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1 étach o (pl. genly. s), n. later m. (vn. of in-tuigethar;
30 cf. O'Mulc. 462 ). n s. a n-étach , Tur 87.71 . éitach
Wb 29a11 . in n-etach PH 8162.8165 . etach (n-), Mon.
Tall. § 86 . etag Ériu ii 222.20 . in t-etach , Laws i 136.19
Comm. a s. a n-etach...sa Wb 27b16 . étach 18a10 .
etach SR 1555 . ætach Wb 32c11 . ǽitach 24d14 .
35 d s. etuch Ml 90d3 . educh ZCP iii 227.27 (v.l. édach
YBL). étach TBC 45 . PH 470 . ar a etaig TBC 5274
(= tara etach TBC² 3213 ) is probably corrupt, and for
i nétaig (mogad) LL 16b41 we should evidently read i
n-étaigib which occurs just below. g s. ǽitich Wb 29b13 .
40 ǽtig 12b3 . ind etaig Ml 144c7 . étaig, Todd Lect. v 83.16 .
eúdaigh, Matt. ix 20 . n du. da étuch , da educh , Laws ii
148.9 Comm. n p. etaige LU 85a26 = BDD 51 . étaige
TBC 4381 . PH 1039 . edaighi, Fl. Earls 254.8 . éduighe,
Exod. xviii 4 . éuduighe, Rev. iv 4 . a p. etaigi TBC² 3143 .
45 étaigi LL 244b12 . PH 3160 . étaige 4379 . étdaige 4873 .
éuduighe, Gen. xxxv. 2 . d p. étaigib FA 27 . PH 2001 .
LL 16b42 . édaigip, Fl. Earls 48.17 . g p. étach LL 238b
40 = TTr. 1627 . ettaighedh BNnÉ 51.1 . A covering,
raiment, clothing, a garment: etach arindi intugadar,
50 O'Mulc. 462 . édach (gl. indumentum) Ir. Gl. 757 . airndib
ecmailt á n-étach ┐ a mbiad...inna ní prithchite, Tur 71 .
ní tormult far mbíad no for n-étach Wb 18a10 . biad do
bocht...étach do nocht PH 6000 . a n-étach sacaird (gl.
ephoth) Tur 87 . roben a etach epscoip de PH 2453 .
55 gaibid immib a n-etach...sa Wb 27b16 . brachtrad a
braca .i. etach cumair, O'Mulc. 127 (cumbair etag 165 ). cia
nogaba in n-étach sin imut PH 8186.3295 . amal foceirt
nech a ætach de Wb 32c11 . rofádbud Ísu o étach .i. inar
corccra PH 2853 . étaige allmarda ingantacha impo TBC
60 4381 . 5257 . mac in airiuch desa, dath fo leth a eduigh
cach lae .i. foru brut no foru inur ┐ da etuch dathu uime
dia domhnuigh, Laws ii 148.6 Comm. da dath i n-étaigib
aithech tri datha i n-etuch...oclach LL 16b41 . cor gabus
bend etaig Ísu PH 2792 . imeal a eúdaigh, Matt. ix 20 .
65 a n-edaighi do meleuent buidi, Fl. Earls 254.8 . gur fhág
sé an t-édach 'na láimh, Gen. xxxix 13 . etach reilge `burial
clothes
' [?] Laws v 432.14 (of the clothes discarded from
the deceased? Cf. 433 n. b ). In wider sense, a covering,
cloth, stuff: fo édach na rígna (of a bed), Ériu v 166.51 ;
5 ib. 55 . do thogaibh B. a cenn ona édach (pillow ? coverlet ?)
ZCP vi 278.27 . rocóirged bruidin...go n-édaighib examla
drapery, hangings Fianaig. 70.31 . ri immad étaig...ṡirecda
LL 238b41 = TTr. 1628 . édach lin linen cloth YBL 356a
27 . Ros. Angl. PH 470 . cirmaire .i. cirait na hetaidi, O'C.
10Transcr. 2131 .
Cf. mor d'étuch a imthimchell (of Goliath) SR 5754 .

