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ébad n ā,f.(?) spellings:n s. ebad Auraic. 1358 .ebhadh
65 1196 .euad 1285 .eba 4300 .eua 4379 . As obj. of
verb:eubhai 4760 =ebhadh 1538 .a s.(?)triaebaid 5430 .
triebad 5600 .n pl. ébha IGT,Introd. § 12 may represent
ébada. (1)name of a tree, theaspen: ebhadh .i. crithach,
Auraic. 1196 . (2) helenium,elecampane: ebad i. elend
5 5523 . 5661 . (3) the name of the ogam symbol for e before
a broad consonant
(...×...),being the first of the ` foirfeda';
one of the double letters: see Auraic. 4389 .ebadh a fhidh
in anma asberar fer. e a guta 1533 . Includeseo(éo) Auraic.
5429 . 5599 . 5600 . Hence of the same sounds as expressed
10in the ordinary alphabet IGT,Introd. §§ 12 , 14 .Cf. eabha,
aebha `The Dipthong ea oraeotherwise written x orx&
is then called
Amhancholl or cc back to back' P.O'C. `The
Five Epthongs
,'na choig éabhadha(viz. eaas inbean,eo
as inbeol;eoi;euas infeur grass,ei) MacCurtin's Gramm.
15 p. 21 .

ébadach adj pertaining to the symbol or combination called
ébad: ebadach .i. ebad eter gach da fid(a species of ogam)
BB 313 = Auraic. 6066 ..l. ogum imm ebadaig (var.-ach)
nilmain(part of the literary student's third year course)
20 IT iii 34 .Cf. Ebadach Ilaind, Auraic. 5853 .

ebailt n eabailt,eabhailt IGT,Decl. § 42 are late forms
ofepeltu(epelt),q.v.

-ebarthi,-ebarthir: xseeernaid.

Éber o,npr. m. I Eberson of Salah( Gen. xi 14 ):
25 meic Ebeir meic Sale SR 4938 .o Eber mac Sala ille
| anmnigter na hEbraide, Rawl. 77a39 .mac do Sala Eber
(: trenfer) 77a36 . See Auraic. p. 370 .Eber OT . II
The name of several persons in the legendary account of
the origin of the Gaelic race, asÉber Scot,Éber Glúinḟinn
30 etc.see LL 3b24 . 4a19 . Keat. ii 414.547 . ZCP x 174 ,
175 . xiii 154 . Esp. Éber son of Míl, ancestor of the
southern Gaels: LL 134b26 , 43 .Maicc Ebir maicc
Erimon`the sons of Eber, the sons of Erimon' (i.e.all the
Gaels) Thes. ii 316 .Éber (: trén-ḟer), Met. Dinds. iv 262 .
35 airc leithimil díobh ar ndéinimh | síol Éibhir is Éireamhón
TD 16.6 . In later MSS. usuallyÉimher,etc.Compd.?
ebermag IT iii 57.2 . III n.fl.:go sruth nEbira
nEaspain`the river Ebro' Cóir. Anm. 38 .

éberda adj(Éber I) EberianorHebrew: o Eber mac
40Sala ille | anmnigter na hEbraide | is glēlerda ruc on tur
| bērla n-ēberda a oenur Rawl. 77a40 .Cf. Arafaxad, as
uad atat Calladha ocus Eaberda, idon, Eber, mac Saile,
mic Airefaxad `Eberians' (= the CaucasianIberians?)
MacCarthy 288 .

45 ebernacda adj ofivory: do echlascaib ebernacdaib, Ériu
v 148.42 .co n-ersandaibh ebhernecdaibh TBC 5606 (St.).

ebert: xseeepert.

ébind n(dat.) ebony: craind...d'ébind ┐ d'ébricc ┐
d'abíet di chedir ┐ di chupris(to build the Argo) LL 218b
5033 = TTr. 125 .do ébuirnn ┐ d'aebind bricc...dorónta na
tige fothraicthi, Alex. 593 (=embreccnóæbind brec BB
493b15 ).

-ebla: xseeagid,alid.

eblud ? n boaid .i. eblud, Auraic. 5446 .

55 eboire n(gen.)ofivory: buabhall e. ¤ `ivory horn' ITS
xix 86.19 .Cf. ebur.

ebrach adj o-ā Hebrew: eabhrach, Jer. xxxiv 9 .

ebrae pn I Hebrew language: declensionirregular;
nom. inebrae Ml 54a32 (forind e. ¤ ,cf. ZCP iv 57 - 8 ).in
60 t-ebra ZCP viii 113 .dat.isind ebrae Ml 2d11 . 54a33 .a
ebra , Hib. Min. 1.7 .tintúdh asind ebre 10.335 .isind
ebro 1.3 .cf. Ml 63b3 .gen. reim Laitne no Ebra,
Auraic. 3765 . Later exx.:dona tri primberlaib .i. Ebra
┐ Greig ┐ Laidin, Auraic. 2281 .Eaphra 2459 .Eabhra,
65 Keat. ii 102 .aneabhra in Hebrew John v 2 . xix 13 .
anabhra , Rev. ix 11 . xvi 16 . Asadj.:aibgitir ebra, Hib.
Min. 6.181 . 192 .sa teanguidh eabhra, Acts xxi 40 . xxii 2 . pn
II AHebrew :in tan dongniter da salm la ebreu di
confitebor Ml 26c1 .la ebreo 27d2 .do ebraib 51d2 .
5 Auraic. 233 .ho ebreib Ml 2a6 .in tEbra rod-riar the
Hebrew yielded to him
ZCP iii 38 .