? 2 étir

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n one who lives away from his land (?) ní ba éiter arná ba éslesach be not an absentee lest you become negligent Tec. Corm. § 19.29 (eidir v.l.).

etirbás

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n it cobfiachaigh fir ┐ mna hi cacha fiachaib... di sund co banugrai ingi etirbás. ar is ed bás dlegair do banscail dia marbad fir no mna... .i. cor in-noi oīnṡluaisti for murchreth hi fairrge do techt le gaeth di thir. long menathcha do breith lee. la Dia brithimnacht furi i[nn]sin, Cáin Ad. 45 . Meyer renders `outright death ' but the word seems a term for the punishment described, which stops short of actual slaying, see Ériu xi 98 .

etiuchta ?

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Forms: étrochta

n e.¤ fiaccal (gl. micenas (michinas, mychynas)), Lor. Gild. 89 ; leg. étrochta?

étiud, éted

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Forms: éideadh

n m. éideadh IGT, Decl. § 11

(a) raiment, covering, garment; (as vn.) act of clothing: as n-uisse tasgid et ǽitiud ind aísso gráid that it is right to victual and clothe the clergy Wb 29a13 . ar m'etiuth et mo thoschith 10d23 . a mbíathad nach a n-étiud SR 6840 . TBC 1787 . a biathad ┐ a eted in oiret bes ica ḟoglaim, Laws v 96.24 Comm. = BB 346a47 . cen dig cen biad cen heted SR 1476 . conid dó rochoimet Dia in bocht dia étiud had reserved the poor man for him to clothe Todd Lect. v 88.7 (cf. is dóigh dá mbé ort éigean | éideadh bocht Dé dod dhídean GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 226 , a play on meanings a and b). eitiud cleib (.i. in t-etach dlegur aice isin cliaban) `cradle clothes' Laws i 168.1 ( 172 z ). ediudh dearg ┐ glas `red and green clothes' ii 146.12 Comm. etiud do cochall...ima bachaill a covering of a hood BColm. 84.23 . eidedh fa lor logh- maire | ar cach altoir BCC § 355 g.

(b) warlike attire, armour, coat of mail; arming: co nár bó dín lúirech... na édedh arnaid allmurdo d'F., Fianaig. 98.3 . eideth daingen uime ZCP vi 75.26 . gan arm gan eidedh 47.6 . adubairt rena muindtir a n-éidedh [sic leg.] do cur umpa 52.32 . eidedh ima n-echaib do mitaill, Maund. 219 . cnes i dtruaill [sic leg.] éidid sheathed in mail O'Gr. Cat. 472.26 . ní ḟaca aonbhall gan éideadh acht a súile ┐ a chosa, Ériu i 88 w . éidedh plata FM vi 2026.16 . trūp go n-ēidigip plāta suits of plate armour Fl. Earls 32.1 . cuiridh oruibh an t-éideadh, Jer. xlvi 4 . ro forchongair for a muintir a n-eidedh fó cedóir FM v 1554 w .

(c) putting on, donning (armour): ro gabsat...for eitiudh a n-arm `to don their arms' CCath. 4647 (eitiuccudh v.l.). ro eirgetar...d'étiudh a lluirech 5189 .

Transf. and fig.: do bhíodh móirṡeisear i bhfochair ríogh Laighean do ṡíor re héideadh a chuirp as a body- guard Keat. ii 4828 . bídh [an comhartha so] 'na arm ┐ 'na éidedh orainn a n-aghaidh chathaighedh na colla, Parrth. Anma 51.6 . cuiream umainn éideadh an tsolais (τὰ ὅπ λα), Rom. xiii 12 .

Cf. a tlachtga ┐ a n-errid ┐ a n-éttaid CRR 28 .

étiug

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adj (neg. of tiug) incompact, loose: a foirm éidtiugh bhar ndealbha | tuigfid...nach sgoláir ná oide ibh from the looseness of your style Content. p. 215 n.

1 etla

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n , f. (1 etal, see Ériu vii 178 )

I Self-denial, renunciation; purity, holiness: eatla .i. ciamhaire, congain chroidhe..., O'Cl. inna hissiu huili congaibtiur ann-etlai all these(viz. the virtues of faith, abstinence, gentleness, humility, etc.) are comprised in `etla' ZCP iii 448.3 = YBL 252a12 (ind eutlu). co rabat don eclais iar n-etla uird [leg. urd ?] `according to the purity of their order' Laws iii 34.1 (with gl.: iar n-ordugad a glaine,...iar n-urd etole 34.15 ). cach riagail iar comairle, co n-etla `with purity' 36.4 (with gl.: a toil Dē bít 36.18 ). foss oc etlai (e(a)tla, MSS), Ériu i 193.4 . Lism.L. 4541 . Mon. Tall. § 19 (etli). Cf. dorigensat samud Cíaran etla fri Dia fair co tísad slán `did penance to God' ZCP iii 206.5 (LU) = FM i 260 x (`made supplication'), where fasting in supplication seems implied. set sirhettla a way of con- tinual self-abnegation (?) SR 2086 . cen síl n-etla (:pectha) 7199 .

