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.

etsad, estad, autsad, itsad

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Forms: isdadh, estadh, -aidh

n u, o, n., later m. isdadh estadh (g s. -aidh) IGT, Decl. § 11 .

(a) treasury, storehouse: fo chosmailius...daingnigther imm etsad n-infol- gide about a hidden treasury (gl. ad instar thesauri abditi) Ml 51d8 . tegdasi adamra co scrinaib...co n-itsadaibh mbrechtnaighib, Hib. Min. 7.226 (co n-istodoib, Harl.). Fig.: audsud n-ecnai amal Solmhoin a treasury of wisdom (of a saint) Trip. 62.4 . etsud n-ecnai 256.19 . istud ecnai 482.24 . estud n-eccna, Anecd. ii 19.8 . estud ecnai iii 42.20 . ro ḟaillsigestar a histadu uli do A. (a ṡeodu v.l.), Alex. 794 .

(b) an abode, dwelling-place, residence; retreat: Temair Luachra...iss inti atát na histoda ┐ na forgnama LL 264b15 = MU 18.22 . istudh flatha...in cathair sin an abode of sovereignty (of Babylon) CCath. 21 . ba dúnárus adhamhra ┐ iostadh flatha dia cenél-somh an caistíall, Hugh Roe, 32.12 (f. 9a) . iostadh aoibhind airerda (of Tower of Breogan), Leb. Gab. i 208.30 . léicc in cathraigh ina histudh coitchenn atraibh as a com- mon dwelling-place between you CCath. 1669 . Parrthus talmhaidi...doberta foran n-istadh sin that abode was called the Earthly Paradise (of a palace) Marco P. 12 . leth an istudha robai ocin Féind in comfat robítis a Temraig, Acall. 5310 n. sé histudha flatha (i.e. Assyria, Media, Persia, etc.), CCath. 1 . doronad istada re broinn seilgi lais a ndiamhair in ḟeda...do boicshimnibh hunting-lodges Marco P. 49 . robatar fasaighe foda mon cathraig...gin duinti gin istada leo 28 . inmhain tlacht a hisdadh n-úr `of its bright apartments' O'Gr. Cat. 474.17 . Fig.: dob é a esdadh do bhrú bháingheal IGT, Decl. ex. 355 . istudha na hanma .i. áe ┐ inchinn ┐ craidhe... CCath. 2094 . re hinnarba h'anma a cuas-istadaib do chuirp MR 294.2 .

Cf. dligid cach tir autsad di neoch suidigthir fris every territory should have [i.e. provide] an abode Laws iv 188.11 . autsa[d] .i. aiti soidh ut est cidh forsa suighedh techta cana tafuinn do autsudhaibh thuaithe .i. aite soidh nó aitib na mbritheman, O'Dav. 101 . etsad .i. eitsoad, O'Mulc. 459 . COMPD. istad-loc place of treasure, treasury: dabach humai, istudloc SR 4198 . ní thalla ar mataidecht ar ndís isin istadluc-sa `in this treasure-house' (humorously of the stomach) Aisl. MC 101.16 = LB 219a72 . istu[d]loc toghaidhi do ecna Dé (of a saint), BColm. 104.26 .

étsecht, éstecht

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ā, f., later also m. (vn. of in-tuasi, see éistid)

hearing, the act or faculty of hearing; listening, hearkening:

(a) conidchuale éitsecht Dǽ so that the hearing of God heard it (gl. invocanti auditum) Ml 20a2 . inna éitsechtae (gl. audiendi) 70a2 . ni fíu dúibsi insin do é(it)secht...ni ba maith a áidlea dúib a n-étsecte Wb 18c11 . cen a éitsecht (non...audire) Ml 21b11 . cluasa Dǽ diar n-eitsecht 24a18 . do eitsecht a magistir 53c18 . oc eitsecht inna preceptorae 122c2 . do etsecht procepti, Mon. Tall. § 71 . dlegar coimet in étsechta PH 6875 . dobera...etsecht do bodruib 2270 . clogc fri beim eitsechta a affrinn a `bell to sound (the summons) for hearing his mass' BColm. 64.7 .

(b) doratad erlabra ┐ esdecht dó PH 1363 . gurab inand a dénum ┐ a estecht 7691 . doraidset fhrium estecht...t'foircetail 447 . iarna estecht sin uli dona hIudaidib 2935 . ac eistecht a tidnacuil o cluais hearing its conveyance with the ear (one of the three certain guarantees of ownership of property) Laws v 498.14 Comm. (cf. etsecht clúas, Tec. Corm. § 2.27 = étsechtaib cluasaib LL 343b25 ). is e na roleic nach n-anairchius chuice riam triana eistechtuibh never let aught unseemly (come) to him through his hearing (faculty of hearing? or things heard?) Lism. L. 4892 . iar n-eisteacht oifrind FM iii 402.17 . an t-éisdeacht, Rom. x 17 . céadfaidh na héisteachta, TSh. 1652 . ag clódh chéadfadh mh'éisdeachta my sense of hearing Studies 1918, 281 .

With fri (re, le) of obj.:

(a) etsecht fri briathraib dimaine PH 6877 . a ḟir benas clocc...atait sluaig ac etsecht ris, Arch. iii 233. 19 . tancatar...do étsecht fria hoifrenn, BColm. 52.32 .

(b) estecht re fúaim TBC 6165 . batar oc estecht fris sin PH 3351 . oc estecht fri Ísu 3372 . ag éisteacht ré beathaidh na n-ard-aithreach...agá léaghadh, TSh. 403 .

In special sense listening for information, waiting for significant sounds, reconnoitring:

(a) cia raghas dond eitseacht isa tir YBL 94b8 (= éistecht LU 85a7 . BDD 49 ).

(b) acc eistecht fris an tír ina thimcheall FM v 1574.7 . binnithir cach ceól a éstecht FA 2 (LU; binde LB). dechruigit [fodla na bairdne] i sillabaib ┐ i n-étsecht cuibdiussa ó chluais (tri esdeachtaibh v.l.) IT iii 7.2 (cf. cit. from Corm. Y 41 underestecht, to which this ex. may belong).

By extension silence, holding one's peace: (b) ase an t-eisdiocht as frecrad do gach ceist amadanaigh silence is the (best) answer to a foolish question Ériu v 130 § 52 . Cf. ase eisdecht as ferr ann smuine ar dia meditation on God is the best silence 132 § 59 .

etsechtach

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adj (etsecht) dying, at death's door: ar diam etsectad (leg. etsechtach) bais 'for if he be sick unto death' Ériu xii 32 § 41 .