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bróc

Cite this: eDIL s.v. bróc or dil.ie/6885

Forms: bróg, brócc, -braici, bróga

n ā, f. (ON or OE loanword, see Éigse iii 237 ff ., Jn. Celt. Stud. i 47 ff ., KZ xxx 81 ff .). bróg lebhar, f., IGT Decl. § 172. shoe, sandal; greave (?); pl. greaves, leggings, (long) hose, breeches (?): broc a braca .i. cumbair ētag, unde braccille, O'Mulc. 165. asana cen broicc etaig no letha[i]r imme, Laud 610, 25d (cited Plummer MS. notes). eturru ┐ a brog `between his foot and his shoe', Laws i 300.23 Comm. brócc gl. sutolar (cf. subtalares, shoes, Du Cange), Ir. Gl. 1033. iallachrann .i. bróga, Eg. Gl. 409. eochra .i. broga leggings (?), O'Dav. 814. ochra .i. bróga, O'Cl. dí bróig sandals (?), BDD² 844. broca credumai impu, LL 33127 (Fraech 32). bróca brecca bernacha leo (worn by the Magi), Todd Lect. vi 60.4 . nighfid a mbróga na tigh i.e. they will take possession, SG 70.24 , cf. gurab iat féin benfus a mbróga díob in bar tighib, 78.21 . lán a bhróicce d'aircett `one of his shoes full of silver' (as a due), BNnÉ 257 § 216 . cos guna broig, RC xii 352.2 . da bróice imbe di croicinn capoill, Harl. 5280, 66b (cited Contribb. 264 ). lethéill ( a s.) a bróci one shoe-strap , MacCongl. 47.9 . iall letbroici (-braigi, -braici, v.ll.), IT iii 81 § 59. a bróg no a lamann, O'Curry 2427 ( Eg. 88, 33d ). broc choel do chorrgubul gabair `a slender shoe of goatskin', O'Dav. 366. an té ar a bhfuil a bhróg scaóilte = shoe, Deuteronomy xxv 10. le trilsibh bróg mban, DDána 119.21 . go bhfuair Deirdre ag dul 'na brógaibh, Dánta Gr. 7.14 . bróga = shoes , RSClára 6b . ó bhórdaibh a bróg mbreac go féith a dlaoi, Keat. Poems 115. (horse)shoe: sdéad seang ar bharraibh a bróg, DDána 106.10 . bróg eich, IGT Verbs ex. 730. broga im na gabraib `ties of leather for the goats' (` hobbles ', Plummer MS. notes), Laws iv 86.2 Comm. pn In nickname: clann Briain na broige, Hy Fiach. 90.2 .

Compds. dá dheigheach bhreagh bhróiggeal, O'Hara 4095. an fear bróigthiogh `thick-clogged fellow' (Notes), Bard. Synt. Tr. 22 § 214.15 , IGT Verbs ex. 838.

See límad, berrbróc, fúathróc.

1 étach

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Forms: n-étach, éitach, n-etach, etach, etag, t-etach, n-etach, étach, etach, ætach, ǽitach, etuch, educh, édach, étach, etaig, n-étaigib, ǽitich, ǽtig, etaig, étai, eúdaig, étuch, educh, etaige, étaige, edaigh, éduighe, éuduigh, etaigi, étaigi, étaige, étdaige, éuduigh, étaigib, édaigi, étach, ettaighedh, édach

o (pl. genly. s), n. later m. (vn. of in-tuigethar; cf. O'Mulc. 462 ). n s. a n-étach , Tur. 87.71 . éitach Wb. 29a11 . in n-etach , PH 8162.8165 . etach (n-), Mon. Tall. § 86 . etag , Ériu ii 222.20 . in t-etach , Laws i 136.19 Comm. a s. a n-etach...sa, Wb. 27b16 . étach, 18a10 . etach, SR 1555 . ætach, Wb. 32c11 . ǽitach, 24d14 . d s. etuch, Ml. 90d3 . educh, ZCP iii 227.27 (v.l. édach YBL). étach, TBC-LL¹ 45 . PH 470 . ar a etaig , TBC-LL¹ 5274 (= tara etach, TBC-I¹ 3213 ) is probably corrupt, and for i nétaig (mogad), LL 16b41 we should evidently read i n-étaigib which occurs just below. g s. ǽitich, Wb. 29b13 . ǽtig, 12b3 . ind etaig , Ml. 144c7 . étai, Todd Lect. v 83.16 . eúdaig, Matthew ix 20 . n du. da étuch , da educh , Laws ii 148.9 Comm. n p. etaige, LU 85a26 = BDD 51 . étaige TBC-LL¹ 4381 . PH 1039 . edaigh, Fl. Earls 254.8 . éduighe, Exodus xviii 4 . éuduigh, Rev. iv 4 . a p. etaigi, TBC-I¹ 3143 . étaigi, LL 244b12 . PH 3160 . étaige, 4379 . étdaige, 4873 . éuduigh, Gen. xxxv. 2 . d p. étaigib, FA 27 . PH 2001 . LL 16b42 . édaigi, Fl. Earls 48.17 . g p. étach, LL 238b 40 = TTr. 1627 . ettaighedh, BNnÉ 51.1 .

