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65 Étaín npr., f. nom. Étaín ingen Etair LU 10723
( = IT i 119x = Etaoin 119.7 ). Étaein IT i 127.7
(= Étain LU 10771 ). Ettain 129.10 . gen. d'iarraidh
Etaine 129.14 . dicheilt Etáiniu 129.21 . sgeulu Etáini
129.30 . Étaíne (: écaíne) [sic leg.], Met. Dinds. iii 350.27 ;
5 352.72 . ii 4.35 . Edaine iii 354.88 .

1 etal, etail adj pure, sinless: etoil .i. cen toil .i. sine
pec[c]ato. nó etuil .i. ni dúil, O'Mulc. 461 . ess ann is
etoil duiniu an tan is lan dercæ, imthéd co ndeirc, adnais
cech n-olc, cartha cech maith ZCP iii 448.4 . is ann is
10etail duine, i m[b]a cuma lais uile | a aor ┐ a molad, a
rath ┐ a ghuidhe (ghueidhe, text) vii 298.8 . Samuel óg
ettal imnár SR 5370 . Ri rosáer Petar cen tāir | ba hettal
in-aurgabāil 7398 (for the rime cf. 4585 ). mad étal
nodgaba if he who sings it is sinless Fél. Ep. 173 (ettal,
15 etal, etail v.l.). an rim, a Rí... | corbom etal risin dáil
LL 374c19 . comloigthe cach etal iar n-anetal every pure
person
Laws iii 36.2 , with gl.: comarléctar int-etol risin
anetul isin eclais 36.14 . co fortacht cach [e]atail ma
fo n-oir anetail 34.1 , with gl.: co foirithin cach glain
20 34.17 . ardosroet eclais Dé | i n-ord n-etal n-airnaigthe
(of the Psalms) ZCP iii 21.13 . tre guidhe an fhíor-naoimh
etail (: sechtmain), BNnÉ 214.20 . inscib etlaib (:pecthaib)
with pure words Arch. iii 298 § 69 . Cf. coibsen fiala
fir-etla, Ériu ii 55 z . Fig.: fri muir nIcht n-etal (: Bretan),
25 Met. Dinds. iii 190.11 (ethal, etoil v.l.). anair, aniar,
ni hettal | muir nOrc is muir n-uarBretan iv 80 w (but
this may be a different word).

2 etal n m. and f. a ray, (sun)beam: eatal...a lucid beam
of light; delight, pleasure; fair weather, sunshine P. O'C.
30 eatal (ghréine) IGT, Decl. § 11 . § 12 (m. and f.). ubla ag
fecadh na gcleth gcorr | a leath do donn etal ḟinn, ex. 528 .
gurab cóimhgheal... | fri heatal nglan thig do ghréin, 23 E
14, 184 (Gabh mo thegasg, a Néill náir). cur 'na ccuinne
im chrích a sean | is tabhairt ghaid tar ghainimh | dol
35dfeacadh an mhéinn[e] mhir | is eatal gréine geimhridh,
23 D 4, 353 (these two exx. are cited by P. O'C. after etal
gaoithe, see 3 etal). eadrom is eatoil ghlana | muna
n-iadhoinn m'aphradha, Studies 1920, 3 . Here perhaps:
mithig damsa dul for cel | scarad frim etal bes ní rom
40 LU 40a39 = SG 235.41 .

3 etal n f. (perh. same word as prec.) with gen. of word
signifying emotion a fit, sudden rush (of feeling): rogab
etal bāidhi an cleirech uime ┐ atbert: tabair an mac
inn-ucht mo chochaill...dom-ānicc etal bāidhi imme a fit
45of tenderness
BColm. 36.8 . an etal ḟaobhruch ḟeirgi,
23 L 17, 58b7 = Ir. Monthly 1927, 308 . ní bhí a fhearg
acht ina heatail | sí do shearg ní deacair dhuid, Dán Dé
xix 23 . eatail gráidh, 3 C 12, 214 . Cf. eatal gaoithe .i.
eitléog gháoithe, O'Cl. eatal .i. eitleóg a hop or flight; eatal
50gaoithe a gust or blast of wind P. O'C.
Cf. ettal ṡeisidach Cruitheantuath (name of a metre)
IT iii 104 .

etalacdae adj io-iā Italic, Italian: etalacda (gl. Italica)
Arm. 177a2 ( Thes. i 497 ).

55 étálach adj o-ā (étáil) wealth-bringing; having wealth,
profits; booty-laden: dá ttug éicsi n-édálaigh `the profit-
able craft
' Studies 1918, 99 . Mac S. gona muintir do
t[h]illeadh...go haitheasach edalach laden with spoil FM
iii 370.6 . do badh édalach ionmhussach iad tar eis an
60catha sin, Rel. Celt. ii 178.26 . ní gnáth fear náireach
éadálach `a shamefaced man seldom acquires wealth'
Miscell. of Ir. Provv. § 109 .

Etaldae adj io-iā Italian: smacht-chain na hairdríghi
Etalta, CCath. 289 . slógh do óccaibh Etalda 2275 . As
65 subst. n p f. inna Etaldai (gl. Italides) Sg 34a4 .