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éirgid v(from prototonic stem of at-reig (as-reig)). The
conjugation is irreg.; pret. 3 s. éirgis ( PH . Aisl. MC
45 47.13 . TD 20.34 ). -é(i)rig ( LL 265b24 , 296b42 , etc.
TBC . PH . CCath. TSh. ) -é(i)rgesta(i)r ( TTebe 928 . 1950 .
Ir. Monthly 1921, 27 § 16 ). pl. -é(i)rgiset, -éirgset LL
299a48 . 301b44 . Met. Dinds. iv 44.17 ). é(i)rgetar
( PH . TTebe ). -érigedar, -éricheadar ( TTebe ). fut.
50 é(i)reóch- ( PH . CCath. Aen. TSh. ). eirgēb- ( YBL 173a28
= LL 149b37 ). éireb- ( Maund. 82 = éirég- ?). érech-
( LB 257b ). éirigf- ( PH ). As pres. ind. 3 s. conj. -éir is
found ( Ir. Monthly 1919, 4 . TD 22a5 ), as well as -éirgenn.
For the impv. éirig, freq. in sense go (e.g. TSh. 5048 ), cf.
55 téit (O. Ir. imp. eirg, M.Ir. airg). Impers. pres. ind.
ni hergithar LL 150a12 .
(a) rises, stands up: ergis suas, Aisl. MC 59.6 . éirghid
romham they rise before me (in respect) TD 25.17 . tusa
atá at chodladh, éirigh = surge qui dormis TSh. 1697 .
60 éireóchad ┐ rachad i ndáil mh' athar = surgam et ibo
8836 . Of rising from table: ó ól do éirigh TD 29.38 ;
9.33 . Of recovery from illness: ésium ga leiges i Cruach-
ain risin ré sin. acus in lá thancatar...is é sin lá ra érig
sium TBC 6141 . mur gabus eslainti duine... ┐ aithnid a
65caraid nách ereocha, Maund. 167.82 . da n-ergersa if I
recover Fier. 63 . Springs up, appears: ro ergestar bolga
for a gruaidib, Laws iv 16.16 Comm. bail a n-ereocha
in muc sin romhut, Aen. 1807 . eirgebaid uilc woes shall
arise
YBL 173a28 = LL 149 b37 . co n-eirged a guairi...
5amal fhidbaid osa cind `his bristles rose' (of a boar)
TTebe 869 . ra gabustar aduath...an gilla co ra ergestair
a fholt 928 . Of the sun rising: ro erig grian seach
imellbord talman, TTebe 2195 . Of wind, storm: ro eiridh
ainmḟine...a sruth Ismen 3620 . ní éir gaoth nach gluais
10mh'intinn, Studies 1921, 75 .
(b) of resurrection: is ann ro erig a bás LB 158a47 .
erigfet-sa o marbu PH 2278 . trias a n-érechat a talmain
i lló bratha LB 257b41 . Parrth. Anma 115.8 . Luc.
Fid. 67.18 .
15(c) arises, mounts upwards, ascends, soars: 's an Éirne
dá n-éir ealta and the Erne from which bird-flocks arise
GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 4 . cáit ar éirigh uaim d'eitill
TD 39.13 . ar eitil ni éir (of a bird), Rel. Celt. ii 228.31 .
Of liquids, etc.: sreabh nach éair tar fiodhruigh bhfeaoir
20 TD ii 263.35 . go n-éirghe fuil ós na formnaibh TD 16.67 .
éireóchaidh bréantas as a gconablaighibh = ascendet fetor
TSh. 1286 . TTebe 4852 . é. ¤ tar rises over, crosses over:
eirgid tairis aniar climb out over him (of a sleeping giant)
Mer. Ulix. 64 = BB 445b33 .
25(d) grows up, matures: cech mét no erged ┐ no oirbredh
(of an infant) BB 239b4 . gach duine eirghius gurub cum
saethair tigid... ┐ gach lenamh teid d'éc co tét a Parthus,
Maund. 263 .
(e) of noise, manifestations of passion, anger, grief, joy,
30 etc.: ro ergestar...sestan ┐ seiseilbi, TTebe 1950 . go
n-éireócha mh' ḟoltonus re maithibh ch. gC. that my resent-
ment shall arise against
TD 3.51 . cás fár éirigh eólchoire
20.37 . briocht díbhḟeirge 'na ghnúis... | gá cúis ór éirigh?
