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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 .

5 etargnaigidir v g(etargne) I (a) makes known,
denotes: pres. ind. intan asṁbiursa `meus'...nomréla ┐
nom-etargnigedar signifies me Sg 200b10 .pres. subj. cid
remí-n-etarcnaigedar that it even make known beforehand
(gl.praenotare) Ml 18c12 .perf. roetarcnaigestar(gl.confessione
10notavit) 32b5 . (b) interprets,explains, makes
intelligible: o tri modaib etargnaigit na trachtaire noema
corp Crist interpret PH 5177 .pass. o díb modaib
etargnaiterin rath-sa na n-ilberla 5484 .is iat séta etar-
gnaither sund na gnima,etc.,the ways that are interpreted
15here
3990 . II Knows, hascognisanceof: nocho chuimcim
coro etargnager fear no coro eadargnaichi fear me YBL
156a4 .

etargnaigthe io-iā(part.ofetargnaigidir) known,
understood: bid etargnáigthe glanruin aile=aliud potest
20intelligi sacramentum PH 4928 .

etargnáthugud n u,m. knowing, becomingacquainted
with: co ro adartha he iar n-a etergnáthugud when thou
hast learnt to know him
PH 2346 .Cf. etargnugud.

etargnaugud: xseeetargnugud.

25 etargne io,n., laterm.(vn.ofetar-gnín)n s. etargnæ,
(a n-)etargne Sg 198a3 .etergne Wb 33a11 .etarcnae
Ml 103a9 . 120b2 . 129c13 .etarcne Wb 26c7 . 23c19
(possiblyacc.).etargna Sg 197b10 . LL 187c49 .a s.
etargne Wb 14d33 . 21a8 .ætarcne 12c32 . 29a20 .
30 etarcnae Ml 42c2 .etargna, Thes. ii 2.35 .d s. etargnu Wb
15a1 . Sg 197b11 . PH 4595 .etarcnu Ml 42c11 . 46c20 .
27a5 .etargna, Anecd. ii 56.15 . PH 4910 .g s. etargni
Wb 24c6 . 26c5 .etarcni 1b18 . 26d15 .(ind)etarcni Ml
59a20 . 14c2 .etargnai Sg 28b3 .n p. etarcnae Ml 107b8 .
35 111c10 .d p. etarcnaib 72c6 . 117d1 . I Knowledge of,
acquaintancewith (with gen. of pers. or thing known; also
with subj. gen.):gl.experientia Ml 111c18 . 59a20 .experi-
mentum Wb 18b1 . Ml 19a13 . 19d18 . 107b8 . 111c10 .
117d1 .rupu accubur leu etergne mu chumachti(pro-
40bauerunt me) Wb 33a11 .ni toibre grád for nech cen a
ætarcne riam without knowing him previously Wb 29a20 .
er n-etargnu riam after previous cognition Sg 197b11 .
etarcnae nDæ knowledge of God Ml 129c13 . 42c2 .
m'etarcnae(ref. toagnitione mei) 103a9 .is toisigiu a
45cétna n-etargnæ...quama n-etargne tanaise Sg 198a3 .
hore don-infedam etargne Crist do chách Wb 14d32 .tre
etargne n-irisse through knowledge of the faith 14d33 .iár
n-ar n-etargnu dúib after our being known by you 15a1 .
ní derb linnai etarcnae inna lloc secha retham Ml 120b2 .
50 inna n-anmann etargnai names of cognition Sg 28b3 .
gu cumaid a ndeghghnima fon n-etargna sin so that they
shape (i.e. set forth) their good deeds according to that
knowledge
Lism.L. 4612 .
With subj. gen.:uat etarcnu from Thy knowledge Ml
55 140b2 (cf. II). II Thefacultyofunderstandingor
cognition: eadarghna .i. inntleachd, O'Cl. co etercerta
an-asberaetconrucca i n-ætarcne cáich Wb 12c32 (cf.
Ml 140b2 , cited above).co facaibh a fuillecht isin etergna
`leaves its impression on the intellect' Laws i 36.11 Introd .
60 is tuisechu etargna no intliucht do bith aiciquamcodnaigi
do thasselbad dó LL 187c49 . III Denoting,signifying;
interpretation,significance: mad hinunn a n-etargnæ in
chetnidi ┐ indirṡuidigthi if the notion of the primitive and
of the derivative be the same
Sg 188a7 , 12 .is é sin
65etargna fhollus na liachtan-so the literal sense PH 4909 .
3447 . 6801 . 4651 .iarsin etargna rūnda=juxta spiritualem
intelligentiam 4910 .techtaid in liachtu-sa etargna siansaide
=sensum habet spiritualem 6802 . YBL 155a1 .is é a
etargna side this is the explanation of it LL 281b24 .