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bol

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n expld. as poet(ry): b., .i. ēiges; buil a rēim, Corm. Y 194. b.¤ .i. éigsi no eicceas, O'Cl. ? b.¤ a polcro, quia non pulcer, sed polcer antici dicebant , O'Mulc. 164. ? fri arnadain don dedeilb deim/ baigthius a baile mb.¤ , BB 308a45 . See bal.

cáinte

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n io, m. (cf. cáinid) satirist, lampooner : cāinte a caine .i. cainis .i. cū, ar is cend con forsin cāinti, Corm. Y 222 = Cóir Anm. 240 . baili Gulidi in cainti ba geriu . . . bai i n-Hériu, Hib. Min. 65.3 . rand don æir darónsat na cainti, Fél.² lxxxvii 20 . mad os dorus congair cainti . . . tic ann (of prognostications from raven), Ériu viii 121.28 . tuc dam-sa do gai or in cánte (to Cú Chulainn), LU 5806 (TBC). comeas caínte / am chainte gaeth, BB 39b50 = cāinté im gaí cainte gaithe, LL 1570 . Legal: mac rindile .i. mac . . . in cainti, Laws v 204.10 Comm. druith na cainti, i 130.22 Comm. (`female scolds'). luigi fir go nurslugad craois .i. in cainti, O'Curry 2597 ( Eg. 88, 50(51)d ). ni ba ráith friot éiges, na bárd na c.¤ , Ériu xiii 29.6 . lethcerd, bard, cainnti, 29.16 . drui dibergad c.¤ , BCrólige 51 .i. in drisiuc. fuirseoiri, ┐ caintedha . . . ┐ obloiri (of carousing company), TFrag. 24.6 . mna aupthacha ┐ cánti, LU 2191 ( FA 27 ). drúith ┐ gobaind ┐ cáinti (forbidden to travel or receive payment on Sunday), Ériu ii 208 § 31 . Prov. táir a bhú clann gach cáinti, O'R. Poems 259 `the family of every poet gets his wealth', Notes. Of specific persons: Luchdond cainte fail i nEmain Macha, LU 6926 . Lug . . . Cridhenbel . . . ┐ Casmael na tri cainte, Leb. Gab.(i) 154.3 . Araide Bibre in c.¤ de Mumnechaib, Corp. Gen. 425.13 = SG ii 470.16 .

In n. loc. Cross na C.¤ , Fél. 446 . In surname Ó'n Cháinte, see DDána 624 . See 1 ben compds.

1 ces

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Forms: ceiss, ces(s), ceis, chiss, ces(s)a

n debility, state of inertia; sickness (see Ó Broin, Éigse xii 109 ). ? n s. ceiss, Metr. Dinds. iii 382.23 . a d s. ces(s), less freq. ceis. a s. chiss, RC xiii 7.14 . g s. and n a p. ces(s)a. (In etymol. gl.) na n-eiges .i. na nai gan ches .i. na bhfiled, Auraic. 2264 . ar conscescing in cess for intí nod goin, LU 4960 . cess ┐ cotlud inna soilse ┐ inna torudh `the trance', Ériu ii 98 § 2 . inmain tríar na tarraill cess, LL 38777 . ar iss é focren cach ceas `for 'tis He who rewards every affliction', BColm. 98.29 . rí nimhe cabhrus cach c.¤ , SG 29.20 . i mian ceasa `consumed with wasting desire', O'Hara 3265 . dos-cuiredar i cess ┐ suan `they fall into sadness and sleep', Ériu ii 112 § 35 . flaith nime ┐ aingil fos-cichred i cess connach taidbsitis in nach airm, 142 § 152 . dobeir na catha i cess `which brings debility on hosts', ix 50 § 37 . condomdersaig as mo chess / erchor maic C. eíces `from my lethargy', RC xiii 466.1 . i gceas, Keat. Poems 539 . dom chor i gceas, TSh. 7603 . gel a sethna[ch] fairc fo cess / imman fethlach fithrech mairc, O'Mulc. 595 . nīs coirset cesa, ZCP viii 110.28 . bídh [in muir] a súan ┐ a ceas Dé domnaigh ┐ ní gluaisinn gáeth, RC xxiv 373.20 . atorcradar sochaidi díbh annsin i cessaibh ┐ i crólighibh ┐ i crislaighibh a long fein, CCath. 1999 . ? is Cú Chulaind mo chéle ní cú ches, LU 8336 . d'arconaib ces nad chel / tairr la tír i tairthither, LL 1765 . giaras facaib Cú gan chess, 8233 .

