ethrach

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adj o-ā (ethar) pertaining to boats; possessing, or frequented by boats: ogam n-eathrach .i. barc fri beithi... long fri huath...curach fri ailm boat-ogam (i.e. a cipher in which the letters are represented by the names of vessels) Auraic. 6133 . Albain ethrach find-fhoda 'Scotland of fair long ships' Prophecy of Berchán § 162 . airccfitt … Árainn n-alainn n-ethraigh, Anecd. ii 41.2 .

étíachtaide

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adj io-iā excessive, intolerable (?): atcon- nairc...sollsi n-étiachtaige LB 147a11 . 133a8 . dorala col etiachtaide do dénum do 143a37 . tucsat pianna etiach- taide fair PH 109 .

etic, etica, eitice

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adj (< L. hectica) hectic; n hectic fever: etica Rosa Angl. 4.6 . .i. efemera ┐ etica 48.1 . dortadh fola, ┐ anmuindi, ┐ eitici 122.18 . 3 gne deitici 76.15 . da etici and .i. eitici tic o arrsaighacht ┐ eitici tic maille fiabras 70.14 . í cúisigid eitic RSláinte 3626 . fiabrus etic 23 K 42, 127.19 . an tpisis (= phthisis)...is cúis don etic hí, O'Gr. Cat. 241.15 .

? éticech

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adj heathen, gentile ; rendering ἐθνικός ( Matt. xviii 17 ): biaidh sé dhuitse mar éticeach no mar puiplica- nach, Carsw. 177 .

étid

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Forms: étid, éted, étius, eitte, éti, eit, etestair, eitsiut, eidsed, éititar, etithir, eidigthir, hédithe, héidedh, hedit

v imperat. pl. 2 étid, CCath. 5168 . imperf. ind. s. 3 no éted LU 129a25 . perf. s. 1 ro étius , Anecd. ii 71.5 v.l. s. 3 ro eitte SR 4817 . ro éti 4840 . ro eit , CCath. 3055 . ru etestair 5204 . pl. ro eitsiut 5337 . ro eidsed 2401 . do éititar LB 272b44 . pass. pres. etithir, Bodl. Corm. s.v. lamand = eidigthir Corm. Y 808 . imperf. no hédithe , Todd Lect. v 93.1 . perf. do héidedh SG 31.8 . pl. ro hedit MR 140.6 .

(a) clothes, covers: ri rosheitte, ri rosbiath SR 4817 . ba hesseom noda biathad ┐ non éted IT i 131.12 = LU 10658 . rus biath rus eit inn aenpailm, Lec. 533a3 . sochaide díb no hédithe o chilic, Todd Lect. v 93.1 . lamand .i. ind na laime etithir di, Bodl. Corm. s.v. lamand (= Corm. Y 808 ). do héidedh in altoir SG 31.8 . With reflexive pron. dresses oneself: do éit Molaise é féin `M. put on the vestments' SG 31.10 .

(b) in a special sense equips, arms , freq. with refl. pron.: rus etestair é `armed himself' CCath. 5204 . ro eitsiut in slog uile iat 5337 . etid co hoponn siph 5168 . do eititar Connachta iat LB 272b44 = SG 50.14 . ro hedit a n-airdrigraid da cathbarraib MR 140.6 . a Dhé...éidig an té sin, Ó Bruad. iii 140 .

(c) dons, puts on: ro eit a arma, CCath. 3055.2401 .

étidach

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n a robe-maker ; callech óg ba coic ┐ ba hetidach do Cholum chille, Fél. 42.7 . See étedach.

