etarguidid

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v (etarguide) intercedes; implores, entreats: eadarghuidhim thú ar son Iosa Críostt, MacAingil 93.11 .

etarguidthech

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n intercessor : ad patrún, ┐ ad edarghuidhthech 'to be Patronesse & intercessour' Ériu xv 56 (58b) .

etarguthid

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n i (etarguide ?) intercessor, mediator: a etarguthid trōcar! (to the Trinity), Hib. Min. 43.19 .

1 étarisse

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Forms: etairisig

adj io-iā (tarisse) inconstant, unfaithful, dis- loyal: rop étairsi [sic] fri hÍsu (of Judas) PH 5161 . étairise rúne `not to be trusted with a secret' Tec. Corm. § 16.21 (etairisi LL 344c41 ). in fairend roptar tairissi dam for tus, is iat-sin roptar etairisi dam iar tain ┐ is mou rom trecsit PH 4020 (superl. ?). As subst.: a aingid ┐ a etarisi, in nedh do shailis dul...uaimsea (Dido to Aeneas), Aen. 793 . robatar etairise ocon ríg untrustworthy folk LL 282a35 = etairisig (?) YBL 138a10 .

2 étarisse

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n n, f. (taraissiu) unfaithfulness, disloyalty; distrust: creted cen amarcus ┐ cen etaraisi without doubt and without wavering Todd Lect. vi 24.5 . cuic bliadni deec pende fo bithin na etorisen sin `for that unfaithful- ness' Ériu ii 222.19 . ar n-etairisi-ne acut that you hold us untrustworthy CCath. 633 .

étarissinius

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n u, m. (2 étarisse) unfaithfulness, dis- loyalty: g s. comartha aimirsi ┐ étairisiniusa Iúdáis PH 5163 .

etarla

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ind ní roiched bun a bunsaige lár, trath co ngebed a barr etarla etarbuas TBC 896 . diammbé-se bǽth fíadetarlu FB 24 (-etarlae Eg. etarlam Voss., ZCP iv 156 ; leg. bǽth=ḟiad e.¤ ? though the line is still obscure). tarraid M. caem-dóit Congail eadarla eadarbhuas gan tibriud re talmain MR 300.26 . re himad...na n-arm n-edarla n-urtharsna (of scattered weapons on a field of, battle) 316.18 . See RC xx 383 for a discussion of TBC 896 , where reading etarlam ` tout à propos' `in the nick of time' is suggested; and cf. etarlam.

etarlaithide

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adj between day-times: aliter interdianum etarlaithidę, id est nox inter duos dies 'alternatively, interdianum [means] "between day-times", i.e. the night between two days' Ériu lviii 92 (Computus Einsidlensis) .

etarlam

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adj opportune (?): eadurlamh .i. sén úaire, O'Cl. ní lugu immefolngi sonartai do neuch in cotlud indaas bid suide garait no sessed etarlam than to sit for a while when there is opportunity for it (?) Ml 135a13 (`on occasion? or between whiles?' Thes. i p. 460 , p. 724 ). tanic a athair in maic etarlam opportunely (?) in the mean- while (?) Corm. Y 690 (< YBL 269b7 ). masu de chlaind Echdach... | atai, a baird... | indid etarlam nach ndúain | de chomram chruaid Chobthaich Coil ZCP xi 108 § 1 . Cf. etarlam .i. lámdæ dogni an goba cein mbis iarnd i tinid work done by the smith while the iron is in the fire (i.e. when an opportunity presents itself; or done in the mean- time?) O'Mulc. 475 . See etarla.

etarlúamain

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n i flying; in flight, on the wing: a samlaib (issamlaidh v.l.) én n-etarlúamain FB 47 .

etarlúamnach

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Forms: eadarluaimnig

adj o-ā fluttering; hovering (?) enblaith (.i. lon gaile) etarluamnach uasa erra oenchairpait LL 120a45 . As subst.; n p.: eadarluaimnig... uathbasacha aeoir `horrible aerial phantoms' MR 230.15 .