eterléimm, eterléimm

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n n, n. (léimm) leaping between, intervening: in gramm. term: dialt n-etarléimme an unstressed syllable occurring between two alliterating words : he, es, em, co, tre, tair, do, o, fo, fair [leg. for ?], dialt n-etarlemmi in sin lasin filid, Auraic. 1312 . (of the declen- sion of fer :) e, es, in, co, tre, tar, sech fer a dialt n-etarleime 1803 . a dealt n-etarléime .i. remshuidigud óenshillaibe eter da chomfhuaim fhidraid, ut...[o thí oc techt for lind lond] ced leth co bráth, etc. (where lond, the last word of a stanza, is separated from leth, the first stressed word of the following stanza, by the unstressed ced) 5362 . 4680 - 5 . d. n-eitterleime, d. n-eiterleime YBL 232a12 , 13 = Auraic. 3880 - 1 .

eterlén, etarlén

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n (lén) perplexity, anxiety, trouble : gébtha in drong find fu roth nél | dund nassad nad etarlén to the gathering where there is no sorrow Im. Br. 59 (edarlen, eterlen v.l.). atarḟail cen duine trén | ar n-oenur i n-etarlén we are alone in sore strait SR 3762 . conna betis Ulaid i n-etarlén [ḟ]rithalma ar cind a mbidbad at a loss to defend themselves against their foes CRR 9 . nae bliadna .xxx. ba tren | Flann Fodla gan eterlen without any misfortune BB 50b26 = MacCarthy 422.18 . cuig bliadna is coic cet gan len | isan Roim gan ederlen ZCP viii 115 § 23 . ni frith fer gan elang no gan etirlen (of warriors tested for courage and coolness) MR 200.15 . Cf. as maith an t-adhbar eidirlín ata agam (a scribal note : `good material for a trap I have [here]' O'Gr. ; good cause of sorrow I have ?) O'Gr. Cat. 125.26 .

eterlín

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n trap : as maith an tadhbar eidirlín atá agam misi Domnall 'good material for a trap I have [here]. I am Domnall' O'Gr. Cat. 125 . atá damhna in idirlíne againn dá lige bhar nuamhan féin dúin a sgribhadh 'we have wherewithal to make a 'trap' [here], did but the fear of yourself permit us to write it' 139 .

etermedón

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n (medón) centre, middle: i tuasciurd ┐ i ndesciurd ┐ i n-etermedón trichait chét Cualnge TBC 1541 . i n-etermedon in aeoir...eter escai ┐ talmain LB 198b46 = PH 6987 . robúi pupull in tSabhdain ina n-eidirmedhon (i.e. of the other tents) ZCP vi 59.5 . a n-etarmethon na ric[h]isi, Aisl. Tund. 102.3 . a hetirmethon na richisi 106.12 ( = ar lár na teinedh 128.1 . as lar na t. 132.5 ). go mbadar i n-edirmedón a mbiodhbhadh FM iii 322.1 .

etersídaigthe

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n peacemaker: a etirsidaigthi na n-uili duine Hib. Min. 43.7 .

etersnídid

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Forms: itersnidith

n i (snïid) one that spins between: itersnidith nó aiersnidith (gl. aranea) a between-spinner (i.e. between trees, etc.) Enchir. Aug. 80b , ZCP vii 483 . ib. 492 .

etge

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x see etnge.

étge(d)

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Forms: eitged

n m. a kind of offence (`criminality caused by sheer wantonness, with no excuse of ignorance, but not premeditated' Atk., Laws vi s.v. Cf. Cóic Conara 30 § 15 ), negligence GEIL 152-53 , irresponsible acts Bloodshed and Compensation in Ancient Ireland 6 . eitged i. ain eiti as do thir, ce ros-gní dith n-oco ni erranar dondi asa aí, ar it he ceithri anmand cinath conlat ar diuit : tucait, ag, acais, etgid...ruced didiu eitged conid ainm cach gnīma na dēne nech ar elgoin, O'Mulc. 456 . eitged, cin laisin nGaedilgid, Laws iii 90.3 . aithgin gach edge .i. aitgin is in cinuid donithur resna hinnilibh ima lecad is in lis a mbiat, no is in mbuailid a mbid...in inbuidh ro osluicc na hinuta sin...┐ ni ro iat ar ési (of injury to cattle through carelessness on the part of person distraining) ii 54.13 . dia rabat na deithbirse so [sic] air .i. anfis no ances no econnus no etged `injury through inadvertence' i 102.22 Comm. mad étged no anfes, lethfiach ind ┐ arra cuir as n-étged ┐ as n-anfes, Cáin Ad. 35 . na da fodail dec eitged , Laws iii 94.10 (g p. ?). cipe fogail eitge triasa ferfaiter cned orro iii 356.15 . cidhbe fogail etgidh, Cóic Conara 53 § 111 . ciped fodail etgid triasinn-ernaiter na cinta `' 20 § 13 . cenal in t-etged co cenalib fai `e.¤' is a genus with subgenera Laws iii 96.15 . diuit rimbreth netged sin, CIH iv 1261.2 .

? etgene

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x (? leg. etercéne ZCP xx 487 or atgéne Comp. CC 60 § 79 ):ge garid gé étgene LU 126a10 = ZCP iii 258 .

etgo

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x ar etgo i n-eclais Dé, Laws v 118.12 . Cf. 1 étugud.

étgud

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Forms: netgutha, nedgudu, netguba

n u, o; m. (cf. étach) covering, clothing, apparel, garment: slúag...na sacart...i n-étgud epud lineo SR 6206 ( = i n-etghud efud lined LB 129a4 ). in-étgodaib cilecda 6872 . etgud Ailella do gabail immi TBC 2837 . BB 207a27 . ben a erriud ┐ a étgud de TBC 4061 . timthacht ...d'etgud cacha datha 3028 . bai da etgud imbi .i. fuan, etc. TBC² 2038 . tucait cucu...a n-étguda eter chorcair ┐ gorm ┐ dub TBC 66 . rohir dam... .x. n-étgudu (netgutha, nedgudu, netguba MSS), Ériu ii 3.11 . as iad robdar édghadha dia ccorpaibh aineachtair, colbhadha cloich- sneachta acc réodh dá gach leth impa FM vi 1918.8 . ag cuingidh creice...a n-erradh...┐ a n-édghadh n-uasal FM vi 2010.3 . etir biathadh ┐ etghudh, Auraic. 169 . edghadh nocht clothing the naked O'Hussey, T.C. 229 y . eadghadh nocht, MacAingil 310.10 . míl étgudo louse (gl. peduculum) Enchir. Aug. 83b , ZCP vii 484.21 . búaid n-étgaid, búaid n-airm RC xxix 211 § 3 . LL 47a6 . ni ro ansat... fri a n-édgadh nach fri a fforbhruta armour (?) FM vi 2032.21 .