étig

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Forms: etchi

adj i unnatural, unseemly, uncomely; ugly, repulsive (opp. to álind and coím): etich .i. nephdithe .i. is doescair cāch can etach n-imbe. etig didiu ni cumtaig [= coimtig ?] cruth, O'Mulc. 462 (for first definition here cf. amlaid rochuired in macc | cen étach... | immar ros fuc in chumal | étig adtrúag..., Ériu iv 94 § 8 ). édidh .i. gránna, O'Cl. ZCP v 484.3 (etig). cid álind cid etig Sg 28b6 . étig sin (turpe, of a cacophonous combination) 138b2 . da sciath... | aincit ecommuaim n-eitig, Auraic. 2066 . aigned caom ┐ aigned n-eitig. a. caom: is i sron no suil na mna. a. n-eitigh: is e (no is i) fiacail no bel na mna 3131 . 600 . (of a garment:) eitig fri hairechtus unseemly for an assembly FB 37 Eg. (si hetig, Voss.). ciarbo alaind taitnem- ach inn étachsa...is nemthaitnemach étig aduathmar i trasta he PH 8166 . secht múir imón cathraigsin | ba etig a dend its aspect was terrifying LU 9383 (= heitigh, Anecd. iii 54.22 ). buden is í éitigh uathmar TBC 5399 . ben...┐ sí éidigh imodhur urgrándha, Anecd. i 77.3 . ba heitigh anaithnid...an míl, Lism. L. 2216 . amaid éidigh, TSh. 6621 . amharc éidigh uathbhásach an aidhbhirseóra 6656 . ata crand i ndorus liss | ni hétig cocetul friss IT i 218.22 . monúar...a gheilt... | do ueth eittigh im- ṡniomhach, Buile Ṡ. 48.10 . Cf. nirb étig ria hail, Met. Dinds. iv 236.11 . pl. it etchi na mná, Alex. 983 . fri án teóra drecha éitchi LU 95b24 = BDD 130 . ria ndaer- básaib éitchib anaebdaib, Alex. 180 . Cf. piasta ifrinn éidighe, TSh. 6192 (quot.).

Compar. and superl.: cid caem lenn in leth fail frinn | ...in leth aili... | nocon eitchiu SR 276 . éitchi indát fúatha Hérenn uglier than (all) the spectres of Ireland Ériu iv 100. 15 . cusin ndeilbh ba hetchi don tslúagh doirchi, Aisl. Tund. 96.5 = fa granna 123.4 . is alaind do cluichi..., ar C. ní ba frit bus etchiu, Ériu i 116.36 .

In moral sense: rasuc C. ar écin | ingin Taidc cer gním étig, Met. Dinds. ii 74.30 . étig in gnim daronsat (a murder) LL 207b36 . in uair berar airm Congail | a tír aniúil, fáth n-éidig unseemly cause FDG 443 = MR 54.14 . robo éidigh damsa...inni aderaid rium do dénam it would be unseemly for me CCath. 1700 . Cf. is e fath fodera...a eididh lasin ugdar comad mo eneclann, etc., the author's repugnance that the honour-price should be, etc. BB 348b28 = Laws v 114.3 (perh. to be read adeitig, as Laws v 92 w , or aeididh = édig).

With broad cons.: is étach for cluichiu `your playing is ugly' Ériu i 118.22 (cf. 116 . 36, cited above). Cf. étoich.

etigud

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n (ette ?) whizzing, a whizz: sian ┐ etigud na foghaid RC xii 98.20 . etighud na saiged YBL 210a31 (sic leg. Ériu v 238.97 ). Cf. caelḟetugud na claideb ica tarrung a trúallib LL 237a43 = TTr. 1512 .

étigud

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Forms: eitiucchudh, eitiudh

n u, m. arming: eitiucchudh, v.l. to eitiudh (see étiud), CCath. 4647 .

etil(l)id

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Forms: eitill, eitillid, d'eitil

v (etel) flies: imp. s. 2 eitill mar éun chum do ṡléibhe, Ps. xi 1 . pres. pl. 3 eitillid siadh [sic] as amhuil iolar, Prov. xxiii 5 . pret. s. 3 d'eitil sé...ar sciothánaibh na gaóithe Ps. xviii 10 .

et(a)im, aitim

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Forms: etim, eataim, aitim, etim

n f. (earlier n, n. ? *ess-dithaim ?) etim, eataim, aitim IGT, Decl. § 13 . The primary meaning is uncertain; Meyer's analysis ( Wortk. 134 ) is wrong, as the initial is short and the following cons. voiceless ( etim: etill IGT, Decl. ex. 636 . Cf. Die Bürgsch. p. 12 ).

