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escand n avesselfor bailing or dispensing water:
escconn, es-cand .i. esc uisce ┐ candnomenind lestair.
65escand [cannLB]didiu lestar bis ag dail uisci ┐ a coss tria
medon, Corm. Y 519 .is escand la Brethnæundecandæ
nominatur 568 .

1 escar n(ess-scar;cf. Ped. ii 615 ). I Ofvegetation,
springingup,shooting,ripening,blossoming: eascar
5 ashootinginto ear, ablowing, an opening,separation,
spreading,expandingorparting P. O'C. ré linn easgair ┐
aipche(of corn), TSh. 9121 .dobhéra tú air do ṡíol eascar,
Is. xvii 11 (henceeascar`flourish' Kirk ).Cf. do raobadh
beárna i n-áitibh eascair, Ó Bruad. i 30.3 . II Anoverthrow,
10 fall; esp. of a fall fromhorseback: lair is laech ic lem iar
n-esgar uirre IT iii 101 § 181 .M....do escor, corbo
crolighi báis dó AU 1003 .M....do escur co robrised a choss,
1008 .dorala L. iarna esgar roimpisi dia cois, Aen. 2839 .
C. do marbadh dh'esgur AU 1341 (do esccor FM ).co
15rogonadh a ech ┐ co torcair don escar sin la Cenel C. 1201 .
U....do marbadh d'escur ar toitim dó da eoch 1297 .tuitis
an t-each go dtarla C. fúithe, gur briseadh a mhuinéal...
san eascar soin, Keat. iii 3253 .fuil each oc eascar dib
`blood (shed) by horses when leaping' (blood shed by falling
20from horses
? with gl.:in tan ocrus se sin a scát[h] no a
preapa when [the owner] gives warning of their shying or
starting
154.25 ) Laws v 152.5 .escar Gaoidhel ég
énfhir the death of one man is the downfall of the Gaels
O'Gr. Cat. 389.12 .ná bí ar buile do mhian bhan...ná dén
25escar 662.16 .a Chriosd...do thogaibh Dauidh as easgar
a phecaidh, Parrth. Anma 342.21 .cach combrug dogeibh
neach o toitim no o esgar, C iv 2,25vb 12 .Cf. esgar .i.
osgar .i. leim,ut est: slóg Isu án esgar[ Fél. Prol. 63 ],
O'Dav. 774 ; and:ni hescor sáitha atchi, Fianaig. 16 § 47 .
30 dia hescur ní hergithar LL 150a12 .

2 escar n o,m. IGT,Decl. § 17 .acup,goblet: eascar
a cup, goblet P. O'C. caire dabach esgar ian, Cóic Conara
45.9 (=escra Laws i 134.11 ).roinn easgar n-ōir IGT,
Decl. ex. 762 .easgar airgid nó bleidhe béildearg óir,
35 TSh. 486 .Cf. escra.

escarae n nt,m. enemy,adversary: escara .i. ni cara,
O'Mulc. 428 .cense fri cách eter caritetescarit Wb 30b27 .
nahescarait (gl.inimicos) Lor. Gild. 42 ; 18 (gl.hostibus).
coimdi carut, is e eccoimdi escarut, Laws v 338.23 Comm.
40 ba hescara bunaidh do C. in fer isin, CCath. 3021 .ar son
escarat 6003 .guin...esccarat 5674 .daeasccairdib 2969 .
da imdegail ar a escairdip 5405 .m'escaruit my enemies
Ériu iv 214.2 .réidhigh go luath réd h'easgcaruid, Matt. v
25 .fo smacht a n-eascarad, Keat. iv 13.27 .m'eascáirde ,
45 Ps. xxvii 2 .arn-ésccairdeadha , Luc. Fid. 253.2 .
ar fhuraileamh a easgcarad .i. an diabhail, TSh. 2464 .
an triar easgcarad úd an duine 2127 .saor inn or n-easgcairdibh,
Parrth. Anma 18.7 .ga mhéid esccara ag an
anam ? 245.4 . Luc. Fid. 157.3 (ésccara).ar a easg-
50cáirdibh, TSh. 2763 . COMPD.:escar-náma foe: g p. aga
imcoimét ar armaibh aescarnamat ZCP vi 30.32 .aga
imdhiden ar urcuraibh a escarnamud 57.6 .

escaraid v(1 escar) IIntrans. shootsforth,flourishes:
luath ar an ccioth mhesdar mall | ní esgar ioth 'na ionam
55 early comes the downpour which is expected late, corn does
not ripen in due time
23 L 17,30 (cf. Ir. Monthly 1920,
108 ).Cf. ó d'eascaras gan airgiod since I have grown
up
(?) orhave chanced to be(?) Ó Bruad. iii 162.13 .
IITrans. overthrows,lays low , and inpass. isover-
60thrown,falls: pass. pres. subj. conarohescart[h]armé | is
narohescartharm'ech ZCP i 455.14 .perf. roescradco[r]
roimid a chenn`was cast down' Trip. 240.8 .isin tṡlu-
aghadh sin rohescradh Cú Uladh co nderbailt de was
thrown (off a horse
) AU 1104 . FM .rohescradh Gilla
65Brenainn...corusdíchendsad Mumnigh`fell' RC xviii 161.
27 .ra heaschrad e da eoch fen ┐ adbath, TTebe 1694 .
an Aodh-chlann... | do heasgradh go haon-chrann siúil the
A.-kindred have been laid low to the last mast
Ir. Monthly
1921, 243 .