u,m. vn. of 2 achtaigid, echtaigid act of stipulating, making a condition; stipulation, condition
madh ro hachtaiged cinne airithe hecnairce ann, acht madh ro gabad an t-achtugad sin 'if a particular kind of ...prayer was stipulated and that that which was agreed upon has been recited',
Laws v 212.13
is achtugadh ro achtaighestur [leg. achtaighsetur ?]...na hicfaidis a cinuidh 'there was a stipulation...that they would not pay for his crimes',
Laws ii 170-176
co n-eachtugud erce ann fo cetoir,
Cóic Con. 34 § 38
da raib a.¤ orra is a nic amlaidh,
Laws iii 152.16 Comm.
ma ta a.¤ airithe air eturru `if there be a particular stipulation respecting it between them',
┐ a.¤ ice uil and,
ii 374.25 Comm.
mas achtudh a coraib bel is a beth ar [in] achtudh sin,
v 188.28 Comm.
in clann ro rine rias in achtugadh `the children whom he begot before the stipulation',
iii 309.24 Comm.