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escaraid v(1 escar) I Intrans. shoots forth, flourishes:
luath ar an ccioth mhesdar mall | ní esgar ioth 'na ionam
55 early comes the downpour which is expected late, corn does
not ripen in due time
23 L 17, 30 (cf. Ir. Monthly 1920,
108 ). Cf. ó d'eascaras gan airgiod since I have grown
up
(?) or have chanced to be (?) Ó Bruad. iii 162.13 .
II Trans. overthrows, lays low , and in pass. is over-
60thrown, falls: pass. pres. subj. cona rohescart[h]ar mé | is
na rohescarthar m'ech ZCP i 455.14 . perf. roescrad co[r]
roimid a chenn `was cast down' Trip. 240.8 . isin tṡlu-
aghadh sin rohescradh Cú Uladh co nderbailt de was
thrown (off a horse
) AU 1104 . FM . rohescradh Gilla
65Brenainn...corusdíchendsad Mumnigh `fell' RC xviii 161.
27 . ra heaschrad e da eoch fen ┐ adbath, TTebe 1694 .
an Aodh-chlann... | do heasgradh go haon-chrann siúil the
A.-kindred have been laid low to the last mast
Ir. Monthly
1921, 243 .

5 escart n I Tow: escart (gl. scupa = stuppa ?) Ir. Gl. 254 .
supa lassamna do escart crin...do cengal i n-erball gach
sinnaig YBL 296a29 (= do escairt LB 127a33 ). do ṡopaip
escairt LB 156b58 . II Refuse, offscourings: escart nó
perditio (gl. peripsema) Wb 9a8 . escart .i. cartair es,
10 O'Mulc. 444 . Cf. as-cart.

escartach adj o-ā (?) (escart) (a) made of tow, coarse
(or subst., id qu. escart ?): léinteacha eascaoine easgartuig
PCT 103 . (b) refuse, offscourings (?): fig., of sinners:
escartach diabuil ┐ in t-etecul fás folam cin nach n-ertorad
15...cuirfiter iatside i bpianaib suthaine LB 187b3 .

escartaid v(escart) drives out, expels: boc-ṡlaitt dia
n-escartad conu ┐ oblóri a switch with which he used to
drive away dogs
, etc. LB 188a19 = PH 851 . impers. fut.
eiscert[h]ar ZCP viii 207 § 41 .

20 escat: xsee escait.

escecht: xsee uisgecht.

esceptaid, exc n(< Lat. except-) an exception: ní ex-
ceptaid linn són sed regula Sg 37a8 . cen exceptid without
exception
Wb 2a20 . 25c32 . pl. na hesceptaidi `exceptions'
25 Laws, v 224.9 Comm. ; 258.21 . na daine nachat
escebtaidhe uithir `who are not exceptions from sick main-
tenance
' (who are not cases of special treatment as regards
sick-m.
?) iii 356.5 ; 9 . cenmotha na eiscebtaidi uithir
356.15 . eisceptaidhe uithir v 312.10 .

30 esceptus, exc- n m. (< Lat. exceptus) an exception: in
Laws, Comm.: cumad eisceptus in fiallach so this party may
be an exception
Laws i 240.10 Comm. cidh fodera nach fo imcomus
chinuigh...riaghuilter so ? nín. eisciuptus, ┐ is edh fodera
in t-esceaptus uair is codnaighe doib, etc. ii 66.8 . Esp. in
35phr. ar e. ¤ (do) as an exception (in the case of), by way of
excepting: enech na hoigi ar esceptus di, i 120 x ; 190 w .
ar esceptus sin don briughaidh 200.22 . ar e. ¤ don oig
sin sech cach duine 228.29 . ar exceptus 228 z . Cf. millfet
lí th'aigthe ar m' ḟechtus | bid é th'aith[n]e ar m' eis-
40ceptus `this shall be thy reward for vexing me' Met.
Dinds. iii 62.100 ; this passage is apparently the source of:
esceptus .i. cur i n-aghaidh, O'Cl. , but the meaning is not
clear, and the word may be used as in the exx. from Laws,
above. Cf. also eisceaph(tas), eisceach(tas) an exception
45 P. O'C.

eschoitchenn adj o-ā (coitchenn, an imitation of Lat.
ex-commun-) excommunicated: atberim a beith malarta
escoitchend tria bithu PH 615 .

eschoitchennaigid v g (eschoitchenn) excommunicates:
50 subj. pass. na ro-eschoitchennaigter nech ó'n eclais PH
5318 . perf. pass. ro hescoitcennaighedh...o thuaith ┐ o
eclais in t-ingrinntidh ro ṡaraighestar comarba Patraic AU
1157 = ro hesscoitcendadh FM ii 1124.9 .

eschoitchennugud u, m. (vn. of eschoitchennaigid)
55 excommunication: Saxoin d'eschoitchionnucchadh la comh-
arba Pettair FM iii 158 x .

escíallugud adj u, m. bewildering, making foolish: cech
lind soomescthea is descaid dermait Dé...┐ gresacht diumais
┐ esciallaigthe ┐ elscothachtha ┐ mitoli inní sin, Anecd. v
603.17 = esciallaige, Alex. 870 .

escir n k(?), f. a ridge, an elevation (separating two plains
or depressed surfaces): eiscir .i. cir oc eisc, ar ni bi ard
cen fan occa, nó eiscir .i. ni gnīm lām acht is Dia dorigni
in tocbail sin (ref. to χείρ), O'Mulc. 434 . conucbud in
65talam súas fó P. isind áth ┐ fogobat ind eolaig beos ind
eiscir sin `that ridge' Trip. 92.19 . gleand cumung go
n-eiscir uraird dara lar, CCath. 2408 . rathuitt ac Escir na
Fian LL 205a20 . sab rainne Hérend i ndó | Escir
Riadda..., Met. Dinds. iii 282.90 . san Gairbh-eisgir AU
5 1475 . pn g s. maidhm na Gairb-eiscrech , L. Chl. Suibhne § 49 .
caislen Escrech Abhann AU 1512 (Eiscreach FM ). Cf. Ath
Escrach Cuan 1307 = Ath Easccrach Cuan `the ford of St.
Cuan's esker or ridge
' FM .