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40 éraid v ā Ped.(ii 636)refers this toas-roas,atrówhich
he takes as a compd. of-sō, but from this we should expect
érá-withvn. éród,etc.The verb may have been influenced
bysénaid, of kindred meaning, but it seems more probable
thatéraidis a denom. froméra, the latter being perhaps
45connected withrenaid(pays).
refuses,repulses (with acc. of pers. andimmof thing):
nach itge noguidiu | duitsiu ar nách n-éra that thou refuse it
not
Fél. Ep. 338 .caín-oís, caín-éra be courteous in lending
and denying
LU 46b19 = IT i 214.2 .in bochtán, in
50t-aidilcnech...nísn-éra, Ériu iii 98.11 .a Íssu | ro éra do
máthre`whom thy mother's folk rejected' Fél. Ep. 474
(ro herais v.l.).ro chuindig O. do mnai Gili ingen R.
cor ér ┐ cor eitig an ingen eseom, Dinds. 138 .ra érastar
┐ ra eittchestar F. na techta TBC 3013 (ro érusdairSt).
55 ro cunged o Chumull in ben; ros érastar Tadc, Met. Dinds.
ii 72.28 (the -s- perhaps refers to Cumall).ra chúala...na bói i
nÉire no érad iii 340.36 (ro erad,ro ærfad v.l.).ná héar
...mo ghlór, Ó Bruad. i 8.8 . Withimmof thing:tairced
fer ar mo chendsa...ni herfaiderdom incaibse ón sibse
60imme sin, or A., LU 21a18 ( = IT ii2213.15 ) =ni éraibther
┐ ni erbbaibther dom inchaibse ém, ol A., LL 247b12 =
IT ii2209az .nocotérfaind imm óenni, Ériu iv 98.4
(nidateraind v.l.).rot érastar mo [ = imm a] ingin he has
refused thee his daughter
Met. Dinds. iv 364.200 = Ériu v
65224.101 .nar érustar nech um ní, Acall. 464 .nír ér O.
duine riam | im ór ná im aircet 221 . BNnÉ 266.36 .nír
ersat mo manach riam | ...im biadh 271.33 .in cochall
ima ro éraid clerig L. which was refused to the clergy Aisl.
MC 41.19 .ni ro héradh eisiumh imon aisccidhsin FM vi
52232.3 .mac nach aoradh aon uim itche, Ó Bruad. ii 186.9
(éaradh v.l.).
? Withdoof pers.:mad do Ailill era IT i 89.6 =mad
di A. erae, Anecd. v 9.23 if thou refuse (it) to A.(?)Cf.
Lism. L. p. 327 cited underéra. See Ped. ii 636 . But the
10true expl. of this line is not clear. Thurneysen, Misc. K.
Meyer 63 , takesēraassubst.

eráil, n ir- , aur- , ur- ; later also (b)furáil. See also under
fuláir. (a) enjoining,urging,instigating , with gen. of thing,
for,ar, and sometimes gen. of pers.: (a)hi precept soscéli
15 eti n-iráil hirisse enjoining the faith Wb 18a17 .oc eráil
inna brithemnachtae enjoining the judgment Ml 95b6 .
dolluid P. do Themraig do erail creitme for ríg nErend
LU 113a1 . Trip. 38.2 . PH 7152 .oca aurail do neuch
fairsiom guidhi Dé laisiom when anyone enjoined on him to
20pray
Mon. Tall. § 75 .do erail eladan forru to bid them
exhibit their skill
PH 892 .ga erail ar a mhuinntir adradh na
ndee, TFrag. 146.10 .da urail ar cāch fer...do marbadh
inciting everyone to kill Laws i 4.21 .urail gen timgaire
`enjoining and not recalling' v 392.25 Comm. urail na hingine
25im trian tino[i]l`to command the girl respecting the third'
iv 64.5 Comm. coin...oc a nḟuráil foraib dia tomailt
hounds being urged on them for eating FA 28 LU (ic a
n-urailLB).T. do mharbhadh do Eilibh iarna eráil dia
bhrathair féin...forrae FM v 804.22 .di eráil co tardmísne
30[grád] don choimnesam=ut diligatur proximus PH 5448 .
(b)ag furail leisce...uirre inciting her to sloth Todd Lect. v
75.2 .boi E. oc a fhurail for H. in mnai colaig do lécud
uad urging H. to put away the sinful woman PH 864 .
aga furail ar an triur...gadaighecht do dhenamh BNnÉ
35 55. 7 .a gabhail gacha samhna | da fhurail ar shíol F.
the seed of F. are enjoined to recite it[viz.the history]
every Hallowtide 252.7 . With subj. gen.:C. roinnsma
gae tria A. ar irail Medba at M.'s instigation RC xxiii 327.3 .
tre furail ┐ tre aslach Poimp, CCath. 389 .mac Domnaill
40Hui C. da gabail le T. Hua mB. tre furail Ruaidhrí
Hui C., RC xviii 168.16 .ar mh'impidhe nó ar mh'ḟuráil,
Content. ix 12 .Topress loveon a woman,solicit: do urail
a seirci fuirre, Laws v 294 z Comm. in carthach .i. urail
uirre a tig charut`who was seduced' ii 398 n. 3 .in ben
45bis ac in fir a ndligedh lanamnais...┐ seoit berar for, a
urail [leg.a hu. ?] 400.2 Comm. noco tabair [seoit] ar
urail na carthaige 400.19 Comm.
(b) requesting, arequest: a De mair co n-agbaind mo di
erail (.i. itge) LB 242b8 from below = MS Mat. 633.21 .
50(c) commending,recommending,offering:(a)diar
n-iráil furib-si to commend ourselves to you(gl.quod
excusemus nos apud vos) Wb 18a18 .Colum Cilli co Dia
domm erail...(.i. co nderna C.C. mo erail co Dia) may
C.C. commend me to God
Rawl. 106b19 .baoí sidhe
55occ erail giall ┐ aittire oile dara éise offering hostages...in
his place
FM v 1862.25 =ro ghabh occ erail,etc., Hugh
Roe 10.15 (f. 3a) .Cf. gabhait...acc áil ┐ acc atach
Neill...┐ acc eráil ríghi an tire fair diamadh iad badh
cosccrach offering him the kingship if they should triumph
60 FM vi 2208.19 =dorairngerset righe . . na criche dhó,
Hugh Roe 248.23 (f. 66a) . (b)tainigc...do foráil a thighi
oiged for A.`to commend his guesthouse to A.' BColm.
98.25 .ni fhacamar mórán darbh iomchuibhdhe an
dioghluim-se d'furáil ar tus ina sibhse RC iv 352.2 . Of
65offering goods for sale:na connartha sin aga ffocra ┐
acca furáil in gach campa`these bargains(of cheap cows,
etc.)were offered and proclaimed' FM vi 2078.27 . See
alsofuráilem.