comarbus

Cite this: eDIL s.v. comarbus or dil.ie/10742

Forms: comorbaise

n u, later o, m. Cf. g s. comorbaise, ZCP vii 307.22 . (comarbbae). inheritance, heritage, patrimony; succession, heirship : ni gebat in c.¤ hóre nandat filii promisionis `inheritance', Wb. 4c8 . gaibid c.¤ for n-athar `succession', 9a14 . ná[d] roga(i)b seilb ná c.¤ ria sin (i.e. before the age of seventeen. Of the fer midboth), Críth G. 36 . hi c.¤ bóairech succeeding to a `bóaire', 147 . a comorbus cenn congaibther comaithches a comrainn selbha athar ar lin mac, O'Curry 23 ( H 3.18, 10b ). can forbeir coimaithches? a il-c.¤ (i.e. from a multiplicity of heirs), Laws iv 68.19 . do ingin im comorbus a mathar, i 146.y . cach fine iar c.¤, cach c.¤ iar cintaib, . . . cach c.¤ co sid, ACL iii 228. 64 - 68 . causa comparpsa dut cheniul, Trip.² 1593 (`for sake of thy tribe's heritage', Trip. 138.13 ). rofitir combad i lLaignib no beth a ch.¤ (i.e. the property which he would leave), LU 3141 . liter re cach (leg. cáid) c.¤ , MR 90.1 (see 1 cáid, comarbai s.v. comarb(b)ae). nibu mīcād c.¤ / Crimthan, Corp. Gen. 2.27 . caīn Cathāer (Cathaīr, v.l.) c.¤ , 56.31 . a ch.¤ huili etir iri ┐ indile, Rawl. 73a21 . facbaid a chomorbus oc siair tharisi do, PH 942 . d'ēis athar san chomhfhorbas, Ériu xix 96 § 13 . caislein . . . ┐ cathaoire comhorbais `hereditary seats', AFM v 1798.x .

Specifically of ecclesiastical succession: bid é gebus mo chomorbus tar m'éisi (Ciarán), Fél. 50.3 Comm. Ferdomnach i c.¤ C. C., AU i 518.9 . Cend Faelad . . . do gabail chomarbuis Brénaind, Ann. Inisf. 1082.3 . S. Grigoir . . . a gcomharbus Pedair (i.e. was Pope), AFM i 214.8 . G. . . . do athchur a chomharbais uadha `abbacy', iii 112.18 .