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ítharnae n io(1 íth+feórna)arush light,candle: itharnnae
.i. ith ┐ feorna, .i. semend, ar it glaine, ┐ ith na cethra notē-
ged isna cainnleapud ueteress. Aliter: ith ┐ ornnae .i.
orn orgain .i. orcuin itha, Corm. Y 735. i. ¤ .i. ith ┐ feornae
80.i. ō ro tuimter. nó ithid feornae, O'Mulc. 766. adann .i.
āenītharna ... ītharna | mad dia tecma i llīthadba | ...,
Corm. Y 69. Equated withcainnel:tri imglaice do cainnlib
cona toimsib techtaib, ocht nduirn a fot cach itharna,
Laws ii 250.z .fot cach itharna .i. fot cacha cainnli dib
85iar na roinn da dluighi do chur itha innti, 252.14 Comm.
seot hi luchair nae .i. oen ithornae do thabuirt for flaith
i tech, O'C. 878 (< H 3. 18,p. 393b ).ní sorche suilse ind
ítharni(marginal note), ZCP viii 175.18 .

íthascaig n d s.?in dā Loan ... cona cochull (MS. choll) do
í. ¤ impu, Aisl. MC 77.13 .

5 ithe n iā,f. vn.ofithid. Somet. showsdentalendings in Mod.
Ir., seeithi, IGT Decl. § 3.6 . (a) eating, the act of eating,
devouring: comithigl.commensationes, Wb. 20b21 .son
inchoissised longud ł. ithi, Ml. 56a13 .air ni foircnea in
fini hi. ¤ neich di anuas`the eating of anything of it from above,'
10 102a15 .huan ídigl.edulio, 124c8 .in nephithigl.inediam,
127c18 .i. ¤ a verbo edo.i. domeilim, Corm. Y 774. coin
dot i. ¤ ind`dogs shall devour thee for this,' Fél.² cvi 35. ni
caemnacair biad do i. ¤ , Sc.MMD R § 3 .lin a hi. ¤ a number
large enough to eat it
(of the paschal lamb), SR 3910. fearunn
15do cennach dia ar, no d'ithi a feoir(i.e.for ploughing or
grazing), Laws ii 358.25 Comm. dia ndenaid gait, no gat
d'ithedh, Laws i 56. 10 Comm. ar dith a éan, ar n-a n-ithedh
do'n phréachán, Celt. Rev. x 143.9 .dobheir da n-echaib
iat re n-ighti, St. Ercuil 2315. gurab falláin do'n duine
20`amigdolum' re . n-a ithidh, Eochairsg. 100.2 .do bhi
toirmeasgtha orra an iodhbairt ... do eitheadh, Luc. Fid.
246.12 .lochaidh ag i. ¤ na ngort uile, FM ii 988.16 .do
shuigh an pobal síos do chum i. ¤ agus ibhthe, 1 Corinth.
x 7. ? To this:a gheoidh iarna ghabail ... a ithí ímil edaigh
25 thou that gnawest the edge of clothing? (in a series of abusive
phrases), IT iii 103 § 193. Meyer, Bruchst. i 28 § 63 reads:
a ithe i mīl ētaig`der du (?leg.du der) dich von Kleider-
laüsen nährst.'

(b)agnawing pain: ar tsergaib, ar ithib, ZCP x 346 § 10.
30 cordis morsumi. ¤ croidhe, 23 K 42,45.17 .re heasbhadh
codalta ┐ re hi. ¤ bhéil an ghaile, 149.20 .

ithemail adj i(ithe)`voracious,'gluttonous: sē míanach moch-
loingt[h]ech, ocus sē ithamail anfhīal occurach, Aisl. MC
87.7 .fagus(φάγος)..i. ithemhail, O'C. 1468 (< H 3. 18.
35 p. 652 ).

ithemar adj o, ā(ithe) given to over-eating, `greedy': lanmair
ł. ithemairgl.uentris (pigri)`gorged or greedy,' Wb. 31b22 .

ithemraige n iā,f. great hunger, `voracity': occ īarraidh a
íccai ar chraos ar ithemraighe ocus ar ítaid n-ētūalaing,
40 Aisl. MC 119.17 .ítmaire ocus i. ¤ lemm mo chuit fodéin
`the thirst and voracity which I feel in consuming my food,'
95.1 .

