etech

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o, n. (vn. of as-toing) refusal, refusing: ni eitech ...cia isto it is not refusal...though he refuse Laws v 172. 16 . ii 388.2 . O'Dav. 139 . dia ndenut etech daime if they refuse (to entertain) a company Laws i 56.23 Comm. da nderna ar n-eitech if he refuse us YBL 373a16 = Ir. Monthly 1921, 460 . brugaid cách co eitech, Tec. Cor. § 31.9 . toichniuch iar n-etiuch after refusal of hospitality Laws iv 336.4 . gan a mháoir do leiccen...fo eiteach not to dismiss his steward with a refusal BNnÉ 261.2 . ag dul uadha fa eiteach, Ir. Monthly 1921, 26 . fir nách aideómha ar n-eiteach `who will not allow me to be refused' TD 42. 2 . gen gu rugadh a eiteach `though he has not refused' (of smith who has not performed work for his neighbours) Laws v 16.4 . airnisi gobann...no cerda berar eiteach `by whom refusal is given' 16.7 (ona mberar e.¤ , footnote).

étechta

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adj io-iā (téchtae) unbecoming, improper, irregular, unlawful; that which is improper or illegal: gabail etechta `unlawful seizure' Laws ii 84.10 . g. edechta v 476.22 . athgabail éidechta iv 32.4 . in midhach etechta the unlawful (i.e. unprofessional or improperly qualified) physician v 146.22 Comm. iii 320.21 Comm. condelg n-eteichta improper comparison Auraic. 2772 (in etechtu 377 , see below). conndelg n-edtechta .i. `fors' ferr fios .i. etechta indsin, ar ni maith ainbfios 2775 . etechta doib cipe inruiret oc dul seccu it is `unlawful for them if they sting anyone' (of bees) Laws iv 176.22 . (perh. it is (a case of) illegality for them or (a case of) their being illegal). tellach co n-airim etechta (.i. ba tar eis na n-ech no imurcraid d'echuib) v 210.4 ; 20 . indrud etechta `unlawful incursion' 228.6 ; 224.6 . As subst.: atait teora aimsera inseagair éidechta la feine `on which illegalities are prosecuted' iv 32.3 . na mic dorónta i n-etechtu ┐ i n-adhaltras `begotten in illegality' TTr.² 194 . dulcius est mare P. quam cetera...┐ condelc in etechta in sin improper comparison Auraic. 732 . condelg in etechtu 377 . Cf. 662 . ni íadat iubaili for étechtu ail an unlawful blemish (?) IT i 213.23 .

étechtaide

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adj io-iā irregular, improper: ól étechtaidhe dogníth .i. mor a daithin leanna, Cóir Anm. 17 .

? etecul

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n escartach diabuil ┐ in t-etecul fas folam cin nach n-ertorad ł cin ernail maithiusa acht hilar pecad, cuirfitir iatside i pianaib suthaine LB 187b3 .

eted

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n (ette) flying: éunlaith ḟedfas eiteadh ós cionn na talmhan, Gen. i 20 .

éted

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x see étiud.

étedach

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adj (étiud)

I In armour: cūig cēd eidedac ┐ cūig cēd gan eided , Caithr. CC. 52 . In: gilla og eidedhach ZCP viii 550.8 , Acall. 5225 , we have evidently a late form of oítedach q.v.

II One who makes clothes: Ercnat callech...ba coic ┐ ba hetidach do Cholum chille robe-maker Fél. 42.7 = Trip. 668.13 .

etegail

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Forms: etechail, eteagaili

adj I Winged, able to fly: etechail (gl. volucer) Ir. Gl. 1066 .

II Flying, fluttering: na cumgat etigal la henu a parrthus ZCP iv 235 n. 19 . comtar ecnáig a thruim ┐ a glainene for ettegail dar commur a chraes ┐ a bráget `flying over the junction of his gullet and his neck' RC xiv 404.4 ( LL 108a ). re himluad ┐ re hetegail os talmain do, TTebe 587 = Celt. Rev. vii 326 . lingid in copchalli uadib i n-aeor...boi dino re ḟota thuas for etegail LB 158b30 . ni fogeb conair dom thaig acht ma thias ar ettigail RC xx 52 x . gen. in aquil so ro thuit ar scis eteagaili , TTebe 1241 . Cf. etelach.

étegnáith

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Forms: n-etegnáith, eitighnaid

adj i (cf. tecnate) not domesticated, wild: g p. aṅblúth n-én n-etegnáith úasa creit charpait LU 8604 = FB 45 (netegnaidh, Voss.). anbluth n-én n-etegnaith 8639 = FB 47 (n-eitignaid, Eg. eitighnaid, Voss.).

etel(l)

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Forms: eiteal, eteall

n ā, f. eiteal, eteall IGT, Decl. § 12 . Flying, fluttering; flight: ro eirigh do etill aerda ind-airdi D iv 2, 73 [63]va 39 . ticc...d'eitil sheabhcaidhe `stooping like a falcon' Ériu ix 4.34 . do-chúaidh cráebh d'etill tar ais the branch sprang back IGT, Decl. ex. 636 . rug eitil anonn ar neamh | 'sa bonn ar eitibh aingeal, Dán Dé v 46 . gan dul slán...tar sál d'eitil ón oiléan (: eitibh) TD 20.32 . eirgit...d'ēin-eitil aerdha ēnamail go ndechatar issin ær etorbuas, Fl. Earls 140.14 . [an t-én] ar eitil ni éir the bird does not rise on the wing Rel. Celt. ii 228.31 . do léig ar eitill `she flew away' Atl. iv 128.19 . mar éan is é gan eitil a bird unable to fly Dán Dé vii 22 . mar éan ór imthigh eiteall, Ir. Monthly 1927, 595 . an t-én is luaithi foluamain ┐ eitill RC xxviii 322.19 . cáit ar éirigh uaim d'eitill TD 39.13 . ag eitill lena sgiathánaibh, TSh. 7624 . do-ghéanaid eiteall = volabunt 10317 . na sgiatháin lé ndéanadh eitill 7628 . Of a streaming banner: éanamhail a eiteall GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 102 .

1 etel(l)ach

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adj o-ā (etel) that flies, flying: gach uile ní eitiollach ṡnáidheas `every flying creeping thing' Lev. xi 21 .