étgudach, étgothach

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adj o-ā vestured (?), sobriquet of a king : Eochu étgudach amra LL 127b27 = MacCarthy 160 (edgothach BB 46a49 ). Eochaid etgudach mac Dáire Domthig is aci-side doronta ilbrechta i n-etaigib hÉrenn LL 16b38 , 40 . E. Edghudach, Étghudhach, Cóir Anm. 73 . m. Echada etgudaich, Rawl. 135a14 . Eochaidh Éadghothach, Keat. ii 1936 . m. Echach Étguthaig ZCP viii 333.30 .

ethach

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x see aithech.

1 ethad ?

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n co fargaib fri hethad n-áig | a lethar ina leth-láim (a wild boar), Met. Dinds. iii 384.35 (hedadh, hathaig v.l.); 'gait, rush' Met. Dinds. v 252 . Cf. 3 ethad and ethaid.

? 2 ethad ?

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n ethad ┐ etham ab ædo , O'Mulc. 463 .

3 ethad

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n A Miracle of Learning= athad space of time (?) : ni bíd mias na clar occu na fuine na luchtairecht acht ethad becc opund don bíud...for barr na lasrach ┐ a ithe co hopund...lethom LB 155b54 (= athad Fermoy 47a1 ).

ethaid

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Forms: ethaid, raethsat, ra[r]ethsat, ethæ, eithea

v (eth- ` go; find, obtain, take ' Ped. ii 514 ).

I Goes : pres. ind. s. 3 ethaid o ur co hor na haba (of a ferry-boat), Corm. Y 528 . pret. and perf. s. 3 ethais cuco cethrar, Anecd. i 59 § 78 . pl. raethsat-som chuce TBC 2957 (roreatsat St, leg. ra[r]ethsat ?). Cf. co roetsatar do Mael, Anecd. ii 49.7 (roethsatar v.l.). impers.: imperat. conniastar...┐ ethar dal mbliadan friumb co feissiur fis scél RC iii 345.12 . pret. (= itum est) eatha .i. dochuaidh no do cuireadh, O'Cl. etha co Fergne RC iii 344.12 . tiagar uaib co Bodb...; etha cosuidiu 345.7 . ba holc lathe etha dó evil was the day when they went IT i 98.1 = LL 112a33 (ethai, Anecd. v 9.19 ). ba holc laithe eatha dhó .i. ba holc an lá docuas chuige, O'Cl. s.v. eatha. etha ar galaib óenfir cuici TBC² 1760 (cf. LU). ocus hetha húaidib cossna tri chóiced aili they sent to 2 . etha a n-iarair `went in pursuit of them' Laws i 64.5 . eatha uad co Mag Femin, Lec. 423a10 . ethe lasin n-óclaich `they went with' Im. Br. i 48.18 (= éthe .i. dogníther LU 134a9 . ethæ H. eithea B). ettha úadib-seom for cend Ḟiachrach, Ériu iv 126.8 . eathai guisin filidh ZCP vii 305.21 . etta for a iarraid sechnón na fidbaide LL 220a44 = TTr. 235 . With pers. subj.: etha oenḟer ara cend ó ríg... `was sent to fetch her' Met. Dinds. iv 126.41 (etta, etai v.l.).

II Seizes, obtains : pres. ind. ethaid-side in n-inchind al-láim indala n-aí ` snatches ' Death-tales 4 w = LL 124a4 . ethaid in luirg n-iairn `seizes' Otia ii 86 § 16 (< Rawl. 81a18 = eathaid BB 134b45 ). ethais giall cach coi[ci]d 87 § 7 (< Rawl. 81a38 ) = Cóir Anm. 118 .