ithid v Pres.stem:ith—, alsoeth—(which Ped. § 753Anm.
ascribes to analogical development on model ofib-,eb)-;
45 subj.stem:does-,-(d)es(s)-(deponent), later also-eth-;fut.
stem:ís(s)-(in Mid. and Mod. Ir. somet. followed. by -f- of
theb-fut.).pret.stem:dód-,dúad-,deod-(see Thurn.
ZCP xii 285 § 7 , KZ xlviii 57ff ., laterdo-ḟúad-,atúad-
d'ith-.Indic. pres. s. 1 ithim, Sg. 146b5 .s. 3 ithid, Ml.
50 137c2 .itius(=ithid+suff. pron.3 s. f.), 102a15 .-ithi,
ZCP iii 222.8 .rel. ithes, 133a5 .ithus, Laws v 168.11 .
pl. 3 ethait, Laws iv 138.9 Comm. doethat, BB 495a40 .
ithit, PH 7459. Impf. s. 3 -ithed, Sc.MMD § 1. no ethad
(MS. nāethad), ZCP viii 301.10 .pl. 3 -ithitís, LU 1689.
55 ittís, LU 1692. -eithidis, Luc. Fid. 246.10 .Ipv. s. 2 hith,
SR 2907. s. 3 ithed, PH 1023. pl. 1 etham, Goid. 78 § 194
(Dúil Laithne).pl. 2 eithide, Luc. Fid. 245.18 .pl. 3 ethat,
PH 1781. Subj. pres. s. 1 conda-esur, LU 8457 (FB).
Thurneysenloc. cit.takes the stem to be-dess-(<doess-).
60 s. 2 -essara, Sc.MMD § 3. -etha, SG 56.37 .s. 3 estir, Wb.
6b24 .-estar, ib. 23 . O'C. 2629 (< Eg. 88,fo. 53d ).du-d-
uoestar, Ériu vii 146 § 4 (see Thurn. ZCP xiii 103 ).doestar,
§ 2 .pl. 1 -dessamar, SR 1266 (see Thurn., ZCP xii 285
§ 7 ).pl. 2 -estai, Ériu v 234.55 .-dessabair, SR 1232. pl. 3
65 -esadar, O'Dav. 1092. -hethat, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 22 ,s.v.
gelistar.Subj. past s. 1 -ethaind, ZCP viii 227 § 11. -ithinn,
Gen. xxvii 4. s. 2 -hesta, Sc.MMD R § 3 .s. 3 -essad, LL
168b42 .-deossadh, Folklore iii 490 § 24 (See Thurn., ZCP
xii 285 § 7 ).-ethad(forsubj. pres.), Lism.L. 3802. pl. 3
70 -estais, Ml. 98b9 . PH 1512. con-etais , PH 1329. Fut. s. 1
-íss, LL 210b9 (=-is, BB 402b18 ).-ísa, Ériu v 234.51 .
íosuidh mé, Gen. xxvii 25. s. 2 -ísa, Aisl. MC 51.21 .iosair,
BNnÉ 110.21 . íosfaidhtú, TSh. 1308. íosastú(rel.), 2438 .
s. 3 ísaid, SG 56.z .íosaidh, TD 31 § 30. pl. 2 -íostáoi, Gen.
75 iii 5. -iosfaidhsibh, Luc. Fid. 329.14 .pl. 3 -īsat, ZCP vi
265 § 25. ístait, ZCP xii 391 § 13. rel. ista, Trip.² 2029.
Sec. fut. s. 1 -ísaind, Aisl. MC 17.3 .s. 3 -issad, RC viii
58.11 (= LL 116b27 ).iosf(adh), RC xi 327.30 .doíosadh ,
TSh. 2866. pl. 3 -ístais, IT i 75.15 .Pret. s. 1(no distinction
80betweenpret.+perf.)-duadus, Fél. 88.x .do-uadhus, TD
37 § 8. aduagus, Irish Texts i 22 § 4 .s. 2 dodais, LL 116b24 .
adhúadhais, ZCP ii 562.33 .s. 3 doid, RC viii 58.11 (= LL
116b26 ).-doid, IT i 77.6 . LL 117a48 .-duaid, Fél. 88.25 .
aduaid, Fél.² lxii 14. dua[i]d,doduad,doḟuaid, SR 1293 ,
85 1440 , 1287 .danduaigh , Anecd. ii 26 § 10. doithsí, Matth.
xii 4. Gen. iii 6. pl. 2 adúabhair, Is. iii 14. pl. 3 dootar,
Trip.² 2322. atdótar, Thes. ii 347.14 ( Hy. v ).-dotar, LL
115a z.aduatar, Fél. 128.20 .dofúatar, 24 .danuathair
(containing inf. pron.3 s. m.), 22 .duatar, SR 3332. atúatár,
LU 2517. dofeotar, RC xiii 460 § 63 ( LL 291b20 ).deotar,
