condall

Cite this: eDIL s.v. condall or dil.ie/12056
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: connall, connall, connall

n o (Lat. cannula, Contribb. 476 ) connall m., IGT Decl. § 11 (54.7) . stalk, stubble, aftermath : connall gl. stipulam, Sg. 66b22 (cf. Auraic. 1701 ). condla / c.¤ ndaith `bluebells, quick-growing rushes', K. and H. 22 . tria c.¤ fand fērach, Corm. Y 944 . co toib tri coinnliu 'until she reaps three [growths of corn-]stalks', Ériu lvii 156 (cf. 155 n. 3) isin ch.¤ , Ériu v 116.40 = connall, YBL 213a14 . a lasair dimbuan amal c.¤ , PH 2426 . ba deacmaic don connall a ioth d'iomfulang the stalk could hardly support the grain, AFM i 56.11 . fásaidh an colg 's an connall, Aithd. D. 49.28 = 'sa chonnoll, IGT Decl. ex. 369 . finnlúascach, lí súla, i mbí ina condull '[corn] brightly swaying, a pleasure to the eye, when it stands on its stalk', Éigse xxxvii 77 § 5 .

? Legal (cf. connlán): condull coechdach . . . [.i.] cuic coecait itir cach da gelfine, O'D. 1592 (H 5.15, 8b). c.¤ coegatach (sic leg.) is trichat do bliadhna . . . .i. cuig coegat itir gach dá geilfine, 756 ( H 3.17, 545 ). geilt fir tri c.¤ .i. isedh is leis in fer bis ac fogeilt in ferainn, ac buain a caen nduille de, re ré trír, a tuinide do beith aice, O'Curry 419 ( H 3.18, 229b - 30a ).