I Spring, leap (?); thrust (?): rucsat da eitim edtroma fírluatha i cert- comdail a chele MR 266.15 . Cf. do rug sí eitim is sceinnim ITS iii1 146x . As vn.: bui dibergach...oc eitim ┐ oc ingreim ar P., Acall. 4049 .

II Chance, opportunity; breach (?): eitim .i. báoghal, O'Cl. ? cach aigni a etaim ZCP xvii 50 § 19 , Celtica xi 24 . Usually with vb. of reaching or seizing: tancatar ┐ rusc mor leo do gabail etma for B., ┐ dia doerad iarsein mani hetar im imda acce to take B. by surprise (?) Thes. ii 332 z = Lism. L. p. 320 w . ba gabáil etma don ríg | immar tharras ina thír, Met. Dinds. iv 46.49 . ni riacht ceachtar de eitim gona na letartha for araile, Aen. 3130 . tárraidh mac I. eitim ngabala ar dhaghbhaile daingen FM v 1674.16 . táraidh E. eitim gona ┐ baeguil for P., D iv 2, 77 [71]va 41 . ar in mbráen mar do úair etim | do-chúaidh cráebh d'etill tar ais IGT, Decl. ex. 636 . fuaratar etim ar ghlaslaith an iarla coro marbhadh a ngar do ched dibh FM v 1600.10 . no gu faicim fear na scél | ní ḟear dér acht d'aitim úam IGT, Decl. ex. 637 . dus an ccaomhsatais d'eisleis no d'etim rocht- ain aissidhe go S., Hugh Roe, 278.24 . d'aitim no d'uaicnes, Celt. Rev. iv 208.21 . Cf. eo gan eitim `salmon unfailing' [never off guard?] Ó Bruad. iii 150 .

III In Laws applied to a species of pledge , apparently in a transferred sense; the most explicit ex. recorded is: etaim .i. gell do thuit ar eit do buith i tir comaithig a pledge which is forfeited (?) for cattle being on a neighbour's land O'Mulc. 467 . ettim ebraice robustoria (?), ar is ar niurt berair ib. diles cach n-etaim acht diroth cach techta iar re ┐ aputh ZCP xiii 23 y (see Die Bürgsch. p. 12 ). leath gacha hathgabala ina hindligedh athgabála...┐ ní tét etuim (.i. smacht) tar cúic bú do tuaith, Laws i 270.8 . ni [leg. in ?] mug...ni gaibther an-aetaim fri dlighidh...he, acht cos i nglais 104 y (with gl.: noca gabur a netmanugh- adh neich eile fris... 106.12 ). ni bi eataim iar fiachuib .i. nocha bi smacht roairde gotha no roísle gotha dona feichemnaib na orra iar cindiud a fiach, O'C. 1871 (= ataim 2281 ). i tuillem do febe .i. etuim slóigidh, O'D. 72 (< H 3. 17, col. 62 = Laws i 162.11 Comm. ). mad cona n-etman- naib .i. ma methaid ni dinn reir ┐ dind aurdligid .i. cona dilsi don flaith .i. narup gat na aurrach `' ZCP xvi 206 (= O'C. 828 < H 3.18, 380a ). In these passages et(a)im evidently is used of the act for which a certain fine was due.

Cf. cach aigni a étaim `to every pleader his decision' ZCP xvii 50 § 19 . étaim .i. cinne[d] ut est etaim dligid .i. in cinned ata do réir dligid ar na haighnidi, O'Dav. 783 .