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65 escaínes n m. roughness, rudeness: drong chuireas
easgcaoineas ionnracais mar bhrat ar an mbioth-ghrádh
bhíos aca do Dhia, TSh. 8959 .

escainid vlater also escaín (rarely escan-) curses:
ro escain C. in dún RC xxiii 404.5 ; 402.19 . ro mallach
5in popul Bretnach ┐ ro n-eascan German BB 210a44 = ro
n-eascain, Todd Nenn. 90.13 . escanait hé can ḟuirech
na naeim sin LB 277a24 = SG 65 y . ro hescained
Temair la R., MR 4.11 = FDG 17 (heasccaoineadh v.l.).
mar do esscain se Conall...┐ mar do bendaigh se Domhnall
10 BCC § 350 . Lism. L. 311.10 . gur heascaineadh Cuimín
le M., Keat. iii 1094.5708 . briathra Rónáin...uair
roesccáoin-siomh misi, Buile S. 102.27 . ro esgcáoin 18.2 .
Cf. esconaid.

escainte (part. of escainid) accurst; unclean: fri síl
15nÁdaim escainte, Todd Lect. vi 17.13 . in gnim colach
uathmur n-esgainte BB 415a46 . an t-aincristaidhi...
eigceannsa esccainte ZCP i 124.19 . eircc...co caistiall na
maighden ┐ dichuir as an lucht esconti fil ann ic adhmilliud
in tíre D iv 2, 57 [55]va 37 . adv rofrecair C. co hesccainti
20 abusively (?) Acall. 6719 . Cf. esconaid.

escairdde n io, n. disagreement; enmity: eccraide .i.
easccairde, O'Cl. In Laws, opposed to cairde (`interterritorial
law
or agreement') absence of `cairde': astad fir
escairdi detention of a person from a territory with which
25there was no `cairde'
i 172.25 Comm. F. mac D....i nescairdiu
friu co romarbh lucht lunga dibh AU 920 ( = i neasccairdine
FM 919 ).

escairdech adj o-ā hostile, inimical: atu i gcogadh rem
chairdib | ní hó inntinn escairdigh YBL 371a1 . eascairdeach
30 inimical, unfriendly P. O'C. See cit. fr. O'Cl. s.v.
éccradach supra.

escairdemail adj i hostile, inimical: roferad cath ainmín
escairdemail eturra RC x 184.22 . Cog. 76.7 ; 178.8 . an
duine easgcáirdeamhail, TSh. 6333 .

35 escairdes n u, o, m. enmity, disagreement: ar nescairdes
TBC 4042 St ( = n-athchardes LL). rochuimnig
a escairdes don rí[g]-ḟeinnid his enmity towards
Fianaig. 96.1 . ré haidble a n-esgairdis (of two combatants),
Celt. Rev. iv 120.10 . eusccáirdes Dé, Parrth. Anma
40 236.15 = Luc. Fid. 151.12 . muna mbiadh eagla
easgcáirdeasa do tharraing orainn the fear of incurring
enmity
TSh. 5440 .

escaire, escairid: xsee esgair-.

esca(i)t n f. haunch, ham, back of thigh: na hescata
45(gl. poplites) Lor. Gild. 184 . cusna hescata (gl. gambas)
180 . faircli ┐ esgat a lanomna in gluin, Auraic. 5035 ( = ecsait
1854 ). eascat righ, Lec. 367b29 = eascaigh r., Anecd. ii 79.
23 . a sála ┐ a orcni ┐ a escata TBC² 1934 . TBC 2595
(iosgata St isgada H). a t[h]raigthi iarma ┐ a escata
50remi (of a distorted body) TBC² 1451 . a da escait ┐ a dá
sáil rempe RC viii 54.14 = LL 115b11 . eascada (iosccada
v.l.) FDG 139 = MR 20.4 . lúirech...nosdítned ó hó co
hescait, TTr.² 1000 . ro thescsat a leth-iscait ndeiss foei
they strung his right ham PH 554 . doleice urchor don
55ghai do co n-ermaid i mbel a eascaidi co mbert a rind iter
a glun ┐ a colptha, Lec. 367b30 = iscaiti, Anecd. ii 79.24 .
do ghéarr sé ioscada a n-each, Josh. xi 9 , 6 .

escal: xsee esgal.

escalchaill n(a hybrid compd.) a wood of (Italian)
60oak: gl. esculetum Sg 53a7 .

éscamail adj i (ésca) lunar: mí éascamhail lunar month
Corp. Astron. 10.15 .

escand n a vessel for bailing or dispensing water:
escconn, es-cand .i. esc uisce ┐ cand nomen ind lestair.
65escand [cann LB] didiu lestar bis ag dail uisci ┐ a coss tria
medon, Corm. Y 519 . is escand la Brethnæ unde candæ
nominatur 568 .