Freq. of the noínden of the Ulaid in TBC, etc., see noínden, oítiu and Ó Broin, Éigse x 286 . Note further: intan do fil Ultu asa c.¤ chucut, LU 6204 . slúaig Ulad . . . iar cur a cessa díb, LL 14097 . bátar Ulaid 'na ceis, RC xv 465.12 . assa cessaib, LU 5621 . Fig. beid san chríchse i gceas naoidhean `in weakness of travail', TD 20.27 . Of hair: ealta chuach i gceas naoidhean in soft curls, Dánta Gr. 17.2 .

With qual. gen. dos-curidar i cess marbhdhatad ind aimsir gaimrid `a trance of deadness', Ériu ii 128 § 91 . cess chinn, BColm. 22.20 . i gceas dimbhríogha, DDána 79.30 . ód cheas cumadh, Measgra D. 60.21 . i gceas imshníomha, 56.64 . fā cheas bróin, O'R. Poems 2893 . In chevilles: moid can c.¤ an effective vow, BNnÉ 256 § 214 . fosfúair is tulaig cen cheas / i farrad Meda anoirr deas, Ériu iv 158.3 . gan cheis, Duan. F. ii 242 § 11 . cen cesa, Reeves Ad. 286.15 . cen chessa, Auraic. 2225 .

éices

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Forms: éces, éice, t-eigess, écis, éicis, ecis, eiciss, eceis, eceis, ecis, egsi, éigse, éicsiu, ecsiu, éicse, éicseo, éigse, heicsiu, hexe, hexi, heicsi, hécseo, éces, eges, éigeas, eicsi, écsib, eixibh, éigsibh

n o, m. n s. éces, éice, Corm. Bodl. s. lethech . in t-eigess , Corm. Y p. 90.25 . g s. ind écis , Metr. Dinds. i 50.67 . ind éicis , Corm. Bodl. s. lethech . n p. ind ecis , Corm. Y, p. 91.7 . ind eiciss , p. ix 27 . and eceis, p. x 22 . an eceis , Dinds. 64 (v.l. in ecis BB. in egsi , Lec.). éigse TD 8.16 (but this may be collect.; cf. éicse). v p. a éicsiu hÉrenn, Ériu vii 220.10 . a ecsiu Fail, ZCP viii 105 y . a éicse Banbha, Metr. Dinds. iv 316.19 . a éicseo (: so) 316 z . a éigse , Keat. ii 1641 . a p. inna heicsiu , Corm. Y p. 93.2 (= inna hexe , p. x 14 . na hexi , p. xv 27 , inna heicsi , Bodl.). lasna hécseo , Metr. Dinds. iii 146.12 . g p. éces LL 128a1 = MacCarthy 166 . eges, Corm. Y p. 91.3 (= écces, p. viii z ). éigeas, TD 3.10 . d p. eicsi, Auraic. 2120 . écsib, Metr. Dinds. iii 104.9 . eixibh, ZCP viii 109.23 . éigsibh, TD 11.15 .

