Print Edition

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


3 errad: xsee airrad.

erradach? adj o-ā: sciath erradach co tuagmilib fair TBC²
3172 . co rig nhErend n-irradach LL 301a39 = SG 373.35
(n-iorradach). Cf. sgiath erreadhach .i. eangach, O'Cl.
5 s.v. eirr.

erráid (erráit) n f. straying, error: do rinneamar
earráid we have gone astray 2 Chron. vi 37 . ar earraid
chreidimh, Luc. Fid. 182.12 . g s. dobhúail Dia é ar son a
earraíde , 2 Sam. vi 7 . erráid nó eirceacht, Mac Aingil
10 520 . gurbh e Eoin do impo iat o arrait ┐ o ṡechran ZCP
xiii 184.14 . ac sin arrait acat ITS xix 34.25 .

erraide? n Brigid Bratbru a chaillech-som...Ba mor a
herraigi. Fecht n-and doluid Brigid for tairireth. Facaib
a hinailt for a erraithesem , Anecd. i 8.2 , 3 . Cf. 2 errad.

15 erráidech, erraídech adj o-ā (erráid) erroneous, mistaken:
(a) ag gabháil an bhóthair fhairsing earráidigh go tigh an
diabhuil, Mac Aingil 391.16 . (b) d'ughdaraibh earraoideacha
eiriticeamhla, TSh. 2293 . As subst. (a) obair na n-earráideach,
Jer. x 15 (this may be g p. of erráid). an uile sheict
20earráidech, Mac Aingil 471 .

errbu? n érrbu .i. iriud nó eiridh soithigh, ut est . . .
ordlach innraic ina errbu the margin or rim (?) of a vessel
O'Dav. 807 .

errchaide adj io-iā (1 errach) belonging to springtime,
25 vernal: in cruad-goeth errchaidi, Cog. 182.7 . fri gáith n-
imluim n-errchaide, Aisl. MC 63.9 . arsin n-equinoctus
errchaidhe the vernal equinox CCath. 2327 . síon adhuair
errchaidhe FM v 1730.6 . le helltesaidhi na haimsire
errchaidhi, CCath. 2340 . adhuaire na haimsire errchaidhe,
30 Hugh Roe² 18 x (f. 10b) . iasgach earrchaidhe fishing in
springtime
Buile S. 98 y .

errchamail adj i (1 errach) springlike, vernal: biseach
laí ḟind errchumhail IGT, Decl. ex. 749 . fraoch na n-
iodhlann n-earrchamhail of the wintry blasts Studies 1921,
35418 .

errech, erreg: xsee 2 errach.

erredach: xsee erradach.

errend n n, prick, mark (?): indá érrend (gl. stigmata)
Wb 20d5 (see ZCP iii 53 - 54 ). Here perhaps: i n-uchtu
40ergal n-eirrind FB 23 . As adj. (superl.) pre-eminent:
hua neuch as aircendam ┐ as erríndem cecha soinmige Ml
56b22 . Cf. airrand, airrind.

érrethach adj o-ā (as-ren) paying, corresponding, correla-
tive; as gram. t.: érrethcha Sg 27a2 . hérredcha 30a16
45(gl. redditiva in both places).

erroi: ind erroi nonbair cech fir dib ┐ cerd manchuine (of
the Fiana) ZCP i 472.8 = YBL 325a17 . trí coica[i]d
rigféinnid badar aræn re Find. Erroi nonbair cach fir dib,
ZCP viii 561.6 = Lec. 370b1 . Perhaps we should read fer
50in each text, and compare airra (erra, orra, urra) = airrad.

ersaid? ind inersaid (gl. proprie, leg. propere?) Ml 23d20 .
The word may be not a transl. of the Lat., but an
explanation or supplement.

érsaigthe: xsee érass-.

55 ersuidigud: n(= air-) u, m. an artifical transl. of L.
pro-positum: g s. cia cossir indersu[id]igtho sainemil (gl.
cuius boni propositi studium?) ZCP vii 484.5 ; 494.1 .

ertach: xsee airddach.

értha (as verb. necess. of éraid) fit to be refused: díol
60farbh éartha gach aoighe payment which might justly be
refused to any guest
(i.e. an extravagant reward) TD 10.14 .

érthach adj o-ā (éraid) prone to refuse, grudging (with
imm, fa of thing): budh érthach na huaisle | fana duasaibh
ganna ZCP x 50.11 . ní héarthach uim gháire ghairt,
65 Ó Bruad. ii 156.19 .