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65 3 ed n law,rule(?)only found in etymological glosses :
ead .i. dliged, Lec. Gl. 177.211 . Auraic. 2730 . Laws v 4.
16 ,etc.

4 ed ?: n edh .i. cuma amail atá as n-astaide cach n-edh
fri hedh every grief should be restrained for a time(?)
5 O'Dav. 762 .

5 ed n eye: mo da n-ed (.i. mo dā ṡūil) LB 241a35 =
ZCP iii 224.6 .

6 ed n fire(?): fo edh .i. teine, Auraic. 2844 .Cf. aed.

7 ed ? ind ni há ead (.i. ni mór thuigim) ZCP v 485.6 .
10 Cf.perhaps:isedhed lais nicon tair in slōg i mbethaid
TBC² 2757 ( =indar leis ní hé ra fársed na sluago na
mbethaid TBC 4246 ).

8 ed n shelter(?): fo edh .i. a fosgadh no a suth, Auraic.
2845 .

15 eda indin etymological glosses:iss isuidiu .i. is an aei
eadha isin, Laws iv 178.23 ; 180.2 . Alsofheadhaand
adha, see Laws vi 7 andcf. edda.

edacht: xseeaidacht.

edad n the name of the fourth vowel of the ogam
20alphabet,e . Also said to mean the aspen (cf. ébad) :
edhadh .i. ed uath .i. crand fir no crithach, Auraic. 1195 =
edath 4298 .ergnaid fid .i. edad...ar is don crunn crithaig
is ainm ergnaid fid 5589 ,cf. e, ærc[n]aid fer nó fid .i.
idhadh, Anecd. iii 43.25 .ærchaid fid edath yew(?)
25 Corm. Y 606 .edad .i. eu, Auraic. 5522 .ba die edath no
bith in flesc, Corm. Y 606 .
Apparently confused withidad, the name of the fifth
vowel, in:ibine...arroichled iarom edhad as, co nderna
ibne de, Corm. Y 1301 . But perhapsibēneis meant here.

30 Edáil(l): xseeEtáil.

édáil: xseeétáil.

édaingen adj o-ā(neg. ofdaingen) I Insecure,weak;
fragile: ma ēdaingen in dūn, Laws ii 2.19 (etdaingin 2.24 )
Comm. áit édaingen, Expugn. Hib. 33 .ba hédaingen an
35ionbhaidh sin uair ni raibhe dúnaidh na caistiall...ann
FM vi 2210.7 .baile e. ¤ Fl. Earls 48.7 .caisléan éadaingean,
TSh. 1069 .caoi é. ¤ an unsafe way(?) A. Ó Dálaigh xx 15 .
gurab é. ¤ soileónta do bhí an cholann daonna, TSh. 2547 .
nach raibe se edaingean mar atá an gloine BCC § 123 .
40 IIAssubst. aninsecure place,weak spot: an bhfuighdís
éislinn nó éadaingean air, TSh. 7014 .g p. d'féchuin
édaingneach na tíre`to spy out the nakedness of the
land
' Gen. xlii 9 .

édaingne n iā,f. insecurity, want offirmness ; in Laws
45Comm.:g s. anfisetaingne ignorance of (the place) being
unsafe
Laws iii 276.20 .fis daingne no etdaingne 276y . v
160.25 .ag reic edaingne a aignid instability of character
O'Gr. Cat. 458 .

édaingnigid v g weakens, renders unstable: edaing-
50nighid siad ┐ sgriosaid na neiche adubradar, 23 P 10³,48b
34 .

édálach: xseeétálach.

edam: ind edam .i. airbirt bith .i. edo; edom didiu dind
airbirt bith ┐ din menbugud menbaigthe cach tuara chathes
55duine ; ni egamut imperiti dicunt , Corm. Y 518 (edam .i.
edó .i. domelim .i. oirberim bithLB).Cf. etham.

edamar: xseero-fitir.

édána adj(neg. ofdána) I Not bold, timid, timorous;
modest, gentle
:niptar heclaig edana BB 435a27 .is aire
60sam étana | ni fess nach ḟorm bus rǽna LL 296b12 =
SG 363.2 .edána eoin mara | ar muigh nach mar thrága,
O'Gr. Cat. 487.14 = Ir. Monthly 1921, 288 .ro iarfaigset
don abb...co hanband edana PH 584 .mé ar Mac nDé
éadána as m'ulc timid towards the Son of God because of
65my sins
Dán Dé ii 27 . x 27 . TD 22a12 . Ériu ix 163 § 10 .
ní chuirfinn acht mar charaid | locht id leith... | acht bheith
ort go héadána would deal with you gently Content. vii 18 .
dreach édána`gentle countenance' Studies 1921, 589 .
d'ḟurḟuighlibh éadána TD 39.9 .tréad is éadána ar ḟilidh
5 most modest (i.e. respectful) towards a poet 42.3 .
II To befeared,avoided: ba hedana leis taeb fri Ciaran
arna aimrer roime`he being shy of trusting to C.' LB
273a56 = SG 52 .