The word may be cognate with (do)-écci, and the original meaning is probably seer (see éicse), but though this would suit the context in many exx. it is commonest in the general sense of scholar, learned man, sage, poet ; often used as an equivalent of fili , but the latter is (in Middle and later Irish, at least) a more specialized term: eces .i. ecmacht-ces .i. ecmacht a ches d[o] airiuc i cetheora rannaib fis filidechta, Corm. Y 538 . fofuair clocenn ind oirci ┐ dobert hi ceist dond filid...tethnæ iarum in t-éces tre tenm laido conepert cáin, etc. cend moga heime inso, Corm. Bodl. s. Mugeme . eraicept na n-eiges (.i. na n-ai gan ches .i. na bfiled), Auraic. 2260 - 3 . la heigius .i. filid, 2794 . drecht d'écsib... cardáis tractad cech cetail, Metr. Dinds. iii 104.9 . laidh... is dir...d'éicsib ocus d'ḟileadaibh d'aisneis, MR 92.4 . éices ocus filid in rig .i. Dub Diad Drai a ainmside, MR 46.5 . écess óenmná `a sibyl' Ériu iv 100 . an t-eigeas, ML 22.13 = an draoi, 20.23 . an t-ord éigius `the bardic order' Ériu ix 164 § 14 . Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919, 92 § 5 . Studies 1925, 403 . is iomdha leabhar sgríobhtha síos ag éigsibh ar éachtaibh Ḟinn..., Oss. iv 272 .

Of a member of a bardic retinue: in t-eigess di muinthir Senchain, Corm. Y p. 90.25 s. prull (= intecsine, Bodl.). coíca écces a líon cenmotha eixíni, Corm. Y viii z . ni ruc (Senchán) co Guaire acht tri chaegad éceas agus tri chaegad eicsín, Oss. v 38.6 .

As title after npr.: Senc[h]an eices hErenn uili, Corm. Y p. x 16 (= eges, p. 93.3 ). Seanc[h]an eiceas, file agus primhollamh Con[n]acht, Oss. v 32.9 . Torna éces, LU 38a22 . YBL 188b8 . do réir Thorna Éigeas, Keat. ii 5462 .

COMPDS. (a) éices-mac: in t-éigess-mac | dá ngoirthí Daighre Dúanach, Duan. F. p. 10 x . (b) éicsfili: budh iomdha...éigsḟilidh dá riar, Ó Héodhusa, Ir. Monthly 1920, 651 .

2 íarraid

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Forms: iarri, iarai, íarrair, ierras, n-iarrthar, n-íarthair, n-iarrair, iairrmid, ierroit, iartur, íarr, iarra-su, iarrtha, iarrthar

v ā (íarar) indic. pres. s. 2 iarri, Aen. 1653. iarai, RC xliii 22 § 21. má íarrair , Proverbs ii 4. rel. ierras, TBC-LL¹ p. 229 n. 1 . pass. fá n-iarrthar , TSh. 6123. le n-íarthair , IGT Decl. ex. 912. fá n-iarrair , Dán Dé xix 22. pl. 1 ni iairrmid , Luc. Fid. 197.6 . pl. 3 ierroit, Fl. Earls 12.2 . pass. iartur, Rosa Angl. 126.19 . ipv. s. 2 íarr, Mark vi 22. pres. subj. (jussive) s. 2 iarra-su, TBC-LL¹ 495. Arch. Hib. ii 95 § 36. verb. necess. iarrtha, Content. v 160. Dánta Gr. 63.36 . See íarartha.

(a) asks for, demands, summons, seeks (to get), searches for, attempts : ni ascid anacail ... iarraim-se fort `nicht eine Bitte um Gnade ist, was ich von dir verlange,' TBC-LL¹ 2309. iarfat-sa sossad catha forthu-sum, CRR § 11. iarfus céili a n-Esbāin, ML² 528. iarra-su nech n-aill `suche du Jemand Anderes,' TBC-LL¹ 495. ? nam iarrair (gl. .i. nan tiagar) cosin nalaide cúlaid, LU 5500. seachnam Ifreann iarram neamh `let us avoid Hell and seek Heaven,' A. Ó Dálaigh xliv 8. iarr tuille air sin `seek more on that subject,' Laws iv 268.5 . do iarr ar Coinculainn liaigh da leghios, TBC-LL¹ p. 607 n. 1 . dobertar dib inní iarthai, Fél. 204.9 . sídh Eirionnaigh ní híarthuir `peace is sought with no Irishman,' Studies 1919, 258 § 18 . créad fá n-iarrthar libh an bhréag ? `quid ... quaeritis mendacium,' TSh. 604. ní iarrann uaigneas he does not seek solitude, Keat. Poems 1454. mairg iarrus iomlaoid cáinte `that seeks bandying of abuse,' O'Gr. Cat. 462 § 106. na gaoi lé n-iarrthaoi mh'amos `with which you would attack me,' Content. viii 18. do iarr in t-ēiges cairdi trī lā, `asked three days' grace', ML² 299. rainn chomhthrom ní hiarrtha d'fhior | idir shóisear is shinnsear `no one could expect an equal division ...,' Content. v 160. ná hiarrthar ar n-urraim-ne `ask not submission from us,' ix 4 . roiaradur na techta leo é acenn in rígh asked him to come with them ..., ZCP vi 278.26 . do iarr Dā Drona draī chuigi summoned D.D. to him, ML² 493. is e luach roiar[r]ustar in saer ar denumh in curuigh `which the wright asked,' RC xiv 38.6 . íarraid co demands of : iarraidh Cairbre chucha a n-enech nó a n-anam `C. demands of them their honour or their lives,' Geneal. Tracts i 104.20 . iarraid re = (fri) asks of : ro iaradar na fomoraigh comosadh na haidhchi sin re hErcuil `asked H. for a truce for that night,' Stair Erc. 1875. Passive followed by ō of the person asking : ní maoin oile iarrthar uaidh he asks no other treasure, DDána 13 § 4. níor hiarradh troid uatha ar ḟear they demanded combat of no man, Content. xxviii 53.

