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.

es(s)onóir

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n f. (onóir) dishonour, contumely, insult: ata essanóir do Dia ann (sc. adaltras) PH 7424 . tuc sé essanoir don spirut nóem 7518 . an oidhchi do gabad ar Tigerna...tucad asanair gér dó, Maund. 15 . tuccadar asanóra dó insults 16 . tuc sé athais mor bheóil dó ┐ esonóir mór láimhe abuse and mishandling Ériu v 174.1 . do cuimnigh O. in easonóir fuair fen uadha the insult he had received from him Fier. 243 . ar son na hesanora tuc da senathair 19 . is mí- maise mór a beth fa essanóir to be dishonoured PH 7387 . co mba himda cuirp saerclann...fo esonoir, CCath. 4087 . lot ┐ easonóir, Prov. vi 33 . With obj. gen.: aithid air bar n-esanóir `revenge on him your insults' MR 218.8 . i ndigail a dimiadha ┐ a easonora for the indignity and dis- honour offered to him 42.3 ; 110.11 . lucht m' inghrema ┐ m' esonóra BNnÉ 266.27 . With subj. gen.: mar dobádur cusaniugh fa daeire ┐ fa esanóir imperedh...co mbetdís... fat daeirsi-si ┐ fat esanoir, Maund. 197 . fa asanoir impere ib.

esonórach

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adj o-ā

I Not respected; despised: mad bocht [in deorad] is miscnech eisonorach `hated and without honour' Todd Lect. vi 41 .

II Insulting, disrespectful: adubairt in seighleir ria co h[e]asanorach, Fier. 88 .

esonóraigid

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Forms: easonoraighis, essonoraiged

v g dishonours, insults, treats with con- tumely: pret. easonoraighis co mor é TBC 3897 St (asonoroighios ZCP x 295 ). pass. corat crochad leis ┐ corat essonoraiged LB 231a24 . do héasonoruighedh é ag tarraing a éudaigh dhe, Parrth. Anma 419.8 .

esonórugud

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n u, m. insulting, dishonouring: mo blaith- eglais...d'esonorughadh, Ériu v 92.1 . iar n-easonorughadh Bachla Iosa FM ii 1152.14 . dorigne máer an baile esonorachadh a cuirt in áirdespuic committed sacrilege Expug. Hib. 24 .

esorcist

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Forms: (eso)rcist(ib)

n exorcist: (eso)rcist(ib) (gl. exorcistis) Arm. 183b1 ( Thes. i 497.36 ). Cf. exarc—

esorcnid

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n i (as-oircc) a smiter, slayer: d p. donaib essoircnidib (gl. plagiariis wrongly taken as fr. plaga a blow) Wb 28a5 .