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.

etnge

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Forms: etche

adj stammering (?) n a dumb or stammering person (?): etnge .i. edteangtha .i. duine balbh, O'Cl. dligid etnge (eitnge v.l.) amsir, Anecd. iii 14.24 = ēitge (<LL, eitchi, etche v.l.), Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. i 17 .

etnic

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adj (<Lat. ethnicus) gentile, heathen: biodh se agad amhuil eitnic ┐ phuibliocain (=sicut ethnicus, Matth. xviii 18 ), Luc. Fid. 356.18 . amhuil eitinic 364.18 ; 365.14 .

étoich

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adj (neg. of toich) improper, unnatural: dogéntar (toich) di étoich and (gl. vocabo non meam plebem plebem meam) Wb 4d1 .

étol

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Forms: ettuil, etoil, ætuil

n (neg. of tol) displeasure: beith fo étoil maic Maire, Thes. ii 296.10 . is mairgg bías fua étuil (: muir), Imr. Br. 27 ( p. 15.8 ; ettuil, etoil, fo ætuil v.l.). Cf. nach deoraidh din cintach aslai, na roich i n-etoil fir flatha, Laws iv 242.15 . A ben ucut, na fer mol | frisin marb dochuaid do don | car nech na dingnea th'étail | co ndig fessin do ecaib LL 275a10 .

étoirthech

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Forms: etoirthech

adj o-ā (neg. of toirthech) unfruitful, barren, sterile, unprofitable: etoirthech (gl. infructuosa) Ml 42d15 . romallach Isa in crann curbo héttortech é ósin amach D iv 2, 70va 13 . mallachais [Patraic] an inber sin conid etoirthech osin ille he, Todd Lect. v 50.12 . robo garb gainmech...etoirthech in tir YBL 68b2 . serann...is he étairthech, Lism. L. 2675 . i coicrichaib ammritib etoirt- echaib, CCath. 5222 . is dodelbha etorthach robatar muighe Ilerdha 2359 . pl. batar etairthigh o sin immach (of apple-trees), Lism. L. 1430 = Todd Lect. v 75.13 . ni facadh ní acht daire ndímain, ┐ as éttorthach sein do grés BNnÉ 38.29 . [an crann] do bheith aimrid éadtoirth- each, TSh. 9126 . Compar. and superl.: na luibe ┐ na losa fa mesa bolad ┐ fa hettorthaighe D iv 2, 43[41]ra 13 .

Fig.: co na togæthar ar ruiscc...tria sochraidecht n-etort[h]ich [v.l. n-édtoirthigh] na rēt n-erc[r]adach, Scúap Chráb. § 37 .

étoirthige

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n , f. (étoirthech) unfruitfulness, un- profitableness: cāithiugud .i. suide fri cāith .i. a samuil ┐ a chondailg fri cāith ar a fāisi ┐ a édtort[h]ige Corm. Y § 217 , SGS iv 95 . fig.: éttorthige bar crabuid, Alex. 916 .

etracáin

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x see etargáin.

1 étracht

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x see étrocht.

2 étracht

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n (neg. of tracht) want of strength or power: gen. acht na tuca rige dar tracht, co fis a hetrachta uirre `so as he does not ride it (a horse) beyond its strength, knowing its want of strength' Laws iii 182.15 Comm. tar trocht co fis a etracht 180.14 .