A covering, raiment, clothing, a garment: etach arindi intugadar, O'Mulc. 462 . édach (gl. indumentum) Ir. Gl. 757 . airndib ecmailt á n-étach ┐ a mbiad...inna ní prithchite, Tur. 71 . ní tormult far mbíad no for n-étach, Wb. 18a10 . biad do bocht...étach do nocht, PH 6000 . a n-étach sacaird (gl. ephoth) Tur. 87 . roben a etach epscoip de, PH 2453 . gaibid immib a n-etach...sa, Wb. 27b16 . brachtrad a braca .i. etach cumair, O'Mulc. 127 ( cumbair etag , 165 ). cia nogaba in n-étach sin imut, PH 8186.3295 . amal foceirt nech a ætach de, Wb. 32c11 . rofádbud Ísu o étach .i. inar corccra, PH 2853 . étaige allmarda ingantacha impo, TBC-LL¹ 4381 . 5257 . mac in airiuch desa, dath fo leth a eduigh cach lae .i. foru brut no foru inur ┐ da etuch dathu uime dia domhnuigh, Laws ii 148.6 Comm. da dath i n-étaigib aithech tri datha i n-etuch...oclach, LL 16b41 . cor gabus bend etaig Ísu, PH 2792 . imeal a eúdaigh, Matthew ix 20 . a n-edaighi do meleuent buidi, Fl. Earls 254.8 . gur fhág sé an t-édach 'na láimh, Gen. xxxix 13 . etach reilge `burial clothes' [?] Laws v 432.14 (of the clothes discarded from the deceased? Cf. 433 n. b ). In wider sense, a covering, cloth, stuff: fo édach na rígna (of a bed), Ériu v 166.51 ; ib. 55 . di lepaid-si cona hētach dōib etir colcaid occus brothraig, MacCongl. 115.30 . do thogaibh B. a cenn ona édach (pillow ? coverlet ?) ZCP vi 278.27 . rocóirged bruidin...go n-édaighib examla drapery, hangings Fianaig. 70.31 . ri immad étaig...ṡirecda LL 238b41 = TTr. 1628 . an t-éudach 'the curtaine' Ériu xv Supplement 48 . édach lin linen cloth YBL 356a 27 . Rosa Angl. PH 470 . cirmaire .i. cirait na hetaidi, O'Curry 2131 .

Cf. mor d'étuch a imthimchell (of Goliath) SR 5754 .

etag

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n etag ┐ iath anmann fethal la gentiu, ut dicitur: [do-tong] dar an iath-sæ ┐ an etag , O'Mulc. 469 .

fethal

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fethal or dil.ie/21831

Forms: f., fethail

n o, m. acc. to Vendryes, RC xxix 204 `that which indicates' (√ uet- ` declare '), hence

(a) a characteristic badge or emblem (of office or class), insignia (used both of dress and ornaments): e fethol .i. a n-étach sacaird (gl. ephoth) Tur. 87 . f.¤ līnda imbi (of a herald) TBC-I¹ 1112 . f.¤ maith an airdrigh tar cend a tuaithi (gl. on: sēt cacha mārflatha, as a pledge), Laws v 244.22 Comm. f.¤ connduala (distinctive appurtenance of a chief's wife) 384.24 ; expld. by: fethal comdala ... nó ... eccusc comduala .i. in merge no in brat sída no in rinde, O'Dav. 992 , but see next ex.

(b) a device or ornament on a shield: sceith co fethul chonduala, LL 248b3 ( TBFr. 39 ). sce[i]th co fethluib conndualae ┐ con n-imlib findruini, IT iii 239.139 .

(c) a halidom , an object regarded as sacred, and sometimes used for swearing on; in Christian lit. esp. of the appurtenances of Divine service . f.¤ .i. cumdach comartha nó minn, ut est imdénatsom la fethla `f.¤ i.e. a shrine or mark, or relic, ut est, they prove with relics' O'Dav. 899 . fetal cach cumtach, Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 209 . cūic prīmfethail cecha ec(ol)sa ... bachall ┐ menistir ┐ cros ┐ cloc ┐ catur (.i. soiscela), Trip. xxi . soire ecalsi Dé ... cona fethlaib, Cáin Ad. 34 . sechip f.¤ foa tosar a ndubethech any emblem on which a down-right perjury is sworn Ériu vii 156 § 15 . f.¤ na feart (of a bell), Fen. 236.18 . le cois na ffethal ffertach with the wonder-working insignia (of St. Maedóc's halidoms) BNnÉ 246.10 . is deside rocumtaigit scrína ┐ [ḟ]ethla náem hErenn, LL 274a7 . scrín Mancháin do cumhdach ... feibh as deach ro cumhdaighedh feathal a nErinn, AFM ii 1156.13 . crand do chor a fethlaib `casting lots out of reliquaries' IT iii 192.5 (= chalices ? Cf. dobertar na crunna i cailech for altōir, Cáin Ad. 46 ). Of pagan halidoms used in attestation : etag ┐ iath anmann fethal la gentiu, ut dicitur: dar an iath-sae ..., O'Mulc. 469 . Fig. of a person: ba he ... an f.¤ coisrecctha an righ nemdha dognídh sídh ... eter Dia ┐ duine (of St. Barre) BNnÉ 20.22 (cf. Lism. L. 2463 where same expression is used of Senán and the word f. is glossed `mincúis'). f.¤ co faebraighi (of Christ) ZCP viii 203.26 . cartait glonn fri f.¤ find, AFM ii 590.10 (poem), where f.¤ seems to refer to the bishop Mael Maedoc.

