etargáin, etragáin

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n interposing between, protecting: doluid in t-abuc... | do edargain ettorro BB 351b48 (= etargaire, Met. Dinds. i 18.70 ). trotaid...fearr damsa a n-eadargain, ol N. they fight. I ought to separate them, said N. 265a46 (= edargairi RC xxiv 194 y < YBL). conach raibhe d'edragain etarra acht madh a scéith ITS v 64.1 . ro búi F. ag edracain ┐ ag imdítean Finn, Fianaig. 72.25 . Cf. etráin.

etargaire

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n io, n.

I An intervening, interfering (between two persons), a separating (two combatants) : eadarghaire .i. dealughadh separating O'Cl. trí fuidb dotcadaig : ráthaiges, etargaire, fiadnaise mediation Triads 135 . doberar béimm n-etargaire ina chinn `the blow of media- tion is dealt on his head' (i.e. the mediator gets a knock for his pains) ib. fuil etargaire bloodshed due to interference 154 . dligid ugra etargaire, Anecd. iii 13.22 = LL 345d10 . fognithea etargaire eturru TBC 4578.5133 . atbert C. na romarbta Cu ┐ ni tharthus a edargaire co romarbaid simul BB 350a27 ( Petrie's Tara 139 ) = RC xv 281 z . ní rabi...fer nolamad a n-etargaire who would dare to interpose between them FB 15 . is mebol duit cen etargaire na deisi-se LL 120b39 . darónais a n-etargaire thou hast separated them 120b42 . Ua C. ┐ Fir na C. do theacht do gabhail tighe ar mhacaibh M.; ro marbhadh cellóir...etorra occa n-ettargoire FM iii 178.3 . do érigh F....da n-eadargaire ar a cele TBC p. 651 n. 4 (St). T. mac A....do mharbhadh...i n-eadairghaire i longport F. `during his interference (to quell a quarrel)' FM iii 274.2 . Cf. v 1680.6 . ni tria ṡainṡerc roscarsat acht uamhan aroile dia n-etarghaire dread of one another separated them, Hugh Roe 148.10 (f. 39b) . fri fer n-etargaire `the person who interferes' Laws iii 238.2 Comm. ben la fer, ni dleghar gan etarghaire etarru, Leb. Gab. i 30.7 .

II As gram. t., separating, distinguishing by means of inflection, inflection itself (of gender, person and comparison) as a means of distinction: secht n-eatargaire dochuisneat .i. a ngrad condeilg lasin Laitneoir is eatargoiri a n-ainm lasin filid...etargoire n-inchoisc hi persaind: unnse (.i. in fer) unnsi (.i. in ben) onnar (.i. i [= a] nem): etargoire in inchoisc persainni, me faden, tu faden, etc. ...etargaire persainni i ngnim: darignius, darignis, etc. ...etargaire persainni i cessadh: rom-char-sa, rot-char su, etc. [nom-cartar-sa, not- carthar-si Auraic. 3356 ] ...etargaire derscaigthi i nderscugud .i. maith ┐ ferr ┐ ferrsom...etargaire mete i mmetugud: mor ┐ moo ┐ moosom; etargaire lughaigthi i l-lugh[ug]udh: bec ┐ lugum [sic] ┐ lugusomh, Auraic. 639 - 659 . 3261 . 682 . 3298 . is e in fear ┐ rl. is etargaire eter fhemen ┐ mascul insin; no is etargaire intan deifriche fri neach n-aili co n-anmaim a athar senrud. innsci in tan asberar is e nama gen eraill maille fris 586 . fid ┐ deach rem ┐ forbaid alt ┐ insci ┐ etargaire BB 296b32 (= IT iii 6 n 34 ). Auraic. 5066 . in cenel no in gne in etargoiri? 894 . See ZCP xvii 283 - 284 .

etargairech

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adj o-ā (etargaire) n (one) who intervenes, mediates (?): rop slan etarggairech fírion itir lobru ┐ triunu, Laws iv 334.12 (`let him be sound, distinguishing (fairly) and upright between weak and strong' PRIA xxxvi C 16, 303 ).

etargal

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adj ...Ernmass ard a gal | Fiachra echtach etargal LL 11a23 = eadarglan BB 35a41 .

etargánaid

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Forms: eadarghánais

v (etargáin) intervenes between; protects: pret. sg. 3 eadarghánais ar a chéile iad, Mac. an Iolair 33.23 .

etargánaide

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n a mediator: g s. iodhbairt an eadar- gánaidhe = sacrificium mediatoris TSh. 4509.4968 .

etarglas

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adj o-ā greenish (?): don usce uar uainide etarglas BB 243a21 .

etargna

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x see etargne.

1 etargnad

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adj o-ā (gnáth) known, recognised: combad etarcnad doib (gl. quibus voluit...notas facere.) Wb 26d12 . ni ed a met as n-etarcnad dun known to us (gl. non solum percipimus) Ml 138a12 . dú diarbu etarcnad in macc hísin whence that Son hath been recognised Tur 22 . Cf. etargnaid.

? 2 etargnad

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n (a by-form or miswriting of etargnugud?) making known, interpreting, expounding: etargnadh firinne distinguishing (making known?) truth O'Dav. 804 (this may be for etargne, q.v.). do foillsighedh dosam tre etargnad eolais, Ériu viii 18.19 . rofiarfaighsed da fāidhibh...etar[g]nud ┐ aithni ar n[a] gaethaib 12.20 . tuailing coicerta .i. beas cuimgeach etargnud na breithi sechtair iar n-a coimcertugad do far menmain, Laws v 98.12 Comm. euturgnod goutha, Auraic. 3717 (= etargnaghudh gotha 845 ), an expl. of etargaire.

etargnaid

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adj i (cf. etargnad) recognised, known, under- stood: etarcnaid (gl. expertum) Ml 110d14 . húas etar- gnaid dunni aní sin `since that has been known to us' Thes. ii 7.28 . dorígnis do fhlaithius conad etargnaid do cách Thou hast made Thy kingdom known unto all PH 1371 . ba etargnaid d'Óengus she was known to O. Met. Dinds. iii 390.78 . im cheist nach etargnaid `an obscure question' Lism.L. p. 326 z . etargnaidh .i. atgeoin .i. co follus, O'Dav. 804 .