étrochtach

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Forms: taitnemach

adj o-ā bright, shining: ba hetrochtach a dath (of a woman) LL 152b11 = taitnemach, Met. Dinds. iv 58.5 .

étrochtaige

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n f. (étrocht) brightness: is ord grene ara etrochtaigi LL vi 51795 = RC xxxi 310 .

étromm

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adj o-ā (neg. of tromm)

(a) not heavy, light; airy, buoyant: cid etrum aicned ind reto dia tormastar a mét dogní trumai ndo Ml 20a19 . is étrum in digal 126b6 . is étrom...mám in Choimded, Ériu i 197 § 14 . ·c· t· p· is airi asbertar étrumma [=leves] ┐ slemna huare nád techtad tinfeth Sg. 10a8 . craisech...etrom TBC² 2792 . gæ etromm TBC 5571 . (inar) étrom TBC² 1871 . dena airc dhuit do crandaib edroma BB 22a14 . folt n-etrom fluffy (?) hair TBC 5259 . amal eltain n-etruim n-aidherda LB 227b48 . tabair séol étrom forsin carpat `give a light course to the chariot' [guide it gently? or equip it lightly (?)] MU 14.9 = LL 263b27 . robtur étroma a longa, CCath. 1974 . dochúatar a n-etromuib a n-étach ┐ a n-imthromaib a n-arm their light dresses and their heavy armature Fianaig. 78.3 . Hence of buoyant behaviour, lighthearted, cheerful; easy: ina suidhe co hionnḟuar étrom ærdha, Ériu v 76.35 . luid uaithi echtra n-étruimm a giddy venture Met. Dinds. iii 206. 14 . Here probably: triar n-álaind n-étrom MU 28 x = LL 266a29 . Of colour, delicate, light: fil i cechtar a da grúad | tibri derg...tibri gorm | tibri corcra dath n-étrom IT i 221. 10 . Milit. light(-armed), mobile: dia namhsaibh ettroma, Hugh Roe 166.15 (f. 44b) . In gramm. consuine étrom is a consonant of the class comprising the single or lenited liquids and nasals and the lenited forms of the voiced stops, IGT , Introd. §§ 22 , 23 , etc.

(b) slight, trifling, unimportant: fingal etrom induthrachtach a slight wounding (?) TBC² 2795 . TBC 4299 . ce madh etrom anbfann a adbar though its subject was trivial CCath. 4498 . le lán duirn do dhán éadtrom, Content. xxv 6 . Compar. and superl.: condid étrummu dæ ón in bochtae ...tri frescissin messa firiein... doib Ml 90a11 . ni rolinges o tú beó | æin-leim badh hettromó `I have never leaped a single leap that was lighter' Buile S. 44.4 . ó's é is éadtroma ré haistear do dhéanamh faoi the lightest to travel in (of a cloak) TSh. 6952 . madh iad bhus éadtruime coirthe whose guilt is lighter 6285 . is éttruime íad ná an díomhaóineas lighter than vanity Ps. lxii 9 .

étrommacht

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n ā, f. (étromm) lightness, fickleness: an raibhe édromachd oram? 2 Cor. i 17 . do bhreathnuigh- eadarsan gur ab édromachd chéil[l]e a mbriathrasan idle talk (λῆρος) Luke xxiv 11 .

étrommad

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n u, m. (étromm) lightening, relieving: im etromad a pene lightening his punishment YBL 168b35 . d'éttromadh na n-úalach ttrom, Is. lviii 6 . See étrummugud.

étrú

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Forms: Etroch

adj m. (neg. of trú) IGT, Decl. § 21 . Not doomed to death, not fey: bīdh a n-inill nech is trú | is bīdh a n-eisinill étrú ZCP vii 302 x = Dánfhocail 242 . As npr., m. AU 1056 . gen. Etroch 1003 .

etrud

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Forms: etorrotha, etrotha, eadraidh, eadartha, eadartha, eadarthacha, edrath

n u, o, m. g s. etorrotha [leg. etrotha?] ZCP viii 309 z . eadraidh, eadartha IGT, Decl. § 49 . pl. eadartha, eadarthacha ib.

