? 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 .

? 2 étláith

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adj weak, feeble: ro éirigh sí co hanmḟann étláith, Acall. 31 . suidhis C. co hanmhunn étlaith (étlacht- ach v.l.) 1924 .

etmach

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adj (et(a)im)given to making pledges : ni atmach (etma, v.l.) 'he does not give pledges' UR 22.59 . etmach gellach góbelech CIH vi 2222.1 . See also 1 atmach.

etmanugud

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n (etim): noca gabur a n-etmanughadh neich eile fris `is not distrained in a decision about debts due by another' Laws i 106.12 Comm. See etim.

étmar

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Forms: edmur, eudbur

adj o-ā jealous: edmur (gl. zelotypus) Ir. Gl. 635 . a fhir éadmhair 'ga mbí bean, Danta Gr.² 92.1 . eudbur TBC 40 v.l. (étaid LL). is Dia éudmhar mé, Deut. v 9 . ata Dia eudbhar agus ni hait leis aonni dh'onor- ughadh acht é fein amha[i]n, Luc. Fid. 217.9 . is mise do Thighearna éadmhar, TSh. 5344 (=zelotes). With fri (re) of pers. or th.: red chlú is édmar gach arsaid all champions are envious of thy fame O'Gr. Cat. 376.7 . atáim éudmhar ribh re héud diadha (ζηλ ὑμς), 2 Cor. xi 2 . is é.¤ limm I am jealous: as eudbhar le Dia a nonoir dlighthear dho féin...do thabhairt dh'aoinni oile, Luc. Fid. 217.11 . ba hetmar imthnuthach leo mar nach ffuaratar a imchor they were jealous...that they were not allowed to carry it Fl. Earls 190.1 . Of an action: fionghal éadmhar, Atl. iv 118.36 .

etne

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Forms: t-eitne, eitne, eitni, ettne, etneda, eitneadha

n m. n s. an t-eitne IGT, Introd. § 14 . g s. ind eitne LL 116b20 . ind eitni 116b28 . n p. ettne LB 213a49 . etneda 219a53 . a p. eitneadha YBL 348b16 . A kernel: etne .i. ní hecin a thinm rutes riam, O'Mulc. 474 . conacca in cnoi...ros teind cona scín et foracaib leth ind eitne don gillu LL 116b20 = RC viii 56.29 . eitne cnó FB 9 . (mac greche) .i. eitne cnó, Ériu ii 5 n. 89 . mar eitne agus é i gcnaoi, Dán Dé x 24 . an tí agá mbí mian don eitne, briseadh an chnú, TSh. 10261 . Transf. nut (?): dobertis ettne ┐ úbla... do Cathal, Aisl. MC 5.13 . Fig. mathair De...in eitni oir, Arch. iii 245 § 32 . d'eitnibh Íle (sic leg.; fig. of heroes) Rel. Celt. ii 234.15 .

etnech ?

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ind fogabhait forais sentuinne moire istigh ┐ etnech impi, Cóir Anm. 70 .

etngad

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adj etngad .i. cen tenga[i]d tongueless O'Mulc. 473 . cid tre ednged ro tothar `through a tongueless person (not a professional pleader)' Laws iv 302.10 . Cf. étenga, etnge.