2 étach n o, m. I Jealousy; emulation: fuil fearus
cetmuindtir oc etach techta, Laws v 142.6 . na denaidh
adrad idal na edach na imformod YBL 68b51 (= 294a22 .
15 Cf. SR 4845 ff .). II A jealous person (?): édach (ón ed)
IGT, Decl. § 22 . bean éduigh the wife of a jealous
man
(?) ex. 819 . Cf. étaid.

? étacht: ind ba maith fri hetacht catha, Brinna Fercheirtne,
ZCP iii 43 § 14 , cf. ix 207 .

20 étachtain, fétachtain nlate forms of 2 ét: feadachtain,
edachtuin C i 3, 16b . Etechtain, Laws v 412 Comm.

etag: n etag ┐ iath anmann fethal la gentiu, ut dicitur:
[do-tong] dar an iath-sæ ┐ an etag, O'Mulc. 469 .

étaid adj i (1 ét) jealous: edaigh .i. tnuthach, Aisl. MC
25 176.16 (< H 3.18, 415 ). da mbad étaid in fer 'ca mbeind
TBC 40 (eudbur v.l.). nirsat neóit, nirsat étaid 43 .
nírba étaid, ar cach...étaid is miscais Dé ┐ dóine, Tec.
Corm. § 12 . fer neóit anfossaid étaid § 32 . trí cuitbidi
in domain: fer lonn, fer étaid, fer díbech, Triads 95 (with
30gl.: éataigh .i. eudmhar, p. 38 ). sochuidmid cach n-édaig,
Arch. iii 230.137 . līthe bine for a mnái...ba saoth lais ┐
ba etaith n-imme, Corm. Y p. 83.22 (nesscoit) = ba hetaid
imbi, Bodl. re mnai ndruith n-etaidh, Aisl. MC 125.22 .

étaigid n g (1 étach) clothes: impv. éuduigh thú féin
35lé glóir, Job xl 10 . pret. d'éuduigh sé mé xxix 14 . Cf.
étid.

étaigidir v g (1 ét) emulates, envies, is jealous:
pres. ind. pl. 3 nob éttigetar (gl. aemulantur vobis) Wb
19d27 . pres. subj. s. 2 no n-étaigther .i. mirari (gl. noli
40æmulari) Ml 56b17 . ní etaigther-su imm ani sin .i. ni
ascnæ ┐ ni charae 56b31 , 39 . co ro étaigh Dub fria
grew jealous of her Dinds. 26 . In pass. is made jealous:
ro hédaighedh in rí de the king's jealousy was aroused
thereat
SG i 87.15 .
45 Cf. cor edaich Eochaid im cheand in sceoil sin ┐
cor edaich Domnandaich uili tre chombaid E. grew
jealous...shared his jealousy
Ériu ii 182.16 , 17 (cur
éttuigi ...cur hétaidhi v.l.). Cf. étaid.

etail: xsee etal.

50 etáil: xsee ettáil.

Etáil n.l., f. Italy: nom. ind Etail sairdes as sia | sliab
nAilp etorru is Gallia, Rawl. 78b36 (= ind Etáil LL 136a46 ).
acc. fri Etáil anáir Wb 6d17 . Itail, Auraic. 224 . dus-ratt in
Edaill fo chuing chreidmhe, Fl. Earls 100.14 . dat. i
55nEtáil PH 1644 . san Eadáil TD 15.17 . don Edáill ,
Fl. Earls 94.5 . (don Eadailli 94.1 may be a scribal
error). gen. i n-oirtherdescirt Etaile, Trip. 444.6 . i
ndesciurt Etale, Thes. ii 311.31 . co crichae Etále,
TTr.² 101 . dochum Edaili, Aen. 1500 . na hEtaili 205 .
60 Edáille TD 24.19 (iodaille v.l.). Cf. Gadelica i 8 , note.