II Penitence, repentance, penance: eatla .i.... aithrighe..., O'Cl. is tualaing timdibi cach pennid dib amail bís nert ┐ etla ┐ erlatu indii torgaba in chinaith, Ériu vii 142.11 . genus i n-óide [= oítid], cressine i mmidaīs, ettla fri haes LB 71 marg. inf.

III Tears (of remorse): eatla .i....déra, O'Cl. etla ainbech (.i. déra iumda no eolchaire imda), Fél.¹ Mar. 24 n. LB. Here perhaps: roclissa etla dar do gruad | scrutan screptra crabud ngúr LL 272 marg. sup. ri rodet dilgud...do Dauid dia mórchintaib iarna hettlaib athirgi tears (?) of penitence SR 6876 . it hesin in primpeccthaig...tiagait cen ni d'fír-ettlaib | la Demun... 8351 . Cf. 3 etal.

2 etla, étla, étlód

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Forms: éltód, -ád, -úd, eltogh, eltagh, eltúgh

later éltód, -ád, -úd (vn. of as-tlen, étlaid q.v.) eltogh, eltagh, eltúgh, E iv 1² 32b ( IGT, Conj .).

I Evading, escaping: (a) etla cumtusa lanamnusa comtincuir, Laws ii 360.18 (with gl.:... etlod in neich tinecairthir ina cumaid 360.24 ). (b) in fetfaidís...a n-étlódh cen giall dó whether they could escape CCath. 1651 (a ethlod v.l.). (c) siol Néill aga n-eltágh uainn (: échtár), E iv 1² 38a ( IGT, Conj .).

II Stealing, taking away (by stealth or unfair means): (a) ina sleith .i. ina hetlo, Laws v 274.4 Comm. (b) etlod, Laws ii 360.24 Comm. (see above under I). (c) an bhfedfa m'eltogh tar ais | a rélta dércmhor Dhurrlais, E iv 1² 33a ( IGT, Conj .).

? étlachtach

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adj suidhis...co hanmhunn étlaith (étlachtach v.l.), Acall. 1924 .

étla(id)

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Forms: edlaigh-si, edla, edla, étlaitis, étlais, atrula, étla

v (from the prototonic forms of a compd. of -tlen (?), but apparently influenced by élaid, with which it is synonymous in I. Cf. do-étla, tétlaid)

I Steals away, escapes, makes off: imperat. pl. 2 edlaigh-si as fo ḟedhaibh slip away TBC 5678 St. ind. pres. (?) s. 3 is annsin edla [leg. ro edla , perf. ?] R. anair...do fogra imana ar Tuathaib D. `sped westward' Ériu viii 28.24 . imperf. pl. 3 ra étlaitis lucht a frestail...ar oenḟeraib uathu stole away one by one MU 44.14 < LL 268b25 . pret. s. 3 étlais úadib, Met. Dinds. iii 194.17 (tetlais, teltais v.l.). perf. ra étla óenḟer díb úad im-munigin a retha escaped from him TBC 2980 (rodnelo St). in soiser ro etla uad arecin .i. Ionas BB 245b1 (=ro éla YBL 296a11 . atrula SR 5317 ). ro étla [in macc bec] ar a lamhacan do ṡaighi na con crept on its hands and knees Cóir Anm. 71 = BB 254a16 . ra étlá a treiset assa thrén-lámaib (of a wounded warrior) LL 244b3 = TTr. 2056 .

II In middle sense, with infixed pron. betakes oneself stealthily: mos-etlannsi cuci immach steals out to him IT i 72.14 (mosetlánsi, nosetlannsi, nusétlannsi v.l.).

III Trans. steals away, takes away: pres. subj. pass. madia n-adbul-etlaiter ni on uasal (gl. on: dithle duind damaig) `if anything...is pilfered from the noble' Laws v 440.26 Comm. past subj. pass. acht nabeth rúad-daire ... ┐ ra étlaithé a cháel...ass CRR 34 .

Cf. co n-adbul-etlaidenn uad `that it takes away from him' (ed. refers this gl. to co mbe dithle, but it may belong to adapail), Laws v 450.18 Comm.

etlaide

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adj (etla)

I Tenuous, unsubstantial, subtle (?); starved, wasted and gaunt through asceticism (?): senoir etlaidhi aighedhbhan ic ernuighthi, Lism.L. 3790 . BNnÉ 77.13 . aghaid glasban etlaide inalcaille, CCath. 4023 . gnúisi aigedbána ettlaidi, Mer. Uil. 52 = etlaidi BB 445b22 . tresna haireachtaib etlaide do anmandaib batar i ngrianbrogaib iffrind, TTebe 191 . Of a mountain: ra rathaig Elcmaire eim | ar in tsleib etlaide uaid | coro cloemchlai lí cach luib (?), Ériu vii 223.14 .

II Hence im- perceptible, sudden (?): atbélat ēc etlaide | cach mil beo SR 8183 . imriadat co héttlaide | mili bliadna sind lóo 8391 , but in these exx. we may have a different word. See eltaide.

1 étláith

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Forms: eatláth

adj (neg. of tláith) ungentle, vigorous: eatláth strong, stout, vigorous P. O'C. bos tláith na dtachar n-édtláth `gentle hand versed in ungentle strife' Studies 1921, 418 .