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echtranda adj io-iā (echtrann) extern, foreign: trenib
65fine foglaigthear | gabul asta echtranda, Laws iv 38.15 .
As subst.: dochotar martra la hechtrandu, RC ix 20.1 .
i ccaidreabh fhian n-eachtranda, Studies 1919, 255 .

echtrann adj o-ā strange, foreign ; as subst. stranger,
foreigner, alien , sometimes connoting enemy ; glosses
5 externus Ml 32b9 . 119a14 , etc. alienus 46a3 . 14a7 .
exter Sg 39b15 : a mbélre n-echtrann the foreign language
Wb 12c46 . echtrant ab extraneo O'Mulc. 367 . combad
echtran-som ho chomrorcain (ab omni errore alienum) Ml
14a7 . honaib deithidnib echtrannaib (a curis externis)
10 32b9 . do doinib echtrannaib (gl. ignotis) 59b11 . du
chenelaib echtrannaib 67b3 . cenela echtranna 113c8 .
honaib comfulidib echtrannaib (consanguineis hostili ab-
alienatis animo) 66d1 . in[na] popul n-echtrann 67b25 .
ailithri fo mam apad echtraind, Ériu vii 148.11 . i crichaib
15echtrannaib TBC 3538 . RC xxiv 186.6 . flaith echtrann
a foreign ruler PH 3256 . da flaith fein...do flaith echtrann
`an extern chief' Laws i 198.27 Comm. do flaithib
echtrandaib ii 308.18 . nó labhradh tenga na ttuath nechtrann
FM vi 1920 . cine eachtrann, Keat. ii 6184 .
20 tarb echtrann a strange bull (not belonging to the herd),
Laws iii 232.19 Comm.
With prep. do: echtranna donaib bochtaib alien to the
poor
Ml 28c3 . echtrainn .i. dosom 76d3 .
As subst.: nidad óegid na æchtrinn Wb 21b14 . hua
25echtrannaib Ml 63b14 . 73d11 . meit ata n-echtrainn `as
far as they are foreigners
' 72d15 . darochair la hechtranna,
Arch. Hib. ii 84 § 25 = LL 185a8 . crádh liom echtrainn
dá bfógra | ríghradh Fhódla sin oirecht, O'Gr. Cat. 504.
25 . óic no echtranna TBC 1150 should possibly be referred
30to echtranda, q.v. fri hinnarba n-echtrann SR 7101 . Keat.
iii 4021 . Attrib. g p. is common: for cricha echtrand
FB 10 = LU 100b19 . o náimtib echtrand PH 4237 . socraiti
eachtrand, CCath. 5807 . O'Gr. Cat. 504.28 . ainbhine
eachtronn, TSh. 5367 . a hiathaibh eachtarann, Ó Bruadair
35iii 224 . With poss. or obj. gen., in the sense of hostile
alien, enemy: Ulaid do lecud fo chossaib a nnamat ┐ a
n-échtrand TBC 559.4275 . in tráth beirit...buaidh echtrann
in chraoi Chuinnse, O'Gr. Cat. 504.32 . gor ba airbe...
iatsein [viz. a craisecha] eturru ocus a n-echtrainn MR 140.
4012 . COMPD. ¤ cheníuil of foreign race, of alien kindred:
do fhir echtrandcheniuil, Aen. 2905 . in fer ectrand-
cheneoil 1591 .

echtrannach adj o-ā extern, external: ainmheasardhacht
na mball spiradalta o tes eachtrannach external heat
45 23 K 42, 172.2 . As subst. foreigner, alien, stranger:
eachdranach, allmhurrach, coimheach, Kirk = Eg. Gl. 258 .
do chuir a dteitheamh sluáighte na neachdrannach, Heb.
xi 34 . do loisceadh Beannchair...le heachtrannchaibh,
Keat. iii 2197 . clann na n-eachtrannach of the alien
50 Is. lxi 5 . In sense of traveller, guest: crodh ┐ séda
...dia ttabhairt d'éigsibh agus d'echtrannchaibh, 23 E 26,
46.9 .

echtrannaid v ā (echtrann) I Goes out, seeks ad-
venture (?): 3 s. fut. echtrannfaid felle for cach dind con-
55nach ain lepaid na luge (.i. fellfaid cach for in ti bias for a
lepaid), Imm. in dá Th. 206 = LL 188b44 . II Banishes,
alienates: mer ó n-echtranntar a ciall a lunatic from whom
reason is banished
O'C. Transcr. 1762 .

echtrannaigidir v g (echtrann) I Tr. alienates: pf. pass.
60 ais deichthribo roechtrannaigthea (-tho MS.) huainn were
alienated
Ml 66d1 . II Intr. is alienated, becomes strange:
3 pl. pf. honaib comfulidib roechtrannaigsetar became
estranged
66d2 .

echtras ? n in treas laithe a n-indsi a n-echtras auru,
65 Anecd. i 60 § 85 ; Meyer would read: in tres l. luid ind
inis echtra airriu went a journey (i.e. vanished) from them
ZCP xi 154 .