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etarscarad u, m. (vn. of etar-scara) separating, parting,
dividing, resolving (with obj. gen. and also with fri, ó):
55 eturscarad ┐ caomtacht, Laws iv 78.2 . cen etarscarad
(gl. est mecum solus) Wb 30d16 . etarscarad coirp et anme
15c12 ; 15 . PH 6888 . bás etarscartha coirp et anme
Wb 13c1 . 23a20 . do etarscarath neich adrocomallnad
(leg. adrochomlad), Hib. Min. 9.306 . co ceill etarscartha
60 with the sense of separation (of διά) 9.301 . etarscarad
comsuidigthi separation (resolution) of a compound word
Sg 74b8 . masa etarscarad re rē if it be a separation
[from the chief] for a time Laws iii 108.1 . con-ácaibset
na féthi frisin corp cen etarscarad LU 99a2 = BDD 167 .
65 disiunctio....i. eatarscarad na ceille ┐ ind intlichta, etc.,
Hib. Min. 9.303 . nech praindes leo ind-oentich cen
etarscarad suidi na ligi `separation of seat or couch'
Ériu vii 146.21 . dlúith side cen muir dia et[ar]scarad
it is compact because there is no sea to separate it (of the
5mainland contr. with islands) Ml 89d18 . nach fetar a
n-eatarsgaradh gen leadradh in craind (of removing bees
from the trunk of a tree), Laws iv 186.23 Comm. alt-
gheimnech a n-alt ag a n-edarscarad `the cracking of their
joints in dislocations
' MR 256.20 . trath etarscartha lae
10┐ aidque, CCath. 4302 . ag eadarsgaradh dha bhealach
ZCP iv 402.11 . ni tualaing brethemnachta for fine na
fuidri nad fiastar a n-etarscartha, ┐ a ndire,etc. their
divisions, delimitations
(?) Laws iv 282.2 . gen. as attrib:
bérla n-etarscartha , one of the kinds (or divisions) of the
15Gaelic language: berla n-edarsgarta eter na fedaibh airegh-
daibh .i. berla tresa fuil deliugud na fid n-aire[gh]da isin
ænfhocul triana n-inde-taithmeach...amal rogabh ros .i.
roi oiss, etc., language of separation between the principal
vowels
, i.e. language through which there is a dividing
20of the principal vowels in one and the same word through
analysing their meaning
, Auraic. 1317 . 2526 . 4635 . RC
xiii 269.25 . Arch. iii 247.18 . berla n-edarscartha, Auraic.
210 . Béarla an eadarscartha, Keat. ii 141 . Here also
probably: a dualgus a tochusa eturscartha movable (separable)
25 property Laws v 120.27 Comm. (lit. pr. of separation). i 62.
31 Comm. ag goid a ttochais ettarscartha ┐ nemhetarscartha
forra, Hugh Roe² 29.3 (f. 16a) . Cf. etarscarthach. With
fri: ni epur frib etarscarad frisuidiu Wb 9b19 . a n-
etarscarad fri ægeptacdu Ml 124b6 . cen a etarscarad friu
30in dubai hisin 110c9 . fobithin etarscartha fria maine ┐ a
feba talmandai parting from his riches ZCP iii 27.22 .
With ó: ar n-etarscarad o cech elniud PH 5356 .

etarscarthach adj o-ā separable, movable ; in Laws Comm.:
tochus etarscarthach separable property Laws v 164.8 . t. edar-
35scarthach 16.26 . a dualgus a tochusa edarscarthaigh
108.17 .

etarscarthae io-iā (part. of etar-scara) separated,
divided: etarscarthe Ml 30c5 (gl. sepositus). Sg 61b2 .
bed n-etarscarthe intí Dia huaid that God is separated
40from him
Ml 30c5 . etarscarthae (gl. sepositus) 107c2 .
menma...etarscarthae fri cech ndethidin 53c18 . nephetar-
scarthae (gl. indivisa) 101a17 . ní comacomol que iṅge
mad etarscartha `que' is not a conjunction unless it be
separated
Sg 75b5 . articol etarscartha fri suidib an
45article distinct from them
61a6 . (d s m.) arind atoibiud
nephetarscarthu (gl. pro indivisa adhaesione) Ml 54d3 .
Compar.: as etarscarthu (gl. secretior) Bcr 24d2 .

etarscarthain (late vn. of etar-scara) separating,
parting: rannait...edail na cathrach ria n-etarscartain doib
50 before they parted Leb. Gab. i 84.23 . an bidbanas scar-
thana anma [re corp] hé no in bidbanas etarscarthana a
sét re nech enmity of separating `seds' from a person (i.e.
which might lead to his being robbed) Laws iii 154.22
Comm. gurab e an lá sa [lá] etarsgarthana ar ccomluinn
55[sic leg.?] that this is the day for parting (i.e. deciding,
ending) our combat ZCP x 293.12 .

etarsnam: n duilesc nó edarsnam soileach do cognam
`the inner bark of the willow' O'Gr. Cat. 196.2 .

etarsoilse n(soilse) twilight, dawn: etarfos .i. fos
60(φς) lux .i. etarsoillsi, O'Mulc. 476 .

etarṡolus n o, m. twilight, dawn: (g s.) camháoire.
eadarsholuis, Kirk ( Job iii 9 ). a n-eidiorṡolus an tráthnóna,
Prov. vii 9 .

etarsonde adj io-iā baritone: n p. ettorsondi (gl. baritona)
65 Thes. ii 42.4 .