coicert

Cite this: eDIL s.v. coicert or dil.ie/10058

Forms: cocart, -art, -ert, con-certa

n ā, f. Earlier cocart. Later also with a d s. -art, -ert.

(a) As vn. of con-certa act of judging, adjusting, correcting : tuailing coicerta noise ┐ breithe `competent to settle', Laws v 98.4 . fria cacairt (: primsacairt), SR 4399 . fri cacart (: sacart), 5463 . do D. . . . ro herbad coceirt a mbreth, LU 9775 . oc cocert breth P., 1300 . nirart lamatar U. a chocert immi, LL 34382 (LMU). age coiccert recht, AFM v 1654.19 .

(b) judgment, decision; correction, emendation (of text): coigeart .i. breitheamhnas, O'Cl. c.¤ .i. comcert indsin im crichaib, O'Curry 220 ( H 3.18, 117 ). in coceirt (a s.). gl. emendationem, Ml. 2a5 . cocart (in ogam), Sg. 193 (Thes. ii xxi). nad claen c.¤ coimdiu, Laws i 10.17 . ba bind mo chocert áni, LU 1303 . sechtmain fri agad bretha ┐ cocerta a cúicid (form ?) `for promulgating judgements and laws', Dinds. 18 . cocerta co feirg, RC xxvi 46 § 238 . dirghe a breth ┐ a choiccert, Hugh Roe² 274.23 . comhtrom a coiccertaibh `impartial in all his decisions', AFM vi 2236.5 .

See coicertad.