1 cráebach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 cráebach or dil.ie/12708

adj o, ā (cráeb) having branches, branchy : asna coilltib cræbacha `branching woods', TTebe 1479 . Of hair branching, in locks, tressed: folt dond craaebach (sic) fair, LU 5635 . nói monga cráebacha cassa foraib, 7633 (BDD). Of territory: a Cruachain chróebaig ` woody ', Metr. Dinds. iii 272.37 . Cúalnge cráibach, 26.22 . cúan cróebach lethan nal-long ` winding ', 168.3 . ó Charmun na cúan cróebach, 12.147 (see n.). sa bhfearann mhín chraobhach, DDána 41.13 ( IGT Decl. ex. 1245 ). Note further: i crislaigib na cath craebach cummaidi in phalanxes(?), LL 32463 ( TTr. 1659 ). sciath cráebach corcarderg arabesqued, Acall. 6022 . clár ball gcraobhach ós a cionn (of castle), DDána 119. 28 . at cotún craobhach, 98.20 .

?As subst.: nuithlech iar toud, craibech, Laws v 260.2 .i. in bo blegar frisin craoib, 8 Comm. As n. pr. m. Craobhach a Carn Chuip, ML 90.3 . As n. loc. ā, f., see Hog. Onom.