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anmothaig(th)ech insensible
arthraig(th)ech apparent, evident
bréinc(h)ech rotten, withered
bruin(n)ech expld. as mother; big-bellied, pregnant, also a mother, nurse
cláechlaigt(h)ech trans- mutative, alterative
coib(f)innt(ech)us agreement; relationship
coilín(ech) husbandman, farmer
crólinn(t)ech bloody, gory; dripping with blood
doig(th)ech coll. sharp pains, pangs
ech A horse (incl. mare or gelding) genly. of chariot or saddle-horse,; the stallion; baggage-horse; an unbroken horse; a British (Welsh) horse; a winning horse; wooden horse; riding-horse; a water- horse (a goblin); crocodiles (?); horse-boy, groom (?); white of steeds, having white steeds; horse-mouth, horse-lipped; horse-headed; stallion; centaur, horse-mongrel; of swift steeds; horsecloth; rod, horsewhip; mounted on, or possessing swift steeds; tameness of steeds; great in steeds, rich in steeds; plant name, horse-clover; bridle; horse-thief; a horse-contest, horse-race
2 ech pure (?); horseman
foléim(m)ech leaping, prancing
loisct(h)ech burning, fiery, scorching; flaming; fiery, ardent
muim(m)ech A nurse, fostermother
Spáin(n)ech Spanish
tairp(th)ech Strong, violent, vigorous, impetuous etc.; haughtily (?)
1 traig(th)ech coll. feet (frequ. of the pierced feet of Christ)
tubais(t)ech accidental , unfortunate, unlucky; deplorably