh a escarnamud 57.6 .

escaraid

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Forms: rohescart[h]ar, rohescarthar, roescrad

v (1 escar)

I Intrans. shoots forth, flourishes: luath ar an ccioth mhesdar mall | ní esgar ioth 'na ionam early comes the downpour which is expected late, corn does not ripen in due time 23 L 17, 30 (cf. Ir. Monthly 1920, 108 ). Cf. ó d'eascaras gan airgiod since I have grown up (?) or have chanced to be (?) Ó Bruad. iii 162.13 .

II Trans. overthrows, lays low , and in pass. is over- thrown, falls: pass. pres. subj. cona rohescart[h]ar mé | is na rohescarthar m'ech ZCP i 455.14 . perf. roescrad co[r] roimid a chenn `was cast down' Trip. 240.8 . isin tṡlu- aghadh sin rohescradh Cú Uladh co nderbailt de was thrown (off a horse) AU 1104 . FM . rohescradh Gilla Brenainn...corusdíchendsad Mumnigh `fell' RC xviii 161. 27 . ra heaschrad e da eoch fen ┐ adbath, TTebe 1694 . an Aodh-chlann... | do heasgradh go haon-chrann siúil the A.-kindred have been laid low to the last mast Ir. Monthly 1921, 243 .

escaratrad

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n (caratrad) enmity : eissith ┐ escaratrad TTr. 2255 .