5 Anecd. ii 59.11 .dufuetar, Ériu vii 164.6 .contótar, Cáin
Ad. § 14. adúadar , Matth. xiv 20. d'ethatur, O'D. 947
(< H 3. 17,col. 662 ).doitheadar , TSh. 3329. Pass. pres.
s. ethar. Corm. Y 757. -hithter, Maund. § 61. subj. pres. s.
eser, ZCP vii 269 § 15. pret. -does, Mon. Tall. 129.22 .-daes.
10 Trip.² 2121. Part. d p. eisib, Sg. 180b1 .Vn. ithe,q.v.
eats,devours,bites: bésu maith cia estir á bíad`though
he eat his food
,' Wb. 6b24 .ithimgl.mando, Sg. 146b5 .eisib
ł loiscdibgl.adessis, 180b1 .itius anuas dusclaid anís`they
eat it from above, he roots it up from below
,' Ml. 102a15 .
15 edente.i. hithes, 133a5 .atdótar coin alltai he ic Scetaib,
Thes. ii 347.14 ( Hy. v ).etham ar gccuit`edamus portionem
nostrum
,' Goid. 78 § 194 (Dúil Laithne).arna hethat cethra
na gurta, Thr. Ir. Gl. 22 s.v. gelistar=arnā comblaisset
..., Corm. Y 674. inathar .i. ind-ethar .i. ind tēit cach
20ní ethar, 757 .nico does mír feolai ... hi Tamlachdai,
Mon. Tall. 129.22 .isbertatar maic Uisnig nach ístais biad
i nhErinn ..., IT i 75.15 .aduaid in beist hesium, Fél.²
lxii 14. fordindet in bocc fesin dú i ndaes indicates the place
where it had been eaten
, Trip.² 2121. dootar mucca ar macc,
25 2322 .atá biad lat cen co-n-essara, Sc.MMD § 3. no marbad
tarb leó ┐ no ithead oenḟear a ṡáith de, BDD² 123. dodas-
fuaid cos[in]n-oenmír(of a serpent), SR 3860. no-ithead
in tróg hisin ┐ nó-athcumad cech áen ticed chucca`servire
dentibus miser coepit
,' Lat. Lives 95.14 .do neoch ro sluic
30talam ┐ atúatár bíasta, LU 2517. tobertatár bec dini
hublaib leó a cétlá nos ithitís inna curuch, 1689 (ICM).
gelidquiaithid, O'Mulc. 634. meni esbetar sál in mara
ł mani dotar in muir, LL 115az .dūn fir ithus gait who eats
something that has been stolen
, Laws v 168.11 .noco
35n-ísaind-sea acht minustecma gorta, Aisl. MC 17.3 .
no-buailed ┐ no-ithed cech oen frisa mbenad(of a woman
possessed by the devil), PH 1994. uail(i.e. bail) a ngeltatar
oc Temair L. deotar itir ūir ┐ griaun, Anecd. ii 59.11 .nech
doestar carnea nech (leg.n-eich, Ed.), Ériu vii 146 § 2. conid
40disuidiu dufuetar an obul dichmair[c], 164.6 .dfuadar a
sáith agas ni rugeadar a bhuidhe re Dia, ZCP ii 552.y .
Conall Cū no-ethad dā chīch a māthar amal coin, viii 301.10 .
beag d'im do-uadhus, TD 37 § 8. glacaoidhe ┐ eithidhe,
ag so mo chorp-so, Luc. Fid. 245.18 .amhuil do eithidis
45na hiudhail an iodhbairt, 247.17 .óir a dúabhair súas an
fineamhuin`for ye have eaten up,' Isa. iii 14. agus a duadhur
agus do ibhidur, Gen. xxiv 54. cibé itheas don arán so
`qui (manducat hunc panem,' TSh. 2851. íosfaidh tú an
talamh gach aon-lá terram comedes, 1308 .ní hithtí leo ...
50acht aonphroinn san ló, Keat. ii 5099.
Of stock,grazes: ocus ethait ní ina feis`and they eat
something in their
`feis'-trespass,' Laws iv 138.9 Comm.
dofeotar cáircha glassin na rigna, RC xiii 460 § 63.