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ettech, ittech adj I o-ā (a) winged; (of fish) having fins;
having
wing-like appendages: ítech (gl. velocitate avium
65pennarum) Ml 40c9 . a chacc cuirre...ittige, Bruchst.
36 § 86 = etighe IT iii 102 § 189 . eóin etecha LU 2422 .
immad n-en n-ittech, Rawl. 78b25 . fuair dreim ndedgair
n-ittich | do demnaib fo dímiccin, Met. Dinds. iv 84.69 .
cnáim ind íaich ettig LL 129b22 . coichline ettech immi
5 LU 9277 . 10235 . cochall eitech imbe TBC² 2573 .
(b) flying, fluttering (?): na mergeda ailli eitecha,
Marco P. 57 . CCath. 3109 , etc. Cf. ind detech (leg.
etech) Móchae Noéndroma (name of a crozier fallen from
heaven), Trip. 40.8 ( Todd Lect. v 51.3 ) = ind itchech
10Mochoe `volatilis' ib. n. 1 . ind Eittech Mochoe 452.17 .
This meaning would also be possible for some of the exx.
in (a). n II Collect. wings, fins: an uile iasc ar a mbia
eiteach, Deut. xiv 9 . Lev. xi 9 . dá madh pinn eiteach na
n-éan, Dánfhocail 84 . Cf. imdibe a n-edaigh `their wings
15being clipped
' (of hens) Laws iv 118.30 Comm. See
ZCP iv 355 .

éttecht n departure, death (?): d'ógmhnáibh an iarthair is
guirt | éitteacht Éamoinn mhic Ghearailt, Ó Bruadair ii 150 .

étúachail adj i (túachail) lacking astuteness, imprudent,
20 unwary: éttuachail .i. aimhghlic, O'Cl. túaichiol bá
hainm do ghliocus, is edtuaicheal (éttuaichil, eduacaill
v.l.) aimhghliocus, Met. Gl., Ff. 11 . nirb aimdeis, nirb
étúachail not indiscreet Met. Dinds. iii 344.74 . tánic
aister n-étúachail came on a heedless (ill-judged, rash)
25venture
134.4 .

étúachle n iā, f. (étúachail) want of astuteness, unwari-
ness, indiscretion: ...rothimchill fo thrí | in topur co
n-étuachli rashly Met. Dinds. iii 30.58 .

étúailngech adj o-ā (étúalaing) unbearable, overwhelming,
30 insufferable: don gniom uaiphrech etuailngech dorighensat
fris, Anecd. ii 42.14 . isin gáir guil ┐ basgaire co serb
écnech etuailngech with bitter, violent, excessive lamenta-
tion
PH 395 . Fiacha Finnolod for nech | nirb immomon
étuailngech LL 132a9 . la slúag n-etualngech Ulad 21a11 .
35 d'ionnsaightibh éttuailngeachaibh FM v 1784.9 .

étúailngigidir v g chafes (under), is out of patience (with),
is angry, indignant: inna hí etuailngigedar (gl. ea quae
indignatur [admitti]) Ml 69d7 . arrunétuailng[ig]istar dia
(gl. Deo indignante) 62b22 .

40 étúailngigthe io-iā (part. of étúailngigidir) chafed,
angered: etuailṅgigthe (gl. indignans) Ml 136c6 .

étúailngigthid advb. (étúailngigthe) resentfully: ind-
étuailngigthid (gl. indignanter) Ml 56c16 .

étúalaing adj i (tualang) intolerable, insufferable, over-
45whelming: éttualaing .i. diofulaing no dofulaing, O'Cl.
ainbthine étualaing na gairbhsíne gemreta, CCath. 166 .
664 . isin ainbtini édualaing 3356 . do ég...do galar
etualaing RC xviii 281.26 . intí nar ér oenduine riam
fa athc[h]uingid etualuing even an immoderate (impossible?)
50request
ZCP viii 111.14 . asin daoire ettualaing a mbatar,
Leb. Gab. i 116.23 . ba dóig leis noimbertais bas ┐ oiged
etualang fair, D iv 2, 73 [63]va 15 . fearg éadtualoing,
Dán Dé xxvii 3 . As subst.: atamaid i n-étualaing adhbail,
Expugn. Hib. 33 .