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2 erbaid v i, erp- Wb 1d10 , etc. airp- 8c12 . eirp-
Ml 43c18 .
20 (a) With reflex. pron. entrusts oneself, followed by i n-
(less often do) with both acc. and dat. trusts in: pres. is and
nomérpimm (gl. confido in Domino) Wb 6c3 . nít erpi illed
nach áili (gl. confidis te ipsum ducem esse) 1d10 . nundn-
erbai (gl. confidenti) Ml 65b6 . With pron. suffix. ní ind
25fessin eirbthi not in himself does he trust 51b12 . is ind
nosn-erbat in Him they trust Ériu iii 2.18 . imp. nachan-
erbbad i n-ídlu, nan-erbbad i nDia let him not trust in
idols but in God
ZCP xi 88 § 57 . nachib erpid si i bar
cumachtu Wb 22d6 . subj. pres. níp and nob irpaid (gl. ut
30fides vestra non sit in sapientia hominum) 8b2 . impf.
nosn-erbtis inna lín (gl. numero fidentes) Ml 85d4 . nuda
erbtais (gl. confidebant) 46d12 , 10 . past subj. nert...
indam erbainn in which I could trust 29d5 . fut. doneuch
nodn-eirbea ind who shall trust in Him 51b10 . perf.
35 roeirpset á sonartai hisu[id]ib trusted for their strength in
them
43c18 . With do: nom erbaim duit uile | dom ditin
(a prayer) ZCP vi 260.7 . duine non-erba dia chruth
who trusts in his beauty of form 267 § 9 . abbair fris, ní
n-erbba (nachan-erbbad v.l.) do ṡoebḟáthib, nan-erbba do
40ḟírinni, xi 87.14 .
(b) entrusts, commits (someth. to someone), entrusts
(someth. to be done), lays (a charge, duty on someone)
(erbais .i. furáilis, O'Cl. ): with do of pers.: erbaid (gl.
credit `entrusts') Ml 14d15 . a n-erpther doib what is
45entrusted to them
Wb 31c12 . is hed roerpad dom
(gl. dispensatio mihi credita est) 10d27 . 31a10 . 18d15 .
inní roherbad duit IT i 40.27 . ic follamnus ind lochta
roherbad duit o Dia do fhollamnus `the people entrusted to
thee by God to rule
' PH 4095.4175 . LU 30b19 ( FA 28 ).
50 ra erb a mháthair é do dib mnaibh dá bhádhadh
`gave him in charge to two women to be drowned' TFrag.
30.1 . erpais togu do gave him a choice TBC² 2865 .
roerbad dúnni forcell do thabirt Wb 25d20 . Laws iii 500.
22 Comm. v 194.20 Comm. roearb do Brigit a coimet
55 IT i 41.20 . issed roherbad dó, ingairi mucc, Todd Lect.
v 20.7 = roherbath, Trip. 16.27 . roherbadh do Dubthach
tasfenad breithemnusa ┐ filidechta Eirenn, Laws i 14 .
28 . LU 118a36 . ro erb ┐ ro aithin dóibh DC long do
denum, CCath. 168 . With di: ro erbustar de dul ar a
60cenn charged him to go for them Laws iii 320.6 Comm.
(cf. ro erbustar do duine airithe dul, etc., v 334.21 Comm. ).
With fri: amal as friss ro airptha as they have been
entrusted to him
Wb 8c12 . ro erb M. fris frestal na
hatha charged him with the task of looking after the kiln
65 Fél. p. 12.9 . nocha n-eisium ro earb riu an comairce
do denam, Laws iv 230.10 . acht co n-erbad a thigerna
friss provided his lord enjoined (it) on him CCath. 3559 .
nir herbad frim anad a n-inad eli (a guest who has chosen
his own seat) MR 66.10 = FDG 584 . With for: ro erb
5fuirre leth a lachta do thabairt día dhalta BNnÉ 129.4 . ZCP
vi 48.30 ; 77.23 . no erptha for macaib U. dul i ngabthaib
YBL 110b40 = no erálta IT i 74.18 . ro earb an
t-aingel for C. dol i n-ord manach BNnÉ 126.19 . Hugh Roe
304.5 (f. 79b) . earbuiss ┐ folairis fair ina huile...d'firfhais-
10neis, Fl. Earls 126.16 . Without pers. obj.: ro erb a
aenmac do thabairt ina dochum ordered his only son to be
brought
ZCP xiii 197.13 . ro erbamar a sgribad ar tarbai do
lucht a legt[h]a ordered it to be written Aisl. Tund. 119.16 .
(c) With transference of obj. from thing to person: ise
15roerb in Coimdiu dia tesorcain it is he whom the Lord
entrusted (charged) to save them
RC xii 424.4 . iss eside
ro herbad do marbad mac Uisnig IT i 75.20 . ra herbad
Oisine dia fuine O. was charged to cook it RC xiv 245.21 .
ishe roherbad a n-agaid Congail `was charged (to go up)
20 against C.' Ériu v 236.86 . rohearbad huadi-si naonbur
...for a n-iarair nine men were sent (charged) to seek them
Arch. iii 325.31 . is ī tra sualach [sic] ro herbad do
chathugud frisin ndualaich se ZCP iii 26.4 . isi sualaich
roerbath frisin ndualaich-se dia dibduth the virtue which
25has been assigned to annihilate this vice
25.22 . erbaid
óenfer dá n-acallaim LU 19b27 = MU 50.6 . Cf. tairceth
fer i n-áth, ol F. ...ni éraibther ┐ ni erbbaibther dom inchaib-se
ém, ol A., ragatsa féin it shall not be refused, and none shall
be appointed on my behalf
(?) LL 247b13 = IT ii2 210a1 .
30 (d) grants, assigns: is heside roerb do Dia ┐ do Patraic
= obtulit hereditatem Todd Lect. v 38.10 . (with gl.: ro
earb .i. ro aentaig no ro fulair, Arch. iii 18.13 ). ro erb
boin dia blegun do Brigit appointed a cow to be milked for
B.
(= destinavit vaccam puellae) 68.6 . erbb úait secht
35cóic do Niall assign (allow) seven lustrums to N. Arch.
Hib. ii 48 = LL 181b36 . Cf. lotar co Cruachain do brith
breithe dóib ┐ ro feimdes o Ailill co ros erb co Samaér LL
166b26 (= condas fæid, Dinds. 106 ).
(e) With for of thing (?): ecni foracbusa and don-uc lat
40ass do Findabair ┐ urbad fodesin fair ┐ fonaiter le iarsin
co maith YBL 58b34 (= erbad ZCP iv 42.17 . irbbad
`let herself take charge over it' RIA Ir. MSS. Ser. I i 150 ).

