esngairthe

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Forms: esngarthi

io-iā (part. of as-congair) announced, pro- claimed: g s m. esngarthi (gl. edicti) Ml 94b5 .

esngairthi

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Forms: esngarthib

(verb. necess. of as-congair) to be announced: betis esngarthib (gl. indicandis) Ml 104d7 .

esnill

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x see eisinnill.

esóc

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Forms: easóg, easóg

n f. a weasel or small rodent: easóg a weasel P. O'C. n s. an easóg , Lev. xi 29 . easog Ériu x 153 . g s. cusmailius coluim no esoigi a ndath glegel ZCP vi 92.28 .

esóenta

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Forms: esaenta, esóentad

n t (later undecl.), f. (óentu) disunion, dissen- sion, quarrel, strife: n s. ro deliged in esaenta sin that dispute was settled LB 158b20 . ótá an easaonta ag adhaint TD 18.13 . eassaénta choccaidh ar n-eirghe FM vi 1934.22 . cor ḟás sesilbe ┐ esæntaid mor isin popul LB 150b27 . a s. co fuair esaentaid ┐ imresain ona ludaidib 150b20 . baili i mbia ḟailti cen esaentaig YBL 168b44 . trésan easaonta ┐ trésan siosma do bhíodh idir na Gaedhealaibh, Keat. iii 2915 . an sid gan [e]asaonta RC xxviii 322.5 . do rinneadar easáonta ad' aghaidh, Ps. v 10 . g s. i n-oéntaid esóentad demna LU 33a43 . fochunn daebtha no essoentad, TTr.² 264 . adhbar essaenta (esaentad, essaentae v.l.), CCath. 226 . fáth easaonta TD 24.2 . Keat. ii 6281 . teine na hesáonta RC xxv 392.16 . ruathar easaonta a hostile charge CF p. 63.153 . d s. do bhí an cúigeadh... | lán d'easaonta TD 21.38 . As vn.: oc debaid no ic essaentaid PH 4519 . beid na taise 'sna tombaibh | ag easaonta TD 4.24 .

esóentach

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adj o-ā (esóenta)

I Disunited, at variance: go mbídís féin easaontach ré chéile fá iomchosnamh Éireann, Keat. iii 76 .

II Hostile, violent: gurab borb easaontach an caidreabh do-bheiridís na deamhain dó, TSh. 4158 .

As adv.: lámhuighidh go heasaontach na deóraidh ib. 3743 agá tharraing go he.¤ ré fromhadh na meala against his will 7425 . tug go he.¤ as an mainistir amach é `against [his] will' Keat. iii 1948 . beirid go he.¤ ar Thuirgéis seized T. by force 2846 . 2835 . do bhádar trí ríogha easaontacha orra `they were ruled by three disunited kings' ML 2.4 .

esóentadach

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adj o-ā (esóenta)

I Discordant, quarrelsome, disturbed: fogur...eccubaid esæntadach, CCath. 4165 . bá nemhsóinmhech esaontadhach robás ó Clochar Mac nD. go Ráith C. unhappy and disturbed was the state (of the district) from C. to R. FM vi 1944.7 . cinedh mor esæntadach ullumh chum cathaigthi do sir ZCP xiii 180.2 .

II Hostile, violent, forcible: in t-iachtad esæntadach doronsat Iude...i n-agaid Isu Crist hostile clamour D iv 2 40 [38]vb 22 . no tairraingfed co hasæntadach asan immdhaigh he would drag him forcibly 73 [63]vb 22 .

esóentaigid

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v g (esóenta) disagrees, opposes: ro chinnset a comairli ┐ nir easaentaig in t-ardflaith 'na n-agaid sein `did not dissent from them' MR 120.24 .

? esola

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n : púdar easola maille siucra, Med. MS , ZCP xx 486 .

? esomla

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n : tairg ... | gleic re hesomhla th'aignid 'turbulence' O'Gr. Cat. 458 .

es(s)omon

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Forms: essemón

n I A cessation of fear, hence a respite; a truce: ronbith essoman lais co comtastar fer do let us have a truce with him TBC² 1235 (essomon, Eg. essemón LU). essomon tri laithi ┐ teora n-aidchi RC xxv 346.14 . dorónsat essomon trī laa ┐ n-oidchi etarru ZCP viii 312.17 . ailthus E. imm esomon asks them for a truce 313.5 . gaid essomon bliadna do a respite, delay Anecd. iii 59.3 . digensat essomon fri soegul nO. 60.13 .

II A welcome: fearus Eochaidh esemain (.i. fáilti) fris ZCP v 523 x . fuidis Guaire essomuin friu, Arch. iii 3.9 . easomain .i. fáilte, O'Cl. Cf. esamain, esamnae.