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 .

étsid, éstid

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Forms: étsid, héitsidi, eitsidi, n-étside, eitsidib

n i a hearer, listener ;

(a) n s. rob étsid cech mathiusa listener to all that is good LL 343d18 = Tec. Corm. § 6.34 . n p. ind héitsidi Wb 30d9 . a p. inna eitsidi Ml 53c8 . g p. is bées donaib dagforcitlidib molad ingni inna n-étside to praise the understanding of the hearers Wb 11b6 . d p. guide ara eitsidib to pray for his hearers Ml 58d16 .

(b) is emiltius fri hestidib LU 97b39 . Dia do bennachad na n-éstidi uli 31b35 .

étside

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Forms: n-éitside

io-iā (part. of in-tuasi) capable of hearing: a n-éitside (gl. audibile) Ml 136a9 .

éttae

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Forms: étae, étib

io-iā (part. of ad-cota) gained: étae (gl. conquisita) Ml 129a3 . étib 69a5 .

ettáil ?

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Forms: etail, ettail

n i márflaith cen étail `in the great sinless (?) kingdom' Fél. Sept. 4 (attail etail, ettail, v.l.). gnim caisil, croisfighill, slechtain, ernaigthi idhan, a dhera uadh cen ettail shedding tears without intermission (?) ZCP vii 306.23 = cen édáil LL 358 left marg. Coire Breccáin, bail i fail | cen ettáil, cen imresain, Met. Dinds. iv 80 .

ette

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Forms: ette, eite, eitte, eti, ette, etteda, eitidha, eiteadha, ette, etti, eiteda, eiteadha, itte, eitedh, eiteagh, itib, etteib, ettib, eiteadhaibh, ette

n f. (?) n s. ette Sg 67a7 . eite IGT, Decl. ex. 1110 . g s. eitte SR 624 . n p. eti LU 3265 . ette LB 176b33 . etteda 176b48 . eitidha YBL 85a17 . eiteadha TD 20.45 . a p. ette LU 2281 . etti LB 243b46 . eiteda RC xxvi 140.1 . eiteadha TD 20.51 . g p. itte SR 1026 . eitedh, Ériu ii 120.12 . eiteagh iii 160.26 (ítech, gl. avium pennarum Ml 40c9 , seems to be the adj.: of winged birds, see ettech). d p. itib Ml 80a7 . ZCP viii 108.18 . etteib SR 622 . ettib, Rawl. 79a29 . eitib, Ériu iii 156.18 . Acall. 6277 . eiteadhaibh, TSh. 175c .

I A wing, pinion; fin:

(a) in lit. sense: ette (gl. pinna) Sg 67a7 . ho itib (gl. alis) Ml 80a7 . ro fersatar [in énlaith] gleic dia n-itib frisin loch, Dinds. 68 (neitib BB 385bz ). forluathar ar ite `it speeds on the wing' Ériu ii 120.13 . tennait [ind eóin] a n-ette fria curpu LU 2281 . tré sciath n-ete indala heóin 3282 . do chroitis [na heóin] a n-eiteda RC xxvi 140.1 . fosccud a eitedh in tan sgailes uadha iat, Ériu ii 120.12 . i n-ettib Hiruphin the wings of the cherubim Rawl. 79a29 . aingel Dé...┐ cethri hette fair PH 2094 . etti iarnaidi leo (of locusts), Ériu ii 194.1 . Fin: bradán...tri duirn ┐ dá mhér i fad a eite brághat `the fin of its neck' FM ii 996.10 . eite éo, Gleanings 17.9 (corresp. to cnáimh bradáin, Keat. ii 5404 ). Of some part of a spear: laigen .i. gai co n-eitib TBC² 2563 .

(b) transf. the wing of an army: gia ra thiasmáis i ndib carptib ánd itte co araile from one wing (of an army) to another TBC 5863 (ón eti, on eite, v.l.). .dc. marcach isin dara heiti dib in one wing CCath. 4876 . eitedha catha Cesair 5701 . doronsat eitedha catha dia marcshluagh...dia ndíbh leithibh, Hugh Roe 166.14 (f. 44b) . Peak or tail of cloak (?): eiti brec baí 'na mhatal, Cóir Anm. 126 .

II A feather, plume: enlaithi Abuaidi...nochu torchair eite asa sciathaib na cluim o thosach domuin, Ériu ii 128.6 . ni dechaid eti dib YBL 85a23 . Here also, probably: teag...┐ se lethtuighthi do eitib en IT iii 195.5 , 15 . ZCP viii 108. 18 . Acall. 787 .

As npr.: Ingen ┐ Ette (names of two birds) IT iii 243. 248 = Eti ┐ Sengan BB 384b19 . Cf. Eitte is Engan, Dinds. 66 .

étte

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n age: étte .i. aois, iar mbuaidh áoide ┐ étte .i. iar mbuaidh óige ┐ áoise, O'Cl. Cf. ag aos og ┐ eata [first `a' subscript], Luc. Fid. 344.11 .

ettech, ittech

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adj I o-ā

(a) winged; (of fish) having fins; having wing-like appendages: ítech (gl. velocitate avium pennarum) Ml 40c9 . a chacc cuirre...ittige, Bruchst. 36 § 86 = etighe IT iii 102 § 189 . eóin etecha LU 2422 . immad n-en n-ittech, Rawl. 78b25 . fuair dreim ndedgair n-ittich | do demnaib fo dímiccin, Met. Dinds. iv 84.69 . cnáim ind íaich ettig LL 129b22 . coichline ettech immi LU 9277 . 10235 . cochall eitech imbe TBC² 2573 .

(b) flying, fluttering (?): na mergeda ailli eitecha, Marco P. 57 . CCath. 3109 , etc. Cf. ind detech (leg. etech) Móchae Noéndroma (name of a crozier fallen from heaven), Trip. 40.8 ( Todd Lect. v 51.3 ) = ind itchech Mochoe `volatilis' ib. n. 1 . ind Eittech Mochoe 452.17 . This meaning would also be possible for some of the exx. in (a).

n II Collect. wings, fins: an uile iasc ar a mbia eiteach, Deut. xiv 9 . Lev. xi 9 . dá madh pinn eiteach na n-éan, Dánfhocail 84 . Cf. imdibe a n-edaigh `their wings being clipped' (of hens) Laws iv 118.30 Comm. See ZCP iv 355 .

éttecht

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n departure, death (?): d'ógmhnáibh an iarthair is guirt | éitteacht Éamoinn mhic Ghearailt, Ó Bruadair ii 150 .

étúachail

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adj i (túachail) lacking astuteness, imprudent, unwary: éttuachail .i. aimhghlic, O'Cl. túaichiol bá hainm do ghliocus, is edtuaicheal (éttuaichil, eduacaill v.l.) aimhghliocus, Met. Gl., Ff. 11 . nirb aimdeis, nirb étúachail not indiscreet Met. Dinds. iii 344.74 . tánic aister n-étúachail came on a heedless (ill-judged, rash) venture 134.4 .