? etarchor

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n m. intercession: [ferid inn e]tirchorsa in spirut nóib, 'the Holy Spirit makes this intercession' Wb. 4 b 1 .

etarchossaít

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n (cossaít) complaining of one person to another, stirring up mutual recrimination or strife (between two persons) : trí indlach ┐ etarchossáit Ailella ┐ Medba incitement TBC 3483.3772 . go mbái oc indloch ┐ oc etarchossait eter na da dúnad engaged in fomenting strife and sowing dissension 5729 . dia n-ebairt Guaire dia n-etarchosaid, Anecd. i 7.13 . doronadh edarchosaoid mor ┐ ionnlach adbhal etorra FM iii 452 x . doróine iondlach ┐ edarchosaoíd na senghomh dorala... etir Cenel cConaill ┐ Eocchain FM v 1766.2 . g s. an mhathair...ba congnamh imbressna ┐ etorchossaide doibh promoted their mutual contention Fl. Earls 124.9 .

? etarcrothad

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n a vigorous shaking : do iadh F. a dha ghlaic fa chuirr thosaigh [sic leg.] na luinge ┐ tuccustair etharcrathadh anbhail fuirre `gave it a dreadful wrench' ITS v 86.20 .

etarcn-

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x see etargn-.

etar-comla

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v collects : etarcomla .i. tinol, ut est ni tualaing faesam fir robrui selbh nad etarcomla .i. mane derbthinola amuigh in cutruma tuc amach, O'Dav. 784 .

etardefrig-

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x see eterdethbirig-.

etardelig-

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x see eterdelig-.

etardeochraigid

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Forms: etardeochraigius

v g distinguishes between, differentiates: pres. 3 s. rel. is e sin in cenel etardeochraigius na huile the genus which differentiates all (the species) Auraic. 3777 .

etardersc-

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x see eterdersc-.

etardibe

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x see eterdibe.

etardorcha

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adj (dorcha) gloomy, dark: risin tír n-etor- dorcha anall `lightless' (of Hell) RC xxvi 154.18 = FA 24 LU.