erball n o, m. a tail: erball didiu iar-ball .i. ball
dedenach ind anmanda, Corm. Y 507 . robatar lamo iomda
45lais et iarboll, Aisl. Tund. 108.24 . erball fata garbh
108.29 ; 134.21 . iter erball ┐ [ḟ]indfad ┐ uth tail and fell
and udder
(of a cow) Laws, iii 378.9 Comm. ; 370.9 . manid
in leuidán...adchomaic a erball LU 85b21 = BDD 56 .
dam...gu n-urbull imthromm LL 247a28 = IT iii 247.1 .
50 samalta fri herball fiad-eich IT i 271.24 . ó ó go erboll
from ear to tail (of a bull) TBC 6159 (iarchomla v.l.).
gabhaidh dá earball air fein lashes himself with his tail
(of a lion) TSh. 2608 . erblu asa toebu LB 149b28 .
ruainneach earbaill eich YBL 343a26 . ina n-erblib (of
55horses) RC xiii 68.20 . co n-erblaib abbelaib accu o mud na
con `wagging their tails' BColm. 82.34 . do bhádar iorbuill
orrtha...agus do bhí cailg a n-a n-iorbluibh, Rev. ix 10 .
bun a nearbuill the rump Exod. xxix 22 .

? érbecc: adj dícheltir inna láim nad bu erbec LU 133b27
60= Imr. Br. 47.16 . érbec v.l. (`that was not very small ').

erber n(Eng. erber, herber, obsol. form of Eng. arbour) an
arbour, bower: co roibi in righan a n-erber re taebh in tuir
ZCP vi 27.6 .

erbirigithir v g (airbire ?) I Charges (?): erbirigithir
65(gl. si quis videat multos hominum vitia sectari) causeturque
(de tali inproborums tudio)) Ml 35b6 . II Explains: erbirigid
(gl. causatur (cur currit)) 90a7 .