étáil: n f. (the old nom. may be étál, cf. altire ┐
rathbuighi... | dobiur milgitan fria toil | sí anhetal cipsi
chuin (on honorific portions) YBL 419b20 = ní etal cip tan
LL 29b40 ). g p. éadáileadh IGT, Decl. ex. 1289 . (1)
65 gain, profit; wealth: edail (gl. lucrum), Ir. Gl. 694 .
édáil 'ca dénum do díth do chomarsan (definition of usury)
PH 7565 . airlegud can édail do denum air 7568 . is
dammainte in édáil asa fhuarais t'indmus 7580 . a etail
dana the gains of his art Laws ii 348.26 Comm. = v 96.28
5Comm. ma fearand fuair ar a dan he .i. mad etail breithem-
nasa...no nach dana olcena `property acquired by
[practice of] judicature' iii 30.3 Comm. tarladar meirligh ar
bhealach riu, do bheanadur a n-eadail diobh `their property'
BNnÉ 164.36 . dechmad etala cech oen, BColm. 50.8 .
10 do dhlighfeadh gach neach... | d'éis a éadála d'áirimh |
an deachmhadh do Rígh na ríogh, Dán Dé xxv 8 . mná
anúaisle... | a mbeartaibh óir... | agus sinn gan édáil,
Studies 1919, 73 . is mór a néudáill an diaghachd, 1 Tim.
vi 6 . d'iárraidh éudála, 1 Cor. x 33 . ag reic agus ag
15ceannach ┐ ag faghail eudála, Jas. iv 13 . Fig.: cred í
in edail na in gloir ata duitsi duine marb d'athmarbad ?
Fier. 63 . bheith aguinn a hucht chóra...ní budh éadáil
ód dhreich dhuinn | gan bheith san éagáir aguinn no benefit
TD 30.5 . (2) Esp. in sense of prize, booty, spoil: edáil
20 spoil, plunder Kirk . a faídiud i tirib ciana do chungid
allaid ┐ étala LL 217b37 = TTr. 59 . ag teaccar na hédala
sin (spoil collected by the Danes), Cog. 114.25 . gur
meabhaidh for an sluagh...gur ḟaccbattar daoine, eich ┐
edála aidhble FM iii 366.5 . iomdha leó clár is coire | sa
25lán oile d'éadálaibh (warriors sacking a countryside) TD
16.59 . do ghlacadar long sa chuan, ni fuarsad édail
ar bioth innte, Rel. Celt. ii 204.27 . rugadar leo na
hédála uile ┐ na creacha uile, Numb. xxxi 11 . do-(g)ní
é. ¤ ar spoils; makes profit of: co ndingnidis...étail orra
30 would spoil them Expug. Hib. 74 . a nderna mé eudáil
oruibh ? 2 Cor. xii 17 . do-(g)ní é. ¤ (neich) makes a prize
of, spoils, plunders: do-ní éinḟili a édáil `a single poet
makes a prize of him
' Ériu ix 165 § 21 . gur ghabustair
long...go nderna a hedail eidir ḟíon, édach, umha ┐ iarn
35 FM iii 370.2 . aga ffuabairt ┐ acc dénamh a n-édala
vi 2324.10 . ac dénam édála na criche SG 269.23 . ag
dénamh oirccne ┐ edala FM vi 1882.6 . fear éadála one
`bent on spoil'
TD 13.7 . Cf. fear na héadála, Miscell.
of Ir. Provv. § 135 .
40 Cf. do fháccaibh M. aca a n-edala do techt for a leap-
tachaibh chuca BNnÉ 244.26 (i.e. that they should obtain
wealth without exertion ?). is é. ¤ limm I think much of,
desire
: is étáil liumm in béist bec-so d'[fh]águail PH 7204 .
Fig.: cach etail peacaidh fogeibed [diabal]...doberedh
45lais, co mbid oc a sgribadh [isin lebur], Anecd. iii 7.21 ;
cf. 8.17 .