I Milking-pail (?): edrath (gl. mulc[t]ra) Ir. Gl. 166 .

II Milking-place (?); milking: oc imain a bó do edrud RC xvi 36.25 . oc timmargain a cethra do etrud LL 167b20 . issé sin dobeired na hellte d'edruth amal doberid cach nech a ba disli, Acall. 6582 . cuid daimh d'eadradh the ox's part in milking (i.e. the part of one unconcerned) Content. xiv 22 . oc indis etorrotha at a milking station ZCP viii 309 z . Cf. siad uile na n-eadarthachaibh IGT, Decl. ex. 1286 . etrad fota do biuc buair a long milking Ériu vii 6.33 .

III Milking-time: etrud .i. etar-suth .i. etar madin ┐ fescur...nó edrud .i. rith etir media die , O'Mulc. 470 . etsruth .i. eter-ṡod .i. soud methonach ind laí Corm. Y 554 . an rosaig bo co etrud for ingilt as far as a cow reaches in grazing until milking-time Laws iv 164.8 . tastait...fon cuma sin co hetrad ┐ co n-ēracht cāch [from tierce] `until midday when all arose' BColm. 46.6 . o etarthrath co hetrud, Aisl. MC 107.23 .

étrummaigid

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Forms: étrum- maigfid, rommétrummaiged

v g (étromm) lightens, alleviates: roétrum- maigset in babillondai són doiri forsna cenela echtranna the Babylonians lightened the captivity upon the foreign nations (gl. captivitate laxati sunt) Ml 113c8 . étrum- maigfid (gl. onera...sublevabit) 89c9 . rommétrummaiged (gl. sum relevatus) 48b5 .

étrumme

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n , f. (étromm) lightness: la éttruma a retha the lightness (i.e. free movement, swiftness) of its course Ériu ii 112.16 . feib ro thairṅged a comlín de bolganaib belca for áthi ┐ etrummi LL 267a14 = MU 34.14 . ar a edruma ar a mine ┐ a forleithiu (of a language), Auraic. 32 (=hetruime 2315 ). ar thanacht ┐ ar etroime a fogair (of mutes) 2943 . a n-agaid na hétruma céille light- headedness, lunacy Maund. 139 . ro gabh sgeinm ┐ sccáth, éttroma ┐ aerdhacht...consapail T. the constables...were seized with alarm and fright, lightheadedness and giddiness FM v 1672.6 .

étrummugud

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u, m. (vn. of étrummaigid) lightening; alleviation, relief (cf. ho étrummugud [erutrummugud MS] inna n-olc form Ml 59a23 ): tócbaid bar n-anála i n-úachtar bar cléib do bar n-étrummugud, Mer. Uil. 65 . is coraiti etrummugud n-araig fair iar ngabail tacrai that his bond should be lightened Cóic Conara 17 § 7 . ic iarraidh edrumaighthi na plaighi sin forro, CCath. 915 . oc etromughadh a menbholg lightening their meal-bags Hugh Roe 190.8 (f. 50b) . etromugud pían, CCath. 1459 . éttromugud pian (ettromuccud, etrumughud v.l.) 4253 . 4236 . do-gheibh an marbh éadtromughadh ó phéin phurgadóra, TSh. 5201 . é féin d'éadtromughadh ré hucht an reatha 10363 . d'ettromucchadh dá n-aiccentoibh as an alleviation to their minds FM v 1686.19 .

étruth?

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ind (in descr. of a chariot-horse:) nis feid mo rosc rán indiut for a rríad rochéim rám étruth (? leg. ra mét riuth ZCP xx 487 ) FB 47 (ráin édruth, Voss.). Cf. etraide.