Print Edition

A B C D1 D2 E F G H I L M N O P R S T U


1 errach n o, m. the season of spring: earrach (gl.
ver), Ir. Gl. 1070 . ó errug (gl. vere) Bcr 37a1 . fēr a
vere .i. on errach , Corm. Y 622 . O'Mulc. 518 . ra sidi
erraig i llō mártai TBC 3382 . ascolt mor for cethraibh
5isind erruch AU 878 . Mon. Tall. § 29 . i n-erroch...is-
samrud FB 9 . sluaiged erraig ┐ fodmair hostings of spring
and autumn
Tribes and Cust. of Hy Many 66.3 . TD 9.16 .
Laws iii 394.6 Comm. ar feil Patraic erraig, Cog. 150.15 .
ní bí errach senduni there is no spring for the old Fianaig.
10 26.4 . earrach na hóige the springtime of youth TSh. 6347 .

2 errach, errech n o, m. a species of large bird (falcon
or sea-eagle?): erreg .i. eirr-seg, ar is he is tresam di segib,
O'Mulc. 410 . asbertatar alaile dib, ic aicsin errich moir
and: ba cosmail in t-errach fri herrcho Erenn, Im. MD
15xxxiv RC x 90 x (errich; erruch...herrchu v.l.). buadhach
in band fuaratar and eirrich Eireand, Anecd. i 73.217 .

3 errach: xsee airrach.

1 errad, erriud (-ed), irrad n o, m. eirreadh earradh
(ó éinchéill) IGT, Decl. § 11 . I Equipping, fitting out
20(a) céin robás ic errad tigi doib LL 268b11 = MU 42 y .
intan bá urlam la B. dénam a thige ┐ a gríanán ┐ a n-errad
díblínaib do brothrachaib ┐ brecánaib ┐ cholcthib FB 4 (cf.
2 errad). II Harness, apparel, dress, attire, vestment;
covering (often used to include full military equipment): (a)
25 gilla iar lécud a erraid uad a serving man who has taken off
his harness
(?) Triads 233 . errad ┐ eidedh in tsluaig ZCP
xiii 233.4 . Ériu viii 20.7 . na hairm ┐ na hearradha is
measa do bhí aca, Keat. iii 3053 . tug fá deara earradha
ban do chur orra female attire 2817 . iar ffágbháil a
30n-uachtair-earraidh isin ffiailtigh `outer garments' FM vi
1916.11 . earradh clúimh tiomchal gach tuir TD 1.5 .
altóra gan earradh gcrábhaidh, Ir. Monthly 1921, 508 .
(fig.) earradh cumhadh um Chruachain a garb of woe Ériu
viii 87.8 . (b) eter arm ┐ eirriud ┐ écosc BDD 102a .
35 gebid a erred cathaigthe imme 143 . atconnarc étach
ndatha | nocon erred anflatha IT i 219z . ba suachnid a
eirred nglan | eter ḟiannaib fer nAlban 80.17 (errad YBL).
erriud fennidi impu LL 266a29 = MU 28 x dorat Ianothán
... | uad a heirriud do Dauid | eter etach...eter gae is
40[s]ciath is chlaideb SR 5934 . amal in n-erriud-sa Achil
(of entire war-equipment), TTr.² 1009 . cu nach raibhi arm na
erred imairic la laech, Marco P. 126 . can erred airdríg,
BColm. 90.21 . leagar libsi earra ┐ ichtara bar n-eirriud
`let down the verges and skirts of your battle-coats' MR
45 176.25 . aichnid fora eirread comba filid (knew) by his
attire that he was a poet
FDG 595 = MR 66.23 . a heirreadh
núachair bridal dress IGT, Decl. ex. 431 . Æd in errid
uaine FDG 381 (= MR 48.13 ). Ir. Monthly 1921, 291 .
an brat asa bhfaghann fear | sláinte... | grádhoighidh é
50mar eirreadh TD 22a4 . (n p.) a n-errid ┐ a n-éttaid
LL 175b14 = CRR 28 . timthaige ┐ erredai ┐ étaige,
TTr.² 596 . eiruda srolda, Aen. 1912 . (a p.) ro
dicuirseat a n-erreda onorda dib robes of state CCath. 1072 .
(d p.) cona n-etaigib ┐ cona n-erredaib RC xxv 30.18 .
55 ros eitseat uile o eirreadaibh dereoilibh mean attire CCath.
1073 . is doilig in t-er[r]ed sin do iarraid do grēs dī (of a
hood or covering for a crozier), BColm. 84.25 . Fig. (c) i
n-iorradh chaoi `in raiment of grief' Ó Bruad. iii 112 § ii .

2 errad, irrad n ā (?), f. (cf. arra ?). furniture, chattels,
60 ware, merchandise (cf. 1 errad I): earrodh ware, merchandise,
furniture Kirk (= Arch. iii 154.256 ). airneis...earrodh no
treathlamh an tighe ib. (= Arch. iii 146. A 2 ). do theilgeadar
an earradh do bhí san loing annsa bhfairge = wares Jonah i
5 . TSh. 3757 . a niorruidhe , Acts xxvii 18 . a niorradha
65óir ┐ airgid, Rev. xviii 12 .