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escomlúd, -ód, d u, m. (vn. of as-comlai) going
forth, a departure; going, migration: escomlud Longíni |
dond ríg-ḟlaith, Fél. Oct. 23 . e. ¤ Saturnín the departure
(i.e. death) May 2 . ar in n-escomlúd (gl. ob migrationem)
5 Ml 61a14 . iarsind escumlúd ǽrfotu (gl. post tam longum
degressum) 126b1 . ho escuml(u)d .i. do intinscitul in
gnimo (gl. ingressu) 15a3 . ic escómlad di (= don anmain)
as in churp PH 8139 . atchiter na hanmand iar n-escumluth
a corpaib, Ériu ii 106.27 . YBL 161a5 (escomlug). cech
10slúag oc escomlód asa longaib, TTr.² 918 . g s. i ndiad ind
escumluda hi tempul (referring to ingrediebar templum),
Ml 62b1 . laa n-escomlaithe, O'Mulc. 445 . ria n-uair a
escomlaite before his departure ZCP xii 373.35 .

1 escomna n(escoman) impurity, defilement: escomna
15.i. inglaine no eisinnracus, ut est: derge m[b]orbtuile cen
logad cen escomna .i. cin eisidhna no cen inglaine do denam
fria, O'Dav. 810 = Laws v 456 y .

2 escomna n excommunicating: co roibi [Ruadán]
bliadain lan oc escomna Diarmada hi Temraig YBL
20 136a25 = LB 260b26 . Cf. escoimne.

escomnaigid v g (escomna) excommunicates: pres. subj.
pass. mani denai, escomnaigther oen (leg. den) eclais imbíi,
Ériu vii 156.12 .

escomol n a vain endeavour (?): ba escomol comrac fris
25 CRR 56 (= ba esbach 55 ).

escon: xsee 1 esconn.

esconaid v(escon, cf. escainid) renders common or
unclean: pres. sg. 3 nant ní ídol et nád n-escona ní it makes
nothing unclean
Wb 10b26 . Cf. esconigud.

30 escong, esconga n f. (1 esc + ong ? RC xiv 66 , Ped. i
107 ) an eel: n s. escu(n)g (gl. anguilla) Sg 46b12 .
esccung IT ii2 246.21 . esmong .i. escong, O'Dav. 761 .
easgann IGT, Decl. § 12 . an Easgung (name of a drinking-
horn), Ériu ii 186.20 = escong ZCP viii 103.2 . Cf.
35 escuing (gl. hirudo), Ir. Gl. 935 . rom tresgair in esconga
TBC 2368 . focherd ind escunga tri ol imm chosa Con C.,
TBC² 1713 (= escongon LU 76b15 ). a s. in dall no ted
fon Sinaind co tabrad les escung gach ladra BB 256b29 =
Todd Nenn. 206 . benaid in n-escongain TBC² 1717 .
40 dobert an Easguing a laim righ C. (of a drinking-horn so
called), Ériu ii 187.2 = escung ZCP viii 103.10 . d s.
biad-sa im escaing IT ii2 246.8 (= bam esccung-so
246.21 ). in cach easgainn dibh RC vii 359.37 . g s.
ir-richt escongan LU 74a40 = escengan TBC² 1618 .
45 escuinge TBC 2298 St (esgainne v.l.). slemnithir eirr
escuinge, Ériu iii 14 § 8 . easguinne IGT, Decl. ex. 587 .
re homh eascoinne ITS v 112.27 . mong escuinne `dorsal
fin of eel
' SG 265 w . n p. bratáin luatha Lindmuine |
escanna Sinna, Acall. 734 . easganna RC vii 359.36 . d p.
50 sruth do escanguibh RC xiv 48.23 . Cf. perh.: eascong
.i. uisce [something omitted ?], O'Cl. eascan, easconn an
eel ...gen. of easca P. O'C. Cf. escmug and escuma.

escongra n(as-congair) a proclamation: dorónad
escongra choitchend fo chethar-aird in uli domain ó
55Chonstantin PH 361 . forḟuacair M. in n-escongra
n-airdairc LL 26a4 = Trip. 522.28 ; eascongra .i. fúagra
O'Cl. Cf. esgaire.

esconigud n u, m. (escon) making common or unclean:
trea n-esconigud through regarding them (sc. the Gentiles)
60 as unclean Wb 19a12 .

1 esconn, escon adj o-ā common, unclean: is æsscon
(gl. commune est) Wb 6c5 . is esconn...dosuidiu (gl. ei
qui existimat quid commune esse) 6c4 . is escon leu
a n-adobarar do ídlaib they deem unclean what is offered to
65idols
10c3 . cenodoxiae .i. ...na glore escone, nam cenon
(κενόν) grece comune latine dicitur .i. escon, Lib. Hymn. i 68
gl. 18 = Goid. 68 (gloss due prob. to confusion of κενός
and κοινός). na fer comlond duind forsin áth n-esgong-sa...
ór esgong ┐ esidhan lesiun in t-áth bharsandrochair a
5bhráthair RC xv 66.7 = TBC 2287 v.l. (heascomon LL).
gním cuilech úathmar escon .i. marbad a macc, TTr.² 14 =
escond LL 221b34 ( TTr. 335 ).