ethait

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Forms: aithid, ~e, fe(i)th-, e(a)thaid, etaide, eathaide, eithide, ethaiti, ethaite, ethate, ethaiti, ethaidi, ethaidedha, ethaidib, ethitib

n later also aithid, ~e, and with prothetic f- fe(i)th- (the form etait-, etc., e.g. Ml 121b5 , may be due to scribal error, but cf. perh. dethach and detach). See ZCP vii. 386 . n s. (a) ethaid LB 274b49 . TTebe 2099 . (b) (f)eithide, P.O'C. a s. (a) ethait SR 2520 . LL 109a6 . e(a)thaid MR 236.7 . Buile Ṡ. 52.6 . (b) ethaide LL 410b9 . g s. etaide, Marco P. 161 . eathaide, Mac. an Iolair 32.25 . (an) eithide ITS i 120.1 . n a p. ethaiti LL 265a11 . ethaite PH 1330.1910 . LB 274b47 . Marco P. 120 . ethate, TTr.² 978 . ethaiti, Fl. Earls 236.4 . (na h)ethaidi YBL 188b10 . ethaidedha BCC § 47 . FM iv 1022 . d p. (a) ethatib PH 2939 . ethaidib, Aen. 918 . RC xxiv 190.16 . ethitib PH 3694 . (b) etaidib Ml 121b5 . g p. (?) fethuidi ZCP vi 73.7 .

A bird, fowl; a winged creature; a living creature (beast, bird or insect) in gen.: eithide a serpent, any venomous little creature P. O'C. eithid and eithide a cow (citing .i. bó, O[ld] G[lossary]) id. feithide, feathaide a beast , id. donaib etaidib (ref. to volucres) Ml 121b5 . o thuinn do thuinn | amal cach n-ethait etruim SR 2520 . conlingis C. mar cach n-ethait a haeraib RC xiv 408.27 . fiaich ┐ fennóca ┐ ethaite na coillead LB 274b47 . ethaide boinenna no anmannai boinenna, Todd Nenn. 216.7 . cu raib a corp fo conaib ┐ fiachaib ┐ ethaidib in aer, Aen. 918 . tigernus na haquili for na huilibh ethaidibh, CCath. 495 . do ethitib aeoir ┐ do biastaib talman PH 3694.2939 . mar gach n-eathaid n-ármuigi bird of prey MR 236.7 . ticdis eathaide ┐ eoin na ndithreb chuici co leathdiss a n-eiteada tairis, Ériu v 20.17 . a nduadar coin ┐ eathaidedha FM iv 1022 . ethaiti allta égcennuis an dithreib, Fl. Earls 236.4 . cosgur fiadha na fethuidi ZCP vi 73.7 .

? 1 etham

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n etham ab edo , O'Mulc. 463 . Cf. edam. Possibly identical with follg.

2 etham

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n arable land: fodla tire...eatham ┐ aineatham, Laws iv 276.2 . eatham re a mbi eatham (tir fosad a mbi maith cach maith, itir ith ┐ blicht ┐ lín ┐ glainsine ...nach eicin do frichnam tuair na slige). e.¤ tulc[h]ach; e.¤ frichnama 276.4 . fēr ethaim 94.22 Comm. maith a heathamh (a magha), sa haindreann, Hard. ii 302.11 . Cf. ethomun. Here perh.: grene gealtaithnem gries etho- moin iath ialla RC xiii 11.21 .

? 3 etham

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n ( ÉC xxi 368 , Ériu xxxii 98, 105 ) n Thursday: Diu ethamon 'Thursday (a day for sowing seed in a weekly regimen of activities?)' Ériu xxxii 98, 105 . i prid noin Iuin etamuin 'on Thursday preceding the Nones of June' LL vi 48907 , Ériu xxxii 104-5 . coīn mīlid Ailill fri āgu fri crīcha Crothomun | crothois Abratchaīn airbe iath ethomuin, 'Ailill was a great warrior in forays; on Wednesday and Thursday Abratchaín shook the battleranks of the land of Crothomun' Corp. Gen. 8 (Rawl. 116 b 12) , Ériu xxxii 109 n. 58 .

ethamain

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(vn. of ethaid, Ped. ii 514 ) going, moving: ri imlúad aeóir ┐ ri hethamain ṅgaíthi LL 239a35 .