Latin id est, Irish ed ón
Image: Idest.png
[File] Dublin, Trinity College, MS 1339 (H 2. 18, 1339) = Book of Leinster [s. xii2], p. 113b

Letter(s) displayed: <i / .i.> (base form in image, without marks, as it may appear to the untrained eye)
Represents in Irish: ed ón / eadh on (in the scribe's mind or in normalised spelling)
Represents in Latin: id est (in the scribe's mind or in normalised spelling)
Appearance
Build type: Combination
Notational device: » Baseline symbol
Component(s):
At the baseline: » Alphabetic letter(s):
> I2a.png I2b.png i (regular letter)
Represents: » i (Irish) » i (Latin) 

» Symbol(s):

> Simplesquare-with-dots.png Simplesquare-with-dots-middle.png enclosing punctus (abbreviating device)
Represents: » □() » Notational device: Baseline symbol
Meaning
Represents: » In Irish: ed ón / eadh on
» In Latin: id est

» See Rudolf Thurneysen, ‘Lat. ·|· = ir. edón’, Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie 18 (1930)

Provenance
Notational system: Tironian notes
See also
Examples in context: Examples in other contexts, if available
Entries related in meaning: Possible equivalents matching one of the values in the transcription above, if available


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