8.30 . ro erig menma in miled o'tchualaich na stuccu
35'ca senm, TTebe 1425 . do eirigh meanma mhór a gclainn
D. their spirits rose ML 8.28 . combáidh as a n-éir
anbhuain TD i p. lxxxiii n. 1 . Cf. olc báigh do éirigh
orthaibh TD 26.19 .
(f) rises in hostility, takes up arms, rebels; attacks:
40 ergid co hoband dochum bar namad, TTebe 1120 . ro
erich cach dib dochum a cheli 2535 . ereochdaid let a
n-aigid Tuirrn, Aen. 1899 . YBL 337 b25 = Celt. Rev.
iv 12 - 15 . éireóchaid leis líon a dtionóil TD 16.17 . suil
fuair adhbhar far éirigh a reason for rebellion 18.2 ;
45 20.47 .
(g) starts up; arises and sets forth, proceeds: a hEmain
éirgset na slúaig | dar Loch F., Met. Dinds. iv 44.17 . ro
erig F. ┐ a ḟiann...et rogabsat rompo LL 296 b42 (RC xiii
44.14). 301b44 ( RC xiii 15.17 ). a Ḟ., inn érgi ri báig
50 296b30 ( RC xiii 44.12 ). eiridh do Teib `arise and go to
T.
' TTebe 3558 . ra ergedar uili...co hArgas `set out for
Argos
' 1281 . ro ericheadar...do digail M. 3346 . eirig
romat co Teib 4792 . éirghis roimhe ar raon madhma,
A. Ó Dálaigh l 11 . eirig d'adlucud na nabach `arise and
55come to bury
' TTebe 4785 . na herig in turus teigi `do
not begin the journey on which thou goest
' 4173 . lá éigin
dar éirghiosdar ar tulaigh, Ir. Monthly 1921, 27 . lá n-aon
dar éirigh C. amach ar each do thaisteal an ḟuinn, Keat.
ii 4700 . lá dar éirigh sé amach...do shiubhal, TSh. 5034 .
60 do eiridh A. as an teint amach, Rel. Celt. ii 196.12 .
eirgit d' faixin Chaisléin A., Fl.Earls 66.27 . eirghit go
tegh oile 70.14 ; 22.15 ; 36.6 . na heirgeadh uait E.
`let not E. escape from thee' ML 94.3 . Imper. éirigh don
mhainistir, TSh. 5048 . éirigh, umhluigh thú féin, Prov.
65 vi 3 . eirgit...a ttir a mbaili bheag `landed' Fl.Earls 92 y .
Cf. do cuir...slegh tri...luirigh Sir G., ┐ ro eirigh an
slegh as ┐ ni derna si dith dia curp rebounded (?) ZCP
vi 29 y .
(h) with various prepp.
5 é. ¤ a(s) abandons: intí eirges as a firt, O'Dav. 967 .
Laws iv 126. Comm.
é. ¤ de renounces, gives up, forsakes: éirigh do Mhuire
renounce Mary A. Ó Dálaigh l 19 . éireóchad dí, Hackett
xxvi 75 .
10 é. ¤ do (1) springs up at, attacks; meets ; dála na
nGall...ro eirigh Ua F. ┐ Mac M. doibh FM iii 234.8 .
do chuaidh tarsa...no gur heirgedh dhó ar tóchar an long-
puirt `was not attacked until he had reached' 576.4 . go
n-eireóighdís dhó `would rise against him' ML 66.10 .
15(2) befalls, happens to: mar do éirigh don lóchrann how the
torch had been affected
Fl.Earls 34.25 . mar do éirigh doip
a ttaep a riastala `how it happened they were arrested' 22.7 .
gur eirigh buaidhirt ┐ aineolus fairrgi doibh 24.24 .
é. ¤ le (re) nech increases or thrives with, benefits one;
20one succeeds (in), prospers: an t-ionadh i n-éir le neach
| a mhaoin do bheith ar biseach where one succeeds in in-
creasing his wealth
TD 22a5 . ní thainic aonmhac...as mó
lér éirigh do ṡén serbhisi ina an Sir U. sin FM v 1736.2 .
an dream ré n-éirgheann acfuinn ionnmhusa `to whom a
25quantity of wealth accrues
' TSh. 9980 . do éirigh iomad
áithis leis he had great success Keat. ii 2530.653 .
é. ¤ eter (a quarrel) arises between: do eirigh aturra they
came to blows
Ériu iii 166 § 23 .
é. ¤ fo overcomes (?): ná heirgheadh fúd muirn Mhuiris,
30GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 512 .
(i) transitive (?); cf. crēt ērgius Pichan? why does P.
rise
? Aisl. MC 59.8 . But cf. cia ar rét Ml 48b2 .