(d) a valuable drinking-horn or cup (B. na f. ? Cf. IT iii 192.5 above) : f.¤ .i. corn cumdaigh argoid, Corm. Y 653 . O'Cl. (feathal). is he f.¤ luigid (= luigi ?) sil Eogain .i. bernan Emin, Irish Texts iii 2.11 (probably a bell, see bernán). na tri feathla is deach do boi a nEalga, ZCP viii 103.1 (B. na f.) = na tri cuirn, Ériu ii 186.19 . Cf. f.¤ .i. comdus (= comadas ?) ind dail, O'Mulc. 596 = Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 209 .

(e) distinctive shape or appearance, aspect, likeness: feuthal .i. eugasg, Corm. Y 669 . feathal .i. éccosc no cuma, O'Cl. gó go ffeathol ffior ┐ fior go bḟethal ngua, Ériu xiii 14.20 . f.¤ ferda, TBC-LL¹ 5741 . fethol chuid Ailline, RC xiii 222.43 (B. na f.) = delb cinn A., MS. Mat. 473 . biaid i fethol cech míl he will assume the form of every animal Imr. Brain § 53 . cidh deghnie drochfethol? ol sé `what makes thee look so ill ?' RC xii 64.15 (leg. -féth; -ol being due to dittography ? Cf. 5 féth). finnḟethal frestal `attendance of bright appearance' (of angels) ACC 22 ( RC xx 166 ). Cf. also: Foibne, feochair in f.¤ 'fierce of feature' Metr. Dinds. iv 86y . goiridh Sesar Cruithnigh .i. picti, do Brethnuibh do cuiredh aighidh fedil do bhód ┐ do bhadar orra (= Caesar calls the Britons picti because they tattooed their faces with woad and madder) 24 N 2, 162 = Todd, Todd Nenn. vi 4 (Dubháltach Mac Fir Bhisigh). If `fedil' = fethail (or fethal, g p.) it applies to the figures of animals, etc., mentioned in the previous sentence.

? fossaid

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Forms: fosad

v past subj. 3 s. ni aire em nat fosad som fri cech n-ētag ceni betis līga uime, acht, etc., Corm. Y 799 (= fóssad LB, Thr. Ir. Gl. 26 ). Possibly this form should be referred to fo-sisedar, q.v.).

2 íath

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n a bell?: i.¤ ainm do chlug cona ḟáeid `Iath is a name for a bell with its voice,' Thr. Ir. Gl. 6.21 . i.¤ ainm do chluc is a faidh, O'Curry 1335 (< H 3.18, p. 611a ). `iat[h]' cloc ocus `iath' cochall, Metr. Gl. 3.8 .

a halidom ?; insignia ?: etag ┐ i.¤ anmann fethal la gentiu, ut dicitur: [do tong] dar an i.¤-sae ┐ an etag , O'Mulc. 469. `ettech' ┐ `iat' anmann fethal la gentiu, unde dicitur dotong darsna hiata-sa I swear by these reliquaries, O'Curry 144 (< H 3.18, p. 81 ). í.¤ mind ┐ í.¤ ferand, LU 529 (ACC). See mind and fethal. But cf. `áoth' minn, ocus `í.¤' ferann, Metr. Gl. 9 § 4 , and aoth `a bell,' aoth `a crown,' O'R. Cf. 4 eó.

legam

Cite this: eDIL s.v. legam or dil.ie/29747

n (orig. n? Cf. legamnach and lémann), m. (cf. 1 legaid, see Meyer, Misc. Hib. vi 33 ) (grub of) clothes-moth: l.¤ .i. ligem .i. don lige ligess in t-ētag , Corm. Y 799 (in e., v.l.). at legaim ar lenamain (of women), Tec. Corm. § 16.118 (`rather suggests the meaning leech', Plummer MS. notes). nach gell imchnae bas no meirge, no luch no legheam, ní hingill, O'D. 711 ( H 3.17, col. 519 ). luch .i. in biadh. legheamh .i. in t-étach, ibid. otracht (leg. ottrach?) sódh an leaghaidh, Hard. ii 406.14 (proverbial saying).