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esgal n f. noise, roar (of water); storm, commotion:
escal .i. torann, Lec. Gl. 413 (easgal M 225 ). eascal .i.
anfadh, O'Cl. P. O'C. eascal .i. fuaim; e. ¤ .i. tonn, P. O'C.
60 [a]estus .i. ind esgal (gl. metus) Ml 96b11 (cf. Sg 36b4 ).
rocluinter a torandbrucht ┐ a breisimnech ┐ a esgal iter
nellaib (of a whirlpool), Corm. Y 323 . co cluinter a escal
amail thoraind do chéin (of same), Dinds. 145 . escal in
mórmara oc a trentuargain do basaibh na ruadhrámha,
65 CCath. 1934 . co closs...escal in occiain 4332 . atracht
ascal (escal, esccal v.l.) mór ┐ fodhord isin muir 1427 .
rocoisc eascal in átha TBC 3880 St (eargla, coigedal v.l.).
trait torraid romra aird esgail, Ält. Ir. Dichtg. i 40 § 10 =
Rawl. 115a39 . fo bruth na nesgal n-ān 76a50 . Fig.:
5 essgal ┐ tessgal (of confusion and strife in a host) RC xiv
426.17 . rombáid fuil is tesbach tromm, | fuair esgal is
anforlond, Met. Dinds. iii 128.18 . easgal oighreata nó
gaoth ghoith-neimhneach na glóire díomhaoine the icy gale
TSh. 10720 . Cf. cain tesband teim essgal .i. is taitnemach
10doesband dorchatu esgaile na daille form LB 241a41 =
ZCP iii 224 § 13 .

? esgalach: adj Dungalach...esgalach (eslabar v.l.) IT iii
33.5 = BB 302a22 .

esgamain: xsee escuma.

15 esglann n ā, f. ? IGT, Decl. § 12 . Cf. eanglonn
(easglann v.l.), Metr. Gl., Ff. 25 . See escland.

? esgolta: ind ...in da eigsine ag cia a seisi. et esgolta
ina mbeloib brued senlitha don mortlaidh sin iaram, Arch.
iii 311.8 (b. na filed).

20 esidan adj o-ā (idan) impure, unclean, unrighteous: ni
thoimhledh [sic leg.] biadh n-eisidan, Lism. L. 1226 . amail
forfuair in corp n-eisidhan indtib, D iv 2, 42 [40]ra 8 . in úir
indledhech esidan...Electo `the snare-laying impure fury
E
.' MR 168.1 . occlach eisiodhan ainiccnech BNnÉ 321.
2530 . ar cloinn eisidhain Adhaimh RC xxviii 314.34 . gan
fheirg n-eisiodhain, Measgra D. 52.92 . huair tancatar
darm' thimna | na fir uallcha eissidna, Rawl. 76a23 . in da
ollbroinig uaibreacha esidna MR 222.20 (of opposing
armies). esgong ┐ esidhan lesiun in t-áth bharsandrochair
30a bhráthair RC xv 66.7 = TBC p. 311 n. 3 . rom gonsat
co hessidan they slew me foully Met. Dinds. iii 312.124 .
As subst.: a p m. ainced idnu, cuimriged essidnu , Tec.
Corm. § 2.16 . In: cen gním áig ná essidain, Met. Dinds.
iii 10z , e. ¤ is either attrib. gen. after gním or a fem. acc.
35form of the adj.

esidna n(esidan) impurity, defilement: cen escomna .i.
cin eisidhna no cen inglaine do denam fria, O'Dav. 810 .

? esime: n i ndigail a esime ┐ a diumusa BB 411b44 = D
iv 2, 26va15 .

40 esíne: xsee esén.

eslabar adj(ess + slabar, Ascoli cclxxv ) ample; liberal,
generous, unstinted: slabar cach cumang ┐ eslabar .i. cach
fairsing, Corm. Y 1153 . eslabar...fairsing o bronnad,
O'Mulc. 429 . eslabar (gl. liberalis) Ml 85a7 . rí óc eslabar
45 BDD 15 . óig-rí eslobar, O'Gr. Cat. 470.9 . ba heslabar
gurbat dērcach, Anecd. iii 13.13 = bat eslabar corbot
erdairc LL 345c16 . apair fris...ba eslabar, ba garta ZCP
xi 96.17 (eislabair, heaslabra v.l.). dia mba fuaireoch
eslopor trocar fri gach trog, Arch. iii 315 n. 21 . pl. eslabre
50.i. deo (gl. quaecumque amabilia) Wb 24b8 . Cf. con-
cechalsat buada atmbelat eslabrai a baccaib ráth LL
119b31 . Compar.: ce dotísat mórgressa remib ni ferae
cóini | fobíth nídat eslabru (e(a)slabra MSS.) oldás in Rí
dosfóidi `they are not more abundant than those of the
55King who sends them
' Ériu i 198.9 .

eslabrae n iā, f. (eslabar) liberality, generosity: eslabrae
(gl. liberalitas) Ml 19c20 . eslabra .i. enech, Fél. 110.37 .
Metr. Gl., Ff. 20 . Hard. ii 290.15 . eslabra Guaire `G.'s
generosity
' RC xxvi 376.3 . Ériu i 46.15 . ferr umla,
60ferr ailgena, ferr eslabra fris (sc. towards a guest), Ériu ii
172 § 2 . eslabrai co ndeirc, vii 152.32 . ZCP iii 26.5
(easlabra). easlabrai co cartoit fri saint 24 x . a s. co ro
shoera ar ttengtha [sic leg.] ar eslabrai n-ainairchis, Ir.
Litanies 26.17 . d s. ho eslabrai (gl. sua liberalitate) Ml
65 57b5 . do eslabrai ZCP xi 96.10 . cainduthrucht co
n-eslabræ ZCP iii 26.8 . a gáis ┐ ordan ┐ eslabrai ┐ indrac-
cus (essentials of a chief), Tec. Corm. § 5 . g s. á eslabrae
(gl. suae liberalitatis) Ml 57b1 . eslabrae dæ frinni (gl.
bonitatis) 105b12 . In concrete sense a generous person:
5 anairi cach n-eslabra, Arch. iii 230.3 . Cf. robruth rig
eslabrae LU 83b38 = BDD 34 (`a generous king's great
ardour
').