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? etharlice n(for etar-lige ?) a valley: etharlice .i. etar-
lige .i. talam isil itir da sliab, O'Mulc. 472 . Perh. n.l.

éthchech adj o-ā (éthech) lying, perjured: éithchechaib
(gl. periuris) Wb 28a6 . ar ṁbéoil ethcich elnide SR 1612 .
5 ind eithchich linib luga (n p.) 8344 . gataige ┐ ethgig ┐ áes
braith FA 27 LU (éthig LB).

éthech n o, n. later m. ( ZCP xiii 102 ) a false oath,
perjury, lying: ind ethich (gl. periurii) Ml 36a22 (g s.). fri
ethech, fri gúforgal SR 4846 . gubreithemnus ┐ gufiadnuisi ┐
10gufoirgill...┐ ethuch i coitcenn, Laws i 56.3 Comm.
dodechatar dia lugu i n-éithiuch do P. = venerunt periurare
volentes Todd Lect. v 54.7 (= i n-etheuch, Trip. 180.
23 ). gan étheach fo mionnaibh Maodog not to swear falsely
by
BNnÉ 261.2 . nech tober a cheli ind-eithech, Eriu vii
15156.23 (= qui ducit alium in periurio 185 ). With tongid:
nib ard a guth, ni thoe eithech LL 360 marg. inf.
nech dothoing ethech...fo cethar-lebrai soscelai, Ériu vii
156.20 . in té tothoing ethech tria ainfis 156.24 (= qui ductus
est in periurio ignorans 185 ). With do-beir: ar an éithioch
20doradsad, TFrag. 148 . co tugadar a n-eitheach an
uair aderit, etc., that they have lied in saying Maund. 118 .
ní thiobhruidh tú h'éitheach, Matt. v 33 . With do-gní:
dogni ethech air .i. dogni gō for a ceile swears falsely
against him
Laws v 360.8 Comm. ma rufestar bas
25n-ethech acht dagni ar...chomitecht, Ériu vii 156.26
(= qui vero suspicatur quod in periurio ducitur tamen iurat
per consensum 185 ).
[lámh] Ciarain do tabairt a n-eithech swearing falsely by
the hand of C.
Ériu vi 160.29 . Keat. iii 819 .
30Attrib. gen.: cech oen dogní luga n-eithig , Three Hom.
4.28 = LB 24b60 . RC xx 12.6 . budh luighi eithigh tuc in
fear, Ériu vi 160.18 (= l. eithchi 159.16 ). an te dobheir
mionna eithigh , Luc. Fid. 59.9 . do lucht an éithigh ,
Tim. i 10 .

35 ethemlagas n(etymologia, ἐτυμολογία) etymology: Sg
27b15 .

etheop-: xsee ethiop-

etherdae adj io-iā (1 ethiar) pertaining to the ether or
upper atmosphere; ethereal: ōtha ēsca co grēin...dō is ainm
40nem n-etherda cin gaith, Laws i 28.10 Comm. don tshollsi
etherdai PH 6979 . corasuidigit [sc. Castor and Pollux]
isin tṡígnifiur ethiarda condat iat na Gemini indiu iat LL
232a16 = TTr. 1096 `ethereal zodiac ' (coelum signiferum).

1 ethiar n(é—?) m. (L. aether) the upper air, or ether:
45 isse sin int ethier huais | cen gaeth, cen aear n-angluais (of
the atmosphere extending from the moon to the sun) SR
117 . muir ┐ gæth ┐ grian ┐ eoitheoir ┐ firmaimint RC xvi
32.3 . int intech dochuaid hi colaind co héther amal
dochuaid Pol (i.e. to the third heaven, cf. 2 Cor. xii 2 ?)
50 ACC 135 Comm. (hether LB. heithiar YBL). rosiacht
corrici ethíar a arddi FB 81 (eithiar Eg.). g s. ind ethiuir
(gl. aetheris) Lib. Hymn. i 71.32 (in etheoir v.l.). foluam-
nigis i n-ethíar in the air Aisl. MC 107.11 .

2 ethiar n(1) a demon; the Devil: eithiar Satan, the
55 Devil, the archfiend: do rad eithíar cais do Dhia .i. tug
deamhan miscais do Dhia, O'Cl. eithiar ainm an deamhain
duibh...nim reilge Dia thoir na thiar | a lurg a anma
eithíar, P.O'C. As npr.: Uar is Eithiar (two druids), Keat.
ii 1398 . 1420 . eithiér mór is eithier bec | matan i n-Im-
60lech Aii | imolle a lecht la haíi RC xxiii 324 § 9 . Aimer-
gin Iargiunnuch isse romarb da ethíar [i] n-Imlech Ae 324.
25 Comm. Cf. Druim da E. Dromahaire Onom.

ethidemail n i (ethait) like a winged creature; fleet,
brisk: gl. alacer Ir. Gl. 1068 .

65 Ethioip I n.l., f. Ethiopia: Pentapoil...o Sirtib mora
fo des | cosin nEthioip dreimdirges, Rawl. 78a45 . gen.
aís inna Ethiobae Ml 94b22 . II Ethiopians: Ethioip,
Auraic. 226 (= Ethiop 2541 ). Etheoip, Ält. Ir. Dichtg.
i 31.5 .