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etargaire n io,n. I Anintervening,interfering(between
two persons), aseparating(twocombatants) : eadarghaire
.i. dealughadh separating O'Cl. trí fuidb dotcadaig :
ráthaiges, etargaire, fiadnaise mediation Triads 135 .
55 doberar béimm n-etargaire ina chinn`the blow of media-
tion is dealt on his head
' (i.e.the mediator gets a knock
for his pains) ib. fuil etargaire bloodshed due to interference
154 .dligid ugra etargaire, Anecd. iii 13.22 = LL 345d10 .
fognithea etargaire eturru TBC 4578.5133 .atbert
60C. na romarbta Cu ┐ ni tharthus a edargaire co
romarbaid simul BB 350a27 ( Petrie's Tara 139 ) = RC xv
281 z .ní rabi...fer nolamad a n-etargaire who would dare
to interpose between them
FB 15 .is mebol duit cen
etargaire na deisi-se LL 120b39 .darónais a n-etargaire
65 thou hast separated them 120b42 .Ua C. ┐ Fir na C. do
theacht do gabhail tighe ar mhacaibh M.; ro marbhadh
cellóir...etorra occa n-ettargoire FM iii 178.3 .do érigh
F....da n-eadargaire ar a cele TBC p. 651 n. 4 (St).T.
mac A....do mharbhadh...i n-eadairghaire i longport F.
5`during his interference(to quell a quarrel)' FM iii 274.2 .
Cf. v 1680.6 .ni tria ṡainṡerc roscarsat acht uamhan
aroile dia n-etarghaire dread of one another separated them,
Hugh Roe 148.10 (f. 39b) .fri fer n-etargaire`the person
who interferes
' Laws iii 238.2 Comm. ben la fer, ni
10dleghar gan etarghaire etarru, Leb. Gab. i 30.7 .
IIAs gram. t., separating,distinguishingby means of
inflection,inflectionitself (ofgender,personandcomparison)
as a means ofdistinction: secht n-eatargaire dochuisneat
.i. a ngrad condeilg lasin Laitneoir is eatargoiri a n-ainm
15lasin filid...etargoire n-inchoisc hi persaind: unnse (.i. in fer)
unnsi (.i. in ben) onnar (.i. i [= a] nem): etargoire in inchoisc
persainni, me faden, tu faden,etc. ...etargaire persainni
i ngnim: darignius, darignis,etc. ...etargaire persainni i
cessadh: rom-char-sa, rot-char su,etc.[nom-cartar-sa, not-
20carthar-si Auraic. 3356 ]...etargaire derscaigthi i nderscugud .i.
maith ┐ ferr ┐ ferrsom...etargaire mete i mmetugud: mor
┐ moo ┐ moosom; etargaire lughaigthi i l-lugh[ug]udh: bec ┐
lugum [sic] ┐ lugusomh, Auraic. 639 - 659 . 3261 . 682 . 3298 .
is e in fear ┐ rl. is etargaire eter fhemen ┐ mascul insin; no
25is etargaire intan deifriche fri neach n-aili co n-anmaim a
athar senrud. innsci in tan asberar is e nama gen eraill
maille fris 586 .fid ┐ deach rem ┐ forbaidalt ┐ insci ┐
etargaire BB 296b32 (= IT iii 6 n 34 ). Auraic. 5066 .in
cenel no in gne in etargoiri? 894 . See ZCP xvii 283 - 284 .

30 etargairech adj o-ā(etargaire)n (one) whointervenes,
mediates(?): rop slan etarggairech fírion itir lobru ┐ triunu,
Laws iv 334.12 (`let him be sound, distinguishing (fairly)
and upright between weak and strong' PRIA xxxvi C 16,
303 ).

35 etargal: adj ...Ernmass ard a gal | Fiachra echtach
etargal LL 11a23 =eadarglan BB 35a41 .

etargánaid v(etargáin) intervenesbetween;protects:
pret. sg. 3 eadarghánaisar a chéile iad, Mac. an Iolair
33.23 .

40 etargánaide n amediator: g s. iodhbairt an eadar-
gánaidhe=sacrificium mediatoris TSh. 4509.4968 .

etarglas adj o-ā greenish(?): don usce uar uainide
etarglas BB 243a21 .

etargna: xseeetargne.

45 1 etargnad adj o-ā(gnáth) known,recognised: combad
etarcnad doib(gl.quibus voluit...notas facere.) Wb 26d12 .
ni ed a met as n-etarcnad dun known to us(gl.non solum
percipimus) Ml 138a12 .dú diarbu etarcnad in macc hísin
whence that Son hath been recognised Tur 22 .Cf.
50 etargnaid.

? 2 etargnad -ód,-úd n(a by-form or miswriting of
etargnugud?)makingknown,interpreting,expounding:
etargnadh firinne distinguishing (making known?) truth
O'Dav. 804 (this may be foretargne,q.v.).do foillsighedh
55dosam tre etargnad eolais, Ériu viii 18.19 .rofiarfaighsed
da fāidhibh...etar[g]nud ┐ aithni ar n[a] gaethaib 12.20 .
tuailing coicerta .i. beas cuimgeach etargnud na breithi
sechtair iar n-a coimcertugad do far menmain, Laws v 98.12
Comm. euturgnod goutha, Auraic. 3717 (=etargnaghudh
60gotha 845 ), an expl. ofetargaire.

etargnaid adj i(cf. etargnad) recognised,known,under-
stood: etarcnaid(gl.expertum) Ml 110d14 .húas etar-
gnaid dunni aní sin`since that has been known to us'
Thes. ii 7.28 .dorígnis do fhlaithius conad etargnaid do
65cách Thou hast made Thy kingdom known unto all PH
1371 .ba etargnaid d'Óengus she was known to O. Met.
Dinds. iii 390.78 .im cheist nach etargnaid`an obscure
question
' Lism.L. p. 326 z .etargnaidh .i. atgeoin .i. co
follus, O'Dav. 804 .