(b) searches : iarrais an uile dhomhan `searched the whole world,' TD 20 § 40.

(c) needs, requires : iarraidh sé do réir nádúire bheith críochnuighthe uair éigin `must needs be ended,' TSh. 3154. iartur moran cum leighis na cuisi so `much is needed,' Rosa Angl. 138.19 . creud é an ní hiarrthar chum an bhaisdidh do dheunamh ? `what is requisite for,' Donlevy 230.6 . ni hiarrthar ionnsdrumaint dochum a déunta, Parrth. Anma 62.5 . na boill ele iartur cum in cuirp do beith co maith `that are required,' Rosa Angl. 126.19 .

súgrad

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Forms: sugradh

n (with unlen. -g-) o and u, m. (cf. súcach?) act of playing; diversion, sport, mirth : sugradh, IGT Decl. § 49 . scuirid se d'a sh.¤ uair ni-s-fil s.¤ bail a mbiat, PH 7668 . do éirgheadar súas do shúgradh, Exodus xxxii 6 = chum súgartha, 1 Corinth. x 7 . a menmannaibh na macaomh do bíodh ag cluithe, ┐ ag sugradh ris, Mart. Don. 162.4 . ag súgradh ria (i.e. a cat with a mouse), TSh. 2346 . ag súgradh ré na mhnáoi, Gen. xxvi 8 . ar an súgradh-so na bhfíornaomh `banter', Keat. iii 1136 . ar dtreabhlaid fa súgradh sáimh our (other) trouble was mere sport (i.e. compared to the illness of the subject of the poem), DDána 79.6 . With dogní: do dhéandaois daoine súgradh | . . . | fa ghlár . . . an fhileadh, Content. xxv 3 . mar a ndéunuid uile bheathuigh an mhacaire súgradh, Job xl 20 . goiridh ar Shamson go ndéna sé súgradh dhúinn, Judges xvi 25 . With prep. AR: Sean Cam Ó Sechnasaigh do marbhadh . . . ar sugradh ar faithche C. `while playing', AFM iv 796.10 . Conn . . . do mharbhadh . . . tre urchor cuaille tucc sé ar succradh ar an iarla `in jest, in sport', 1190.3 . nach a súgradh atáim? Proverbs xxvi 19 . ní cluiche sugartha sin, | buime éiges guirt Ghaoidhil, L. Cl. A. B. 243.14 . a naimsir shugartha, Ó Héodhusa 149.15 . gach gné shúgartha . . . .i. sgéuluídheacht, etc., Parrth. Anma 30.14 . guth an tsúgartha, Jerem. xvi 9 . 'nar ghlacuis briathra an sgrioptúir . . . a ccúis shúgartha as a subject for jest, Mac Aingil 281.12 . ag ithe ┐ ag ól ┐ ag dénamh súg[r]aidh, 1 Kings iv 20 .