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esorcon ā, f. (vn. of as-oircc) n s. essarcon Wb 12d3 .
essarcain LL 176b33 . esorcu LB 217b8 . a s. æsorcuin
Sg 33a3 . esórcon LU 21b33 . essorgain, essargain
45 TBC 3704 . 5858 . d s. esorcuin Sg 67a10 . esorcain LU
29a1 . Trip. 218.13 . g s. na hesorgni LU 106b1 . esoircne
TBC² 352 = esorcthe LU 58b35 . n p. esaircnea Ml 51b21 .
d p. esaircnib Wb 15d30 . essarcnaib Ml 131b12 . smit-
ing, striking, beating; a blow; esp. of smiting the foe in
50 battle, scourging, felling (trees): esorguin .i. combrudh,
O'Dav. 763 . O'Cl. essarcon aiéir beating the air Wb 12d3 .
in esaircnib (gl. in plagis) 15d30 . is essarcain cind fri hallib
(a hopeless attempt) CRR 42 . ba hesargain darach du
dorndaib, Cog. 162.22 . CRR p. 92 . mini na hesorgni
55dobéra forni the fineness of the pounding FB 48 . occo
esorcuin (gl. ferro sonat alta bipenni fraxinus) Sg 67a10 .
oc esorcain omnai ibair, Trip. 218 . [s]rogall do esorgain,
Ériu iii 6.3 . do sroigled ┐ d'esorcain na pecthach LU
29a1 = FA 15 . nosgaib cāch...for sraigled ┐ esórcon a
60cheli IT ii2 214x . rogab...bar airlech ┐ bar essorgain TBC
3704 . for airlech ┐ for essargain araile 5858 . Marco P.
33 (esarcuin ). achar, thrá, indas na hesorgne rofersat
díblínaib, TTr.² 1422 . rogabh for esargain na darach felling
CCath. 1781 . rogabad for in [= a n-] esarcain do saighdibh,
65do liaguib, etc. 3149 . hord esoircne a hammer of destruc-
tion
(of a warrior) TBC² 352 YBL = esorcthe LU. do
dhamhradhuibh dilend ┐ d'orduib easoirgni D iv 2, 26
[24]ra 47 . Cf. esurg[un] cride, O'Mulc. 306 .

esorcud (late form of vn. of as-oircc) smiting, striking:
5 g s. órd esorcthe TBC² 352 LU. tresin esargadh dobert
féin da erball fair lashing CCath. 435 . esargudh don mill
bis for a erball do gabháil dar a formna féin 439 .
Cf. esorcnod and esorcon.

espa: xsee esba.

10 Espáin, Espán n.l., f. (L. Hispania) Spain: nom.
Hespain o sleib Pirein siar | tuaid do taib Mara Torrien,
Rawl. 78b46 = Espáin LL 136b6 . Espán (: dám), Met.
Dinds. iv 348.30 . acc. Armacian...etir Espain is Gallia
LL 136b11 . ro ṡelbsat...in nEspain ulide LU 1a37 = Todd
15Lect. vi 3 . gen. (a) a iathaib Espáni LL 254b3 = TFerbe
162 . fá iomchosnamh na hEaspáinne, Keat. ii 762 .
mic Mileadh Espaine, Hugh Roe, 322 (f. 83b) . (b) do
chloinn Mhíleadh Easbáin TD 4.12 . O'Gr. Cat. 466 .

Espáinech, Espánach o-ā (Espáin) adj Spanish , n a
20 Spaniard: n p. Espainigh ZCP i 112 . g p. burbu na
nEspánach ib.

espanaigid v g (esba) is idle, vain: past subj. pl. 3
none[s]panaigtis cen a n-adrad (gl. ut nostra festa...facerent
otiari Ml 93a3 .

25 Espánda, io-iā (Espáin) adj Spanish , n a
20 Spaniard: n p.
Hespandai, Rawl. 76b33 . Espandai BB 3a39 .

esparta, espart nthree forms are found: (a) espartu
(-a) n, f. ( IGT, Decl. § 8 ). (b) esparta io, m. ( IGT, Decl.
§ 2 ). (c) espart o, m. (uncountenanced by IGT: easpart,
30lochtach, IGT Decl. § 25 ). The original nom. was perhaps
espartan (< vespertina hora). n s. (a, b) espartu PH 101 .
Ériu iii 116.13 . espurta LB 273b18 . (c) an t-esbart ,
Mac Aingil 580.8 . espart, Fl. Earls 174.19 . g s. (a) na
hespartan D iv 2, 41 [39]raz . esbartan IGT, Decl. ex.
35293 . (b) espurta, Ériu ii 194.10 . an esparta , Buile S.
32.18 . (c) easpuirt BNnÉ 285.4 . in espairt , Fl. Earls
174.25 . a d s. (a) esspartain, Todd Lect. v 17.9 . espartain,
Mon. Tall. § 45 . espartu (d s.) LB 204b34 . (c) -esbart,
Parrth. Anma 253.19 . Vespers, eventide: espartu and in
40tan sin, bui in adaig ic toitimm forru PH 101 . iar torcsin ar
n-espartan ┐ ar completi after performing our vespers 521 .
iar mbeim cluicc do espartain aidche domnaig LB 204a60 .
soiri domnaig o trad essportai dia sadairnn co funi maitni
die luain, Anecd. iii 21.2 . o espartain aidche ndomnaig =
45 a vespere dominicae noctis Todd Lect. v 52.12 . ag
radh m'esperta ZCP vi 64.14 . clog an esparta, Buile S.
32.18 . i n-am esparta do ló ZCP vi 64.12 . robui espart
sollamanta ag in papa, Fl. Earls 174.19 . oific na heguilsi
.i. na tratha nó an t-esbart, Mac Aingil 580 . ón cheid-
50esbart go luighe ghréine arna bharach, Parrth. Anma
253.19 .

espoc: xsee epscop.

espocóitecht n f. office of a bishop; bishopric, diocese:
in fer leginn do dul a n-espucoidecht, Laws i 58.29 Comm.
55 nach lór le haoin-easpogóideacht amháin aoin-easpog amháin,
Keat. iii 288 . i n-espuccóideacht Cluana Mic Nóis FM iii
206.10 . tugadh esbogoidechd na heguilsi do Línus, Mac
Aingil 516 . coimheudadh .. gnās na hesbogoidechta ina
mbía the usage of the diocese (as to tithes) Luc. Fid. 119 .
60See epscopóitecht.

espolóit: xsee esbalóit.

esrad n u, m. (esair ?) strewing (with rushes, etc.),
bedding, littering, litter (for cattle, etc.): esrad úrluachra
ina lepdaib, Acall. 7972 . esrad na muc, Laws ii 366.22
65Comm. ar esrud `for littering' 372.4 Comm. ar easradh
416.10 Comm. cuitigh easartha `the share for littering'
416.25 Comm. Cf. na háir ┐ na hesraigi ar slesaib Sleibi
C. the litters of slain (?) Celt. Rev. viii 16 = na hesraidi
`dispersions' TTebe 858 .
5Metaph. (?): cia lin d'ernailib dligheas cach fethem...?
ni hannsa...esrad ┐ uraithmed ┐ aithfegad, etc., foundation (?)
Cóic Conara 27 § 6 (see note). Cf. esruth. For esrad, Aisl.
MC 123.25 , see esréd.