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Cite this: eDIL s.v. érchoíliud or
Last Revised: 2013


Forms: t-ærchoiliud, t-ǽrchoiliud, erchoiliud, érchoiliud, ærchoiltea, ærchoilti, erchoilti, ærchoíltiusa, ércuiled, erchailed, erchaoiled, erchailedh

u, m. (vn. of as-rochoíli).

(a) definition; decision, determination, resolve: n s. in t-ærchoiliud , Ml. 22c3 . in t-ǽrchoiliud , 136d6 . in t-erchoiliud inna diglae Dæ (gl. decretum) 31d1 . herchoilud fabulae definition of fabula Acr. 13b2 ( Thes. ii 6 ). herchoíliuth folaith (gl. nomen) Sg. 27b9 . mad hinunn herchoiliud ┐ accidentia doib, 188d7 . a s. erchoiliud nominis (gl. definitionem) 188a10 . d s. dond érchoiliud , Ml. 22c3 . dund e.¤ ib. g s. ind ærchoiltea (gl. decreti) 26d13 . n p. ind ærchoilti (gl. vota) 74d9 . erchoilti ib. a p. mo ærchoíltiusa (gl. vota mea) 132c15 . Cf. inna fírérchoílte, Sg. 199b3 . nib é erchailiud lat: is hé so fit nocaithiub dogres `do not make a resolution' Mon. Tall. § 47 . fer do airgair a bitherchuiliud `a man whom his perpetual injunction has forbidden it' (of one not entitled to interest for the loan of his weapons) Laws v 420.10 (cf. Stokes on O'Dav. 512 ); or rather: a man who promises (do-airngir) his perpetual chastity. Glossed: athlaich fristongat dia pecthaib .i. dul i nailithre 'i.e. ex-laymen who renounce their sins, i.e. going on pilgrimage' UR 123 . ethech cen erchoiliud lying without restraint, reckless falsehood (?) ZCP iii 26.1 = éthech cen erchuiliud, Ériu vii 152.27 . Cf. also erchailed?, supra.

(b) a solution, a legal pronouncement, sentence: érchóiliud [ércuiled, erchailed MSS.] .i. is tré erchóiliud [erchaoiled, erchailedh MSS.] foillsighter aincesa in betha, O'Dav. 812 .

Cf. ercailud, ercaile, Laws iii 94.14 , 19 . and dligid anidhan urchailedh (urchaoladh, v.l.), Anecd. iii 14.20 .