estoaiscthe

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Forms: estoaiscthiu, estoaiscthiu

io-iā (part. of as-toasci). compressed, compact, succinct , compar.: as estoaiscthiu (gl. pressiore) Ml 62a10 . 70b11 . Adv. compar.: ind estoaiscthiu (gl. pressius) 107c16 .

esto(a)iscthi

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Forms: estoiscthi

(verb. necess. of as-toasci) fit to be pressed: rendering Lat. gerundive: bed estoiscthi (gl. inprimendam) Ml 134b2 .

estó(a)sc

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Forms: estoisc, estoasc, estoasc, aestóasc

o (vn. of as-toasci) pressing, squeezing: aimser i ndentae estosc inna fine wine-pressing Ml 24d9 . g s. aimser estoisc fíne 102c7 . d s. huand estoasc (gl. impres- sione) 144c8 . 97a15 . Transf. expressing, to express: n s. estoasc a chéille to express its meaning Ml 114a9 . do aestóasc a cheille Sg 30b4 .

? estrach

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ind : ruhic huili crist cumachtach conhuala arruala ronmora m̅c dé diamotraig estrach ciatasa cotiasa, IT iii.1 51.28 .

estrecht

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x see eisrecht.

esumal

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adj o-ā (umal) disobedient, presumptuous, rebellious, unruly: is easumhal labras tú, Fier. 12 . O Ruairc...do bheith esumhal do Gallaibh a ffoghmar na bliadhna so `disobedient' FM v 1742.8 . an damhradh óg easumhal (of roving soldiery) TD 21.8 . beid dáoine...easumhal dá n-aithribh ┐ dá máithribh, 2 Tim. iii 2 . ón druing atá easumhal a Niudea, Rom. xv 31 . Cf. do cuir druim ris co heasimhul, Fier. 240 .

esumla

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n f. (esumal) disobedience, presumption, rebellion: docoidh...a n-[e]asumla for an imper rebelled against Maund. 130 . ní ḟuair do ḟreasabhra ris | buain le heasumhla d'aithris TD 17.41 .

esumlacht

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n f. (esumal) disobedience: gach uile easumh- lachd, Heb. ii 2 . fán n-esumlacht do rínedar [Ádhamh ┐ Eabha] ag ithi ubhaill, MacAingil 155.6 . ar chloinn na heasumlachda, Eph. v 6 . do réir chosamhlachda asumh- lachda Adhuimh, Rom. v 14 .

esurrad

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n m. (airrad) one who has lost his rank of freeman, a landless man (?); the precise technical meaning is uncertain, and the word does not seem to be very old (cf. anurrad); only recorded in sense of lawless rover, out- law: amhais ┐ esuraid mercenaries and brigands (?) Ériu viii 40.11 . ro triallsatt eassurradha ┐ meirligh Mumhan iadhadh ina uirtimcheall FM v 1792.19 . amhais ┐ easur- radha ┐ lucht tuillmhe ┐ tuarusdail `insurgents' 1654.6 . ag díchendadh urradh ┐ easurradh na ccendtar `chieftains and rebels' FM v 1698.2 . mad aniar [gaires an drean] esurraid dobi cucaib, Ériu viii 122.25 . Cf. maith gach ní ón esurradh, Dánta Gr.² 57.1 . feall orm...ní leanabh é ar easurraidh I will not seek satisfaction from a brigand (?) GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 564 .

esurradas

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n m. presumption: cluinfid an pobal...┐ ní déanuid easurradhas ní is mó, Deut. xvii 13 (cf. urramhas IGT, Decl. ex. 1026 = Ir. Monthly. 1919, 285 ).

esurraim

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n f. (airraim) irreverence, disrespect, disobedience: tír na sroigell ┐ na heisurruma, Todd Lect. vi 36.2 . gach easurraim dar féad sinn | duit... | tug mé acht gan mé dod bhualadh, Ir. Monthly 1921, 113 . do mhothuigh Pól easurraim a chéadfadh do riaghail a réasúin, TSh. 2104 .