commaídid

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Last Revised: 2019

 

v (moídid) boasts (of), vaunts, triumphs (over), cele- brates: dáig in chind rochommáidset, Metr. Dinds. i 18.56 . bidh íatt Laigin chommaidhfer (leg. -t) / a bas who will boast about his death, Anecd. ii 21.z . comlann catha commaeides (rhet.), SG 251.25 . commhaidis an cenn `he exhibited the head in triumph', Caithr. CC 78 . croiceand in tuirc isa cetguine rocommaidius, TTebe 357 . in tan . . . dogéna almsain nach ascommáid = noli tuba canere ante te, PH 5946. 6047 . tug druim re gach ndobhuaidh / . . . gion go gcommaoidh though he boasts not, DDána 98.14 . See commaíded, commaídem.

In more general sense asserts: mentions : amai chomaides-som . . . is-in t-shoscela, PH 5310 . do sheacht gceathrair nar chomhmaoidh, Content. iv 44 . ?comsaigim no comáidim iat isin runn gl. consadu. Fél.² xxxi 20 .

As compd. vb. is C. conmāide / bás Conrúi, ZCP iii 41 § 1 .